Examine. Analyze. Understand.
buildings and structures experts , shaking intensity evaluation , data analysis
How Do We Reduce Seismic Risk?
After the 2017 Mexico City earthquake, Exponent helped conduct a damage survey and created recommendations that informed the next generation of building codes.
What Can We Help You Solve?
For 50+ years, we've thrived on finding answers to unstructured problems. Our multidisciplinary teams of scientists and engineers create new capabilities every day to pinpoint why and how things failed.
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In the months following the 9/11 World Trade Center disaster, Exponent was retained to conduct an extensive study of the collapse of each of the Twin Towers and analyze the damage to sub-grade mechanical, electrical, and plumbing infrastructure. And this is just one example of our high-profile, high-stakes work. Over the past 50+ years, we've investigated some of the most well-known disasters and catastrophes around the world.
Best-in-Class Facilities Meet World-Class Experts
Our multidisciplinary teams of scientists and engineers at Exponent facilities in the U.S., Europe, and Asia are uniquely positioned to provide rapid response, onsite inspections, bespoke testing, and unparalleled scientific analysis, data, and research.
Meeting Your Challenges Where They Are
Ensuring regulatory compliance. Evaluating equipment safety. Assessing site surface conditions. Our integrated teams of experts in North America, Europe, and Asia conduct on-site inspections, custom testing, and rapid response for a wide range of challenges. Exponent can also assist with inspections in remote locations through encrypted video-streaming capabilities.
Storytelling Tools That Power Innovation
Exponent's in-house Visual Communication team supports the work of our experts by creating scientifically accurate animation, graphics, photography, video, laser scanning, and 3D printing. These tools help our clients and their audiences gain a deeper understanding of the technologies they're exploring.