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World leaders in motion control solutions

Advances in damping technology is enabling buildings and structures to be higher and more ambitious than ever before. From landmark skyscrapers to long-span bridges, our field-leading wind engineers and motion-control specialists design and deliver performance-based damping® solutions necessary to achieve outstanding technical performance and business success.

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Explore Our Work

Motioneering has consulted on over 180 supplementary damping systems across the globe. 

(Over 100 damping systems are currently completed or in progress.)

Our Approach

Research driven

Our experienced team of technical experts understand how to measure, predict and control undesirable motions in structures of all types. With our signature performance-based damping® solutions we offer systems that are tuned, verified and measured for performance. We work with clients in the earliest design to stages to understand their needs and challengers, developing the customized solution to suit their designs. And our involvement doesn’t stop there: With ongoing monitoring and maintenance, we enable long-term performance, eliminating structural fatigue and adding value to the building or bridge asset. 

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Technical Team

The Motioneering team brings an unmatched combination of technical depth and real-world project experience. Our capabilities in wind engineering and motion control are respected around the world. We’re active contributors to international technical and engineering communities, advancing the boundaries of our fields and setting new standards for performance, efficiency and resilience.

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Proven Solutions

Having helped to pioneer the field of supplementary damping systems, our team has been an industry leader for more than 25 years, realizing damping solutions for more than 75 major projects around the world, including buildings, bridges, floors, platforms, cables, spires and other slender structures.   

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How it works

Demonstration of a Tuned Mass Damper

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