design everything and do what you love
Proceptworks was founded in order to bridge the gap between precision and technical architectural and engineering systems; and the final ergonomic product that the everyday person can use. We bring your theoretical ideas to life through the use of high quality computer programs that pertain to the engineering and architectural realm. Through these, we are able to design your product for self use or for introduction the greater market place.
We specialise in Architecture, industrial, mechanical and aeronautical engineering. Our in house professional engineers, 3D designers and architects work together as a team to design the most aesthetic products that are designed as per requirements of the client but also following the strict international standards in engineering and architecture in order to maintain professionalism and follow safety protocols.
Contact us for designs as well as approvals for your personal house or that wind turbine for your wind farm.
“If you haven’t seen better, then all you have is the best”
~Muzi Dube, Chief design engineer
Proceptworks is involved in the design of engineering systems for the following industries:
- Ansys structure analysis
- Fluent Computational fluid dynamics
- Inventor design and structural analysis
- Fusion 360 collaboration
- AutoCad 2D layout draughting
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Our design department has skilled professional engineers who strive to produce quality, aesthetic and satisfying work for the client. Click the image above for more information on our engineering product design services.
Proceptworks is able to provide international, rigional and local clients with affordable architectural work in the design of buildings and personal houses. We align ourselves in our designs with international building codes and standards. We are involved in the following categories and more….
- 2D layout designs
- Municipality approvals
- Revit and 3Dsmax 3D renderings
- interior design
- building line relaxations
Click on “the built environment” below for more……