Our clients are Property Owners & Managers, Governmental Organizations, Developers & Contractors, Product Manufacturers & Suppliers, Insurers, and Lawyers. They come to us with an expensive building problem: the construction process went wrong. Sometimes it's construction defects like leaks or cracks; or an accident that caused damage or injury; and sometimes it's a contract dispute about money or time. Our clients need to understand the technical building issues and costs, so they can make smart decisions to solve the problem, and negotiate from a position of strength.
Pete Fowler Construction is a team of building experts and project management professionals who help clients figure out what happened, what should have happened, how the problem should be solved, how much it will cost, and who is responsible. The hardest part is translating the technical speak of building design, engineering, estimating, contracting, construction, and investigations, into plain-English that everyone can understand and use to make smart decisions. Our projects include building inspection & testing of many kinds; estimating, quality & construction management; and building claims & litigation including construction defects, general liability claims including property & injury, and contract claims. Every year we work on hundreds of projects as widely varying as single-family residences, multi-family projects, mixed use developments, commercial, institutional, industrial, low-rise, mid-rise and high-rise construction. We operate both in the private and public sectors and with for-profit as well as non-profit organizations. We are often called to consult and testify in claims and litigation and we have been hired by the lawyer or insurance company for every major party in the building industry, including every major sub-trade. The building claims & litigation we work on falls into three major categories: property & injury claims, construction defects, and contract claims like delays and cost overruns. We have consulted on virtually everything imaginable that could make someone sad or mad about building construction, buildings, or property.