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Why Our Infrastructure Is In Disrepair Vol 1. Cable Stay Bridges

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Updating 100 year old manual subjective inspections with modern technology and robotics to keep our infrastructure and traveling public safe.

Features

  • Portable
  • Light Weight
  • Wireless
  • Accurate
  • Minimizes Lane Closures
  • Minimizes Traffic Disruptions

Benefits

  • Provides Quantitative Data Vs Current manual subjective inspections
  • Minimizes Lane Closures
  • Minimizes Traffic Disruptions
  • Locates Loss of metallic area/ Corrosion inside the steel
  • Provides an action plan for asset owners to better budget for maintenance

Replaces manual subjective inspections.
Safer for the inspectors and traveling public.

For Questions or to submit a scope of work

Infrastructure Preservation Corporation 727-32-2900 Ext. 24

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Don’t wait until catastrophe strikes.  Contact your local Senator or Congressman today and insist your state update their manual, subjective inspections to utilize modern technology and methods. Contact your states representative here:  transportation.house.gov/about/membership.

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Wire Rope Corrosion

Portable, Wireless, Lightweight

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Consequences of a bridge failure

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