Multiple Rail Projects involving appraisals and budgetary estimates for over 100 properties within the San Diego area for SANDAG with valuation oversight in some cases from Caltrans.
Property types included: mid-rise offices and condos, industrial, large apartment complexes, retail and wholesale warehouses, undeveloped land, partially entitled land, and land with environmentally sensitive habitat. Valuation of the whole, part acquired, analysis of severance damages and benefits. Multiple valuation scenarios applied in the Mid Coast Transit Project.
Appraisal of 80 acres of land with an approved tentative map for 44 residential lots. The parcel's onsite vegetation included: coastal sage scrub, non-native grassland, riparian woodland, and coast live oak woodland. The scope of the assignment included valuation of the property to its highest and best use for a potential opportunity purchase by the State of California.
Multiple appraisals completed for partial acquisitions for expansion of SR-76. Properties appraised included a golf course, retail property, improved residential properties, and vacant unentitled land. Some appraisals involved sensitive habitat issues. Involved analysis of highest and best use, larger parcel considerations, valuation of the whole properties, part take analysis, and consideration of damages, and benefits.
Involved multiple appraisals for partial acquisitions for temporary easement rights to pipe access portals. Project boundaries were from Lake Murray to Sweetwater Reservoir. The appraisals involved analysis of highest and best use, valuation of the whole properties, temporary easement analysis, and consideration of damages and benefits.
Appraisal of over 2,300 acres of vacant, rural land located in eastern San Diego County. The holding's onsite vegetation included: southern mixed / chamise chaparral, coastal sage scrub, non-native grassland, and southern interior cypress forest and southern coast live oak riparian forest. The appraisal involved complex highest and best use analysis. The appraisers used geographic information system (GIS) mapping to help illustrate the environmental and legal constraints and boundaries impacting the subject property.
Involved appraisal review work of 100 properties within right of way for the High Speed Rail in Fresno and Central Valley. Property types included: Commercial, retail, industrial, entitled land and agricultural properties.
Project required partial-take appraisals of 19 properties for an underground tunnel easement acquisition. The tunnel was required to connect Lake Hodges Reservoir to Olivenhain Reservoir. Analysis of damages and benefits. Appraisals completed for right of way acquisition purposes.
Managed valuation effort of 150 properties as part of the acquisition team of California Transportation Ventures and Caltrans. The project boundary was from the USA/Mexico international border to SR-54. Hendrickson Appraisal Company coordinated the appraisal effort as a prime contractor. Property types included valuation of commercial, industrial, residential, sensitive habitat land, and subdivision land. Valuation analysis included both full and partial-take acquisitions, and analysis of damages and benefits.
Multi-parcel acquisition appraisals for street widening, street extension, and drainage improvements. Involved analysis of highest and best use, valuation of the whole properties, part take analysis, and consideration of damages and benefits. Eminent Domain, flood damage, and biological habitat issues were presented in most of these assignments.