Craig Dixon, PhD, EI
Craig is a Forensic Specialist after graduating with his PhD in Structural Engineering from the University of Florida. His background includes private practice for two forensic engineering firms in Florida and academic research focused on the wind-induced failure mechanisms of building components. Craig’s dissertation comprised of five experimental research projects that identified why asphalt shingle roofing fails in wind. The outcomes of this research have impacted the manufacturing, consulting, and design of asphalt shingle roofing for wind resistance.
Craig has published the results of his academic research in fourteen articles spanning peer-reviewed academic journals to technical trade periodicals. He has also presented at seven academic conferences in the United States and Europe.