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Client Spotlight: The Dinerstein Companies’ Aspire Post Oak Project

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….

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Criterium-Williams is Criterium’s Office of the Month

Dustin Williams, P.E., received the Criterium Engineers Office of the Month award for May, for his responsiveness, adaptability, professionalism and competence, all qualities of a strong leader. The Office of the Month award also includes a cash award. Dustin Williams exemplifies all of those qualities, especially in this COVID-19 environment where serving our clients and….

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Criterium Engineers Franchises Featured on the “All Things Franchising” Show

“All Things Franchising” Show – Guest: David Leopold, President of Criterium Engineers Leopold talks about the history of Criterium Engineers and explains the franchise process. https://www.blogtalkradio.com/toughtalkradionetwork/2020/06/02/all-things-franchising–criterium-engineers Host: Linda Ballesteros of All Things Franchising and also the owner of Mpower Franchise Consulting

Community Solar Farms for Condominiums

A New Dawn for Condominiums: Community Solar Farms There is some good solar power news for Maine’s condominium and HOA communities. We have spoken in past articles of the unfortunate political restraints on the development of renewable energy sources in Maine by the prior Governor Paul LePage administration. Things have changed with two new solar….

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HOA Webinar: Your Buildings & the Coronavirus for Managers & Board Members

Coronavirus Webinar for HOAs: Your Buildings & the Coronavirus Managing a building in the coronavirus world is a new challenge. Criterium Engineers, building experts who have evaluated over 750,000 buildings across the U.S. and Canada in more than 60 years in business, presents this coronavirus webinar (YouTube format) for HOA managers and board members to….

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History of Criterium Engineers’ Name

History of the “Criterium” part of our name… A company’s name can reveal a lot about the values and interests of a company or its owner, or—in this case—both. Criterium Engineers’ founder’s passion for biking is part of the history for the basis of our Criterium name. In the 1980s, H. Alan Mooney, P.E., an….

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Client Spotlight: Greenleaf Management & Summit Grove

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….

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Pests: Don’t Bug Out!

Perhaps the most dreaded sound in an HOA or condo complex, other than a fire alarm or screaming siren, is repeated unit owners calls reporting a pest infestation.  Pests can come in many types of creatures, both large and small, including bats, seagulls, geese, rodents, mold spores, and wasps. For this brief article our focus….

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HOA Reserve Study: How Are Engineers Different from Other Firms?

The time has come for your homeowners’ association (HOA) to complete a reserve study. Where do you begin? An online search presents a wide range of companies that perform reserve studies for homeowner associations. Why should an HOA in need of a reserve study hire an engineer versus a reserve specialist, accountant, or other type….

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