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Forensic Architect Ron Tov Joins Xpera Team

Xpera Group welcomes Yaron (Ron) Tov, AIA, an architect with more than 25 years of experience providing forensic architectural services to property owners, builders, architects, contractors and other ...

Topics: Specialty Experts, Architecture, Construction Forensics, News, Testifying Expert, Member Spotlight, Ron Tov

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In Construction, Seeing is Believing

This article on extrapolation in construction litigation was originally written & published years ago by the author. The last republishing of the article was at the 2014 West Coast Casualty Construction Defect Seminar. 

Topics: Ted Bumgardner, Construction Forensics, Publications, Construction Defect Claims

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Real Estate Valuation Expert Witness: What You Need to Know

Whether you're buying a property or you're looking for real estate investment opportunities, having a consultant who does in-depth evaluations can save you from trouble. However, if things have gone wrong and you unfortunately end up in a real estate dispute, ...

Topics: Valuation

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Resurgence of Suburbia post Covid-19?

Lasting Impacts of COVID-19 on California Development

COVID-19 has forever changed America’s image of what constitutes a safe residential community. Once considered the epitome of the America Dream, ...

Topics: Real Estate Development, CM/Development Services, California, Bill Kennedy

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COVID-19 Construction Claims: 4 Steps to Ensure Successful Risk Mitigation

The impact of the COVID-19 has been far- reaching, not only on the health and well-being of society but also on different spheres of the business sector. The construction industry is no exception and has not escaped the havoc created by the pandemic. 

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Topics: Project Management Practices, Construction Delay Claims, Construction Management, Risk Management, Construction Forensics, Construction Claims, Hendrik Prinsloo

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COVID-19 and the San Diego Economy

The impact of COVID-19 on our economy is unmistakable. Is it like 1929? I think not. Is it very serious? Absolutely. But, to accurately gauge the severity of the situation, we need to look at the national economy, first and ...

Topics: Economics, Real Estate Development, Alan Nevin, San Diego, California, Publications

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Untangling the Knot: COVID-19's Impact on the Building Industry

By Ted Bumgardner, Justin Cox and Brian Hill

Topics: Construction Delay Claims, Real Estate Development, Construction Forensics, Construction Claims, Publications

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WYSIWYG: Understanding SB721 & SB326 EEE Compliance

In multi-family residential buildings, Exterior Elevated Elements (EEEs), such as balcony decks, upper landings or walkways, must be evaluated as part of compliance under recently passed California laws,

Topics: CM/Development Services, Apartments, Condominiums, Brian Hill, Balcony, Publications, Construction Defect Claims

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Project Spotlight: 41 West

41-UNIT LUXURY CONDOMINIUM PROJECT SAN DIEGO, CA
Services: Building Envelope and Quality Assurance Services

Topics: Building Envelope, Steve Easton, John Kyrklund, Condominiums, Quality Assurance, Client Spotlight, Featured Project - BE

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Densification and Urbanization: Practical Solutions to Our Housing Shortfall

As a fairly new country (compared to, say, those in Europe and Asia), the United States started out with very few cities. In 1800, almost the entire population lived in rural areas. As industrialization took off, the economic shift produced the rise of ...

Topics: Real Estate Development, Alan Nevin, CM/Development Services, San Diego, Apartments, Affordable Housing, Publications

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