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Construction Materials Testing
Construction Materials Testing (CMT) describes several different types of services, but it primarily involves testing structural materials used to build a new project from the ground up, materials and components used to construct a new addition, or new components being added to an existing facility. These include earthwork, shallow and deep foundations, destructive and non-destructive concrete testing, wood construction observations, structural masonry, structural steel, sprayed-on fireproofing, exterior insulation and finishing systems (EIFs), roofing evaluation and testing, and asphalt pavement evaluation and testing.
ECS Offers a Variety of Professional Construction Materials Testing Services
Observation services help confirm that construction materials within new elements meet the designer’s intent.
Special Inspections test items that require a construction materials testing and inspection program to be conducted by a third party, specifically including new building.
Third-party evaluations are jurisdictionally approved evaulations performed in place of services usually conducted by a local building code inspector (Can only be requested / approved by local municipal code inspectors).
Performed in place of services usually conducted by a local building code inspector (Can only be requested / approved by local municipal code inspectors).
Civil testing observes and tests elements, such as parking lots, utilities, stormwater ponds, drainage systems, asphalt, concrete curbs, pavement and some retaining walls.
Contact your local ECS office for specific construction materials testing needs, questions or a complete listing of our testing services.