Jeffrey Martin

B. Eng. & Mngt, P. Eng.

Jeffrey Martin has ten years of industry experience.  He has personally conducted more than a thousand forensic investigations varying in nature from structural, building science, materials failure and environmental perspectives. Over the past decade, Jeff has played a leading role in the damage resolution of the majority of natural catastrophes in Ontario. He is also experienced in the appraisal process, providing the supporting expert engineering opinion on numerous occasions.

Prior to his career as a forensic engineer, Jeff worked as a contractor and as an adjuster with an industry leading insurance company. Jeff completed a degree in engineering and business, at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) and is a member of the Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO).

Jeremy Bishop

B.A.Sc., P. Eng.

Jeremy Bishop has over twenty years of professional experience as an engineer.  He has personally completed hundreds of forensic investigations with anticipated restoration costs as high as one hundred million dollars. In support of select investigations, Jeremy has been qualified and provided expert testimony in the provincial court of Ontario.

Prior to founding Element Forensic Engineering, he worked as a senior engineer with the leaders in the forensic industry.   Jeremy comes from a structural design background and has also spent time as a project manager in the construction industry.  Jeremy completed his engineering degree at the University of Windsor and is a member of the Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO).

Stacey Martin

B. Sc.

Stacey Martin has over six years of experience working in a laboratory setting and the environmental field. With a background in Microscopy and Environmental Health Sciences, she performs both macroscopic and microscopic analyses. Stacey has extensive experience in sampling and handling mould, asbestos-containing materials, excrement, and conducting Designated Substance Surveys. She excels in laboratory safety pertaining to the Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS).

Stacey completed her Bachelor of Science degree with honours at Liberty University. With her academic achievements and work experience in the environmental field, this skillfully qualifies Stacey as an environmental technician at Element Forensic Engineering.

Ramy Mehany

B. Eng., P. Eng.

Ramy Mehany has over five years experience in the construction industry, specializing in the code-driven design of HVAC, Plumbing, Sprinkler, Power, Lighting and Life-Safety systems.

Prior to his career as a forensic engineer, Ramy worked as a Project Manager for an engineering consulting firm, of which his duties included reviewing and assessing over 100 new construction and renovation projects. Ramy completed a degree in engineering at McMaster University and is a member of Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO).