If you're an owner/developer investing in a project, you're doing everything
you can to protect your investment and reduce risk.
You want a building that doesn't leak and to avoid extensive, long term damage. After all, you have the
health of your brand to consider. It's vital to you that the design, construction, and testing have been
carefully scrutinized to ensure the successful completion of your project. Any damages could have an
impact in your ROI, and you want to retain as much value in the project as possible.
If you're a general contractor, you don't want your work to come back to bite you.
Without proper testing and quality assurance measures, you might think your project is moving along
smoothly, but end up dealing with unexpected water intrusion or a lawsuit for something that could have
been avoided. You can't be everywhere at once. You could benefit from a second pair of eyes looking at
the critical building envelope components on your behalf.
If you're an architect, you want to minimize risk during the design phase.
When you put your stamp of approval on a project, you want to make sure you've checked all the boxes.
One of the tried and true methods for success is to partner with a building envelope consultant to
review your documents in order to avoid potential problems. You want the confidence that comes from
knowing your design is ready for whatever the real world can throw at it.
We offer a wide range of services for all forensic needs.
Have a leak you cannot find? Roof getting old and in need of replacement? Looking to buy a new building
and want to know about the existing envelope components? Look no further. MIS uses detailed reports and
scientific data to develop functional solutions for remediation. For insurance assessors and public
adjusters handling water damage claims, we provide an unequalled level of investigation and provide
reliable data that makes your job easier. This includes visual observations combined with water testing
for a one-two punch to support your insurance claims.