Dustin T. Smoot, R.R.C., R.R.O., C.D.T., LEED® AP


Department Manager, Forensic Sciences Group


Associate of Applied Science Degree in Specialized Technology, December 2001, The Art Institute of York – Pennsylvania

Registrations and Certifications

RRC (Registered Roof Consultant) with Roof Consultants Institute, No. 0665
RRO (Registered Roof Observer) with Roof Consultants Institute, No. 0513 LEED® AP
CDT (Construction Document Technologist) with The Construction Specification Institute

Areas of Expertise

Forensic Investigation and Damage Analysis caused by Hail, Snow, Wind, Flood, Tornado, and Hurricane
Building Envelope Systems – Analysis of their Failures, Recommendations, Plans for Repair, Cost Estimation for Repairs, Peer Reviews of Construction Documents with Recommendations, and Quality Assurance Observation
Comprehensive Roof Consulting (Residential and Commercial)


Dustin Smoot joined Pie Consulting & Engineering in 2011 as a Forensic Specialist where he provides clients with forensic engineering services involving building envelope components. The clients Dustin has served include insurance companies, homeowners, building owners, architects, and engineers.

Prior to joining Pie, Dustin worked in Montana for 6 years as a building envelope specialist and designer for a large architecture firm. There he participated in design review, contract administration, as well as full roof consulting on a variety of different project types. He specialized in design/consulting and forensic evaluation for resort and high-end residence design in snow country. In addition, he spent several weeks a year in Yellowstone Park, one of the harshest winter environments in the country, performing investigations for a facility management plan.

Before living in Montana, Dustin resided in the Philadelphia area. He worked as a roof consultant for a small consulting firm. His experience there involved accessing roofing projects throughout the country, as well as building envelope design, consultation and construction observation. Projects included masonry restoration, roofing assignments, facility asset management, and forensic investigations.