VERTEX has Experts that Talk the Talk and Walk the Walk.

Unlike others, VERTEX provides forensic consulting alongside traditional AEC services which allows for a 360 degree view of your project.

VERTEX Services


Need an expert for your case?

Our forensics experts work alongside AEC specialists which enhances our skills and bolsters the credibility of our expert consultants.

Find an Expert


VERTEX delivers innovative solutions on complex projects globally.

Since 1995, VERTEX has completed over 90,000 projects.

View Portfolio


VERTEX believes in a Lifetime of Learning philosophy.

Stay current with our industry experts as they share their insights and knowledge on the built environment.

View Insights

Grow Your Career

Join Our Team

VERTEX is looking for talented individuals to join a highly technical team of forensic consultants, design engineers, construction managers, and environmental scientists.

Learn More

Contact Us

Have a question or want to speak with a technical professional?

VERTEX is a multi-discipline firm with global coverage. Our international network of resources enables us to provide multi-national clients with the most qualified local professionals who understand the culture, language, and regulatory framework.

Call Us: 888.298.5162

Call Us

Call us at 888.298.5162.


VERTEX Serves as Panelist at New England-Canada Business Council

December 2, 2014

On Tuesday, November, 25th, VERTEX’s President and COO, Jeffrey Picard, served as a panelist for an event hosted by the New England-Canada Business Council focused on discussing the future of North American Economic Competitiveness. Other panelists included Aaron Annable, Acting Counsul General, Consulate General of Canada; Daniel Hernandez-Joseph, Consul General, Consulate General of Mexico; and James Paul, Director of the Boston Office of the U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration. The event was well attended and offered excellent discussion and insight into the past 20 years of NAFTA’s work with Canada, the United States and Mexico. Panelists were able to give their views on country specific experiences and vision of North American trade moving forward.

Back to Insights