Within the Faculty of Construction Engineering, our professional teams and laboratories can help you to:


  • Acquire basic knowledge of the relevant regulations and quality standards;
  • Make decisions based on advice, guidance and analysis of test data;
  • Become familiar with testing procedures tailored to your requirements;
  • Carry out the quality assurance of concrete;
  • Carry out the quality assurance of the aggregate;
  • Assess the performance of available materials;
  • Carry out the quality control of concrete during and after construction.

The concrete and aggregate used in your construction projects must meet strict rules and quality standards. Our wide range of independent concrete and aggregate testing services can directly help ensure the quality of concrete and the quality of aggregate.

Complete concrete testing for your project

We provide you with cement and concrete testing at every stage of your project. As a consequence, on-site testing of concrete consistency, through testing of hardened concrete samples to physical characteristics may be done in our laboratories. Concrete testing in our laboratories includes:

  • Sampling of green concrete and consistency;
  • Sampling and care and testing on site and in the laboratory;
  • Compression and flexion testing;
  • Testing hardened concrete;
  • Volumetric mass testing;
  • Providing and testing samples taken from existing facilities;
  • Tensile strength of hardened concrete;
  • Testing solidity in printing;
  • Testing of water absorption and penetration in concrete voids;
  • Testing the apparent volume mass.


A full range of aggregate testing at each stage of your project:

We provide extensive aggregate testing at every stage of your project. From on-site quality control monitoring to aggregate source, through physical characterization to our specialized laboratories, our services include testing for:

  • Volume measures;
  • Content of the sludge;
  • Volume measure and water absorption;
  • sieve analysis or granulometry;
  • Form index;
  • Distribution of fine particles;
  • Aggregate value;
  • Wet / dry change;
  • Value of LA
  • Clay content;
  • Organic impurities other than sugar;
  • Resistance to corrosion;
  • Color of the aggregate;
  • Average grain size;
  • Resistance to abrasion;
  • Solidarity in printing;
  • Chloride content;
  • Petro-graphic examination;
  • Particle size distribution and shapes.




Our laboratory aggregate testing methods include:

  • Sampling from a conveyor belt;
  • Truck, warehouse, rocks;
  • Sample preparation;