phased approach to project evaluation

4 Phase Project Management

Preliminary Assessment

The initial phase involves comprehensive site surveys, document reviews, and interviews with key personnel to identify potential areas prone to water leaks. A preliminary inspection is conducted to understand the construction layout, water flow, and other contributing factors. Risk assessments are made, and a checklist is prepared to guide subsequent phases. This phase sets the stage for targeted investigations.


In-Depth Inspection

Building on the preliminary findings, this phase involves a detailed examination of all vulnerable areas using specialized tools like thermal imaging cameras and moisture meters. Problem areas are identified and mapped using CAD (Computer-Aided Design) software. This phase aims to isolate the causes of the leaks, whether they are design flaws, material failures, or execution errors. Recommendations for repairs or redesigns are formulated.


Remedial Action

This phase is the execution of the repair work based on the findings from Phase 2. Teams of skilled technicians address the leakages by employing a range of techniques from patching and sealing to partial reconstruction. Depending on the extent of the issue, additional materials may be sourced and installed. All actions taken are thoroughly documented for future reference and quality control.


Validation and Monitoring

Once the remedial actions are complete, a series of tests including water pressure tests and thermal imaging are conducted to validate the effectiveness of the repairs. This phase includes ongoing monitoring to ensure that the solutions are long-term and sustainable. The findings, along with all the actions taken, are compiled into a final report, which is then reviewed for lessons learned and best practices for future projects.

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Our Core Services

Leverage the proficiency of our technically skilled leak engineers and state-of-the-art technology to accurately locate your elusive water leaks.

We specialize in detecting leaks, assessing damage, and coordinating with your insurance company to agree on repair costs.

We address water penetration issues by employing advanced techniques such as the application/injection of polyurethane resins, foams, epoxy, filtration ramps.

Water leaks and compromised concrete structures are issues that no property owner wants to face, each problem comes with its own set of challenges and costs.


What our clients say about us


"Structural Integrity"

A well-constructed building should have a strong and durable structure that can withstand environmental forces like wind, seismic activity, and heavy loads. The building's foundation, framing, and overall structural design should be sound and meet relevant safety codes and regulations.

Robert Gold



"Quality Materials"

The choice and quality of materials used in construction play a vital role in the longevity and performance of the building. High-quality materials that are appropriate for the purpose of the building should be used, ensuring they meet the required standards. The skill and expertise of the construction team are crucial in ensuring.

Max Twinks



"Aesthetics and Design"

A good building construction should be designed with functionality and efficiency in mind.The visual appeal of a building is an important aspect to consider. A well-designed construction should blend harmoniously with its surroundings and exhibit an aesthetically pleasing appearance.

Lilia Roberts