After a very busy year and a sustained high demand for our civil/structural engineering services, resulting largely from natural disasters (tornadoes as well as record snow loads and floods), our team was taxed but was able to cope, albeit at the expense of longer delays for reports and site examinations. As such, we extend our thanks to our clients for being so understanding and patient during that time period. However, we have taken steps to remedy this situation and we are pleased to announce that two additional civil/structural engineers have now joined our Ottawa office staff.
CEP Forensic's Waterloo office, along with Strigberger Brown Armstrong and the Insurance Institute are organizing a full day of seminars including two live burns.
CEP Forensic is pleased to announce the arrival of Mr. David Porter, M.Eng., P.Eng., who will be heading our office located in the heart of Toronto. Mr. Porter will take on the role of Regional Manager for the Toronto Office.
Whether you are adjusting a first party claim, defending a liability claim or pursuing recovery through subrogation, investigating fire losses and understanding what goes into that investigation can be critical to managing your files successfully. Join us on June 27, 2019 for a program centered around a live, controlled structure fire.
Canada’s forensic engineering leader relaunches its brand to reflect recent growth. CEP Sintra, Canada’s largest independent forensic engineering firm, is consolidating its market presence under the banner of CEP Forensic. The change reflects continuing efforts to simplify the identity of its many locations, as well as for acquisitions and developments to come.
CEP is proud to announce that Mr. Hugo Julien, a specialist engineer, joined our team in Montreal (Laval). Mr. Julien is certified API 510, API 570, API 571 and CSA W178.2 Level II. He is also an ASME certified instructor and a CSA B51 associate member.
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