INDUSTRIAL STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING SERVICES
The Structural Engineering Department of AMG, Inc. is comprised of a team of highly skilled and experienced engineering professionals.
Coming from diversified backgrounds, our team combines their previous experience with cutting edge technology to deliver structural engineering projects to industries with unparalleled results.
Backed by extensive experience, our team has worked on structural projects in the following fields:
- Corn-wet milling plants
- Soy bean processing
- Waste water treatment plants
- Salt production plants
- Oil refineries
- Amino Acid facilities (such as Threonine, and Lysine)
- Amino Sugar Production
Working with budgets topping hundreds of millions of dollars, our team is dedicated to ensuring that our projects exceed client expectations. We’d love to talk with you about your upcoming project.
WE CAN HANDLE YOUR PROJECT
INDUSTRIAL, NO MATTER HOW LARGE OR SMALL
- Specializing in industrial facilities with experience in commercial, institutional, medical, and educational facilities.
- Flexible enough to accommodate your design, whether conventional or unique, simple or complex.
- Large enough to service multiple projects
- Licensed in 30 states, with over 230 years of combined professional practice
- Accomplished in the design of projects ranging in size from a few thousand to over 200 million dollars
- Project locations extend across the United States, Mexico, Canada, and beyond
Equipped with the latest structural analysis software
Capable of producing drawings in AutoCAD or Microstation format
Work almost exclusively in 3-D, utilizing multisteel 3-D in native AutoCAD environments while being fully integrated with mechanical, piping, and electrical 3-D modeling software
Our structural engineering team integrates a qualified group of registered professional engineers. Registrations are held with the states of Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Nebraska, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, West Virginia, and others. Our top cities include Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, and Omaha.
We are familiar with the current International Building Code (IBC) requirements, as well as provisions of earlier versions and model building codes. Our engineers take an active participation in their fields of expertise, maintaining affiliations in various professional and technical societies. We endeavor to provide our clients with innovative, safe, cost effective and quick to build solutions to their structural problems. We do that by staying current with the structural guidelines and/or requirements of ASCE7, AISC, ACI, AITC, ETC, and the codes of standard practice and recommended procedures of PCI and CRSI. We employ our knowledge and experience to tackle the analysis & design of deep and shallow foundation systems, and structures using steel, concrete, masonry, and timber. The structural staff has engineers fluent in several foreign languages including French, Spanish, Russian, and Arabic.
Industrial projects have included ag-processing and food processing plants, truck assembly plants, bulk material handling plants, automobile parts manufacturing facilities, ethanol production facilities, salt processing and pelletizing facilities, plastics and composites extrusion and pelletizing facilities. Our commercial projects have included hotels, R & D lab and office spaces, etc.
WE CAN WORK ALMOST ANYWHERE
One of the recent projects designed and managed by our team is a seventeen-story hotel in Mexico. Our engineering staff was responsible for the structural steel frame, cast-in place foundation system, and precast concrete curtain wall. The steel was fabricated in the U.S., shipped to Mexico, and erected under the guidance of our structural engineering staff. With our experience in high-rise construction, our staff provided additional assistance to the architect/owner in procurement, materials selection, and construction procedures and sequencing.
Another international project that our structural team handled is a Corn Wet Milling plant in Saudi Arabia, for which AMG, Inc. was responsible for process, mechanical, piping, structural, and electrical design.