Forensic Engineering: Lessons Learnt through Experience presents comprehensive scopes, approaches, methodologies and best practices for conducting investigation process of structural failures, structural assessments and geotechnical assessments. This book explains the state-of-the-art forensic engineering investigations involving preliminary visit, investigation approaches, information gathering, systematic procedures, data analysis and findings, and report writing. It offers reliable procedures and methods to guide readers and practitioners in understanding the practices in forensic engineering investigation process. Topics covered in this book provide a broad picture of forensic engineering investigation approaches which include forensic investigations for slopes, commercial buildings, temporary working platforms, shop houses, accommodation buildings, precast concrete components, footbridges and bridge decks. This volume will benefit readers from different groups such as students, academics, researchers and industry professionals. The book aims to provide systematic guidelines for conducting forensic engineering investigations, presentations of results and report writing for parties or clients who place emphasis on reliable and sound findings.