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Property Condition Assessment 

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A Property Condition Assessment (PCA) serves the crucial purpose of observing and reporting on the physical state of the subject property, offering professional recommendations on potential future issues, financial risks, or liabilities to the client.

The Property Condition Assessment covers various systems, including:

Site and Grounds:

  • Pavement, curbs, loading docks, walks, landscaping, irrigation, site drainage, exterior lighting, walls, fencing/railings, 

Structural Systems:

  • Foundations and structural framing of walls, columns, intermediate floors, and roofs.

Building Envelope:

  • Roofing systems, exterior finishes, stairs and steps, exterior doors, and windows.

Interior Building Components:

  • Interior finishes of common areas and tenant spaces. Soft goods' condition is not assessed.

Mechanical Systems:

  • Property-owned electrical, heating, ventilation/air conditioning, plumbing, and conveyance systems.

Regulatory Compliance:

  • Life safety, fire suppression systems, and a general visual review of property compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). We also contact local building, zoning, and fire authorities to identify any outstanding code violations..

Considerations in our PCA and Inspection process include:

Site Components:

  • Topography, stormwater drainage, paving and parking, site access, landscaping, hardscaping, pedestrian walkways, on-site utilities, and specialized amenities.

Building Components:

  • Structural systems, facade, roofing systems, plumbing systems, heating systems, ventilation and air conditioning systems, electrical systems, vertical transportation, fire-protection systems, life safety systems, and general interior finishes.

Trust us for a thorough Property Condition Assessment, where attention to detail and adherence to industry standards ensure a comprehensive evaluation of your property's condition.

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