Fire and explosion investigation

We use different, innovative research methods such as 3D visualisation and photography or CT scans to make the invisible visible...without destructive examination.

Contact Details

Our Surveyors

Amsterdam:

+31 (0)20 610 7260

Antwerp:

+32 (0) 3664 0279

Geneva:

+41 22731 0892

Groningen:

+ 31 50 305 0081

London:

+44 (0) 207 101 2114

Arnhem:

+31 (0) 26 303 4716

Rotterdam:

+31 (0) 10 479 0311

We conduct in-depth fire investigations using the latest technologies and are certified by the International Association of Arson Investigators, guaranteeing the world’s highest standard in fire investigation techniques. The IAAI accreditation ensures that all investigations are performed under the scientific method of the National Fire Protection Association. All investigators go through continuous training and re-certification.

  • On-site attendance to allocate the area of origin of the fire
  • Root cause investigations
  • Storage and packing requirements of hazardous goods.
  • Review of firefighting procedures
  • Risk assessment
  • Court and arbitration work (by certified court experts)
  • Collecting and safeguarding evidence
  • Sampling and advice on laboratory testing
  • Loss prevention advice
  • Advice on fire prevention and safety

3D Photography and CT Scan

3D Photography (Matterport)

Documenting a fire scene requires precise, on-the-spot mapping of the available evidence. Our 3D laser scan camera (Matterport) helps to document fire investigation scenes more comprehensively than traditional tools and provides a more complete snapshot of the fire scene. Laser scanning supports a highly accurate, systematic approach and improves workflow efficiency, from gathering evidence on the spot to post-processing and presentation in court for forensic investigation.

CT Scan

Fire investigation includes both field and laboratory work to determine the cause of the fire. By using the CT scan, we can create images that distinguish between organic and inorganic substances or identify damage-causing defects, making it easier to pinpoint the cause of the fire.