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Matthew Warren
Main Contact
Mail: PO Box 1608
Visit: 7805 Saint Andrews Road
Irmo SC 29063
USA
phone: 888- 827-7823 / 803-732-6600
fax: 803-732-7576
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Warren Forensic Engineers and Consultants, founded in 1997, is extremely well versed in the disciplines of Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical, Structural, and Fire and Explosion investigation. Their engineers are known for delivering the truth — origin, cause, responsibility, and cost of an event or claim — with unmistakable clarity. Warren Forensics provides technical investigations and analyses of personal injury and property claims as well as expert testimony for insurance adjusters and attorneys. Each member of their engineering team is a licensed professional engineer (P.E.) in multiple states. Beyond engineering expertise, their engineers and consultants also hold a variety of other certifications including Certified Fire and Explosion Investigator, Certified Vehicle Fire Investigator, Certified Fire Investigation Instructor, CMSE®-Certified Machine Safety Expert, Certified Safety Professional, Certified Building Inspector, and Certified Property and Evidence Specialist. 

Types of Loss:

  • Chemical: Ammonia - Confined Space - OSHA
  • Collision: Animal - ATV - Automotive - Bicycle - Farm Equipment - Motorcycle - Pedestrian - Truck
  • Commercial: Construction Defects - Construction Related Losses - Electrical and Control Systems - Liability Claims - Lightning Damage - Mechanical Systems - Roofing - Slip, Trip and Fall - Structural - Water Damage - Workplace Injuries
  • Fires and Explosions: Boiler - Commercial - CSST - Dust Explosions - Electrical - Fire Protection Systems - Industrial - LP and Natural Gas - Machinery and Equipment - Marine - Residential - Spontaneous Combustion - Structural - Vehicle and Mobile Equipment - Welding and Hot Work
  • Industrial: Boilers and Pressure Vessels - Construction Defects - Construction Related Losses - Cranes, Hoists, Lifting and Rigging - Electrical and Control Systems - Industrial Process Equipment - Liability Claims - Lightning Damage - Machinery and Equipment - Material Handling - Mechanical Systems - Roofing - Slip, Trip and Fall - Structural - Water Damage - Workplace Injuries
  • Inland and Ocean: Boilers and Pressure Vessels - Bulk Material Handling - Cargo Damage Assessment - Cargo Handling - Cranes, Hoists, Lifting and Rigging - Docks and Piers - Machinery and Equipment - Marinas - Marine Collisions - Marine Fire Protection Systems - Marine Liability Analysis - Mechanical and Electrical Systems - Slip, Trip and Fall - Workplace Injuries
  • Residential: Construction Defects - Construction Related Losses - Electrical Systems - Lightning Damage - Mechanical Systems - Roofing - Slip, Trip and Fall - Structural - Water Damage
  • Subrogation: Consumer Products - Electrical - Fire and Explosions - Machinery and Equipment - Workers’ Compensation
  • Catastrophic: Earthquake - Flood - Freeze, Ice and Snow - Hail Storm - Hurricane - Tornado - Wildfire - Wind Storm and Wind Shear

Featured Experts:

Event Data Recorders (EDRs) were first introduced by General Motors (GM) in 1974. That data was only available to GM; however, since 1994 more and more vehicle EDR’s have recorded data that can be gathered. The data captured can be imaged and is being used by vehicle manufacturers, law enforcement officers, and collision reconstructionists to better understand what is happening in a collision. In accident investigation, EDRs have the potential to provide independent measurements of crash data that would elsewise be estimated by reconstruction methodology.

6/27/2018 · Corrosion
When thinking about the safe operation of boilers (and don't we all?), several systems can readily be named; flame control, fuel/air ratio; steam pressure control, levels in the vessel, etc. What about the water? It seems so passive, as long as there is enough for level control, what's the big deal? Well, it turns out, that as the steam produced by a boiler is used in the process, the condensate from that steam is returned to the boiler as feedwater. However, since 100% of the condensate is not returned, whatever solids had been in that water before it evaporated to form steam are left in the remaining water. Fresh feedwater is added to maintain levels, but even fresh water contains some dissolved solids. So over time, the water in the boiler system gets saturated with all sorts of dissolved minerals.

