Foundation Pro Engineering to Provide Structural Engineering Services throughout Colorado


Centennial, CO – April 15, 2021 – Knott Laboratory, LLC is a forensic engineering company with locations throughout Colorado. Today, Knott Laboratory announces the launch of a new division, Foundation Pro Engineering. This new division will provide expert structural engineering services directly to residential and commercial property owners who discover foundation issues within their structures.

“For most people, their home is one of their largest investments, so dealing with foundation movement can be incredibly costly and highly stressful,” said Stanley Stoll, CEO/Principal Engineer at Knott Laboratory. “We created this division to provide property owners with answers by thoroughly diagnosing their unique foundation issue and providing engineering repair solutions.”

Foundation repair in Colorado is unique because we are home to a variety of expansive soils that can cause movement and serious damage to foundations. Commercial and residential property owners may discover cracks and/or gaps in their interior walls or in driveways and patios. While not always indicative of foundation movement, these are common signs and require proper diagnosis. Foundation Pro Engineering staff are all licensed structural engineers and have extensive experience determining the cause of foundation issues. They have evaluated thousands of structures and foundations throughout Colorado and are well versed in identifying and diagnosing foundation issues.

To learn more about Foundation Pro Engineering or to get a quote, visit or call 970-718-5480.

About Knott Laboratory LLC: Headquartered in Centennial, CO, Knott Laboratory provides forensic engineering and animation services with expertise in mechanical, civil, and structural engineering. The company has worked on over 20,000 failure analysis cases nationwide for the legal and insurance industries, as well as for local and national businesses. Knott Lab has become the leader in forensic engineering and accident reconstruction by investigating high-profile cases such as the Kansas City power plant explosion, the Miller Park crane collapse, and the Princess Diana car crash. To learn more, visit

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