Risk Exposure Assessment:
Insurance Carriers have become more sensitive to the increasing cost of
construction defect litigation and risk exposure. S.C. Wright Construction, Inc. has developed a “Risk Exposure Assessment Program” which will assist the claim professionals with the necessary forensic
investigation for their review of the risk exposure, damages and early case
Early assessment is the key for the claim professionals to establish the Risk Exposure and proper reserving.
Please contact our office should you wish to discuss this program further.
Condition Assessment Reports:
Many developers and real estate investors are purchasing pre-existing projects.
Whether the project is a completed development or a project that has been
abandoned during the course of construction, S.C. Wright Construction, Inc. can
assist in the evaluation of the project through our Condition Assessment
Commercial buildings, investment properties and other similar projects can be
evaluated using our Nationally recognized investigation and assessment report
The S.C. Wright Construction, Inc. assessment report will provide the prospective investors and property purchasers
with the necessary condition assessment information for proper evaluation of
the structural condition, potential life expectancy and future risks.
The basis for the S.C. Wright Construction, Inc. condition assessment is ASTM
E2018 “Standard for Property Condition Assessments.”
Our Condition Assessment report addresses the following:
• Building materials evaluation
• Life expectancy of systems components
• Proactive maintenance recommendations
• Property condition assessments
• Life safety evaluations
• Feasibility studies
• Disability guidelines
• Cost of repair
Should you be interested in an evaluation of a project that is abandoned
mid-construction, be it a Single Family Home development or a condominium
tower, our team can provide a professional assessment which will provide for a
real picture of the condition of the project.
Please click on link below for sample reports: