Within the construction industry, Mabey’s environmental and structural monitoring solutions can be applied to ensure projects progress more quickly, safely and efficiently.Back to top
Road & Bridge Construction
Mabey’s structural monitoring solutions can be used during the construction or reconstruction of bridges, tunnels or retaining walls to quickly alert site managers to structural problems. Environmental monitoring can also be used during site operations to measure the effect of the construction works, particularly in built-up areas.
City Centre Construction
Environmental and structural monitoring is essential during city centre construction works. Mabey’s systems, combined with instant, remote data access via the unique Mabey LIVEsite, help you to stay on the right side of regulations – protecting your business against claims, whilst ensuring you can complete your project safely and quickly.
Mabey’s structural monitoring solutions are the ideal way to gather real-time, accurate data – either during the building of new structures, or through the monitoring of existing structures during the works. Environmental monitoring can also be used to measure the effect of construction activity, particularly on sites near to water treatment plants and reservoirs.
Piling can be dangerous, so it’s important to be confident in your systems. Mabey’s structural monitoring solutions feature instant data transfer to Mabey LIVEsite with email alerts when a pre-set threshold is breached, giving you peace of mind that your employees are safe, and your site is secure.
Mabey’s environmental and structural monitoring solutions can be employed during industrial construction in order to ensure safe and efficient project delivery. Our environmental systems keep accurate data records to protect you should any claims be made against your business. And our structural monitoring systems are able to monitor the effect of your industrial construction on the surrounding buildings, with instant data access on LIVEsite to ensure that you can minimise disruption as much as possible.
Our structural monitoring solutions give you peace of mind that you’ll be alerted to structural changes, whilst tunnels are bored below ground. Combined with our monitoring capabilities, we offer computer controlled hydraulic jacking systems which help to mitigate risk by accurately responding to structural changes with precise movements.
Demolition work brings with it the risk of costly claims against your business, as well as the need to comply with strict government regulations. Mabey’s environmental monitoring systems ensure that you can minimise disruption to the surrounding environment, whilst helping to keep you in compliance with the law.
Concrete repair techniques often require the removal of damaged or affected areas of structures, which could affect structural performance and integrity. Mabey’s structural monitoring solutions are ideal during concrete repair work – keeping you up to date with structural changes in real-time. Environmental monitoring may also be necessary in order to measure levels of vibration, dust and noise generated by the works.
Mabey’s structural monitoring solutions can be employed to permanently monitor existing structures. With instant data transfer to the unique Mabey LIVEsite, our systems ensure that you are alerted to problems within the structure before they become serious, costly issues.
Talk to Mabey today to find out how we can help to deliver your projects more quickly, safely and efficiently.Back to top
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