Root Cause Failure Analysis:
Providing Both Analysis and
CTL combines in-house services, advanced technology, and specialized techniques to provide failure mode and effects analysis for a wide range of project types. We have decades of experience that spans from heavy equipment to microscopic contaminants, military hardware to toys, orthopedic implants to accident investigation sites. In addition to providing analysis, CTL gives recommendations on how to prevent future failures and accidents from occurring. We feel it’s important to offer more than just a lab report with data–we want to give our clients actionable insights that can help them in the future.
We pull together the knowledge of our scientists and engineers, combined with the specialized testing capabilities of our various laboratories, to provide a complete and comprehensive investigation reports.
We are available to provide “expert witness” testimony regarding accidents or failures. In fact, CTL Engineering is well known by Government Agencies, Law Firms, Insurance Companies, and other industries for providing thorough and accurate investigations. Attorneys can present their cases more confidently and effectively when supported by a CTL investigation.
CTL PROVIDES ITS CLIENTS WITH DETAILED ANALYSES AND EXPERT REPRESENTATION FOR MANY TYPES OF ACCIDENTS AND FAILURES, INCLUDING:
• Failure Analysis
• Roofing Failures
• Product Failures
• Pavement Failures
• Industrial Accidents
• Tire and Wheel Failures
• Vehicular Accident Investigation Site Reconstruction
• Slope Stability, Landslide and Foundation Failures
• Plumbing Failures
• Equipment Malfunctions and Machinery Failures
• Buildings, Bridges, and other Structures
RELATED CASE STUDY
Plumbing failures are rarely pleasant. Water can cause significant damage in a short period. Additionally, leaking water pipes can allow potentially harmful contaminants into drinking water, and untreated sewage flooding a home or workplace often renders it unfit for occupancy.
Structures lost to water damage become costly liabilities, often triggering complex litigation that boils down to a simple question: Who’s to blame?
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