Construction Management/Forensic Investigations/Engineering
Best's Recommended Expert Service Providers - Construction Consultants
- Telephone: 203-658-3910
- Telephone: 866-432-4677
- Fax: 203-504-8838
- E-Mail: email@example.com
- Website: www.clmpe.com
Mailing Address: PO Box 4532, Stamford, CT 06907
Connecticut Licensed Professional Engineer # PEN0022119 New Jersey Licensed Professional Engineer #24GE05124800
Since 2010, the President and Managing Member of CLM Engineering Associates, LLC, which concentrates its focus on forensic engineering/expert witness evaluations for the insurance industry and legal community. In addition, we offer construction management, civil/structural engineering, building inspection services, value engineering and have consultants to handle electrical engineering, architectural issues, and land surveying concerns.
We have advised numerous clients with respect to their current and potential structural issues related to the acquisition and disposition of real estate (both residential and commercial), performed costs estimates/projections and have vast experience in performing quality assurance inspections for high-rise apartment buildings and rental communities in both Connecticut and New Jersey.
- Premises Liability
- Slip, Trip and Fall
- Construction Defect Analysis
- Construction Failure Analysis
- Construction Safety
- Safety Engineering
- Forensic Engineering
- Disaster Inspections
- Accident Reconstruction
- Product Liability
- Roofing Systems
- Retaining Walls
- Structural Framing
- Foundation Systems
- Building Collapse
- Warranty Issues
- Storm Event Damage
- Electrical Matters (Such as Fires and Electrocution Cases)
- Construction Delay Claims
- Standard of Care for Contractors
- Standard of Care for Engineers/Architects
- American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
- National Academy of Forensic Engineers
- National Society of Professional Engineers, Correspondent
- Connecticut Society of Civil Engineers
Providing service throughout the state of Connecticut and New Jersey.
Craig Moskowitz, MBA, MS, PE
- The University of Maine, B.S.C.E.
- Quinnipiac College School of Law, Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution
- University of Bridgeport, M.B.A.
- Columbia University, Masters in Construction Administration
High Profile Cases
Worker injured in construction accident inside a family-run grocery store Customer slipped and fell on sidewalk outside a commercial building Neighbor fell over an existing retaining wall structure on private/residential property Customer tripped and fell over ramp in front of restaurant establishment Concrete block foundation wall collapse due to Hurricane Sandy Structural damage to residential buildings due to explosion event Commercial building issues resulting from a structural fire Brick collapse on commercial building Detachment of chimney from residential building due to winter storm event Water inundation in mechanical room of commercial building due to improper construction Deck settlement on residential structure Bowing of retaining wall due to construction defects and excessive parking lot loading Collapse of shallow trusses supporting roof of commercial building due to excessive snow loading Construction technician was injured while carrying construction materials from the upper level of a high-rise hospital building addition to the ground level in the State of Connecticut. (Court verdict in favor of clients on 12-24-14; served as a trial consultant). Young girl was injured when 2 large, heavy antiquated doors and associated swinging mechanisms malfunctioned and the girl was pinned between the doors (Settled). Customer of a high-end gift shop severely injured her hip on a step along the interior of such store (Settled via Arbitration). Visitor to the retail establishment fell at the entryway due to alleged defects in the exterior walkway. (Settled).