Harvey H. Stone, PE, President
, has over 25 years of Railroad
experience with Short Line Railroads and Streetcar Systems
- Mr. Stone began working for the US Army Corps of Engineers in 1964 and then A. W. Cross, Inc. a contractor in 1966. Mr. Stone was then employed by Northwest Engineering, Inc. in 1968 and became president in 1980 until 1996. In 1996, he organized Stone Consulting & Design, Inc. to provide consulting services to the railroad industry, sold the firm to TranSystems in 2007 and re-purchased the firm in 2010.
Mr. Stone has provided track design, bridge design, and all types of inspection services to railroads and associated clients. He has no affiliations with Class 1 Railroads. Mr. Stone has been an active member of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), and the American Railway Engineering and Maintenance of Way Association. His membership in the ACEC has enabled him to obtain invaluable exposure to the many changes in engineering technology over the years as well as continued awareness of the constantly changing rules, regulations and grant programs on all governmental levels.
- Mr. Stone and his team at Stone Consulting, Inc. have investigated insurance claims both railroad related and property damage for a number of nationally known insurance companies. These claims have included grade crossing accidents, damage to railroad equipment by trucks or other vehicles, determining blame for derailments, damage due to sewer line construction, foundation damage and damages to homes due to floods, hurricanes, and traffic accidents.
Services are available to attorneys representing plaintiff and defendant. Mr. Stone is licensed as a Professional Engineer in AR; CO; FL; GA; IL; MD; ME; MI; MN; MO; MT; NC; NH; NY; OK; PA; TN; TX; UT; VA; WI; IA; MA; NE; NV; OR; RI; SC; VT; WA; and WY. He has been accepted as an expert witness by the Surface Transportation Board (STB) for railroad track design, construction and maintenance of way.
Areas of Expertise
View Harvey Stone's Consulting Profile
- Railroad Track Design
- Short Line Railroads
- Industrial Railroads
- Railroad Grade Crossings
- Track Related Injuries
- Historic Railroad Lines
- Railroad Structures
- Tourist Railroad
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