Paterson has numerous laboratory technicians capable of completing low to high complexity of soil and aggregate testing. Paterson ensures quality testing is completed on each sample with an emphasis on turnaround timeline. We are certified to undertake Ministry of Transportation (MTO-LS Standards), City of Ottawa and other municipalities/counties, American Society of Testing Materials (ASTM) and American Association of State and Highway Transportation Officials (AASHTO) testing relative to the following service sectors. With testing facilities in both Ottawa and North Bay Ontario, concrete laboratory certified to CSA Level 1 criteria in accordance to CSA A283, and asphalt laboratories certified by CCIL (Canadian Council of Independent Laboratories) Categories A, B, C, D and E.
Not seeing something you require specifically, contact us for further assistance.Contact Us
Paterson Group team of experienced engineers and technicians can provide geotechnical design and review services for residential and commercial development applications in accordance with provincial and municipal guidelines.
Paterson Group’s team of Qualified Persons can provide a variety of environmental services and studies to permit residential and commercial development applications, due diligence studies for land purchase and for refinancing purposes.
Studies and investigations related to groundwater in accordance with provincial regulations associated with development of residential, commercial, and industrial properties.
The material testing division includes a state-of-the-art CCIL certified laboratory and a large staff of field inspectors, technical managers, and engineers to provide construction inspection services for various projects in the private sector (such as low rise and high-rise developments), as well as municipal, provincial, and federal projects.
Paterson Group provides a variety of tests and inspections to complete residential homebuilding within the city of Ottawa and surrounding communities in accordance with provincial and municipal regulations.
Paterson Group has a state-of-the-art asphalt laboratory with industry standard asphalt testing procedures and new additions of the Hamburg Wheel, Semi-Circular Bend Test (SCB), Disk Shaped Compact Tension Test (DCT), Texas Overlay, Cyclic Fatigue, Flow Number and Dynamic Modulus.
Paterson Group concrete testing group has extensive experience on many projects such as residential high rise to commercial/residential low-rise projects, and municipal infrastructure.
Paterson has numerous laboratory technicians capable of completing low to high complexity of soil and aggregate testing.
Our Building Science division completes many studies and services related to building envelope engineering in accordance with industry and ASTM standards. Our experienced staff complete thorough reviews to assess building envelope condition for a variety of building types.
Our building assessment team can review the physical condition for many building types for the purpose of due diligence or re-financing. We can also assist owners with the tender process and obtaining bids from qualified contractors, construction site review and contract administration services.
Our services allow condominiums and landlords to forecast major capital expenditures and we complete assessments of construction deficiencies for new construction projects. Many of our clients have been using Paterson services for these various studies for over 20 years
Paterson has experience with a variety of residential renovations and can provide consultation services to ensure repairs and renovations are completed in accordance with provincial and local regulations.
Private sewage and industrial system design, monitoring, and analysis of residential or commercial drinking wells.
Monitoring services for ground movement during construction. Services related to noise attenuation studies in accordance with municipal bylaws.
Paterson Group’s team of specialists can complete a survey of an existing building to determine the presence of hazardous materials in a building which could be harmful to workers if they are not removed prior to renovation or demolition.