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Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
Currently, we have a completed Revit Building design We are now starting the next phase of our construction project and we are now looking for a detailed structural design and load analysis for our building. The building is a 3 story office building (approx= 50,000 sf) We are planning to use load bearing Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Panels for exterior load bearing loads. In addition, the 2nd, 3rd story floor, and roof will be made from ACC floor panels. However, given the limitations of the span distance of the ACC floor panels the project will require a steel grid that will tie into the ACC exterior wall panels. Given the load bearing capacity of the exterior ACC panels there shouldn't be a need for a steel column perimeter. For the interior space, the floors and roof will be supported by a steel column/ girder / beam system, thereby avoiding the need for interior load bearing walls. All structural details must comply with the USA AAC building requirements along with the 2009 IBC manual. Both resources are included in the project files. Given the complexity and details of the project, please review all of the specifications of the AAC panels before considering bidding on project. All work must be completed in Revit and all drafts of the project must be saved on our network server. We will have multiple upwork contractors working on the project so all work must be shared. Other Requirements The structural design and load analysis should be Revit 2016/2017 The plan must include: 1. Detailed concrete slab, foundation, column supports, along with detailed rebar configurations 2. Steel grid for columns, girders, supporting beams for the floors and roof 3. The exterior walls, floor, roof will be made out of autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) panels [ note; there are BIM objects available on line] 3a. note: the AAC panels are loadbearing walls and the steel grid needs to be integrated into the exterior walls 3b. the AAC floor panels will be connected with a concrete bound seams that are tied into the steel grid via shear stud anchors. 3c. The AAC floor panels are integrated in the AAC exterior load-bearing walls through a concrete bound seam and a concrete rim that extends around the complete exterior. All of the concrete bound seams and rim are tied together with rebar. 3d. All structural designs must comply with the 2009 IBC manual and the current USA AAC Panel code manual (references included) If there is any further questions please message me Jude
Skills: Structural Engineering Autodesk Revit Architecture Structural Analysis
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I need the rebar specification and diagrams for a suspended concrete slab, as part of a two-storey building. The slab is around 50 square metres, for a restaurant, and is of irregular shape. The slab is supported by 11 concrete piers, of which 10 are 30cmx30cm square, and one is 32cm diameter round, each reinforced with 10 16mm deformed steel bars. I have stock of 16mm and 12mm deformed steel, but can also reinforced with normal steel, and with wire mesh, if the 16mm and 12mm are deemed excessive. However, I am not looking to use rebar of greater than 16mm diameter. The piers will be 6.6 metres tall, with the slab suspended at 3.3 metres (a second slab will be suspended at 6.6 metres, but this job is only for the first slab). The intended load is light commercial - restaurant. The thickness of the slab is not yet determined, but we would prefer not to make it thicker than necessary. The coordinates of the near corner of the piers are: Column X Y Shape A 0 0 Square B 4.23 0 Square C 8.3 0 Square D 12.39 1.97 Square E 10.55 5.46 Square F 9.86 6.57 Square G 9.33 10.26 Square H 8.1 10.54 Square I 8.3 2.18 Square J 4.92 3.61 Round K 1.21 3.62 Square Please see the attached diagram of the slab. There is a 1.6 metre square hole in the slab at the top left corner, to fit a spiral staircase. The edge of the slab sits on top of the pillars, with the exception that there is a 1.5 metre cantilever that juts out between pillars A, B, C, and D. The rebar for the slab should presumably be analysed using the strip method. Deliverables: * rebar diagram for slab * full rebar specification (length, bar type, direction, position), for each part of the slab.
Skills: Structural Engineering
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I need basic retaining wall drawings for the NORTH retaining wall only on the Paradise Ridge Estates development pending in Kihei, Maui, Hawaii. The wall runs the length of the project (approximately 800 feet long) and in places is as high as 16 feet tall. We need basic drawings to include the underpinning of the wall underneath the driveway of the project. The structural engineer will review and submit the final for this retaining wall, but we need the basic drawings done. There are TWO retaining walls on this project; the south retaining wall is more complicated and may be an add-on project, depending on the results of this first project. This person must be very familiar with 2006 International Building Codes regarding retaining walls. We are set to hire someone immediately for this work.
Skills: Structural Engineering Drafting
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I am building a new covered front porch on my home in the city of Bremerton, WA. Some aspects of the porch desired are outside of the prescriptive design detailed by the City and thus require engineering approval by an engineer licensed in the State of Washington. Perform covered porch structural analysis and create porch construction drawings needed for building permit in state of Washington. Porch dimensions are roughly 21.5 feet by 7 feet. I want to support the roof with two corner posts spanning 21 feet. The beam height takes away from desirable territory view and so engineered glu lam or steel I-beam are of interest. I have site plan, basic dimensions, and more details available, but I think it best to avoid posting that material directly at this time. I'm not sure whether this forum will be a viable way to find an interested professional.
Skills: Structural Engineering Construction Drafting Engineering drawing
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I am posting this as ONE JOB but it is actually TWO JOBS. I can work on either one of these first. Perhaps each has a different price? Perhaps you would be better at engineering one over the other. Both projects involve dog exercise equipment. Which ONE would you like to pursue? PROJECT ONE: A new type of dog weight pulling harness. The dog harnesses that exist now are tricky to put on. They also just look a little awkward. They are also non adjustable. The point of them is to drag weight. Can you build a better one? If so, I can market it! https://www.google.com/search?q=dog+weight+pulling+harness&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjzrZjStLnMAhULFT4KHahvDIAQ_AUICCgC&biw=1265&bih=697 https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/23/02/e3/2302e3b649695947fd26e83aa6c68261.jpg http://www.iwpa.net/About_Us.html ========================================= The SECOND JOB - Is for a new type of dog bike attachment. This one is more tricky. There are currently many people making these HOWEVER, there is ONLY ONE THAT DOES NOT TIP OVER THE BIKE IF THE DOG CHASES A SQUIRREL!!! This is majorly important. There is only one that was made by an engineer. It has many patents and we can not infringe upon those patents. The best one can be found here: http://www.biketowleash.com http://www.biketowleash.com/about.php - This is the best one. I have used it and it works! ***The rest can be found below. The rest all of have some problems under extreme scenarios.*** An extreme scenario basically means the dog chasing a squirrel or another dog. The dog suddenly lunging for any reason. The goal is for this to be stable. I do not want the dog or the human to get hurt! http://www.thedogoutdoors.com http://s513132788.initial-website.com http://www.drsfostersmith.com/product/prod_display.cfm?pcatid=28951&cmpid=01cseYY&gclid=CIqt3423ucwCFdBZhgodnJMGCw
Skills: Structural Engineering Mechanical Engineering Product Design
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
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Skills: Structural Engineering 3D Modeling Architecture Architectural Rendering
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Looking for a structural engineer to design joist sizing and measurements/layout on a floor plan for a 2 story single family wood frame colonial house to be built in MA. The engineer will also design the foundation plan and basement cross section, basement lally columns placements and beam placements. The engineer will be working off of the architect's plans and will provide his or her design to the architect so that the design can be attached with the floor plans.
Skills: Structural Engineering
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
We are looking for someone that can read and understand structural plan to help our estimator determine the scope of works. We are looking for someone that can identify and notage the different type of wall, floor, roof, post, beam, hardware any any structural details that are call for in the structural plan so that we can have our team locate those structural type/detail for measurement and count. We have a lot of projects to properly prepare estimation and bid for. We are willing to train you what to look for and how to work the plans. We are looking for people with attention to detail that can read and understand English and building plans.
Skills: Structural Engineering Architecture Construction Drafting