Stanley Jaworski is a mechanical engineer with a broad base of professional and vocational experience; his background includes more than ten years of engineering experience involving HVAC and industrial process systems, preceded by nearly ten additional years working as a welder and automotive technician. Stanley applies his expertise to forensic casework involving mechanical building systems, fires, and vehicle crash investigations.
Stanley has more than 10 years of professional experience designing, installing, commissioning, and servicing HVAC and industrial process systems. He has a wide variety of complex building systems expertise involving boilers, chillers, compressors, gas and liquid piping systems, gas fired appliances, hydraulic systems, and fire protection and controls. Stanley’s vocational background has provided the spectrum of experience from welding components into place to designing turnkey systems.
Prior to attending college Stanley worked in a series of auto shops where he attained ASE certifications in Brakes, Steering & Suspension, Engine Repair, and Engine Performance. He also became certified as a mobile air conditioning technician and became a proficient welder. His many years inspecting, maintaining, and repairing vehicles provides valuable insight when evaluating crash damage and reconstructing the complex series of events leading up to a crash.
Stanley earned his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology and is licensed as a Professional Engineer in multiple states. He is a member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning (ASHRAE), the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), and the National Association of Fire Investigators (NAFI). He has completed a variety of professional education courses, including coursework on Traffic Accident Reconstruction from Northwestern University’s Center for Public Health.