Daniel Han is a civil structural engineer with 5 years of experience and has been with CEP Toronto since 2021. He obtained his Bachelor of Applied Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Waterloo in 2017. Prior to joining CEP, Daniel worked as a structural engineer with a focus on light frame wood residential structures (houses, detached garages etc.), temporary structures, retaining walls, and failure cause determinations. Daniel also designed/analyzed restorations and modifications of these structures and institutional, commercial, industrial (ICI) structures.
As a forensic engineer in the Structural & Civil team with CEP, Daniel performs on-site investigations and prepares technical reports to determine the cause and extent of damage. He performs detailed analyses of structural systems and provides opinions on the damages (cause and/or extent), safety and integrity, code compliance, and mitigation. While Daniel has a specialization in structural engineering, he also works in cooperation with other experts within the CEP civil team on a broad range of civil engineering issues to render a consistent level of service to all of our clients.
FIELDS OF EXPERTISE
- Structural and Civil Engineering
- Blasting and Vibration
- Swimming Pools
- Foundations and Concrete
- Post-Fire Investigation
- Construction and Hidden Defects
- Contract Dispute
- Building Envelope
- Structural Damage
- Urban Hydraulics and Infrastructure
- Compliance, Building Codes and Meeting Standards