Experience that Counts
Owner, Mick Huber, has provided construction and financial consulting services on over three billion dollars in projects covering 27 states during the past 21 years. He has been directly involved with the policies and procedures from the inception of Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) Program on behalf of several State Agencies.
A compliance inspection is conducted to ensure that a building or project complies with all relevant building codes and zoning regulations. It can also be an inspection by the representative of a lender to ensure that all lending institution requirements have been met as a prerequisite to a loan or as a condition of funding advances on a construction or development loan.
A risk management inspection is the systematic process of understanding, evaluating, and addressing risks to maximize the chances of objectives being achieved.
An Applicant or Lender will engage a third-party construction consultant to review the Project Plans and Specifications to ensure that they meet the Design Quality Standards and any applicable additional requirements the Lender or applicant certified in the approved Application and/or Project may require.
- Document Reviews
- Drawings and Specifications
- Physical Needs Assessments
- Construction Budget
- Construction Cost Analysis
- Program Oversight
- Cost Management
- Schedule Review
- Quality Assurance & Compliance Control
- Productivity Assessment
- Risk Identification
- Probability Assessments
- Cost Escalation Analysis
- Decision Risk Analysis
Construction Banking Lenders | Mortgage Brokers | Investors Syndicators | State Agencies | Property Owners
Developers for Multi-Family Housing Developments
Healthcare Facilities | LIHTC Syndicators
Historical and Commercial Renovations
Single Family Developments