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Which Type of CRE Building Inspection Do You Need?


Commercial Building Inspection (CBI) or Property Condition Assessment (PCA) Large corporations, real estate investment trusts, and individual investors purchase commercial real estate (CRE). As part of the pre-purchase due diligence process—often required by lenders—Criterium Engineers offers two key types of commercial building pre-purchase inspections to guide our clients through that process. Not only are these….


Client Spotlight: The Dinerstein Companies’ Aspire Post Oak Project

Aspire Post Oak - The Dinerstein Companies

Criterium Engineers is delighted to be part of a futuristic, LEED-certified, high-rise construction development in Houston’s iconic Uptown District called Aspire Post Oak. The project is being built by The Dinerstein Companies (TDC), one of the nation’s largest developers of multi-family and student housing communities. TDC engaged with Criterium to provide Building Envelope/Waterproofing, Third Party….


Client Spotlight: Greenleaf Management & Summit Grove

Summit Grove Office Park - Greenleaf Management

Congratulations to our clients at Greenleaf Management on their recent plans to purchase Summit Grove Office Park in Conyers, GA. The office park includes five buildings ranging in size from 1,000 to 40,000 square feet. Greenleaf Management operates throughout the southern region of the U.S. Criterium Engineers performed a Property Condition Assessment (also known as….


Client Spotlight: Atlantic FCU & 600 Sable Oaks

Atlantic FCU

Congratulations to our client, Atlantic Federal Credit Union (FCU), on their recent purchase of a 100,000 square foot building located at 600 Sable Oaks Drive in South Portland, Maine. This will be their new company headquarters, which they plan to move into later this year. More than 80,000 square feet of the building is occupied….


Austin Landing: Our Largest-ever Cost Segregation Study

Our Client: Austin Landing in Miamisburg, OH

Criterium Engineers recently completed our largest-ever cost segregation study at Austin Landing, an 800,000+ square foot, 60-acre, mixed-use complex located in the Cincinnati-Dayton, Ohio corridor. Austin Landing is the “go to” hub for entertainment, shopping and eating in Miamisburg, Ohio. It also offers hotel lodging, apartments, a grocery store, and offices. A cost segregation study….


Congratulations to Our Client: The New School, a New York City University

The New School

The New School is a world renowned, progressive university, founded in 1919, with its main campus in New York City. They house a design school, liberal arts college, performing arts college, and graduate programs. Students collaborate across disciplines and learn new ways of creative problem solving to effect positive change in the world. Officials at….


Featured Project: Children’s Museum of Maine

childrens museum

Congratulations to our client, Cyrus Hagge of Project Management, Inc., on the recent sale of the Children’s Museum of Maine, a landmark building at 142 Free Street in Portland, Maine. The museum building was sold to the Portland Museum of Art, located next door. This MaineBiz article features details about the sale. Criterium Engineers performed….


Congratulations to Our Client: Australia-based Orora Group

Orora Group

Congratulations to our client the Orora Group, based in Australia, on their recent lease of warehouse #200 at 1905 110th Street in Grand Prairie, Texas. Criterium Engineers performed a Pre-Lease Property Condition Assessment on the 102,000 square foot warehouse building. Orora Group works closely with its customers to provide an extensive range of tailored packaging solutions….