Earthquake Engineering

EnLink specializes in providing professional services in the field of earthquake engineering. With our highly qualified experts in the field and valuable experiences gained from our involvement in Christchurch post-earthquake recovery mission, we can provide highly valuable design solutions tailored for each project to optimise the cost and minimize the seismic risks.
At EnLink, we have a team of highly qualified and experienced earthquake engineers who are dedicated to delivering bespoke solutions for seismic design, seismic assessment and retrofit of existing structures. Our expertise covers a wide range of structures, including residential, commercial, industrial, and infrastructure/civil structures.
We understand the unique challenges posed by seismic events and the critical importance of ensuring the safety and resilience of structures. Our approach combines advanced technical knowledge, innovative methodologies, and state-of-the-art tools and software to provide reliable and cost-effective solutions.
One of our key services is to conduct comprehensive seismic risk assessments. We analyse the potential seismic hazards in each area, investigate the fault lines, consider potential earthquake scenarios, evaluate the vulnerability of structures, and recommend appropriate measures to enhance their seismic performance. Our goal is to minimize the impact of earthquakes and ensure the safety of occupants and assets.
EnLink is committed to staying at the forefront of earthquake engineering advancements. Our team actively engages in research, attends industry conferences, and participates in professional development programs to continuously enhance our skills and expertise. This enables us to offer cutting-edge solutions that comply with the latest standards, and regulations.
With a proven track record of successful projects, we have earned the trust and confidence of our clients. We prioritize quality, efficiency, and sustainability in our designs, ensuring that our solutions not only withstand seismic events but also contribute to the overall durability and longevity of structures.

Earthquake engineering