Need Design Assistance? No Problem....
Our team of highly skilled engineers can contribute additional value to your project.
Our engineering department has over 100 years of combined experience solving problems and creating solutions. Unistrut is all we do, so we can recommend the best design for your project and free you up to focus on other aspects of your project. Should any issues arise, we are just an e-mail or phone call away. Let our dedicated engineering team do the heavy lifting associated with design work for you.
We know Unistrut, you know your project
In addition to material sales, many of our clients take advantage of our paid design and engineering services for construction and OEM applications. Clients taking advantage of our design service receive shop drawings explaining how their structure is to be built, a bill of materials, and for an additional charge we offer a PE stamp.
Our engineering department specializes in Unistrut. It's what we do. Let us apply the expertise we have acquired through our own installations to your project and you'll bring your project to successful completion without worry or hassle.
Let us facilitate the next steps of your project. The process typically looks something like this:
- Send detailed information about your project. Relevant drawings, pictures, and a detailed description of project scope
- Engineering will review your documents and make every effort to contact you within one business day.
- During our consultation, we clarify any additional questions, discuss recommendations, and review project costs.
- A final solution is agreed upon and we begin engineering your project.
Get Started By Answering a Few Questions:
- Anchor Points – will the Unistrut attach to walls, floors, roofs, or ceilings? Will the strut attach to concrete, brick, steel beams, or standing seam metal?
- Load Data – how much weight will the structure support?
- Dimensional Data – what is the approximate size of the structure?
- Drawings – our engineers can also learn much about your project from your drawings. We understand that your drawings may be incomplete or subject to change, but in most cases, even a rough drawing will provide valuable clues that help our engineers help you. Providing drawings is the most important step in the entire process.