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John H Miller, PE

Donan Engineering

Easley, South Carolina

Civil Engineering Expert Witness, Structural Engineering Expert Witness roofing, hail, flood, wind, hurricane, tornado, moisture, construction defect, water intrusion, fire, earthquake
Additional Information Over 20 years experience as a structural design engineer. Over six years experience as a forensic engineer. Topics covered include: hail and wind damage to roofing materials; wind damage to structures; flood damage to structures; structural damage from fire; water intrusion; cause of moisture damage; foundation damage.

Kevin M. Rogers, MCE, P.E.

Douglas Structure

Carrollton, Texas

Structural Engineering Expert Witness, Civil Engineering Expert Witness Blast, brick, concrete, cladding, collapse, code, construction, damage, defect, deficiencies, earthquake, evaluation, failure, fire, flood, foundation, hail, hurricane, intrusion, masonry, moisture, rehabilitation, remediation, roofing, seismic, snow, steel, storm, tornado, wall, water, wind, wood
Additional Information Mr. Rogers has a diverse professional background that includes extensive experience in both consulting structural engineering services for commercial buildings and forensic engineering. During his structural design career, Mr. Rogers built a reputation among his peers and clients for the ability to solve complex structural engineering problems with efficient, practical solutions on projects such as churches, libraries, hospital renovations, multi-story office buildings, K-12 educational facilities, and natatoriums. In 2012, Mr. Rogers began his career in forensic engineering which involved conducting investigations to determine the cause of damages to commercial and residential structures resulting from tornados, hurricanes, earthquakes, floods, fire, explosions, hail, wind, water intrusion, and vehicular impacts. After nearly four years with a nationally recognized forensic consulting firm, Mr. Rogers founded the Forensic Engineering department of Douglas Structure in 20...