Across the country, there is a shortage of affordable housing in every state. Critical housing needs permeate every community. In response, the demand for affordable housing is stronger than ever and much of the existing stock calls for significant revitalization.
D3G helps to bridge this gap by providing architectural and construction cost conclusions essential for the new construction and substantial rehabilitation of multifamily housing and healthcare facilities. Our experience has helped transform us into an industry leader, providing third party A/E Reviews and building our reputation as a trusted advocate for affordable housing.
“Working with Enrichmond to restore the distressed Historic Evergreen Cemetery was an incredibly unique and rewarding experience. In dedicating just a few hours of our time, we helped to celebrate the lives and legacies of generations of Richmond residents and their families."Ben Plunkett ( RFP Specialist )
"My experience with the Community Engagement Committee has been an all-around positive one. I have been able to connect with various community organizations and their members to organize and partake in volunteer events. Volunteerism is a passion of mine, and I’m grateful that D3G is just as passionate about giving back and allowing me to take on such an active role. I am excited for the future of the committee, including the addition of new employees and more opportunities to show our gratitude and share our time!"Lexi Tilot ( Environmental Project Manager )
D3G offers detailed review of architectural plans for new construction or substantial rehabilitation projects across multi-family and healthcare properties. Cost Review of proposed construction costs ensure that your project’s budget is accurate and in full compliance with the lending agency requirements.
After 27 years in the business, not only are we familiar with the industry, we helped build it. We have reviewed over 1,200 projects in the last decade, working side by side with a variety of organizations— Lenders, Architects, General Contractors, and Tax Credit Agencies.