Brandon Cathcart

Brandon Cathcart

B.Sc., EIT | Forensic Investigator

Specialties: Collision Reconstruction, Mechanical Engineering

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Office : Edmonton

Phone : 780 420-1551     ext. 6103

Email : bcathcart@cep-experts.ca

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

Brandon came to CEP in 2017, after graduating for the University of Alberta in 2015 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He works within the collision reconstruction and failure groups of CEP investigating motor vehicle collisions involving multiple vehicles, motorcycles, ATVs, pedestrians, and low speed impacts. Brandon is also involved in the assessment of equipment malfunctions, and failure investigations, as well as the evaluation of engineering reports from other firms.

 

EXPERTISE

Because Brandon is part of both the Property and Accident Reconstruction groups of CEP, he specializes in both the area of failure analysis and the investigation of motor vehicle incidents. His assignments have included investigations into mechanical and electrical failures in a variety of settings from residential to industrial. He has also undertaken a variety of motor vehicle collision investigations, including single and multi-vehicle accident reconstructions, bicycle collisions and pedestrian incidents.

FIELDS OF EXPERTISE

  • Accident Reconstruction
  • Examination and documentation of vehicles and collision sites
  • Interpretation of roadway markings
  • Data retrieval from vehicle on-board modules
  • Analysis of vehicle and occupant dynamics
  • Simulations of vehicle collisions in 3-D environments
  • Low speed, high speed, sideswipe, rollover and fatal collisions
  • Motorcycle, all-terrain vehicles, snowmobiles and pedestrians
  • Human factors analysis including visibility assessments
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechanical Equipment and Industrial Processes
  • Component failure
  • Building Mechanical Systems
  • Plumbing
  • Residential and commercial appliances
  • Code Compliance Studies
  • Building Code compliance of industrial, commercial and residential buildings