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Press Release June 19, 2014

Criterium Engineers Promotes Scott Forbes to Senior Operations Director

National engineering company headquartered in Portland adds to senior staff

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Scott Forbes has been promoted to Senior Operations Director to oversee the company’s newest engineering services offering – Quality Assurance and Risk Management Consulting for the construction industry. Forbes is an experienced construction project manager and an effective communicator that works to ensure client and project success. Having been in the construction industry for over 25 years, Scott’s accomplishments span from the management of projects for small architectural firms, to large national construction companies and international conglomerates. He has provided site analysis, design criteria, drawings, surveys, code reviews, cost analysis, budget preparation and oversight, as well as scheduling, hiring and management of personnel. Scott’s formal education includes Architectural Design and Engineering as well as eight years of service in the United States Coast Guard as part of the Search and Rescue team. 

“Scott is highly skilled in construction engineering and quality assurance. He is detail oriented and is able to listen to clients’ needs, address them, and anticipate potential requirements to save time and operating expenses,” said H. Alan Mooney, Founder and President of Criterium Engineers, Maine’s first home inspection company. “Since our beginning, over fifty years ago, we have evolved from being centered on home inspections to applying our building engineering experience to every type of building and industry. Now, we are using our building expertise at the construction phase to provide quality assurance through construction monitoring and help clients across the US mitigate risk of potential litigation,” Mooney said. 

“Adding Scott to our senior management team enhances our resources to drive new business and continue to deliver reliable, realistic solutions to any building challenge,” Mooney concluded. 

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