Burgess Construction Consultants INC.


As a stake-holder for a multi-family project, you know how critical it is to cross every “t” and dot every “i”. Failure to do so can be costly in terms of rework and latent defect litigation.  That is why BURGESS’ Third-Party Observation Process is a crucial part of your team. 

We begin at the Peer Plan Review stage and review architectural plans to confirm the plans are accurate, complete and clear.  The review can be a full-scope review or a more targeted review at components such as foundation reinforcement, waterproofing assemblies, sound attenuation, fire-rated assemblies and other assembly details.  Ultimately, before any construction actually takes place, we want your team to be confident every detail has been accounted for within the plans.

The next component is the Burgess Third-Party Observation Process where we provide quality assurance construction inspections to confirm the construction is going according to the plans, building code and specifications outlined by the manufacturers.  Again, these can be full-scope or more targeted to specific high exposure areas such as waterproofing, roofing assemblies, MEPs, etc.

Also available is energy rating and testing through Burgess Energy Services.  The Energy Team follows a four step process: 1) consult with clients on which energy program best meets their needs, 2) perform plan review analysis and energy modeling, 3) inspect and test through the blower-door and duct-blaster tests according to the Thermal Bypass Checklist and 4) create all necessary certification documentation for the client and homeowner.

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