Dayton will inspect nearby structures, roadways, and utilities before activity begins to set a baseline condition.
Dayton will inspect nearby structures, roadways, and utilities after activity ends to note any changes (or lack thereof).
DIRECT VIBRATION MONITORING
A Dayton technician will be on-site to monitor vibration levels using state-of-the-art equipment.
REMOTE VIBRATION MONITORING
Dayton will install equipment to monitor vibrations that will send data back to our home office. They have the ability to operate off of the grid utilizing solar power.
Dayton will use cutting-edge equipment to record noise levels for various analytical studies or applications.
Dayton will install piezometers to measure both groundwater pressure and level.
Dayton's tilt meters will record any change in the inclination of a structure either directly or utilizing our remote monitoring system.
Utilizing slope-indicator inclinometers, Dayton will install and monitor geo-technical stability.
DIRECT HORIZONTAL + VERTICAL CONTROL AND MONITORING (SURVEYING)
A Dayton technician or surveyor will be on-site to take readings of structural movement at specified intervals.
TOTAL ROBOTIC STATION HORIZONTAL + VERTICAL CONTROL AND MONITORING
An automated robotic survey gun will be installed to take readings and monitor movement of specified structures either on or around the worksite.
Dayton technicians are able to install and monitor existing cracks to develop baselines and follow telltale signs of critical movement on structures.
DAMAGE CLAIM INVESTIGATION AND FORENSIC ANALYSIS
Dayton will conduct forensic, construction, or blast-related analysis on structures, wells, water, wastewater, and municipal projects.
Dayton has professionally licensed engineers on staff specializing in vibration analysis and prediction. They are also experts in construction, geotechnical, structural, municipal, water , and wastewater applications.
Dayton will conduct site photography, videography, and inspection.
FIRE ESCAPE INSPECTIONS (CITY OF PHILADELPHIA)
Section F-1101.1 of the Philadelphia Code requires owners of buildings with fire escapes or fire escape balconies to have these places inspected by a professional. Dayton has engineers and technicians on board who can inspect these places and file reports upon these inspections.