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Henrik Vintén
Snovagen 99 b
Luleå 97633
SWE
phone: 46-0-920 220022
Henrik Vintén - Chief Surveyor

Expert in Concrete and Earthworks Construction Surveys, Roads, Bridges, Houses, Industries, Railroad and Dams. Services include Volume Calculations and Net Adjustments. Surveying done with total stations and GPS.
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Hamid K. Toossi, BSCE, MBA, EIT, M ASCE
National & International Services
26 N. Summit Avenue, Suite 205
Gaithersburg MD 20877
USA
phone: 301-661-6731
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Hamid K. Toossi, BSCE, MBA, EIT, M ASCE, TAI's founder and CEO, has over 35 years of academic and hands-on experience in the design, build, and management of heavy Civil and Commercial Construction projects.

Mr. Toossi's experience includes Critical Path Method (CPM) Scheduling, Engineering, Construction Management, Contract Administration, Cost Estimating, Value Engineering, Claims Analysis, and Expert Services for Construction Claims and Contract Disputes, in the United States as well as overseas.

Mr. Toossi has participated in numerous Continuing Professional Education courses, both as an instructor, and as an auditor, in Contract Law, Construction Law, Business Law, Leadership, Management, Engineering, Construction Management, and Construction Claims. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE), and the founding member of the American Society of MBA Executives.

Litigation Support: Hamid K. Toossi offers expert witness services to law firms representing both plaintiff and defendant. His services include written reports, depositions, arbitration, mediation, and trial testimony as needed. He has been involved in numerous Construction Claim cases including:
  • Testimony before the American Arbitration Association in connection with a GC bond claim against a surety insurance company and counter claim by insurance company for fraudulent inducement and wrongful termination etc.
  • Testimony before the circuit court, in Fairfax, VA, in areas of concrete construction materials and methods in connection with a water reclamation facility construction project in Ashburn, VA.
  • Prepared testimony as part of litigation before the United States Court of Federal Claims in areas of Critical Path Method (CPM) Scheduling, delay, disruption and loss of productivity, in connection with design and construction of two submarine decompression chambers for US Naval Facilities Engineering Command
Areas of Expertise:
  • Concrete and Concrete Construction
  • Critical Path Method (CPM)
  • Construction Acceleration Claims
  • Construction Defects
  • CPM Scheduling
  • Scheduling Delay & Analysis
  • Construction Claims
  • Construction Delays
  • Forensic Evaluation
  • Construction Disputes
  • Concrete/ Foundations
  • Proof of Damages Calculation
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    William J. Pyznar, Andrew A. Amorosi & Anthony Volpe
    Principals
    682 Highway 202/206
    Bridgewater NJ 08807
    USA
    phone: 908-595-0050
    fax: 908-595-0012
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    The Falcon Group consists of Forensic Architects and Forensic Engineers who consult on construction claims. We provide claims consulting for: Construction Defects, Architectural Standard of Care, Delay, Errors and Omissions (E&O), Building Codes, Specifications and costs.

    The Falcon group has Professional Engineers, Registered Architects, Roofing Experts, Stucco Experts, EIFS Experts, and Building Envelope Experts. We perform dispute resolution and prepare expert reports for a wide range of construction issues with a current claim total of over $50,000,000.

    Litigation sometimes becomes necessary to resolve construction, engineering, architectural or materials-related disputes. For virtually any type of property or project, we provide a variety of analytic and related services to assist clients in obtaining successful litigation outcomes, related to:
    • Developer Transition
    • Expert Witness/Professional Testimony
    • Material Defect Claims
    • Construction Defect Reports and Claims
    • Construction Litigation Support and Documentation
    • Education
  • Municipalities
  • Banks
  • Commercial Property Managers
  • Insurance Companies
  • Attorneys
  • Private Property Owners
  • Professional Services Provided Include:
    • Design Plans and Specifications
    • Forensic Engineering
    • Litigation Support
    • Construction
    • Administration and Inspection
    • Specialty Services for Community Associations
  • Land Surveying
  • Civil Engineering
  • Architectural Engineering
  • Construction and Material Testing
  • Architectural Services
  • Property Condition Assessment (PCA) Reports
  • Litigation Support - Litigation sometimes becomes necessary to resolve construction, engineering, architectural or materials-related disputes. For virtually any type of property or project, we provide a variety of analytic and related services to assist clients in obtaining successful litigation outcomes, related to:
    • Developer Transition
    • Construction Defect Reports and Claims
    • Material Defect Claims
    • Expert Witness/Professional Testimony
    • Construction Litigation Support and Documentation
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    11/4/2015 · Construction
    As discussed in my first window article titled "The View Of Your Windows Is Not Always The Same", there is great variation in the suitability of a window for a particular application. In all cases, there is a very specific need for proper detailing and attention to detail with respect to integration of the window with the building envelope and proper detailing during installation. This sequel to my first window article focuses on quality control measures for installation once your window has been selected and specified.

