A. Interior Surveys.
B. Building Components, Exterior.
C. Infrastructure Components.
1. Site Improvements
2. Site Work
D. Capital Reserves Determinations.
A. Existing EIFS building skin.
B. Masonry facades.
C. Precast and concrete systems.
D. Granite and limestone systems.
E. Prefabricated curtainwall systems.
F. Roof systems: built-up, single-ply, modified
G. Flashings, copings, parapet walls, weeps,
balconies, guardrails, caulking, sealants,
drains, downspouts, dissimilar materials, etc.
H. Data developed by Crack Monitors attached to
A. Design of new pavements.
B. Distress mapping/surveys.
C. Strength evaluations, Falling Weight
D. Repair Recommendations/Cost Estimates.
E. Performance Specifications and Plans.
F. Special designs for heavy traffic.
A. Exploratory soil test borings, soundings and
B. Environmental site assessment studies.
C. Ground penetrating radar.
D. Engineering evaluation of soil materials and
ground water conditions.
E. Foundation, slope stability analysis and
F. Mechanical/Chemical stabilization and
G. Soil-cement and soil-lime mix designs.
H. Inclinometer and tiltmeter installations to
monitor movement of structures.
I. Vibration/blast monitoring during pile
driving and rock excavation.
J. Inspection of earthwork operations for
shallow/deep foundations, drainage systems,
allowable bearing capacity, and degree of
A. Mix optimization or concrete mix verification.
B. Specialty mix design: high early, fiber (steel,
poly) concrete, mass concrete.
C. Inspection of constituents for concrete,
proper proportioning, potential
for heat gain,
the use of admixtures, consistency of mix,
plastic test parameters and compressive
strength of concrete.
D. In place strength testing (pull-out, pull-off,
Windsor probe, Schmidt hammer, proof load
tests, V-meter), coring, chloride ion testing,
and petrographic analysis.
E. Tests on brick, block, mortar and grout
samples (strength, absorption, freeze-thaw).
A. Inspection for compliance with contract
documents in terms of quantity, spacing,
length, placement location, support,
cleanliness, size, and securement.
B. Tests for physical strength parameters,
tensile and bend.
C. Location of existing reinforcing steel by
magnetic flux (pachometer) or x-ray.
A. Shop inspection to verify mill certifications,
chemical analysis, size, punching/drilling,
alignment, strength, embeds, welds and
B. Inspection during erection of structural
steel/precast for size, plumb, alignment,
fastener tension, bearing, bridging, decking,
and adequacy of welds.
C. Inspection of light gage metal framing.
A. BOCA Special Inspections (1705).
B. Third Party Inspections.
C. Complex Structures.
D. Critical Structures.
E. Commercial Inspection Procedures.