Since its beginning in 2008, UPDL has distinguished itself in the Structural Engineering field by designing and supervising the safe and resilient structures of multiple large-scale and multistoried commercial, educational, residential, religious, and hospitality buildings.
Our experienced and qualified team of structural engineers excels in structural analysis, design, design review, strengthening and rehabilitation design, and value engineering of all kinds of buildings, bridges, flyovers, underpasses, water supply and drainage structures, waterways, dams, etc.
From conception to completion, we provide the following services under the spectrum of Structural Engineering
Safety is of utmost importance in structural engineering and infrastructure planning and design. Engineers must ensure that the structures they design can withstand the loads they will encounter and can resist any forces that may act upon them, such as earthquakes, wind, and floods.
Proper planning is essential for successful infrastructure planning and design. Engineers must consider a variety of factors when planning a structure, including its purpose, location, budget, and timeline. They must also consider the potential impact the structure may have on the surrounding environment and communities.
ustainability is becoming increasingly important in infrastructure planning and design. Engineers are now designing structures that are more environmentally friendly, use renewable energy sources, and reduce their carbon footprint. This includes things like designing buildings that use natural lighting and ventilation, implementing rainwater harvesting systems, and using recycled materials.
Collaboration is key to successful infrastructure planning and design. Engineers must work closely with architects, contractors, and other stakeholders to ensure that the structure meets everyone's needs and requirements. They must also communicate effectively with local government officials and regulatory agencies to ensure that the structure meets all necessary regulations and codes.