    10/14/2015 · Construction
    In March 2013 a catastrophic sinkhole collapse swallowed a central Florida bedroom killing the occupant without notice. The home was a total loss and the event made national news making many property managers keenly aware of the costs and dangers of sinkholes. Residents of the Northeast are not immune from these occurrences. Understanding possible causes and remedies should help with decision making at all levels of property management and ownership.

    9/1/2015 · Construction
    Community associations, building owners, engineers, contractors and property managers deal with the constant battle of keeping water out of the building envelope, but sometimes the water that causes stains, mold and decay actually originates from within the building envelope. The cold temperatures of the winter months combined with specific interior conditions will result in excessive condensation. The condensation may be in the attic, basement and crawl spaces or inside wall cavities. Deficiencies in the original construction or recent reconstruction of exterior wall cavities, basements, crawl spaces and/or roofs /attics can exacerbate the conditions resulting in excessive condensation conditions and potential for damage and mold development. Sometimes, the conditions may be seen but many times the condition and subsequent damages may be hidden from view and worsen with each passing winter season, escalating repair costs.

    7/22/2015 · Construction
    "Where were YOU when the lights went out?" was a famous slogan from the 1965 Northeast Blackout, but a better slogan in light of the more recent Superstorm Sandy Blackout of 2012 might be "How did YOUR building perform when the lights went out?"

    6/16/2015 · Construction
    We have been responding to homeowner's complaints of sagging ceilings in the living space of townhomes which were built in the 1980's. Beginning in 2010 and continuing through today, Falcon Engineering has observed the condition of ceilings in over 30 homes in a Lincoln Park, NJ townhome community of close to 400 homes. Our findings are that upwards of 80% of the homes investigated have deflection which exceeds design criteria and are in need of repair. Repairs are relatively simple, but costly to the Homeowners Association having responsibility for the structural components of these buildings. Because of the need for financial planning, Associations want to understand the factors which influence the failures of these aging structures. For the purposes of this discussion, we are talking about failures which occur due to mysterious origin, rather than catastrophic failures of excessive wind or snow loads, or abuse from excessive loads that the trusses were not designed to accommodate (such as water beds or heavy stone finishing materials).

    5/15/2015 · Waterproofing
    It's that time of year again. That snow that is pretty for some is scary for others. You have experienced, read or heard about ice damming. You are familiar with the damage the phenomena can cause. Perhaps your Association has even spent several hundred thousand or even over a million dollars on roofing improvements and/or replacements within the last few years. Why do we have leaks from ice damming? Was the roof replacement performed correctly or designed correctly? The answer is simple, with a properly designed and installed roof system, the possibility of damage resulting from ice damming should be significantly reduced.

    4/16/2015 · Construction
    Manufactured stone is a very popular product for both the interior and exterior of homes and buildings. There are many manufacturers of this type of cladding system, Cultured Stone® and Coronado Stone® among the most recognized names. A man-made stone manufactured primarily for decorative purposes, these systems are typically comprised of cement, natural aggregates and iron pigments. In order to give manufactured stone a realistic appearance and shape it is often created by using molds of actual real natural stones. Like many building materials, the use of manufactured stone has both advantages and disadvantages, and installation is vital to its long term success.

    6/25/2014 · Construction
    A condominium development located in northern New Jersey was experiencing water infiltration and severe cracking in the concrete foundation walls and floors in the garages. In support of the Association's overall litigation approach, Falcon performed concrete crack mapping, concrete petrographic analysis, and overall concrete evaluation.

    5/28/2014 · Construction
    A New York City building underwent litigation pertaining to the construction of an addition to the existing structure and resultant structural support system depriving tenants of proper light and air through their existing windows. Falcon performed a light and air study on the effect of both the addition and the structural support system on lighting and air flow in defense of the claim.

