Distinguished Speaker Series: Harrison Griffiths on vehicle collision reconstruction

Posted on November 04, 2016

FEAS Visiting Distinguished Speaker Series event Friday, November 11 at 12:30 pm in Beamish-Munro Hall Room 109.

Harrison Griffiths
Harrison Griffiths, B.Sc.E, E.I.T.

Harrison Griffiths currently works at -30- Forensic Engineering (formerly Giffin Koerth) in Toronto, Ontario as an Associate in Collision Reconstruction. After graduating from Queen’s, Harrison was involved in the construction industry working as a project coordinator for a general contractor involved in large scale ICI projects around the GTA. A year ago he discovered the field of forensic engineering and has since been working to advance his technical skills and expertise in this exciting industry. He will be coming to speak about graduating from Queen's, his time in construction, and then more thoroughly the type of work he does in Collision Reconstruction, including the field work, vehicle examinations, downloading blackbox data and what key elements to look for during an analysis. He holds a BSc from Queen’s University (2012).

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