In general, an Architectural Due Diligence Evaluation is done for a prospective buyer who is considering the purchase of a property with a structure(s). It will identify items, issues and conditions that may be considered when negotiating the purchase of the property(s).

An Architectural Due Diligence Evaluation is an in depth review, which includes civil engineer (if required), ADA compliance for the site and building(s) interior, roof membrane, plumbing, mechanical, electrical, structural (if required), and fire protection engineering (if required). Each discipline will submit a written report of their review.

In general, the evaluation will include the following:

  • The Site
  • The Exterior Building(s) Walls
  • The Roof
  • The Interior of the Building(s)