Building Surveying

A core principal of the way that BWB does business is that it 'consults' with its clients to provide high quality trusted advice to achieve the optimal client outcome. Building consultancy is exactly that - we consult to determine what a client needs by using the knowledge and experience built up within a nationwide team who have been both 'client' and consultant in various roles. After all, if we don't know what a client's clear objectives are how can we deliver success?

We have enjoyed long term relationships with clients within public and private sectors bearing out our claims to be the first choice and most importantly a 'trusted advisor' for so many. Our team can provide advice on the full spectrum of professional services throughout the property lifecycle including:

  • Pre Acquisition & Pre Lease Advice
  • Technical Due Diligence on individual or group acquisitions
  • Investment & Bank Monitoring
  • Condition & Space Utilisation Surveys
  • Strategic Estate Planning
  • Planned Preventative Maintenance
  • Statutory Compliance & DDA Surveys
  • Party Wall and Professional Consultancy
  • Dilapidations both Landlord & Tenant
  • Design, Feasibility & Procurement
  • Defect Diagnosis
  • Technical Assurance
  • Insurance Loss Adjusting
  • Disposal & Decommissioning

Related Projects

QMP: University of Oxford Condition Surveying

Our commission included the preparation of condition survey and reports for a number of important and significant university buildings, including Grade I and Grade II listed properties.


Key contacts: Martin Strong

QMP: University of Cambridge Condition Surveying

Our work covers the undertaking of condition surveys and preparation of reports for the entire estate over a 7 year ‘cycle’ programme. Reports cover a 10 year capital works Forward Maintenance Pla...

Key contacts: Martin Strong


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