Patrick Finn is an architect and construction professional with over 30 years of diverse professional experience. His career, prior to joining Robson Forensic, included a wide spectrum of projects from large scale retail properties to small, one of a kind commercial and residential projects. Patrick applies his expertise to forensic casework involving building construction, project management, and premises liability disputes.
As a registered architect, Patrick is uniquely qualified to address all of the practical aspects of building design, construction, and life safety within the widely varied and sometimes complex building environment. His diverse project experience is a broad range of facility types, police and fire stations, large scale retail developments, light commercial, healthcare, education, and residential. His expertise includes site and building design.
As a general contractor, Patrick is uniquely qualified to address all of the practical aspects of building construction, exterior concrete and flatwork, small to medium sized excavating equipment, wood and light gage metal framing, elevator and stair construction, doors and hardware, and exterior siding and roofing. In addition to his traditional architecture and construction practice, Patrick has the experience of conducting dozens of existing building and site surveys for a large national restaurant chain; the scope of these surveys included ADA compliance and broader premises safety concerns.
Patrick conducts forensic casework throughout the Northeast. He is a registered architect in CT, MA, NH, RI, and VT; a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), and he holds certification by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB). Patrick earned his Bachelor of Architecture from Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, MA. in 1989.