ABOUT US

Our qualified, equipped and engaged experts know that exceptional customer service centers on carefully listening and attending to each individual customer’s needs. We strive to deliver quality testing and inspections in a timely manner with clear and accurate data.

Who We Are

InServe Mechanical Integrity Group was founded in 2018, on a unique opportunity, as a visual inspection company servicing the south region of the united states. It was and remains the vision of InServe to be a full-service inspection, engineering and consulting company. During the initial growth and development phase, InServe quickly realized that their distinctive attention to detail and unique approach to customer service outmatched the competition and soon put them as a front runner within the market. With the technical expertise and practical experience in Risk Based Inspection (RBI), InServe quickly became a front runner within the market for these consulting services, while maintaining a full-service inspection company model.

InServe MIG is one of the nation’s fastest growing service providers of specialty inspection services to the Pharmaceutical, Petroleum and Energy markets within all regions of the United States and Canada. InServe specializes in Risk Based Inspection (RBI) Implementation, traditional Inspection services, Engineering and Consulting services. The services focus on Fixed Equipment and Piping Systems which might be found in the Pharmaceutical, Oil Refinery, Chemical Plant, or Power Plant Industries. InServe also services the Aerospace, Manufacturing and Automotive Industries.

Our Services Include

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Risked Based Inspection (RBI) Implementation & Execution

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Non-Destructive Examination, known as NDE Inspections

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Visual Inspections, such as API-510, 570, 653, and STI SP001

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Flange Management Program Development & Execution

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Engineering & Consulting

About Inserve Mechanical Integrity Group

Years of Experience

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Core Values

InServe was founded on biblical principles and follows a low overhead and virtually debt free business model. InServe is also a Veteran owned business that gives back to the community by providing equal job opportunities for Veterans, while also participating and sponsoring local Veteran group events.

This method of operation has set InServe apart and has created sustainable growth opportunities within the industry, while allowing formed partnerships to maintain steady growth patterns. With the focus on safety, integrity, innovation, and optimal customer service, InServe has set the groundwork for solid growth and a sustainable business model.

Integrity

It’s in our name and it’s what we stand by. We will always conduct ourselves with the highest standard of integrity while respecting others.

Safety

We actively engage in improving safety through safe work practices, hazard identification, and developing solutions for known hazards.

Customer Commitment

We develop relationships that make a positive impact on our customers.

Quality

We provide unrivaled services and deliver premium value to our customers.

Professionalism

We always hold ourselves accountable as professionals.

Teamwork

We rely on each other for mutual success, working together to help customers and companies win.

Personal Accountability

We are personally accountable for delivering on our commitments and providing excellence in everything we do.

Trust

We build trust with customers, business partners, and team members by delivering on our promises and commitments.

Collaboration

Together we are stronger. We deliver more success through shared goals and mutual support.

Collaborate

Together we are stronger. We deliver more success through shared goals and mutual support.

Safety

We actively engage in improving safety through safe work practices, hazard identification, and developing solutions for known hazards.

Respect For People

We recognize the value of customers and business partners. We value our team members while encouraging and promoting their development.

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