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CONSTRUCTION EXPERT WITNESSES SPECIALISTS, EXPERTS WITNESS & FORENSIC CONSULTANTS.



In project architecture and civil engineering, construction is the building or assembly of any infrastructure. Although this may be thought of as a single activity, in fact construction is a feat of multitasking. Normally the job is managed by the construction manager, supervised by the project manager, design engineer or project architect. While these people work in offices and make the most money, every construction project requires a large number of laborers to complete the physical task of construction.


Executive Expert Witnesses:

Beaufort, SC, US

Gogulski & Associates, Inc.

Experts in construction, accidents, dispute resolution, claims, scheduling, delays, defects, standards of care, estimating, OSHA investigations, and litigation support.  Mr. Gogulski is a professional engineer with over 40 years experience in forensic consulting, expert witness testimony, construction management, engineering, and facilities management encompassing a broad range of project types including industrial, educational, historical renovations, medical, transportation, residential and government facilities. He is a highly skilled, seasoned professional with mulit-disciplinary skills that uniquely qualify him for the most demanding of assignments.



San Antonio, TX, US

B & F Experts

40+ years financial institutions experience including 17+ years as President / CEO / Director & 6+ years Mortgage Company director. 34+ years of loan experience: real estate, mortgage, warehousing, construction, business, consumer, international, SBA, L/C. Other areas: brokers, operations, fraud, check processing, lender liability, policies & procedures, compliance, fiduciary duties, officer/director conduct. 15+ years of leadership in banking trade associations at the state and national levels. 175+ nationwide cases including FDIC, State of California, banks & non-banks.




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In project architecture and civil engineering, construction is the building or assembly of any infrastructure. Although this may be thought of as a single activity, in fact construction is a feat of multitasking. Normally the job is managed by the construction manager, supervised by the project manager, design engineer or project architect. While these people work in offices and make the most money, every construction project requires a large number of laborers to complete the physical task of construction.