Brent has provided engineered solutions to complex rigging projects across the country, he’s managed construction projects for the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, and he’s provided engineering and on-site management for the jacking of the twin 1,200 ton roof trusses on the Bank One Ballpark Stadium roof in Phoenix. If it involves heavy lift solutions or construction management or construction engineering, Brent has been there and done that!
The variety and depth of Brent’s experience over the past 35 years is significant. He worked in the construction trades prior to pursuing his engineering degree. He has hands-on experience pounding nails and laying brick, as well as providing construction engineering and managing the construction of multi-million dollar projects. He has worked on Major League sports stadiums, nuclear power plants, steel mills, commercial buildings, single-family homes, roads, bridges, and other heavy civil projects. Brent is a registered Professional Engineer in nine states and the District of Columbia. Brent has completed training in a variety of OSHA courses. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Moles.
- Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Engineering Professional Liability - Expert Investigates Damage to Adjacent Structure
While construction was being performed on an adjacent site, the owner of an 80,000 square foot, two story office building complained repeatedly of vibrations in his building. After the construction was over he later claimed to have just discovered significant damage to his five year old building that could only have been caused by the vibrations. We reviewed the claimed damage, the original construction drawings for the owner’s building and the history of the adjacent construction.
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- Heavy Rigging - Expert Engineered and Managed a Complex Rigging Operation
Brent Leisenring engineered and managed a complex heavy rigging operation in which a 120 foot long, 600,000 pound reactor vessel had to be moved from a barge, two miles into and through an operating oil refinery, picked up and rotated into a vertical position and set, within 1/8 of an inch accuracy, onto 12 anchor bolts on a concrete foundation pad-without the use of a crane to handle the vessel in the refinery.
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