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ACIL Member firms that have active websites are organized below by type of testing service that they provide. Click on the type of testing service and the individual company names below for links to ACIL Member web sites:

  • Construction Materials Engineering and Testing - Testing for the construction industry including, but not limited to: footing and drilled pier inspection, reinforcing steel sampling and testing, structural steel inspection, concrete placement inspection, soil compaction testing as well as aggregate tests and concrete or asphaltic concrete mix design; Environmental assessment and audits of commercial, industrial and/or private property, remedial investigations, preparation of clean-up plans for contaminated sites, and/or monitoring the execution of the remediation work; Testing services in the areas of geotechnical engineering, geohydrolic studies, pavement design, slope stability analysis, subsurface and/or mining engineering, and geophysics.
     
  • Conformity Assessment Testing - Testing, product certification, listing or labeling in accordance with applicable domestic, international or foreign government industry, safety and performance standards; Materials testing and resolution of product and structural problems by metallurgy, materials and mechanical engineering, stress analysis, chemistry and NDT. Includes litigation testimony and Failure Analysis.
     
  • Environmental Sciences Testing - Professional scientific services firms engaged in measurement and research yielding data about pollutants and other byproducts in soils, air, water, hazardous waste, and drinking water.
     
  • Food Sciences Testing - Microbiological and chemistry services to characterize composition, purity, residue content and contamination in the areas of food, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and related manufacturing industries. Testing and research the safety and/or efficacy of drugs, cosmetics, food additives, medical devices, pesticides and other chemical products regulated by the FDA and by certain departments within the EPA.