Michael Frolov is a Senior Project Manager with over 15 years of experience, including forensic, geotechnical, and construction engineering, along with construction materials testing and inspection. He has experience with various building types and holds engineering licenses in numerous states. His forensic engineering experience consists of storm damage and water intrusion assessments, investigations of structural and building envelope failures, and the analysis of earth movement related to the distress of structural materials. In addition, he is proficient in building code construction compliance and has led investigations involving fire and smoke damage. Mike has experience with geotechnical instrumentation, pavement design, and subsurface soil and rock explorations. He has completed the International Code Council (ICC) Special Inspector certification program for Structural Welding, Spray-applied Fireproofing, Soils, and Structural Masonry, among others. He has also taught at Shoreline Community College as an Adjunct Instructor of Engineering.