Plans and permits
Although, the word “corrosion” is most often associated with “rust” and the oxidation of other metalsit has also being defined as, “the deterioration of a material or its properties due to a reaction of that material with its chemical environment.” It is inclusive of the deterioration of all materials, which can be caused through sun exposure, mold and mildew, wind, and other environmental elements.
Facilities affected by corrosion include pipelines, fuel tanks, pavements, roofs, transformers, switchgear, electrical boxes, HVAC equipment, water towers, fire hydrants, motors, compressors, bridges, wharfs, piers, connectors, fencing, boilers, ladders, stairways, wash racks, fire sprinkler systems, airfield pavements, steam, tankage, POL and water distribution lines. Corrosion effects often remain unseen or unnoticed until failure occurs. Facility vulnerability and the potential effects of corrosion need to be fully evaluated and understood as a requirement. It should be included in project planning, acquisition (RFP and SOW), design, construction, and sustainment phases and activities.
All our projects includes:
|Site plan.||Floor plan.||Soil Report.||Mechanical Plan|
|Utility Detail.||Exterior elevation.||Foundation plan.||Mechanical Schedule|
|Site Detail.||Interior elevation||Foundation detail.||Mechanical Detail|
|Storm drainage.||General notes.||Wall Section.||Electrical Plan|
|SWMP.||ADA.||Structural frame/Roof.||Lightning Plan|
|Structure general notes.||Construction Detail.||SWMD.||Plumbing Plan.|
|Plumbing Detail .|