Threshold Inspections

The state of Florida requires special inspections to be performed during the construction of “threshold” buildings. Consequently, this ensures structural component conformance.   The state of Florida Building Construction Standards Chapter 553 defines a “threshold” building. “Any building which is greater than three stories or 50 feet in height. Or which has an assembly occupancy classification that exceeds 5,000 square feet in area and an occupant capacity of greater than 500 persons.”

Furthermore, special inspection services consist primarily of inspections of all structural members, frames, systems, and other building components. As a result, this process ensures structural integrity and life safety of the entire structure in parts and as a whole. Daily, a detailed written record of inspections is reported along with a daily log of all inspection types made on site. The Inspection reports are submitted on a weekly basis, signed and sealed by the Special Inspector. This process  includes a final conformance certification for your building.

Why Choose Us?

  • Locally Owned & Operated
  • Professional Staff
  • Experience in Both Structural and Civil Engineering
  • Accurate, Fast Reporting
8-Story Threshold Inspection
Special Inspection
10-Story Threshold Inspection

Tampa Office

1503 W Busch Blvd
Phone: 813-534-6145
Mon – Fri: 8am – 5pm
Weekends: By appointment

Orlando Office

8202 Lake Crowell Cir
Phone: 407-450-2004
Mon – Fri: Appointment Only
Weekends: By appointment