Structural Engineers

Structural engineers, forensic engineers

Structural Engineers

EMA Structural engineers are provide all type of engineering, renovations and inspections of  residential, commercial, office and high rise buildings  and our engineers have extensive knowledgeable and experienced engineers in Orlando and Tampa, for your structural design. Our design structural engineers and construction Inspectors for various structures provide including multi-million airport buildings, sport arenas, residential jobs, condominiums, 2- 18 story buildings, and commercial structures. We use state of art engineering software as STAAD, ETABS, RISA FLOOR and else to design the frame for optimal structural loads and structural serviceability.

structural engineers
EMA structural engineers

EMA provide commercial industrial warehouse building design and restoration services. We provide structural engineering analysis & design of residential, commercial and warehouses design, analysis, and specification writing for any structural project including concrete, precast, steel and misc. metals specifications and also threshold inspections.

Structural Engineers EXPERIENCE

EMA has experience with many residential and commercial projects including: mid/high rise buildings, retail spaces, hotels, churches, multi-family buildings, condominiums, custom homes, townhouses, mixed-use structures, hoist engineering, steel frames, product testing, and various types of inspections. Our structural engineers Orlando, Tampa, Miami can design any structure. Here is a list of our current products and systems allowing you and your clients more choices in design and construction.

Longer spans in design and greater flexibility. Economical design for highrise buildings

Greater precision and efficiency in structural design and analysis of structures.

More freedom in structural design; flexible column placement. Elimination of beam support under floors.

A sometimes viable alternative to high concrete costs and extensive precast concrete waiting times.

An often economical design choice for offices, warehouses etc.

(Such as pre-cast beam/joist systems and hollow core planks), allowing more options for contractors.


Structural Engineering is a specialty within Civil Engineering. Structural Engineers create drawings and specifications, perform calculations, review the work of other engineers, write reports and evaluations, and observe construction sites. A Professional Engineer’s license is required in order to practice Structural Engineering. A license can be obtained only after completing a prescribed amount of education and work experience, and taking a 2-day exam. In California and other states, certain structures, such as hospitals and schools, require a Structural Engineer’s license, which can be obtained after 3 years additional experience and taking another exam.

The basic tasks of structural engineering relate numerical quantities of physical forces to physical configurations of force-resisting elements. Analysis is the process of determining forces in each element in a structure (such as a beam) when the configuration of elements is already defined. Design is the process of configuring elements to resist forces whose values are already known. Analysis and Design are complementary procedures in the overall process of designing new structures. After performing a preliminary design, the designer estimates the final configuration of elements of a structure, but only until an analysis is performed can the forces in those elements be known. After performing an analysis, the element forces are known, and the elements can be designed (their configuration can be chosen) more precisely. The process iterates between analysis and design until convergence is achieved.