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  1. Geodetic survey
  2. Engineering geological investigations
  3. Geophysical research
  4. Structural survey and strengthening
  • Geometric survey of load bearing structures
  • Identifying the dimensions of the structural elements of buildings
  • Technical information about how the property was constructed (Identification of structure system types)
  • Non-destructive and laboratory testing of materials used for construction
  • Identification of all major and minor defects found within the property, and the implication that these defects will have
  • Determining the level of concrete neutralization and its ability to reliably protect the reinforcement bars
  • Determining the level of reinforcement corrosion and its impact on the bearing capacity of the structural elements
  • Verification of the bearing capacity, safety and reliability of the structure by developing spatial models and numerical analysis
  • Assessment of the necessity for retrofitting and strengthening the structure
  • Detailed provision of measures for ensuring safe changes in the function of buildings, extension of structures and removal of structural elements in accordance to the Client’s investment intensions
  1. Nonlinear analysis of geotechnical structures by Finite Element Method (FEM)
  2. Slope stability analysis
  3. Liquefaction potential assessment
  4. Developing projects for:
  • Retaining structures
  • Stabilization of settled buildings and unstable slopes
  • Strengthening of foundations and soil improvement
  • Geotechnical monitoring
  1. Integrity testing (soil, piles, diaphragm walls, etc.)
  2. Delivery and installation of specialized instrumentation for monitoring:
  • Piezometers
  • Inclinometers
  • Settlement gauges
  • Pressure cells
  • Extensometers
  • Tiltmeters
  • Environmental stations
  • Dataloggers
  1. Monitoring of the displacements of wide areas (slopes, tailing tams, rocks, etc.) by satellite system (GPS and DInSAR)
  2. Result analysis from performed monitoring
  3. Reporting on regular basis
  1. In-situ measurement of natural frequency of structures
  2. In-situ measurement of vibration caused by:
  • Machinery (generators, presses, metal-forming machines, etc.)
  • Traffic (railways, pedestrian and street traffic, etc.)
  • Nature (earthquakes, wind, etc.)
  1. Numerical analysis for the sake of evaluating the dynamic performance of structures
  2. Improvement of the seismic behavior of the structure by application of alternative methods for seismic strengthening:
  • Supporting by spring and damper elements
  • Installation of tuned mass dampers
  • Implementation of seismic protection at the base
  1. Development of vibration control projects including
  • Notes and calculation report
  • Drawings
  • Detailed description of adopted vibration control elements and provisions for their installation
  1. Delivery and installation of the vibration control elements
  2. Dynamic monitoring which includes
  • Delivery and installation of accelerographs
  • Reporting in case of dynamic load registration
  1. Structures (shopping centers, airports, hotels, residential buildings, office buildings, warehouses, industrial buildings, supermarkets etc.)
  • Monolithic reinforced concrete structures
  • Steel structures
  • Precast & prestressed reinforced concrete structures
  • Wooden structures
  • Performance-Based Design
  • Structural evaluation of existing buildings
  • Structural design of new additions to existing buildings
  • Seismic retrofit of existing buildings and structures
  • Modeling using Finite Element Method (FEM) – linear and nonlinear analysis
  1. Geotechnics
  • Cantilever retaining walls
  • Gabion retaining walls
  • Geotextile/Geocell retaining walls
  • Deep excavation retaining structures
  • Anchors and soil nails
  • Special foundations (piles, combined piled rafts and other hybrid structures)
  • Slope stabilization
  • Soil improvement (rapid compaction, jet-grouting and other methods)
  • Modeling using Finite Element Method (FEM) – linear and nonlinear analysis