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R.H. Adcock/Architect and Associates, Inc.                               Architectural Forensics

R.H. Adcock/Architect and Associates, Inc.                               Architectural Forensics

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  1. R.H. Adcock/Architect and Associates, Inc.                               Architectural Forensics R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  2. "To assure quality with expertise, knowledge and commitment” R.H. Adcock/Architect and Associates, Inc. An established, full service, architectural forensic company with an outstanding reputation.Our licensed experts, professional project managers and experienced administrative staff distinguish us as the best choice for achieving your architectural and roofing forensic requirements. R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  3. Forensic Architecture: • Post-Construction Building Examination • Perform Visual & Invasive Site Inspections • Defect Reports and Repair Recommendations • Expert Witness Services: • Document Analysis,Mediation, Depositions, Arbitration Testimony, • Trial Testimony • Presently Providing Services In: • Northern California • Southern California • Nevada • Arizona • New Mexico • Colorado • Florida R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  4. Areas Of Investigation: • Roofing • Stucco • Windows/Doors • Decks and Balconies • Fire-Resistive Construction • Ceramic Tile • Tub and Showers • Fireplaces • Flatwork Concrete R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  5. Presented By: R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC. 3550 Camino Del Rio North, Suite 350 San Diego, CA 92108 (619) 624-9566 FAX (619) 563-4874 www.rhadcock.com RIO DEL VERDEChandler, Arizona R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  6. OVERALL R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  7. OVERALL R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  8. OVERALL R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  9. TILE ROOFS R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  10. OVERALL R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  11. Damaged Tiles R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  12. Slipped-Unsecured Tiles R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  13. Damaged Tiles and Underlayment Exposed. R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  14. First tile course not boosted at eaves R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  15. First tile course not boosted at cap sheet. R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  16. Edge metal termination short at wall. R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  17. Open rake trim tiles do not butt field tiles. R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  18. Edge metal does not return up open rake R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  19. Valley flashing short at eave R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  20. Valley termination obstructed by birdstop R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  21. Valley tiles unsecured R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  22. Valley termination obstructed by open rake trim R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  23. Hip trim overexposed R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  24. Weatherblocking not used at hip & ridge R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  25. Unsecured cut tile at hip R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  26. Trim tile mastic not over nail head R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  27. Overexposed tile course below ridge R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  28. Unsecured confined rake tiles R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  29. B-vent storm collar not used R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  30. Unsealed nails exposed at penetration flashings R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  31. Z-bar lap open at cricket area R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  32. Resultant damage R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  33. Resultant damage R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  34. Resultant damage R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  35. MODIFIED BITUMEN ROOFS R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  36. OVERALL R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  37. Cap sheet buckling R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  38. Vent pipe & T-top stripped-in R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  39. B-vent storm collar not used R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  40. Resultant damage R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  41. ONE-COAT PLASTER R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  42. One-coat plaster system failure; cracking. R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  43. One-coat plaster penetrations not sealed. R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  44. One-coat plaster penetrations not sealed. R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  45. “J” mold screed not dropped adequately below sill plate; framing exposed. R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  46. “J” mold screed not dropped adequately below sill plate; framing exposed. R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  47. SLIDING GLASS DOORS R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  48. “J” mold screed short of nail fin; blocked by concrete over-pour. R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  49. EXTERIOR DOORS R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

  50. Thresholds unsealed at jambs; staining. R.H. ADCOCK / ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, INC.