CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT is a special branch of Management which has evolved to supervise, coordinate, control and inspect some of the complex activities of modern construction. The main objectives can be considered into responsibility of ensuring the completion of the work within a specified TIME frame and COST restrictions without sacrificing the QUALITY of work.
Inspection Services Group
ENGINEERING INSPECTIONS is a very important function that can be carried out satisfactorily only by trusted and experienced ENGINEERS / INSPECTORS whose integrity and competence are beyond doubt.
Special Engineering Services
Responsible for designing and building Canada’s infrastructure which is vital to our social, economic and environmental quality of life arried out by teams that are comprised of a variety of professions and disciplines in addition to engineers and technologists
NDE is the name to the various processes of inspection which do not render the item examined unfit for further use with an effective methods at minimum cost, not only to detect the defects but also to determine sizes and types.
Materials Evaluation Group
The CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES relies heavily on the quality of materials available for construction.
Geotechnical Investigation Group
The performance of structures in terms of safety and economy depends to a large degree on the supporting soil. Accurate determination of the subsurface conditions and parameters for designing foundations cannot be over-emphasized.
Mineral exploration is a sequential process of information gathering that assesses the mineral potential of a given area. It starts with an idea or geologic model that identifies lands worthy of further exploration.
Water Well Exploration
A water well is an excavation or structure created in the ground by digging, driving, boring, or drilling to access groundwater in underground aquifers.
Water Resources Investigation
Water-related issues, including investigative studies, planning, design, construction services, and operations and maintenance.
Geo-Electrical Resistivity Survey
Electrical resistance survey(also called earth resistance or resistivity survey) is one of a number of methods used in archaeological geophysics. In this type of survey electrical resistance meters are used to detect and map subsurface archaeological features and patterning.
Environmental assessment (EA) is the assessment of the environmental consequences (positive and negative) of a plan, policy, program, or actual projects prior to the decision to move forward with the proposed action.
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