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VERTEX offers contracting, owner’s representation, and program management services throughout our global office network. Our contracting solutions include: tenant improvement contracting (commercial interior), reconstruction & restoration, completion contracting, Property Condition Assessments (PCAs), and construction loss control consulting.


VERTEX’s construction solutions span the globe. Our fast paced growth over the past two decades is result of our ever commitment to responsiveness, value, quality, and safety. Over the past year alone, VERTEX has completed projects in the US, Canada, Mexico, South Korea, Bahrain, Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan, Japan, Germany, and Cuba, just to name a few.

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Managing Director, Construction Services

Mark Degenaars, LEED GA

Mark Degenaars, LEED GA

Mr. Degenaars is the Managing Director of the Construction Services vertical within The Vertex Companies, Inc. He has been with VERTEX for over 5 years with a primary focus as a consultant to the surety claims industry and private public developers. Mr. Degenaars brings over 20 years of project management, facility management, private / public development and construction experience to each assignment. Mr. Degenaars has successfully managed a large variety of projects ranging from various types of vertical construction to heavy highway / civil design projects. Mr. Degenaars has served as an expert and fact witness for a variety of projects. Prior to joining VERTEX, Mr. Degenaars owned and managed his own consulting firm for nearly a decade.

News

VERTEX Speaking at the Surety Association of Canada AGM Young Professionals Event

September 22, 2017

We are pleased to announce that Andrew Zagorski, Division Manager of VERTEX’s Canadian subsidiary, VTX Consulting Services Inc., will be speaking at the Surety Association of Canada Young Professionals Event on Thursday, September 28th. The event, generously sponsored by Travelers, will cover the ‘2 of the Cs of Surety: Character & Claims’.  Surety professionals know the…

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VERTEX's Kevin Maxwell Training Broward County Bar Association on Commercial Roofing

September 18, 2017

Florida Broward County Bar Association recently announced their upcoming training on Commercial Roofing including topics of installation, warranty, and liability. VERTEX’s Kevin Maxwell, PE, PMP, will teach the CLE accredited course to the Construction section of the Broward County Bar Association on Wednesday, September 20th, 2017 at the BCBA Conference Center. The seminar will cover…

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VERTEX Speaking at AGC’s 2017 Construction Environmental Conference

September 11, 2017

VERTEX is excited to announce that Amin Terouhid, Ph.D., PMP, DRMP, PSP and Greg Sampson, Vice President,  will be presenting at the upcoming AGC Conference. The topic, The Need for Applying Project Management Strategies to Facility Closures and Acquisitions, will present how ineffective oversight and the lack of sound project management strategies can result in schedule slippages, cost…

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Assistance in the Aftermath of Catastrophic Events

September 8, 2017

In the wake of an unprecedented disaster in Texas, tragedy and loss for countless communities are weighing heavily on families and businesses. Texas is experiencing one of the worst flooding disasters in U.S. history with record rainfall and 33 counties under federal disaster declaration. It is becoming obvious that we are facing a very active…

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Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

August 29, 2017

VERTEX is committed to giving to the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. We will match all employee contributions to the Red Cross. The recovery effort from this event is estimated to take years, but the immediate need is to help the thousands of families that have been displaced by the storm. Organizations like the Red Cross have…

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Best Practices - Documenting Costs in Construction Post-Termination

September 19, 2017

Construction is fraught with challenges; following a few best practices will go a long way if terminations occur. If it is worth doing, it is worth documenting: Project records are key to identifying and substantiating completion costs. Records will be requested and must be furnished to the defaulted party upon request. Good project records often…

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Roof Claims and Reconstruction in Florida - What You Need to Know

September 14, 2017

Insurance claims will be common in the state of Florida in the coming weeks and the job of repair and reconstruction will begin. The Florida Existing Building Code (FEBC) and the Florida Building Code, Residential (FRC) have some nuances when it comes to reroofing.  If you are involved in the forensics of roofing claims, or…

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The 2017 Hurricane Season - How it Compares

September 6, 2017

It is obvious that we are in the midst of a very active and dangerous hurricane season. The development of consecutive storms: Harvey, Irma, Jose, Katia, has a lot of people asking questions. Many are also struck by the intensity of the 2017 hurricane season. Harvey had record breaking rainfall with 51.88″ recorded. That’s now…

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How Construction Companies Should Approach the Upcoming OSHA Silica Standard Revision

August 30, 2017

As of September 23, 2017, many construction and manufacturing firms must comply with the revised construction and general industry Occupational Safety and Health Administration standards for respirable crystalline silica to reduce cases of lung cancer, silicosis, and other diseases in construction workers. Options for exposure control methods can be found on OSHA provided Table 1,…

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Fire - How it Affects Structural Steel Framing

August 24, 2017

Introduction As forensic engineers, it is often our responsibility to assess the structural integrity of a building after a natural disaster or an event from unfortunate circumstances.  It is also our responsibility to determine the necessary repairs that need to be made to the structural framing of the building in order to return it to…

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