KPE-Forensic Engineers

 Serving Upper Midwest
Claims Pages Service Provider Since 10/29/2020
402-291-1444
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When building systems fail, our experts can help determine how and why it happened. Forensic Engineers and Architects are specialized practicing professionals who apply analytical skills to unraveling technical mysteries and mitigating consequence of accidents or failures.

KPE offers a full range of professional investigative engineering/architectural services to provide reliable, cost-effective solutions. Our Licensed Professional Engineers and Registered Architects provide the expertise you need. Our licensed disciplines include architecture and ALL the major engineering disciplines (mechanical, electrical, structural and architectural).

Our Capabilities:

Appraisal and Umpire, Building Code Compliance, Cause and Origin, Construction Defects, Design Errors & Omissions, Electrical Failures, Expert Witness / Litigation Support, Fire Investigation, Flood Damage, Foundation Failures, Hail, Wind, Storm Damage, HVAC, Indoor Air Quality, Infrared Thermography, Laboratory Services, Lightning Claims, Mechanical Failures, Mold, Plumbing Failures, Product Liability, Reality Capture / 3D Laser Scanning, Roof Damage, Slip, Trip & Fall Analysis, Structural Failures & Analysis, Subrogation Support, and Water Intrusion
TERRITORIES COVERED
Serving Upper Midwest
YEARS IN BUSINESS
22 Years
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