Base Building Consultancy were instructed to project manage the reinstatement of an auto repair garage as a result of localised vehicle impact damage sustained on a busy highway.
Our appointment involved liaising with the insurance providers, assessing loss to the building, maximising the claim value, acting as the contract administrator, undertaking the role of surveyor under The Party Wall etc. Act 1996 and acting as CDM Co-ordinator under the CDM Regulations 2007.
Base Building Consultancy ensured the swiftest completion of high quality reinstatement in order for disruption to the occupying tenants to be minimised.
Base Building Consultancy’s building surveying expertise, and ability to respond quickly assisted the Client in maximising the claim value and minimising the disruption to their business
Working within an occupied property and liaising with existing Tenants to accommodate their needs and ensure minimum disruption
Completion of the works on time and on budget with a high quality reinstatement specification
Initially Base Building Consultancy produced an emergency works specification as a matter of urgency in order to make the building safe
A reinstatement specification was then produced and agreed with the loss adjuster before being submitted for competitive tender to three approved contractors. Instructions were given to the most competitive contractor and the works to the property were completed within the 6 week time period
Other vital roles were that of CDM Co-ordinator under the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2007 (as the project was notifiable) and the careful handling of matters relating to the Party Wall etc. Act 1996, to ensure minimum disruption to the adjoining owners