Duffeys, as a rule
it's best to not second guess the scantling provisions of the designer
. You'll go bald and possibly insane in short order if much of this occurs. "Strong enough" is a hugely misunderstood term, are you talking about stiffness, modulus elongation, impact or what. In other words, without an understanding of the engineering involved, you have to trust the designer
or gamble that you know better and "up grade" it yourself regardless of the scantlings.
may be a good choice and one that should have been preformed at purchase
. It will not tell you if the scantlings are sufficient, for the design brief or SOR on this particular design, but will enlighten you on the quality of the laminates and if you should be concerned about potential issues.