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Based on the fundamental concept that it is necessary “to know in order to preserve and to preserve in order to know”, diagnostics can be defined as a set of manual, visual, historical, instrumental and laboratory procedures which allow expressing a judgment, and therefore an overall analytical diagnosis on the case in point, through information “layering”.

The different layers of information required to achieve the appropriate level of knowledge in order to carry out a recovery and restoration project with an anti-seismic protection, can be organised over several stages, considering all the types of tests to be performed as useful, starting from the largest number of non-invasive investigations to a series of non-destructive tests and to a limited number of direct tests with sampling and laboratory analysis.
SOING offers services dedicated to characterising all structural and non-structural parts of historical and monumental buildings, residential and strategic public buildings and large civil works. Thanks to their geological and structural expertise, the GeoSOING and ArchiSOING departments often work together to perform a complete study of the ground and foundations, right up to the roof, supplying customers with a complete and coordinated study between the geological and the architectural and structural aspects.
Our APPROACH TO KNOWLEDGE is consistent with M. decree 09-02-2011 “Assessment and reduction of the seismic risk of our cultural heritage” and of course with the Technical Construction Standards according to M. Decree 14/01/2008″.
  • Rating the state of conservation of the structures
  • Analysis of the construction characteristics
  • Evaluation of the level of risk of crack patterns
  • Monitoring crack patterns with Wi-Fi sensors
  • Assessment of the causes of infiltration and moisture diffusion
  • Verification of the presence and type of foundations
  • Search for buried structures
  • Search for metal anchoring elements of decorative plates
  • Search for wall cavities and constructive abnormalities
  • Reconstruction of concrete structural reinforcements
  • Rating the state of resistance of materials
  • Stratigraphic analysis of plasters
  • Petrographic analysis of stone materials, mortars and decorated surfaces
  • Analysis of the state of conservation of wooden structures
  • Dynamic analysis of buildings
  • Vibration monitoring
  • 3D electrical tomography (ERT 3D)
  • GPR
  • Thermography
  • Videoendoscopy
  • Resistograph investigations
  • Petrographic analysis
  • Vibration monitoring
  • 3D electrical tomography (ERT 3D)
  • Seismic tomography
  • Electromagnetic surveys
  • Ultrasound
  • SonReb tests
  • Coring
  • Load tests
  • Double flat jacks
  • Visual analysis and direct tests
  • Surveys with automated Total Station and GPS differential
  • Rocca di Stellata, Municipality of Bondeno
  • Church of the Holy Trinity, City of Pieve di Cento
  • Obelisk of San Cono, Municipality of Teggiano (Salerno)
  • Church of San Cerbone in the diocese of Massa Marittima
  • Church of Santa Maria Maggiore, Archdiocese of Bologna, Municipality of Pieve di Cento
  • Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore in Bologna, Archdiocese of Bologna
  • Cathedral of Guastalla, Municipality of Guastalla
  • Cathedral of Ferrara, Archdiocese of Ferrara and Comacchio
  • Church of the good death in Finalemilia, Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities, ER Regional Directorate
  • Cathedral of San Pietro in Modena, MCHA, EM Regional Directorate
  • Church of San Francesco in Mirandola, MCHA, EM Regional Directorate
  • Chiesa di Santa Apollonia in Ferrara, MIBACT, Direzione regione EM
  • Cathedral of Guastalla, Cooperativa artigiana edile of Parma
  • Reggia of Colorno and Church of San Liborio, Cooperativa artigiana edile di Parma