Between architects, investors, construction companies, officials, and inspectors, a lot can go wrong in real estate development. The solution is someone who can speak the language of everyone involved and that’s where I come in. - Carl Peters
Princeton, NJ (PRWEB) December 15, 2013
As one of a handful of people in New Jersey licensed as a Professional Engineer, Professional Land Surveyor, Professional Planner and a Construction Official, Carl Peters is the “Renaissance Man” of land use and construction disputes. Able to oversee a project from conception to final inspection, he is perhaps the most qualified mediator to engage for any sort of property-based dispute. He has just announced his recent membership in the fastest-growing mediation network in the country, Mediation.com.
“Between architects, investors, construction companies, officials, and inspectors, a lot can go wrong in real estate development,” said Mr. Peters. “The solution is someone who can speak the language of everyone involved and that’s where I come in. The combination of my experience and education allows me to effectively mediate and guide parties towards an agreement that works for all.”
Mr. Peters founded his own firm in 2008 and specializes in resolving disputes involving all aspects of property, including land use, construction defects and delays, streets and sidewalks, accessibility for the disabled, boundary line disagreements, drainage problems and other local government matters. Aside from providing technical support for attorneys dealing with engineering, land surveying, construction, land use and construction codes, he can also be an expert witness regarding Construction Matters, Land Use, NJ Uniform Construction Code, Municipal Engineering, Malpractice Claims against Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors and ADA issues.
Mr. Peters holds a BS in Civil Engineering from Rutgers University, and is a fully licensed or certified Engineer, Land Surveyor, Planner, Building Subcode Official, Plumbing Subcode Official, Construction Official, USCG 50 GRT Master, and Municipal Engineer. He also taught as an adjunct professor at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.