Why does my build need a surveyor?
We have an experienced chartered building surveying division, possessing a wealth of expertise in the animal welfare and veterinary sectors. Many people wonder what a surveyor brings to a build until they actually start on the project and realise that these are essential services.
How will a surveyor improve my building?
If you would like to use any or all of these services, our experienced surveyors can help. Just give us a call
- Acquisition and disposal surveys – this is a thorough inspection that highlights any issues that might affect your plans and also helps you evaluate what you should pay for a site or expect to recoup from selling existing premises.
- General building and structural surveys, including the evaluation of engineering services – every year more conditions are placed on drainage and disposal of fluids from veterinary buildings. Being aware of all the latest regulations and knowing how to make a building not only safe but comfortable for everyone ensures it will be fit for purpose for many years.
- Dilapidations – disputes at the end of a lease are not uncommon, based on the state of the repair of the building. We can ensure valuations are fair and accurate.
- Condition appraisal, monitoring and stock surveys
- Planned maintenance schedules and facilities management advice – help with the maintenance required to keep the mechanical elements like heating and air conditioning working for the long term.
- Site, building or building element pathology – help when things go wrong
- The management of refurbishment and maintenance projects – ensuring everything is done to the correct specification
- Multi-site works, portfolio assessments and surveys – deciding whether a site complements any existing sites and fits your business ethos.
- Party Wall and boundary procedures – helping you get along with the neighbours!
- Conservation and historic building works to listed buildings – when you would like to adapt a building with character or history.
- Development monitoring for client lenders, developers or occupiers – keeping stakeholders informed of progress on the build.
- Phased and programmed works with live occupation to prevent business disruption – ensuring you can continue to work while the building work goes on around you.
- Insurance investigations – where buildings are damaged as a result of fire, flood or other events.
- General building and property advice for landlords or tenants – helping to assess the suitability of a build as a veterinary premises.
- Accessibility surveys – making sure your build is safe and accessible for those with disabilities and to comply with legislation.
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