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Engineering Advisor

Water Intrusion | Volume 25, Number 1

“Water, water everywhere” is not what you want to be thinking as you’re staring through the windows of the restaurant, drug store and appliance shop that are tenants in the building you own. 

Cost Segregation Studies

Depreciation enters significantly into the financial performance of commercial buildings. Typically, property, exclusive of land, is depreciated over 39 years.

Don’t forget the roof!

Building owners and managers: add roof to your snow removal checklist.

Several areas of the US are currently experiencing heavy and frequent snowfalls.

Multifamily Radon Testing and Mitigation Requirements

What does it mean to building owners, investors, and property managers?

US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

Engineering Advisor Bulletin

National Engineers Week, founded by the National Society of Professional Engineers in 1951, is dedicated to ensuring a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce by increasing understan

Snow on the Roof

The Basics

What this means for building owners is that snow is a concern in most areas, yet unpredictable from year to year.

Recovering from Hurricane Sandy; It's More than Just Cleaning Up

In the wake of the damage and flooding of Hurricane Sandy, Criterium Engineers encourages residents, homeowners, condo/apartment owners, and commercial property owners to have a th

Building Envelope Commissioning

Building Commissioning is defined as “a quality-oriented process for achieving, verifying, and documenting that the performance of facilities, systems, and assemblies meets defined objectives a

Energy Performance Ratings

Buildings consume 40% of our total energy requirement (heating, cooling, lighting). 

The idea of rating building energy performance has been around for many years.