Industrial Track Inspection
Reliable Industrial Track Inspections for Privately-Owned Track Assets
Keep your tracks safe and compliant with baseline and routine inspections, helping you avoid any operational interruptions, fines, or accidents.
Track Inspection Provider
A Track Inspection Provider You Can Trust
Summit Infrastructure proudly provides private track owners with reliable industrial track inspection services at the frequency required to maintain safety and regulatory compliance.
In the rail industry, track inspections are essential to ensure that rail defects or poor track conditions don’t derail trains and put people or infrastructure at risk. According to Transport Canada’s track safety rules, regular track inspections are required by law depending on the annual tonnage that passes through your tracks and before use for inactive tracks.
At Summit Infrastructure, we don’t offer track maintenance and repair services. Our work ends at the inspection stage, so you can trust that we have no vested interest in recommending maintenance or repairs that are not needed.
Track Inspection Services
Our Industrial Track Inspection Services
Summit Infrastructure provides all the necessary services you need to ensure your train tracks comply with regulations and safety standards.
We are proud to offer the following add-on services that can take your track inspections to the next level.
Why Choose Summit Infrastructure?
If you’re looking for a neutral partner that you can rely on for reliable track inspections, Summit Infrastructure is the company you need. Other track inspection companies offer inspections and repairs and may push you to repair your infrastructure for their gain. At Summit, we only offer inspections and will only suggest remedial action for your track assets when necessary. Additionally, all Summit Infrastructure inspectors have their track inspection certification.
Track Inspection Provider
Serving Sites Across Alberta, BC, & Saskatchewan
We proudly provide track inspection services to private track owners throughout British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan.
Frequently Asked Questions
How often should industrial tracks be inspected?
Track assets must be inspected monthly with minimum intervals of 20 calendar days between inspections. If the track is used less than once a month, it must be inspected before use.
How long does a track inspection take?
Track inspections vary between a few hours to a full day, depending on the size of your facility. For an accurate estimate of your facility, please contact us.
How much does a track inspection cost?
At Summit Infrastructure, we provide a fixed price based on your location and facility size. All of our prices are transparent, with no hidden surcharges or extras. Please contact us for a fixed price proposal.