Conflicts over commercial building structures may be a fact of life, but it helps to have an expert who simply reports the facts.
New commercial buildings often come with their own set of issues that can lead to disputes. This, in part, is because building contractors are pressed for time and the right workers to get the job done. They may also not be fully informed of building codes and what types of materials are best suited to particular building designs and specific structures. This means that even when an architect is still involved when construction begins, the process often doesn't go as planned. And once disagreements crop up, the finger-pointing begins. Meanwhile, the building owner is at the mercy of the people hired to do their jobs—because construction is not something most business owners know a lot about.
That's why building owners and their attorneys are long-standing clients of Tom Hamilton's. As a registered architect in New York State and a Registered Roof Consultant with the Roof Consultants Institute, Tom is the expert they turn to when they factual support for their construction disputes. Tom not only has more than 45 years of experience with all types of buildings. He also offers clients a highly skilled and systematic approach to provide solutions to the most complex and frustrating roof, wall and construction problems.
Using proprietary methods, including his Roof Report Card®, Tom provides factual, unbiased reports with the substantiating detail that building owners need to arbitrate matters and settle any disputes fairly, almost always without resorting to expensive, time-consuming litigation. Just as important, Tom also supplies the panoramic view of the problem, along with the options and costs for fixing it, and can oversee the construction remedies, if requested.