After a prolonged legal dispute, the homeowners association and developer of these 40 buildings on the hillside of Cougar Mountain retained Amento Group for a resolution. Continue reading
Soon after this 26-story Belltown high-rise condo building and its 240 units were built, water intrusion problems were discovered. Amento Group’s role as construction manager included developing new flashings and waterproof membranes on 252 decks, overseeing removal and replacement of all 264 sliding glass doors and 1,594 windows, and re-sloping. These were followed by extensive interior repairs related to window and door removal.
Originally constructed in 1913, this historic building was converted into condominiums in 1999. Amento Group served as the construction manager for masonry renovation and the replacement of window units
After structural damage was discovered due to water intrusion, Oki Golf retained Amento Group to design and manage the extensive exterior renovation of their 31,000-square-foot clubhouse and full-service facility at
These 59 townhouse-style condominiums in Redmond are housed within 19 wood-framed buildings. Due to water intrusion issues, all of the building enclosure components required replacement, presenting the Continue reading
The residential association (RA) retained Amento Group in 2009 to conduct a condition assessment as part of the implied warranty investigation process. The scope of assessment was expanded when the Developer, RA, Continue reading
As properties age, original materials often reach (or exceed) their expected life spans and require replacement to maintain the health of the complex. This concrete and steel building built in 1982 required just that. Continue reading