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
Building Automation Expertise:
Access Control CCTV Surveillance Emergency Communications Operations Risk Assessments
Other Systems Expertise:
Energy Management HVAC Controls Operations MEP Commissioning Fire Alarm Telecommunication Intelligent Buildings
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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.
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