Dayle Bayliss talks to writer Les Pickford for the RICS Small Business Hub on the Top 5 Tips for Making the Most of your Office Space. The full article can be found here. From improving productivity to changing behaviours, Dayle Bayliss FRICS looks at how to squeeze extra value from changing your office layout. 1. How […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Top 5 Tips for Making the Most of your Office Space
Dayle Bayliss Associates has been shortlisted for a prestigious industry award. Dayle Bayliss, who runs Dayle Bayliss Associates, will discover if the project has won the Community Benefit or the Regeneration category of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors East of England awards 2015 in May. Their entry dazzled judges as an example of community […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on @TheRec Shortlisted for RICS East of England Community Benefit and Regeneration Award
We are pleased to announce that Dayle Bayliss has been shortlisted in the Project Manager of the Year Category in this years prestigious Women in Construction Awards. The Women in Construction Awards, now in its ninth year, provides a showcase for the brightest and the best female achievers in the housebuilding and wider construction industries, […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Dayle Bayliss Shortlisted for Prestigious National Construction Award
Working Collaboratively As the old adage goes: “many hands make light work”. And never does this ring more true than on a major building project. In the world of construction, working in unison means solutions to potential problems are found faster giving a better result. It also means that there is greater input into the […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Working Collaboratively – The Successful Building Project
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?