Analysis of the construction site
Any construction project requires that the construction site be analyzed first and that all the necessary technical and economic calculations be done and measurements be made in a timely fashion. This pre-construction phase is required by law. The construction company must also receive appropriate permits to start the construction.
The importance of this stage is hard to overestimate since it is at this stage that the final changes to the project are made and appropriate solutions are being developed. In order to avoid future problems due to a poorly executed analysis of the site, this part of the project should be assigned to a company that has enough experience and competencies and whose team is familiar with the latest technologies available on the market.
Analysis of existing objectsmore
As part of the geodetic survey the team:
1. collects all the documents available, including documents from various archives;
2. carries out measurements and calculations at the site;
3. processes the information collected and prepares the final report with all the findings.
It is a thorough and comprehensive analysis at this stage that allows to avoid serious problems and additional expenses at the consequent stages of the project.
1. analyzing available documents on the geological aspects of the land;
2. drilling holes in the ground;
3. extracting specimens of soil and subsoil waters for further analysis;
4. testing the specimens of the soil and the water both at the site and at a laboratory.
5. identifying and assessing the geological processes that can pose potential risks to the project;
6. preparing the final report with all the findings.
A thorough geological survey allows to carry out all the necessary works to strengthen the foundation of the future building and implement a draining system if needed. A comprehensive geological survey is always necessary to make sure that the project does not face serious problems later on at the construction phase.
The environmental survey includes:
1. analysis of available documents on the environmental aspects of the site;
2. visual inspection as well as necessary tests and measurements of the soil, subsoil water, air, radiation level;
3. preparation of the final report with all the findings that include both the current state of the environment (soil, subsoil water, and air) and recommendations on protecting the environment or mitigating potential negative effects that the construction may cause.