Inspection during construction process

The inspection during construction process provides an accurate field monitoring with the purpose of verifying the compliance of the work with the criteria for good execution provided for by the relevant regulations. The objective of the technical control during construction is to reduce the risks associated with non-compliance, verifying the supply of materials and the way the work is carried out and ensuring the quality of construction. The technical assessment is valid as proof for insurability purposes through a ten-year insurance policy to cover damages and defects (according to the provisions of Law 210/04 and Legislative Decree 122/05).

Based on inputs provided by customers (quality plan, customer requirements, project description, designs and drawings, etc.), ASACERT prepares a fully tailored Assessment Plan for the specific building project, indicating type, amount and frequency of the assessments that will take place at the building site with the client.

Objects of the inspection during construction process

  • Contractual conditions
  • Design assessment
  • Documents adequacy
  • Compliance to Regulations in force
  • Quality control on materials
  • Stability and endurance of structural elements
  • Durability test through non-destructive assessment
  • Maintenaibility of the structure
  • Dimensional assessment

Additional specific tests can be conducted in qualified testing laboratories to assess the strength, durability and suitability of construction materials (rocks, concrete, bricks, mortar, plaster, steel and polymers).

Customers receive systematic reports as listed below:

  • Documental and Design Inspection Report
  • Inspection Report
  • Intermediate Inspection Report
  • Final Inspection Report

At the end of the project, ASACERT provides customers with both the Final Inspection Report based on the auditing activities and the Inspection Certificate, subject to the positive inspection’s results.

The advantages of an inspection during construction process

  • Greater guarantee of structural safety
  • Reduced costs for manteinance and management
  • Preservation of the property value over time
  • Reduction of litigations
  • Improvement of insurance quality