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  • Bridge Collapse in Brazil

    November 16th, 2017     |   Doug Thaler
    Bridge Collapse in Brazil

    With the proper Commercial Engineering Inspections being conducted something like this should never happen again.     An unfinished overpass collapsed in the Brazilian World Cup host city of Belo Horizonte on Thursday, leaving at least one person dead and casting a shadow...

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  • Concrete Crack Inspection -Bridge Inspections

    November 16th, 2017     |   Doug Thaler
    Bridge Inspections

    [metaslider id=5474] Concrete Crack Testing Services No Lane Closures      No Boom Trucks Required Works from over 1000 feet away! Finds cracks to .0002 inches For more information see IPC or email [email protected] Concrete and steel crack...

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  • Bridge Inspections with Robots

    November 16th, 2017     |   Doug Thaler
    Bridge Inspections

    We hear every day about our ageing infrastructure and are warned about our decaying roads and bridges on the news constantly.   The Federal Highway Administration requires assigned asset managers to inspect our nations bridges every 2 years. If a bridge part or the bridge itself is...

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  • Tens of thousands of US bridges are literally falling apart

    November 16th, 2017     |   Doug Thaler
    Bridges Inspection

    Tens of thousands of US bridges are literally falling apart Jeff Rossen and Jovanna Billington NBC Today Show   Last September, Mike Peterson was driving airport shuttle passengers in Salt Lake City as he has been doing for about 20 years when a large chunk of concrete fell from the...

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  • High Mast Light Pole Inspection System

    November 16th, 2017     |   Doug Thaler
    pole inspection

    High Mast Light Poles are currently tested subjectively by an inspector visually inspecting a pole from the ground. This method leaves a door open to miss potential trouble spots. If two inspectors were to inspect the same pole at the same time you would receive two different outcomes. In addition...

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  • Bridge Crack Testing System

    November 16th, 2017     |   Doug Thaler
    Bridge Crack Testing System

      Concrete Crack measurement system that monitors crack progression and bridge deterioration using non destructive testing without lane closures or traffic obstruction. IPC (Infrastructure Preservation Corporation) advances the inspection and assessment of concrete...

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  • The Advancement Of Bridge Crack Detection Technology

    November 16th, 2017     |   Doug Thaler
    Bridge Crack Detection Technology

      Bridge crack detection utilizing nondestructive testing methods to date has been an unrealized and an unrealistic way to manage concrete and bridge assets globally.   The primary method of detecting bridge cracks is manually with an inspector physically looking at the bridge...

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  • Over 65,000 Bridges in the US Deemed structurally deficient

    November 16th, 2017     |   Doug Thaler
    Over 65,000 Bridges in the US Deemed structurally

    An Associated Press analysis of over 600,000 bridges in the federal National Bridge Inventory showed that over 65,600 were classified as "structurally deficient" and more than 20,800 as "fracture critical." Of those, almost 8,000 were both fracture critical and structurally deficient. These signs...

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  • New Invention will change the way bridges are inspected worldwide

    November 16th, 2017     |   Doug Thaler
    New Invention will change the way bridges are inspected

      TendonScan™ is the first of its kind equipment to locate air, water and corrosion within bridge and highway Tendons. The tendons or post tension cables connect the segments of highways together as well as holding up many of our nations bridges.   Although the Federal...

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  • Nearly 59,000 U.S. bridges still structurally deficient, ARTBA report finds

    November 16th, 2017     |   Doug Thaler
    infrastructure inspections

    Roads and Bridges publication this week came out with an article evidencing the work that still needs to be done to update our infrastructure. See below. "Home»ROADS/BRIDGES: Nearly 59,000 U.S. bridges still structurally deficient, ARTBA report finds   ROADS/BRIDGES: Nearly 59,000 U.S....

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