Criterium-Cincinnati Engineers performs forensic investigations for insurance companies to analyze what caused the damage to a property, so insurers can determine whether the owner’s insurance policy covers the claim. Did the accumulation of snow cause the roof to collapse, or was a flaw in the construction or the design responsible for the failure? With our decades of experience inspecting buildings of all kinds, and our deep understanding of building systems and technology, Criterium-Cincinnati Engineers is well-equipped to answer that question. Our services include:
- Structural Inspections
- Water Intrusion Investigations
- Storm Damage Assessments (flood, hurricane, tornado, earthquake, hail, wind, etc.)
- Fire Evaluations
- Expert Testimony
Design Repair and Monitoring
Experts in design repair and construction monitoring, our engineers can also recommend the necessary repairs, estimate the cost, develop the project design and monitor the construction work. Criterium-Cincinnati Engineers also produces the Probable Maximum Loss studies insurers use to assess the risks associated with insuring a property and calculate the appropriate premium for it.
Because Criterium-Cincinnati Engineers is affiliated with a national company, with offices in communities all over the country and expertise in building systems, building technology and buildings of all kinds, we can provide a one-stop shopping solution for insurance companies. We understand the needs of insurance professionals:
- A property evaluation performed quickly; and
- A clear, quality report delivered on time
Criterium-Cincinnati Engineers can meet those needs.
Our geographical reach, broad and deep building inspection and construction monitoring experience, and the range of engineering consulting services we offer, explain why so many insurance companies have Criterium-Cincinnati Engineers on speed dial. Contact us for more information about how Criterium-Cincinnati Engineers can support and strengthen your insurance investigations and claims review process.