Mr. Hill earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Nevada Reno. He has more than twenty years of professional experience in forensic evaluation.
Mr. Hill’s experience includes design and construction of low-rise buildings for high wind and hurricanes, building structures and sustainability, structural building condition surveys, hail-damaged roofing, biodeterioration of wood, shallow foundation design, building construction and repair. He has conducted subrogation evaluations and evaluations to determine seismic loads for buildings and other structures. He has served as a lecturer and lead technical advisor. Projects include investigations and failure analysis related to residential, commercial and government facilities, and evaluation of construction defect claims. His work includes condition assessment of building construction related to construction defect issues and structure property damage. He has been the lead engineer on several large construction defect projects and works as an appraiser in the alternate dispute resolution process. Also, he is experienced in framing, roofing, and landscaping construction practices, and has worked with several versions of building code development and research related to damage assessment of structures. Additionally, he has designed over 30,000 truss component repairs arising from damages. Mr. Hill has formulated and set standards for the design of engineered building components including wood trusses, engineered beams, I-joists and connections.FORENSIC SERVICES: Flood Damage Evaluations, Structural Evaluations, Construction Defect, Moisture Damage Evaluations, Roof Damage Assessments, Storm Damage Assessments, Thermal Imaging Services