FDH Infrastructure Services is a trusted, long-time partner to government agencies and the military, who are among the largest owners and managers of critical infrastructure systems. As the nation’s roads, bridges, dams, and levees continue to age, FDH has played a crucial role in developing the technology and analysis tools required to assess the condition of these structures safely and cost-effectively. Through its proprietary nondestructive test methods, FDH has helped provide the data needed to design solutions for extending the lifespan of these structures by decades. See more information below on how FDH supports government agencies.Contact Us
FDH is a trusted, long-time partner to government agencies and the military, who are among the largest owners and managers of critical infrastructure systems.
FDH is proud to support the U.S. Department of Transportation, U.S. Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and numerous state agencies, among others, in their efforts to advance the safety and reliability of our nation’s most critical infrastructure systems.
US Air Force – Contract FA8219-20-9-0001 – January 2020-ongoing – Nondestructive investigations and probabilistic analysis of reinforced concrete structures to determine the current health and to predict future health of structures.
CDM Smith – Contract 244103 – March 2022-December 2022 – Partnered with CDM Smith to perform nondestructive testing on over 200 SCDOT bridges to determine embedded pile length and site conditions that may impact a scour analysis.
HDR – HDR PN 10353212 – October 2020-ongoing – Performed nondestructive testing of trunnion anchor rods on three CA DWR dams in order to determine the tension in the Tainter gate trunnion rods.