    4/16/2014 · Construction
    A condominium building located in northern New Jersey was experiencing water infiltration into various locations around roofs, curtain wall systems, and balcony access points. The Condominium Association engaged Falcon to investigate these issues in support of their dispute resolution with the Developer

    4/20/2011 · Construction
    As your community or building ages, it will require an increasing amount of maintenance and large scale replacement or improvement projects will become necessary.

    4/25/2007 · Construction
    Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS) include a group of exterior cladding systems that was introduced from Europe to the United States approximately 30 years ago. EIFS was first used in Europe after World War II to reclad many bombed and damaged buildings

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    Ted S. Merrill
    General Construction Consultant
    7777 Alvarado Road
    Suite 408A
    La Mesa CA 91942
    USA
    phone: 619-464-3997
    fax: 619-464-8581
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    Ted Merrill has over 64 years of experience that includes all phases of Construction and Damage Repair. Mr. Merrill has 46 years of experience in Estimating and Reconstruction of buildings damaged by Fire, Wind, Water, Motor Vehicles, Earth Movement, and Construction Defects.

    Mr. Merrill has held positions ranging from laborer, apprentice, carpenter, carpenter, superintendant, estimator, and general contractor. He has contracted with federal and state governments, local cities, school districts, insurance companies, and individual owners of residential, commercial, and industrial buildings.

    Litigation Support - Ted Merrill has testified as an expert in Municipal, Superior, and Federal courts. His services are available to attorneys representing plaintiff and defendant and include site review, thorough investigations and reports, depositions, arbitrations, and trial testimony as needed.

    Construction Areas of Expertise:
    • Building / House Repairs
    • Floors & Flooring
    • Cabinets
    • Foundation Movement
    • Construction Contracting
    • Foundation Repair
    • Construction Defects
    • Framing
    • Stair and Stairways
  • Construction Disputes
  • Installation
  • Construction Estimates
  • Molding/Paneling
  • Decks
  • Residential
  • Finish Carpentry
  • Decay and Defects
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    Paris (Perry) Tabor
    CE/SE, PMP, CDP, LEED AP, CAASH
    2671 Crow Canyon Rd., 3rd Floor
    San Ramon CA 94583
    USA
    phone: Ofc: 925-275-0110 / Cell: (925) 360-8259
    fax: 925-838-8901
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    Paris A. (Perry) Tabor, is a Structural Engineering Consultant with expertise in Forensic Construction Analysis. He has more than 30 years experience designing, analyzing and evaluating all low-rise building types, framing systems and construction materials.

    Specialties
    • Design-Analysis:
      • Commercial - retail/MOB/office/sports facility/hospitality/mixed-use
      • Residential - active adult/production housing/custom-estates/market-rate, for-rent & affordable
      • Building Rehabilitations/Additions (many with historically significant and adaptive-use demands)
      • Peer Reviews and Construction Administration services
    • Seismic Risk Assessments: Buildings/Facilities due-diligence/property conditions reports: (PML/SEL/SUL), post-earthquake observations and pre-construction reviews
    • Forensic evaluations, expert witness and litigation support; equally distributed between plaintiff and defense cases
    Structural Services
    • Design of New and Ancillary Structures - Office / Retail Structures, Motel / Hotel / Cultural / Educational / Community Structures, Multi-Family (Market Rate, Rental & Affordable) Housing, Production Housing (Attached & Detached), Industrial / Maintenance Structures
    • Structural and Seismic Evaluations of Existing Structures - Structural Alterations & Rehabilitation, Historic Preservation, Condition Assessment, Post Earthquake Evaluations
    • Special / Ancillary Structures
    • Peer Review / Constructability Reviews / Forensics
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    Brian Spiegel & David Spiegel
    CR, CIEC, CMRS, CEICC, CSDS, CMCC, IICRC
    PO Box 7577
    La Verne CA 91750
    USA
    phone: 800-266-8988
    fax: 909-596-8803


    AVAILABLE NATIONALLY
    CERTIFIED RESTORERS * CERTIFIED INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS *
    CERTIFIED MICROBIAL REMEDIATION SUPERVISORS * CERTIFIED ENVIRONMENTAL INFECTION CONTROL CONSULTANT * CERTIFIED STRUCTURAL DRYING SUPERVISOR * CERTIFIED INFRARED THERMOGRAPHERS *
    IICRC CERTIFIED MASTERS * LIC. GENERAL CONTRACTORS #299472


    SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE

    Brian Spiegel and David Spiegel offer expert testimony and consulting services regarding smoke, water, fire, mold contamination property damage restoration, reconstruction, and construction defect related problems.

