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"Stevenson Systems means credibility. A lot of company’s take a generalist approach on measurement, whereas, Stevenson Systems provides a specialized service as Space Accountants. This delivers a lot of confidence for a company like ours, with a portfolio in excess of 50 million square feet."
“Stevenson Systems consistently discovers hidden value utilizing area calculations in ways not apparent in the day-to-day management of our portfolio. Their accurate building measurements has resulted in reduced operating costs, increased NOI and ultimately driving asset values. We are pleased to be a partner with Stevenson Systems since 1990.”
"Stevenson Systems are a leader in their field of measured building surveys and measurement consulting. I have been impressed with their professionalism and passion as one of the authors of the new International Property Measurement Standards (IPMS). They are equally well-versed in the art and science of increasing the efficiency of buildings, something the can often be missed by the design team."
"Stevenson Systems is the preeminent group in a niche! They have a mastery of the science of building measurement to provide the essential analytics of market differences such that I wouldn’t consider going anywhere else for my apace accounting needs."
“Stevenson Systems is synonymous with building measurement. They are the leader in our industry. When we say Stevenson Systems, people know we’re dealing with the building measurement experts.”
“We use Stevenson Systems for their building measurement expertise and their lease information management tools. They are an indispensable resource to me and my company.”
"On behalf the International Property Measurement Standards (IPMS) Coalition I applaud the work Stevenson Systems is doing to pioneer global best practice in property measurement. Through the adoption of IPMS, Stevenson Systems is helping to ensure real estate markets benefit through consistency, transparency and comparability in measurement."