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Architectural Engineers

Ryan J. Barnes

Ryan J. Barnes

PE | Senior Forensic Engineer

Education:

BSAE, CU-Boulder ‘06

Licenses:

PE (CO)

Certifications:

Certified Infrared Thermographer, Level II, Certified Building Envelope Inspector-BESI Certified Third Party EIFS Inspector, Quality Control & Moisture Analyst

Affiliations:

NSPE

 

Bio

Ryan has experience in numerous areas of building design and construction, he is particularly knowledgeable in the area of building envelope systems, including air and moisture management. Ryan performs third-party peer review of construction documents to identify critical issues as they relate to the building envelope components. He also performs forensic investigations to evaluate existing residential and commercial buildings, determines the existence of non-compliant construction that is in violation of applicable building code requirements and industry standards, identifies resultant damages, and provides repair recommendations for private homeowners, homeowners associations, and commercial property owners. Ryan is certified as a Building Envelope Inspector (BEC-2), a Level II Infrared Thermographer, and a third party EIFS Inspector and Moisture Analyst. He has extensive experience performing testing of building components in accordance with industry test standards, including ASTM E1105.

Paul R. Wilson

Paul R. Wilson

EI | Forensic Specialist

Education:

BSAE, CU Boulder ‘12

Licenses:

EI

 

Bio

Paul W has experience in all stages of construction, from design, planning, and estimating to field engineering, forensic investigations, and testing. Through his professional and academic experience, Paul has acquired the expertise to conduct building envelope investigations and evaluations and to compose construction and design compliance reports. He has a working knowledge of the building codes and industry standards, which guide and govern construction projects. Paul has also passed the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam.

Steven Mallin

Steven Mallin

PE | Forensic Engineer

Education:

BSCE, UC ‘03

Licenses:

PE (KY)

 

Bio

Steven has six years of experience in leading, planning, executing, testing, and commissioning intricate building envelope systems. He also has more than ten years of experience leading and executing complex commercial construction projects in the higher education, healthcare, and gaming sectors.

Sarah N. Wilson

Sarah N. Wilson

PE | Forensic Engineer

Education:

BSCE, CSM, ’05

Licenses:

PE (CO)

Certifications:

HAAG Certified Roof Inspector

 

Bio

Sarah has design experience in both the civil field and building science, performing building envelope observations, including evaluations of EIFS, stucco, stone veneer, natural stone, brick, and hardboard and vinyl siding, sealants, moisture management, windows, roofing, and parking garages. She is also a HAAG Certified Roof Inspector. Her observations throughout Colorado include code compliance and damage assessments for litigation purposes, as well as quality assurance for rehabilitation projects. Her design experience aids both her familiarity with code compliance and rehabilitation design. Design expertise includes site planning and layout, ADA, grading, utility design, drainage studies, and building envelope and roofing repairs. Before coming to SBSA, Sarah worked in civil land development design for single-family attached and detached, multi-family, mixed-use, and commercial properties throughout the Denver Metro area.]

 

J.C. Campbell

J.C. Campbell

EI | Forensic Specialist

Education:

BSCE, Clemson University ‘12

Licenses:

EI

 

Bio

J.C. has experience on large-scale litigation construction defect projects, along with performance testing projects such as ASTM window testing and blower door testing. J.C. also has experience performing construction observations for building envelope and roofing projects and providing property managers with building component assessments. J.C.’s design experience includes assisting in detailing for roofing and building envelope projects. J.C. is also involved in continuing education through the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and RCI, a roofing, and building envelope trade group. Before SBSA, J.C. worked for a large oil and gas contractor in field construction helping to build a liquefied natural gas plant in Louisiana, along with previous experience managing turnaround projects in a refinery in Minnesota and helping with a civil/structural design for a gas plant in Mozambique.

 

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