    Both have been speakers nationally and internationally on property damage restoration, construction, and mold contamination related topics. In the past at the Property Loss Research Bureau (PLRB) national mold symposium in Charlotte, North Carolina and at the Forensics Consultants Association on toxic mold litigation and mold remediation in Newport Beach, California.

    In the media Brian and David have written articles for industry trade magazines and given television and radio interviews, including one with Brian on ABC TV “Good Morning America” featuring a segment on mitigating water damage.

    CONSULTANTS AND EXPERT WITNESS
  • Mold & Bacterial Contamination
  • Construction Defects
  • Fire & Smoke Damage
  • Industry Standards of Care
  • Structural Damages
  • Water Damage
  • Sewage Backflow
  • Flooring Forensics
  • EXPERT SERVICES
  • Property Damage Contractor
  • Inspections & Formal Reports
  • Cause and Origin Investigations
  • Smoke Particulate Testing
  • Property Insurance Claims
  • Testing
  • Detailed Construction Estimates
  • Cost Damage Appraisals at Current Industry Pricing
  • Litigation Support
  • Infrared Structural Inspections
  • Concrete Moisture Testing
  • PROPERTY DAMAGE ASSESSORS
  • Residential and Commercial
  • Appraisal Process: Appraisers & Umpires
  • Contents and Structure
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    Dr. Shakir Shatnawi, Ph.D., P.E.
    Transportation Engineering Expert
    El Dorado Hills CA 95762
    USA
    phone: 916-790-1158 or 916-990-6488 (Cell)
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    Shakir Shatnawi, PhD, PE, specializes in Transportation Engineering and Pavement Design and has over 27 years of practical and extensive engineering and transportation expertise covering industry and public agencies including the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans). As President of Shatec Engineering Consultants, LLC, he directs engineering operations and performs pavement studies and investigations.

    Background Experience - Dr. Shatnawi served as a principal investigator on multi-million dollar pavement projects. He taught highway and transportation engineering at California State University. He was the QC/QA program manager, the chief of the Pavement Design and Rehabilitation and the chief of Pavement Preservation, and served as the Caltrans State Pavement Engineer. He directed Caltrans’ Pavement Program as a Division Chief and oversaw over 50,000 lane miles with a budget of over $200 million in pavement preservation and over $500 million in pavement rehabilitation.

    Litigation Support - Dr. Shatnawi provides expert witness services, expert testimony, and litigation support to legal entities and attorneys representing both Plaintiff and Defense. His services include dispute resolution and failure and forensic engineering analysis and investigations on cases related to:
    • Accident Reconstruction
    • Highway Design Standards
    • Highway Specifications / Guidelines
    • Public Agency Policies / Practices
    • Pavements
    • Materials
    • Highway Geometric Design
    • Drainage
    • Asphalt
    • Concrete
    • Highway Repairs / Maintenance
  • Construction Quality Control / Quality Assurance
  • Construction Claims
  • Surface Conditions - Friction, Skid Resistance
  • Potholes / Roughness
  • Traffic
  • Highway Safety
  • Signage
  • Sight Distance Requirements
  • Roadside Hazards
  • ADA Requirements
  • Code Violations
  • View Dr. Shatnawi's Consulting Profile.
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    Sean Wilson, MS, PG, CEG
    664 W. Broadway
    Glendale CA 91204
    USA
    phone: (818) 539-8408
    fax: (818) 543-4565
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    Sean Wilson, MS, PG, CEG, has over 23 years of experience in performing Geologic and Geotechnical Forensic Engineering investigations. Mr. Wilson currently serves as a Senior Professional Geologist at Shannon & Wilson, Inc. He holds a professional engineering geologist license in California and a professional geologist license in Utah.

