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WHAT: Best-practice DRs and other reports. HOW: Constructive CRC respects legislative and professional guidelines. WHY: Constructive CRC is passionate, experienced, and unbiased. RESULTS: We empower stakeholders to align developments’ needs and owners’ means

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We Hold Our Services to the Highest Standards

Our thorough, detailed, effective and time-sensitive services are based on full disclosure and compliance with Government Regulations, to protect you and your assets. We adhere to best-practise Code of Ethics, Methodologies and Guidelines to ensure that our reports stand the test-of-time:


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Our work engages with and is respectful of these trusted home owner’s advocacy groups, Property Manager Associations, Condo | Strata Related professional organizations and law institute:



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Jean-François Proulx, M.Sc., CRP, RI

Director | Board Member | Certified Reserve-Fund Planner| Faculty

Few professionals have worked as a trade, contractor and consultant to construction, engineering and appraisal firms – fostering and righting reserve fund planning | depreciation report divisions along the way.

J.-F. was preparing asset performance reviews and plans for his clients as a contractor in Montréal, Ottawa, and Vancouver years ago. He has degrees in geography and economics and is a member of CHOA, CCI, BCBEC etc. and completes BCIT courses. His condo | strata residential construction, renewal | remediation work, project management, and professional report writing have made him passionate about reserve fund planning and reporting.

As a contractor and engineering firm consultant he has conducted projects, detailed inspections, field-reviews, warranty reviews, visual assessments, and effective depreciation reports of bareland, leasehold, townhome, low-rise, apartment and high-rise developments. He has experienced major repairs and replacement projects as a strata council President and Treasurer for many years.

He was a keynote speaker on depreciation reports at PAMA/CHOA’s Buildex Vancouver seminar, and is published in CHOA’s Journal, CCI BC’s Condo News, REIC’s The Exchange, Québec’s CondoLiaison, with his writings are on many websites across Canada. J.-F. is a Professional Member of the Real-Estate Institute of BC (RI) and is active in REIC National’s CRP Task Force. He is REIC Faculty teaching reserve fund planning and reporting across Canada. He is Vice-president of la Société de la Maison de la Francophonie de Vancouver (SMFV) in the process of undertaking its redevelopment project.

J.-F. believes that functional reserve fund planning and reporting can elevate all stakeholders’ standards, their involvement in the shared risk-management of aging assets, improve strata living for Owners, and lead to better personal and condo | strata financial decision-making.



Recent Developments and Resources

Why Are Depreciation Reports Crucial? October 25, 2017 - What costing and reporting are we to use for long-term planning? Too often renewal projects end up costing more or a different amount than anticipated. Some say that quotes, engineer reports, and/or maintenance plans are the closest we have to reality – and all that stakeholders need for long-term planning. Yet strata councils vary: some […]