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With more than 60 engineers, scientists and experts working in thirteen different practice areas, we’ve built a reputation for our thorough approach to forensic investigations.
Though we’re a diverse team, we all share a fascination for how things work. We love the mystery. The theory. The mechanics. The science. The rigour. We’re tinkerers at heart. Detectives. Problem-solvers. Truth-seekers. But perhaps most of all, we’re reporters.
We leave no questions unanswered, no ethics forgotten, and no fact unchecked. With our unique ability to deliver highly complex information in ways that everyone can understand, we enable you to make decisions with confidence.
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