Arthur C. Baker P.E. - Follow Arthur on LinkedIn

Mr. Baker graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering with Honors in 1989. Mr. Baker has completed 18 semester hours of post graduate work at the University of South Florida towards his Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering.

Mr. Baker has over 25 years of experience in engineering design, project management, land surveying, engineering inspections for complex civil/forensic engineering projects including: geotechnical construction; sinkholes; foundation modifications; underpin design; water intrusion into buildings; structural damage; construction defects; hurricane/storm damage; road improvements; commercial/residential land development; infrastructure improvements; institutional facilities; water and wastewater facilities; stormwater management facilities and industrial capital projects in the pulp and paper industry.

Educational and Professional Licenses
  • B.S. - Civil Engineering, University of South Florida, 1989, with Honors
  • A.A. - Pre-Engineering, Central Florida Community College, 1984
  • A.S. - Civil Engineering Technology, (Honors), Central Florida Community College, 1982
  • Registered Professional Engineer, Florida, 1994
  • Certified General Contractor, Florida, 1995
Technical Publications
  • Compaction Grouting - A 20 Year Update And A Vision For The Future
  • Jet Grouting at a Hazardous Waste Containment Site


Scott C. Bernard M.S., P.E. - Follow Scott on LinkedIn

Mr. Bernard is a 1997 Graduate of Clarkson University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering. Mr. Bernard received his Master of Science in Civil Engineering from Clarkson University in May of 2007.

Mr. Bernard has been working in the field of Forensic Civil Engineering since April of 2003. His experience since April of 2003 has included, but limited to, the following: Investigating and analyzing civil and structural integrity as affected by geological conditions in residential and commercial buildings, conducting subsurface investigations to determine the cause of foundation failures and the imposed distress to structural elements, applying various forms of soil testing procedures, evaluating the results of the soils tests, and making remedial recommendations as needed.

Prior to his work in Forensic Civil Engineering, Mr. Bernard’s professional experience has been in the field of specialty heavy timber structural systems including, but not limited to; design of systems and creation of full shop drawings, performance of full engineering calculations to be submitted with the shop drawings, performance of estimating and writing of contract proposals, and performance of value engineering during the proposal process for design-build purposes.

In addition, Mr. Bernard has experience in the following design applications: AutoCAD, Visual Analysis/Design 4.0, SAP 90, ANSYS, CADWORK, and HSBCad.

Educational and Professional Licenses
  • M.S. - Civil Engineering, Clarkson University, 2007
  • B.S. - Civil Engineering, Clarkson University, 1997
  • Registered Professional Engineer, Florida, 2006


Grant D. Crocket P.E. - Follow Grant on LinkedIn

Mr. Crockett is a 1996 Graduate of the University of South Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering.

Mr. Crockett has been working in the field of Forensic Civil Engineering since March of 2004. His experience has included, but limited to, the following: Forensic investigations and analysis for residential and commercial buildings for resolving claims and legal disputes for issues related to structural damage from impact, settlement, construction defects, water intrusion, fire damage and storm damage. Conducting subsurface investigations to determine the cause of foundation failures and the imposed distress to structural elements, applying various forms of soil testing procedures, evaluating the results of the soils tests, and making remedial recommendations as needed. Provide oral and written technical reports, gather evidence and conduct interviews.

Prior to his work in Forensic Civil Engineering, Mr. Crockett's professional experience has been in the field of residential and commercial construction. His experience includes; design calculations, cost estimating, material takeoffs and quality control. Industrial experience includes; CAD design drawings, site inspections, proposals, contract document review, cost estimating and bid preparation. Experienced in auger cast piles, slurry walls, vibro-compaction and stone column construction and cost estimating. Engineering materials testing experience includes; field sampling of core borings, asphalt sampling, concrete sampling and laboratory soil density testing. Survey experience in private property surveys, FDOT roadway surveying, subdivision layout surveying and hydrographic surveys for beach reclamation.

Educational and Professional Licenses
  • B.S. - Civil Engineering, University of South Florida, 1996
  • Registered Professional Engineer, Florida, 2004


Perri J. Waguespack - Follow Perri on LinkedIn

Mr. Waguespack graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science and Policy. Mr. Waguespack has over 16 years of experience in CAD design, soil classification and testing, bio-geochemistry, wetland functions, wetland delineation, land development design, drainage systems, and surveying.

Prior to his work in Forensic Civil Engineering, Mr. Waguespack's professional experience has been in the field of land development design. His experience includes; building and site code research, site design, functionability and layout including drainage systems and retention pond design. Commercial and residential plot designs. FDOT roadway design and improvements. Mr. Waguespack is self taught in Web Development and Design.

Educational and Professinal Certifications
  • B.S. - Environmental Science and Policy, University of South Florida, 2006
  • OSHA 30-Hour Hazard Training Certified