The Crucial Role of Qualifications in Forensic Geotechnical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering, Fire Investigation, Risk Assessment, and Lift Damage Assessment

In the specialized fields of forensic geotechnical, civil, structural engineering, fire investigation, risk assessment, and lift damage assessment, qualifications stand as a testament to a professional’s dedication, depth of expertise, and credibility. Here’s why these qualifications are of paramount importance: Showcasing Our Team’s Expertise: Two (2) Professors, Five (5) Doctors, and Six (6) Professional Engineers … Read more

Forensic Engineering Unravelled: A Deep Dive into Mobile Crane Failure

In the world of construction, mobile cranes are the workhorses that make architectural marvels possible. One such machine,  a mobile crane known for its robustness and impressive load capacity, became the subject of a forensic engineering investigation by Approved Group International. Let’s delve into the details of this intriguing case, providing insights that reinsurers, insurers, … Read more

What Happens In A Vehicle Damage Investigation?

What happens in a vehicle damage investigation?

Research has demonstrated that road accidents occur more frequently during festive seasons, leading to an increase in claims around this period. Vehicle damage repairs can cost a fortune and one of the key parts of the rectification process is the insurance claim. However, a Vehicle Damage Investigation (VDI) is often done to determine the consistency … Read more

Using 3D Matterport During Site Visits

AGI have acquired 3D Matterport and are planning to send it to seventeen different countries around the world for the relevant authorities to capture the 3D-images of fire sites, water damaged sites, etc., independent of human intervention. With an error of only one percent, this revolutionary camera is a technological feat, surpassing human capability and defying human fallibility.