As a homeowner, Cornerstone Managing Partners wants to ensure you are informed and understand the full scope of work taking place for Your Project. This page would be customized with construction areas, frequently asked questions, floors plans, resident impacts and more.
What to Expect
Our Communication, Notices, and Pre and Post Construction Requirements
Construction in Your Suite
Click Each Area of Construction for More Details – This is a Sample of Construction Areas
This is a sample of a construction area including in your project.
The kitchen cast iron pipe in the tower suites will be removed and replaced with new domestic cast iron pipes. Currently the kitchen cast iron pipe is impacted greater than 50%. The specifications for pipe replacement were set by your Engineering specialist. The pipes will be checked and adjusted for proper slope at off sets, yoke vents and clean outs will be installed as required and system will be water tested.
The image displays the current status of the cast iron pipe in your building.
Each suite has a HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) unit that will be serviced as part of the reconstruction project. New isolation valves will be removed and replaced as required during this time. A secondary condensate drain will be also be installed to mitigate overflows.
Apart of the reconstruction project, our team will be repainting the white on your balcony. Our team will communicate to you about the requirements to relocate your furniture while we are in your suite for us to complete this work.
A Sample of the Teams Working onsite for Your Project
Frequently Asked Questions
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Our team will construct a list of potential resident impacts from in-suite construction, to common areas to ensure residents are well informed about the construction process. We also include a full page of resident impacts broken down by the project phases.
Sample Resident Impacts while our Team is Working inside a Resident’s Suite:
- Water restrictions to your kitchen sink, and dishwasher while in your suite and suites directly below you from 8:00am — 5:00pm
- HVAC shut off while in your suite, and suites above and below you from hours to 8:00am — 5:00pm
- Noise impact
Sample Resident Impacts while Your Project is in Progress:
- Freight elevator will be locked from 7:00am — 6:00pm daily
- Second elevator usage in the morning and afternoons from 7am — 9am, 3pm — 6pm
- Garage delays for Material Deliveries
To view all resident impacts for the entire project, click here.
Our team will maintain a list of holidays arranged by both the city’s requirements and the Board’s direction, where no construction will occur on those days. Below is a sample of some typical holidays:
November 11th, 2019 — Veterans Day
November 28th-29th — Thanksgiving
December 24th-25th — Christmas Eve & Day
December 31st, 2019 — New Year’s Eve
January 1st, 2020 — New Year’s Day
If residents are unable to relocate furniture, or would prefer to hire a company to complete the relocations we work with management to secure options for residents.
Option One – Company’s Name & Bid Sheet
Option Two – Company’s Name & Bid Sheet
In most cases, our projects are built to allow residents to stay in their suite during construction. However, management is often able to work with local hotels and provide discounts to residents who would prefer to stay offsite when construction is active in their suite.
Option One – Hotel Name & Contact Information
Option Two – Hotel Name & Contact Information
Our team will also put together a more detailed FAQ based on questions we receive from residents.
Please feel free to contact our Team at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at (619) 507-9466. If we have an office onsite, we will also include our office hours here for residents to stop by and meet with our team.