With its rich history and magnificent buildings, it is understandable why Sacramento has one of the fastest growing populations in California. In combination with it also being a major financial centre, educational hub and tourist centre, Government, State and business leaders are focussing on reducing the impact of a large earthquake, particularly in the Bay Area.
One way to protect lives is to protect the buildings in which people live and work. This will also allow essential facilities, such as a city hall, police station or community center, to remain operational as your emergency response center in the event of a disaster.
Our Structural Health Monitoring System (SHMS) has been developed to ensure all owners of buildings (businesses, schools, hospitals, hotels, airports, historic structures, essential facilities and others) can know what is occurring with their buildings, using the latest modern technology.
Global Seismic Data can provide a way of knowing how your building will react to seismic activity now and provide a way improvement can be made to its performance during an actual seismic event, to reduce risk to business, building and lives. We work with you to protect you.
Read more about our Structural Health Monitoring System (SHMS) or contact us about how we can help you.