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Comprehensive services for Repair
Cracks in the RCC, walls or plaster, seepage through walls and slabs, hollowness in RCC or plaster and corrosion of reinforcement are some of the common signs of distress, which suggest that your building needs to be repaired. Structural damage can be very serious and should be attended to immediately. Repair/ rehabilitation of a building is a specialized job requiring good engineering judgment, experience and special skills. It also requires experience in the fields of tendering, project management and dispute resolution.

Under StructCare™ we offer a comprehensive and standardized methodology for repair-rehabilitation of structures, spread over the following phases:

Phase I: Assessment, scheme of repair and cost estimate
  1. Collection of basic information about the building and about previous repair/ maintenance/ extension works
  2. Visual survey of the building and ancillary structures in the premises and taking measurements for the cost estimate
  3. Conducting non-destructive, chemical or other tests, if necessary
  4. Deciding on a scheme repair
  5. Preparing an item wise estimate of cost based on guideline rates along with assignment of priorities, if necessary

Phase II: Tendering and evaluation of bids received
  1. Finalizing the scheme of repair and dividing work into phases, if necessary, in consultation with the client
  2. Preparing specifications of work, conditions of contract and bill of quantities
  3. Preparing the Tender document
  4. Assisting the client to invite bids from contractors
  5. Evaluating bids received, preparing comparative statement and advising on selection of a contractor

Phase III: Supervision and certification
  1. Advising for signing the contract and completing formalities as per the Tender conditions
  2. Briefing session for the contractor for deciding on a mechanism on reporting and quality control
  3. Providing necessary technical support during the execution of work
  4. Periodic evaluation of quality and progress of work through site visits and meetings
  5. Regular supervision of work through our engineer, if necessary
  6. Checking of measurements and certification of contractor’s bills
  7. Certification of virtual completion of work
Phase IV: Completion and defect liability period
  1. Completion report giving description and terms of work completed and terms of maintenance during defect liability period
  2. Inspecting the work towards the end of the defect liability period, if necessary and submitting a report