Multifamily Construction Inspections

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Multifamily Construction Inspections 2017-08-28T19:05:25+00:00

Multifamily Construction Inspections

Interstate Profession Group, Inc. is a prime contractor and HUD representative that conducts multifamily construction inspections as well as other construction inspection related tasks. Since 1996 IPG State has been working with HUD and other government agencies to inspect multifamily projects to evaluate compliance and performance.

Our MFCI services include, but not limited to, performing periodic (bi-monthly) property inspections of multifamily projects throughout the entire construction process and/or rehabilitation phase and during warranty periods. Assisting other parties (owner, sponsor, builder, supervisor architect, Mortgage Company, etc.) in utilizing HUD forms and procedures relative to the construction contract administration phase of Multifamily project development.

HUD provides funding for or insures financing of the construction of new multifamily projects or the repair or rehabilitation of existing multifamily projects. HUD is required to perform periodic property inspections of these projects throughout the entire construction and/or rehabilitation phase and during the warranty periods. Also, HUD is required to assist other parties (owner, sponsor, builder, supervisor architect, mortgage companies, etc.) in utilizing HUD forms and procedures relative to the construction phase of project development.

Multifamily inspections performed by IPG State are made to evaluate the builder’s and supervisory architect’s performance, to obtain construction in accordance with the construction contract documents, and to report on conformance with prevailing wages (when applicable) and other construction contract requirements. For HUD construction inspection tasks, IPG serves as HUD’s representative for HUD forms, procedures, and other related tasks. IPG provides HUD with the field/site data necessary to make informed decisions regarding the construction phase of the HUD multifamily mortgage insurance underwriting and capital advance programs. IPG is responsible for ensuring that the contract manager and inspectors are thoroughly familiar with all HUD programs and procedures as they apply to the duties of the HUD representative and that they remain abreast of all changes to applicable handbooks, publications, and forms.

The IPG State leadership team has over 60 years of experience working with Federal Agencies and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development or HUD. As a successful contractor, we operate in over 75% of the U.S with 90% of our experience coming from HUD related projects.