Design for durability is the practice of designing and constructing infrastructure to achieve design life requirements, particularly in the face of aggressive environments. Achieving durability is a complex equation requiring assessment of the environmental exposure, component materials, structure end use and maintenance and inspection requirements, to achieve the desired outcomes. This gives rise to the multidisciplinary field of design for durability that focuses on achieving these long-term performance aims. Working closely with structural designers, we utilise a range of assessment tools from on-site environmental analysis to durability modelling to produce designs that meet your specific durability objectives, including recommendations of appropriate materials and the design of corrosion or deterioration mitigation systems. Regardless of the size of your construction project, we can provide materials and durability advice that will last the life of your asset.