Lisa gives back to the next generation as a visiting lecturer and critic at Yale University, Harvard University and Boston Architectural College.
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Lisa Davey applies her 18 years of experience in structural engineering analysis, design, investigation and litigation support services to a myriad of project types. She is equally at ease with the renovation and expansion of historic structures as she is with the design of new structures. Lisa is especially adept at forensic investigations and has provided litigation support for delay, standard of care and failure claims as well as for the largest construction claim in UK legal history. Her portfolio encompasses commercial office buildings, residential, cultural, healthcare and educational facilities, and transportation projects.
East Coast Leadership
Lisa manages all aspects of design and construction: her responsibilities include coordinating and supervising the technical aspects of projects, and interaction with all team members – architects, attorneys, building facility and property managers, developers, building owners and contractors, among others.
Sharing Her Expertise
She has been an instructor at Yale University School of Architecture, where she taught systems integration to graduate-level architecture students for three years. She is a repeat guest design critic at Harvard Graduate School of Design and Boston Architectural College. She was a featured co-presenter at the 2013 forensic lecture series hosted by the Boston Society of Civil Engineers, presenting a step-by-step tutorial on forensic information modeling.
Outside of Work
Lisa lives in Massachusetts with her husband and two children. She enjoys sailboat racing, skiing and recently took up cycling to take advantage of the Concord-Lexington bicycle trail, which runs near her home.
• Forensic investigation
• Litigation support
• Structural engineering analysis
• Structural engineering – New design
• Structural engineering – Alterations and rehabilitations
• Expert witness
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