Having a clear picture of the condition of your building is critical to making informed, forward-thinking decisions. SitelogIQ’s facility support services include property condition assessments, project procurement, and logistics consulting. We’ll work with you to develop clear, responsible plans that save you money, reduce maintenance, and position your organization for long-term success. Our facility support services include:
With a nationwide reach and a team of experts spanning architecture, engineering, construction, and other disciplines, SitelogIQ is an ideal partner for all your facility support needs. We aim to develop long-term relationships with every organization we serve — as you grow and your needs change, we’ll be there to help ensure your property is running efficiently and effectively at all times.
What Is a Facility Condition Assessment?
A facility condition assessment is a comprehensive look at various aspects of your building. Property managers conduct facility assessments for a variety of reasons — for help with capital planning and budgeting, to troubleshoot efficiency issues or other problems, to ensure compliance with local code and other regulations, or to prepare a building for sale or lease. The extent and nature of the assessment will vary according to the desired outcome of the project. The process may include:
- An inspection of your HVAC system components, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing infrastructure, building roof, foundation, frame, and other core components
- A comprehensive energy audit looking at the overall efficiency of your lighting and HVAC equipment, building envelope, insulation and windows, and suitability for solar or other renewables
- An overall site assessment to identify where repairs and upgrades are needed and estimate the remaining life of major equipment
- A search and review of public records, permits, and other documentation, if required
In short, a facility condition assessment is a holistic and highly specific process — one that demands a considerable breadth of expertise. It’s essential to work with a partner that has the resources to do it right.