What can Haag do for you? We offer more than just expert forensic engineering services or damage assessment classes. Below is a list of all Haag's services, divided by business unit. For general inquires about any of our services, call 214-614-6500 or email us at email@example.com.
Haag's professional, expert engineers are licensed and experienced in a diversity of key disciplines.
CONSTRUCTION CONSULTING SERVICES
Haag experts work closely with architects, engineers, and company representatives to gather and clearly present the facts. Their assessment encompasses immediate, acute matters, such as whether a structure requires emergency services to avert further damage, as well as the minute details to create and budget a comprehensive scope of repairs.
APPRAISALS & ESTIMATES
Once the work begins, Haag can remain on hand to oversee your restoration process, drawing on our wealth of experience in recovery projects resulting from fire, water, wind, explosion, earth movement and other forms of damage. From the high priority emergency repairs, down to the carpet and wall treatments, Haag consultants hold your contractors strictly to the script.
CLERK OF WORKS
As your clerk of works, Haag Construction Consulting can provide daily project oversight of your entire recovery process. Starting with the initial estimates and bid process, through contractor selection, job tracking and finish-out, we can manage your project for minimal business interruption and maximum satisfaction.
If there is a dispute or litigation, Haag can provide the photo documentation, critical damage analysis and accounting to accurately present the facts. But that is just the beginning. Haag experts are renowned not only for the accuracy of their information but also for the compelling manner in which they are able to communicate it.
Haag Construction Consultants assess electronic/manufacturing equipment and electrical switchgear after catastrophic events. Our assessment will provide accurate technical restoration prices, repair quotes and replacement costs for equipment. This information will help create a budget for repairs or determine if repair is cost effective. We provide the best approach to recovering technical equipment after a catastrophic event.
LASER SCANNING & 3D DOCUMENTATION
3D Laser Scanning (3DLS) is a technology that uses a laser light to digitally capture an objects exact size and shape, shown in a 3-dimensional representation. The information produced from the laser scanner is known as “point cloud” data. The 3D model or shape of the object is made up of millions of points documenting the entire surface of the object. On average, a scan records one million points every second. Point clouds are highly accurate, precise and measureable points of the surface of the object. Laser scanning is safe, fast, non-destructive and does not interfere with any other work or activities going on near the object. Point cloud data can be imported into multiple software platforms for further analysis and modeling and is viewable without the need for special software.
GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Geographic Information System (GIS) is a powerful tool that allows companies to combine large amounts of data from different sources, order them into layers, and visualize the relationships between the datasets. Imagine looking at a map of a newly planned community and being able to overlay roads and traffic patterns, demographic information, spending habits, water sources and areas of drainage problems, topography, flood zones, weather contours (hail/wind/surge), voting habits, and a whole host of information that allows users to make informed decisions based on reliable data.
UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS
Our testing procedures also include Vacuum Uplift Testing, Steel Billet and Rock Impact Tests, Cabinet Qualification Tests, Material Flammability Tests, and many others.