Category: Engineering

  • Phase I Environmental Site Assessments in New Jersey

    Many individuals are concerned about the location when buying a property. This is because the site will affect the investment in the long term. Yet one of the most neglected property aspects is environmental risks. Determining the property’s environmental factors is essential in maintaining a balanced and comprehensive risk management strategy. It aids the entity […]

  • Surfside Condominium Tragedy Results in Stricter Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Requirements

    On June 24, 2021, the Champlain Towers, a 12-story beachfront condominium in Surfside, Florida, partially collapsed. This tragic incident has resulted in 98 deaths, four people trapped and rescued from the rubble, and dozens of people without homes. Preliminary investigations revealed that the possible causes of the collapse were design failure, low-grade construction, and a […]

  • Mistakes to Avoid in your Transition Study

    The completion of an asset construction leads to the transition phase, where control, ownership, and responsibility are transferred from the developers to the community association. This is also the point where the parties make finishing settlements about building matters. To proceed with these activities, they need substantial information to support the decisions they will make. […]