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John Thomazin, P.E. - Forensic Engineering Technologies

John Thomazin, MSME, P.E.

Mr. Thomazin is a licensed professional engineer in four states with over 23 years of experience in the fields of engineering, structural design, computer-aided engineering, consulting, and as an adjunct professor. He […]

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Shane Niemann, E.I. - Forensic Engineering Technologies

Shane Niemann, E.I.

Mr. Niemann specializes in mechanical system failure analysis and the reconstruction of accidents involving motor vehicles, forklifts, tractors and pedestrians. He received a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering from the University of Central […]

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Christopher Banbury

Christopher Banbury, P.E.

Mr. Banbury has over 25 years of experience in the fields of structural and civil engineering. He has a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Kentucky and a […]

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Paul D. Tucker, P.E. and Philip G. Fatolitis, Ph.D.

Meet The Experts

Philip G. Fatolitis, Ph.D. Dr. Philip (Phil) Fatolitis is a retired U.S. Navy Medical Service Corps officer (Lieutenant Commander/Naval Aerospace Experimental Psychologist) and Navy Corpsman with over 23 years of active duty […]

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Ground Penetrating Radar in Forensic Evaluations

What is Ground Penetrating Radar? Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is a non-destructive testing (NDT) method that transmits radiofrequency waves to penetrate a multitude of different mediums. Reflected signals are then analyzed for […]

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Paul D. Tucker, P.E. - Structural Engineer

Paul Tucker, P.E.

Mr. Tucker’s work experience includes civil and structural engineering positions in industry, academia, and consulting firms. In industry, he has been responsible for structural engineering design, project management, inspections, and code compliance. […]

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forensic engineering hurricane damage

Hurricane Michael: The Rebuilding Process

The aftermath of Michael has left behind many hazards. Bridges and roadways remain more prone to collapse. Buildings may have been weakened structurally. Downed power lines could be live and present the […]

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