In this article, architect and retail premises safety expert, Catherine Peterman discusses the appropriate use of floor mats and runners.
When properly selected and maintained, floor mats can be part of an effective program to improve pedestrian safety. However, improper or poorly maintained mats can be hazardous and can cause falls.
A construction project schedule is typically a graphic representation of how a construction project is completed and constructed. For example, a contractor’s bid estimates costs to build the project, and a construction schedule estimates the time required to construct the project.
In this article, Catherine Peterman, AIA, NCARB, provides an overview of construction project delay claims and the way a forensic analysis is conducted to determine the cause of a delay and quantify the damages.
The experts at Robson Forensic are frequently engaged to investigate matters related to the operations and management of retail stores. The focus of our investigations varies from case to case, but often involves an evaluation into the safety of merchandise displays, good housekeeping practices, food safety, or premises security.
Specific experts from our premises safety group bring firsthand experience designing walkways, product shelving, and building maintenance procedures in the retail industry .
In this article, experts from the architectural practice at Robson Forensic provide an overview of error and omissions change orders. The discussion includes an explanation of change orders, the difference between errors and omissions, as well as what is reasonable to expect from architects and project owners.