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Emily Wohlfarth, PE

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Emily Wohlfarth
 

Executive Vice President | Forensic Architecture & Engineering Practice Lead

 

+1 667 239 2392 (Office)
8805 Columbia 100 Pkwy, Suite 100
Columbia, MD 21045

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Ms. Wohlfarth’s background is focused on forensic and water resources engineering. Her forensic engineering work involves building envelope inspections, most notably of foundations, steep-sloped and low-sloped roof systems, ceiling collapses, deflected flooring, and moisture intrusions. The purpose of these forensic evaluations is primarily to determine the cause and origin of structural failures. Ms. Wohlfarth has experience inspecting staircases to determine code compliance for slip/trip and fall claims. Ms. Wohlfarth’s forensic engineering experience also includes a focus on pipeline condition assessment, employing ultrasonic leak detection and electromagnetic inspection technology to determine the cause of pipeline failures as well as to predict future catastrophic pipeline failures.

During Ms. Wohlfarth’s water resources engineering work, she contributed her research to the development of the Northern Everglades Technical Plan, performed structural analyses to determine the extent of cracking within the Tampa Bay Reservoir, and collected monitoring well data to determine the economic and technical feasibility of an aquifer as a water supply in Sarasota, Florida. In Texas, Ms. Wohlfarth analyzed water supply sources and availability throughout the state. She has worked alongside municipalities to monitor and assess wastewater pipelines in Maryland. She was also part of a team chosen by the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission in Maryland to address a sanitary sewer overflow consent decree set forth by the Environmental Protection Agency.

Professional Registration:

  • NCEES 14-076-38 National Engineering Registration
  • PACP/LACP & MACP NASSCO Certification 2013-2019
  • PE 39684 – E / AL [State of Alabama Engineering License]
  • PE 19835 / AR [State of Arkansas Engineering License]
  • PE 72307 / AZ [State of Arizona Engineering License]
  • PE 31869 / CT [State of Connecticut Engineering License]
  • PE 908635 / DC [District of Columbia Engineering Licenses]
  • PE 0057907 / CO [State of Colorado Engineering License]
  • PE 20873 / DE [State of Delaware Engineering License]
  • PE 81707 / FL [State of Florida Engineering License]
  • PE 041702 / GA [State of Georgia Engineering License]
  • PE P26228 / IA [State of Iowa Engineering License]
  • PE 19649 / ID [State of Idaho Engineering License]
  • PE 62072630 / IL [State of Illinois Engineering License]
  • PE 12000593 / IN [State of Indiana Engineering License]
  • PE 27895 / KS [State of Kansas Engineering License]
  • PE 36078 / KY [State of Kentucky Engineering License]
  • PE 45051 / LA [State of Louisiana Engineering License]
  • PE 53251 / MA [State of Massachusetts Engineering License]
  • PE 30442 / MD [State of Maryland Engineering License]
  • PE 16711 / ME [State of Maine Engineering License]
  • PE 6201309025 / MI [State of Michigan Engineering License]
  • PE 58676 / MN [State of Minnesota Engineering License]
  • PE 2020035912 / MO [State of Missouri Engineering License]
  • PE 31367 / MS [State of Mississippi Engineering License]
  • PE PEL-PE-LIC-72007 / MT [State of Montana Engineering License]
  • PE 44413 / NC [State of North Carolina Engineering License]
  • PE 28728 / ND [State of North Dakota Engineering License]
  • PE E-18399 / NE [State of Nebraska Engineering License]
  • PE 26731 / NM [State of New Mexico Engineering License]
  • PE 16720 / NH [State of New Hampshire Engineering License]
  • PE 24GE05649200 / NJ [State of New Jersey Engineering License]
  • PE 28138 / NV [State of Nevada Engineering License]
  • PE 96996 / NY [State of New York Engineering License]
  • PE 85987 / OH [State of Ohio Engineering License]
  • PE 32251 / OK [State of Oklahoma Engineering License]
  • PE 96808PE / OR [State of Oregon Engineering License]
  • PE 084930 / PA [State of Pennsylvania Engineering License]
  • PE 11958 / RI [State of Rhode Island Engineering License]
  • PE 33949 / SC [State of South Carolina Engineering License]
  • PE 150224 / SD [State of South Dakota Engineering License]
  • PE 124490 / TN [State of Tennessee Engineering License]
  • PE 124221 / TX [State of Texas Engineering License]
  • PE 11991446-2202 / UT [State of Utah Engineering License]
  • PE 402056198 / VA [State of Virginia Engineering License]
  • PE 018.0134803 / VT [State of Vermont Engineering License]
  • PE 20115800 / WA [State of Washington Engineering License]
  • PE 48056-6 / WI [State of Wisconsin Engineering License]
  • PE 22012 / WV [State of West Virginia Engineering License]
  • PE 18186 / WY [State of Wyoming Engineering License]
  • PE 0-52041-1B / USVI [US Virgin Islands Territory]