ForensisGroup architecture expert witness design, planning, and construction of buildings and various structures. The responsibility of an architect includes construction safety, architectural assessment, feasibility analysis, zoning, scheduling, management, claims, building codes and compliance, and structural analysis, among many other details.
It is important that the architectural design stay within the industry’s standard set of codes and regulations, as any deviation from that can become the subject of litigation. Since the architect is involved with the production of specific structures, a potential legal matter requires an architecture expert witness with relevant background on the particular type of structure. Construction and architecture related litigation might also involve such conflicts as construction cost, financial/contractual dispute, a possible breach in planned agreements, building code compliance issues, or construction charge order. An architect must also plan for any possible environmental change that may affect the foundations, such as eroding soil or earthquakes.
The expertise of an architect may vary, as there are various areas of focus within the industry. One architect, for example, may have greater experience in commercial structures, while another may have a stronger background in industrial buildings such as factories.
Due to the high level of details involved with architectural projects, it is important to find the architecture expert witness with a background matching the particular details of your case. ForensisGroup has been connecting clients with highly qualified expert witnesses for over 20 years, including the best architect expert witnesses in the nation. Take the time to browse through our selection of experts and submit an expert request form or contact us to find the right expert witness for your case.