What We Do

Construction Progress Monitoring

Provide interval inspections and reporting, ensuring that clients receive up-to-date information regarding their construction projects. By providing oversight to projects, we ensure that developments stay on schedule and that any potential risks are quickly and efficiently addressed. Our Construction Inspections focus on the following areas:

  • Identifying risks that may occur during any point in the project
  • Verifying appropriate tasks are being completed prior to any draw payment
  • Conducting interval inspections
  • Comparing inspections against the project scope of work, construction drawings, and project schedule
  • Highlighting major deviations from the agreed-upon construction plan

Commercial Building Inspections (CBI) (Our Most Popular Service)
A Commercial Building Inspection includes an onsite visit and provides a detailed evaluation of a commercial building’s physical condition based on the onsite visit. This inspection follows the International Standards of Practice for Inspecting Commercial Properties (ComSOP) for onsite visits. This option provides a simple solution for potential buyers and owners who are interested in knowing the current condition of the building only. The final report will typically be sent later on the same day as the site visit. Larger properties and waiting for the reports from other subject matter experts may extend report delivery a few days. Systems and components included in the CBI are:


  • Property site components
  • Building envelope
  • Structure
  • Roof systems
  • Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing


Capital Reserve Study

A Capital Reserve Study is a budgeting tool often used by condominiums, home-owner associations, and communities who share common areas and some capital expenditures. This identifies the current condition of common assets and systems, and projects when major repairs and replacements may be necessary. This study includes estimated cost projections for the repairs and replacements, giving the community time to establish a plan to generate sufficient funds to cover the expenditure when the time arrives. The evaluation time is typically a 20-year time frame for forecasting costs, however, shorter or longer periods can be used to suit a client’s specific needs.


Commonly done to help plan for roof replacements and exteriors of the buildings and grounds.

Single System Assessment (SSA)
A Single System Assessments are similar to Property Condition Assessments (PCA), but are focused on a specific system rather than the entire commercial property. This service is customized to the needs of our clients. A Single System Assessment report will identify the deficiencies of a particular system (such as a roof) and will use pertinent information, including photographs, to highlight these areas. Common single system assessments area are the following:



  • Roof surface material
  • Structure
  • Electrical system
  • HVAC system
  • Plumbing
  • Exterior wall components
  • Walkways and driveways