Find Us at the Maine Condo Expo – September 21

Maine Condo Expo and ForumAs one of our valued homeowner association clients here in Maine, we want to let you know that the annual Maine Condo Expo and Forum is taking place on Saturday, September 21 from 8:00 – 2:30 pm.

The New England Chapter of the Community Associations Institute is presenting the event, one of several state-based events happening across New England. Criterium Engineers is one of the Portland event’s tabletop sponsors and we hope that we see you there.

Our own Jack Carr, P.E., senior vice president of engineering, is one of the featured speakers. Cole Smith, our vice president of business development, will also be on hand at our exhibit, to answer your questions about our homeowner association services such as reserve studies, transition studies, construction monitoring and other services.

The Maine Condo Expo and Forum  is for condominium board members and professional managers based in Maine. Please forward this message to others on your board or to a community manager who may be interested in attending. Registration is online.

Expo topics include:

  • Legal panel Q&A
    Condominium attorneys will address issues ranging from reasonable accommodations and rules
    enforcement to owner/resident challenges and board authority. Find out what gets boards in legal
    trouble and how you can avoid it.
  • Identify, Prioritize & Fund Association Projects
    Discover how to prioritize and fund capital improvement projects. Review strategies to address
    deferred maintenance and understand the legal risks in avoiding necessary maintenance.
  • Roundtable Discussions with Industry Professionals – A Program for Board Members
    Professionals will answer questions and address issues specific to Maine communities and their
    boards in this popular roundtable format.
  • Managers’ Forum – A Program for Association Managers
    This facilitated exchange of best practices will foster new ideas and creative approaches to the
    everyday challenges confronting managers.