Forensic engineering helps to answer the question “why?” Engineering practices and principles are utilized to determine and interpret the cause(s) and origin(s) associated with failures or conditions of concern regarding a building envelope and its components.
EES Group, Inc. is one of the foremost authorities in the forensic industry. We understand the importance of determining the cause and origin of forensic matters accurately, without bias, within a responsive timeframe, and at a competitive rate. With over 100 years of combined experience, EES is uniquely qualified to respond to your forensic engineering needs. The links below provide detailed information regarding our forensic services.
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