Durham School Lunch-and-Learn

“Forensic Building Analyses”

Presented by Travis Ebisch (Senior Project Director)
Nelson Forensics

Friday, March 8, 2024
12:00 PM:  Boxed lunches available
12:15 PM - 1:15 PM: Presentation
Peter Kiewit Institute Room 160 (Omaha), Kiewit Hall A405W (Lincoln), or Zoom

Please use the form below to RSVP for lunch or the Zoom link, preferably by 5 PM on Tues., March 5, 2024.

The engineers, architects, and scientists at Nelson Forensics identify damage and develop remediation solutions for buildings, equipment, and other property caused by natural perils, inadequate maintenance and misuse, and design and construction errors. This talk will introduce attendees to the field of forensic building analyses, and be presented by senior project director, Travis Ebisch, who has performed structural engineering and materials science forensic analysis and remedial design for numerous residential, commercial, industrial, agricultural, athletic, and healthcare facilities which have been affected by collapses, construction defects, design errors, earthquakes, expansive soils, explosions, fire, hail, hurricanes, subgrade settlement, tornadoes, vehicular impact, veneer and cladding failures, water intrusion, windstorms, and wood bio-deterioration.

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