Our partners

Krabbenhøft & Ingolfsson is a part of a larger corporate group of highly specialized companies within the civil- and mechanical engineering industry. We have a strong collaboration within the group and our employees participate in activities across company boundaries to ensure that our clients achieve the full benefits of our strong network.

Optum ce

OptumCE is a sister company to Krabbenhøft & Ingolfsson, which is devoted to the development of state-of-the-art computational software. Our flagship, OptumG2, is a design and analysis tool for simulating stresses and flows in 2D geotechnical structures, and includes Limit Analysis computations for determining bearing capacities as well as more classical elasto-plastic computation for establishing e.g. full load-displacement relationships. Visit OptumCE for a free trial or read more…

abaqus

The Simulia Software Suite from Dassault Systemes is a collection of world leading software used for realistic engineering simulations. Not only is Krabbenhøft & Ingolfsson a certified reseller of Simulia, we also utilize the software for many of our projects. Our engineers are highly skilled in calculations involving static as well as dynamic components with Abaqus, which is used for finite element analysis and computer-aided engineering. Read more about Simulia.

Ameg applied mechanics & electronics group

AMEG (Applied Mechanics & Electronics Group) is an integrated part of the Krabbenhøft & Ingolfsson family, devoted to development of tailor-made software and hardware solutions for measurement and monitoring purposes. We specialize in measurement of mechanical quantities such as strains, acceleration, displacement, rotation/inclination and force and our products have been used for various civil engineering applications.

new nordic engineering

New Nordic Engineering is our sister company in Reykjavik that offers general civil engineering services in the building industry. In collaboration with our Icelandic colleagues, we have designed numerous concrete buildings in Iceland, ranging from single family residential dwellings to larger apartment buildings and hotels.