Our RICS Chartered Building Surveyors can guide you through all aspects of property development, including initial acquisition or construction, through to repairs, maintenance, enhancement, adaptation and even disposal of the building.
Our experience with building contracts encompasses all types, ages, and sizes of properties, and includes specialist advice on historic and listed buildings.
We understand that purchasing, managing and disposing of a building can be time-consuming, daunting and expensive. That's why all instructions are only overseen by RICS Chartered Building Surveyors so you can relax knowing you're in the hands of qualified and chartered consultants.Read more
We provide building consultancy on a wide range of properties across the UK. We are frequently asked by clients to take over a new build or refurbishment project once things have gone wrong! This can mean costs are spiralling, build quality is poor, or most frequently, the time spent is detracting from their core business.
We also have considerable experience in developing the client's brief, advising on the options available, and interpreting client's requirements. This allows us to recommend and implement an agreed strategy for the successful delivery and completion of a project.
Our services may include the preparation of a specification for the works and the drawings required; preparation of full tender and contract documentation; the sourcing and mobilisation of a suitable contractor; and leading a professional team to administer the works, both practically and financially to achieve the project goals.
Our full list of services includes:
All of our consultants are assisted by a powerful cloud-based system that provides information to assist this process and provides the surveyor with data to provide fully formed advice.
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If you want to know more about our Building Consultancy services, please call us on 0191 493 4890 (9am—5pm Mon-Fri) or complete the form below and we’ll get back to you within 24hrs.Show form