Structural Engineer in Houston TX
Structural Engineer & Foundation Engineering in Houston
Dedicated to the solution of problems in residential and commercial buildings, a professional engineer registered in Texas and Louisiana, an ICC code certified inspector (plumbing, electrical, mechanical, fuel gas, structural), a structural engineer, and primary state warranty inspector (structural and workmanship & materials) during the TRCC period.
Clients have included homeowners, homebuilders, contractors, insurance adjusters, attorneys, real estate brokers and agents, and state and federal government agencies. These clients have appreciated the thorough investigation, full documentation, multi-disciplined analysis, and firm conclusions included in reports.
Structural Engineering Services in Houston
These clients have appreciated thorough investigation, full documentation, multi-disciplined analysis, and firm conclusions included in reports. t is possible that the solution may be found during our initial conversation. Otherwise, a discussion of the scope of work and pricing will commence the resolution of your problem. It is important to me that my services are worth to you what I am charging. If you don’t think you have gotten your money’s worth, we can discuss that issue.
Why Houston Foundation Inspection Is Important?
The civil justice system also has a need for forensics. Some civil cases require an in-depth understanding of technical issues not generally understood by a judge or jury, in those cases the court will entertain the use of experts. Also, the two issues of greatest concern in a civil case are causation and damages. Causation will determine the responsible parties, damage valuation will determine the amount of settlement.
But forensics, as practiced, encompasses more than criminal, more than civil. Many causation investigations have no justice implications; people just want to know the source of the problems so they can remedy it. The investigation, whether performed for legal requirements or not, is performed in the same manner. Who may have caused the problem is of secondary interest.