PDS services document the primary issues: salvageable standing structures, damage to concrete and uses as it applies to adjacent property structures. The mission and founding PDS principle will always remain…to protect and secure the integrity of the building structure within its natural environment.
PDS experts are trained to discover the seen and uncover the “unseen” potential liabilities. Step one is to identify the source of the water entry, the materials of the damaged structures and the photos provide a clear image of the required property restoration process.
During the on-site walk through, PDS documents: the measurements of damaged space, level of separation (i.e. space between kitchen and dining area), equipment layout and placement (according to the floor plan) and sustainability of the sprinkler systems. All repair, replacements, and reconstruction processes comply with current building code upgrades.
Once the foundation has been jeopardized, PDS analyzes key factors affecting the loss of stability. The most common are: the depth of the concrete, the material supporting the concrete, the size and spacing of the attachments imbedded in the concrete. PDS presents visuals and the collected data in the Property Investigation Report.
PDS investigates fire separation issues to ensure proper space allocation for specific facility needs, identifies wall types specifically bearing structures and analyzes all systems which impact building sustainability. During this process, PDS delivers reconstruction requirements that are incompliance with the current building codes.
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Chris is easy to work with and is knowledgeable in multiple work processes. Depending on the size of the project, PDS isobtaining licensing permits.