Structural inspections secure that elements used during construction are sound and safe. AMAA inspectors perform all structural inspections listed on the TR1. Our inspectors account for location and size of members, as well as reinforcing steel grade, spacing, supports, and coatings, adhere to approved drawings. Additionally, we provide the following non-destructive testing (NDT) services: ultrasonic testing, magnetic particle testing, and dye penetrant testing for thorough steel connection analysis. Our licensed and accredited concrete laboratory is fully capable of providing all necessary tests to certify a required TR2 for your project.

Structural Inspection Services:

  • Structural Steel – Certified Welding Inspections as per BC 1704.3.1:
  • Structural Steel – Details as per BC 1704.3.2:
  • Structural Steel – High Strength Bolting Inspections as per BC 1704.3.3:
    • Skidmore Testing
  • Structural Cold-Formed Steel as per BC 1704.3.4
  • Concrete – Cast-In-Place as per BC 1704.4:
    • Slump, Compressive Testing
  • Concrete – Precast as per BC 1704.4
  • Concrete – Prestressed as per BC 1704.4
  • Masonry as per BC 1704.5:
    • Grout and Mortar Sampling and Testing
    • Pull-off Testing for Membranes
  • Wood – Installation of High-Load Diaphragms as per BC 1704.6.1
  • Wood – Installation of Metal-Plate-Connected Trusses as per BC 1704.6.2
  • Wood – Installation of Prefabricated I-Joists as per BC 1704.6.3
  • High-Pressure Steam Piping (Welding) as per BC 1704.18:
  • High Temperature Hot Water Piping (Welding) as per BC 1704.18:
  • High-Pressure Fuel-Gas Piping (Welding) as per BC 1704.19:
  • Structural Stability – Existing Buildings as per BC 1704.20.1
  • Aluminum Welding as per BC 1704.28:
  • Post-installed Anchors (BB# 2014-2018, 2014-2019) as per BC 1704.32:
    • Anchors Pull-Testing
  • Concrete Design Mix (TR3) as per BC 1905.3 and 1913.5
  • Concrete Sampling and Testing (TR2) as per BC 1905.6 and 1913.10
  • Structural Wood Frame as per BC 110.3.3