Clinton J. Ford, MS, ACA, CGC, CIAQM, CIE, CMR, CRMI
, has over 30 years of Construction
experience and has obtained both field experience and education in the following four distinct but often related disciplines of Construction, Environmental, Real Estate, and Insurance
Mr. Ford served 25 years as a State Certified General Contractor working on projects ranging from $5,000 to $50,000,000 and has spent over 20 years providing construction consulting and expert witness services.
Mr. Ford holds many titles with decades of experience in the construction/environmental industries and was a former continuing Educations Sponsor for the Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board.
Over the years, Mr. Ford has combined his extensive construction knowledge with cause and origin of water intrusion and environmental issues offering an exceptional understanding of Building Science and its relationship to contamination from biological agents such as Toxic Mold, Mycotoxins, Bacteria, and Endotoxin’s.
- Mr. Ford offers attorneys consulting and litigation support assistance in Building Construction
and Environmental Claims
that have resulted in property damage, personal injury, and/or wrongful death. He offers pre-litigation counseling, damage and loss estimating, forensic building construction investigation and analysis, pre-trial and trail consulting services and trial testimony. He individually tailors preparation for each case in order to provide the greatest benefit and impact in either a defensive of offensive posture.
Areas of Expertise
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- Building Codes / Building Permits
- Building Construction
- Construction Accidents
- Construction Safety
- Construction Claims
- Building Contractor Termination
- Licensure Issues
|Construction Cost Estimates / AnalysisWater Leaks / Moisture IntrusionContaminationEnvironmental DamageIndoor Air QualityMold & Fungal CausationProperty Damage Assessment|
Through a referral from an Architect, a school teacher called Clinton J. Ford P.A. with questions concerning the construction of their new two-story home.
A local Mortgage Company referred an Attorney to one of their clients because they were having construction problems. Their clients did not want the final disbursements made until these issues were resolved.