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HOA Managers & Board Members Education Luncheon

Education Luncheon

Presented by Criterium-Giles Engineers, Trisure, Ward & Smith, & Dragonfly Pond Works

Please join us for an educational luncheon focused on community associations. Our team of local experts will present on several topics which will hopefully help you manage community associations.

DATE: Tuesday December 12, 2017

TIME: 11:30am – 1:00pm

LOCATION: Carolina Restoration Services; 3401 Gateway Centre Blvd., Morrisville, NC 27560; Map It!

RSVP: Please RSVP by December 5, 2017. Limited Seating Available.
Send to Joni Blair, 919.465.3801 or joni@criterium-giles.com

COST: Free for Community Managers and HOA Board Members; Lunch Will Be Provided

 

Here is the line up of our speakers and a brief description of their presentations:

Capital Reserves
Presented By Kevin Giles of Criterium-Giles Engineers
We will discuss the importance of capital reserves and best practices for managing a capital reserve account for a Community Association.

Dredging Lakes and Ponds
Presented by Mick Ribault of Dragonfly Pond Works
What type of dredging strategy is best for your community? How much should communities budget for dredging?

Things That Go Drip in the Night: Anatomy of a Damages Claim in Multifamily Living
Presented by Andrew Bateman of Trisure and Adam Beaudoin of Ward and Smith, P.A.

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About the Author:

Andrew Bateman
Andrew Bateman and his team, through Trisure - a nationally licensed independent commercial insurance agency - specialize in working with single family, townhome and condominium homeowner associations. They provide HOAs with a complementary review of their present insurance program based on the policies in place and the governing documents to evaluate the community’s current coverage and find any gaps that may exist that could potentially put the association at risk. You can contact them directly via email at info@WeLoveHOAs.com or visit their website at www.WeLoveHOAs.com for further information or to request an evaluation of coverage.