The Travois Design and Construction team would like to thank Ed Williams and Advanced Native Construction (ANC) for sending us beautiful framed photographs of the newly completed Greeley Heights project. The 35-home Greeley Heights Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) project was built for the Warm Springs Housing Authority and completed by ANC in December of 2015.
Ed and ANC were able to deliver the $10 million dollar project ahead of schedule and under budget, thanks in large part to their professionalism and diligence. From the onset, ANC viewed their role as a critical member of the project team, which included our architects through Travois Architecture PC. As the architect of record and ongoing construction inspector, we worked alongside ANC and were impressed by the way all of the parties worked together closely to make the project a success.
For LIHTC projects in particular, the timing of construction completion is critical to maintain investor equity. Advanced Native Construction’s on-time delivery of units ensured the project is a major success! They worked from the onset to understand the delivery schedule expectations and worked closely with all of the team members to ensure that all phases of the project were placed in service as agreed upon with the investor.
We have seen them go above and beyond in keeping the project team informed about the status of construction, including professional photos and innovative progress videos taken by a drone flying overhead. This perspective was valuable for the owner, the investor and the entire project team.
The beautiful homes are all rented and occupied by families who are enjoying safe, family-friendly and affordable housing.