Kaitlyn Marshall, M.S., P.E.
Ms. Marshall has evaluated residential and commercial structures for a variety of perils, including storms, tornadoes, fires, and construction defects. She has provided causation analysis and remedial recommendations for these perils as they have affected concrete, steel, and wood structural components and systems. In addition, Ms. Marshall has assisted with the design of foundations, retaining walls, and pre-stressed concrete elements, as well as structural steel members and complicated truss systems for multiple commercial and educational buildings.
Ms. Marshall gained experience in forensic engineering while serving as an intern at Nelson Forensics throughout her undergraduate and graduate studies. During her time at The University of Texas at Austin, she was employed by the department of Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering as a teaching assistant for the senior integrated design course, where she led students in the structural design of mixed-use commercial buildings. Ms. Marshall also performed research at the Ferguson Structural Engineering Laboratory, pertaining to the required reinforcement and material composition within concrete bridge girders.