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From sampling and testing of all sorts of building products and their raw materials to ashphalt and concrete mix design, we are fully equipped to cater for all your testing needs.
Our EN 17025 accreditaion not only defines our internal standard of quality but we use it as a tool to assist contractors and their clients alike to use this framework as a yardstick to measure up to.
No job too large or too small, our fleet of investigative drilling rigs and other heavy equipment, as well as our experienced crew are well equipped to exceed clients' requests.
With staff who are leaders in the field, we provide professional reports of studies carried out as well as interpretation of findings.
We have come to the aid of many a client who have eperienced problems arising from bedrock movement. Our experts, architects and engineers come together to investigate and assist on any related problem.
The science of concrete mix design is not for the faint-hearted. We undertake such design through analysis of raw materials, a desk study, and blending of all ingredients to propose a mix that reaches specified criteria, is workable, and is, overall, economical.
Similar to concrete mix design, asphalt mix design is an even more daunting task. After analysing the raw materials and proposing and blending various mixes, the optimum proportions are worked out to present one optimum mix.
A pile is a vertical structural element that consists of a hole drilled into the ground and then reinstated with reinforced concrete. It provides support for the foundation of a superstructure.
Our laboratory is equipped with ambient control measures so that sample storage, preparation and testing is carried out to the respective standards. We also have an automated facility to record laboratory and sample storage temperatures, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The system automatically notifies key personnel if temperatures fluctuate beyond requirements specified in international standard for immediate action to be taken. We welcome you to come visit our premises and meet with our trained staff. You won't be disappointed. Contact us today to organise a visit.
At the cost of €35 million, the Kappara interchange will handle over 90,000 vehicles per day. Solidbase was commissioned to carry out all quality assurance and quality control services on the project.
Called in late in the day, we were able to mitigate this situation for our client, one of the major contractors on the island. Their client then requested we continue to assist until project completion.
Our experts can advise on the suitability of or otherwise, or suggest remediation of land for proposed development.
Clients want to ensure that procedures are followed and that works are being carried out to contract specifications. SBL provides this service. Our trained and experienced site inspectors are on hand for constant scrutiny.