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Like many industries, the commercial real estate business tends to be cyclical—a building gets updated to keep up with trends and tenant preferences, and eventually needs upgrading again as those trends change and the building ages. Savvy developers understand this cycle and plan their investment strategies accordingly. Along with architect Cardarelli Design & Architecture, Pavarini Northeast Construction has had the good fortune to work with a team leading that sort of strategic long-term investment to enhance commercial properties across the Northeast. Ivy Realty was founded in 1996 to invest and manage...

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ADDED VALUE: Using Building Model Data for Facilities Management

By Xinan Jiang, ACT project coordinator, Structure Tone Your building project is done! Construction is complete, and all the 3D models have been coordinated, updated and filed away. So what happens to all of that valuable data? In most cases, nothing—until it’s time for a renovation or other construction project. But our Advanced Coordination Team (ACT)—who works with a project’s design team to create a true-to-scale, coordinated model and 100% buildable set of design documents before work even begins— has found a byproduct use for that data, one that can help...

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ULTIMATE PARTNER: Q&A On the Role of the Owner’s Rep with CBRE’s Scott Allen

The role of an “owner’s rep” in commercial real estate projects has evolved significantly in the last two decades. How has that affected the relationships among a project team—and why does that matter to clients? Philadelphia-based CBRE director of project management Scott Allen answers those questions and more in this industry Q&A. You started your career as a civil engineer. What drew you to shift to commercial real estate? I always had an interest in commercial real estate. It was during my coursework in earning my MBA that I decided to pursue...

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