Paul Nasato is a Project Manager for Cion|Coulter. Paul attained his Bachelor of Architectural Science from Ryerson University and has been practising in the Building Science Engineering field for over 8 years. With a focus on multi-unit residential and commercial buildings, his areas of specialty include building envelope deterioration and water penetration assessments in addition to having extensive experience managing reserve fund studies and performance audits. He has been involved in project design and management of building rehabilitation / restoration projects for parking garages, balconies and building cladding, with a specific emphasis on cost-effective design, quality assurance and cost control.
$how Me the Money Seminar providing details on Condominium Reserve Funds/Studies, Investments and Capital Projects: Financing and Legal Perspectives ... More
Are there any differences between reserve fund studies for older condos versus new ones? Kevin Shaw discusses the differences to the studies ... More
Cion|Coulter was retained by the Board of Directors to prepare the Corporation’s first year Performance Audit and Class 1 Comprehensive Reserve Fund Study. The site consists of 66 3 storey residential townhouse units ... More
Cion|Coulter was retained by NORR Ltd. to provide building envelope consulting at 6 sites for Defence Construction Canada. The studies and design services covered a wide range of building envelope issues at each of the sites including: ... More
The firm was retained by the Corporation to prepare contract documents, tendering of the project to pre-qualified contractors and to provide contract administration services. The three storey townhouses have sloped roofs clad in asphalt shingles. The units also have shingle clad mansard roofs. ... More
Cion|Coulter was retained by the Board of Directors at BCC #21 to perform engineering services related to the investigation/design, preparation of project specifications and drawings, and contract administration for this project. Scope of work included replacement of existing aluminum framed units equipped with a combination of multi-lite (operable) windows and insulated (fixed) windows. ... More
Evan Shkolnik discusses the challenges Large Shopping Centres face with managing their drawings and the implementation of ProjectWeb FM. The article published in the Canadian Property Management March edition, features a case study of Oxford Properties' Yordale Shopping Centre. ... More