James Feuerborn has an extensive background in structural analysis and design, peer review, due diligence and condition assessments, failure and forensic investigations, emergency response, renovations, litigation support and common and complex property loss scenarios. He has worked on a variety of building types involving a wide range of construction materials, including reinforced concrete, steel, aluminum, cast iron, masonry and timber. James has considerable experience in complex deconstruction projects, such as 130 Liberty St. (Deutsche Bank Building) and 680 Madison Ave. in New York City, and investigations involving crane collapses and roof and foundation failures. His project credits include emergency response services following the 2001 World Trade Center disaster and Superstorm Sandy in 2012.
M.S., Engineering Mechanics, Columbia University
B.S., Civil Engineering, Columbia University
B.A., Humanities, Columbia University
James has overseen hundreds of projects in greater metropolitan New York, including deconstruction efforts at such landmarks as Yankee Stadium and the United Nations.