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Creative Solutions to Major Structural Problems
Design-Build with Complete Coordination from Start to Finish
Licensed Engineer In-House
New Jersey: (973) 898-3883
Easton, PA: (610) 739-8033
As we begin the long recovery process from Hurricane Sandy, our best wishes go out to you and your families for safety,
peace of mind, and ultimately building a better life.
Please consider Turn-key Structural as a resource. We are experts in the following areas:
We are a full-service group of professionals providing both engineering and contracting on an as-needed basis. Where we are unable to meet your needs or timeline, we will as always provide referrals to top professionals in your area.
- Structural damage assessment
- Structural reinforcement
- Foundation repairs
- Residential and commercial repair
- Sheeting, shoring and underpinning
- Repair of older and landmarked buildings
- Drainage studies and improvement
- Expert witness services
Turn-key Structural is a unique company dedicated to the correction of major structural problems in commercial and residential buildings. We have 25 years of experience in solving difficult structural problems that few others can or will touch. Our design-build approach assures your building's structural problems will be corrected with maximum efficiency, ultimately saving you time and money. We restore safety, appearance, and value.
Structural engineers are typically trained to design new structures. Finding a structural engineer to address a complicated structural problem in an existing building can be difficult. Once that has been accomplished, there is no guarantee that the corrective design-for which you have probably already paid top dollar-can actually be carried out.
Turn-key Structural's design-build approach to structural problems involves the engineer, general contractor, and client working together from the conceptual stage of the project to its conclusion. This coordinated approach helps eliminate the possibility of design oversights, incompatibility between design and field conditions, and cost overruns due to poor planning. This same approach also ensures that the owner understands his options, their associated costs, and the aesthetics of the project-literally, what it will look like.
Working within an existing structure means as much focus on preservation as on construction. It means cutting, fitting, and joining new components to old, and often developing customized steel connectors to transfer forces. It means jacking joists and girders to their original or near-original positions while minimizing damage to existing walls, floors, and roofs. It means utilizing the existing foundation and frame wherever possible to avoid using up otherwise free space. It means preserving the original appearance of the interior and exterior where possible and matching the original overall aesthetic where not possible. Having an experienced design-build team in your corner for the duration of the project helps make these goals viable and ensures that bumps in the road will be smooth.