The Aerial Companies


Construction Defect Forensics

We have over 30 years of experience in identifying construction, design, and life-cycle failures.

When your home or building is experiencing structural failure or building envelope failure you need quick answers to some important questions!

• Where did it start?

• What caused it?

• Is it a “construction” or a “design” defect?

• Have the building materials simply reached the end of their life-cycles?

• How much will it cost to fix it?

The experts at our sister company, Forensic Construction Consulting, can help you get to the bottom of these questions. They have more than 30 years’ experience in this field and are uniquely qualified to conduct forensic analysis on your home or building to determine those answers.

Why do you need a Forensic Analyst?

Structural failure or building envelope failure can be caused by many things, including natural disasters, poor workmanship, design defects, product defects, or products that have just reached the end of their life-cycles. These failures can result in serious problems, including: water intrusion, mold damage, and structural damage. Often, these failures are extremely complex and difficult to assess without experience.

The professionals at Forensic Construction Consulting are experienced in forensic analysis and can help you figure out just what caused the failure. They have the depth of knowledge and experience in construction and building envelope science necessary to discover the cause of your building’s problems.

They are also experienced in working with many types of professionals including subject matter experts, general contractors, contractors, insurance companies, and attorneys — whether legal proceedings become necessary or not.

To learn more about how they can help you with their construction defect forensics service, please visit

Have any questions for our team? Contact Us today!

Our affiliate, Forensic Construction Consulting, is available for construction defect consultation in historic and contemporary buildings, commercial establishments, and luxury estate homes in Florida, including areas around Sarasota, Naples, Gainesville, Sanibel, Key Largo, Delray Beach, Jupiter, and Melbourne.