Whatever industry service we employ, we should expect a commitment to top industry standards in all our building projects. A Building Surveyor should pride themselves on their commitment to highest of industry standards for building surveyor services so you’ll always feel nothing but complete confidence when using their services.
They should be highly experienced and a specialist in building surveyance so that you can benefit from our expertise when building a property. Whether you’re an owner builder, registered builder or architect, you need a dependable approach to surveyance work practices.
As Building Surveyors, their key roles is to ensure that the building in question is not only safe, adheres to all applicable building regulations and conforms to its design documentation. They willplay a crucial role in maintaining a safe and reliable building industry.
They need to be team players, happy to work alongside you, your builder and any other building professionals to ensure your building is structurally sound and adheres to all relevant building laws.
What to expect from a Building Surveyors
- They will be able to perform a range of key roles during the building project
- Check your design plans and construction for adherence to building laws and codes of practice
- Provide you with pre-building stage advice so you can avoid common pitfalls
- Issue you with a building permit
- Carry out building inspections during the construction stages,
- Provide pre-purchase building inspections.
Why Use a Building Surveying Services?
While traditionally the building surveying services were provided by municipal councils, these days you’re free to engage the services of our privately certified builder surveyors.
They not only carry all the essential qualifications to perform building surveying responsibilities but they should also come fully insured for your peace of mind.
Professional expertise in construction industry, local council requirements and building legislation, extensive knowledge in the management and planning issues in land usage, building engineering principles and occupational health and safety issues are all prerequisite skills you should look for.
They should be dependable and credible leaders in the building surveying field.