Beth Brascugli De LimaPrincipal Consultant
HRM Consulting, Inc.2050 Gateway Place, Suite 100-177, San Jose, CA, 95110 Phone: (209) 728-8905 Fax: www.hrmco-nsulting.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
ADA, FMLA, FEHA, CFRA, Litigation Support, EEO, Investigations, Retaliation, Wrongful Termination, ADA Job Analysis/Accommodations, Performance Management, Wage & Hour, Policies/Procedures, Medical Leave Management, Labor Market Assessments, Vocational Consultant.
MBA; BS; SPHR-CA; SHRM-SCP.
John RohoskyPrincipal Architect
John Rohosky AIA Architect5214 F Diamond Heights Boulevard, #223, San Francisco, CA, 94131-2175 Phone: (415) 370-3070 Fax: www.rohos-kyarchitect.com Email: email@example.com
Forensic architect; Expert witness; Construction defects; Code compliance; Slips and falls; Remedial construction documents/construction administration; Life safety issues; Guardrail/handrail/stairway design; Water intrusion; plan defects; Architecture standards of care, ADA.
Licensed Architect C-7096 (CA); Licensed Contractor B-402418 (CA); BS Architecture.
BS, Architecture, Catholic University, 1967; Graduate studies in City Planning and Urban Design, 1968.
National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) "Remmies" awards: 1st Place: Design/Residential Interior; 1st Place: Contractor Residential Exterior; 1st Place: Design/Residential Exterior; 2nd Place: Design/Residential Interior; Merit Award: Design Residential/Exterior; Ford Foundation Grant.
AIA (American Institute of Architects); CSI (Construction Specification Institute); FEWA (Forensic Expert Witness Association)
Technical Reviewer, "Home Remodeling for Dummies"; Design project featured in Taunton Press book titled "At Work, At Home."
Depositions/court testimony -- approximately 85+ cases over 35 years (30+ depositions, 8 courtroom testimonies) involving: Slips and falls (stairs, handrails, guardrails); construction defects; water intrusion; building code and maintenance issues; defective architectural plans, construction assemblies, injury involving life safety elements as stairs, guardrails and handrails. Court appointed expert in a case involving a neighbor's dispute, consulted to the DOJ (Dept. of Justice) in a matter involving the VA (Veterans Administration); and
ADA codes as applied to a HOA (Home Owners Association) case.