CASE STUDIES

Partially collapsed condominium building

On June 24, 2021, Champlain Towers South, a 12-story condominium in Surfside, Florida, partially collapsed.  ProNet Group was retained by the building’s primary insurance carrier’s outside counsel to investigate the collapse.  Due to the ongoing state of the investigation, further details cannot be shared at this time.

Partially collapsed parking structure

ProNet Group was retained in this $32 million plus loss by the general contractor’s primary and excess surplus insurance carriers to serve as Project Manager and leading investigation firm for the multi-party joint investigations.

Interior of partially burned warehouse

A fire occurred in a large 200,000 square foot transit shed and warehouse facility at one of the largest shipping ports in the U.S.

collapsed scaffolding outdoors

An 11-story multifamily residential building in south Florida was undergoing construction of a 3rd level swimming pool deck.  During the scheduled concrete placement, the shoring failed and the scaffolding collapsed.

Large commercial transformer

In north Jakarta, Java, Indonesia, a large power transformer at a combined-cycle power plant facility experienced a major failure involving extensive damage to upper exterior areas of the main tank, cooling fins, and one of the HV bushing turrets. 

Football stadium under construction

New 40,000 seat football stadium for major university required mechanical engineer to conduct evaluation of fire sprinkler system installation.

Orange construction fencing around natural gas outlet

A natural gas line ruptured near a residential neighborhood. The owner of the gas line was potentially liable for property damage sustained by neighborhood homes.

Tornado Condo Damage_structural roof pho

Over the course of nearly six months, ProNet’s team of engineers inspected and assessed the widespread damage to the condominium complex, and oversaw reconstruction efforts.

Four people inspecting burned engine compartment of large boat

ProNet Group was retained by the independent adjusting firm and attorneys representing one of the contractors working on Vessel 1, in which the fire was puported to have begun, to determine the origin and cause of the fire.

Removed pipe with red tape securing white card on a table

One of two ammonia refrigeration systems at a cold storage facility leaked causing over $180 million in damage to frozen food products.