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Planning For Big Summer Projects

Corey Sargeant
Publication date:
April 13, 2023
Article Summary: 

When a condominium corporation is planning for a large repair project such as paving, building envelope restoration, or infrastructure replacement, there are some best practices to follow. The first step is to determine the scope of the project using the Reserve Fund Study or condition assessments. Engaging a professional/expert to assist with the project process can lead to competitive estimates and better results. Timing of the project should be reviewed to maximize cost savings by combining it with other maintenance tasks. Quoting/tendering and contracts can be challenging, so clear and detailed requests for quotations are important. Communication with residents is vital throughout the project to keep them informed and address any concerns. Regular progress reports should be provided to all parties involved, and a comprehensive project review should be conducted upon completion.


Condominium corporation, repair project, paving, building envelope restoration, infrastructure replacement, best practices, Reserve Fund Study, condition assessments, professional/expert, competitive estimates, timing, maintenance, quoting/tendering, contracts, communication, progress reports, project review.

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Corey Sargeant
Planning For Big Summer Projects
April 13, 2023
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