U.S. Forensic conducted a crane failure evaluation involving an American 5300 crawler crane. U.S. Forensic was retained by a dredging company to evaluate the damage to the boom and to determine the cause and origin of the reported damages.
We are pleased to announce that Stephen R. O’Flynn O’Brien, P.E., has joined the U.S. Forensic team in Charlotte, North Carolina. Mr. O’Flynn O’Brien obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He is a registered professional engineer in North Carolina.
We want to ensure our US. Forensic families and business partners that we are working to safely and effectively maintain services during this trying time.
Civil Engineering Openings in Florida U.S. Forensic, a forensic engineering firm providing services throughout the U.S., has civil engineering opportunities in Florida including position openings in Orlando, Ft. Myers, and Miami. We are seeking engineers with hands on failure analysis experience. He or she must have ability to analyze various residential and commercial building failures […]
With great sadness, we announce the loss of a member of the U.S. Forensic team. Shazam, our accelerant detection K-9, passed away on Friday. Mr. Matt Guffey, fire investigator and K-9 Handler said he’s received an outpouring of support from those who knew Shazam.
We want to honor and recognize the talented and hard-working engineers that make up our U.S. Forensic family. National Engineers week and 2020 Mardi Gras season overlap. Thank you for all of your contributions to USF and the profession… & Laissez Les Bons Temps Rouler! Have a safe and enjoyable Mardi Gras!
U.S. Forensic will be exhibiting at the annual PLRB conference in Washington D.C, March 8-11. Visit us at booth 703 to learn more about our engineering services and nationwide coverage.
We are proud to announce that Daniel Packer, a linguist and U.S. Forensic administrative team member, was selected to present his research at the NCUR 2020 Conference. Two of his abstracts were selected from more than 4000 submissions.
We are pleased to announce that Mr. Kenneth (Joey) Krefft, Jr., P.E., has joined the U.S. Forensic team in Lafayette, Louisiana. Mr. Krefft obtained his Bachelor of Science degrees in Civil Engineering and Marketing from Louisiana State University and A&M College in Baton Rouge. He is a registered professional engineer in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas.
In the true spirit of the season, wishing you and yours peace and joy.