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Field Services

Field Services

Aztech’s experienced Field Technicians and Special Inspectors are qualified to inspect soil, asphalt, and concrete, in addition to reinforced, pre-stressed, and post-tensioned steel, structural steel welding, high strength bolting, structural masonry, fireproofing, piling, shotcrete, & EIFS.

Project Managers and Field Technicians review drawings & specifications before services begin so they understand the project with an emphasis on testing frequencies & special requirements.

Aztech tests & inspects according to The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), ACI, API, ASME, ASTM, AWS, The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT), UBC, the US Army Corps of Engineers, & more.

For more information about Aztech’s certifications, please click on any of the images below.


Aztech is approved, certified, and has clearance to perform work for the following locations and municipalities:

  • Las Vegas
  • North Las Vegas
  • Henderson
  • Clark County
  • Nellis Air Force Base
  • Creech Air Force Base
  • and the Nevada Test Site

Aztech’s Field Technicians coordinate closely with its laboratory to record and log in project samples so that meticulous sample management, storage, and testing requirements are provided for every project. Aztech’s Field Technicians are trained to write detailed daily Observation Reports and to keep the on-site Client representative informed of challenges and discrepancies to the approved plans, specifications, and contract documents.

Field Services

One of the qualities that lets Aztech stand out from our competitors is our process that we use to communicate with our clients. Aztech incorporates a cloud based reporting site to upload laboratory data and field inspection reports for those who need to know. It is encrypted with protection to keep the level of information confidential as needed.

In addition, all reports are categorized into folders for easy retrieval. Daily inspection reports are typed and entered daily with the project manager summarizing the events in a daily report for the owner. In addition, a paper copy of all results and observations is kept on site as per the building department requirement.