Along with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Brigham Young University, Mr. Johnson has over 16 years of extensive industry experience in facility assessment, design, commissioning, and operation of building HVAC, mechanical, plumbing, and direct digital control (DDC) systems.
He has also been involved in engineering analysis, automotive testing, and data acquisition related to survivability and performance of military vehicles and is familiar with and performed service on vehicle engines, suspensions, brakes, and electronics.
Mr. Johnson has applied his extensive mechanical engineering background to the reconstruction of vehicular accidents that range in severity from minor property damage to multiple vehicle and fatality collisions. His reconstruction experience includes accidents involving cars, motorcycles, trucks, recreational vehicles, pedestrians, and commercial vehicles.
In the product liability space, Mr. Johnson has evaluated chairs, appliances, water heaters, door systems, crossbows, forklifts, vehicle components (including engines, fuel injection, tires, suspensions, brakes), and various heavy machinery. His HVAC, mechanical, and plumbing system investigation experience includes multi-family residences, custom homes, commercial, high-rise commercial and residential, casinos, hotels, cellular telecommunication sites, restaurants, K-12 schools, and colleges.
Education and Certifications
• Mechanical Engineering, B.S.: Brigham Young University
• Professional Engineer: Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, North Dakota, Utah, and Washington
• Traffic Accident Reconstructionist: Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR #2867)
• LEED Accredited Professional, Building Design and Construction: U.S. Green Building Council