For the life of your association ™
Financially and physically sound homeowner associations share the same strong foundation: an initial, easy-to-understand transition study and a reserve study with regular updates. Homeowner and community associations look for qualified, dedicated professionals to provide these services to their communities. Since 1994, homeowner associations across northern, central and Down East Maine have counted on Criterium-Brown/Rand Engineers for proactive insight into building performance to minimize maintenance and management costs.
Criterium-Brown/Rand Engineers do more than evaluate. We communicate. Our licensed, Professional Engineers identify issues, explain their potential impact, and recommend a clear course of action.
Reserve and transition studies are just the start of the long-term relationship Criterium-Brown/Rand Engineers can develop with community associations.
A Criterium-Brown/Rand Engineers reserve study is a clear road map you can read, understand, and rely on. Every Criterium-Brown/Rand Engineers homeowner association reserve study is rigorously conducted and reviewed by a licensed, Professional Engineer, and we put years of intensive training and practical experience behind each observation, valuation and recommendation. Many Criterium-Brown/Rand engineers have been awarded the Reserve Specialist (RS) designation by the Community Association Institute (CAI).
The successful handoff to a homeowner association from a developer starts with a thorough transition study you can trust. Criterium-Brown/Rand Engineers specializes in providing the information needed for successful transactions from the developer or builder to the owners.