Shasta Good, M.S., P.E.
Ms. Good has conducted hundreds of engineering evaluations and analyzed structural and building envelope failures at residential, commercial, institutional, healthcare, agricultural, and industrial buildings. Such evaluations have resulted in the determination of the causation, extent, source, and remediation of damage due to various perils such as, but not limited to: accidents, collapses, construction defects, design errors, earthquakes, expansive soils, explosions, fires, hail, hurricanes, plumbing leaks, subgrade settlement, tornadoes, tree impacts, vehicular impacts, water intrusion, windstorms, and wood deterioration.
In addition, Ms. Good has extensive experience in the comparative engineering analysis of existing, as-built, and as-designed conditions; evaluation of applicable building code and engineering standards; and the communication of clear and concise engineering opinions through written and verbal reporting. Her critical thinking, organizational skills, and attention to detail are key components to the success of a vast range of projects from single-family residential to diverse and complex, multi-structure assignments. Ms. Good has provided expert testimony in deposition and the property claims appraisal process.