AEI Corporation, a multi-disciplinary forensic engineering firm providing a full range of investigative analysis, testing, and expert witness services, is pleased to announce changes to its leadership team.
As part of AEI’s ownership succession plan, former AEI President and Founder Jay Freeman will remain with AEI as a Senior Project Engineer, while John Schumacher will assume the responsibilities and leadership role of President. John, along with longtime AEI colleagues Dennis Shelp and Zach Jason will comprise the executive leadership team moving forward. As established industry leaders, John, Dennis, and Zach bring decades of experience with a proven track record in the field of forensic engineering.
“John, Dennis, and Zach have been a core part of the company since it was founded in 2005 and remain dedicated to providing high-quality engineering, consulting, and litigation support for our clients,” said AEI Founder Jay Freeman. “Clients can expect the same level of service provided by the colleagues they know and trust.”
“On the surface, our role is to uncover the facts and tell the story of what happened when something goes wrong,” said AEI President John Schumacher. “What really drives us is the opportunity to help our clients determine what steps to take next.”
With more than 175 years of combined experience, the licensed engineers and consultants at AEI Corporation are known throughout the industry for their expertise in forensic engineering and investigations. AEI is also equipped to handle a full range of testing and analysis and provide expert testimony.