Point Clouds: A Powerful Investigative Tool

Science, technology and engineering are constantly advancing and it can be quite challenging to keep up. Some technology certainly deserves to be known and that is the case with Point Clouds. This tech looks like it is from the future but is increasingly accessible and put to use in many fields. To find out more about this technology and how it can be useful in forensic investigations, we sat down with our expert Brandon Cathcart.

For clear answers following a catastrophe

Supporting our clients with a team of forensic engineers, ready to be deployed from coast to coast in the event of a natural disaster: this is the raison d'être of CEP’s Catastrophe Response (CAT) Team.

Ready to roll?

Whether you are riding your bike, driving your car, or even using an elevator, bearings are part of our daily lives. Most of the time, we don't notice them... except when a failure affects our activities!

Keeping Boilers Safe

The first boiler with a safety valve was designed by Denis Papin of France in 1679; boilers were made and used in England by the turn of the 18th century. Early boilers were made of wrought iron and riveted; as the advantages of high pressure and temperature were realized, manufacturers turned to steel and welding was accepted by the ASME Code in the 30’s.

Oil and Concrete: the effects of contamination on structural elements

Oil spills and leaks happen, particularly in structures that deal with the storage, transport, or processing of oil products. Contamination can occur through a variety of avenues, but the main concern when dealing with contaminated concrete (outside of the environmental issues) is whether the structure is still sound. What do these leaks or spills do to the concrete below them?


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