PFCS’ Investigating & Evaluating Property Claims Series
Pete Fowler will be co-presenting a program on Habitability Claims on 11/29/2018 at the ASCDC Construction Defect Seminar in Costa Mesa, CA, in addition to delivering it as part of PFCS’ 2019 Investigating & Evaluating Property Claims Webinar Series.
Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing Construction Defect Claims
Matthew Philippe & Pete Fowler will present a webinar called Mechanical Construction Defects. Mechanical Construction Defects is for anyone who needs to know about risk management, claims, and litigation related to Mechanical (heating and air conditioning), Electrical or Plumbing (MEP) systems.
Slip, trip, & Fall Claims
Slip, Trip, Fall & Personal Injury Claims is a 1-hour walk through Pete Fowler Construction Services’ (PFCS) Construction Claims Analysis Method applied to personal injury claims that occur as a result of a hazard in the built environment.
General Liability claims
Investigating & Evaluating General Liability Claims is a 1-hour walk-through of Pete Fowler Construction Services' (PFCS) Construction Claims Analysis Method applied to general liability claims
Fire, Flood and Landslide claims
As communities recover from devastating wildfires, residents living in both affected and surrounding areas face higher risk of flooding and landslides.
In this webinar we will introduce you to what a roof is, what it is made of, how it is constructed, and the various components of a roof. In addition we provide an overview of the regulations which govern roofs and their construction.
ADmissibility of Expert Opinions
How or why some scientific evidence or expert witnesses are allowed to be presented in court and some are not can be confusing. However, there is significant precedent that guides the way these decisions are made. Managing the development and delivery of opinions, reports and testimony is key to success.
Professional Construction Contracting Discipline: What It Is and How to Get It
PFCS technical experts will provide a work breakdown structure that provides, among many things, an ability to define a 100% complete scope of work for a construction project.