Opus Inspection, with its subsidiary Envirotest, is a multi-national company with over 1,100 employees dedicated exclusively to motor vehicle inspection.
Opus Inspection is a fully vertically integrated company with operations in 22 of the United States and several countries. Building on an unmatched record of success and customer satisfaction, Opus Inspection has become the industry leader in providing professionally managed solutions for centralized and decentralized I/M programs that apply leading edge technology to data management, safety and emissions testing equipment, on-road Remote Sensing, and wireless Remote OBD monitoring.
Opus Inspection manages 7 centralized vehicle inspection programs in the U.S., far more than the rest of the industry combined.
Opus Inspection manages more decentralized inspection stations than any of our competitors. Among others we just implemented the New York State emission testing program (NYVIP2) December 1, 2013, which including building and installing nearly 10,000 inspection anlayzers, and started managing the Virginia emission testing program on January 1, 2014.
Opus Inspection manages international inspection programs in Mexico, Perú, Bermuda and Sweden.
Our roots go deep, representing nearly 40 years of I/M industry innovation. In 1974, we were the first company to provide computerized emissions analyzer testing systems for vehicle inspection programs. In 1976, we began the first contractor managed vehicle inspection program in the US. Our System1 Gen3 inspection system, designed in 2013, is our most current generation of computerized inspection equipment and it provides state-of-the-art accuracy and reliable functionality.
Opus Inspection provides a full complement of program management services for our vehicle inspection clients. We work in partnership with government agencies to manage any or all aspects of their regulated programs. These services are applicable to both centralized and decentralized vehicle inspection station networks.
Centralized Inspection Programs
Centralized networks are owned and operated by a single entity, which can be a government agency or Opus Inspection under a contract to the agency. Centralized program management services typically follow a “design, build, and
operate” (DBO) model wherein Opus Inspection provides all of the initial capital funding along with the expertise to locate an appropriate number of fully equipped and staffed inspection stations that will provide both geographic and demographic convenience
to the motoring public.
Decentralized Inspection Programs
Decentralized networks of inspection stations are owned and operated by independent businesses. Decentralized program management services typically involve qualification of inspection stations; provision of equipment and telecommunication connectivity; and heavy emphasis on quality assurance and auditing to control and reduce inspection fraud.
By contracting with Opus Inspection, our clients can obtain complete turn-key solutions for vehicle inspection, or specific elements of their program requirements delivered by our experienced, dedicated team, whichever best meets their needs.
Praise from Our Customers
The following are brief excerpts, first from the Missouri RFP Evaluation Report followed by reference letters Opus Inspection has received from various programs.
The Missouri Evaluation Report was released on May 30, 2007 after the contract award to Systech (Opus Inspection). It states the following summary under the subjective category “Reliability and Experience” based on various phone calls with the company’s current customers:
The same Missouri Report states under the category “Method of Performance”:
Comments from the following reference letters further reveal our commitment to customer satisfaction:
Mr. Steven Coe, Regional Air Shed Manager of the State of Idaho DEQ stated:
“Over the past 7 months since implementation Systech [Opus Inspection] has been very responsive and willing to make changes for the betterment of the program. The program and equipment is working as expected and promised. Systech has provided many resources and changes which were requested by the state, but not required in the contract. This level of service has been appreciated. This new program has received many praises from other jurisdictions interested in moving to a similar system. A quote from conversations with Officials from the OBD Clearing house “…the new Idaho program has set the bar for I/M programs nationwide…”
Mr. Brian Stern, Purchasing Agent of the State of Rhode Island stated:
This is what Mr. Gerry Preston, Oregon DEQ Program Manager said six months after program start date:
“Systech [Opus Inspection] has provided fair price quotes, timely delivery schedules, and reliable hardware and software with each change order. Oregon has been impressed with the level of responsiveness Systech has provided to accommodate our evolving needs. There are few contractors that provide this level of service six years after the initial delivery and setup.”
Mr. Jim Brande, Director of Salt Lake Valley Health Department stated:
Mr. Ted Kotsakis, former Manager of the State of Oregon Vehicle inspection Program under the Department of Environmental Quality praised Systech (Opus Inspection) by stating:
Mr. Andy Munson, Division Manager at the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles praises the State’s working relationship with Systech (Opus Inspection) by saying: