We are renowned for our technical expertise in complex structures,
both above and below ground.
Structural Engineering is where TTW started 65 years ago. Our founding partner Dick Taylor began the tradition in 1958 of working closely with architects, project managers and builders to deliver the best structural designs for a built environment.
An extension to your team, our Structural Engineers approach projects with efficient, elegant and functional solutions designed to stand the test of time. Our approach is holistic, integrated and individualised based around the type, scale, location and complexity of the job.
Consultation, Collaboration, Integration and Innovation.
We take a collaborative, tailored and multi-disciplinary approach to projects to improve the performance on all aspects of the structure of your project. It allows us to blend all our capabilities and skillsets in an innovative environment, with the goal of delivering the best outcomes for our clients.
In order to achieve integrated solutions on our projects, our approach to project management is based on four principles; consultation, collaboration, integration and innovation.
By involving our in-house specialties early in the project lifecycle, we can mitigate design impacts and apply their knowledge to create innovative solutions.
With more than 300 technically skilled staff across Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane, Singapore and Jakarta offices, TTW has the resource base to guarantee you certainty of delivery across the lifecycle of the project.
Our Structural Engineering team can provide expertise across:
- High-rise and long-span structures
- Structural dynamics and occupant perception
- Advanced structural simulation
- Building materials selection and carbon analysis
- Wind and seismic engineering
- Shallow tunnelling and deep basement design
- Adaptive reuse and asset redevelopment
- Performance-based solutions
- Design for manufacture and assembly
- Temporary structures
- Forensic engineering
Our Integrated Services
Offering a full-service solution means we can bring a team of specialist Structural, Civil, Traffic, Façade, Construction, Heritage, Digital
and Applied Science Engineering services to any project where needed.
Our large, technically skilled resource base will guarantee you the certainty of delivery across the lifecycle of the project.
We take pride in providing added value to our clients, and through our multidisciplinary skill base, we are able to draw on specialist input at appropriate stages to create solutions that bring your project vision to life.
TTW’s expertise in both structural and heritage engineering was a critical consideration for the developers of an exciting new luxury hotel, which involves the adaptation of two prominent, Government owned sandstone buildings in Sydney’s “Sandstone Precinct” on Bridge Street; the Lands and Education Department Buildings. Constructed between c1876-1892 and c1912-1930 respectively, both buildings are listed…See project details
Brookfield Place Sydney (formerly known as Wynyard Place) is a transformational urban regeneration project led Brookfield Property in the heart of Sydney. The development works occur directly above the Wynyard Station Transit hall and across a city block with a total of 3 buildings being incorporated into the development: The Tower, a full demolition and…See project details
Bunjil Place provides the community with a cultural hub in Melbourne's east. This innovative project has nine major award wins to date, including the 2018 Australian Timber Design Award - Excellence in Timber Design and the Victorian Australian Engineering Excellence Award. Designed to become a cultural hub in Melbourne East, the new building involved intricate design challenges and delivery to demanding timeframes.
Gama Tower is an icon of the Jakarta skyline, Indonesia's capital city, classified as the Tallest in Jakarta and Indonesia and also the 14th Tallest in the world in 2016.
Our TTW team in Indonesia designed the external stormwater system of the building including soak well and soak pond in accordance with the Authority requirement and also designed pavement, external hardscape and retaining walls in accordance with the landscape design.
The Chatswood Transport Interchange (CTI) is a mixed-use Transit Oriented Development project underpinned by an urban design strategy that establishes new streets and reinstates connections that were once served by the previous station and railway line.
TTW developed and analysed complex staging to maintain the operation of two live rail tracks while constructing adjacent and also below the new rail station.
Engineered by TTW and designed by Grimshaw, the new facility provides a new home for cutting-edge research and education in the development of sustainable and functional materials for modern engineering applications.
The 23,500 sqm building consists of 9 levels, enveloped by a high-performance glass Façade with glass-reinforced concrete masonry blades, which provide solar shading.
TAFE NSW Meadowbank is being transformed into a technology-focused campus and will sit alongside a new primary and secondary school to form the Meadowbank Education and Employment Precinct.
The TTW Structural team was responsible for the design of the new TAFE facilities. Works comprise the demolition of Block D and E buildings and their replacement with hard and soft landscaping,
Geoff Henke Olympic Winter Training Centre at Sleeman Sports Complex in Brisbane is a world-class facility and available all year round for emerging and elite Winter Olympic athletes. The freestanding steel structure consists of seven jump profiles for the various aerial disciplines ranging from moguls to slopestyle.
TTW engineered a custom folded cold-form steel deck profile to suit the ramp geometry and minimise defections while also providing adequate fixing areas for the ski surface consisting of HDPE and SkiTrax.
Targeting to be one of Australia's first 5 Star Greenstar-rated hotels, the Wildlife Retreat at Taronga Zoo features a new native Australian wildlife sanctuary showcasing Australia's unique biodiversity.
Designed to integrate with the surrounding landscape, the Retreat consists of 62 elegantly designed rooms housed within five environmentally sensitive and sustainability-designed lodges, together with the guest lodge, entry pavilion, and a separate restaurant building that links to the existing Taronga Function Centre.
Logos Metrolink Distribution Centre
The $100M development in East Jakarta involves over 200,000m2 of logistics floor and access ramps/driveways over 3 storeys. TTW scope included structural with steel roof structures, stormwater and pavement design, stormwater retention, and flood studies and traffic management controls for a key tenant.