More than a fourth of the 607,380 bridges in the US are over 50 years old, and 108,000 of the bridges are constructed with pre-stressed concrete. All bridges are supposed to be inspected every 2 years but even when inspections are done, it is still the archaic visual inspection or listening to the change of tone by hitting the cable with a hammer. These outdated methods lead to subjective, often inaccurate conclusions. Critical clues are missed and lives are at risk. - March 27, 2018
IPC continues to disrupt the infrastructure inspection markets with modern technology and robotic nondestructive testing services. In order to further their mission, IPC has formed a strategic alliance with DYWIDAG (DSI).
IPC and DSI Construction, both based in the USA, confirmed a strategic partnership... - November 21, 2017
Infrastructure Inspections including bridge inspections new geophysical nondestructive (NDT) inspection technology brings faults to light before they threaten human life, and dramatically reduces repair costs. - October 24, 2017
IPC Infrastructure Preservation Corporation has developed a line of robotic infrastructure inspection services that give better and more accurate visibility as to deterioration so that the DOT’s can make the right choices with appropriating their limited funds for their massive infrastructure issues. - January 29, 2017