This division (certified according to UNI EN ISO 9001:2008) offers a large number of services in the following areas: CONSTRUCTION, GEOTECHNICS, ON-SITE SURVEYS, TESTING AND FINAL INSPECTIONS.
The laboratory is authorised by the Italian Ministry of Public Works according to Ministerial Decree No. 22913 of 27/11/1982 and Regulation No. 1086 of 05/11/1971.
Testing of production products is carried out mainly on: fresh and hardened concrete, cement, steel bars, rolls and strands for construction and on steel structures, load bearing and non load bearing masonry, floors, mortar for walls and plastering, coverings, road kerbstones, additives, adhesives, paving and flooring materials.Geotechnics
The “Geotechnics” Laboratory operates in the field of structural and road construction for the assessment of characteristics of materials according to current legal requirements, regulations and contractual specifications.
The laboratory is fitted with all necessary equipment as specified in the recent Italian Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport Circular No. 7618/STC of 8 September 2010 relative to geotechnical testing on ground and rocks. The laboratory also carries out initial characterisation testing of aggregates as specified in the Construction Products Directive and verification for the correct laying of materials on-site.
On-site surveys, testing and final inspection
The activities of surveys, testing and final inspection are carried out in collaboration with designers, project managers and inspectors who conduct investigations preliminary to the drafting of the project and perform mandatory inspections to be carried out during the building phase as specified in Ministerial Decree of 14 January 2008.
The laboratory is staffed by highly qualified personnel with 20 years experience in the sector and carries
out analysis and controls on structures in reinforced concrete (e.g. floors, bridges, viaducts, piles and foundation walls), masonry structures, inspections in the laboratory and whatever else is required by the Customer.