The built environment is constantly changing by growth, ageing, usage, legislation and the requirement for upgrading. Our Building Surveyors’ broad based and extensive experience enables them to offer all the necessary expertise to meet these ever changing demands.
Our Building Surveying Division provides professional advice on all property-related matters. They have a broad and in depth knowledge of all facets of the built environment including building design, upgrading, refurbishment, renovation, and contract administration, building and property surveys for defect pathology, condition reports , property purchase and lease matters, party wall issues and dilapidations.
The size of the Building Surveying team within Frankham gives us excellent flexibility to service clients’ needs and deadlines and to provide the required level of resource. Being part of a multi-disciplinary group allows us to rapidly interact with the other disciplines.
We appreciate that clients’ budgets are finite and are acutely aware of the need to achieve ‘value for money’ solutions and ensure future maintenance costs are considered, whilst also ensuring the clients’ aspirations are met.
Building Surveying Services
- Design & Specification
- Building Pathology
- Defect analysis
- Feasibility Reports
- Schedules of Condition
- Cladding inspections and reports
- Party Wall Awards and advice
- Measured Building Surveys
- Legal Disrepair Surveys
- Adaptation projects for the disabled
- Procurement and Tendering advice
- Planning Applications
- Building Control Applications
- Planning and Building Regulation advice
- Listed Building Consents
- Historic Building Surveys & advice
- Dilapidation Surveys
- Specialists in the Transport sector
- Drone Surveys
Party Wall Surveyor
Party Wall Surveyor
Our Party Wall team lead has over 40 years working experience in the process and has developed a suite of bespoke management and monitoring tools that ensure we manage individual of and multi property/high volume directions effectively and in line with the requirements of The Act.