U.S. Forensic’s Leadership Team
Mr. Bell is the managing partner of U.S. Forensic, L.L.C. and is responsible for the day to day operations of the national forensic engineering consulting firm. Mr. Bell holds a Bachelor’s Degree and a Master of Science Degree and has over 18 years experience in engineering, fire investigations, environmental and construction markets. As the administrative manager for U.S. Forensic, he directs overall company growth strategies.
He has experience in hiring and training of administrative, sales and technical positions; has developed sales, advertising and marketing strategies; performed site selection and contract negotiation of physical locations; maintained customer relations programs; negotiated national service contracts and implemented technical quality controls. Mr. Bell has also taught two college level business management courses.
Mr. Janowsky oversees U.S. Forensic’s Civil Engineering and Flood Departments. He obtained his Master’s degree in Civil Engineering from Tulane University after his Bachelor’s degree from the University of New Orleans and is a registered professional engineer in civil engineering in numerous states. Throughout his career, Mr. Janowsky has performed forensic investigations and supervised the design and construction of numerous engineering projects consisting of new construction, modifications to existing features, and damage repairs, from the initial client contact through the completion of construction. He has coordinated efforts of structural, mechanical, electrical, surveying, and drafting department personnel to produce concise, constructible design concepts and accurate construction drawings and specifications.
Mr. DeHarde manages U.S. Forensic’s Mechanical & Electrical Division. He is a graduate of the University of New Orleans with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering Sciences, Mechanical Engineering Option. He has education and training in mechanical engineering, automotive equipment, psychometrics, heating, ventilation and air conditioning, (HVAC) plumbing, residential, and commercial construction, structures, damage assessment, and failure analysis.
Mr. DeHarde’s specific forensic engineering experience includes years of failure analysis, accident investigations, and mold formation causes. He has given presentations on lightning damage to HVAC and other equipment, weather damage to HVAC equipment and moisture source investigations. He has testified in state and municipal courts in Louisiana and Mississippi as an expert witness in forensic engineering, vehicle mechanics, mechanical engineering, accident reconstruction, vehicle design, vehicle failures, and hail damage to vehicles.