What is a Site Assessment?

A Site Assessment is a 'detailed inventory and analysis' of the exterior site elements of a property.  Much the same as a 'Building or Facilities Audit/Assessment' concentrates on the structure itself, the Site Assessment covers everything from the structures to the surrounding property lines.

Why?  Most developers and property management companies overlook the exterior elements-they are more concerned with the building structure proper.  The site/exterior is the first impression to a potential renter or the general public patronizing that property and there are many things which can positively or negatively affect that persons experience.  In addition, their experience can have a similar positive or negative affect to you as the owner or manager.

What we evaluate:

  • Safety
  • Aesthetics
  • Functionality
  • Vehicular Circulation
  • Pedestrian Circulation
  • Pavement Markings
  • Signage
  • Landscaping
  • Hardscapes (pavement, walks, retaining walls, etc)
  • Basins
  • Irrigation
  • Lighting
  • Snow Removal Area (if applicable)
  • Maintenance
  • Building Condition/Aesthetics (exterior)
  • Accessory Structures
  • ADA
  • Utilities (surface)
  • Drainage

The Result

A bound, comprehensive report is compiled, analyzing the above elements with conditions and recommendations utilizing photos, maps, graphics, and written responses. A Site Assessment is a valuable tool to be used for prioritizing and budgeting for maintenance and site improvements, identifying problematic and safety issues and documenting the overall condition of exterior site elements.  It puts a fresh eye on something that is seen or (not seen) on a regular basis. 

Dead Plant Material

Safety Concerns


Vehicular vs Pedestrian Safety

Site Assessments