Structural Health Monitoring should be considered a “green” project. Not only can structural health monitoring save money and protect human lives it can save a structures life. By saving a structure’s life you have essentially recycled the structure, recycled the concrete, recycled the steel. By extending the life of the structure you have reduced the carbon foot print on the earth by saving the energy it requires to make new concrete and new steel. You reduced the need for the raw materials to make concrete and steel.
Extending the bridge’s life cycle by one year
can reduce emissions equivalent to its own weight in CO2.
90% of Engineering Works are Restorable
- Materials and energy cost savings, as well as on maintenance works and repairs
- No noise, visual or electromagnetic pollution
- Preservation of structures and assets results in protection of resources for future generations
- Reduction of CO2 emissions equivalent to the weight of all preserved structures