As a global pandemic changes the way each of us continue to do business, S-E-A wants our clients to know that we are still here. Click here to read a message from our CEO, Jason Baker, on how S-E-A is well prepared to continue to serve your forensic engineering, investigative and testing needs.
S-E-A, with co-hosts Pietragallo Gordon Alfano Bosick & Raspanti, hosted a day of education on Defending Trucking and Vehicle Claims in the 21st Century. Attendees heard presentations surrounding trucking claims related to imaging sciences, toxicology, mechanics and biomechanics, along with a panel discussion on the future of autonomous vehicles featuring Locomation and Aurora. After the presentations, attendees were given a tour of Heinz Field!
Congratulations to Captain Christopher Karentz who was awarded the Art Campbell Outstanding Mariner Award by the Fort Lauderdale Mariners Club. This award is not given out on an annual basis, but rather only when the club officers meet and decide that someone has had a significant enough impact on the club and/or local marine industry to merit the award. Art Campbell is one of the founding members of FLMC and only Art and three others have received this award.
Our Colorado office had a great time volunteering throughout the year at Freedom Service Dogs of America! This organization unleashes the potential of dogs by transforming them into custom-trained, life-changing assistance dogs for people in need. What's not to love? Lots of dogs, serving an organization that transforms lives, and oh... did we mention dogs? Looking forward to our next visit!
Learn more about this great organization here.
Congratulations to our Candle Lab Technicians for a record-breaking 25,170 candles tested in October! This beats last year's October record by almost 5,000.
Click here to learn more about S-E-A Candle Safety and Testing.
S-E-A is proud to support the Byron Saunders Foundation in providing Thanksgiving meals to families in need. Thank you to our associates for their donations!
Forensic Materials Scientist or a "whodunit" detective? S-E-A's Materials Scientist/Metallurgist, Bob Carbonara, explains the mystery. Read the article here.
We're excited to be hosting DRI Strictly Automotive on September 12th. Attendees will be spending half a day at our state-of-the-art Vehicle Evaluation Center, watching a live crash re-creation and learning firsthand how to investigate autonomous vehicle crash data to defend their cases.
Join DRI's free webinar, "Dirt Impacts Your Life - Bet You Didn't Know How Much!", Tuesday September 17, 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. EST. Click here to register!
Hosted by DRI, S-E-A Geotechnical Engineers Mark Drotar and Jason Ball will provide a better understanding on when to consult with a geotechnical engineer with construction experience regarding your case.
Soil and soil-related issues are impactful in an astonishing number of construction claims and lawsuits. Are construction delays costing your client money? Is soil a factor? If your client has a construction-related claim and is a general contractor, grading contractor, structural engineer, architect, civil designer, inspection company, soil may be related to the claim. Were the soils considered properly during design? It is a tangled web woven on a construction site, given the interaction between prime and subcontractors, inspection duties, duty to potect, control the site, duty of design professionals, etc.
Learn more about S-E-A Geotechnical Discipline here.