When extreme events and construction problems damage structures and properties, Ken Quigley provides the extraordinary engineering expertise required to respond and investigate the situation.
For Ken, engineering is both science and art – it not only requires deep experience, specialized skills, and razor-sharp precision, but remarkable instincts, powerful collaboration, and a strong commitment to the people, communities, and companies affected by damaged buildings.
Ken is passionate about understanding how structures behave under extreme stress and has keen instincts for the cause of problems. He has forensically examined hundreds of buildings damaged by construction defects, hurricanes, tornados, earthquakes, floods, soil movement, landslides, explosions, human factors, and industrial accidents.
An expert in forensic engineering, Ken testifies for both defense and plaintiff attorneys in state and federal court on behalf of construction companies, design professionals, building owners, and insurance companies. Ken sees the big picture, hypothesizes the causes and conditions leading to damage, and oversees a multi-disciplinary team to verify causation.
Ken and his team are straight shooters – they are vigilant in uncovering the true cause of construction defects and sources of failure.
Ken has more than thirty-six years of experience and training in engineering, design, construction, planning, and management. For the past dozen years Ken has been performing forensic engineering and design engineering at CCA. He spent several decades as a structural/civil engineer and engineering manager of many fields of engineering. He has successfully completed a diverse array of residential, commercial, and industrial engineering projects, and has led the design of numerous buildings and facilities. Ken is also an expert in the preparation and production of construction drawings and specifications, as well as the direct provision of construction support services for new and renovated facilities. He is a registered Professional Engineer in numerous states, and is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, American Concrete Institute, ASTM and the International Concrete Repair Institute. Ken is a Professional Engineer in MA, NY, PA, RI, MD, AL, NJ, MS, LA, TX, NH, MO, VA, NC, CT, DC & FL