Since the coming into force of Bill 122 and the amendments to the Safety Code introduced by Régie du bâtiment du Québec (RBQ), we’ve inspected many building facades and multilevel parking structures throughout Quebec. Bill 122 stipulates that all building owners must regularly inspect building facades and multilevel parking structures. They must see to the completion of any work needed to keep occupants and the public safe and must keep a maintenance log for each building.
As a member in good standing of Ordre des Ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ), we have the right qualifications as required by law. Need a building facade or multilevel parking structure inspected? Leave it to us.
What our experts can do:
Perform an in-depth visual inspection of all building facades using cranes, aerial lifts, elevated platforms, and other lifting devices
Superteck’s facade inspections meet all legal requirements. Our experts know the standards for buildings and make sure your assets are in full compliance.
Owners or groups of joint owners of a residential or commercial building of five (5) storeys or more are required to have facade verification reports produced every five (5) years beginning on the 10th anniversary of the construction of the building, and to keep the reports on site. The verification process involves an in-depth visual and tactile inspection of exterior surfaces, balconies, balustrades, and other facade components.Verification also includes partial dismantlement and cut tests as needed.
The Superteck team conducts thorough inspections of multilevel parking structures. With our advanced expertise in concrete and structures, you get all the facts.
Structural concrete slabs and other components of multilevel parking structures must be thoroughly inspected by an engineer every five (5) years. The first inspection must take place between 12 and 18 months after construction is completed. Inspection reports must be kept on site, as required by the Régie.