LWG Consulting Announces Launch of Mexico City Office
MEXICO CITY - March 31, 2014 - LWG Consulting is pleased to announce the launch of their new Mexico subsidiary, operating as LWG Consulting Mexico, S.A. de C.V, based in Mexico City. This location, LWG’s 21st global office, will focus on providing property loss investigation, failure analysis/damage assessment and litigation support to insurance carriers, legal professionals, governmental agencies, and corporations throughout Latin America.
LWG is also excited to announce the newest member within their Forensic Engineering practice group, M.I. Isaac Barron Arellano. Mr. Barron holds a Master Degree in Energy, as well as a Bachelor Degree in Electric and Electronics Engineering. He has extensive experience with power plant design, building automation systems, safety performance programs and electrical system efficiency testing.
On the addition of Mr. Barron and expansion into Latin America, Tim Christ, Director General at LWG commented, "Isaac is an excellent addition to our team given the breadth of his electrical and mechanical engineering experience, as well as his background with energy and automation systems design. As we are already the leading fire investigation firm in Latin America, it is the perfect time to expand our service offering to power and electrical engineering-related failures as well."
Bob Wedoff, President & CEO of LWG added, "Our clients desire consistency in claims handling, no matter where in the world they operate. We are pleased to provide reputable international capabilities paired with highly skilled local engineering expertise. Our mission is to provide 'world-class consulting services globally,' and the establishment of this office is one more step in that direction. We’re thrilled to have grown our global engineering services so as to meet the needs of our growing client base in Latin America."
About LWG Consulting (currently Envista Forensics)
Since it was founded in 1984, LWG Consulting has supported insurers, independent loss adjusters, corporations, and legal professionals by providing forensic engineering expertise including failure analysis and damage assessment, equipment restoration/decontamination services, and digital forensics investigations. LWG has grown to have 21 worldwide office locations.