In 1983, the Florida Legislature passed the engineering construction oversight law known as the Threshold Inspection Law to provide guidance, and to define roles and responsibilities of owners, architects/engineers of record and contractors involved in the construction of “threshold buildings.” E&A provides Threshold Services in the state of Florida that include the following:
From the beginning of a building construction project to the end, following proper code requirements ensures the safety and longevity of a structure. Having someone who understands the building process, code requirements, and what’s needed for long-term durability is important. Having a certified IBC Inspector overseeing your construction project provides added security.
E&A provides IBC Inspection performed by highly trained, experienced and local inspectors who are certified in IBC Inspection. Additionally, our inspectors are supervised by Nick Oweis, P.E. – a licensed professional engineer in Florida, Georgia and Alabama, and a Certified Building Inspection Engineer.
IBC Inspection Services are provided by both our Jacksonville, Florida corporate office and our Brunswick, Georgia branch office. We are fully equipped and certified to service your inspection needs while providing feedback and information to guide you through the IBC process so that you may understand how IBC inspection relates to your project and why it is necessary.