Improving Project Value
LOWER COMMUNITY COSTS
BY MAXIMIZING SERVICE LIFE
Many communities—including condominiums, townhouses, cooperatives, houses of worship, golf courses, etc.—are big businesses. Managed by volunteer boards, they typically hire management firms and professional services to operate and maintain the facility, oversee construction projects, and optimize project performance.
But when projects are more complex, or when management team oversight time or expertise are limited—that’s where we bring value.
Fully defining the problem
Creating SOWs & RFPs, assessing proposals
Kickoff, inspections, and closeout
Our key goals are to:
Keep Stakeholders Well-informed
Generate Net Project Savings
Optimize Project Service Life.
EXTERIOR BUILDING LEAKs—
TUCKPOINTING GONE WRONG
While brick exterior walls of a building appear to be waterproof, in fact, they are quite porous and function as one of many building systems to keep interior spaces dry. They require periodic…
In a mid-century whole house, “strip it to the studs” major remodeling project, I became increasingly concerned with the quality of the plumber’s replacement of natural gas and domestic pipes to…
A MULTI-YEAR WATER QUALITY INITIATIVe
As a newly elected Board President in an older condo community with numerous capital projects, I observed some owners were experiencing “aesthetic” water quality problems.
More Than Project Coordination
When projects get complex, they require more than just coordination—they need proactive owner representation and project management.
So we offer on-call, custom-tailored services in an ala carte menu—so you can select only what you need, no matter the size of the project.
COVID-19 has stalled business, not stopped business. Many construction projects must still happen.
We have pandemic-oriented health and safety best practices to protect our client communities and jobsite vendors.