Our Services

Building Surveying
Strategic Maintenance Planning

Key Team Member: Paul Dunne

Historically, planned maintenance programmes could be weighty, unworkable tomes unsuited to a property holders budgetary, occupational or leasehold requirements. Each planned maintenance programme we produce takes into account the property requirements, realistic budget expenditure, statutory obligations and the requirements of any lease.

Our programmes are based on in depth surveys, reviews of available information and budgetary analysis. This allows for strategic budgetary planning and analysis– of CAPEX and maintenance works; service charge recovery and planning and overall reduction in maintenance expenditure.

Insurance Assessment
& Claims

Key Team Member: Neil Watson

We produce Reinstatement Cost Assessments confirming the time and cost of total reconstruction following destruction, or damage, by an insured risk.

Accurate assessments are essential to ensure overpayments are not made on insurance premiums and that the full extent of any loss is properly covered: if it can be proven by an insurer that the total of your policy is underprovided for, any recompense for a claim will be reduced.

We produce Reinstatement Cost Assessments for a number of property holders through detailed measurement and cost analysis.

Feasibility & Viability Studies

Key Team Members: Paul Dunne

Detailed analysis of site constraints, environment, town planning, statute, cost, programme and many other factors is necessary prior to the commencement of any project.

Our track record of successful project delivery of varying refurbishment, redevelopment, single and mixed use schemes means we are well placed to effectively study and report on scheme viability; ensuring early feedback on feasibility – and avoidance of abortive cost.

CDM Principal Designer

Key Team Member: Peter Radford

A Principal Designer under the CDM Regulations 2015 is an organisation appointed by the client to take control of health & safety issues on a material building project. Principal Designers have an important role in influencing how risks to health and safety are managed throughout a project. Design decisions made during the pre-construction phase have a significant influence in ensuring the project is delivered in a way that secures the health and safety of everyone affected by the work. We have a qualified Principal Designer in each of our offices and understand the challenges involved in this specialist role.

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