Payden Johnson has been dedicated to his career as a forensic engineer for over seven years, investigating domestic and international properties to provide insight regarding manmade and natural failures, defects, and disasters. His expertise has been trusted for evaluating major catastrophe events, historic building losses, high-rise defects, golf courses, and numerous other complex assessments across the commercial, multiresidential, and industrial building sectors.
Payden has provided reporting for cause and origin determination, extent of damage, repair or retrofit analyzation, building system performance assessments, and additional technical evaluations as part of insurance claims, litigation, and real estate enterprise.
AL, AZ, AR, CO, FL, GA, IN, KS, KY, LA, MS, MO, MT, NV, NM, NC, OK, SC, SD, TX, UT, VA, WV, WI
Remote Pilot, Small Unmanned Aerial System
NCEES, ASCE, ACI, AISC
- Various hail, windstorm, and tornado damage evaluations
- Various fire damage evaluations
- Various vehicular impact evaluations
- Roof collapse investigation and repair
- Hurricane damage evaluation and repair (Harvey, Irma, Maria, Laura, Delta, Zeta, Ida, Ian)
- Earthquake evaluations (2010-11 Canterbury, New Zealand; 2017 Puebla EQ)