Professional Testimony from Proven Experts

With so many people involved, modern construction projects must often deal with juggling accountability between entities. What if a mistake is made during the process? Who should be held responsible, especially from a legal standpoint?

McClure can provide professional peer review and expert witness services with our team of seasoned engineers. Whether you’re compiling a report or navigating legal complications, you can count on our engineers for integrity and professionalism. We offer testimony and expert advice for a wide range of structures, including:

  • Civic infrastructure
  • Commercial buildings
  • Industrial properties
  • And much more.

Why Peer Review Is Vital

Structural engineers deal with safety and liability every day. It’s up to them to design and construct buildings that meet all relevant safety codes. Professionals will also maintain thorough records, especially for communication between teams and subcontractors.

Adhering to building codes and keeping track of internal communications are an important part of establishing liability during the construction process. If disaster strikes, the legal system can review the construction process for signs of failure. Even if an engineer didn’t personally assist with a project, their experience can still help authenticate their peers’ work.

Peer reviews can identify where a project went wrong, confirming or denying liability to those involved with making the mistake. When choosing an engineer for peer review, make sure to consider:

  • Their certifications: it won’t help to judge one amateur’s work based on another amateur’s opinion. Engineers providing peer review should have extensive portfolios full of relevant, proven experience.
  • What they’re reviewing: engineers can specialize in different parts of the construction process, making peer review useful for drafting schematics for the overall design. But engineers can also specialize in detecting existing damage, preventing future damage and even identifying the root causes.

Expert Witnesses Are Effective Legal Resources

When a building is damaged, a slew of legal problems can form in the following months. Lawsuits and investigations may be started, especially if someone was injured or another entity’s property was somehow damaged. Expert witnesses are a crucial part of the process. When settling legal cases, the testimony of a licensed structural engineer can be the deciding factor between winning and losing.

Trust McClure for Fact-Driven Integrity

When significant risk or legal liability is at stake, the integrity and accuracy of expert opinions is paramount to a fair process. McClure is proud to have experienced, detail-oriented engineers. We’ll provide well-organized, factual information regardless of whether you’re the plaintiff or the defendant.

Professional Testimony from Proven Experts

With so many people involved, modern construction projects must often deal with juggling accountability between entities. What if a mistake is made during the process? Who should be held responsible, especially from a legal standpoint?

McClure can provide professional peer review and expert witness services with our team of seasoned engineers. Whether you’re compiling a report or navigating legal complications, you can count on our engineers for integrity and professionalism. We offer testimony and expert advice for a wide range of structures, including:

  • Civic infrastructure
  • Commercial buildings
  • Industrial properties
  • And much more.

Why Peer Review Is Vital

Structural engineers deal with safety and liability every day. It’s up to them to design and construct buildings that meet all relevant safety codes. Professionals will also maintain thorough records, especially for communication between teams and subcontractors.

Adhering to building codes and keeping track of internal communications are an important part of establishing liability during the construction process. If disaster strikes, the legal system can review the construction process for signs of failure. Even if an engineer didn’t personally assist with a project, their experience can still help authenticate their peers’ work.

Peer reviews can identify where a project went wrong, confirming or denying liability to those involved with making the mistake. When choosing an engineer for peer review, make sure to consider:

  • Their certifications: it won’t help to judge one amateur’s work based on another amateur’s opinion. Engineers providing peer review should have extensive portfolios full of relevant, proven experience.
  • What they’re reviewing: engineers can specialize in different parts of the construction process, making peer review useful for drafting schematics for the overall design. But engineers can also specialize in detecting existing damage, preventing future damage and even identifying the root causes.

Expert Witnesses Are Effective Legal Resources

When a building is damaged, a slew of legal problems can form in the following months. Lawsuits and investigations may be started, especially if someone was injured or another entity’s property was somehow damaged. Expert witnesses are a crucial part of the process. When settling legal cases, the testimony of a licensed structural engineer can be the deciding factor between winning and losing.

Trust McClure for Fact-Driven Integrity

When significant risk or legal liability is at stake, the integrity and accuracy of expert opinions is paramount to a fair process. McClure is proud to have experienced, detail-oriented engineers. We’ll provide well-organized, factual information regardless of whether you’re the plaintiff or the defendant.

WHERE WE MAKE AN IMPACT

 

McClure can help you make the most of CFS and other efficient materials.

WHERE WE MAKE AN IMPACT

 

  • Licensed in 48 States plus D.C.
  • Engineer of Record Architectural Services
  • Full Building Systems Designed with Cold-Formed Steel (CFS)
  • Complex CFS Framing with Radiused Surfaces
  • Reinforced Concrete including Precast and Prestressed
  • Storm Shelters and Hardened Structures
  • Specially Designed CFS Roof and Floor Open Web Trusses
  • Non-Bearing CFS Cladding and Wall Systems
  • Historic Rehab and Repurposing
  • Blast and Progressive Collapse Resistant Structures (D.O.D.)
  • Industrial and Manufacturing Structural Services
  • Value Engineering Solutions including Design Build Experience
  • Special Analysis – Vibration, Instrumentation, Testing, High Seismic, etc.
  • Structural Evaluations, Insurance and Property Assessments
  • Peer Reviews and Expert Witness
  • Modular and Prefabrication Design