ESG’s infrastructure experts will be on stand throughout the two day event to showcase the company’s concrete testing capabilities including, fresh concrete testing in UKAS accredited laboratories, hardened concrete testing, concrete cube collection service, concrete investigations, on-site sampling and inspection and chemical analysis of concrete services.
With fully equipped field concrete testing specialised teams covering the UK, ESG is able to provide a comprehensive testing service to prove the quality of fresh and hardened concrete. This encompasses UKAS accredited on-site manufacture of cubes, workability and air content testing and laboratory tests to determine compressive strength, density and cement content.
As well as concrete testing advice, ESG will be able to provide further details regarding structural investigations. ESG has extensive experience in completing condition surveys together with destructive and non-destructive investigations on all types of reinforced and mass concrete, brick and steel structures, including buildings, bridges, tunnels, roads and viaducts. ESG can also provide a complete service from materials sampling and analysis through to the preparation and presentation of expert reports.Structural investigation services include, structural surveys, brickwork and masonry surveys, metal structure surveys, paints and coatings laboratory testing and waterproofing.
Roger Rattue, regional director, Infrastructure Services, ESG, commented: “We are pleased to be involved in the first year of Evolving Concrete as it is a great platform to inform visitors of our concrete testing capabilities, as well as providing our technical expertise regarding structural investigations. This event is aimed specifically at consultants, designers, specifiers, architects, architectural technologists and contractors, so we look forward to discussing our capabilities with them further.”
Evolving Concrete will take place on 6 and 7 May at the Business Design Centre, Angel Islington, London. For further details about the event, visit: www.evolving-concrete.org/