Hello to all,
Interior Unit Repairs – Frank is working with Coastal going through a unit by unit inspection and identifying punch list items to complete. Chris (Coastal Construction) is now using his local crews to complete this work in order to improve overall quality control and workmanship. We hope to complete this process in the next several days, although we expect a slight delay during the Thanksgiving holiday.
West end Condenser Area Project is complete.
HVAC Project – We met with Island Air Wednesday morning to sign the contract for the HVAC repair/replacement work. Island Air was selected for the project after a review of four proposals that were submitted for consideration. Island Air has already provided me with a daily work plan that will cover the next 4 to 5 weeks, and have committed to routinely update me at the end of the day so I can communicate with the affected owners. Because we are installing the new 4′ high stands in the East condenser area at the recommendation of our mechanical engineer, there will be periods of AC service interruption involving the condensers on each stack. In the East condenser area interruptions will occur as they disconnect and install the new stands and put them back in place. We have also been given assurance that when a condenser replacement also requires an air handler replacement in a unit, both will be done at the same time.
Roof Project – A contract has been sent to Brazos Urethane for their review and approval that covers the two projects that they will execute. This is the company that did our roof project last year, and who the 20-year warranty is with. As far as the timing for this project, we expect that this won’t start until the HVAC work on the roofs is done.
Otis Elevator Repair – Elevator #1 remains out of service. We have been scheduled for 12/07/20 for this repair, but could possibly de done the week before depending on how they progress with the other repair jobs up and down the coast. We have been pushing hard to get this repair completed as soon as possible.
Remaining Project Work – This will cover things like fence replacement, pool fence repainting, P2 ceiling re-coating, etc. Coastal again is developing a scope and estimate for these projects in consultation with our disaster assessment insurance adjuster.
We have been through the worst part, and I now see light at the end of the tunnel. We have a lot to be Thankful for. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your families.
Patsy and Dale Kline