Based on agreed terms from phase 1 - Consulting, Vis engineer team will carry out the design phase based on the latest American and European pre-engineered steel buildings and steel structures, including:
Technical design: shows what technical elements the building will have, as well as technical materials for each different component. Technical design is the backbone of the project. The results of this stage are architectural drawings and steel structure drawings
Production design: this stage provides production drawings so that the factory can fabricate accurately components and accessories. The drawings from the technical stage will be transferred to production drawings. The production drawing should show fully and in detail the size, quantity, shape, and technical specifications of each component.
Erection design: Erection drawings describe site plans, erection phase diagram and erection requirements with good access to the erection location. Pre-engineered steel building and steel structure requires high erection accuracy to ensure sustainable construction.
Vis Design team with high expertise and rich experience will offer optimal design solutions to bring the highest quality and the most cost-efficient building solutions for our customers. We utilize cutting-edge contemporary engineering softwares for structural analysis and detailing. During more than 4 years, Vis Steel Structure has successfully designed and put into use more than 200 diverse projects in Vietnam and supplied steel structures for export to many regions around the world. We are capable of providing optimal solutions for many types of projects such as factories, warehouses, industrial buildings, commercial centers, public buildings...
We always update cutting-edge contemporary engineering software in pre-engineered steel buildings and steel structure design: SAP 2000 or ETAB, CFS purlin design, Tekla which is used to design production and erection drawings. Designed according to American design standards MBMA (Technical guidance on steel building system), AISC (Technical guidance on steel structures, Allowable Stress Design)