ATL has received AASHTO Laboratory accreditation for ASTM C666: Standard Test Method for Resistence of Concrete to Rapd Freezing and Thawing and ASTM C215: Standard Test Method for Fundamental Tranverse, Longitudinal, and Torsional Resonant Frequencies of Concrete Specimens.
Air and water passing through a building envelope can create an uncomfortable environment, increase energy costs, cause property damage, and create health and safety hazards. Fenestration products, including windows, doors, skylights, and curtain walls, are designed to allow the passage of people and light, while restricting the passage of air, water, noise, and debris.
The answer is yes. With proper planning and coordination, ATL can perform Fenestration Testing any time of the year.
ATL is expanding our concrete NDT services with the recent purchase of impact echo equipment and an additional ground penetrating radar instrument.
In an effort to better serve our clients, and improve productivity, ATL has selected, and implemented a new field and laboratory data collection system, Agile Frameworks’ MetaField®.
Mold is a multi-cellular fungi growth that thrives in moist environments where organic matter is readily available to live on. When excessive moisture accumulates within buildings or on building materials, mold growth will occur, particularly if moisture problems remain unresolved. Conditions leading to mold impacts include roof and pipe leaks, flooding, pipe condensation, and poor ventilation.