The Real Estate and Environmental Economics practice has been retained on some of the largest and most complex environmental matters around the world. We have experience ranging from single parcels to matters involving tens of thousands of parcels in all asset classes, including residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural. Our work has included the study of impacts alleged to have been caused by air emissions, groundwater, surface water, soil, odors, noise and other disamenities.
We have provided affirmative and rebuttal expert witness testimony and consulting expert assistance in single plaintiff, mass tort and class action matters involving alleged air, groundwater, surface water and soil contamination at sites across the U.S. and other countries.
Stakeholders in environmental and tort liability issues need to understand current and future damages and future contingent liabilities. Whether as part of a company’s strategic optimization decision-making process or as consultants or expert witnesses in litigation, A&M brings economics, accounting, financial modeling and statistical resources as well as industry expertise to address these complex valuations.
A&M assists municipal, state and federal agencies to obtain mission critical facility and infrastructure improvements, and pursues economic development projects through public-private partnerships (P3), as well as real estate monetization strategies.
The A&M real estate team, comprised of professionals credentialed with the MAI, CRE, CCIM, ASA and other industry designations has a proven track record of providing consulting and testimony related to real estate disputes.