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Service life prediction from SGS – ensures that your project can perform its primary function within the required lifespan, while ensuring acceptable maintenance costs.

When undertaking a construction project, you need to ensure that it can provide the required service life. For example, most civil construction projects must provide a service life of at least 50 years. Whereas infrastructure construction projects, such as tunnels and bridges, must offer a service life of up to 200 years. Our service life prediction service helps ensure that your project can perform its primary function within the required lifespan and with acceptable maintenance costs.

Why use service life prediction from SGS?

We can help you:

  • Achieve the required service life for your project
  • Make the right decisions during design and execution to ensure that your project can perform its primary function during its lifespan
  • Avoid premature failures and their costs
  • Predict the maintenance cost of your structure throughout its lifespan

Trusted service life prediction from a world leader

As the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company, we offer you unrivalled experience, investigating structural damage for over 35 years. As a result, we can translate our vast knowledge and experience into solutions to prevent damage to your structures and assure your projects achieve the required service life.

Plus, with a unique global network of modern laboratories, we test the durability of a wide range of materials under different conditions. Furthermore, we have developed dedicated numerical tools to predict the future performance of your structures.

Our service life prediction services include:

  • Durability tests on materials
  • Modelling service life
  • Risk assessment
  • Selection of materials
  • Service life prediction

Contact us today to find out how our service life prediction can ensure that your project performs its primary function during its lifespan, and adheres to acceptable maintenance costs.