30 Forensic Engineering, Canada’s leading and fully-independent multi-disciplinary forensics firm, is pleased to announce the appointment of Heather Aitken, E.I.T., B.Sc., B.Eng. as Associate within our Collision Reconstruction Group.
Heather holds a Bachelor of Engineering with a focus in Mechanical Engineering, and an Honours Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics. In her role at 30 Forensic Engineering, Heather will analyze collisions involving different types of vehicles, including automobiles, trucks, light rail vehicles, bicycles, motorcycles, and other types of heavy machinery.
Prior to starting her career in Forensic Engineering, Heather worked in transportation with a focus on the design and testing of Light Rail Vehicles. She has also worked in the aerospace and health care sectors. Heather currently serves as Director for the non-profit WTS (Women’s Transportation Seminar) Canadian Education Foundation and is active in promoting women’s advancement in Engineering fields.
“Heather’s commitment to learning and ability to see the big picture will make her a success at handling the types of complex, multi-disciplinary investigations that we at 30 Forensic Engineering excel at. We know Heather will be a great resource for our valued clients going forward.” Stated Mark Fabbroni, Vice President & Practice Lead, Collision Reconstruction & Trucking.
About 30 Forensic Engineering
30 Forensic Engineering is one of Canada’s largest and most respected multi-disciplinary forensic firms. Our core team of 65 Professional Investigators, Engineering Technicians and support staff is enhanced through relationships with some of the top scientists, standard-makers and specialized consultants in North America serving a wide variety of industries including: Insurance, Manufacturing, Legal, Construction, Health Care, Commercial and Residential Property, Financial, Government, Hospitality, Mining, Renewable Energy and Transportation.
We provide world-class engineering and consulting expertise in:
Building and Fire Code
Geotechnical and Mining
Biomechanics Personal Injury
Environmental Health & Safety
Materials & Product Failure / Piping & HVAC
Fire / Electrical & Explosion investigations
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