Structural Engineering

Structural Engineers to the Resource and Industrial Infrastructure Sectors

Engenium’s expert team of Structural Engineers provide Consultation, Design, Construction and Rehabilitation of projects in the mining, resource and industrial infrastructure sectors.  
At Engenium we will work as a team and objectively look at a structure to ensure it is strong enough to withstand natural forces and loads imposed by nature. We will carry out strength calculations and prepare drawings to ensure your project is structurally sound and will stand the test of time.
Our services cover everything from platforms, walkways and support structures for machinery and pipes to large storage bins, silos, conveyors and towers.
Engenium’s Structural Engineers have worked on projects such as:
  • Remote camps and expansions to working camps
  • Workshops, warehouses and maintenance facilities
  • Administration and EPCM office facilities
  • Security gatehouses and facilities
  • Remote airports and facilities
  • Port land-side infrastructure
  • Concrete and steel structures
  • Ammonium nitrate facilities
  • Fuel storage and distribution facilities

Further Reading:

Asset Management and Condition Assessment

Asset Reliability

Building Condition Assessments

Bulk Materials Handling Machines

Corrosion Engineering

Decommissioning, Demolition and Deconstruction

Degradation Mitigation


Mine Infrastructure

Port Infrastructure

Project Construction Support

Structural Inspections

Structural Project Efficiency

Belt Splicing Facility Workshop Demolition and Relocation

Belt Splicing Table Detailed Design

BHP - Newman and Central Pilbara Warehouse

CBH Group - Horizontal & Circular Storage Prefeasibility Study

Centennial Coal - Mandalong Mine Stockpile Conveyor

Civmec - Nepean River Pedestrian Bridge

JSPL - 1200tph Coal Washery

JSPL - Coal Preparation Plant

Norton Gold Fields - Enterprise Mine Infrastructure EPCM Services

Power Station Chute Replacement

Rio Tinto - Crane Support Structural Certification

Thomas Coffey - Port of Newcastle Navigation Aids