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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.
Codes and Standards Interpretation
Materials Characterization and Evaluation
Fire Safety and Prevention
A congregation seeks answers for moisture intrusion issuesRead the Case Study
Four cranes owned by different companies fell during a hurricane. Which one fell first?Read the Case Study
During a thunderstorm, a 55,000 barrel tank containing gasoline was struck by lightning. Repair costs were reviewed and compared with observed damage.Read the Case Study
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