With a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering degree from Rowan University and over 10 years of diverse professional experience, Mr. Croker provides a wide array of forensic and consulting engineering services. He is a registered Professional Engineer (P.E.) in 12 jurisdictions, including New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, and Delaware, amongst others. He also possesses a P.E. registration in Puerto Rico.
Mr. Croker is an active member of NJ-TF1, a FEMA Urban Search and Rescue emergency response team operating under the National Response Framework, where he holds a designation of Structural Specialist (StS). In this capacity, he maintains pertinent emergency response skillsets, such as structural assessment of severely damaged structures, confined space entry, trench rescue techniques, and hazardous materials awareness. Mr. Croker typically consults within multiple technical and engineering specialties, including buildings, bridges, highways, infrastructure, field testing, construction defects, and moisture intrusion.
Prior to joining Haag, Mr. Croker conducted structural inspections for bridges, culverts, and overhead sign structures, including in emergency response situations. Mr. Croker was also involved in the design, consultation, analysis, and inspection of land development projects, such as green infrastructure improvements, dredging, and park constructions; water/wastewater projects, such as pump station and pipe network design; and bridge design, such as modeling of hydraulic openings, all while working to ensure code compliance with municipal, county, state, and federal governing and regulatory agencies. In addition, Mr. Croker provided construction oversight services for various bridge and highway construction projects, such as interchange construction, mill and pave, and bridge and guiderail repair contracts, all relative to civil engineering drawing layouts, specifications, and unforeseen site conditions, including in-field problem solving of grading and earthwork dilemmas, sinkholes, and utility conflicts.