Haag consultants first assessed the water damage, then helped tackle a second problem revealed during the restoration — asbestos in the aged buildings.
Haag Engineers investigated an accident involving a truck tractor and a passenger vehicle which occurred on an interstate highway
Haag completed a forensic evaluation of four recently constructed airplane hangar buildings which sustained metal roofing damage, as part of a subrogation investigation.
Haag Engineering was asked to determine cause of exterior masonry veneer damage, and when that damage occurred.
Haag Engineering Co. consultants were called to the set of the feature film Titanic to perform an inspection following collapse of part of the set.
Haag Engineering was asked to determine the likely cause of an accident involving a custom wheel display, and to evaluate the display’s adequacy and safety.
Haag evaluated possible residential ground subsidence and structural damage at a residence
Haag inspected for fire, smoke, and water damage, photo-documented the loss, wrote a detailed scope and estimate for restoration, and addressed code compliance issues. The building was restored within two weeks.