Christopher L. Moulder

Division Manager

Education


University of Colorado, Denver
B.S. Civil Engineering, 2009

Registrations and Certifications


Professional Engineer in Colorado, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Missouri, Texas, and Wyoming
The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying Record (NCEES) – 47540

Areas of Expertise


Foundation Systems
Wood and Steel Framing
Concrete and Masonry
Forensic Engineering (multiple areas)
Expert Witness
Low and Steep Slope Roofing
Retaining Walls
Construction / Vibration Monitoring

Biography


Chris Moulder joined Pie Consulting & Engineering in 2008 as a Forensic Specialist where he provided forensic engineering and consulting services involving structural, civil, and property damage claims. The clients Chris has served include attorneys, insurance companies, general contractors, homeowners, and building owners.

Chris’s technical expertise includes forensic investigation and assessment of damage caused by failed building systems, snow, wind, fire, flood, tornado, blasting, sinkhole collapse, expansive soils, and consolidating soils. He specializes in providing structural recommendations and plans for the repair and cost estimation of damage. Chris possesses highly proficient knowledge in structural and civil engineering and in the analysis of civil/structural failures.

Chris has extensive experience in structural and civil rehabilitation of multiple projects ranging in size from single-family to multi-family residential structures, as well as commercial and municipal buildings. His work on these projects includes: forensic anlaysis, full rehabilitation design of foundation and framing elements, and preparation of repair plans, repair compliance observations and warranty service observations and analysis.

Prior to joining Pie, Chris provided structural design of framing and foundation systems for single and multi-family homes from conceptual to design through construction completion. Additionally, he conducted forensic engineering investigations on multiple building types and oversaw structural repair operations. He also worked in the commercial construction industry as a pipe fitter and welder after serving honorably on active duty in the U.S. Marines.