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Milestone Inspection

BillerReinhart  performs milestone inspections in accordance with Florida Statutes, Chapters 553 and 718, for condominium and cooperative associations.

As part of the Phase 1 Milestone Inspection, we perform an on-site visual evaluation of the major structural components of your building(s), including load-bearing walls, primary structural members, and the primary structural systems as defined in Florida Statute 627.706. Based on our evaluation, we provide a report of the structural conditions observed and identify any necessary maintenance, repair, or replacement of structural components.

BillerReinhart also performs Phase 2 Milestone Inspections, which is only required if “Substantial Structural Deterioration” is identified in Phase 1. Phase 2 inspections involve destructive and/or nondestructive testing to confirm that the building is structurally sound and safe for occupancy.

We understand the obligations and challenges condominium and cooperative associations are facing here in the state with this new legislation. BillerReinhart is here to provide the required services and to meet the needs of our clients.


Threshold Inspection

BillerReinhart performs threshold inspection services during the construction of buildings or parking garages classified as “threshold buildings” as per Florida Statutes Chapter 553.71. Threshold buildings are those that are more than three stories or 50 feet in height, or which have an assembly occupancy classification exceeding 5000 square feet in area and an occupant content of greater than 500 persons. Threshold inspection involves project site inspections during construction to ensure conformance to the project drawings, specifications, and the threshold inspection plan issued by the Structural Engineer of Record.

Our Team includes several professional engineers licensed as Special Inspectors. Structural engineers must be licensed Special Inspectors (per Florida Statutes Chapter 553.79) in the state of Florida to be qualified to perform threshold inspections services.

Clients for such projects include architects, engineers, building owners, developers, and local government agencies (school boards, the State University System, local aviation authorities, cities, and counties).