When was the last time you really investigated the health of your chapter house or asked if the home was capable of supporting the experience you’ve envisioned for those living inside? Well, that’s what our assessment practice is designed to help you do. And we’re really good at it. In fact, over the past five years, we’ve walked, crawled, and climbed through over two million square feet of fraternity and sorority housing. In so doing, we’ve certainly learned a thing or two. And through the process, we’ve enabled our clients to make better informed decisions about their facility’s immediate and long term needs, some of which are more easily identified than others. So, what exactly is an assessment? In a nutshell, it’s a checkup, a scoreboard, and a roadmap. The checkup aspect assesses the overall health and safety of the home. The scoreboard helps document how you measure up against your vision and other nearby residential options. The roadmap includes a five year capital expenditure plan that outlines and prioritizes how we get to where we need to be in order for the facility to be a) competitive and b) support the student experience as you’ve defined it. Want to know more? Contact a member of our business development team or call one of our clients to discuss the value they’ve found in our industry best assessment practice.

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