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Concrete Expertise

At Structronix we have a broad knowledge of the design concrete elements, including reinforced concrete, pre-stressed concrete and mass concrete. We have extensive experience of the design of concrete structures using Eurocode 2 for the design of buildings and bridges. Below are some of the areas where we can assist you.

Software Verification

To assist in the development of software design aids Eurocode 2 we can help in checking and verification of your products. We will work with you to develop a brief for the verification process to suit your requirements and then work to that brief to ensure that your product meets the current interpretation of Eurocode 2 and the UK National Annex.

Checking and Implementation of Eurocode 2

If you are using Eurocode 2 for the first time, it can be a daunting experience and leave you with concerns that you have not considered everything in your design. Structronix can assist you by reviewing or checking your initial calculations for you. We will work with you to offer assistance at a level to suit you, from detailed calculation checking to a global review to check that your interpretations of Eurocode 2 and the UK National Annex are in line with current thinking.

Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (RAAC)

With RAAC hitting the news prominently, you may have concerns that your building is affected. The Structronix team have put together a concise overview of how to identify whether RAAC is present in your building and what to do next if it is. 

Click Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete - What I need to Know, to find out more and get your questions answered.


Our Knowledge


With our knowledge of concrete design, we can assist you with particular enquiries regarding the design of concrete structures. Areas of knowledge include but are not limited to:


  • Eurocode 2 (BS EN 1992)

  • BS 8110

  • BS 8500 and specifying concrete

  • Finite element analysis of flat slabs

  • Post-tensioning

  • Disproportionate collapse requirements

Meet concrete expert Owen Brooker >

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