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For everyone's safety.
Testing bridges and engineering structures are subject not only to higher traffic loads but also to fluctuating environmental conditions. Inspecting and testing structures enables defects and damage to be detected and evaluated. HI Bauprojekt GmbH offers its customers expert support for structural maintenance, testing according to DIN 1076, determination of the residual service life, and proposals for renovation. For everyone's safety.
DIN 1076 specifies the inspection and testing of engineering structures:
The necessity for testing structures
- Inspections and testing for structural maintenance
- Compliance with the quality management system for engineering structures
- Determination of the residual service life
- Creating structure log books and registers of structures
- Preparing test reports
- Updating structure log books
- Data collection with the "SIB-Bauwerke" software program
- Performance of individual tests on structures
- Longer term inspection and testing according at the intervals specified in DIN 1076
- Providing services for road maintenance authorities
- Register of structures
We know the loads that such structures are subject to. It is essential to test bridges and engineering structures regularly according to DIN 1076 in order to ensure that these structures remain safe and fit for use over the long term. This is everyday business for our experienced engineers. They carry out tests, and write test reports and structure log books. New knowledge is compared with existing data, and reliably documented in the "SIB-Bauwerke" program. The range of services covers not only the testing of individual structures, but also long-term inspection and testing at the intervals specified by DIN 1076. The bridges and engineering structures we have tested during the last 15 years are a testament to the acknowledged, consistently high quality of our work.
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