Scope FPrimeC Solutions was engaged by Client to perform Half-Cell Corrosion Potential Mapping of parking garage in Northern Secondary School at 851 Mt Pleasant Rd., Toronto, ON. The client was interested to evaluate the current condition of concrete slab and the likelihood of active corrosion. Half-Cell Corrosion Potential Mapping The concrete roof was a waffle slab system, with relatively small concrete cover. Sign of corrosion and delamination was observed in several… Read More »Half-Cell Corrosion Potential Mapping of Parking in Toronto
FPrimeC Solutions provides consultants, contractors, and asset owners with advanced non-destructive testing solutions for cost-effective evaluation and testing of concrete structures and infrastructure facilities.
Since 2016, FPrimeC have helped +100 customers in More than 4 provinces across Canada. We help customers in transportation infrastructure (bridges and tunnels), mines, power generating stations (hydro, gas, and nuclear), dams and hydraulic structures, water and waste water facilities, transmission lines, and telecommunication towers.
Our solutions provide cost-effective, and reliable means for the assessment of integrity and quality in new and existing structures. This category has a quick look at our notable works, as well as our most recent projects.
Scope FPrimeC Solutions was retained by Borea Construction (Client) to perform quality assurance and concrete inspection of wind turbine foundation in Windrise Wind project in Alberta.The client was interested to evaluate the presence of potential voids and/or anomalies on or around the post-tensioning anchor rods in the foundation block before installation of the shaft and turbine. Solution: Inspection of Wind Turbine Foundation using Ultrasonic Crosshole Following communication with the… Read More »Concrete Inspection – Wind Turbine Foundation
Scope FPrimeC Solutions was retained by Euromax Canada. (Client) to perform structural condition assessment of silo in its facilities located in Barrie, ON. The two steel silo structures was already out of service at the time of inspection. The main objective of the inspection and structural assessment was to evaluate the current condition of silos, and their adequacy for different loading scenarios. Preliminary Condition Assessment of Silo FPrimeC conducted preliminary condition… Read More »Structural Condition Assessment of Silo
Scope FPrimeC Solutions was retained by Stephenson Engineering Ltd. (Client) to perform non-destructive evaluation of concrete column in a university building in Toronto, ON. The client was interested to evaluate the present condition of existing cracks on the exterior face of the concrete column, and inspect to what extend the cracks propagated into the column. The main objective of the project was to study the existing cracks in the reinforced… Read More »Non-Destructive Evaluation of Concrete Column
Scope FPrimeC Solutions was retained by The Condominium Building Manager (Client) to perform Parking Garage Inspection in a condominium building in Toronto, Ontario. The client was interested to evaluate the present condition of concrete slab, and evaluate the likelihood of active corrosion. The driveway and garden area over the parking garage increase the risk of chloride ion penetration, which can result in higher probability of steel corrosion. The main objective… Read More »Parking Garage Inspection and Corrosion Survey in Toronto
The Problem FPrimeC was retained by Gillespie Building Consultants Inc. (Client) to perform non-destructive evaluation and testing on three (3) upturn concrete beams located at the parking garage of a condominium building in Ajax, Ontario. Concrete elements under investigation were three (3) concrete beams at specified locations of the parking roof. At the time of inspection, extensive cracking was observed on the surfaces of concrete beams (inside and outside). The… Read More »Non-Destructive Evaluation of Cracking in Concrete Beams
Scope FPrimeC Solutions was retained by EllisDon Corp. (Client) to perform non-destructive evaluation and testing on the top sections of concrete caissons (piles) at one of the GO Transit Stations located in Greater Toronto Area (GTA). The client was interested in examining the quality of concrete in the top section of the caissons. The main objective of this investigation project was to evaluate the quality of concrete in the exposed… Read More »Non-Destructive Evaluation of Concrete Caissons – Go Transit Station
Scope FPrimeC Solutions was retained by Golder Associates Ltd. (Client) to perform non-destructive testing and scanning on concrete slabs and columns of a reinforced concrete building located in Toronto, ON. The client was interested in screening subsurface condition of concrete for potential anomalies and voids. The main objective of this project was using a combination of non-destructive testing methods for concrete mapping and scanning. Solution Following communication with Client,… Read More »Non-Destructive Testing and Scanning of a Reinforced Concrete Building – City of Toronto
The Problem FPrimeC was retained by WSP (Client) to conduct a Structural Condition Assessment of Existing Building in Toronto, Canada. Detailed Structural Inspection and Material Testing on an existing building (power station) was needed. The structure under investigation is a 100+ year old brick veneer three-story building, and is considered a heritage facility. The main objective of the project was concrete inspection and testing using non-destructive test methods for material… Read More »Structural Condition Assessment of Existing Building in Toronto
The Problem FPrimeC was retained by Golder Associates Ltd. for in-situ evaluation of concrete strength in a recently constructed footing element in Pickering Generating Station, ON, Canada. Concrete element under investigation was a reinforced concrete footing with overall dimension of 3,600 mm (L) x 3,600 mm (W) x 700 mm (H). The minimum specified compressive strength for this concrete footing was 30 MPa. The main objective of the project was to verify… Read More »In-Situ Evaluation of Concrete Strength