A client wants us to evaluate the condition of an aparment complex and certify the current condition, estimated life and cost to renovate the structural, mechanical and electrical components. The purpose of the evaluation is to submit an application to the State authority to convert the apartment complex to a condominium. We know that most of the architects and engineers won't tackle this because of the liability involved due to the tendancy of condumium boards to sue at the drop of a hat.
Our question is how much should we charge for this service.
Thank you all in advance for sharing your experience in this special area of engineering.
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