Test and Repair or Replace Faulty Construction Materials to Prevent Costly Failures
With over five decades of experience in our buildings and structures practice, Exponent's construction engineering consultants are uniquely qualified to evaluate a variety of construction materials and help clients address complex quality and safety challenges. When questions about materials safety emerge, clients need definitive, real-world answers to safeguard structural integrity and keep construction projects moving forward.
Exponent's multidisciplinary teams have a breadth of experience with testing different construction materials, including concrete, cement, glass, aluminum, wood, steel, polymers, and more. From asbestos water pipe replacement and welding issues to corrosion and materials failures, we provide support to building owners, developers, and others in every industry.
From meeting code compliance in welding projects to analyzing building materials, our team provides evidence-based insights for a range of construction materials investigations, analysis, and risk assessments.
Our Capabilities Are Unparalleled
With expertise in over 90 disciplines and hundreds of capabilities, tools, and methodologies — we get to the root of even the most complex challenges and give you the objective answers you need.
Quantitative Risk Assessment for Buildings & Structures
Innovative, quantitative risk assessments to support climate-change planning that helps protect buildings, infrastructure, and other valuable assets.
Buildings & Structures Design Support
Complex structural health and design support, with effective strategies to mitigate environmental impacts and degradation.
Design & Construction Defects
Rigorous design and construction defect assessments, including building components and standard-of-care evaluations.
Accident investigation informed by 50+ years of failure analysis, including falls, equipment-related incidents, impacts and collapses.
From airports to green buildings, construction consulting for specialty structures requiring wide-ranging expertise to improve safety and performance.
Understand why buildings and structures fail, and how to prevent similar failures in the future.
Rapid, data-driven engineering response to natural disasters, accidents, and human-made catastrophes.