Property Condition Assessment Services

AnchorProperty Condition Assessments

Architectural and engineering (mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire/life safety) evaluations of existing building systems and site improvements to assess their physical condition, general code compliance, capacities/adequacies, repair and maintenance issues, recommended replacements, capital expenditures, and opinions of probable costs for recommended corrective actions

Mechanical Electrical and Plumbing System Assessments

Assessment of building mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems to evaluate their capacity, general adequacy for current building loads, status of general code compliance, current condition and operational status, repair and maintenance issues, recommended replacements, capital expenditures, and opinions of probable costs for recommended corrective actions

Fire- and Life-Safety Systems Assessments

Evaluation of building fire- and life-safety systems to evaluate their capacity, general adequacy of current alarm and monorting devices, status of compliance with local and national fire codes, current condition and operational status, repair and maintenance issues, recommended replacements, capital expenditures, and opinions of probable costs for recommended corrective actions

Structural and Seismic Assessments

Assessment of building structural systems to observe the condition of visible portions of the foundations, wall framing, elevated floor framing, and roof framing to evaluate the general adquacy of vertical- and lateral-load-resisting systems, general code compliance, including preparation of probable maximum loss (PML) estimates relative to seismic performance

Disabled-Access Assessments

Evaluation of as-built conditions to identify potential architectural barriers as stipulated by Title III design criteria of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Federal Fair Housing Act (FHAA) design guidelines, and other state disabled-access regulations

Construction Observation Service

Observation of, and reporting on, construction-related activities during design and construction phases. Activities typically include third-party peer review of design/construction documentation, monthly review of construction progress and financial draw requests, and final punch list walk-throughs and wrap-up reports

Owners Represtation

Acting as owner's agent in executing tenant- and capital-improvement projects, including coordinating project design, budgeting, bidding activities, construction, third-party observation/oversight, and final project closeout and acceptance

Third Party Peer Review

Review of property condition reports prepared others to opine on the general adequacy of the scope of services conducted, findings, conclusions, recommedations presented, and compliance with generally accepted engineering standards for the duediligence consulting  industry

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