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PROVIDING EXPERT ANSWERS TO YOUR FORENSIC QUESTIONS

We offer engineering services

associated with residential, commercial, and industrial buildings. Our services include FHA Mortgage Foundation certifications, catastrophic failure investigation, residential and commercial roofing assessments and structural systems design, analysis, and consulting.

Our team of engineers has a combined total in excess of 80 years of design, engineering, and construction experience. This includes residential, commercial, industrial, and lateral project types. Our service area covers the Southeast, Mid-Atlantic, and New York metropolitan regions of the United States.

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LITIGATION SUPPORT

  • Construction Management Issues
  • Structural Engineering
  • Catastrophic Collapse
  • Delay Claims
  • OSHA Multi-Employer Issues
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  • Claim Support
  • Roof Assessments
  • Structural Assessments

Catastrophic Loss Evaluations

Our experts have experience in evaluating losses due to catastrophic losses such as Hurricanes, Tornadoes, and losses due to rising water.

If you do not have flood insurance on your property, you will not be covered for loss due to rising water from your conventional home owners’ hazard insurance policy.

The administrator for the National Flood Insurance program is FEMA. Check with your insurance agent for referrals to an agency that writes flood insurance policies.

After a storm event, such as a Hurricane, many insurance providers require evaluation by a licensed engineer to determine if the losses encountered are due to rising water or water infiltration.

NATIONAL FLOOD INSURANCE PROGRAM

FLOODSMART WEBSITE

FEMA FLOOD MAPS

CONSTRUCTION SITE ACCIDENT EVALUATIONS

MULTI-EMPLOYER ISSUES

PERSONAL FALL ARREST SYSTEMS (PFAS)

OSHA GENERAL DUTY CLAUSE

WALKING SURFACES

GUARDRAILS

OSHA WEBSITE

Probe Forensic Engineering

is licensed to provide professional engineering services, including offering expert opinions, in the following states: New York, Georgia, Texas, Maryland, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, West Virginia, Virginia, Mississippi, Florida, North Carolina and Delaware.