Pacific Construction Analysts, Inc. (previously Boyd-Schlumbohm Consultants) is a boutique construction management and forensic firm specializing in the fields of general building construction, general engineering construction, development, and general construction practices and techniques. PCA was formed in 2002 to partner William (Bill) Boyd’s decades of heavy construction experience, locally and internationally, with Craig Schlumbohm’s expertise in the detailed, technical analysis of complex construction matters. Craig and Bill fostered a relationship in the early 1990’s while both worked for Mark McDowell Corporation of San Diego, California. Bill’s company, William Boyd Consultants (WBC) served as a consultant to McDowell on a several high profile engineering, public works, and commercial projects.
In 1997, WBC secured the construction management contract for the site development of Legoland California, and hired Craig to act as the onsite construction manager for the duration of the project. Craig and Bill’s relationship grew as WBC managed a wide variety of construction projects for contractors, developers, and commercial property owners. WBC also served the legal community as a construction forensic expert, where Craig and Bill provided construction analysis for a litany of contract dispute, jobsite safety, and construction defect litigations.
In 2002, Craig and Bill created Boyd-Schlumbohm Consultants, incorporating it in 2003. Bill retired in 2006 leaving the helm to Craig. Since 2006 and in response to a changing construction market, PCA changed its focus from larger engineering projects towards a wider range of services, including single family residential, multi-family residential, commercial, and broadening its scope of forensic services. Today, PCA is a full service construction consulting firm providing construction management, site development, and construction forensic services. Our primary focus is the analysis and restoration of properties with a history of construction related problems, long-term maintenance concerns, restoration projects, and complex construction matters.
Projects include multi-family residential, single family residential, commercial, public works, and site development.