Certified civil engineer, in partnership with an underwater works company SIA Dronelab, performs a visual inspection of bridges with photo-fixation and an opinion with notes on detected defects, extent of defects and their connections. A team of professional divers is engaged to survey the underwater part, which takes photos, films and measurements.
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Certified structural engineer in visual inspection of bridges
A certified civil engineer is a professional specialist who has obtained a specific certificate or license that proves his qualifications in the construction industry. Such an engineer is authorized to carry out various construction projects, including site surveying, evaluation and research.
Ltd. Dronelab offers to carry out a visual survey of bridges using photo-fixation. This process involves the use of drones to perform accurate and detailed aerial surveys of bridges. Such technology can be useful for identifying potential defects or problems in bridges, as well as for assessing their technical condition.
Civil engineers from Ltd. Dronelab carry out a visual survey of the bridges, and then they prepare an opinion with detailed notes on the detected defects. This opinion may also include the extent of defects and their potential consequences. This would help bridge owners or managers to plan necessary repairs or maintenance to ensure the long-term and safe operation of bridges.
The involvement of certified structural engineers in such studies is essential, as they are qualified to assess the condition of construction structures and draw the necessary conclusions and recommendations. The use of drones allows for detailed images and data that might otherwise be difficult to achieve or time-consuming using other survey methods.
These types of services are important in the context of infrastructure maintenance and safety, and can help save time and resources by effectively monitoring bridges.