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Summary of Professional experience

Mr. Boujaoude’s forensic experience includes conducting due diligence studies for the banking
industry including
Property Condition Assessment and Phase I Environmental Site Assessment
of industrial, commercial, and multi-family residential properties. Property assessed range from the
high-rise 30-story building to the single tenanted 5,000 square feet retail building. He is also
experienced in conducting studies relating to Structural Failure, Construction Defects Claims,
Construction Schedule Delay, Fall Protection Design and Slip & Fall cases.

He has provided hundreds of property condition assessments in accordance with
ASTM 2018, Fannie
Mae Delegated Underwriting Standards
, Freddie Mac guidelines, HUD guidelines and other
client specific scopes of work. He is experienced in assessing site improvements, building structures
and envelopes, and mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems for evidence of deferred
maintenance or problematic or deleterious materials. He has been responsible for estimating
Immediate Needs Reserves as well as On-Going Reserves need to maintain a property, based on
his observations and interviews with personnel familiar with the property.

Mr. Boujaoude provided hundreds of environmental site assessments in accordance with
E1527, the USEPA All Appropriate Inquiry rules
, Fannie Mae Delegated Underwriting
, Freddie Mac guidelines, HUD guidelines, and other client specific scopes of work. His
environmental background includes a detailed understanding of the risks associated with hazardous
and regulated materials storage, use generation and disposal, above ground and underground
storage tanks, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), asbestos-containing materials (ACM), lead-based
paint (LBP), mold and radon.
7991 Cincinnati-Dayton Road
West Chester, Ohio 45069
PHONE          (513) 755-9012
FAX               (866) 910-2968
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Louisville, and southeastern Indiana including Indianapolis.Engineering,
Property Condition Assessment & Environmental Phase I Site