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Our engineer experts provide structural certifications, approvals, evaluations, and more for mechanical equipment.
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It is critical to our infrastructure to ensure mechanical equipment can withstand the worst hurricanes & earthquakes.
To provide a comprehensive solution, we provide structural certifications across over 40 states for wind, seismic, missile impact, & cyclic design.
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Browse & purchase these engineer-certified master plans to help permit your next mechanical installation project.
Master Plans are non-site specific plans with a range of design options that are signed and sealed in the state of your choosing. Use them in conjunction with a design professional’s site-specific project information. Click here to request a site-specific drawing or Click to Live Chat. Learn More
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This calculator determines site-specific wind pressures for rooftop equipment based on site-specific conditions and unit information. Results can be ordered signed and sealed by a design professional for your project.
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HELP PAGE For the Engineering Express® Rooftop Equipment Wind Pressure Calculator Note: See Limitations & Conditions of Use at the end of this article. Quick
From the 5th, 6th &7th Edition of the Florida Building Code (2014, 2017, 2020) section 1603.1.4 as well as from section 1603.1.4. of the 2012,
Questions frequently arise as to what the rule is in Florida, Miami, and the HVHZ zone (Dade and Broward Counties, FL) under the Florida Building
FIRST, WHAT’S A CERTIFIED TER & Master Plan Sheet? TER’s or Technical Evaluation Reports and Master Plan Sheets must bear the original signature and raised
Did the wind loading requirements change for rooftop structures for ASCE 7-10 – 7-16 & The Florida Building Code?
Regarding ASCE 7-16 & the 2020 Florida Building Code (FBC) YES. Section 1609.1.1 and Chapter 35 of the 2020 FBC refer to ASCE 7-16