Waterproofing Specialists Serving Queens, Nassau
    and Western Suffolk Counties Since 1955

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Provided through our affiliate engineering firm, Engineered Building Inspections, P.C

Boccia Inc. has a unique relationship with one of the area’s top professional engineering companies. Recognized as the foremost authority on waterproofing and masonry, Engineered Building Inspections, P.C. (EBI, P.C.) provides design and analysis services for residential engineering, including Ground Water and Water Intrusion Diagnosis, Structural Engineering and more.

The engineers of Engineered Building Inspections, P.C. and their associates have an advantage of being the third generation in the industry, giving them an ability to analyze the most troublesome building conditions and design solutions that are cost effective and efficient. They will visit the site and conduct an evaluation of the areas under investigation, memorialize their observations, review previous documentation and prepare a detailed engineer’s report of their findings, including recommendations.

With their combination of engineering skills and empirical knowledge, they can find the defects in a structure, determine their cause, and specify a solution to remedy most any condition. They can prepare and provide professional drawings to meet building department requirements when necessary, and can become the engineer of record for the project. EBI, P.C. is a licensed professional engineering firm.

The New York region’s topmost authority in analyzing conditions related to water intrusion and designing comprehensive waterproof solutions.

EBI, P.C. residential engineering services include:

Forensic Engineering – Expert Testimony – Engineering Reports
Water Intrusion Surveys
Basement Water Intrusion Surveys
Structural Engineering and Design
Foundation Evaluation and Design
Stucco and Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS) Moisture Intrusion Survey
Water (Moisture) Testing
Infrared Thermography Testing
Mold Testing
Site Drainage Design
Wood decay assessment