Expert Structural Engineering Services for Mandatory New Jersey Statewide Building Inspections
On January 8th, 2024, New Jersey demonstrated a pivotal commitment to enhancing building safety by enacting S2760/A4384, popularly known as the Structural Integrity Bill. Prompted by the tragic 2021 Champlain Tower South Condominium collapse in Florida, this legislation is designed to proactively mitigate the risk of similar incidents in the state of New Jersey. This newly signed law enforces statewide, mandatory building inspections and capital reserve studies for residential buildings. For more information on this law, click here.
Our team of Professional Structural Engineers is dedicated to ensuring the safety and stability of buildings throughout the state. With the recently passed legislation in the State of New Jersey, Structural Workshop is here to help your facility meet compliance, avoid fines, and maintain structural integrity.
Expertise: With decades of experience in the field, our engineers bring unparalleled expertise to every project.
Statewide Coverage: We proudly serve clients across the entire state of New Jersey, providing necessary, comprehensive building inspection services.
Compliance Assurance: Our inspections and reports will satisfy the new laws compliance requirements.
Client Service: We are dedicated to being responsive to our clients.
Structural, Foundation, and Facade Inspections
Our structural, foundation, and facade inspections cover residential, commercial, and industrial properties. We assess the integrity of foundations, beams, columns, and more, providing a report on the current state of your structure and make recommendations for repairs. We analyze the gathered data, identifying potential issues and proposing effective solutions. Receive a report outlining our findings, recommendations, and necessary actions.
Capital Reserve Study
Structural Workshop also provides Capital Reserve Studies per New Jersey state law.
A capital reserve study is a comprehensive analysis conducted by organizations, such as homeowners’ associations or property management companies, to assess the long-term financial needs associated with maintaining and repairing capital assets. These assets often include common elements like buildings, infrastructure, and amenities within a community. The study aims to determine the anticipated costs of future capital expenditures, considering factors such as wear and tear, obsolescence, and the expected lifespan of assets. This proactive approach enhances financial stability and ensures the continued functionality and value of the community’s assets over time.
Contact Us Today
Contact us today to schedule a consultation or request more information about our New Jersey statewide building inspection services: [email protected].