Mr. Anthony (Tony) Bond is a Forensic Engineer, Regional Engineering Manager, and Heavy Equipment Practice Leader for Haag Engineering. He has nearly 30 years of active involvement in the aerial device, crane, and heavy equipment industries. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in 28 states and the District of Columbia. He specializes in determining the cause and extent of aerial device accidents, as well as determining the responsibilities of the involved parties (manufacturer, owner, dealer, user, operator) as defined by aerial device national consensus standards. He testifies in depositions and trials as an aerial device, crane, and heavy equipment expert. Mr. Bond gained valuable experience from his employment as a design engineer and engineering manager for over 14 years with an aerial device and crane manufacturing company. His structural designs and analyses include booms, pedestals, carriers, and outriggers, as well as hydraulic cylinders. Designs also include hydraulic, electrical, and control systems for aerial devices and cranes. Under his direction as an engineer manager, the research and development team fabricated and assembled prototype models for testing prior to releasing for production.
14 years of design experience within the mobile, hydraulic equipment industry
Product design and R&D testing of prototype models
Designed structural components, hydraulic cylinders, hydraulic/electrical control systems
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