Park Enterprise Construction is celebrating 30 years in business. Since 1989, founder Eric Park and his team have been serving the area with highly skilled workers and a commitment to safety.
In the commercial real estate business, money is a huge factor in moving projects from planning stages to finalization. Whether it is for land acquisition and site development, subdivision construction, or underground utility installation -- developers need to access a significant pool of money to successfully move the project through its various phases.
Once a project is completed there will be cash available, but the problem lies in amassing the funding to purchase the commercial real estate; buy, maintain or rent construction equipment; and line up the necessary contractors and subcontractors.
That is where the concept of commercial construction loans comes into play.
Parts of Ohio can experience intense downpours which inflict great damage to residential subdivisions and commercial properties.
The property manager’s job is to prevent this from happening as much as possible so residents and tenants can continue to enjoy the property, without creating a solution that detracts from the property’s appearance.
Fortunately, there are many effective and eco-friendly options for attractive stormwater management.
Commercial property builds differ from residential property builds due to matters of scale, zoning, and complexity.
Knowing what to expect in every phase of the commercial development process will help you manage your expectations and hold vendors accountable.
This month we are highlighting the Killdeer Plains Wildlife Area. This project consisted of designing and constructing exempt dams to create a wetland in the basin of the former Killdeer Upground Reservoir.
From a very basic standpoint, storm sewers capture and redirect rainwater, snow and other drainage. Sanitary sewers, conversely, transport sewage and water from sinks, showers and other appliances to treatment plants.
But, when many people hear the word “sewer,” they immediately think that they’re one in the same. That’s hardly the case, and this couldn’t be more evident when you consider the key functions and differences between storm and sanitary sewers.
Here’s a closer look at the similarities, differences and other considerations pertaining to sanitary sewers and storm sewers.
If you’re looking into repairing the asphalt parking lot on your commercial property, you probably have a lot of questions before getting started.
We’ve put together this guide of the questions we commonly hear from property owners who are looking into having their asphalt lot repaired, as an easy way to find all of the answers you’re looking for before the ball gets rolling on your new lot.
Unlike the movies, commercial space demolition isn't all flash and bang, with big explosions and catastrophic circumstances. Generally speaking, commercial space demolition is controlled and careful.
Even though it might be fun to picture demolition as it’s seen in old cartoons, that isn’t how the steps to demolition traditionally play out.
Neighborhoods and subdivisions might sound like the same thing, but there are important differences to note.
Learn what the difference is between neighborhoods and subdivisions, and why it matters.
Construction, repairs and regular maintenance to buildings and community amenities on your rental property isn't just necessary for making improvements, but for ensuring tenant safety and comfort.
But it goes without saying that any construction that occurs on or around your property can be an inconvenience for your current tenants -- especially if you’re leasing business properties.