LIGHTER. FASTER. MORE EFFICIENT AND AFFORDABLE.
When it comes to steel framing for construction, tried and true materials already exist – no one needs to reinvent the wheel (or steel or concrete). What contractors, builders and owners DO need is a better, more productive way to bring it all together.
That’s precisely what DIVERSAKORE offers – an advanced system that combines steel and concrete and yields more usable space with less weight, waste, labor, time, and cost.
All the materials are the same: steel, concrete and rebar. So are the people who provide and assemble the components. All of the elements of the structure meet the same AISC and ACI building design codes as every other building. The difference is in the unique approach of the system that bears our name.
Numerous builds – for clients and projects of every size, scope and application – have benefitted from employing DIVERSAKORE in their structures. And we can help you, too.
DIVERSAKORE also offers expertise and services, including valuable subsystem integration specs through its many partners. As problem solvers who know structures, products, and materials, we can help you find better outcomes at lower costs.
Our engineers and consultants consider much more than material costs. Let us evaluate the impact of the DIVERSAKORE system on your schedule, labor, materials cost, building weight, risk (both in design and in the field), waste, and of course, cost.
Housh Rahimzadeh, P.E. is DIVERSAKORE’s principal engineer and founder. Housh is a Georgia Tech graduate, and a practicing engineer since 1964. While working for John Portman Associates, he created over 200 structural system designs that support buildings from 2 to 100+ stories, such as the Renaissance Center (Detroit), Peachtree Center (Atlanta), Embarcadero Center (San Francisco), Yintie Center (Beijing), Tomorrow Tower (Shanghai), Capital Square (Kuala Lumpur), and many others.
Years of experience in designing complex projects convinced Housh there was a better way to combine the benefits of concrete and steel construction. So, in 2003, he patented the VERSA:T: Composite Framing System. Sixteen years and many projects later, he continues to work on the design and improve its applicability. Housh’s extensive construction industry experience and his reputation as a problem solver have been instrumental to the company’s success.