Structural Engineers Orlando, Daytona

Structural Engineers Orlando

EMA Structural Engineers Orlando analyze, design, plan, and research structural components and systems to achieve design goals and ensure the safety and comfort of users or occupants. Their work mainly considers safety, technical, economic, and environmental concerns, but they may also consider aesthetic and social factors.

Structural engineering is usually considered a specialty within civil engineering, but it can also be studied in its own right. In the United States, most practicing structural engineers are licensed as civil engineers, but the situation varies from state to state. Some states have a separate license for structural engineers required to design unique or high-risk structures such as schools, hospitals, or skyscrapers. In the United Kingdom, most structural engineers in the building industry are members of the Institution of Structural Engineers.

EMA structural engineers Florida, condo milestone inspections, structural Engineers Palm Beach, Daytona, Orlando & Tampa
EMA condo milestone inspections, structural Engineers Palm Beach, Daytona, Orlando & Tampa

EMA Structural finite element analysis Florida, Texas & Louisiana.

Residential Commercial Buildings Structural Engineers

Typical structures a structural engineer designsA structural engineer may also design other forms such as oil rigs, space satellites, aircraft, and ships, including buildings, towers, stadiums, and bridges. Other systems include oil rigs, space satellites, aircraft, and vessels. However, it may also be designed by a structural engineer. Most structural engineers are employed in the construction industry, however, there are also structural engineers in the aerospace, automobile, and shipbuilding industries. In the construction industry, they work closely with architects, civil engineers, mechanical engineers, electrical engineers, quantity surveyors, and construction managers.

EMA Structural engineers ensure that buildings and bridges are built to be strong enough and stable enough to resist all appropriate structural loads (e.g., gravity, wind, snow, rain, seismic (earthquake), earth pressure, temperature, and traffic) to prevent or reduce the loss of life or injury. We do Structural Finite Element Analysis, Structural Peer Review, and related engineering work in compliance with the Florida Building Code. We also design structures to be stiff enough not to deflect or vibrate beyond acceptable limits. Human comfort is an issue that is regularly considered limited. Fatigue is also an essential consideration for bridges, aircraft design, or other structures that experience many stress cycles over their lifetimes. Consideration is also given to the durability of materials against possible deterioration, which may impair performance over the design lifetime.

EMA Structural Engineers Florida has experience with many residential and commercial projects, including mid/high-rise buildings, retail spaces, hotels, churches, multi-family buildings, condominiums, custom homes, townhouses, mixed-use structures, hoist engineering, steel frames, product testing, and various types of inspections. Our structural engineers in Miami, Tampa, and Orlando can design any layout. Here is a list of our current products and systems, allowing you and your clients more choices in design and construction. Using the following types of innovation:


Longer spans in design and greater flexibility. Economical method for high-rise buildings

Greater precision and efficiency in structural design and analysis of structures.

More freedom in structural design; flexible structural column placement. Elimination of beam support under floors.

A viable alternative to high concrete costs and extensive precast concrete waiting times.

An often economical design choice for offices, warehouses, etc.

Such as precast beam/joist systems and hollow core planks), allowing more options for contractors.

Often, it is a low-cost alternative to new construction in urban areas where a corrosive environment has deteriorated the building’s integrity.

An increasingly popular time-saving option among developers for ease of use and fast construction.

Enabling increased flexibility and decorative structural design choices.

EMA structural damage roof& building inspections

EMA Project construction Structural inspections.

Hurricane damage structural Inspections

Quality Assurance Structural Inspections

Structural damage inspections

Fire Damage Structural inspections

Residential/commercial Structural Inspections

Structural Sinkhole Inspections

Structural Damage Inspections


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Hurricane-related forensic damage Inspections

Hurricane related Wind Damage Inspections

Forensic damage inspections of Schools and other facilities

Forensic damage inspections to roofs and buildings due to fallen trees

Structural Framing Inspections

Structural Shoring Inspections

Forensic Damage Inspections To Roofs & Buildings

Structural forensic damage inspections are performed for the insurance industry and adjusters to determine the cause, origin, and damage to the roofing elements due to high winds, hail, and other hurricane-related issues. No roof system can be expected to give long-term performance without some attention and maintenance. Too frequently, roofs are forgotten until a leak develops. Most problems begin in a small way and, if undetected, develop into a more expensive need for repairs. Or, performed in the extreme, needs replacement of the roof.

Roof damage Inspections consist of the following elements:

Infrared Inspection: To pinpoint and identify moisture within the roof mat.

Roof Moisture Verification: infrared roof testing is infrared|ed to verify areas of moisture.

Observations and Findings: Results of the investigation.

Drawings: Location of infrared findings of additional suspected moisture.

Observations and Findings: Results of the investigation.

Drawings: Location of infrared findings of additional suspected moisture.

The summary of infrared analysis and thermograms correspond to areas shown on drawings.

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