With the wide variety of experiences and backgrounds of our Professional Engineers, we are able to evaluate the functionality of the various mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical systems employed in construction equipment and machinery.  Additionally, members of our staff have been trained and certified by an OSHA compliant training facility in the proper operation of scissor lifts and fork lifts as well as having general operational experience with wheel loaders, back hoes and rough terrain forklifts.

Construction and heavy equipment includes:

  • Skid steers

  • Tractors

  • Excavators

  • Loaders

  • Graders

  • Material handlers (fork lifts)

  • Cranes

  • Milling and machining equipment

  • Robotics and automation
  • Rough terrain and all-terrain machinery

  • Concrete equipment

  • Highway construction equipment

Construction equipment and machinery accidents pose unique issues during investigation and therefore, must be handled with special care. Veritech engineers would be happy to discuss the specifics of your case in detail.


Veritech Train Crash Reconstruction

Veritech engineers have substantial experience with the reconstruction of railroad crossing accidents involving both vehicles and pedestrians. Our engineers provide detailed analyses of:


  • Train Event Data Recorder (EDR) data reports

  • Speed calculations

  • Physical evidence evaluations

  • Line-of-sight and visibility issues

  • Accident sequence time-space relationships

  • Technical analysis of video and audio transmission records


Please contact one of our licensed professional engineers at 303-660-4395 to discuss your case and receive a free initial consultation with honest and candid comments.

Mark Kittel, PE

Mark Kittel, P.E.

Principal Engineer

Joe Tremblay, PE

Joe Tremblay, P.E.

Senior Engineer