SECTION I: Projects Community Associations undertake; Transition Studies, Reserve Studies and Reserve Study, Updates and Capital Improvements Projects.
SECTION II: Engineering services and professional resources available to help CA Managers better meet their Association’s goals.
SECTION III: An in-depth evaluation of the benefits an Association receives from incorporating engineering services.
A comprehensive range of challenges facing CAMs will be explored, including such diverse topics as paving projects and stormwater detention/retention basin issues.
SECTION I: Importance of reserve funding for “hidden” common elements. Identification of the service life of utilities and proper reserve funding techniques.
SECTION II: Explanation of jurisdictional responsibilities and how to know who is responsible for what “hidden” common elements.
SECTION III: Evaluating and maintaining “hidden” common elements and how to assess their conditions in a community. An overview of repair and replacement options.
SECTION IV: Case study examples, which explain real-life situations where some communities did not properly fund for their “hidden” common elements.