Kasi V. Bendapudi, P.E., S.E. M.ASCE is a registered professional engineer in multiple states. Mr. Bendapudi is a Structural Engineering and Forensic Consultant in Dallas, Texas. He has over 30 years of design experience in structural engineering. He specializes in the design of heavy industrial, manufacturing, and hi-tech facilities. He is responsible for the structural design of numerous industrial and manufacturing facilities in the United States and overseas. His experience also includes: evaluation of structural deficiencies and damage assessment; failure analysis of equipment foundations and superstructure; evaluation of construction defects, structure stability and safety; reconstruction of construction accidents and failures. Mr. Bendapudi has taught several seminars in the USA and Canada in the field of structural engineering and forensics. Mr. Bendapudi is a certified Structures Specialist – FEMA, National Urban Search and Rescue (US &R) Response Operations. He also served as a Structures Specialist in the Texas Task Force one (TXTF1). He also is a professional member of the American Institute of Steel Construction (M.AISC) and Association for Iron & Steel Technology (M.AIST),Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (M.ASCE), and the Structural Engineers’ Association of Texas (M.SEAOT).He served on the ASCE “Standards Subcommittee on Seismic Rehabilitation of Buildings” and the ASCE Committee on “Special Structures”. He also served on the “Examinations sub- committee”for Structural I, and Civil Engineering licensing examinations administered by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES). He is a Senior Official Program Evaluator for Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). Mr. Bendapudi is listed in American Men and Women of Science, Martindale- Hubbell’s Directory of Legal Experts and Consultants, America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals, and Strathmore’s Who is Who Registry. He is also a recipient of the Educational Achievement Award from the College of Engineering, University of Wisconsin at Madison (extension) and has published several articles in the area of structural design of industrial facilities.