Mr. Pigrom joined DM&A in 2005 as a fixtures and equipment appraiser and became Senior Manager in 2009. As the head of the Tangible Assets appraisal department, he regularly provides expert witness testimony at deposition and trial regarding fixtures and equipment valuation.
Mr. Pigrom has completed hundreds of appraisal assignments in connection with eminent domain proceedings, charitable contributions, cost segregation, marital dissolution, and ad valorem taxes. He has appraised the tangible assets of a wide variety of business types across the manufacturing, retail, and service sectors, including water districts, mobile home parks, recording studios, gas stations, concrete batch plants, medical offices and facilities, cellular telephone towers, bus depots, logistics/shipping warehouses, and expansive industrial and manufacturing facilities.
Mr. Pigrom is an Accredited Senior Appraiser (ASA) of the American Society of Appraisers in the Machinery and Technical Specialties discipline. He has given presentations on tangible asset valuation, including those entitled “Acquiring Commercial Property: When Appraisal and Relocation Issues Overlap”, “Valuation of Fixtures and Equipment Under Eminent Domain Law”, and “The Duty to Mitigate”.
Prior to joining DM&A, he had more than two years of experience managing plant operations at a California bottling company. Mr. Pigrom graduated from Loyola Marymount University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration with an emphasis in business law and a minor in history.