I have the expertise to clarify the issues.
I bring 30 plus years (and counting) of real world construction management and forensic engineering experience to your case. Unlike some expert witnesses, I have spent my career actively working in my witness field. I know the construction industry inside-and-out. This expertise allows me to constantly stay ahead of industry changes. I even stay current and understand confusing regulations such as OSHA that affect roles and responsibilities in the construction industry.
I have the experience to communicate the issues in every phase: initial fact finding, discovery, reports, depositions, trials, testimony, arbitration, etc.
I have an extensive understanding of the kinds of question your are likely to face and I have the ability to explain even the most complex of issues in concise language that the court can understand. A majority of the reports I have written alone, have led to settlements. In addition, I have taught construction accident investigation and the dynamics of construction related cases around the world
Expert Research on Complex Issues
American Asphalt and Grading Company, a large earth-moving contractor, hired Gogulski & Associates to prepare a claim against DR Horton, owner of several large-scale residential developments in Las Vegas.
As result his success on the project, officials requested 3 additional claims from Gogulski & Associates on seriously over budget, delayed projects including the US Army Corps of Engineers detention basin and channel; and 30 million dollar environmental dust mitigation and control project at Owens Lake for Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.
All required skills in negotiating and professional engineering for complex construction and design issues.
“I have personally spent hundreds of days in arbitration during my career. During that time I have had the opportunity to determine the qualities which make an outstanding arbitrator. I believe Mr. Gogulski has these qualities. He is an engineer, diligent, hard-working. He is concerned about doing the right thing. He would make an outstanding arbitrator.”
P– Greg Ronan
Goddard & Blum New York, New York