Stephen P. Tubbs

Senior Consultant / M.S., P.E. / Pittsburgh

Background

Mr. Tubbs is a graduate of the Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland with a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering and the University of Wisconsin, Madison with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics and Engineering Physics. He is also a Licensed Professional Engineer (PE) in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. Mr. Tubbs has specialized in electrical power systems engineering, electrical machinery, and rail car transportation.

Mr. Tubbs’ expertise and experience includes electric shock and electrically caused fires. In addition to performing analyses and drafting reports, he also provides testimony for failure analysis toward the resolution of personal injury and property damage claims (industrial, commercial, and residential) and litigation involving: control systems, electrically powered equipment, and electrical machine guarding. His experience extends to power generation, electric motors, transformers, rail transportation, and steel mills. He is familiar with the National Electrical Code (NEC), National Electric Safety Code (NESC), and Fire & Explosion Investigations (NFPA 921).

He has authored numerous technical books and spent part of his career working in education. As an assistant professor, Mr. Tubbs dedicated seven years of his career to teaching electrical technology subjects to students at Penn State University and Purdue University. As a Peace Corps volunteer teacher, he taught physics and math to West African (Ghanaian) students for two years.

Representative Engagements

• Representative Engagements
• Electric shock accidents
• Electrically caused fires
• Lightning damage
• Electrical power service damage
• Underground cable damage

Education and Licenses

M.S. Electrical Engineering - Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland
B.S. Applied Mathematics and Engineering Physics - University of Wisconsin, Madison
Licensed Professional Engineer (PE) - Pennsylvania and Massachusetts