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The engineers at Higgins & Associates regularly conduct thorough assessments of failures that occur during construction or during the service life of a building. We collect and analyze the information necessary to determine the cause of structural failures and collapse, including the effect of external forces such as wind, hail, snow or other environmental or meteorological influence. We are able to perform finite element analysis using models that replicate behavior of a building under various conditions and loads to help our clients understand the root cause of a failure.

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We have conducted over 6,000 investigations involving geotechnical, civil, structural, electrical, plumbing, and mechanical system failures.

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We're located just south of downtown Denver but we work with customers in Arvada, Aspen, Aurora, Boulder, Breckenridge, Brighton, Broomfield, Castle Rock, Centennial, Colorado Springs, Commerce City, Cortez, Crested Butte, Denver, Durango, Englewood, Erie, Estes Park, Evergreen, Fort Collins, Fort Morgan, Fountain, Golden, Granby, Grand Junction, Greeley, Greenwood Village, Highlands Ranch, Ken Caryl, Lafayette, Lakewood, Littleton, Lone Tree, Longmont, Louisville, Loveland, Lyons, Northglenn, Parker, Pueblo, Salida, Steamboat Springs, Thornton, Vail, Westminster, Wheat Ridge, Windsor and across Colorado. Our team of Professional Forensic Engineers are also licensed in many of the states across the Western US including Kansas, New Mexico, Wyoming, Utah, Texas, California and beyond.