An important role from the initial concept through to completion.

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In general, refurbishment can encompass such works as general upgrades, major repair work, alterations, conversions and modernisations.

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A liability as a result of failing to comply with the lease covenants.

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Provides an overview of the anticipated cost of reconstructing a building in the event of damage or total loss due to an insured risk, for insurance purposes.

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Project managers prepare and negotiate budgets and work timetables. They also collaborate with specialists consultants as well as report on work progress and budget matters to the client.

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A building is listed for its architectural or historic interest if considered to be of national importance and therefore worth protecting.

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The Act came into force on 1st July 1997 and relates to preventing/resolving disputes between neighbours, only when certain construction work is carried out.

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We provide detailed reports to identify works, costs, schedule routine and preventative maintenance to buildings.

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Architectural Services & Design What do architects do? Architects design plans for building and construction projects. They can also manage the building process and take on board the material selection and supplier management process. What architects do depend on your needs. Your dedicated project team will work with you to advise and compliment your design […]

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What is the Party Wall Act? The party wall act of 1996 relates to shared walls between neighbours and lays down guidance to avoid disputes. What is a party wall? A party wall is one that divides the land of two or more owners; whether it is attached to the building or other party of […]

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