Experienced Building Condition Assessment in Pacific Northwest

Whether you're a Building Owner, Home Owners Association or Management Company, being aware of your building's condition is important to help guide planning for maintenance and maintenance reserves.

Building Assessment services include forensic analysis. Such work can be used for remediation, repair, maintenance and/or insurance claims and if necessary litigation support for plaintiff or defendant. %COMPANY Pacific Northwest, Our diagnostic work complies with American Standard Testing Methods, ASTM 2128, which is the nationally recognized protocol Building Systems Performance. A systematic approach assures a factual report that can be understood by other building professionals.

What is a Building Condition Assessment?

There are a few key pieces of criteria that Raymond J. Bartel Architect & Planner @ Hawthorne Crest uses when assessing a building which, combined with more specific criteria, help us properly determine its state.

  • The building's overall condition. We closely examine all aspects of the buildings infrastructure to determine its current condition.
  • We review wall assembly engineering, including relationships between occupancy use, energy value, and moisture phase. Studies include water leakage, condensation, structural failure, mechanical failure, mold and mildew contamination and other problems related to the design and construction.
  • Recommondations include material life cycle analysis and recommendations for upgrading in the future.
Raymond J. Bartel Architect & Planner @ Hawthorne Crest 3D Rendering

Pacific Northwest's Trusted Building Auditors

A Building Condition Assessment is an essential part of owning and maintaining a building. Pacific Northwest. By being aware of the challenges facing your building Before construction and material warranties run.

We have expertise also include Permit Coordination, OSSC, ADA, IBC, NFPA compliance reviews and Post Construction Warranty inspections. Diagnostic work complies with American Standard Testing Methods, ASTM 2128, which is the nationally recognized protocol Building Systems Performance. A systematic approach assures a factual report that can be understood by other building professionals.

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Be Proactive, Contact Raymond J. Bartel Architect & Planner @ Hawthorne Crest Today

Even the most well-designed buildings need to be assessed, even if it's just to confirm they are functioning as they should. Be proactive, and contact us today to discuss how assessment services can benefit maintenance planning.