Can anyone recommend a structural engineer, (or maybe an architect??) in Edinburgh?

(9 Posts)
SpawnChorus Mon 29-Aug-11 13:19:15

It's for a small job (removing a larder wall in our kitchen). We need a building warrant for it, as it's a supporting wall, but it's pretty straightforward.

Actually, can anyone give me an idea as to how much it might cost for this sort of drawing/plan?

Thanks!

Fiolondon Mon 29-Aug-11 14:16:33

Hi
Try Steve wood at David narro associates, or
Mark lawler at Harley haddow, or
Peter Elliot at Elliot & co.
All good engineers who should be able to help.
No idea about fees, you'll need to ask them.
Hth

SpawnChorus Mon 29-Aug-11 20:57:39

Thank you!

fairylights Wed 31-Aug-11 21:56:00

also there is a guy called Tom (I think!) who works for Homeforce who is an architect but also oversees projects for them and looked at something structural for us. I am sure you will find Homeforce if you google them smile

midnightexpress Wed 31-Aug-11 21:59:46

I had some plans drawn up a few years ago for a similar job to get a wall out in our old bathroom. IIRC it was about £100. Certainly no more than that anyway.

LemonDifficult Fri 09-Sep-11 21:31:21

Hmmmmm, if it's the same Tom from Homeforce that I'm thinking of, he isn't actually a qualified architect. There maybe two Toms of course.

But I think not.

pointydog Fri 09-Sep-11 21:35:51

You can get a draughtsman to do it, though. Doesn't have to be an architect.

Fiolondon Sat 10-Sep-11 13:19:41

Unless the draughtsman can do a structural assessment and calculation

Fiolondon Sat 10-Sep-11 13:21:42

Woops -
Unless the draughtsman can do a structural assessment and calculations you will need a structural engineer in relation to removing a wall. An architect generally would not do that either.

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