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July 12, 2009

Honest Advice From A Construction Consultant In Oakland, CA

Posted in: Industry News

By John Kitts, CityScoop Staff Writer

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Whether you have an existing home with structural issues or getting ready to build a home, add an addition or seismic retrofit, you’re undertaking a big project; a very expensive project too. So you want to know all your options. Well here’s one you might not have heard about – a Construction Consultant.

A construction consultant can be seen as a third party, unbiased opinion. That’s where Anderberg Consulting comes in. A typical contractor that gives you a bid on your project may not give you a bid that is completely in your favor. So if you want another opinion from someone who doesn’t have any stake in the game, then you might consider a construction consultant. By having someone on your side, you can educate yourself with some valuable general knowledge that can be extremely beneficial to your desired end results.

Tom Anderberg has a B.S. in Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering from the University of Illinois, which he earned in 1971. After running a structural construction firm in the East Bay Area from 1973 to 1995, Tom Anderberg started Anderberg Construction Consulting Company, Inc., a structural consulting firm specializing in residential Drainage Systems, Foundations, Settlement, Underpinning, Seismic Retrofitting, Retaining Walls, Hillside Stabilization and Water Intrusion Issues.

Tom Anderberg is a CityScoop local expert. He publishes free information about construction consulting issues that many homeowners are concerned about. You can visit his CityScoop website by clicking the link below:

Construction Consulting Oakland, California


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