This statewide project was successfully completed under a very tight schedule, especially considering as the project was winding down to completion, additional buildings were added to the audit and were able to be completed within the initial allotted schedule.
Auditing parks and historic sites statewide required coordination with the manager of each site for access to each facility. This audit included headquarter buildings, maintenance facilities, park shelters, restrooms, boat docks, bridges, roads, trails, and parking lots. A total of 651 Buildings, 392,895 SF. The team identified deficiencies, ADA accessibility, life/safety concerns, security, environmental and energy issues; suggested corrective actions; prioritized deficiencies; determined a timeline to schedule repairs; and estimated costs that could be adjusted for inflation.
State Parks and Historic Sites used the data from our audit to dramatically increase their budget for repairs and maintenance.