Mr. Dorf has been active in the appraisal industry since 1997, and has performed valuations of machinery and equipment for multiple financial statement and tax reporting purposes, insurable replacement cost studies, fresh start accounting, lease and collateral evaluation, and property tax analysis as well as operational and technical due diligence reviews.
He has extensive industry experience valuing equipment utilized in: asphalt and concrete, automotive, broadcast and communications, chemicals, data centers, entertainment, food production, foundries, general manufacturing, healthcare, hospitality, injection molding, life sciences, medical device, metalworking, packaging, pulp and paper, petroleum, pharmaceutical, plastics, restaurants, steel service, textiles, and telecommunications.
His appraisal work has involved projects throughout the United States, as well as Canada, Mexico, Brazil, United Kingdom, Denmark, Japan, France, Italy, Switzerland, and Germany.
Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield, Mr. Dorf spent nine years at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, as a member of the Tangible Asset Valuation group, where he was the National fixed assets audit assist leader and oversaw formal reviews of valuation reports prepared on behalf of the firm's audit clients. He has also performed valuation services for Marshall & Stevens, Inc., Deloitte LLP, and Arthur Andersen, LLP.