30 Forensic Engineering Launches Course-of-Construction Losses, Claims & Disputes Service

Construction can be messy – there are many parties and moving parts involved, which can often lead to delays, failures, and disputes. *Click on the image to the right to view the full service offering. 30 Forensic Engineering’s approach to supporting our clients’ construction-related issues for course-of-construction losses, claims, and disputes, is to:

• Recognize the uniqueness of every file
• Conduct our investigations with a clearly-defined scope, budget, and open communication
• Balance the need for clarity with a thorough and detailed review
• Incorporate the complex realities of construction projects into our desktop review

Our experts come from a wide array of backgrounds and have proven track-records of executing construction projects, resolving disputes, and providing unbiased expert opinions for construction-related forensic investigations. We provide valuable insight at any stage of the construction project’s life cycle, from design and permits through execution of construction work and final hand-over and project close-out, including claim resolution. Our perspective is grounded in our team’s unique blend of subject-matter expertise and real-world construction experience.

Meet Our Team of Construction Experts


Jeff Reitsma, P.Eng., PMP, M.B.A.
Vice President & Practice Lead
Remediation | Adjudication | Appraisal





Robert Sparling, B.Eng.Mgt., P.Eng.
Senior Vice President & Practice Lead
Mechanical and Industrial





Terrence Holder, B.Eng., M.A.Sc., BSSO, CFEI, P.Eng.
Practice Lead
Structural and Building Science





Dr. Vito Schifano, PhD, PE, CEng
Practice Lead
Geotechnical Engineering





Thomas Pepper, B.Eng., CFEI, P.Eng.
Practice Lead
Building and Fire Code





Grant Elligsen, P.Eng, CRSP, LEED-AP O&M, C-NRPP, CIAQM
Health & Safety





Rashmiya Raviraj, B.A.Sc., CFEI, P.Eng.
Fire & Electrical