Harnett Engineering is a civil and structural engineering consulting firm, established in 2013.
At Harnett Engineering we strive to provide a swift and productive service for our clients with reasonable turnaround times. Our services in providing engineering documentation and designs, range from knocking out a load bearing wall in a home to large commercial and industrial warehouses and multi storey buildings. Harnett Engineering has the technology, the knowhow and the contacts to ensure a quality service to its client.
We understand that obtaining building approvals can be a drawn out process and we aim to minimise this time so you can get on with the job of building your project. So if you’re after a quote or just some advice, don’t hesitate to call Harnett Engineering.
Harnett Engineering undertakes the design/analysis of anything that has to do with structural members in a building and civil infrastructure, including:
Different soils have different characteristics in strength, reactivity and permeability. It is essential to know and understand these characteristics in structural design.
Masonry walls need to be designed to AS 3700 standard and take into account structural loads, wind and earthquake loading.
Site Wind Speed Assessments
In any building project wind loading must be taken into consideration and designed for as a structural load, this loading is different depending on where the site is located.
" Sam is an honest and hard-working contractor we feel lucky to have at our disposal. His service is prompt and designs are of the highest standard. We have no hesitation recommending him for your next building project"
-IM, AdA Designs
"We recently completed a refurbishment and extension to our blue-stone cottage in Tanunda. From outset to completion, Sam was at our side to guide us (and sometimes help us see sense!). We highly recommend his service.
-Emily, Home Owner
"I needed a footing construction report done quickly for a medium-sized commercial project, Harnett Engineering had it completed within 2 weeks, no questions asked.