Before a project is carried out, our structural design office carries out a technical and financial study to analyse the feasibility of your project.
The study of your construction projects with B.E.T GIUDICE
Before demolishing a building, there are many elements to be considered. To carry out the structural study, a construction engineering company must be used to determine whether a technical study is necessary, and we will then validate various aspects: architecture, budget, materials, etc. Contact the B.E.T GIUDICE to benefit from a personalised study of your building project in Nice, Cannes, Antibes, Monaco…
The technical study:
an essential step in the realisation of a construction project
This stage makes it possible to deal with various questions, in particular the structure of the construction, the terms of the missions and services of the various actors who will carry out your project (masonry company, architect, economist of construction etc.)
Our engineers establish structural plans and technical solutions. Taking into account your expectations, we define the different possibilities for your construction. During this study, we will establish in advance all the steps to be taken to ensure that the project runs smoothly. At the end of this study, we will give you a complete file containing the various technical elements related to your construction project.
A TEAM OF EXPERTS
AT YOUR SERVICE
Concrete and structural design throughout the French Riviera (Cannes, Mougins and Nice)
B.E.T GIUDICE and its team of structural engineers are committed to supporting you in :
• Define your needs for your construction project
• Formalising your project: obtaining administrative authorisations
• Choose your production materials
• Advising on financing options
• Controlling the progress of the work
From the study to the completion of the work, our team of structural engineers is at your disposal. Contact us for more information, we can come to the departments concerned according to your availability: department of Alpes-Maritimes (Cannes, Nice, Antibes), Var (Saint-Raphaël, Fayence, Fréjus) and Monaco.