David Montague, PE

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David Montague

Professional Engineer


+1 901 329 4377 (Office)
1138 N Germantown Pkwy, Ste. 101, #420
Cordova, TN 38016

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David Montague conducts forensic investigations involving residential, commercial, institutional, and industrial facilities and the myriad of systems involved in these varied occupancies. His experience encompasses vehicular and equipment investigations stemming from fire, lightning, manufacturing defect, maintenance defect, and other failure modes.

David leads forensic investigations involving personal injury from electric shock, equipment failures attributed to a power surge or lightning, electric code interpretation, proposal review for like kind & quality evaluation, and proposal review of repair/rehabilitation scope and approach. David also has experience testifying and has been a qualified forensics expert.

David conducts numerous investigations involving electrical, building, and life safety codes relative to the code implications for existing conditions, code-required upgrades, and various code-related deficiencies.

David holds extensive experience with evidence examination in-field and under laboratory conditions. He has considerable experience in the preparation and administration of destructive examination protocols which are of importance for the evaluation of potential component failure, third-party modification, installation defect, manufacturing defect, and other similar failure modes.

Key Expertise

  • Building Systems & Equipment
  • Commercial Equipment
  • Electrical Equipment & Systems
  • Electronics Equipment & Systems
  • Heavy Machinery
  • Industrial Equipment
  • Information Technology (IT) Equipment
  • Laboratory / Scientific Equipment
  • Mechanical Equipment & Systems
  • Medical Equipment
  • Semiconductor Equipment
  • Specialty Systems & Equipment
  • Telecommunications Equipment

Professional Registration:

  • NCEES 52562 National Engineering Record – Model Law
  • PE 33447-E / AL [State of Alabama Engineering License]
  • PE 15561 / AR [State of Arkansas Engineering License]
  • PE 60635 / CO [State of Colorado Professional Engineer License]
  • PE 34581 / CT [State of Connecticut Engineering License]
  • PE 89405 / FL [State of Florida Engineering License]
  • PE 46723 / GA [State of Georgia Professional Engineering License]
  • PE 18929 / HI [State of Hawaii Engineering License]
  • PE 062-069661 / IL [State of Illinois Engineering License]
  • PE 11400116 / IN [State of Indiana Engineering License]
  • PE 25794 / KS [State of Kansas Engineering License]
  • PE 29298 / KY [State of Kentucky Engineering License]
  • PE 0038302 / LA [State of Louisiana Engineering License]
  • PE 59280 / MD [State of Maryland Professional Engineer License]
  • PE 6201309940 / [State of Michigan Professional Engineer License]
  • PE 2013008871 / MO [State of Missouri Engineering License]
  • PE 21240 / MS [State of Mississippi Engineering License]
  • PE 72433 / MT [State of Montana Professional Engineer License]
  • PE 19040 / NE [State of Nebraska Professional Engineer License]
  • PE 30015 / NV [State of Nevada Professional Engineer License]
  • PE 17109 / NH [State of New Hampshire Professional Engineer License]
  • PE 105779 / NY [State of New York Professional Engineer License]
  • PE 050719 / NC [State of North Carolina Engineering License]
  • PE 85217 / OH [State of Ohio Engineering License]
  • PE 29741 / OK [State of Oklahoma Engineering License]
  • PE 37841 / SC [State of South Carolina Engineering License]
  • PE 100034 / TN [State of Tennessee Engineering License]
  • PE 127643 / TX [State of Texas Engineering License]
  • PE 0402065231 [Commonwealth of Virginia Professional Engineering License]
  • PE 18075 / WY [State of Wyoming Engineering License]

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