EMA Structural Engineers Forensic Engineers Available to Provide Structural Building Damage Assessment in Haiti after Earthquake
Online PR News – 24-January-2010 – – Structural Building Damage Earthquake Structural & Forensic Engineering Expert Available to Provide Building Damage Assessment after Haiti Earthquake.
Structural forensic engineers Available
CEO of EMA Consulting Engineers, Inc is available to provide physical damage assessment, Structural Engineers, structural condition for building which have sustained major structural defects after Haiti earthquake, which has caused massive destruction, including the collapse of many government offices in the capital Port-au-Prince. (Haitian president René Préval told The Miami Herald that the Haitian Parliament and national tax office collapsed, in addition to schools and hospitals.). EMA Consulting Engineers Provide Structural Engineering, Structural design, Building Damage assessment, Forensic Engineers damage assessment, Infrared Imaging, Building Condition assessment etc.
we specializes in structural damage assessment & current structural integrity engineering assessment related to earthquake loading, soil dynamics and nondestructive material characterization using stress waves. He has extensive experience in major natural disasters including earthquakes in Pakistan, and major hurricanes including Andrew, Katrina, Rita, Charlie at numerous locations throughout USA. At each site, he was part of a team that documented construction failures, infrared inspectors.
EMA Structrual Engineers's engineers have extensive experience in building design, structural analysis, forensic engineering, building collapse assessment, structural damage assessment, forensic investigation, building inspections, structural inspections, construction monitoring, existing building serviceablity assessment, infrared inspectors, as well as building construction, construction inspections, building threshold inspection, structural engineering and forensic engineering experience in USA.. He can reached at: