Forensic Architect Forensic Golf Course Architect Expert Witness

Provides Opinion & Testimony In:

Forensic Golf Course Architect, Forensic Architect, Premises Liability Architect, ADA Architect, Golf Course Safety Architect, Golf Course Accident Architect, Golf Cart Architect, Errant Golf Ball Architect, Construction Design Architect, Slip Fall Architect, Construction Dispute Architect, Architectural Copyright Architect,

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2005-2009 National Academy of Forensic Engineers- Continuing Education in Forensic Investigations and reporting.

2004 AB technical College- Lead Based Paint Mitigation Certificate

1996 Architects Abroad Program- Three week educational tour of Milan, Florence, Venice and Rome.

1994 Seismic Seminar- National symposium on preparation for a catastrophic seismic event.

1985 Harvard University- Graduate School of Design - Golf Course Design seminar.

1972 University of Cincinnati- Bachelor of Science in Architecture

1970 International Institute of Design- Bartlett School of Architecture, London, England. Summer program in urban design for international graduate students.

1966 Freies Institute- Bern, Switzerland. Senior year in High School, foreign exchange student with the American Field Service.

Professional Profile

2002-2009 Private Company Forensic Architect and Forensic Golf Course Architect – Premises liability and golf course accident investigations (errant golf ball collisions and golf cart accidents), building construction dispute investigations and reports, construction cost estimating, site surveys, depositions, arbitration and court appearances.

1982-2001 Private Company AIA - Private practice in architecture and forensic services for: retail stores, shopping centers, commercial structures, restaurants and cafes, office interiors, golf courses, clubhouses, driving ranges and custom homes.
Services included: Forensic investigations of commercial and residential construction disputes and accidents.  Complete architectural design services, including: safety studies, programming and schematic design, entitlement procurement, design, construction documents, permitting, contractor selection and construction administration.

1979-1982 Kaplan/McLaughlin/Diaz - Administrative Manager - A 160 person architectural and planning firm in San Francisco. In charge of major mixed-use development feasibility studies in housing, urban mixed-use and adaptive re-use projects throughout the USA.

1976-1979 A Private Company - President - Architecture and commercial interior design firm concentrating on office and medical interiors, retail stores and cafes. Complete design and construction administration services.

1974-1976 San Francisco - Department of City Planning - Planner in charge of historic review of seismic renovation projects and creation of the 100 most significant historic buildings list. Assisted in drafting the new residential zoning ordinance.
1972-1974 United Professional Constructors - Architect for a design/build organization in Denver, Colorado. Responsible for programming, design and construction documents for low-income and elderly multi-family housing and various facilities for the 1976 Olympics.