Concrete / Cement Technology Expert Witnesses and Consultants
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Experts in mix design, durability, deterioration mechanisms, materials testing, petrography, quality control, admixtures, aggregates, rebar corrosion, coating performance and failure analysis.
The listings below are all Concrete / Cement Technology expert witnesses and consultants.
Expert ListingsShatec Engineering Consultants, LLC
Shakir Shatnawi, Ph.D., P.E., President
El Dorado Hills, CA
Design, construction, construction quality, QC/QA, cracking, strength, shrinkage, surface defects, inspection, hazards, pavement design, concrete,concrete pavement, specifications, standards, maintenance, code violations, liability, and causation. Public works, Caltrans experience, civil/traffic engineering design plans, field investigations, inspection, edge-drop, construction defects, concrete failure, failure analysis, cement, slab cracking.
Construction Strategies And Solutions
Mr. Loy's extensive experience in the design & placement of structural concrete. His experience as a structural engineer & managing dozens of multi- million dollar concrete projects, he is adept at concrete claims analysis/rebuttal/preparation & expert testimony for both plaintiffs & defendants. With experience as an owner's rep, construction manager, project manager and design-builder he can relate to any situation and quickly determine the optimum approach or tact to best understand the problem being arbitrated, mediated or litigated to achieve the desired result.
CASE Consultants & Forensics
Kamran Nemati, Ph.D., P.E., F.ASCE, F.ACI
Technical assessments involving structural and construction related issues including residential, commercial, transportation, and industrial projects. Determining the cause, origin, and extent of structural failures, construction defects, materials defect, and water intrusion related distress. Investigation of settlement and foundation failure, construction liability, materials of construction and evaluation of structural damage and defect. Developing repair strategies.
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