RVE was retained by Lansdale Borough to provide Construction Management services for renovations to the Borough's 35,000-square foot Municipal Complex. The project involved the construction of the new municipal complex within the shell of the former Borough hall building. Demolition on portions of the building began on the 1930s-era post office that was converted in the mid-1980s to the Borough’s main office building, and the brick walls facing Broad Street at Vine Street were preserved as the outer shell of a combined Borough offices and police station. RVE’s role as Owner's Representative and Site Inspector included the representation of the Borough's interests to ensure the quality of both materials and workmanship on the project were in accordance with design specifications and drawings, recognized industry quality standards and applicable building codes, construction record keeping, verification and documentation of testing performed on site materials and systems, contract document and specification conformance and documentation conformance verification, keeping the Borough informed of construction issues and coordination with the Borough and the Architect, weekly reporting of construction progress, construction cost tracking and part-time site inspection services for the completion of all site amenities, as shown on approved land development plans. Additionally, RVE provided Building Plan Certifications and Building Inspections in conformance with 2009 International Building Codes. Periodic inspection services were provided to confirm the construction matched the certified building plans and all construction met or exceeded the ICC Standards.
The project involved the construction of the new municipal complex within the shell of the former Borough hall building.
RVE provided Building Plan Certifications and Building Inspections in conformance with 2009 International Building Codes.