Deconstruction

Deconstruction, in the context of forensics, requires destructive, limited-destructive, and non-destructive analysis, testing and reverse-engineering to determine what happened in the original construction. It often requires careful removal of layers to get to the root-cause of a construction defect for expert witness purposes.

Deconstruction includes:

  • Forensics
  • Reverse engineering
  • Expert witness services

Forensics includes:

  • Field work
  • Code compliance
  • General consulting
  • Structural testing and analysis
  • Mechanical testing and analysis
  • Electrical testing and analysis
  • Lighting testing and analysis
  • Plumbing/hydraulic testing and analysis

Reverse engineering includes:

  • Reverse engineering
  • Code compliance
  • Structural analysis of built environment
  • Mechanical analysis of built environment
  • Electrical analysis of built environment
  • Lighting analysis of built environment
  • Plumbing/hydraulic analysis of built environment
  • General consulting
  • Construction defect

Expert witness services includes:

  • Forensics
  • Reverse engineering
  • Code compliance
  • General consulting
  • Expert opinion reports
  • Trial exhibits
  • Scope of work to repair
  • Cost to repair
  • Litigation support
  • Construction defect
  • Patent infringement
  • Personal injury
  • Depositions
  • Opposing deposition prep
  • Mediations
  • Arbitration
  • Hearings
  • Jury trials
  • Administrative law hearings

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