Chris Collier came to McLarens in 2017 with extensive construction/estimating knowledge who has adjusted and consulted on a variety of large complex projects around the country.
After graduating from NYU with a B.A. in Urban Design & Architectural Studies, Chris gained experience in the MEP engineering and construction field through his employment with an MEP engineering firm. Prior to joining McLarens, he gained even more valuable experience with his business venture into the home remodeling industry. His current role makes use of the architectural education obtained as well as his marketing/sales, project estimating, contract negotiation, and project management skills acquired throughout his professional career.
Chris has advanced quickly as he developed his loss adjusting skills since joining with McLarens, handling a wide range of claims – hospitality, builder’s risk, technology, real estate, retail, manufacturing, municipalities/education. However, with an aptitude for estimating and forensic analytics, Chris has recently been sought after by defense attorneys to provide independent cost analysis services to evaluate subrogation demands. Chris uses a diligent work ethic and experience to assist his clients and ensure a fair and equitable settlement for all assignments that he works on.
Chris has his AIC designation, is a certified HAAG commercial roof inspector, and is licensed in NY, DE, NC, SC, FL, TX, and LA.
Chris has consulted on several alternative dispute resolution assignments. The following list provides a sample of his most recent engagements.
2017 – Present McLarens
Executive General Adjuster
2010 – 2016 Philadelphia Contributionship Insurance Company
2008 – 2010 Rossini Collier Construction
- Kitchen fire at a hotel’s restaurant in Washington D.C. (USD 3 Million)
- Catastrophic fire at a bowling alley in Philadelphia, PA (USD 3.1 Million)
- Builder’s Risk: Catastrophic warehouse facility fire (USD 8.5 Million)
- Hurricane Ida: Flood loss at a commercial office building (USD 5 Million)
- Hurricane Ida: Flood loss at an apartment building (USD 900 K)
- Hurricane Ida: Roof collapse (USD 2 Million)
- Texas Deep Freeze: Multiple locations (USD 3.2 Million)