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Site visits coverage areas:

Coventry, Derby, Leicester, Milton Keynes, Nottingham, Northampton & nearby areas.

Please note our new business hours:

08:30 to 17:00 Monday – Thursday

The office is closed on Fridays.

Fee proposals, structural calculations and reports turnaround:

  • Fee proposals: 1-2 work days
  • Construction & design changes: 1-4 work days
  • Walls removal, extensions, lofts and alterations: 5-15 work days
  • Pre-purchase structural reports: 5-15 work days
  • Medium to Large Projects: TBC

Note that our structural engineering service turnaround times may vary in some cases due to factors beyond our control.

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Welcome to Simplify Structural Engineering, where we prefer to keep things simple.

We provide a comprehensive range of structural engineering consultancy services to property owners, including pre-purchase reports, structural calculations for load-bearing wall removals and structural drawings for new buildings.

If you require assistance with commercial or high-end residential projects, visit Simplify Commercial

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About Us

At Simplify Structural Engineering, we are dedicated to helping property owners with structural calculations, drawings, pre-purchase structural reports and consulting services for new building construction. Our Director is a fully qualified Chartered Engineer with over 20 years of experience in structural engineering and construction, including over 6 years of hands-on experience on construction sites. On each project, we consider constructability and try to provide sensible engineering solutions.

Key facts about Simplify Engineering:

  • We have provided consulting services on over 5000 projects, including extensions, wall removals, lofts, pre-purchase structural reports and new buildings.
  • Our experience allows us to provide efficient and practical consulting services.
  • Our typical lead time is 5 – 20 working days. We aim to address any construction questions within 1- 4 working days.
  • We are Chartered Structural Engineers under the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) and are fully insured.
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Our Services

We offer a comprehensive range of structural engineering services to meet the unique needs of our clients.

Services Offered:

  • Pre-purchase structural reports for residential & commercial
  • Beam/RSJ design for wall removal
  • Structural design for extensions, lofts and alterations
  • New construction – foundations and superstructure
  • Civil Engineering – drainage and access roads

Our advice based on over 5000 projects:

  • Double-check references of your potential builders to avoid construction issues and unforeseen costs.
  • Double-check the competencies of your potential builder by requesting photos of previous projects and visiting at least one completed project.
  • On projects involving existing buildings; your contractor should remove finishes (plaster, subflooring, ceilings, etc.) to uncover potential unforeseen conditions, check assumptions and double-check dimensions before ordering any construction materials.

Measure twice and order once


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Simplify Engineering

6 Frederick St, Office 6

Leicester, LE18 1PJ

Tel: 0116 218 2917