Ground improvement is often required for construction projects which might include such things as removing non-suitable material and placement of engineered fill, piles or stabilisation. This process requires engineering inspections and construction records to document the process, to meet building standards and local government requirements.
Construction verification is determined by the geotechnical design and building/construction codes. Inspections of the removal and placement of material might include:
- Confirmation of topsoil strip removal of organics
- Placement of engineered fill
- Compaction verification with NDM and Clegg Hammer
- Placement of geo-grid or other composite fabrics
Issue of Producer Statement PS4.
A key part of construction verification is avoiding site delay. RDCL understands the critical nature of construction schedules. We have teams of personnel at the ready to deploy to residential and commercial sites with a suite of tooling for construction verification. All testing is checked and verified through our quality management system and reports are issued with construction records and reports.