Mark Evans represents owners on a variety of construction matters, including drafting contract documents, defective and/or non-conforming workmanship claims, delay claims and bid disputes. As a former project engineer for the City of Columbus' Construction and Inspection Division, he scheduled and supervised inspectors for various construction projects and managed a $20 million infrastructure installation of sanitary sewers, water lines, roads and bridges. As a structural engineer, Mark performed preliminary layout and estimation of new and existing bulk material handling facilities; designed and engineered structures, including transfer towers, trusses, tunnels and foundations; and inspected existing structures for structural integrity. As a soils and concrete testing technician, he performed pavement coring for testing and conducted field concrete tests and site soil investigations.
Capital University Law School (J.D., 2001)
The Ohio State University College of Engineering (B.S. in civil engineering, 1995); member, Chi Epsilon, the National Civil Engineering Honor Society
Bowling Green State University (studied architectural design, 1988-1990)
Trial Advocacy Training, Judge Ralph Adam Fine
National Institute for Trial Advocacy Training (NITA) Deposition Training