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  2. 2. Introduction Innovation Structural Engineering is a relatively new company that was recently established in Malaysia. However, within a short period of time we have built up a reputation and are recognised as a highly specialised structural engineering team. The company was established in 2005 with branches in Subang Jaya and Kuala Lumpur. Innovation Structural Engineering is strategically located in these areas in order to best serve the needs of our clients. We provide solutions which are consistent with the goals of our clients. We research, develop, and present multiple options and help to select the best solution. The success of Innovation Structural Engineering has been built on proven results of a diverse range of services. Word of mouth by key industry leaders has provided a widespread endorsement and approval of our work. Innovation Structural Engineering continually strives to improve health and safety, environmental and quality performances and has often been accredited for our innovative and unique approach to construction projects.
  3. 3. Innovation Structural Engineering Has proudly introduced our own unique design approach that sets us apart from other design teams. This design approach is to innovate, be innovative and create innovation. Innovation Innovation Structural Engineering aims to introduce new and improved design techniques into the construction industry through constant collaborative efforts between our engineers and clients. Innovative Innovation Structural Engineering enforces the use of new ideas and applications in every project such that each project is fresh and new. Innovate Innovation Structural Engineering encourages our design team to apply new approaches and view projects from different angles and perspectives.
  4. 4. We strive to be different and adopt a unique approach to all our projects while constantly providing quality engineering solutions. We aim to develop and implement innovative construction and on site methods to best meet industrial standards.
  5. 5. Pak Mat Kopitiam Client: Pak Mat Location: Kuala Lumpur Project value: RM 900,000.00 The Best Cafe Client: Best Location: Subang Jaya Project value: RM 4,500,000.00 Café of Dreams Client: Dreamweaver Location: Kuala Lumpur Project value: RM 3,000,000.00
  6. 6. Kimberley Ee Sze Ann (Engineering Director) Wong Wei Chun (Engineering Manager) Siti Farishah (Engineering Coordinator) Samantha Tan (Engineering Secretary) Alexander Kwok (Project Engineer) Diane Yong (Project Engineer) Mohd Fitri (Junior Engineer) Suraj Mahindran (Junior Engineer)
  7. 7. Financial background and Bumiputera Enquiry: Authorized Capital: RM 3,500,000.00 Paid Up Capital: RM 600,000.00 Enquiry Participation: 30% bumiputera Bankers: RHB Bank (Subang Jaya Branch) Account No.: 9577-111-5545-07 Major Shareholder: Kimberley Ee Sze Ann, Director of Innovation Structural Engineering
  8. 8. According to the website (Engineers Australia), Structural Engineering is concerned with the research, planning, design, construction, inspection, monitoring, maintenance, rehabilitation and demolition of permanent and temporary structures, as well as structural systems and their components. It also considers the technical, economic, environmental, aesthetic and social aspects of structures. Some of the common tasks that structural engineers are involved in are: analyzing configurations of the basic structural components of a building or other structure; • calculating the pressures, stresses and strains that each component, such as a beam or lintel, will experience from other parts of the structure due to human use or environmental pressures such as weather or earthquakes; • considering the strength of various materials, e.g. timber, concrete, steel and brick, to see how their inclusion may necessitate a change of structural design; • liaising with other designers, including architects, to agree on safe designs and their fit with the aesthetic concept of the construction; • examining structures at risk of collapse and advising how to improve their structural integrity, such as recommending removal or repair of defective parts or rebuilding the entire structure; • making drawings, specifications and computer models of structures for building contractors; • investigating ground conditions and analyzing results of site tests, such as soil samples; • liaising with construction contractors to ensure that newly erected buildings are structurally sound; • applying expert knowledge of the forces that act on various structures; • using computers and computer-aided design (CAD) technology for simulation purposes. (
  9. 9. Submission Procedures For Structural Plan Approval General Building structural plans must be submitted by a Qualified Person for structural works who is a registered Professional Engineer in the civil or structural discipline. Application for approval of structural plans should be submitted well in advance, before construction works commence. It is an offence to carry out building works if the plans have not been approved and a permit to carry out structural works has not been granted by the Commissioner of Building Control. In order to expedite and streamline the whole process, the Commissioner of Building Control allows parallel and phased submissions, as follows: Parallel submission: Application for approval of structural plans can be submitted to the Commissioner of Building Control while seeking planning permission from the Competent Authority. The Commissioner of Building Control will process the application but approval will be granted only when planning permission has been obtained (either a provisional or written permission) from the Competent Authority. Phased submission:- If building works involve several stages of work, the structural plan approval application can be submitted in phases according to proposed stages of work. This will allow construction works for the first stage to commence early, without having to wait for plans of the entire structure to be approved. For example, plans can be submitted according to the following stages: • piling • substructure or basement • superstructure • In addition, if the project is complex and consists of many independent structures, plans for the various structures can be submitted separately for approval. (
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