    Mr. Wilson has broad experience in numerous industries. He has completed or project managed over a 1,000 forensic evaluations of distressed properties in California, Utah and Oregon for insurance carriers. For the construction industry, Mr. Wilson's work in residential/commercial/public works development projects include trench and drilling exploration, down-hole logging, geotechnical laboratory testing, slope stability analysis, fault trench logging, foundation and keyway observations, fill control, mass grading monitoring. He has also provided planning and environmental impact reports for several cities and counties throughout California.

    Litigation Support - Mr. Wilson provides consultation services to attorneys, judges, arbitrators, insurance companies, and others in the evaluation and remediation of soil related distress to structures, earth movement, seismicity, and other matters related to adverse soil, geologic, or hydrologic conditions. His services are available to counsel representing both Plaintiff and Defendant.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Forensic Investigations
    • Damage Causation Evaluations
    • Geologic and Geotechnical Investigations
    • Landslide Investigations and Mitigation
    • Geologic Hazard Assessments
    • Environmental Impact Report (EIR) Preparation
    • Environmental Planning
    • Observation and Monitoring of Engineered Grading and Construction Projects
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    Ian C. Mellor, PE, SE
    4109 Conrad Dr.
    Spring Valley CA 91977
    USA
    phone: 619-252-1168
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    Ian Miller Structural Engineering Expert PhotoIan C. Mellor, PE, SE, is a licensed Civil and Structural Engineer with over 30 years of experience in the construction industry.

    Mr. Mellor has extensive experience in the evaluation and design of wood, steel, masonry, concrete, light gage steel, and fiber reinforced polymer structures. His background includes the seismic and structural evaluations of earthquake-damaged school buildings, modernization, and upgrade project of San Diego Unified School District and Department of Defense facilities, the evaluation and seismic rehabilitation design of historic theatres, and the seismic retrofit of unreinforced masonry buildings. Mr. Mellor was a member of the Haiti post disaster relief effort team that performed damage assessments for more than 200,000 units in and around the Port-au-Prince area.

    Litigation Support - Mr. Mellor is skilled in Forensic Engineering for Construction Defect litigation claims, insurance claims cause and origin evaluations, and seismic evaluation and rehabilitation of existing buildings. He is available nationally and globally to evaluate damage to structures from natural disasters and from man-made causes and in providing repair drawings. Mr. Mellor's services include deposition and trial testimony as needed.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Natural Disaster
    • Earthquakes
    • Hurricanes
    • Flood Damage Evaluation
    • Flood Repair Estimates
    • Structural Damages Evaluation
  • Structural Repair Estimates
  • Moisture Intrusion
  • Fire Damage Evaluation
  • Fire Repair Estimates
  • Structural Collapse
  • Foundations / Soils
  • Professional Licenses:
    • California Structural Engineer
    • California Professional Civil Engineer
    • Nevada Civil and Structural Engineer
    • Arizona Professional Civil Engineer
    • Hawaii Structural Engineer
    • Washington Civil and Structural Engineer
    • Oregon Civil and Structural Engineer
    • Virginia Professional Engineer
    • Louisiana Professional Engineer
    • New York Professional Engineer
    • Model Law Structural Engineer Designation - National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Land Surveying (NCEES) Licensed in Utah, Colorado, and Texas
    Deposition Experience:
    • AAA v A-1 Budget Roofing – December, 2014 – 2 hours
    • Solorio v Bisi – January 2017 – 5 hours
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    Daniel D. Bawden, GMB, CAPS, CGR, CGP, JD
    5008 Locust St.
    Bellaire TX 77401
    USA
    phone: 713-723-8850
    fax: 713-729-7125
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    Daniel D. Bawden, GMB, CAPS, CGR, CGP, JD, has over 35 years of experience in the Construction Industry. He is a Graduate Master Builder, Certified Graduate Remodeler, Certified Aging in Place Specialist, and a Certified Green Building Professional.

    Mr. Bawden serves as an accredited Instructor for the National Association of Home Builders, certifying other builders in his own specialties. He earned both his Bachelor’s degree and Law degree from Baylor University. He is currently serving as Vice Chair of the NAHB Remodelers Council, on track to be the national spokesman for the remodeling industry in 2017.

    Litigation Support - Mr. Bawden has an outstanding reputation for winning cases. His combination of legal and hands-on construction experience, along with his numerous certifications, make him a highly credible witness in all facets of residential construction.

