Two highly valuable commodities and the two things most at risk when building or renovating a property.
There are many moving components to a building project – stakeholders, design, construction, budgeting and government ordinance, to name a few. If any one of these components fails or doesn’t synchronize with the others, the entire project fails.
Waterford’s project management division acts as owner’s representatives when building, performing tenant finishes or renovating office space.
We help our clients mitigate the many risks associated with their projects. We do this through seamless coordination and accountability. Simply understanding the building process is not enough. Our unique problem-solving approach, experience, and trusted relationships with key partners are critical to successful projects.
Give Ned O’Connor a call to discuss your project and experience the Waterford Difference.
Ned is the founder of Waterford Property Company. With over 25 years of experience in the industry, Ned is widely recognized as a leader in project management and office sales and leasing, sharing his knowledge of the local market and innovative approach with clients and colleagues alike, including the application of Six Sigma Quality Initiative to the management of commercial properties. Ned’s experience and dedication to meeting client objectives has led to sales transactions in excess of $350 million.
The City of Riverside had recently acquired 700 acres for mixed use development but needed a comprehensive master plan that would provide the roadmap to a successful project kick-off and development.
Waterford believes any successful project development plan should start with data – a deep dive into stakeholder wants and needs. The Waterford project management team focused on citizen and business owner surveys with the data with feasibility studies to determine market viability.
This information was turned over to Waterford’s master design team – architects, engineers – for creation of three distinct draft land use plans that provided viable alternatives to the city for consideration.
The Land Use Master Plan was unanimously approved by stakeholders.
The process yielded an implementable master plan with a five-year capital budget that ultimately has allowed the City of Riverside to more effectively eliminate blight, create green space, develop roads and other infrastructure necessary to successfully recruit enterprise and residents.