Berman & Wright Opens New Office in Arlington, VA

January 5, 2015

Berman & Wright Architecture, Engineering & Planning, LLC is expanding our forensic and building diagnostic services to meet the growing needs of our local clients in Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia, and we are pleased to announce the addition of our fifth office location in Arlington, Virginia.

At Berman & Wright, we believe that successfully addressing our clients’ interests requires more than just the tenured knowledge of building design and construction techniques. Our principals, Mark Harris Berman, Registered Architect & Professional Planner, and Ronald E. Wright, Professional Engineer, each have over 35 years of practical experience in the construction industry and decades of extensive experience in construction defects litigation, forensic investigations, and expert witness services.

Our professional staff has provided testimony in more than 250 depositions and over 50 trials through the United States, and provides support for clients and counsel, with projects ranging from single family homes to multi-family high rises, commercial, industrial, and educational facilities. Our investigations and projects involve building envelope evaluations: roofing, cladding and fenestration, structural, geotechnical, and hydrological deficiencies reports, M/E/P/F systems analysis, and a range of interior construction issues, including fire separation, vapor migration, mold evaluation and as lead experts in the well known Chinese Drywall Class Action.

Our commitment to the highest standards of research and investigations, combined with our mission to deliver outstanding expert reports, construction cost estimates, trial exhibits, presentation graphics, and exceptional litigation support and testimony, has earned our firm the reputation of excellence we enjoy. Our new office will allow us to continue to provide this higher tier of service, with greater continuity and coverage along the East Coast, while our other offices continue to service the North and South-East and Great Lakes regions.

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