Salt Lake City is the newest Nelson Forensics location, offering clients unbiased forensic investigation of buildings, equipment, and other property


PLANO, Texas – May 1, 2019 – Nelson Forensics, LLC (Nelson), the leading consultant in the forensic engineering, architecture, and buildings sciences arena is pleased to announce the official opening of its newest office near Salt Lake City in Draper, Utah.

Senior Project Director Jed Larsen will lead Nelson’s efforts in the Utah office, providing property owners, insurance companies, and law firms with top-notch engineers, architects, and scientists experts to identify damage and develop remediation solutions for buildings, equipment, and other property caused by natural perils; inadequate maintenance and misuse; and design, construction, and manufacturing errors.

“We are excited to have Jed lead our continued expansion into the western United States. Jed is a talented engineer with a breadth of experience evaluating structural systems, roofing systems, building envelopes, and other building components. This additional office location enhances Nelson’s ability to provide multi-disciplinary expert forensic services to meet the evolving needs of its valued clients throughout the West,” Dr. Ryan Chancey, the President of Nelson Forensics.

Larsen has served as a testifying expert for disputes involving building design and construction defects, building code analysis, and standard of care issues; and he is a published technical author. Nelson’s clients nationwide rely on Jed for his refined technical ability and his focused approach to delivering a clear, concise, and technically accurate work product in a timely fashion.