Nondestructive evaluation can provide critical information clients need to make repair, maintenance, or modification decisions for their structures.
In this episode of WJE's Solving for Why series, structural engineer Thomas Frankie demonstrates the use of one nondestructive evaluation tool—a hand-held ground penetrating radar unit—to locate as-built structural elements in a historic building lacking original construction drawings.
WHAT GOES ON IN THE LAB?
WJE's Janney Technical Center provides a wide range of chemical, petrographic, metallurgical, environmental, and structural testing capabilities to our clients. Take a look inside our laboratories through more of our "Solving for Why" series as WJE experts walk through some of the tests we regularly perform to solve our clients' built world problems.
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