Jeffrey Tedder is a Civil Engineer with nearly 20 years of professional construction and engineering experience. His experience in complex, industrial construction where all trades are involved has granted Jeff a comprehensive understanding of the construction industry. Jeffrey applies his knowledge of the industry and expertise in standards and best practices to forensic casework involving construction claims and injuries.
Much of Jeff’s professional career focused on the development and construction of public works facilities and wastewater treatment plants. His project experience includes new site development, capital improvements on existing facilities, and demolition efforts to make way for new construction. As general contractor he managed sitework, precast and site cast concrete, utilities, and process mechanical work, in addition to managing the efforts of electrical, building architectural, and building mechanical trade subcontractors. Jeff was responsible for site safety, CPM scheduling, quality, change order management, and subcontractor management. He later assumed the role of Engineering Manager and supervised the efforts of a project engineering team where he directed and managed the general contractor’s engineering activities for two simultaneous projects on the Patapsco Wastewater Treatment Plant, contracted at $138M.
Jeffrey earned his BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Alabama. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in multiple states, and has completed the OSHA-10, -30, and -40 Hour HAZWOPER certification programs. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Construction Institute.