Crane Engineering
Scott E. Dillon  Platinum Member


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Contact:

2355 Polaris Lane North
Suite 120 Plymouth, MN, 554447
USA


Services:

Scott Dillon is a licensed professional engineer with more than 17 years of experience in the areas of fire and explosion investigation, fire protection engineering and fire science. Scott provides clients with expert consultation regarding fire protection and alarm systems, life safety, fire dynamics, fire testing as well as compliance with codes and standards.

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Qualifications:

Scott has a M.S. and a B.S. in Fire Protection Engineering from the University of Maryland. He is an IAAI Certified Fire Investigator, as well as a NAFI Certified Fire and Explosion Investigator (CFEI) and Certified Vehicle Fire Investigator (CVFI). He is also a member of the Society of Fire Protection Engineers, National Fire Protection Association, International Association of Arson Investigators, National Association of Fire Investigators and ASTM International. He is a member of the Society of Fire Protection Engineers, National Fire Protection Association, International Association of Arson Investigators, National Association of Fire Investigators, International Code Council, National Fire Sprinkler Association, and ASTM International. Scott has his professional engineering license in several states, He also serves as a member of the NFPA Technical Committees for Fire Tests and Combustible Metals and for Metal Dusts. Mr. Dillon is also trained and certified as an OSHA Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) Technician (29 CFR 1910.120).


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Experience:

Scott has extensive experience performing investigations of fires involving residences, vehicles and industrial facilities. Prior to joining Crane Engineering, Scott was a senior managing engineer at Exponent, where he applied his knowledge of fire protection engineering and fire science principles to the analysis and investigation of building fire and life safety systems, the causation of fires and explosions and the evaluation of product liability issues. Prior to Exponent, Scott was employed as a fire research engineer with the ATF Fire Research Laboratory (FRL). In this role, he provided support to fire investigations and performed numerous small-and large-scale fire simulations to assess the ignition and growth of fires.

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Categories:

Boat fires/Explosions   ,   Building and Fire Code   ,   Engineer   ,   Engineering/Safety Engineering   ,   Evidence Collection and Preservation   ,   Explosives/Investigation   ,   Failure Analysis   ,   Fire Protection   ,   Fires   ,   Fires & Explosions   ,   Fire - State Fire Code Compliance   ,   Fire Investigation   ,   Forensic Engineering   ,   Forensic Investigations   ,   Insurance Litigation Expert   ,   Laboratory Testing & Analysis   ,   OSHA/ Investigations   ,   OSHa Safety/Compliance   ,   OSHa Safety/Compliance   ,   Product Liability   ,   Propane   ,   Safety Engineering   ,   Vehicle Fire   ,   Expert Testimony   ,   Failure Investigation   ,   Forensics   ,   Forensic Science   ,   Incident Investigation   ,   Fire or Explosion, Industrial   ,   Dust   ,   Fire Risks   ,   Fires - Industrial   ,   Fire Modeling   ,   Fire Risk Assessment


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