Design and project documentation

We keep up with and support the development trends by specializing in designing all types of timber construction systems.

In cooperation with the manufacturers of XLAM solid timber panels and other new technologies in the field of developing timber structures, we design modern, eco-friendly, energy-efficient and seismically safe structures suitable for single-family houses as well as multi-dwelling, multi-storey, corporate and industrial buildings.

We produce effective solutions enabling upgrades of or parasitic extensions to the existing buildings which can benefit from the resulting energy-efficiency and seismic resistance through suitable renovation works.  



  • This day and age dictates the use of contemporary and healthy materials supported by competent and professional project design solutions.
  • The upgrade of the existing energy-consuming buildings with the aim of achieving energy efficiency and thus higher profitability due to the increase in the sales area.
  • Our current research work focuses on the possibilities of constructing multi-storey timber buildings. 



We optimize the construction system that can also be made from different building materials where we make use their main advantages for an optimal hybrid construction design.

In addition to static calculation we also offer energy-wise design of buildings and calculate the energy gains and losses with the PHP calculation tool. In addition to the construction specifications and the plan of mechanical installations such a project forms a basis for potential ecology subventions.

Namely the construction inventory and work phase list. This is especially important for timber structures so offers from different building contractors can be compared among each other.

This is probably the most important part of building's design especially if it is made from timber and in addition designed in low energy, passive or even higher efficiency standard. All the details must be carefully considered, designed and processed before the execution of the project starts. For example joints in timber elements, mechanical connections, heat bridges and construction crossing.

Harmonised architecture and contractor's construction plans on the basis of which the building was erected. They are highly important tin the eventual cases of later analyses, building reconstructions, locating the sources of potential mistakes during building execution, reassessing the residual resistance of a building after extreme load cases, i.e. earthquake, fire, wind and snow. They form a basis for a suitable building insurance and eventual damage compensation.