Salas O’Brien announced today that Haag has joined the company, bringing a century of forensic innovation for the public and private sector. Haag’s continued industry leadership, paired with Salas O’Brien’s entrepreneurial mindset, will drive significant opportunity for the combined team of 3,550 across more than 85 global offices. 

Haag is a multi-faceted forensic engineering and consulting company serving the legal, insurance, private, manufacturing, and construction sectors. Over the last 100 years, the company has earned a reputation for quality and technical excellence.

In a world where building performance and resiliency matter more than ever, Haag brings a critical skill set to Salas O’Brien’s service offerings. Haag is known as a standard bearer for forensic engineering, and we are excited to bring their expertise to our team and our clients. Our shared commitment to integrity and fostering team member growth ensures that together, we will continue to set new standards of excellence in the industry.
Darin AndersonChairman and CEO of Salas O’Brien

Founded in Dallas in 1924, Haag is known for precise forensic analysis of causation extent of damage and repair cost and options across many industries. The team has also earned a reputation for research and material testing, educational training programs and industry tools for inspectors, reviewers, and roofing experts. Haag’s team, leadership, and client service will continue, now enhanced by Salas O’Brien’s complementary expertise and culture.  

Salas O’Brien embodies the values, excellence, and approach that resonate deeply with our culture. Both teams are committed to innovation, integrity, employee growth, and adding value for the clients we serve. I’m excited to offer Haag’s growing clientele the full array of Salas O’Brien’s expertise and services to better serve their evolving needs. Salas O’Brien is employee-owned as Haag has long been, and continuing to be a part of an employee-owned organization was a critical factor in Haag’s decision to join them and add value to our combined clientele.
Justin KestnerCEO of Haag

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