INSPECTION SERVICES


BUILDING

Special Inspection – Are inspections performed by either a state licensed engineer or building inspector that are required by the building code and are not performed by the city or county inspectors.


Residential Inspection – Are inspections performed by a state licensed inspector on residential structures.


Condition Report – Is a report issued after an initial inspection that specifies the current existing conditions of a structure.


Metal Framing Inspection – Is an inspection performed by a state licensed inspector of the metal framing installation.


Wood Framing Inspection – Is an inspection performed by a state licensed inspector of the wood framing installation.


Bolt Torque Inspection – Is an inspection performed by a state licensed inspector of the proper torqueing and installation of bolted structural members.


Roofing Inspection – Is an inspection performed by a state licensed inspector of the roof system components.


Reinforced Masonry Inspection – Is an inspection performed by a state licensed inspector of the reinforced masonry installation.


Post-Tensioning Inspection – Is an inspection performed by a state licensed inspector of the post tension cable installation.


Precast Inspection – Is an inspection performed by a state licensed inspector of the pre-manufactured concrete structures.


Cast-In-Place Inspection – Is an inspection performed by a state licensed inspector of formed in place structures.


Welding Inspection – Is an inspection performed by a state licensed inspector of the welded structural connections.


Shoring and Re-Shoring Verification – Is an inspection performed by a state licensed inspector of the shoring systems used.


Balcony Inspection – Is an inspection performed by a state licensed inspector of the balcony structures.


Building Code Consultation – Is a review of plans and specifications by a state licensed engineer for compliance with building code requirements.


Quality Assurance Inspections – Is an inspection performed by a state licensed inspector to ensure compliance with the plans and specifications.


Plan Review to Code Compliance – Is a review of plans and specifications by a state licensed engineer for compliance with building code requirements.


Expert Witness Testimony – Is a testimony provided by a state licensed engineer as an expert in the field of knowledge for a specific case.

ROOFING

Wind Uplift Calculation – Is the design by a professional engineer of roof system fastening to resist wind uplift pressures.


Complete Roof Analysis – Is a complete roof analysis performed by a state licensed engineer.


Third-Party Oversight – Is an independent analysis of existing roof conditions.

Visual Roof Inspections & Assessments – Is an inspection and analysis of existing roof conditions and issues.


Quality Control Inspections – Is an inspection to verify proper materials and installations.


Forensic Investigation – Is an investigation to determine underlying causes of a failure or a problem.


Expert Witness - Is a testimony provided by a state licensed engineer as an expert in the field of knowledge for a specific case.


Roof Inspection Evaluation Surveys – Is a inspection performed by a roofing technician to evaluate the existing roof conditions.


Recommendations for Corrective Actions – Is a list put together by a professional engineer that specify how to correct a problem area.


Pre-Bid and Pre-Job Conferences – Is a meeting with a professional engineer or his representative prior to construction to formalize a plan of action for completing a project.


Inspection of Work-in-Progress and Completed – Is an inspection performed by a roofing technician at various stages of a roof system construction.


Post-Storm Damage Analysis and Reports – Is an inspection performed by a roofing technician to document existing conditions and damages after a storm event.


Retrofit Mitigation Inspection – Is an inspection performed by a roofing technician to determine steps to perform to comply with roof improvements for wind uplift protection.


Roof Drainage Calculations – Are calculations performed by a professional engineer to determine sizes and number of drains required for a flat roof area.


Special Inspections for Lightweight Concrete Installations – Is an inspection performed by a state licensed inspector or engineer to verify proper LWIC placement and installation.


Insurance Mitigation Inspection – Is an inspection performed by a technician to classify a structure for insurance company discounts for wind protection items.

WHAT WE CAN OFFER


Quality Assurance 

Our Engineers and Inspectors will make sure that the quality of work at your project conforms with the specifications set forth by the approved set of plans.

Licensed

Federal Engineering & Testing Inc. employs licensed Threshold Inspectors, Special Inspectors, and Building Inspectors.

Problem Solving

If any of our Inspectors or Engineers find unconformities at your project they will work with you and advise you of the best way to resolve the issue.

Scheduling

By using us to perform your inspections you can schedule our inspectors to show up when you want them to be there unlike the city or county inspectors. 

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