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Charles Taylor Adjusting America, part of Charles Taylor PLC, a U.K.-based adjuster, has launched an engineering consulting service and named Richard K. Ladroga chief technical officer, the company said in a statement Thursday.
Mr. Ladroga, based in Boston, will lead the team of engineering experts, which will provide full-service engineering, specialty consulting, project management and forensics business serving a wide range of industries in the public and private sectors, the statement said.
The engineering team is located in New York, Massachusetts, Ohio, New Hampshire and Texas, with further expansion underway, the statement said.
Mr. Ladroga, who most recently was director, energy for DeSimone Consulting Engineers Inc., is a licensed professional electrical power engineer with over 30 years of experience including serving as president and principal engineer of Risk Management International LLC. He served as a technical expert on numerous disaster events, including hurricanes Katrina, Harvey, Irma and Maria, and human contact events (electrocutions), explosions and fires, the statement said.
“With the launch of our consulting engineering service, Charles Taylor further establishes its place as a premier service provider to the insurance, legal and engineering industry sectors,” Vince Cole, Charles Taylor CEO, said in the statement.
Charles Taylor Risk Consulting, a unit of London-based Charles Taylor P.L.C., on Thursday said it has acquired Richardson, Texas-based Cardinal Risk Management Alternatives Inc.