ESi’s construction defects experts investigate defects related to design, construction and materials, failures in routine maintenance, and on-site safety issues.
We work to identify the causes and origins of alleged defects, determine what parties are responsible for them, develop repair recommendations, and oversee implementation of our recommendations to restore structures to their intended state.
When ESi investigates the factors contributing to construction defects, we utilize architects, engineers, and other specialists to assemble an in-house team of experts whose knowledge and experience will lead to the most thorough understanding of the failures in question.
Join Crane Engineering (a part of ESI) March 13 for our second annual Smart Sessions: Topics and Trends That Matter—presentations providing insights on topics that impact the work you do. For $30 we will present seven educational sessions with speakers from Crane Engineering/ESI and attorney colleagues, followed by a time of socializing and networking with other guests at our facility. Minnesota CLE credit available.
It’s official. Crane Engineering is now part of ESi -- a significant milestone in our efforts to enhance responsiveness and ensure that we're able to deploy the right expertise and technologies to fit the scope of a particular project.
ESi welcomes Carol Benassi, NCARB, AIA as a Sr. Managing Consultant in our Civil/Structural practice. Ms. Benassi brings 30+ years experience in architecture and construction disputes and defects.
ESi's expertise spans dozens of industries and specializations organized across several practice groups, each staffed by dozens of in-house experts with the technical knowledge, hands-on expertise, and courtroom experience required to execute projects for and with our clients from start to finish.Find an Expert Contact Us