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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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COVID-19 in Building Science for Building Owners

With COVID-19, how do building owners operate buildings more effectively in order to inhibit any virus or airborne contaminants? Our Building Science expert and chief engineer, Rebecca Rand Costigan, P.E., LEED-AP, CEM., shares what we’ve learned, along with guidance from national and international HVAC organizations Click the image below to download our full presentation (PDF….

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Client Spotlight: Atlantic FCU & 600 Sable Oaks

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….

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Austin Landing: Our Largest-ever Cost Segregation Study

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….

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Keep Absent Owners Part of the Community

Welcome Home! Maine is often called Vacationland due to the population explosion in the summer months. This traditional influx of people not only affects coastal tourist towns and inland lake villages but also condo communities. Whether your condo is self- or professionally managed, establishing policies and planning for returning snowbirds is critical to the successful….

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Client Spotlight: Criterium Engineers Partners in City’s Biggest Development Since the “Great Fire of 1866”

Across the country, Criterium Engineers’ national network of 35 offices partners with visionaries who are transforming landscapes and bringing new life to downtown buildings. These projects are located far from our corporate headquarters in Maine, however we are part of an exciting development is happening right in our own backyard with Portland Foreside. The development….

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