Multidisciplinary Remediation

The Multidisciplinary Remediation group comprises two different arms: Assessment and Restoration Planning.

We are often called upon to oversee the complete lifecycle of a loss event, starting with determining the immediate hazards for first responders, contractors, and other personnel. We assess the extent and type of the damage, provide a complete restoration plan, and then monitor the work to ensure it is executed safely and correctly.

In many ways, we’re the hub of 30, and pivot to any of the other disciplines within the company to formulate a custom response to suit the nature of the file, whether it involves damage caused by water, temperature, electricity, mould, fire, and more.

We’re aware that we often show up on the worst day of a person’s life. The first 72 hours after a loss event are critical. We look for ways to help get the situation back to normal as fast as possible, with the least amount of disruption, complication, and expense. With the deep expertise of our multidisciplinary team, we’re able to use a talent-to-task approach to find expeditious ways to come to a resolution as painlessly as possible.

  • Customized, expert remediation to mitigate risk and expense
  • Ability to deploy in-house resources immediately
  • Deep knowledge of risks, codes, hazardous materials, mechanics

Responsive. Knowledgeable. Dedicated.

08/29/2018

30 Forensic Engineering Appoints Jeff Reitsma as Vice President & Practice Lead, Multidisciplinary Remediation
30 Forensic Engineering, Canada’s leading and fully-independent multi-disciplinary forensics firm, is pleased to announce the appointment of Jeff Reitsma MBA,...
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06/27/2018

2018 Forensic Investigation Forum: Ottawa
30 Forensic Engineering, Canada’s leading and fully-independent multi-disciplinary forensics firm was pleased to host the 2018 Forensic Investigation Forum in our nation’s...
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03/13/2018

30 Forensic Engineering Names Jeff Reitsma Principal for Remediation Practice
30 Forensic Engineering, Canada’s leading and fully-independent multi-disciplinary forensics firm, is pleased to announce the promotion of Jeff Reitsma,...
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01/30/2018

Hazards of Adjusting
Discover an environmental hazard while adjusting a loss? You’d better report it. Property losses make up a large portion...
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12/06/2017

British Columbia Wildfire Catastrophe: 30 Forensic Engineering Onsite & Ready to Assist
As the current state of emergency in British Columbia continues, more than 3,200 square kilometers of land have been...
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12/06/2017

Plan. Prepare. Be Aware. Emergency Preparedness Week
Emergency Preparedness Week is organized by Public Safety Canada and takes place each year in May. This year, the event was rolled-out...
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