Understanding the current condition of our infrastructure is vital in preserving infrastructure assets worldwide. Updating current inspection methods to utilize technology and robotics can save
Water Control Structure Inspection Services
Locating corrosion and deterioration early is important to keep our infrastructure and traveling public safe. Utilizing modern technology and robotics is a first step to making this happen.
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Infrastructure Preservation Corporation has integrated proven non-destructive testing and modern technology into robotic delivery vehicles in order to provide quantitative data to asset owners worldwide. These devices can peer through concrete and steel as well as visually assess a structure to provide advanced condition assessment reports.
Roadway Inspections peers through concrete and steel.
Locate voids, water intrusion, cover thickness and other anamolys before they become visible or dangerous.
Wire Rope inspection service. Locate loss of metallic area. Know when to replace your wire rope.
Concrete crack inspection service. Completely maps concrete cracking on structures. Provides 2d and 3d images. Overlays show crack progression over time. Provides x,y and z access of issues on the structure.
Dam and Water Control Structure Non Destructive Testing Condition Assessment Reports
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