Caliber Forensics Welcomes Scott Abraham as Principal Engineer
Houston, Texas, July 2022 – Caliber Forensics announced today the recent addition of Scott D Abraham, PE as a Principal Engineer. Abraham holds over 17 years of engineering experience in forensic analysis, design, construction, and procurement.
He has provided services in support of insurance carriers, attorneys, building owners, design professionals, contractors, and the federal government. His experience includes failure analysis relating to structural damage, soil instability, foundation movement, pavement performance, and underground utilities. He has also evaluated contract compliance, runoff analysis, and various site conditions. His extensive analysis and design experience combined with his educational background enables him to analyze a wide variety of failures. His experience also includes catastrophe response involving hurricane winds, storm surge, tornadoes, floods, and hail. In addition, he executed construction projects in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (IF) by coordinating with local Iraqi government officials, U.S. Army civilian affairs personnel, and USACE project managers.t
Scott D Abraham will be a tremendous addition to the Caliber Forensics team and to their clients within the insurance industry.
Headquartered in Houston and serving the entire state of Texas, Caliber Forensics was founded to provide a targeted approach with rapid and reliable results to assist claims professionals, attorneys, and property owners and managers.
Caliber Forensics specializes in building investigation, from the foundation to the superstructure, roofing, and cladding. We have experience with a wide variety of building types, including religious facilities, educational buildings, office buildings, sports facilities, retail buildings, and residences. When damage occurs, whether from construction defects, weather-related events, moisture intrusion, fire, or collapse, Caliber has the experience and expertise to determine the root cause, extent of damage, and repair required to ensure the affected building is safe and code compliant. For projects outside of Texas, Caliber engineers are designated as Model Law Engineers with the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES), allowing expedited licensure by reciprocity in most states when the need arises. Learn more at www.caliberforensics.com.