“When soil challenges during construction required revisions to the foundation design, Jezerinac Group kept the project on schedule and offered the owner several options which minimized the impact to the project budget.”
– Jason Michael Ford, NCARB, Associate Principal, Populous
Jezerinac Group brings a level of experience and design flexibility you may not expect from structural engineers. Working with us means having a structural engineer who appreciates and accommodates the curves, cantilevers, ceiling heights, sight lines, massing and utility that make for award-winning architecture.
Bring us your most complex project constraints. Our expertise with BIM technology can help ensure safe, economical adaptations of your architectural concept. We’ll work closely with your team to synthesize all project requirements into a solution that works for everyone—and still ensures your design vision is brought to life.
When professional basketball team Orlando Magic partnered with local healthcare giant AdventHealth, we were thrilled to sign on as Engineer of Record and help them create a state-of-the-art administrative, medical and training facility all in one.
The top-flight training experience for Magic players includes three basketball courts identical to the game court in Amway Arena, indoor training facilities, a weight room, luxury team locker rooms and dining facilities.
Client Success Story
AdventHealth Training Center
Protect the integrity of your design vision with a partner who goes the extra distance to balance form with function.
Building and maintaining a parametric model containing intelligent/actionable information and building data. Utilized for documentation, increased effectiveness of interdisciplinary coordination, clash detection, 3D visualization and improved knowledge transfer, rapid prototyping, virtual design & construction (VDC), and many other uses by all project stakeholders.
Assessment of the structural practicality of a proposed project with consideration for constraints such as building code requirements, capacity of existing building components, project budget, and constructability.
Inspection of construction for compliance with the Building Code and construction documents.
Evaluating the structural condition and adequacy of an existing building, building component, or portion thereof. Conducted for a variety of reasons, often to evaluate historic performance under current loading, to identify distress and generate repair recommendations, to evaluate expected behavior due to a proposed change in loading such as revised use/occupancy, to review specific areas with noted structural distress, for building recertification, as a precursor to a rehabilitation/renovation project, in conjunction with a feasibility study, or as part of a due diligence phase of a real estate transaction.
Visual observation of the structural system by a registered design professional for general conformance to the approved construction documents, required by the Building Code for certain structures based on Risk Category and height, or as required by the DPIRC or building official.
Design approach to meet performance objectives rather than prescriptive requirements.
This design methodology puts a specific focus on the occupants and owner objectives for building performance and, through advanced analysis, allows for structural optimization.