Friday, July 27, 2007

Ground beam engineering design

Whether you are contemplating a simple beam structure or a vast industrial complex, the design must include adequate safety measures. All this must be calculated within the design drawings long before the first actual work is done on the location. Once the plans have been double-checked, the process goes toward acquiring all the proper application approvals from the Local Authority and the Planning and Building Commission. Here the plans and calculations for the building's structural engineering are reviewed once more to assure no potential dangers have been overlooked.
On 10th July, the ground floor beams were marking onto the lines. At this stage, I had to concentrate on the right dimensions of all beams especially at the front part of the house that kitchen and toilet were located . This was the last chance to review all first floor plan before concrete works would begin.
One must start with a comprehensive survey of the land. It must be investigated for any possible sinks or difficult to remove buried items. Plans must be made for where and how the various utility and sewer lines will connect the building with the rest of the system and the roads or access ways must be planned.

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