Inspection of industrial structures

Inspection of industrial structures

Inspection of industrial structures


02 424 18 85


02 424 18 85


Industrial structure Inspection

Inspection structure industrielle

Our Services

Flowchart inspection

Inspection campaign preparation

Inspection campaign realisation

Diagnostic, rapportage et plan d?actions

Réalisation d'analyse structurale

Why us?

  • Our inspection, diagnosis and analysis services, in close collaboration with approved labs, enable us to draw up a clear picture of the condition of your work
  • Our knowledge and experience in the study of structures, inspection methods, materials and applicable standards, allow us to setup priorities and an adapted planning of actions
  • Our flexibility and reactivity allows us to bring you concrete and realistic technical solutions within short deadlines and with a very competitive budget.

Why is it important to inspect?

When a damage is observed, it is strongly recommended that, before starting any work, the causes, the degradation process and the extent of the damage be identified and assessed. By skipping this identification step, the repair can result ineffective and unsustainable.     

Some situations are of concern to users or owners because of the dangers involved. A campaign of inspections and tests provides the basic elements to assess the level of risk and quickly establish an action plan.

In order to better assess the extent of a repair campaign, it may be advisable to carry out a more extensive investigation. The results provide the owner/manager with valuable information on which to base strategic decisions about the property. Where appropriate, this information will allow a more precise prescription of the repair and limit the risk of surprises during execution.

Key points for an effective inspection?

Before launching an inspection, it is crucial to understand the situation. How old is the structure? In what environment is it located? What is its function? Are original documents such as drawings available? This valuable information allows to prepare an effective inspection campaign with exploitable results.

The simplest inspections and tests often yield sufficient results. When this is not the case, in complex situations or because one wants to know more about the extent of the defect, it is possible to carry out a more extensive test campaign. In any case, the preparation of an adequate inspection campaign requires careful preparation and, in particular, the analysis of the available information. Who would want to end up with an expensive inspection and testing campaign with useless results?

A construction that shows defects can be likened to a patient who has symptoms. A good diagnosis requires a thorough technical knowledge of structures, materials and degradation phenomena. Beyond this knowledge, more specific situations may arise. It is then based on real-life cases, on experience, that the correct diagnosis can be made.

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