    Mr. Bawden helped write the "Residential Construction Performance Guidelines," which is the primary criteria for construction standards. With trial experience on behalf of both homeowners and builders, Mr. Bawden is a likeable persona, an excellent and clear communicator, effective before arbitrators, judges, and juries alike.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Construction Cost Estimates / Analysis
    • Construction Defects
    • Project Management Disputes
  • Construction for the Disabled (ADA)
  • Construction Delays
  • Code Compliance / Violation
  • View Dan Bawden's Consulting Profile.
    9/13/2017 · Construction
    What is the first thing I should do if my home got flooded? Call your flood insurance company and file a claim, preferably before August 31st, when the flood settlement rates go down. How can I find out if I have flood insurance, and who to call?

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    Rudolph P. Frizzi, PE, GE, D.GE
    Geotechnical Engineering Consultant
    555 Montgomery Street, Suite 1300
    San Francisco CA USA
    phone: 201-398-4613
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    Rudolph P. Frizzi, PE, GE, D.GE is a Civil Engineer with over 25 years of extensive practical Foundation and Geotechnical Engineering experience. Mr. Frizzi has extensive project management experience throughout the United States and internationally, with particular emphasis on:
    • Foundation Design and Construction in Urban Areas
    • Large Scale Land and Waterfront Public and Private Development Projects
    Mr. Frizzi has obtained extensive field, office supervision, and project management experience including soil and rock sampling and in-situ testing; monitoring pre , during, and post-construction with state-of-the-art geotechnical instrumentation; nondestructive testing; aqueous and sub-aqueous inspections and investigations; and heavy construction which has contributed to his practical approach to geotechnical problem solving.

    In addition to his "engineer of record" experience, Mr. Frizzi has provided expert geotechnical consultation and trial testimony on over 50 excavation and foundation litigation cases throughout the United States and internationally. His services are available to attorneys for Plaintiff and Defense.

    Areas of Forensic Expertise:
    • Foundations for Stadiums, Arenas, High-Rise Structures in Urban Areas
    • Embankment and Dam Stability
    • Large-scale Land and Waterfront / Marine Structures and Development
    • Shallow and Deep Foundation Systems
    • Soft and Hard Rock Treatment
    • Earthwork
    • Ground Improvement of Waste Fills
    • Temporary and Permanent Lateral Support Systems for Deep Excavations
    • Geotechnical Instrumentation and Vibration Monitoring
    • Construction Dewatering
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    Keith C. Madigan, PE
    100 West Road, Suite 300
    Towson MD 21204
    USA
    phone: 410-527-1983
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    Keith C. Madigan, PE, is an Engineering and Construction Management expert with over 30 years of experience in the design and construction industry including roles with consultants, contractors, developers, and building owners.

    Mr. Madigan holds the following certifications: CSI-Construction Documents Technologist, ASHRAE-Building Energy Assessment Professional, ASHRAE-Building Commissioning Professional, LEED AP-BD+C, and LEED AP O+M. He is a licensed professional engineer in NY, NJ, PA, DE, MD, DC, VA, WV, NC, SC, GA, TX, IL, MI, FL, CT, and CO.

    Mr. Madigan provides engineering, construction, and facility management consulting services for commercial, industrial, and multi-family properties. He is experienced in construction management support, property condition assessments, building envelope evaluations, feasibility studies, forensic investigations and expert witness support, building code consulting, and LEED / green building consulting.

    Litigation Support - Mr. Madigan's forensic and expert witness experience has included deposition and trial testimony for a variety of construction defect, property damage, premises liability, and construction management claims. His services are available to attorneys representing plaintiffs and defendants and include site reviews, preparation of detailed reports, depositions, and trial testimony as needed.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Construction Defects
    • Building Codes
    • Construction Management
    • Construction Scheduling
    • Construction Disputes
    • Green Building
    • Property Condition Assessments
  • Property Damage
  • Building Envelope / Water Intrusion
  • Construction Standard of Care
  • Construction Safety
  • Construction Forensic Engineering
  • Construction Defect Cause & Origin
  • Building Inspection
  • View Keith C. Madigan's Consulting Profile.
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    Carl H. Josephson, SE
    Principal Structural Engineer
    See Multiple Addresses Below
    CA, NV, AZ USA
    phone: 858-558-2181
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    Carl H. Josephson, S.E., has over 35 years of Structural Engineering experience. He is active in numerous professional organizations and has served as the Structural Engineer member of the California Board for Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, and Geologists.

