S.K ghosh associates
Who we are
S. K. Ghosh Associates serves as a premier technical resource on structural codes and standards. We provide seismic and code-related consulting services to agencies involved in the design and construction of buildings and other structures that are impacted by the provisions of building codes through publications, seminars, peer reviews, research projects, computer programs, and code interpretations.
We provide seismic and code-related consulting services to engineers, businesses, trade associations, code-writing bodies, and governmental agencies involved in the design and construction of buildings and other structures that are impacted by the provisions of building codes.
Technical support is provided through publications, seminars, peer reviews, research projects, computer programs, code interpretations and comparisons.
Support for SKGA products and webinars is just a click or phone call away. Some of our common technical questions are answered on our blog, but you can also contact our staff:
Thursday, November 01 2018
Frequently Misunderstood Wind Provisions
Tuesday, November 06 2018
Design for Fire Resistance Using the International Building Code
Thursday, November 08 2018
Lateral Design Per New CFS Standards AISI S240 and S400
Wednesday, November 14 2018
The Practicing Engineer’s Guide to Designing Concrete by Strut and Tie Modeling by ACI 318
Wednesday, November 28 2018
Blast Design Requirements for Building Systems
RTWall - Design of Concrete and Masonry Retaining Walls
RTWall is an easy-to-use computer program for analyzing masonry and reinforced concrete cantilever and restrained retaining walls. RTWall checks the wall and footing for strength and stability under...
Significant Changes to the Minimum Design Load Provisions of ASCE 7-16 - An Illustrated Guide
Significant Changes to the Design Load Provisions of ASCE 7-16 reviews the significant changes to the minimum design load requirements of the newest edition of Minimum Design Loads and Associated Crit...
PT Designer - Design of Post-Tensioned Concrete Floors