Vanguard Construction Solutions specializes in a variety of monitoring services for construction projects in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Massachusetts. These include pre-construction surveys; vibration, dust, environmental noise and crack monitoring, and optical survey services (horizontal and vertical control), as well as MTA tunnel inspection and monitoring for New York City projects.
In addition, we are a leading seller of seismographs designed specifically for construction vibration monitoring.
We assist builders of all types to ensure their construction projects comply with local, city and state regulations. Plus, our specialized services and meticulous reports give builders an added level of protection against the potentially damaging effects of construction vibration – as well as preventing expensive litigation resulting from perceived (but unsubstantiated) damage to neighboring buildings.
Quick turnaround, detailed reporting.
Because of our unique business structure, no project is too large or too small for Vanguard. Our experienced team is able to complete projects quickly and accurately, delivering organized, highly detailed reports – a must in the construction industry.
Whether your project is in the heart of the business district or a quiet residential street, ingenuity and an eye for recognizing potential issues before they arise make Vanguard the ideal choice for your project. Vanguard field techs work closely with project managers to help clients organize their pre-construction surveys.
We take the guesswork out of your schedule.
Vanguard professionals can provide accurate timelines of the outreach and documentation process based on your project’s variables, including how many structures need to be inspected, the size of these structures and accessibility to the neighboring buildings. And we work unobtrusively but effectively with neighbors to reduce the possibility of project-delaying problems due to misunderstandings about the scope of work, length of the job, or perceived damage to their structures.