Recon recently completed testing on a Medical Center in Central Florida to determine the success of the installation of the Storefront Windows. The testing revealed an issue were the head flashing joined to EFIS. By performing testing, the issue will be resolved during construction.
Recon is available for ASTM E 1105 Field Testing on your project.
Recon Independent Assessments provides Field Quality Control Testing for Water Penetration Resistance for Vinyl Windows or Aluminum Windows on Multi-Family Construction throughout Central Florida. Recent testing locations include projects located in Longwood, St. Petersburg, Sarasota, The Villages & Viera.
To learn more about our capabilities and experience, give us a call.
Recon Independent Assessments is a Small Business, operating as a building envelope consulting firm and third party testing agency that specializes in keeping your exterior building envelope watertight.
Our consultants are experienced specialists who work closely with clients to protect their interests and help provide cost-effective results. Our services include building envelope design review and specification review, investigation of building envelope failures, development of repair solutions, in field water infiltration testing, quality control services, and expert witness and litigation assistance.
Field testing of installed systems is typically performed according to the AAMA 502, AAMA 503, or ASTM E-1105 standards. Recon believes field testing of installed fenestration and glazing during construction is critical to ensuring the building envelope is watertight.
Field quality control examinations and associated field testing helps to ensure that building owners and occupants are delivered a sustainable environment. A well constructed building envelope will also reduce maintenance costs over the life of the structure.
Recon Independent Assessments is very flexible due to it’s size and is available to deploy to projects nationwide. Our pricing is ultra competitive due to our smaller operation’s lower overhead.