As one of the world’s foremost forensic engineering and consulting firms, Rimkus works with government agencies to help them understand issues and resolve claims and disputes. With expertise gained from more than 30 years in the forensics business, we offer our clients the services of professional engineers, scientists, fire investigators and technical specialists.

Our extensive list of satisfied clients has proven that no project is too large, too small or too complex for our experts to handle promptly and professionally and report results in a clear, concise manner. We have worked with clients in every state in the U.S. and over 70 foreign countries. As a result, we have become the first choice “go to” forensics firm for many clients, especially when faced with a complex issue.

Together with our wholly-owned subsidiaries Rimkus Building Consultants, LLC, and Rimkus Analytics, LLC, we understand the host of issues unique to government agencies. Our consultants average over 20 years of industry experience, allowing us to provide subject matter experts in a multitude of engineering and scientific disciplines. Where needed, we can assemble a team of experts, each with a unique set of skills. Our government services brochure shows the breadth of Rimkus' services available to government agencies.

Benefits to the Government

  • Top rated firm with extensive experience
  • Total solution provider for complex matters
  • Seasoned testifying experts
  • Disaster recovery experts
  • Geographic diversity with over 50 offices across the U.S. and Europe
  • Over 450 full-time employees
  • Best practices through innovative strategies and technologies
  • Ability to enter into Contractor Team Arrangements
  • Fixed price contract holder
  • Certified LEED subject matter experts

Working at All Levels of Government

Rimkus has performed assignments for a wide variety of governmental entities.  Among them are the many departments within the federal government as well as multiple state, county,  parish and municipal entities.  This extends even farther to include quasi-governmental taxing entities such as ports and airports, transit authorities, school districts, state universities and municipal utility districts.  Among our assignments in over 70 foreign countries have been work for government-owned entities such as oil and gas firms.