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Is Your Condo Breathing? Why Building Ventilation is Critical

If your condo board is planning for a re-roofing project, remind the board the project will not be a success without an in-depth consideration being given to the condition of the building ventilation under the roof. Inadequate attic venting will cause ice dams; energy loss; and moisture damage to the roof structure. Too often roof….

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Winter Is Coming—Are You Ready? 10 Tips to Help You Prepare

Can you believe winter officially begins in just over three weeks?! This season plagues even the sturdiest among us—as with winter comes the inevitable storms of the season. Here are preventive tips to help you prepare for and deal with winter storms: Insulate the attic to keep roof surface cold and help avoid ice dams…..

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Cam Grant Achieves Reserve Specialist Credential

V. Campbell “Cam” Grant, P.E, at Criterium Engineers is a familiar face for many of our clients, especially those who represent Homeowner Associations. We’re pleased to announce that Cam recently achieved the Community Association Institute’s (CAI) Reserve Specialist (RS®) designation. The CAI website notes that this designation is awarded to qualified reserve specialists who, through….

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Featured Project: Children’s Museum of Maine

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….

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Abdul Mayar Joins Criterium Engineers

Abdul Mayar recently joined the team at Criterium Engineers. Abdul is a Junior Engineer based at Criterium’s corporate office in Freeport, Maine. He previously worked for the U.S. Army as a quality control manager for five years in his home country of Afghanistan. Prior to that, he worked for the U.S. Agency for International Development,….

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Black or White? Weighing New Roofing Decisions

Some board members may think deciding about a new roof surface is over their heads (forgive the pun). Condominium board members and property managers of urban mid and high-rise buildings often face flat roof maintenance issues and now a new wrinkle in the roofing decision process has arisen: black or white. In the recent past….

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Congratulations to Our Client: Australia-based 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….

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Find Us at the Multifamily Executive Conference (Booth #415) October 2-4

The Criterium Engineers Construction Engineering Services team is on the road again! We’ll be at the upcoming Multifamily Executive conference in exhibit booth #415 from October 2-4 at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas. This event is for multifamily industry (apartments/condos) property executives, developers, architects, builders, and other real estate executives. The conference touts a….

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