U.S. Forensic was hired to perform an evaluation of buckled and cupped floors in a recreation and fitness facility. Mr. William Janowsky, P.E. was retained to complete the assignment.
It was reported that a church building was damaged during the passage of Hurricane Isaac on August 29, 2012. The specific damage reported was that wind pressures damaged the roof coverings of the building and that rainwater entered the interior of the building during the storm and damaged the interior finishes. U.S. Forensic was retained to perform an evaluation of the building and to determine the cause and extent of the reported damage.
U.S. Forensic was retained to examine a 2011 Nissan Frontier truck to determine the origin and cause of a fire. The vehicle was inspected by Matthew A. Guffey, IAAI-CFI using his accelerant detection canine, Shazam.
On October 8th, U.S. Forensic took aerial images of the eastern coastline after the landfall of Hurricane Matthew.
U. S. Forensic was retained by our client to perform a key analysis related to a reportedly stolen vehicle. The 2 keys and the single keyless entry transmitter for the Chevrolet were examined, tested and photographed by Jeffrey P. Stark, P.E. and Forensic Locksmith at the U.S. Forensic facility in Metairie, Louisiana.
The cruise ship Carnival Triumph broke free from its moorings and drifted across the Mobile River, where it collided with a moored dredge. This is the same ship that days earlier was without air conditioning, and largely without lights, water, food and working toilets due to an engine fire.
U.S. Forensic was hired to perform an evaluation of a bulkhead at a shorebase facility and to determine the cause and extent of the reported damage and provide a scope of repairs.
U.S. Forensic was hired to determine the cause and extent of damage to a 2-story commercial building that was constructed in 2014. It was reported to U.S. Forensic that the second story floor and roof slabs were cracked and severely deflected downward at the middle of the building.
Bill Yanko, PhD, PE summarizes the testing and results of the water duration and cabinet study.
To study the effects of water on wood-based composite cabinetry (particleboard), U. S. Forensic engineers, under the direction of William Yanko, PhD, PE, conducted an intricate experimental test program.