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VERTEX offers Forensic Consulting services throughout the globe to a diverse set of clients that include insurance carriers, third party administrators, law firms, sureties, developers, HOAs, and contractors.


Our services include: Surety Claims Consulting, Construction Claims Consulting, Environmental Claims Consulting, Forensic Engineering, Forensic Cost Engineering, Forensic Architecture, Forensic Accounting, Forensic IT Services, and Forensic Fire Investigation services. Our clients hire us to provide engineering, construction and environmental experts with litigation and deposition experience. VERTEX has turnkey forensic services inclusive of forensic accounting and Forensic IT support.

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Key Personnel

Christopher Morley

Christopher Morley

Managing Director, Forensic, Risk Management & Engineering Design

Christopher Morley has over 20 years of experience in the environmental consulting industry. As the Managing Director of Forensic, Risk Management & Engineering Design, Mr. Morley is responsible for the management, operations, strategy, and business development. Mr. Morley also oversees hundreds of global environmental and engineering/construction insurance claims. Additionally, Mr. Morley oversees Loss Control services for environmental and construction underwriting.

News

VERTEX Celebrates the Grand Opening of Encore Casino

June 19, 2019

The VERTEX Team from left to right:  Bill Gibbons, Patty Plante, Jeff Koon’s ‘Popeye,’ Rachel MacPhee, Jaron Frieden, Sean Dinneen, Emily Walker. The VERTEX Team was an invited guest at the Encore Casino earlier this week to celebrate the opening of this grand resort to the public on June 23rd, 2019. Working alongside the great…

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VERTEX Ranked #27 in ENR's Top 100 Construction Management-for-Fee Firms

June 17, 2019

VERTEX is proud to be ranked #27 in ENR’s Top 100 Construction Management-for-Fee Firms. Companies are ranked based on total 2018 revenue in $ millions for construction-management or project/program-management services performed as a professional service for a fee. As reported by ENR, in the current hot industry market, third-party construction and program management firms also…

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VERTEX Sponsors Bisnow's Denver State of the Market

June 7, 2019

Join VERTEX Engineers, Construction Experts, and Environmental Scientists at Bisnow’s Denver State of the Market on Wednesday, June 26th at 7:30am.  Get 20% off your registration with our discount code: VCSD20LHEO. What you’ll learn: 1. As Denver’s multifamily rents continue to increase, how will developers and the City of Denver approach the need for affordable…

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VERTEX Awarded 2019 Best Firms to Work For & Hot Firm by Zweig Group

June 3, 2019

Zweig Group recently announced their 2019 Best Firms to Work For Award and 2019 Hot Firms List. VERTEX is proud to be ranked on both lists.  The 2019 Hot Firm List honors the fastest growing firms in the AEC, planning, environmental consulting, or related industry firm, based in the U.S. or Canada. Firms are ranked on…

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VERTEX Speaking at Fidelity and Surety Law Spring Conference

May 9, 2019

Several of VERTEX’s team are in Austin, Texas today through Saturday, May 11th, speaking and training as part of the 2019 Fidelity & Surety Law Spring Conference (FSLC). The conference, Complex Construction Issues Facing the Performing Surety, has a heavy construction focus. The speakers include many of FSLC’s most distinguished professionals from companies, law firms,…

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Blog

New York City’s L Train Repairs - Part 3: The Rise of Fiber-Reinforced Polymers

May 30, 2019

This post is part of a series that looks at the lessons learned from New York City’s restoration of a critical asset in its subway system following Hurricane Sandy in 2012. In the first part, we discussed the preparation and scope of the L train tunnel repair plans. The second part explored the critical role of…

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Crystalline Silica Exposure - Regulations and Risks

May 28, 2019

OSHA Standard for Silica Exposure and Controls Did you know that in March of 2016, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) published a final rule regulating occupational exposure to respirable crystalline silica? The previous OSHA standard for silica exposure and controls was published in 1971 and had not been updated or revised since.  What…

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New York City’s L Train Repairs - Part 2: Construction Projects and Stakeholders

May 16, 2019

This post is part of a series that looks at the lessons learned from New York City’s restoration of a critical asset in its subway system following Hurricane Sandy in 2012. In the first part, we discussed the preparation and scope of the L train tunnel repair plans. Here, we will look at the critical…

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Environmental Data - Management and Visualization

May 9, 2019

Data – we rely on it every single day to make decisions for our clients. Data insights are influential and persuasive when they are reliable and accessible. We rely on data – on its precision and accuracy – as it drives our regulatory compliance decisions and our evaluation of complex environmental systems. Environmental Data Management…

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New York City’s L Train Repairs - Part 1: Recovering from a Natural Disaster

May 1, 2019

The Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy In 2012, Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast with a fury and cost New York City over $19B in damage.[1] Now, nearly seven years later, necessary repairs, including infrastructure rehabilitation, continue in response to the storm’s massive impact. While multiple subway systems in New York City have undergone repairs, there…

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