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Posted on January 22, 2016

Existing Buildings

If we all had crystal balls, asset management would be easy. But without mystical items of premonition, it falls to asset managers to adequately plan ahead and to know the warning signs of asset failure. Discover the tools available to help you avoid the shock of asset replacement and minimize your risks. Did you know […]

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Posted on January 5, 2015

Existing Buildings

Listed here are the most common reasons I have heard some owners use for delaying the commissioning of a Depreciation Report (also called a Reserve Study or a Capital Plan). I have included some reasons why these are based on false assumptions.

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Posted on November 27, 2014

Existing Buildings

Our clients have asked when they should start preparing for the update report – essentially when is 3 years up? There are several dates associated with a Depreciation Report: the date of the site visit, the date the draft report was issued, and the date the final report was issued. There may be as many as six to eight months between the site visit and final report.

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Posted on January 22, 2016

Existing Buildings

If we all had crystal balls, asset management would be easy. But without mystical items of premonition, it falls to asset managers to adequately plan ahead and to know the warning signs of asset failure. Discover the tools available to help you avoid the shock of asset replacement and minimize your risks. Did you know […]

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Posted on January 5, 2015

Existing Buildings

Listed here are the most common reasons I have heard some owners use for delaying the commissioning of a Depreciation Report (also called a Reserve Study or a Capital Plan). I have included some reasons why these are based on false assumptions.

More+

Posted on November 27, 2014

Existing Buildings

Our clients have asked when they should start preparing for the update report – essentially when is 3 years up? There are several dates associated with a Depreciation Report: the date of the site visit, the date the draft report was issued, and the date the final report was issued. There may be as many as six to eight months between the site visit and final report.

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