Design and Engineering Services

Procedure of Conception, Design, and Engineering


Site Analysis Understanding project conditions


Preliminary Research Evolving clients needs


Concept Design The marriage of modern design with practical needs


Product Selection Accurately matching products to save money and meet the needs


Structural Analysis Simulating structures, to reinforce failing elements.


Shop Drawings Drafting detailed section drawings                          


Design Approval Iterating all of the above until total client satisfaction is achieved. 

From Conception to Reality

Design for manufacturability is the general engineering practice of designing products in such a way that they are easy to manufacture. The concept exists in almost all engineering disciplines, but our implementation differs widely since we are shaping the future with the latest technology.

Aluminum Fabrication

Phase 1: Programming We trust the machines more than humans when it comes to accuracy and precision

Phase 2: Cutting with our Double Mitre Saw, digital cutting controls to operate within micro-tolerances.

Phase 3: Milling with out SBZ fully automated robotic arm using five axis technology without a touch of an arm

Phase 5: Notching variable angle cuts a the tip of the tubes.

Phase 6: Crimping corners for seamless assembly.

Phase 7: Machine Routing enables a perfect fit for all the accessories.

Metal and Composite Material Fabrication

Elevating your expectations

Steps for installation and handing over:

  1. Material supply - refers to the conditions allowing efficient material supply and the construction supply chain.
  2. Material handling - describes the conditions for performing value-adding activities within the confines of the construction site (internal transportation, offloading, handling, and staging of construction material)
  3. Vertical transport - refers to challenges connected to constrained resources for vertical transportation.
  4. On-floor activities - refers to the efforts to master challenges of uncertainty, e.g., not knowing exactly when a trade will perform their work and the challenges of staging material, e.g., on-floor staging of facade elements.
  5. Installation - refers to the fixers’ process installing the elements.
  6. Waterproofing by applying external gaskets, sealants, and EPDM membranes.
  7. Testing and commissioning is to be carried out on installations to ensure that they are safe and meet the design requirements.
  8. Project Completion Certificate is a legal document that is awarded after the builder states that the construction of the project or property has been completed as per the approved building plans and specs. Moreover, the project meets all the regulations and bye-laws set by the local municipal body or corporation.
  9. Maintenance to meet all appropriate rules and regulations. It is important, therefore, to think carefully about integral and responsible façade maintenance. Systems for façade maintenance are to be reliable and should not involve any unexpected costs for repair, etc.

Testing and Commissioning 

Types of tests after installation phase:

  1. Static Water Penetration Test ASTM E 1105 - Minimum differential pressure of 20% of inward-acting, wind-load design pressure as defined by ASCE 7 ‘’Minimum Design Loads for Bldgs and Structures’’ but not less than 300 Pa.
  2. Anchor Bolt Pull-Out Test -  confirm the performance of the anchor bolts which connect the curtain wall to the building and transfer human impact and wind loads to the structure. These are of course of vital importance. The load gures given by the manufacturer assume installation in ideal conditions, whereas these rarely obtain on site. The Pull-Out Test uses a simple machine to exert a calibrated tension load on the anchor and verify that it can support the design load.
  3. Air Infiltration Test ASTM E 783 - Areas shall be tested for air leakage of 1.5 times the rate specified for laboratory testing in “Performance requirements” Article but, not more than 2.25 L/s per sq.m, of fixed wall area when tested according to E 783
  4. Acoustical Testing conducted on curtain wall mock-ups was pioneered by us. The mock-up testing seems like an obvious opportunity to check this important quality, but as far as we are aware it had not been done before. It does require some small modifications to the chamber because it has to have adequate volume, so is necessarily deeper, but also the construction of the chamber has to have better acoustic performance than the sample we are testing – to eliminate “flanking sound”. We believe that the test we do on full size specimens using the site testing standards is superior to the test done on a small sample in an acoustic laboratory because it represents real conditions. We work with an associate acoustic engineer and can also offer laboratory acoustic testing.
  5. Pendulum Balustrade Testing is an obvious and inexpensive check on these critical components, particularly when used in public areas. The loads that balustrades or guard rails must take are well specified in codes such as the International Building Code and it is relatively simple matter to set up a test to confirm these loads, either in the laboratory or on site. For lab tests there is the advantage of increasing the load beyond the design figure to evaluate or confirm reserve strength.
  6. Site Hose Test AAMA 501.2 -  involves spraying water in a prescribed way at the joints in a system as a quick and easy check on whether the system is vulnerable to leakage. It does not confirm the performance in a formal way however – that is done using the Static Water Penetration Test where water is sprayed over the whole specimen 

Our Vision

Pushing the construction industry to its limits and offering clients and future investors better and more optimized products/services. The more we strive to optimize our products and workflows, the sooner we will get to the point of true sustainability where all things get interconnected and work together for the benefit of society and ourselves.

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