Property Condition Assessments
Criterium-McWilliam Engineers reports contain information about the structure and its components vital to investment and finance decision making. The Property Condition Assessment Report provides appropriate due diligence for the real estate transaction.
The state of Nevada regulates who can perform Property Condition Assessments for commercial properties. Criterium-McWilliam Engineers, LLC, is licensed and certified to inspect all types and sizes of commercial properties in Nevada. The state of Nevada requires an inspector to hold, at a minimum, a General Inspector of Structures certificate in order to inspect a commercial building larger than 10,000 square feet. Chay McWilliam is a Master Inspector of Structures, the highest level attainable in the state of Nevada. This, in addition to his being a licensed Professional Engineer, assures that Criterium-McWilliam Engineers, LLC, meets or exceeds all Nevada and bank requirements for performing Property Condition Assessments (inspections) of commercial properties. Criterium-McWilliam Engineers, LLC, is the only company in Nevada that meets both of these requirements.
Among the properties we have inspected, are the World Market Center Complex, the Bank of America building, and many apartment complexes.
Our reports comply with industry standards such as those of Standard and Poor and ASTM. Customized or abbreviated reports and formats for special needs or very large and time sensitive assignments have also been developed.
The scope of our investigation is designed to address the unique concerns and risk tolerance of our clients. We provide a list of current deficiencies and areas of deferred maintenance along with the cost to cure these deficiencies. Capital reserve requirements are included in our report. ASTM Phase I Environmental Site Assessments can be performed as part of the due diligence process upon request. In our standard report, we evaluate the following:
PAVING & CURBING