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INSPECTION COVERAGE

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER INSPECTIONS - CENTRAL TEXAS

INSPECTION COVERAGE

STRUCTURAL + BUILDING SYSTEMS

STRUCTURAL ONLY

Inspector Credentials: 30+ Years Individual Professional Engineering Practice Experience

Inspector Credentials: 25+ Years Practicing as a Texas Licensed Professional Engineer

Inspector Credentials: 15+ Years Individual Professional Structural Forensic and Expert Witness Experience

Inspector Credentials: 13+ Years Experience as Expert Witness in Federal and Texas District Courts

On-Site Engineering Analysis & Consultation

Slab-on Grade-Foundation Systems

Pier & Beam Foundation Systems

Foundation Perimeter/Crawl Space Gravity Surface Drainage Systems

Building: Wall Covering Systems

Building: Ceiling & Floor Covering Systems

Building: Garage, Porch, Patio, Deck, and Carport Systems

SI

Building: Structural Openings

SI

Building: Heating, Ventilation & A/C Systems

N/A

Building: Plumbing Systems

N/A

Building: Electrical Systems

N/A

Building: Stair-Elevator Systems

SI

Outbuildings

SI

Building: Roof Attic Spaces

SI

Building: Roof Covering Systems

N/A

Building: Fireplace/Chimney Systems

SI

Building: Kitchen Built-in Appliances

N/A

Written Documentary Inspection Report

N/A

Written Engineering Report Sealed by a Texas Licensed Engineer

TDLR

Building: Water Well Systems

TDLR

N/A

Building: Water Feature, Spa, and/or Swimming Pool Systems

TDLR

N/A

Building: Septic/Aerobic Waste Systems

TDLR

N/A

Building: Irrigation & Security Systems

TDLR

N/A

Keynotes:
SI = Inspected if Structurally Impacted.
✓ = Always Inspected
N/A = Not applicable.
TDLR = Requires Separate Inspection by Texas Licensed Professional (TDLR)

Structural Engineer Inspections – Central Texas 

Why get a Structural Inspection?

JEFFERY L. LINEBERGER, PE“…Peace of mind is by far the most frequent reason for getting a structural inspection…”

Buyers, sellers, or investors typically use these inspections to decide what, if any, future repair costs my result from a failed building system such as its foundation or frame. More often than not, a proper structural inspection will show a building’s hidden performance issues before they become  structural integrity problems.

Structural Engineer Inspections – Central Texas

All Structural Inspectionsare done according to the “Guidelines for the Evaluation and Repair of Residential Foundations – Version 2″ (ASCE Guideline: Level A Investigation). This level of investigation reports first impressions and shall not imply that any higher level of investigation has been performed. This level of investigation typically includes, but is not restricted to: 1. An occupant, owner and client interview if possible (regarding a history of the property and performance of the structure); 2. A request and later review of all relevant documents available from the client (e. g. foundation documents, construction drawings, geotechnical reports, structural diagnostic reports, previous engineering opinions & testing); 3. Visual observations during a physical walk-through of the facility investigated; 4. Identifying factors influencing the performance of the foundation; 5. If requested by the client, providing a written report, containing at least the following: a) scope of services, observations, site characteristics, and data deemed pertinent by the engineer; b) a discussion of major factors influencing foundation performance and rationale in reaching conclusions about the subject residence; c) conclusions and any recommendations for further investigation and remedial or preventive measures.

Structural Engineer Inspections – Central Texas Structural Engineer Inspections – Central Texas