Terrazia is currently offering a limited number of Project Evaluation Calls for property Owners who plan to develop or renovate commercial or industrial projects within the next 18 months. On this call with Steve Sunderman you will discover:
- If your project scope, timeline and budget are in reasonable alignment.
- The next steps to take for a successful project.
- The importance of Steve’s 90/10 Project Success Rule and why you will pay for a high-performance project whether or not you build it.
The #1 cause of budget over runs is rushing to the design phase before completing research and analysis.
This is like a doctor rushing a patient to surgery before a proper diagnosis. An out of control project is stressful, massively expensive and unnecessary.
The solution is successful planning. This is why we created the Project Planning Pack and conduct our ROI Booster Program.
Email email@example.com to receive a free copy via email.
In this FREE instructional video you’ll discover how to:
- Expedite design process by clearly defining project size and quality to establish scope of work
- Minimize your risk exposure by investigating relevant project and site development constraints
- Save money and time by reconciling project budget and schedule with project scope of work
Resilience: The ability to resist, absorb, recover from or successfully adapt to adversity or a change in conditions (Department of Homeland Security).
Sustainable Development: Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs (World Commission on Environment).
High-Performance Buildings: A building that integrates and optimizes on a lifecycle basis all major high performance attributes, including energy [and water] conservation, environment, safety, security, durability, accessibility, cost-benefit, productivity, sustainability, functionality, and operational considerations (Energy Independence and Security Act 2007 401 PL 110-140).
Terrazia: Company name Steve created by combining the Latin word “Terra”, meaning earth, and the Native American sun symbol “Zia”, meaning a balanced life and happiness. The Terrazia logo includes images of the earth centered in the zia sun symbol over a “yin/yang” graphic of the four ancient elements, earth, wind, fire & water.