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Dale R. Wheeler
PE
4910 Quality Drive
Fredericksburg VA 22408
USA
phone: 703-477-5928
fax: 703-794-1744
Dale Wheeler is licensed in Fire Protection and Safety Engineering, and is certified in Basic Code Enforcement / Building Inspection by the Building Officials and Code Administrators (BOCA). He is published on fire safety in Atrium Buildings and in Exhibition Halls.

Mr. Wheeler's Areas of Expertise include:
  • Fire Protection System Design, installation and operation:
    - Fire detection
    - Smoke detection
    - Fire alarm
    - Central Station
    - Sprinkler systems
    - Fire suppression systems
    - Smoke control
  • Fire and Smoke Barriers
  • Building Code, Life Safety Code, and Fire Code Compliance
  • Fire Hazard, Building Materials, Fire Resistance Ratings
  • Fire Cause and Origin
  • Arson
  • Means of egress, egress signage, emergency lighting
  • Forensic Fire and Fire Systems Investigation
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Robert Malanga, P.E.
President
9 Flintlock Drive, Suite 100
Long Valley, NJ 07853
NJ, NY, PA, MA, CT, DE, RI, ME, NH, VT
USA
phone: 908-876-3255
fax: 908-876-4299
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Fire & Risk Engineering provides Fire Protection and Risk Management solutions for projects involving industrial, commercial, institutional, mercantile, transportation, educational, residential, and complex public facilities. They apply scientific laws to fire analyses in order to form a solid foundation for indisputable arguments. In addition, Fire & Risk Engineering provides the experience to identify, interpret and explain the relevant codes, standards, regulations and industry practice that affect the determination of responsibility.

Robert Malanga, P.E., holds degrees in Fire Protection Engineering as well as in Technology Management and the Electrical/Electronic field. For over 28 years, Mr. Malanga has dedicated his career and avocations to Fire Protection, Life Safety and Risk Management. As a result, he is experienced in analyzing the development and spread of Fires and Explosions as well as evaluating the design and performance of fire protection systems. He has provided expert testimony on the subjects of fire and explosion phenomena; cause and origin; fire behavior, spread and development; design, adequacy and performance of public/private fire protection systems; fire prevention; fire protection and building codes; fire resistant construction and fire safe building design.

Services Include:
  • Fire Protection Engineering
  • Fire Protection Systems Evaluation
  • Forensic Engineering
  • Risk Management Consulting
  • Master Planning Program Development
  • Life Safety and Building Code Consulting
  • Risk Assessment and Fire Defense Evaluations
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    P.E.,PhD, DSc, JD, FRSC, FTI, DEE, IH, BCEE
    Scientific Advisory Services, Ltd.
    3 Baker Hill Road
    Great Neck NY 11023
    USA
    phone: 516-482-5374(o) 516-974-7465 cell
    Dr. C.J. Abraham, P.E. is a Certified Professional Chemical Engineer with over thirty five years of international experience consulting to insurance companies, municipalities, government agencies, and the legal profession. He provides consultation to International corporations in the areas of New Product Development, Manufacturing, Packaging, Warnings and Instructions. Dr Abraham's services include Expert Witness Testimony for both Plaintiff and Defense in matters involving Personal Injury and Product Liability.

    Areas of Expertise:
  • Construction Accidents
  • OSHA
  • ADA
  • Labor Law
  • Human Factors
  • Household / Industrial Products
  • Safety Engineering
  • Retail Store Safety
  • Industrial Hygiene
  • Textiles
  • Fires / Explosions / Flammable Fabrics
  • Slips / Falls
  • Recreational / Sports Accidents
  • Toxic Exposures
  • 9/15/2017 · Product Liability
    In the United States, the most litigious country in the world, a products liability action may be brought, under state law, for express or implied breach of warranty, misrepresentation and negligence. Under the theory of strict liability, a lawsuit may be initiated on the grounds of manufacturing and design defects as well as poor and inadequate warning instructions. The best defensive strategy for a company to avoid becoming involved in any of the above is to manufacture the safest product possible within parameters of economic feasibility. If said manufacturer can vouch for safety factors in the design, production, testing, inspection and evaluation of its product as well as attentiveness to consumer complaints, it will be more likely to avoid litigation or at least be able to prevail in the courtroom.