Residential Construction Expert Witnesses
Residential construction is an important part of the United States economy. More than half of all private construction spending in the United States is residential construction. This type of construction includes single-units, duplex, quad-plex, apartments, and manufactured housing (mobile homes, pre-built). There are many different roles in residential construction. Developers buy large pieces of land and divide it into building lots, get financing, and make sure roads and utilities are installed. Designers are hired to create blueprints of project and contractors do the building. Our residential construction expert witnesses, speakers, and consultants are scholars and researchers from major universities as well as professionals in the construction industry and nationally recognized consultants and testifying experts. They include homebuilders, licensed general contractors, Uniform Building Code (UBC) inspectors, residential inspectors, construction defects experts, HVAC experts, and ICC reinforced concrete inspectors, among others. Areas of expertise include but are not limited to the following: demolition, residential design, community land planning, homebuilding, single-family construction, multi-family construction, historical property, remodeling, concrete, masonry, carpentry, residential heating and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, construction management, construction engineering, sustainable / green construction, architecture, building products, risk assessment, construction finance risk analysis, budgeting/cost control, procurement, estimating, quantity surveys, construction claims and recovery, change order impact, construction delay analysis, defects, inspections, forensic construction investigations contract administration, contractual disputes, construction health and safety, OSHA, accessibility for people with disabilities, building codes, and litigation.