Special inspections

Special inspections are third party inspections on behalf of the owner performed in order to ensure quality and compliance with all construction documents in a project. Once construction inspection has been satisfactorily completed, a licensed professional engineer signs off on the project.

SPECIAL INSPECTIONS

Special inspections are third party inspections on behalf of the owner performed in order to ensure quality and compliance with all construction documents in a project. Once construction inspection has been satisfactorily completed, a licensed professional engineer signs off on the project.

SPECIAL INSPECTIONS SERVICES IN NEW JERSEY

In NJ, Sabio Engineering Services is fully accredited and certified to perform the following special inspection items:

  1. Structural Masonry
  2. Structural Welding
  3. Structural Steel Bolting
  4. Concrete Placement
  5. Reinforced Concrete
  6. Sprayed Applied Fireproofing

Special inspections services in new jersey

In NJ, Sabio Engineering Services is fully accredited and certified to perform the following special inspection items:

  1. Structural Masonry
  2. Structural Welding
  3. Structural Steel Bolting
  4. Concrete Placement
  5. Reinforced Concrete
  6. Sprayed Applied Fireproofing

SPECIAL INSPECTIONS ONLY IN NEW YORK

We are a fully accredited class 1 special inspection agency registered with the NYC DOB for all structural TR-1 inspection. We also cover mechanical and energy special inspections as a class 2 agency.

SPECIAL INSPECTIONS ONLY IN NEW YORK

We are a fully accredited class 1 special inspection agency registered with the NYC DOB for all structural TR-1 inspection. We also cover mechanical and energy special inspections as a class 2 agency.

Class 1 certifications
  • RC1000 – Flood Zone Compliance – BC 1704.29, BC G105
  • RC1004 – Structural Steel – Welding – BC1704.3.1
  • RC1005 – Structural Steel – High Strength Bolting – BC 1704.3.3
  • RC1006 – Structural Cold-Formed Steel – BC 1704.3.4
  • RC1007 – Concrete – Cast-In-Place – BC 1704.4
  • RC1012 – Masonry – BC 1704.5
  • RC1017 – Subgrade Inspection/ Soils-Site Prep – BC 1704.7.1
  • RC1031 – Structural Stability – Existing Buildings – BC 1704.20.1
  • RC1032 – Mechanical Demolition – BC 1704.20.4
  • RC1033 – Excavation – Sheeting, Shoring, and Bracing – BC 1704.20.2
  • RC1047 – Raising and Moving of a Building – BC 1704.20.5
  • RC1048 – Structural Steel – Details – BC 1704.3.2
  • RC1052 – Post-Installed Anchors – BC 1704.32
Class 2 certifications
  • RC1002 – Luminous Egress Path Markings – BC 1704.30, BC 1024.8
  • RC1008 – Concrete – Precast – BC 1704.4
  • RC1009 – Concrete – Prestressed – BC 1704.4
  • RC1023 – Wall Panels, Curtain Walls, and Veneers – BC 1404.10
  • RC1024 – Sprayed Fire-Resistant Materials – BC 1704.11
  • RC1025 – Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS) – BC 1704.13
  • RC1026 – Smoke Control Systems – BC 1704.15
  • RC1027 – Mechanical Systems – BC 1704.16
  • RC1028 – Fuel-Oil Storage and Fuel-Oil Piping Systems – BC 1704.17
  • RC1029 – High Pressure Steam Piping (Welding) – BC 1704.18
  • RC1030 – Fuel-Gas Piping (Welding) – BC1704.19
  • RC1036 – On-Site Storm Water Drain Disp./Detent Install (Drywell) – BC 1704.21.2
  • RC1038 – Sprinkler Systems – BC 1704.23
  • RC1039 – Standpipe Systems – BC 1704.24
  • RC1040 – Heating Systems – BC 1704.25
  • RC1041 – Chimneys – BC 1704.26
  • RC1042 – Fire-Resistant Penetrations and Joints (Firestop) – BC 1704.2
Class 1 progress inspections
  • Footing and Foundation 110.3.1
  • Lowest Floor Elevation 110.3.2

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What are special inspections?

Special Inspections are supervisory visits conducted during the construction process to verify that the work is being done in accordance to approved plans and specifications. Special Inspections must be performed by Special Inspectors on behalf of owners or their representatives. The special inspector ensures that all construction is completed with quality and efficiency following the specifications and details given by the designer of record for the job.

When are special inspections required?

Special inspections are required by the building codes when there needs to be specific knowledge about a particular trade in order to ensure quality and safety during construction.

Items like concrete, masonry, welding, bolting, among others are items that require supervision by a special inspector

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What are special inspections?

Special Inspections are supervisory visits conducted during the construction process to verify that the work is being done in accordance to approved plans and specifications. Special Inspections must be performed by Special Inspectors on behalf of owners or their representatives. The special inspector ensures that all construction is completed with quality and efficiency following the specifications and details given by the designer of record for the job.

When are special inspections required?

Special inspections are required by the building codes when there needs to be specific knowledge about a particular trade in order to ensure quality and safety during construction.

Items like concrete, masonry, welding, bolting, among others are items that require supervision by a special inspector

Mailing Address:

201 Villanova Place, Matawan NJ 07747

Hours of service:

M-F 8 am – 6 pm
S 9 am -3 pm

Email:

jsilva@sabioengineering.com