THOMAS G. ALBERS, SR., NCARB, AIA, RCI
55+ years experience in the Architectural and Construction industries.
Offering complete architectural services plus special construction
related activities including monitoring of construction for lenders,
existing facility analysis and code compliance evaluations.
45+ years experience as a Construction Technology & Forensic Consultant to the legal profession, institutions, corporations, sureties, insurers, owners in resolving construction distress, property damage and personal injury matters. Projects involved building construction, highways, bridges, marine docks, aircraft hangers, pipelines, treatment plants, fuel depots and aerospace launch facilities, code compliance deficiencies, design errors and omissions, hurricane damage assessments, water intrusion diagnostics and roofing failures.
Mr. Albers has testified in local, state & federal courts and military court of claims as expert witness. Matters included Building/Safety Code Compliance, Roofing Failures, Surety Bond Defaults, Property and Casualty Claims, Water Intrusion Causation, Stucco & EIFS Delamination, Mold Causation, Window Failures, Delay Damage Claims, Building Envelope Defects, Design Errors & Omissions.
With my lengthy experience in the architectural, construction and forensic engineering industries, I can offer you and your client the necessary assistance in matters involving:
Surety Bond Defaults
Building Envelope Defects
Delay Damage Claims
Damage Replacement Evaluations
Stucco & Finish Delimitation
Mold & Moisture Claims
Design Errors & Omissions
Water Intrusion Cause & Origin
Building/Safety Code Compliance
Cost in Place to Complete Evaluations
Registered Architect, State of Florida 1973
Certified General Contractor, State of Florida 1981
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
Emeritus Member of American Institute of Architects (AIA)
Past Member - Roofing Consultants Institute (RCI)
Past Member of American Society for Testing Materials (ASTM)
Design Honor Award – “Gibson’s 4th 5th Gallery” - Cincinnati Chapter AIA, 1972
Publication – “Selling Design to Businesses” – - The Cincinnati Enquirer, 1971, featuring Provident Bank, Springdale, Ohio
Design-merit Award – “Kingslake Retirement Community Clubhouse”, DeBary, FL, 1990
“Moisture and Mold in the Building Envelope” – 13th Annual NE Surety And Fidelity Claims Conference, Atlantic City, 2002
Design Honor Award - Hunter S&L Cincinnati Chapter AIA 1966