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Brian Dunn AIA, NCARB

Forensic Architect

Brian Dunn possesses over 25 years of experience in the construction and design industries with an emphasis on preventing and solving issues related to the built environment. As a design professional Mr. Dunn has garnered expertise in all phases from the initial concept generation to the delivery of the completed building, including post-occupancy analysis. He has been responsible for the successful coordination of the various disciplines that consist of the finished product including site work.

Mr. Dunn provides valuable services to clients by performing on-site inspections and construction document reviews as it pertains to litigation matters and pre-construction loss prevention reviews. Through his use of modern technology and his knowledge of a myriad of construction types and materials, he is able to deliver accurate analysis and provide forward-thinking solutions for clients that encompass their specific needs. He is adept at finding the source of a problem and then providing the appropriate response that yields the best outcomes for clients.

Mr. Dunn’s background in the construction and utility industries prior to him becoming an Architect has given him experience with the technical aspects of construction not typically found in the architecture profession. It is this background that has led him to be proficient in the detailing of buildings and his ability to produce solutions to problems that arise during the course of construction in a timely manner. In post-construction analysis, he is able to examine conditions from large scale proportions down to minute details, interpret those findings, and communicate to clients the scope of the issue and how best to remedy that particular situation to the satisfaction of the client.

Education & Certification

B.Arch, Architecture, Boston Architectural College

Areas of Service

Forensic Architecture