Light Gage Framing and New Facade Design
Light gauge design refers to the use of thin, lightweight materials in construction and engineering applications. These materials, such as steel or aluminum, are typically between 0.018 and 0.125 inches thick, and are used in a variety of applications including framing, roofing, and wall systems. The design of light gauge structures requires careful consideration of factors such as material strength, stiffness, and corrosion resistance. Our engineers also take into account the loads that the structure will be subjected to, such as wind, snow, and seismic forces. It is important to ensure that the design meets all safety and regulatory requirements, and that the materials used are appropriate for the specific application. To ensure the safety and reliability of light gauge structures, our engineers use advanced design and analysis techniques, such as finite element analysis and computer-aided design software.