Anaheim Hills, CA 92807
LAS VEGAS3960 Howard Hughes Pkwy
Las Vegas, Nevada 89169
PHOENIX2375 East Camelback Road
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
SALT LAKE CITY2150 South 1300 East
Salt Lake City, Utah 84106
SACRAMENTO180 Promenade Circle
Sacramento, California 95834
SAN ANTONIO17806 IH 10
San Antonio, Texas, 78257
SAN DIEGO402 W. Broadway
San Diego, California 92101
DENVER4600 South Syracuse
Denver, Colorado 80237-2719
HOUSTON800 Town and Country Blvd.
Houston, Texas 77024
MIAMI1688 Meridian Avenue
Suite 600 & 700
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Forensic Architecture, Construction Claims Evaluation, Construction Consultant
Construction Cost Standard of Care Expert, Certified Professional Estimator (ASPE)
General Construction Investigation Builders Standard of Care Expert
American Concrete Institute - Associate
Licensed Professional Engineer (CA,TX,UT)
Water Infiltration, Mold, & Catastrophe Claims Specialist Construction Standard of Care Expert
Insurance Claim Expert, Construction Claims Evaluation
Data Support Specialist, Construction Claims Evaluation, Certified Building Inspector
Construction Standard of Care Expert, Construction Estimator
Construction Estimator, Scheduler, Construction Risk Management
A $1.7 million home in Paducah, Kentucky. Allegations of water intrusion and mold.
Firman Residence Chino Hills, California
Mann Residence. Santa Monica, California
Creamer Residence, South Carolina
Altezza at Newport Coast HOA, California
Los Angeles Custom Home Beverly Hills, California
Vasquez Residence Anaheim Hills, California
Glassman Residence Newport Beach, California
35,000 sf home, located in Mount Pleasant, SC. Alleged defects include failure of the EIFS exterior cladding causing water intrusion and substantial damage to framing materials.
Claims included water intrusion through roofing assemblies, stucco wall and window systems, and membrane waterproofing materials at public courtyards and walkways over the parking structure.
45,000 sf plantation home, involving allegedly defective EIFS siding. BHA provided an evaluation of defects and repair costs. BHA assisted in settlement of a $750,000 for less than $80,000.
EIFS exterior cladding, alleged window issues, and other building code deficiencies. BHA performed an evaluation of the plans, construction documents, and installation. BHA observed and documented removal and replacement of system.
BHA was able to successfully allocate responsibility to multiple sources outside the insured's scope of work, resulting in a savings to the carrier in excess of 96% off the mediation demand.
A high pressure line break caused flood and erosion to UCR's new science building. Repairs required extensive excavation, recompaction, and repair to site and building.
Single family residential housing development.
KB Homes San Diego, California
Dominguez Hills, California HOA
Single family residential housing development.
Multi-family residential housing development.
BHA was engaged to provide General Contracting and Architectural expert witness and trial support services relevant to multifaceted damage and defect claims asserted against the builder
A high pressure line break cased flood and erosion to UCR's new science building. Repairs required extensive excavation, recompaction, and repair to site and building.
Science Building - California State University, Fullerton, California
Fraternity Owners Association San Diego, California
Pepperdine University Malibu, California
Educational Facility Santa Barbara, California
101 Ocean Condominiums, California
701 Ocean Homeowners Association, California
City Front Terrace Homeowners Association San Diego, California
Forest City California Residential Development San Diego, California
1018 Fourth Street Santa Monica, California
SSR Marlowe LLC Los Angeles, California
Construction defect and claims analysis - 73 acre five-star resort property with varied configurations of one, two, and four story villas, with spa, restaurant, convention halls and appurtenant guest and recreation facilities.
Georgian Hotels Group
A $5,000,000 remediation analysis of EIFS cladding and related exterior fenestration at the hotel tower portion of the casino. Specialized protocols were developed in order to accomplish exterior repairs without disruption of normal hotel and casino operations.
Skyline Wesleyan Church
Holy Virgin Mary Church
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
Archdiocese of Los Angeles, California
Regional Medical Center Located in Southern California
Northern California Surgery Center Turlock, California
Located on California's Central Coast, midway between San Francisco and Los Angeles, Atascadero State Hospital (ASH) is a maximum security, forensic facility serving the entire state of California.
The Experts Group at BHA provided site investigations, construction claims analysis, expert witness, and mediation support services in connection with complex multi-million dollar construction defect litigation.
Repair protocols developed by BHA were implemented resulting in substantial savings to insurers and continual, uninterrupted hospital operations during mold abatement remediation and repair.
Gilmore Farmers Market Los Angeles, California
International Coffee & Tea Los Angeles, California
Montalvo Shopping Center Ventura, California
Oxnard Unified School District Oxnard, California
BHA services included, investigation and evaluation of alleged construction defect issues on behalf of general contractor.
BHA provided site inspections, claims analysis, construction expert, and cost estimating services in connection with claims asserted against the general contractor.
McFarland Unified School District
Construction defect and claims litigation involving a private Montessori school complex, library, auditorium and appurtenant structures.
Rio School District
A private coed college preparatory day school. BHA provided general construction investigation, expert witness/trial support services in connection with a complex construction defect litigation.
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