As Built Documentation

Structural as-built documentation is a set of documents that provide an accurate representation of the actual construction of the structural elements of a building or structure. These documents are created after the construction is completed and are used to reflect any changes or deviations that occurred during the construction process. Structural as-built documentation is an important aspect of structural services, as it helps ensure that the structure is built to the correct specifications and that any issues or problems with the structural elements are identified and addressed.

As-built documentation typically includes detailed drawings and specifications that show the location, size, and orientation of all structural elements, such as beams, columns, foundations, and walls. This includes information on the type and size of steel connections, as well as any special coatings or finishes that were applied to the steel. Additionally, structural as-built documentation may include information on the type and size of rebar used in reinforced concrete structures, as well as any changes or deviations from the original design. Our team of experts uses specialized software and tools, such as Building Information Modeling (BIM) software, to create detailed drawings and models of the structure's structural elements. This process can take a significant amount of time, as it requires a thorough examination of the structure's structural elements and an accurate record of all changes and deviations.