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Property Condition Assessment

In Accordance with ASTM Standards

What is a PCA?

In conducting a PCA, we perform a walk-through survey to identify the subject building and property's physical deficiencies. Whether you're a buyer, seller, lender, investor, or commercial property owner, our unbiased assessment of your commercial real estate property will equip you with a detailed report of the condition of the property's systems and materials and will forecast expenses for maintenance and repairs. 

  • The result of a PCA is a Property Condition Report (PCR). The PCR we provide our clients with outlines all that we identified during the walk-through survey, and it communicates any physical deficiencies including the presence of conspicuous defects and material deferred maintenance of a subject property's material systems, components, or equipment. The PCR also equips clients with Immediate Cost and Reserve Cost Tables, or opinions of costs for suggested remedies of the physical deficiencies identified which are all derived from research we conduct within ASTM Standards. 

Due Diligence Experts

It’s often necessary to perform services outside the scope of a PCA. In these instances, we partner with due-diligence experts specializing in services such as but not limited to Environmental Site Assessment (ESA), mechanical, and fire protection, 

Why Do You Need a PCA?

A PCA performed by Building Sciences allows you to move forward with confidence when assessing the value and investment potential of your commercial real estate property.

We follow the industry-accepted standard for performing PCAs.

​Industrial, Warehouse, Campus, Retail, Office Assessments:

  • Property Condition Assessment (PCA)

  • Capital Needs Assessment (CNA)

  • Fire and Life Safety Inspection

  • Accessibility Inspection- Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

  • Environmental Phase I Inspection (ESA)

  • Landscaping and Parking Lot

  • Roof Inspection

  • HVAC Inspection

  • Plumbing Inspection

  • Electrical Inspection

  • Mold

  • Radon

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