As engineers, we know the details are in the data, whether performing field condition inspections, mapping and inventorying assets, or monitoring construction progress.
document general conditions—deterioration, cracking, and other maintenance concerns—of your manholes, inlets, outfalls, valves, and other assets using full-manned descent, 360-degree scanners, or zoom cameras.
simulates rainfall and uses high-intensity blowers to force smoke into your sewers. Clean water can enter the system anywhere that smoke escapes. To learn more, read our Smoke Testing FAQs.
tracks flows through your pipelines, storm sewer structures, drainage ditches, and other potential sources of groundwater inflow or infiltration. To learn more, read our Dye Testing FAQs.
capture Geographic Information System (GIS) details of each of your assets to map and advance asset management and hydraulic modeling programs. RJN is a Silver-Tier ESRI Business Partner.
pinpoint the location of I/I sources or leaks. Our complete toolbox of in-pipe inspection technologies including our Rapid Inspection Technology (RIT) can drive your planning and preventative maintenance programming.
captures sewer system performance to propel modeling, jurisdictional billing, and master and capital planning. Learn more about our flow monitoring services.
will ascertain the condition and functional service life of your pumps, structures, mechanics, and force mains.
measure sewer flows when usage is low to isolate problem areas and focus your I/I investigations and reduction programming.
will verify materials, equipment, traffic and erosion control plans, daily documentation, contractor coordination and oversight, change orders, and contract close-outs for your construction projects.