Property Condition Assessment (Consultant PCA - WA) [COPY]
IVI International, Inc. - Seattle, WA

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Conduct a walk-through survey of the building's major systems: electro-mechanical, envelope, roofing, structural, representative interiors, and site work in accordance with ASTM E2018-8 Standard Practice Property Condition Assessment Process or in compliance with a client’s specific work scope;
  • Provide photographic documentation of representative systems/conditions and physical deficiencies;
  • Prepare approximate areas/measurements and quantities to adequately justify your prepared estimated costs to remedy physical deficiencies and to estimate replacement reserve expenditures;
  • Conduct exploratory interviews with the owner (or their on-site representative), tenants, building system service providers, local government agencies, and other individuals knowledgeable about the subject property;
  • Review repair/improvement costs (receipts and pending proposals) incurred by tenants/ownership and salient documents such as: certificate of occupancy, maintenance reports and logs, elevator safety inspection reports, and warranty information;
  • Review pertinent promotional, sales, and leasing literature; receipts from repairs and/or improvements; schedules of pending improvements, and any previously prepared building condition survey reports, appraisals, and ADA surveys, etc.;
  • Compliance with IVI’s standard operating procedures and established, documented protocols for conducting the work;
  • Prepare a written report in accordance with client prescribed scope of work or ASTM standard utilizing our proprietary online, document assembly software; and
  • Proactively communicate salient issues observed to the Supervisor.

  • Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Architecture or Engineering
  • Minimum 5 years related work experience (design, construction administration, conducting forensic studies, etc.),
  • Three years of experience conducting Property Condition Assessments or building forensic studies;
  • Working knowledge of general building codes and construction best practices;
  • Proficient working knowledge of Word and Excel;
  • Current professional registration as a registered architect or professional engineer desired;
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, credit card with a minimum $3,000 reserve for traveling related purposes, and no fear of flying or heights;
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
  • Valid US passport a plus; and
  • Physical ability to climb ladders, crouch to enter low-clearance headroom conditions, and occasionally move or lift weight up to 30 lbs.