Facilities Engineering

The facilities engineers at Robson Forensic have hands-on experience in a broad range of industries and facility types. Among our experts, you can find firsthand experience in electrical generation, manufacturing, healthcare, education, and more.

Expertise in the Operational Aspects of a Building or Facility

Facilities engineers serve as the operational hub that coordinates efforts between on-site engineering departments, maintenance workers, custodial staff, groundskeepers, security, and more. With responsibilities for health, safety, and the environment, the facilities engineer has a comprehensive perspective of the site and its personnel.

As it applies to forensic casework, the facilities engineer often represents the common link; the one technical professional capable of establishing and evaluating the standard of care in a broad range of mishaps. Particularly in cases that involve multi-disciplinary work sites, or issues that blend traditional technical fields, a facilities engineer may be the only single expert qualified to address the totality of the matter.

Scope of Facilities Engineering Casework

  • Housekeeping
  • Landscaping
  • Industrial Processes
  • Machine Safety
  • Pest Control

Requiring a broad foundation of technical expertise, many facilities engineers have an academic background rooted in mechanical or industrial engineering, supplemented with fundamental elements of electrical and structural systems. A background in marine engineering is another common path for facilities engineers, as it encompasses the full range of complex systems found onboard modern ships.

INDUSTRIAL EVIDENCE & TESTING

Robson Forensic offers a fully appointed mechanical testing laboratory to assist our clients with the inspection and storage of evidence in facilities engineering cases. Our lab facilities can accommodate large evidence items and are equipped to perform testing on a variety of electrical and mechanical devices. Visit our Mechanical Testing Laboratory page for more information.

DISCUSS YOUR CASE WITH AN EXPERT

Call or submit an inquiry to tell us about your case. Once we determine which expert is best qualified to assist, we will put you in direct contact.

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