Condominium / Homeowners Associations

Van Note-Harvey provides professional consulting services to Homeowners Associations and Condominium management firms backed by decades of experience with HOA documentation creation and consulting engineering; and years of diverse land development and environmental engineering experience designing residential communities, mixed-use infrastructure, and water and waste water systems, as well as Condition Assessments and Reserve Funding Studies.

Van Note-Harvey understands the evolving HOA regulations, as well as the growing concern for appropriate reserve funding. Aging common element infrastructure and changing financial institutional guidelines is bring greater focus to the physical and fiscal conditions of HOA Communities, and in-turn impacting mortgage approvals. Van Note-Harvey offers our wide range of professional and consulting services to assist your HOA in implementing the actions needed to assure future physical and financial stability in a timely and cost efficient manner.

Typical Condominium/HOA service include:

  • Reserve Studies including Site Inspection and Funding Analysis
  • Developer Transition Studies
  • Condition Assessments
  • Engineering Studies
  • Subsurface Utility Engineering Services
  • Design Services
  • Environmental Assessments
  • Plan/Document Scanning
  • Construction Documents and Specifications Preparation
  • Bidding and Negotiation Assistance
  • Contract/Construction Administration
  • Construction Monitoring
  • Water and Sewer System Operations

VNHA is a member of the Community Associations Institute.

Yardley Commons
FEATURED PROJECT
Yardley Commons

Location   Yardley, Pennsylvania

Client   Yardley Commons Condominium Association

Service(s) Provided
Reserve Study with multiple updates, Sewer System Replacement Engineering, Stormwater Management Master Plan, Erosion Control Restoration Engineering, Foundation Water Infiltration Remediation, Roofing Systems Remediation Engineering, Construction Administration


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