Trestle Introduces The Project Office
Trestle Community Management is excited to introduce The Project Office, designed to streamline and effectively execute insured and uninsured losses, reserve projects and large-scale exterior remediation efforts for Trestle Clients. The Project Office free’s up the Association’s assigned Community Manager during complex projects to continue advancing and executing the Association’s planned operational and Board advisory efforts.
Through this highly experienced and specialized Team, Trestle Clients receive fully engaged, dedicated project oversight while continuing to work with their Community Association Manager on the day-to-day operational aspects of their community. The Project Office serves all of Trestle’s Practices and through the joint effort with each Association’s Community Association Manager, ensures complex projects stay on track and proactive communication is provided to community members.
The Project Office’s Scope of Work
With years of experience successfully managing projects and advising Associations, Trestle’s Project Office specializes in the following project types:
- Unexpected loss coordination and supervision, including insurance claim management,
- Mitigation organization and oversight,
- Water loss remediation management,
- Reserve project planning and communication,
- Large-scale exterior remediation project planning, coordination, and implementation, and
- Guidance with complex funding needs, including loan assistance and special assessments.
Handling large-scale projects is a complex and challenging task for community Associations. Proper planning and coordination are crucial when it comes to executing complex reserve projects, such as painting a community’s buildings, roofing replacements, and other infrastructure upgrades. Our Project Office Team works closely with Boards and the assigned Community Manager to prioritize projects and coordinate the proposal process, making sure reserve projects are completed to plan.
What are Trestle’s Management Practices?
In order to best meet the needs of its Client Associations, Trestle has created specialized Practice Areas. Each Practice is dedicated to a specific Client-type. Through this model, Clients receive a high level of service provided by a devoted and specialized Team of experts.
Trestle has six dedicated Practice Areas:
- Mid-Rise, High-Rise and Estate Communities,
- Single-Family Home Communities,
- Large-Scale Communities,
- Active-Adult Communities, and
- Home Developers.
Clients have access to Trestle’s comprehensive My-Community Web Portal, and work with an experienced Community Association Manager within a Practice tailored to their community. Board Members enjoy the support of a knowledgeable Manager who provides guidance, manages the Association’s financial obligations, coordinates, and prepares meetings, conducts site reviews and compliance enforcement, addresses architectural requests and more. This option allows a Board to be involved in their community while working with a trusted partner to oversee the timely execution of the Association’s obligations.
Connecting with Trestle
Trestle regularly connects on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter, and can be contacted through its website or at (425) 454-6404.