Rimkus Consulting Group Expert Update, February 2021
February 25, 2021
For more than 35 years, Rimkus Consulting Group has assisted clients in the legal and insurance industries in resolving a wide range of claims and disputes.
In order to meet today’s complex challenges, we provide more than 650 professional engineers, scientists, and consulting experts who offer real-world expertise that spans a broad spectrum of public and private environments.
Today we’re highlighting a few consultants from offices across our company. Read below to learn about the forensic consulting services these experts provide to Rimkus clients both locally and around the world.
Christian R. Sax, P.E., ACTAR, PTOE
Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX
Christian Sax is a Rimkus Senior Consultant in the Transportation Practice. He is also a licensed professional engineer, Professional Traffic Operations Engineer, certified work zone traffic control supervisor, and an ACTAR-accredited traffic accident reconstructionist. His areas of expertise include vehicle collision reconstruction, highway work zone traffic control, roadway design, traffic signal operations, and traffic control devices. View his full profile to learn more about his background and professional capabilities.
Gregory J. Quinn
Director, Meteorology Practice
Gregory Quinn is Director of the Rimkus Meteorology Practice. He has extensive experience in weather analysis, including providing on-site weather forecasting services for professional and amateur golf tournaments at various locations within the United States and abroad. He is responsible for maintaining, updating, and analyzing historical meteorological data to assist with weather-related investigations. Visit his full profile to learn more about his background and the meteorological consulting services he provides.
James F. Lane, P.E.
Director, Materials Science Practice and Laboratory Services
Chicago/Mt. Prospect, IL
James Lane is a Director of the Rimkus Materials Science Practice and a licensed professional engineer in 21 states. He consults from a materials engineering perspective, having extensive experience with failure analysis and engineering investigations. His focus is generally on materials of construction, property/structure relationships, and corrosion. View his full profile for more on his extensive background, which extends to the fields of materials characterization, fractography, metallography, and mechanical testing.
Lindsay Macioce, PSP, EIT
Forensic Delay Analysis Practice Leader
Lindsay Macioce is a Regional Manager of the Rimkus Forensic Delay Analysis Practice, a certified Planning and Scheduling Professional, and an engineer-in-training in Pennsylvania. She provides consulting services for complex construction projects involving forensic delay analysis and claims. Her areas of expertise include working collaboratively with clients to quantify delay and determine causation using various industry standard critical path methods, as well as analyzing construction claims for cost overruns, defects, and delay and disruption. View her full profile for more information.
Raymond L. Franks, CGC, LEED AP
Raymond Franks is a Senior Consultant in the Rimkus Construction Practice. He is also a licensed general contractor, LEED Accredited Professional, and licensed insurance adjuster with more than 26 years of industry experience. His responsibilities include providing forensic investigations of a wide variety of commercial and residential structures for damages related to fires, floods, wind, impacts, storms, and catastrophic events. He also evaluates construction costs, provides cost estimates, and performs investigations, analyses, and resolutions of construction dispute issues, envelope failures, and construction defect issues. View his full profile to learn more.