We undertake surveys to provide risk engineering reports for major projects.
The following programs are covered:
These programs may be extended to cover Enterprise-Wide Risk Management Services across all facets of the organization.
Our technical surveys and inspections are undertaken by a highly experienced team of surveyors and engineers at the pre-risk stage and on an ongoing basis.
We are regularly involved in surveys of wide range of projects in the region operations from capital projects, engineering and construction, underground and surface rail transportation and systems, road bulk transportation, bulk pipelines, platforms, ports, production lines, machinery breakdowns, loss of profits following breakdowns, deterioration of stock, plant, equipment, construction risks and other major infrastructure in the transportation, manufacturing, mining, commercial and public sectors.
Large Corporate Surveys
We undertake surveys to provide risk engineering reports for major projects. Under the large corporate surveys items like fire protection, security, enterprise architecture risk and security (ERSM), probable maximum losses (PML), business and contingent business interruption risks, dependency factors, emergency / evacuation preparedness, business continuity plans, etc. are scrutinized in detail depending on specific client requests. Surveys can cover large capital projects, construction stage or operation as well as liability exposure. These studies assists to develop a broader risk management strategy.
This is a critical service where there is a construction or renovation/ upgrade project or induced deformations by mining that could impact existing third party properties through the effects of blasting, demolitions, subsidence and excavations.
All prominent defects in the form of cracks, settlement, movement, water seepage, spalling concrete, distortion, subsidence and other structural defects will be recorded in photographs including satellite imagery together with notes.
A post-construction survey will highlight any building defects that have occurred or caused by construction works since the first survey or after construction.
These include buildings, fleets, plant, machinery, equipment, pipelines, work in progress, stock, etc. In the petrochemical and chemical industries we cover wide range of technologies and hazards from large vapour cloud explosions to significant corrosive and toxic hazards. The surveys covers operation and management of the site as well as its physical condition. The comprehensive valuation report cover information and risk factors such a structural survey, physical risk & exposure, EML/PML & Safety measures. Applying proper valuation methodology and calculations.
We use monitoring system that is based on satellite imaging technology with advanced signal-processing techniques, known as differential radar-interferometric techniques is used for remote detection and the monitoring of surface subsidence.
The remote monitoring system allows for the rapid detection of millimetre-scale surface deformation while frequent observations allows for the monitoring of the evolution of deforming areas over time. This makes early warning of surface instabilities in high risk areas a possibility. This means that mines and municipalities can proactively neutralise dangerous health and safety conditions and minimise the potential for damage to their assets.
The information derived from the analysis of microwave data, will be useful for long-term monitoring efforts to guide future development planning and subsidence risk assessment.