Okay, so you've got us. Every structure IS special. However, there are some projects that don't fit easily into standard categories. Not only that, they're usually pretty interesting. So if you're still looking for something that shows you that we have experience in a project like yours, or if you're just browsing, you might be interested in this page. Although the structures shown here are somewhat unusual, the structural engineering principles are the same, and we enjoy the opportunity to apply them in new ways to meet our clients' needs.
This cantilever staircase at the former Borders Bookstore in downtown Indianapolis is an architectural statement made possible by the structural design that (quite literally) supports it.
Accessible Observation Tower at Hidden Falls Camp and Conference Center in Bedford, Indiana
Indiana University Football Scoreboard
We designed the roof trusses, which were made from pallet members, for this 30 x 30 garage. It is thought to be the first timber-pallet structure in the U.S. to be granted a building permit.
The dome at the French Lick Springs Resort Casino.
This sculpture was on display on a lake at the Indianapolis Museum of Art for five years.
SCE designed all structural components for this Indianapolis Zoo exhibit, including the Holding Building and adjacent retaining walls, the Pedestrian Bridge, and the Viewing Structure.
SCE designed the connection for a new cross to be attached to an existing bell tower at Joy of All Who Sorrow Orthodox Church.
Matt Owen built this Lego model to observe his design in motion. What he saw sent him back to the drawing board, where he was able to come up with a workable solution to meet the client's needs.