CCTV (Closed circuit television inspection)
We evaluate and document the condition of underground pipeline infrastructure for cities, municipalities, utilities, project managers, and general contractors during pre-construction, post-construction, or at any other phase. Our CCTV service enables pipeline system owners to create a comprehensive database to properly identify, plan, prioritize, manage and renovate their pipelines. Our service can also assist in mitigating the risk posed by gas distribution pipelines intersecting with wastewater collection systems. We are Nassco certified in Pipeline Assessment and Certification Program (PACP), Manhole Assessment Certification Program (MACP), and Lateral Assessment Certification Program (LACP).
CCTV PIPELINE INSPECTIONS
CCTV CAMERA IN MANHOLE
VIEW INSIDE PIPELINE
Our trained and certified technicians prepare and set up to perform CCTV pipeline inspection in San Francisco California. Safety is our number one priority.
Our state of the art equipment can assess pipeline conditions that would not have been visible without performing a CCTV inspection inside the pipe. Our CCTV service area covers California, Nevada, and any West Coast state.
Our CCTV technicians must carefully assess the manhole and other work conditions prior to entry to ensure a safe and efficient CCTV inspection. Our CCTV crew works in Dublin California practicing safety at every turn.
CCTV MANHOLE ENTRY
REVIEWING CCTV FINDINGS
There are times when we have to do a confined space manhole permit entry, in which we monitor oxygen and carbon monoxide levels, among other things, and identify safety hazards such as atmospheric pressure, as well as follow confined space entry check list
Upon conclusion of our CCTV inspections, our CCTV operator in Concord California review the quality of our videos to ensure our clients get the best quality and most comprehensive reports
Our robotic CCTV camera equipment where practical, assists our technicians in performing an unobstructed 360 degree view of the entire pipe. We are able to document structural deficiencies and other findings. Pipe should be free of debris and obstructions that impede visibility. Shown is a view of a commercial pipeline in Palo Alto California.