A structural audit of buildings is a correct diagnosis establishing the cause, nature, and extent of damage, and the weakness or deterioration caused in the structure where the report gives a detailed description of the condition of a structure, the scale of deterioration, and effectiveness of a repair or retrofitting.
The aforementioned data is presented to the client as a part of a structural audit report where due consideration is given to make reports purposeful and easy to understand. Once the report is presented to the client, a structural audit of the structure is considered complete. To pursue & implement the recommendations of the report is at the clients’ discretion.
WIRE structural audits of buildings can only be performed by licensed structural civil engineers. An average Profile Auditor has more than 5 years of experience in the field, including construction supervision and design.