Steve Mitchell, PhD, PE

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Steve Mitchell

Senior Engineer


+1 407 707 4994 (Office)
3626 Quadrangle Boulevard, Suite 200
Orlando, FL 32817

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Dr. Steven Mitchell is an engineering consultant with over three decades of experience in the fields of accident reconstruction, traffic, transportation, and electrical engineering. In industry, he has designed signalized intersections; developed, implemented, and evaluated traffic signal timing plans and traffic signal system installations; and evaluated highway‐rail grade crossings and systems. As an engineering consultant Dr. Mitchell is involved in the forensic evaluation, investigation and reconstruction of traffic accidents, roadway standards and their application, sight triangle requirements, and traffic signal operation. He applies the principles of design, analysis, testing, and safety to the forensic evaluation of traffic accident investigation and reconstruction involving trucks, buses, automobiles, motorcycles, bicycles, and pedestrians. Dr. Mitchell employs leading-edge technologies in the preservation of evidence and the reconstruction of accidents and is experienced in analyzing surveillance and dashcam videos, GPS data, and EDR and HVEDR data. He also has extensive experience with providing deposition and trial testimony.

Key Expertise

  • Traffic Engineering
  • Accident Reconstruction
  • Product Failure Analysis
  • Forensic Evaluation
  • Electrical Engineering

Professional Registration:

  • PE 49737 / FL [State of Florida Engineering License]
  • 1934 ACTAR Accredited Traffic Accident Reconstructionist
  • NAFI #12679-6281 [Certified Fire and Explosion Investigator, NAFI]
  • Certified Forensic Mapping Specialist

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