You would be surprised how many people involved in a construction project need a building surveyor but have no idea why. It’s one of those jobs which has no clear definition – and yet is of paramount importance when it comes to overseeing any kind of building scheme. So here, Dayle Bayliss explains what she […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Why do you need a Building Surveyor?
With the introduction of the latest RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) Guidance Note on Surveys of Residential Property we look at the different levels of Building Surveys set out within the guidance. This should assist when making the decision on what level of survey to instruct. The Guidance note focuses on condition based surveys for […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on What Type of Building Survey?
From the 22nd November 2013 it’s the start of Society for Protection of Ancient Buildings National Maintenance Week for 2013. Dayle discusses the importance of undertaking simple checks and maintenance to help stave of decay off our Listed Buildings. More than 40 old houses across Suffolk are in the grips of decay – many after […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Maintain Suffolk’s Listed Buildings – National Maintenance Week
Here at Dayle Bayliss Construction Consultants we have worked on a number of schools buildings, this includes long term planning, feasibility studies as well as architectural design and project management. This experience of working on education buildings means that we understand the often restrictive timescales and budget constraints that need to be considered. One of […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Advice on School and Educational Buildings Extensions and Alterations
To celebrate the start of 2013 Dayle Bayliss Construction Consultants will be adding an image to their Pinterest Board ‘A Year in Construction‘ every working day. The work that we undertake at Dayle Bayliss Construction Consulatnts is varied and can range from a Listed Building Survey in Suffolk, Commercial Design in Essex to Project Management […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on A Year In Construction – follow us in images