ICC Special Inspections and Inspectors

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Applied Technical Services is recognized as a premier provider of testing and inspection services for many industries. Among our many inspectors we have experts who have been certified by the ICC (International Code Council) to perform special inspections.

ATS ICC Certifications Include:

  • ICC Structural Steel and Bolting Special Inspector
  • ICC Structural Welding Special Inspector
  • ICC Spray Applied Fireproofing Special Inspector

Whether your project requires continual observation through a lengthy venture or just routine inspections that are scheduled periodically, our experienced professionals deliver quality evaluations and accurate reporting in a timely manner.

Special Inspections – Structural Steel and Bolting

  • Review Bolting Materials – Bolts, Nuts, Washers, Direct Tension Indicators, Fastener Coatings, Fastener Quality, Proper Identification on Package, Certifications
  • Bolt Joints – Snug tight, Pretensioned, Slip-Critical, Faying Surfaces, Bolt Holes, Washers and other Connectors
  • Proper Storage and Lubrication
  • Proper Torque-Tension
  • Snug Tight Installations
  • Pretensioning Methods- Turn-of-Nut, Twist Off, Direct Tension, Calibrated Wrench

Special Inspections – Welding Special Inspector

  • Review of Welding Codes – AWS, ASME, EN, ISO, IBC, etc.
  • Review of Welding Process – SMAW, FCAW, GMAW, GMAW-S, GTAW, ESW, EGW
  • Confirm Matching Filler Metals
  • Review of Welding Procedure Specifications and Qualifications
  • Preheat and Interpass Temperature
  • Review of Weld Joints – Prequalify, Weld Backing, Weld Tabs, Weld Access Holes, Copes, and Reentrant Corners, Plugs and Slot Welds
  • Review of Fabrication – Weld Equipment, joint prep, Fit-up, Thermal Cutting Process, Distortion Control, and Dimensional Tolerances
  • Welding Procedure Specifications (WPS), Procedure Qualification Record (PQR) & Welder Procedure Qualification (WPQ)
  • Weld Appearance – Weld Discontinuities, Weld Repairs, etc.
  • Inspection and NDT – Observation under AWS D1.1 and AISC and Visual Inspection, AWS, ASME, EN, ISO, IBC, etc.
  • Fatigue – TIG GTAW dressing, burr grinding, toe peening, ultrasonic methods

Special Inspections – Spray Applied Fireproofing

Many times, new commercial structures or existing structure that are going through renovations or upgrades will need a Spray Applied Fireproofing Inspection. The inspections will include items listed below:

  • Review of International Building Codes and Its Recommended Application of Fire-resistive Materials
  • Review Fire Resistive Material Manufacturer Application Instructions and Repair Recommendations
  • Identify New, Renovated, or High Traffic Areas that Needed Inspection
  • Visually Identify Damage Areas to Ensure Fire-resistive Material has Proper Thickness and Bonding
  • Confirm Proper Fire-resistive Material Being Applied
  • Consider Other Standards - ASTM E605, ASTM E736, IBC, American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC)

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