We approach each project as diversely as the project constraints allow. Our construction quality control and building inspection groups provide active involvement throughout the construction process that allows us to verify conformance to specifications and expedite construction changes efficiently and effectively. Materials Testing includes laboratory testing of soil, concrete, and masonry, aggregates, asphalt concrete, and asphalt binder.


Seasoned engineers and inspectors are highly trained to provide services for a variety of public works, municipal, transportation, industrial, commercial, water resources, residential, and environmental projects.


Our field testing staff is certified through NAQTC (Nevada Alliance for Quality Transportation Construction), ACI (American Concrete Institute), and ICBO (International Council of Building Officials), and our field testing programs and Quality Systems are ASTM C 1077, ASTM D 3666, ASTM 3740, and ASTM E 329 compliant.


ICC (International Code Council) certified building inspectors provide building inspections to supplement local building departments that include structural, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing inspections for residential and commercial structures.


Wood Rodgers is certified in AASHTO Material Reference Laboratory (AMRL) and the Cement and Concrete Referenced Laboratory (CCRL) assessment programs. We provide responsive, accurate, and precise materials engineering and testing support throughout design and project construction phases.

Project Case Study

Fallon Naval Air Station Housing Community

Fallon, Nevada

For this $76 million project, Wood Rodgers provided Third Party Construction Management including: Plan & Specification Review – 60%, 95% and 100% Civil Plan, Structural Plans Foundation Plans, Project Schedule, SWPPP, and Geotechnical Report. The project involved the demolition of 130 existing units and the demolition and replacement of existing infrastructure and roads within the 229-unit community. Our services include monitoring site development, determining development and construction are completed pursuant to the Fallon Design/Build Agreement, reviewing all applications for payment and requests for construction draws from the Design/Builder and assisting the Owner, certifying acceptance of work upon substantial and final completion of each building or unit as evidenced by receipt of a “Certificate of Occupancy,” and performing a Quality and Safety review.