Building surveyors are vital personnel whose role is to ensure that buildings under construction are safe, accessible and energy efficient. They interact with builders, architects and engineers to carry out their role. This means that building surveyors have a strong influence on the design of buildings and all the activities that take place to plan this design. These personnel will closely monitor all aspects of construction for the duration of the project. They carry out routine inspections in relation to many areas of safety and functionality of the building, including the following:
Building surveyors are trained to understand building law. This law sets out all the rules and regulations with regards to the construction of new buildings. Building projects are costly and need to be completed in a specific time frame; delays due to non-compliance can cost thousands of dollars. This is why appointing a qualified building surveyor is essential to the successful completion of the project.
Before appointing a building surveyor, their credentials must be checked to ensure that they are licensed to be employed in this role. Additionally building surveyors must also have insurance to be legally allowed to practice. For more information, contact a professional business that offers building surveying.
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