Complex Construction Cases Simplified

TrialEx has over 30 years of experience illustrating and animating complex construction cases. From outlining the critical path of construction to educating the jury on a complex multi-step building process, our experience creating these demonstrative exhibits can greatly impact your next construction case. In the fields of architecture and civil engineering, construction builds or the assembling of infrastructure may include concepts more easily communicated to a jury through 2D or 3D animations and illustrations.

TrialEx understands the complexity of construction cases, which may include delays in the critical path, project management, jobsite safety, the environmental impact of the job, availability of building materials, logistics and inconvenience to the public caused by construction delays. This allows our multi-media graphic designers to create concise, easy to understand courtroom exhibits.

Graphic showing surface levels under a building, labeling sub-basement floor, basement floor and first floor levels with a blue region water level

In construction, the authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) is the governmental agency or sub-agency which regulates the construction process. In most cases, this is the municipality in which the building is located. However, construction performed for supra-municipal authorities are usually regulated directly by the owning authority, which becomes the AHJ.