Category: Structural Design

Foundation Repairs

Your building has cracked foundation walls.  Is the foundation settling?  Are the cracks structurally significant?  What’s the problem, what’s the repair, and how much will it cost?  Who can do the work? Initially, Team Engineering performs an assessment of the structural significance of foundation problems and contributing factors.  If your home is constructed on a… Read More »

Welcome Olivia Caron!

Team Engineering is proud to add Olivia Caron to our great staff of engineers! Olivia currently resides in Brentwood, NH. She attended Exeter High School and has recently graduated with her Civil Engineering bachelor’s degree from the University of New Hampshire (UNH). She has a passion for structural design and environmental sustainability. In her free… Read More »

Building Materials During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Over the last two years, the cost of building materials has skyrocketed from their normal trend due to the affects of COVID-19. You may be wondering what is behind all this and how it may affect your next building project. What it all comes down to is the simple economic principle of supply and demand.… Read More »

Lakehouse remodel with Stockman Builders

Team Engineering has been working alongside Stockman Builders on a fantastic lake house remodel project in beautiful Wolfeboro, NH. The house sits right on the water and features a spacious cathedral living room with views of the water. Stockman Builders designed a renovation to add skylights, extend a gable end roof, reconfigure roof dormers and… Read More »

Bonin Architects and Team Engineering team up for airy lakefront addition

We consider our architectural partners to be artists who use empty spaces as their inspiration. Using their floor plans and design elements, we are able to create structural, MEP, and other building components to deliver a full set of building plans. Bonin Architects in New London, NH is a firm that specializes in designing custom homes… Read More »

Building with Cold Formed (Light Gauge) Steel

Cold-formed steel (CFS) refers to products shaped by roll-forming of metallic coated sheet at ambient temperature. Since Cold-formed steel and wood are the two most commonly used materials for light framing, it is relevant to compare their performance in the building industry. Given that cold-formed steel (melting point 2700o F) has a far better resistance… Read More »