Construction ve Structure Materials Benchmarks


Although the construction sector is thought of as housing construction, this sector includes energy production facilities, dams, roads, factories, hospitals, airports and hundreds of vital places and all infrastructure activities that will enable the use of these spaces. Considering the contributions of other sectors that provide input to the construction sector and whose activities are closely linked to developments in this sector, the construction sector has a share of around 30 in the GNP.

Today, the construction sector is in a position to create demand for goods and services produced by more than two hundred sub-sectors. As many say, the construction sector is the engine of the economy. The results of a survey conducted in the UK revealed that in an average new house, 23 has a thousand pieces related to one hundred and fifty different occupations. No sector has the power to create so much impact, either directly or indirectly. The construction sector creates such great value especially for developing countries in terms of the functioning of the economy. Economic policies and policies and decisions of international credit institutions have a significant impact on the development of the construction sector.

The most important point in construction projects is to make risk assessment and to manage the risks correctly at every stage of the project. As mentioned above, there are a large number of suppliers in the construction sector and each produces in their own fields. Any negativity in the products or services received from these companies will be reflected in the whole construction activity. In order to avoid these risks, numerous tests, measurements, analyzes and evaluations carried out by accredited laboratories are needed.

There is a need for these services performed by competent laboratories in many areas from project management, material procurement, machinery and equipment related services and supply chain services.

The laboratories that will carry out these studies are required to provide services in compliance with the TS EN ISO / IEC 17025 Calibration and Test Laboratories Standard.