EMA Structural Forensic Engineers (EMA) is a Forensic engineering firm that provides consulting services for Commercial, Residential, Healthcare, Industrial buildings, Agricultural, and Coastal Properties. Our professional engineers are expert in structural design and inspections, restoration drawings, disaster response and forensic Inspections of Buildings, highrise, commercial, hospital, port and residential buildings after a storm, hurricane, flooding incidence. We provide Forensic & Structural engineering services:
1: Cause & Origin investigation
2: Hurricane Damage Inspections
3: Structural Damage assessment
4: Forensics building damage assessment
5: Roof wind & hail damage
6: wind vs wave investigation
7: Fire damage building inspections
8: Building Structural Collapse Investigation
9: Foundation, Flood & Erosion damage inspections.
We know that structural issues resulting from sinkholes, fires, hurricanes, tornadoes, severe weather, explosions, construction defects, and improper design can be financially devastating whether you or your clients own or rent a property. As one of the leading Florida Structural and Forensic Engineering firm, we provide professional, ethical and cost-effective services in Florida, Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia, and New york.
EMA engineers have extensive professional engineering experience in structural design/analysis, CAT disaster studies, building damage assessments since our principal engineers started practising after Hurricane Andrew in 1992. We have performed inspections and services for over One billion-dollar construction, design, insurance claim inspection services. Please visit our website at
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Florida: (321) 355-6052 Service areas, Tampa. Orlando, Jacksonville, Palm Beach.
Texas: (832) 548-3972 Service Areas, Houston, Beaumont, Dallas, Corpus Christi
Louisiana: (337) 944-9166 Service Areas. New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Lake Charles, Gulfport, Biloxi
Our engineering and disaster services are made available to individuals throughout the Eastern and Southeastern United States, as well as Central and South America. We have responded to building collapses, fires, construction failures, vehicular impacts, tornadoes, hurricanes, flooding, sinkholes, and severe storms.