Structural Analysis & Design
Compusoft Engineering provides structural engineering design services for the residential, commercial, civil and industrial development sectors. Our structural design capabilities include;
Compusoft Engineering structural analysis services analyse stress on structures induced from actions derived from gravity, wind, construction sequences and earthquake induced accelerations.
Compusoft Engineering are experts in providing a comprehensive analysis service using software programs such as ETABS, SAP2000, SAFE, PERFORM3D, and CSiCOL.
Analyses include structural stress and stability analysis of buildings, structures and special structures using linear static, large displacement geometric non-linear, response spectrum, nonlinear pushover and time history analysis techniques.
Compusoft Engineering also provides guidance and analysis reviews for engineering consultancies. Our expertise in advanced analysis techniques means we are well equipped to support general engineering consultants with their analysis requirements.
Compusoft Engineering has NZ and overseas experience in structural engineering design services from concept to completion stage.
Structural design services include concept and detailed design, building consent and tender document preparation and construction supervision for design projects of all design sizes and scopes.
Compusoft Engineering also provides peer review services.
Multi-Storey & Special Structures
Compusoft Engineering multi-storey design services range from concept design to construction supervision and certification stage.
Compusoft Engineering also offers specialist design of isolation and damping systems to help mitigate damage and serviceability vibrations from earthquake ground motions and wind induced vibrations.
Compusoft Engineering provides engineering design and guidance services for the structural design and retrofit of special structures with often complex design components. Such structures include tanks, staircases, dams, bridges, industrial plant, pipes and wind turbines.