(Toronto) – 30 Forensic Engineering, Canada’s leading and fully-independent multi-disciplinary forensics firm, is pleased to announce the appointment of Joshua Campbell, B.Sc., as an Associate within the Fire & Electrical Investigations group.
Joshua joins the firm after completing a research placement with the Ontario Ministry of Community Safety & Correctional Services (MCSCS), Centre of Forensic Sciences (Chemistry division), one of the most extensive forensic science facilities in North America for conducting scientific investigations in crimes against persons or property. At the CFS, Joshua’s research lead him to investigate the use of an ammonium-ion selective electrode on post-explosion artifacts. At 30 Forensic Engineering, he will be completing fire and explosion investigations, with a strong focus on residential structures. Joshua received his Chemistry & Forensic Science degree from the University of Toronto with emphasis on analytical chemistry.
“30 is excited to have someone of Joshua’s calibre onboard – he is a welcomed investigator to our Fire & Electrical group, and brings a robust research and analytical insight to the role.” stated Jamie Catania, Vice President, Forensic Consulting of 30 Forensic Engineering.
About 30 Forensic Engineering
30 Forensic Engineering (30fe.com), based in Toronto, has been serving the insurance and legal industries for 15 years and is one of Canada’s largest and most respected multi-disciplinary forensic firms. Our core team of 60+ professional investigators is enhanced through relationships with some of the top scientists, standard-makers and specialized consultants in North America. We provide world-class engineering and consulting expertise in: Civil/Structural, Building and Fire Code, Geotechnical and Mining, Construction Claims, Biomechanics, Personal Injury, Human Factors, Collision Reconstruction, Transportation Safety, Electrical and Renewable Energy, Environmental Health and Safety, Remediation, Materials Failure/HVAC, and Fire and Explosion investigations.