Jeff Coyne, P.E., is a Forensic Engineer with Haag Engineering Co. Based in Tennessee, Mr. Coyne has 22 years of engineering experience, including 17 years as a forensic engineer and five years as a design engineer. As a forensic engineer, he has performed nearly 3,000 forensic studies on various types of structures and roofs across several states to determine the cause and origin of failures, accidents, or defects. He also served as a specialist in training, mentoring, peer reviewing, and presenting. Mr. Coyne also worked as a structural specialist for the Tennessee Dept. of Transportation, where he designed continuous prestressed concrete bridges and concrete cantilever retaining wall structures. He designed decks, girders, bent caps, columns, footings, and foundation piles for straight, skewed, and curved bridge replacements.
Mr. Coyne earned a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Tennessee and a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Tennessee Technology University. He is a Licensed Professional Engineer in 18 states (TN, KY, AR, AL, GA, MS, FL, IN, NC, SC, VA, NJ, PA, ID, TX, OK, LA, and HI). Mr. Coyne is a member of American Society of Civil Engineers and Structural Engineering Institute. He is a Building Envelope Certified Level 2 (BEC-2), trained in Level 1 Acrabat Pitched Roof Rope Access, and a National Weather Service Storm Spotter.
Master of Science in Civil Engineering, University of Tennessee
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Tennessee Technological University