Designed a single span integral bridge carrying 5 vehicular lanes and 2 pedestrian walkways. The structure consists of a steel girder composite concrete deck and cast-in-place concrete substructure founded on steel piles.
Designed a 4-span steel pony truss bridge with a combined length of over 140 meters. The structure is founded on concrete abutments and steel piles and integrated with existing adjacent CP rail bridge abutments and piers.
Designed retrofits for the existing roof structure to accommodate a new canopy and re-roofing, an addition consisting of steel moment frames, reinforced concrete substructure, new barrier free access ramps, mezzanines, and a steel tower marquee.
Detailed design, and contract administration for the rehabilitation of Beach Road and Beech Road Bridge. Scope of work also included design of new sea wall along Hungry Bay.
Conducted structural assessment of existing steel storage tank and analyzed the structure in its existing condition. Designed repairs to ensure structural integrity and extend the tank’s service life. Repairs consisted of exterior steel shell with a reinforced concrete patch in the heavily deteriorated section. Provided ongoing inspection services due to the complex and changing nature of the project.
Conducted detailed condition assessment of exist concrete outbuilding. Analyzed existing structure to determine its remaining capacity and provided comprehensive proposal for repairs or reconstruction. Completed routine inspections during decommissioning of the building to monitor further deteriorations, to ensure structural integrity and safety.
Completed structural analysis and designed renovations to various components of the existing structure, including loading bay modifications, and roof reinforcement and RTU support framing. Also design new work platforms and various miscellaneous steel stairs.