From production to assembly, purchase to delivery, there are many systems that make businesses move. Whether responding to a loss incident at a shopping mall or to damage involving industrial equipment, there is a need to understand the course of events that led to the incident. Once a commercial or industrial enterprise is up and running again, the moment is opportune to apply the results of the engineering analysis and develop a plan for loss recurrence prevention at the same facility or at a comparable one.

Building Systems Design & Analysis


  • Foundations
  • Structures
  • Roofing systems
  • Site placement

Electrical Systems

  • Lighting
  • Communications
  • Controls
  • Power Distribution

Mechanical Systems

  • Heating, ventilation, air conditioning
  • Entrance or egress
  • Sprinklers and other fires suppression means

Codes and Standards Interpretation

Fracture/Damage Analysis

Materials Characterization and Evaluation

Fire Safety and Prevention

Applied to:

  • Damage Incident Root Cause Determination
  • Construction Evaluation
  • Evaluation of Machinery and Equipment
  • Damage Assessment
  • Repair or Replacement Analysis
  • Scope of Repair
  • Cost of Repair
  • Fire Root Cause Determination
  • Reconstruction Monitoring and Assessment
  • Loss Recurrence Prevention Activities