    Principal Structural Engineer at JW&A, Mr. Josephson and his team provide special studies, investigations, code review and analysis, and have conducted structural investigations on 1,000s of buildings throughout the Western United States for a diverse group of clients.

    Litigation Support - JW&A have been retained as structural engineering experts by plaintiff and defense clients on over 1,500 cases, and have testified at deposition, trial and arbitration on over 300 matters across Southern California, Northern California, Arizona, Nevada, Colorado, and Oregon. Designated as experts for homeowner associations, developers, and subcontractor cross-defendants, they strive to provide balanced, well reasoned and practical solutions to construction litigation problems. They have also been retained as court-appointed neutral experts on several cases.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Wood Structures
    • Masonry Structures
    • Steel Structures
    • Concrete Structures
    • Construction Defects
    • Insurance Litigation
    • Professional Liability Claims
  • Seismic / Wind Design
  • Code Review
  • Standard of Care Analysis
  • Foundations
  • Underpinning
  • Retaining Walls
  • Tie-backs
  • Josephson-Werdowatz & Associates, Inc. Office Locations:
    • San Diego Office
      6370 Lusk Blvd., Suite F200
      San Diego, CA 92121-2753
      Telephone: 858-558-2181
      Facsimile: 858-558-2188
  • Las Vegas Office
    3753 Howard Hughes Parkway, Suite 200
    Las Vegas, Nevada 89169-0952
    Telephone: 702-733-6500
    Facsimile: 702-733-6555
    • Scottsdale Office
      15849 North 71st Street, Suite 100
      Scottsdale, Arizona 85254-2179
      Telephone: 480-945-5337
      Facsimile: 480-945-5499
  • Sacramento Office
    770 L Street, Suite 950
    Sacramento, California 95814-3361
    Telephone: 916-242-833
    Facsimile: 916-242-8332
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    Ray G. Helmer, P.E.
    Principal
    9314 Bankside Drive
    Houston TX 77031-1713
    USA
    phone: 713-777-7611
    fax: 713-774-6881
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    Ray Helmer is a Licensed Professional Engineer in the states of Texas, Oklahoma, Alabama, Ohio and Kansas. He is available to perform Expert Witness Services in all 50 states.

    Ray Helmer has acted as an Expert Witness and as a consultant to both plaintiffs and defendants and their representing counsel in the resolution of numerous cases. He has been called as a consultant in cases involving insurance companies, utility companies, state highway departments, railroad companies, private companies, and land and commercial developers.

    As an Expert Witness/Consultant, Mr. Helmer enjoys a reputation for his rigorous attention to detail and professional expertise. He spends a considerable amount of time inspecting the sites where the alleged instances occurred, taking photographs, preparing detailed surveys, and reports, reviewing witnesses' statements and depositions, and using his professional knowledge and expertise to provide accurate and impartial assessments.

    Areas of Expertise:
  • Civil, Structural and Forensic engineering
  • Highway engineering, roadways, sight distance
  • Concrete and Asphalt Pavements
  • Highway / Street lighting
  • Traffic engineering, signals, signs, striping
  • Traffic noise studies
  • Accidents – automobile, train, motorcycle, pedestrian
  • Traffic accident testimony involving city / County / State DOTS
  • Hydraulics, hydrology, drainage, flooding
  • Sanitary engineering, sewers, overflows
  • Water treatment, distribution, pumping
  • Water disinfection byproducts (DBPs)
  • Wastewater treatment plants, lift stations
  • Soil expansion, contraction, settlement
  • Foundation failure, structural damage
  • Plumbing, leaks, water intrusion
  • Airports, FAA standards, runways, taxi ways, ramps
  • Bridges, buildings, corrosion, concrete cracking
  • Construction defects, fraud, accidents, delays, estimates
  • Hydroplaning is frequently alleged to be a cause of vehicular traffic accidents. This is because many persons, even law enforcement personnel, may not know the technical definition and criteria for hydroplaning.

    Many vehicular accidents happen because drivers are in too much of a hurry or they are distracted by any number of things. They just are not paying close enough attention to their surroundings. Traffic accidents at signalized intersections are common where both drivers claim the other driver is at fault.

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