The month of August brings the return of school for many of our family members, clients and business partners and is also the start of budget season for our community associations and property managers! Our most recent issue of the The Blue Print highlights the services we offer to community associations so they may keep us top of mind while budgeting for those capital improvement projects and features the renovation of a 1922 bungalow style home in Chicago. Click here to read!
Our July issue of The Blue Print is packed full of great information including recent testimonials from J. Hershey Building Consultant clients as well as an update on current projects from reserve studies to building evaluations! This issue also features progress on a maintenance garage we designed for an Association in northern Illinois and showcases all the Community Association Institute Chapters where John Hershey has been an invited speaker this year. Click here to read!
Please click the link below to read a wonderful testimonial J. Hershey Building Consultants received from Jordan Scahefer at Foster Premier, Inc.
John Hershey was in Punta Gorda, Florida this morning as a presenter for the monthly CAI South Gulf Coast Breakfast Seminar. With a packed room of over 50 attendees, John presented a course titled, “Reserve Studies, Save NOW or PAY Later”. Each attendee that is a Certified Property Manager received (1) CEU Credit for this course!
Did you know we offer four difference courses for Property Manager’s to receive CEU Credit and each course has been approved by the Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB)? Topics include roof evaluations, water infiltration, structural issues and reserve studies. If your Association or Property Management company is interested in having John come to your location for a presentation please contact us today at 844-543-7743 or email Jen at firstname.lastname@example.org! John regularly travels throughout the United States for these courses.
We are currently providing construction monitoring for the facade repair project at the Association shown below in northern Illinois. The Association consists of (25) single-story buildings containing (79) units. Ten buildings are being worked on in this current and final phase and the repair work includes masonry tuckpointing, masonry rebuilding and replacement and steel lintel replacement. Construction monitoring includes in progress site visits followed by written reports detailing our findings. Our team has worked on this project from the beginning including the initial evaluation, specifications for repairs and assistance with bidding.
Did you know that J. Hershey Building Consultants offers (4) different courses approved by the CAMICB for Property Manager CEU Credit? Our June issue of The Blue Print features those courses as well as John Hershey’s upcoming educational course in Punta Gorda, Florida on Reserve Studies and a recap of projects we have going on around the country! Looking for some last minute dessert ideas for your 4th of July party? This month’s issue covers that as well! Click here to read!
Last month we provided a retaining wall evaluation for the Association shown below just outside of Philadelphia. Our written report following the evaluation recommended that the walls have reached the end of their useful life and should be rebuilt. Now that we have made recommendations to our client on what the issues are and how to repair them, we will then assist with the preparation of bid documents as needed for bidding and permitting. We offer coordination and preparation of these documents for all site and building related issues.
Once the J. Hershey Building Consultants team makes recommendations to our client on what the issues are and how to repair them, we then assist the Association with the preparation of bid repair documents as needed for bidding and permitting. We offer coordination and preparation of these documents for all site and building related issues.
After bidding is complete and a contractor has been hired we perform construction monitoring on behalf of the Association to observe that work is being performed in accordance with the contract. Our site visits are followed up with easy to read written reports and color photographs so our clients know how the repair work is progressing.
The replacement of the roofing for the Association shown below will first begin with the removal of the air conditioning units. This Association consists of (1) 3-story building containing (24) units. Replacement of the roofing shall begin next week and is anticipated to last three weeks.
This past week our President, John Hershey, had the pleasure of attending the Community Associations Institute National Conference in Orlando, Florida. His week was full of networking events, time spent at our trade show booth and committee meetings. Click here to read more about John’s week in Orlando as well as recent J. Hershey Building Consultant projects in the May issue of The Blue Print!