Structural Safety Audit

Make your workplace Safe with Structural Safety Audit Services by Elion

Elion is a leading consulting firm carrying out structural safety audit. At Elion our team of expertise structural auditor are conducting structural audit to make your buildings and infrastructure safer and more secure. Our structural safety auditor comprises of B.Tech Civil and MTech structural which are carrying out structural safety audit. We carry out end to end structural audit for existing buildings, warehouse, residential building, commercial building, hospital, hotels, industries and much more. Our experts lie in providing end to end services to our client to ensure that their premises are safer.

We audit the complete facility existing or new to ensure that the structure is overall safe to be occupied. We just don’t limit our self to external structure but also the internal part including false ceiling, lighting, plumbing, ventilation and more. Our scope of work for structural audit is customised as per the client requirement. Our structural auditor carry out in depth study.

We also undertake various kinds of Non-Destructive Testing (NDT Testing), Rebound Hammer Testing, Pulse testing and much more.

We provide practical possible solution to be implemented at site for structural safety.

The scope of work for a structural audit can vary depending on the type of structure, its purpose, and local regulations. However, the following elements are commonly included in the scope of work for a structural audit by team Elion:

  1. Initial Assessment:
    • Review of existing design and construction documents.
    • Preliminary site inspection to identify visible signs of distress or damage.
    • Interviews with facility managers or owners to gather historical information.
  2. Structural Analysis:
    • Structural analysis using appropriate methods and tools to assess the load-carrying capacity of the structure.
    • Evaluation of the structural system’s performance under various loads, including dead loads, live loads, wind loads, and seismic loads.
  3. Material Testing:
    • Testing of construction materials (concrete, steel, etc.) to determine their strength, durability, and overall condition.
    • Non-destructive testing methods such as ultrasonic testing, radiography, or ground-penetrating radar may be employed.
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4. Condition Assessment:

    • Detailed inspection of structural elements such as beams, columns, slabs, foundations, and connections.
    • Identification and documentation of any visible distress, cracks, corrosion, deformation, or other signs of structural deterioration.

5. Load Testing (if required):

    • Conducting load tests to assess the actual performance of the structure under specified loads.
    • This may involve applying additional loads to measure deflections and assess the structure’s response.

6. Code Compliance Review:

    • Evaluation of the structure’s compliance with local building codes and standards.
    • Identification of any deficiencies or violations that need to be addressed.

7. Recommendations and Remedial Measures:

    • Preparation of a detailed report outlining findings, recommendations, and prioritized remedial measures.
    • Suggestions for repairs, retrofitting, or strengthening based on the structural assessment.

8. Cost Estimation:

    • Providing an estimate of the costs associated with recommended repairs and maintenance activities.

9. Review of As-Built Drawings:

    • Comparison of as-built drawings with the actual construction to identify any deviations or changes that may affect structural integrity.

10. Review of Maintenance Practices:

    • Assessment of the maintenance practices adopted for the structure and recommendations for ongoing maintenance to prevent future issues.

11. Risk Assessment:

    • Evaluation of potential risks associated with the current structural condition and recommendations for risk mitigation.

12. Follow-Up Inspections:

    • Recommendations for the frequency of follow-up inspections to monitor the ongoing condition of the structure.

It’s important to note that the scope of work may vary based on the specific requirements of the project, the type of structure being assessed, and any applicable local regulations or standards. Engaging qualified structural engineers or consultants is crucial for a thorough and accurate structural audit.

To have a customised quote for structural audit contact us at 88-5208-5208