Category: Engineered Consultations

Building on Hope Update

Construction on the Nashua Police Athletic League Renovation is in full swing! Learn more about Building on Hope and this year’s project:  http://buildingonhope.com/current-project/ The exterior in March. Elevator foundation on the left side is started. The existing granite step front entry will soon be replaced.   Team Engineering designed the new elevator foundation.    … Read More »

Structural Steel Shapes

Structural steel is one of the most commonly used construction materials in the building industry. There is a variety of hot-rolled steel shapes that can be designed to fit almost any construction project. The steel’s properties and design specifications are laid out by the American Institute of Steel Construction. Inside their nationally accepted Steel Construction… Read More »

Egress Window Dimensions

The International Residential Code (IRC) requires an emergency escape and rescue opening in basements, habitable attics, and every sleeping room. The opening must open directly to a public way, or to a yard or court that opens to a public way. The purpose of the escape opening is not only to allow for people to… Read More »

IBC vs IRC

“The Code”  Everyone has heard that phrase, right? If you are reading this blog, you are probably interested enough in buildings to know there is a published collection of base codes that govern the construction of all buildings constructed in the United States and other countries around the world. It sets the standards of what… Read More »