Our Services

Construction Engineering Inspection

Our professional CEI services include quality control/quality assurance oversight and review for construction and engineering projects. Our engineering technicians are trained to provide documentation of construction materials and to monitor workmanship and material conformance to project specifications.

Our involvement helps prevent deviations that can affect the quality or compromise the design of the project.

Our certified inspectors understand current building, city and state codes, regulations and requirements. We have successfully provided CEI services for projects across Florida, including projects for the US Army Corps of Engineers.

Some of our key Construction Engineering Inspection (CEI) services include:

Construction Administration
  • Processing payments
  • Budget support
  • Documentation
  • Liaison
Construction Engineering
  • Schedule support
  • Utility coordination
  • Survey control
Inspection
  • Construction
  • Geotechnical
  • Materials Testing
  • Quality Management
Human Resources
  • Personnel
  • Training
  • Project Staffing
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Events

2019 ACEC-EEA National Recognition Award

Kumar Allady along with Matt Sturm of Condotte America win for the ‘Tamiami Trail Bridge Life Cycle Monitoring’. The project got the National Recognition Award at the 2019 ACEC’s Engineering Excellence Awards (EEA) Annual Event at Washington Marriott Wardman Park yesterday (May 7).