Pavement Management Services – benefits residential and commercial associations.

Now is the perfect time to start planning! The Murow DC Team provides independent Pavement Management Services.  Your project/construction manager will provide objective analysis, street/asphalt plan, oversight of the project budget to ensure the quality of the finished project. By starting early in the pavement and resurfacing improvement planning process, a…
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The Importance of Having an Updated Cost Estimate

Construction projects are complex endeavors that require careful planning and coordination. One of the most critical aspects of a successful construction project is having accurate and updated cost estimates. Unfortunately, construction costs are subject to frequent changes, making it necessary to obtain updated cost estimates throughout the duration of the…
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Need To Know – LADWP Padmounts General Clearances

For any large electric service request (and typically for most commercial and large residential projects) Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (“LADWP”) requires a transformer to be placed inside private property.  Such transformer can be placed on either: a transformer pad or in a subterranean vault with each setting…
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Mitigation Banks

When used: Mitigation banks are used to offset unavoidable impacts to a natural resource due to a proposed activity or development i.e., flora, fauna, aquatic resources, etc. This ensures that ecological loss is compensated by the preservation and restoration of wetlands, natural habitats, streams, etc. in other areas so that…
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Benefits of Consultant Support for your Projects

Why spend money on a project manager for your paving project or any project for that matter? An independent project manager will provide objective analysis and oversight of the project budget as well as the quality of the finished project. As you begin your community street pavement and resurfacing improvement process,…
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Alternative Housing Trends: Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs)

What is an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU)? Exactly what the name implies; these are structures built on the same lot as separate, typically larger, single-family detached dwellings (SFDs). ADUs are fully self-sufficient dwellings with the same necessities found in SFDs, Condominiums, Apartments, etc. ADUs vary in size, but with zoning…
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Components of an Improvement Bond

When people typically think of an improvement bond they think it is solely in place for the purpose of getting the bonded scope of work completed to the satisfaction of whichever agency is the holder of the bond (also known as the “obligee”).  This is certainly true, but there are…
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