Professional : Project Management Services
Architecture and building surveying share some common ground,
a building surveyor can often provide architectural services
and vice versa.
Surveyors more frequently get involved with administering
the building process and often act as "client's representative"
or "contract administrator". The difference between architects
and surveyors lies in the different training behind each profession.
Architects tend to have more training in design and architectural
theory and history, whereas building surveyors incline more
towards the technical, practical, contractual and legal aspects
of the building process.
However, some building surveyors also have an ability to plan and
design as well as handle the administration of a building contract.
At Christo & Co, our team covers all aspects of the building
process and we are therefore able to offer a range services that
can dove-tail with the matters handled by our other departments.
Building Project Management. Taking control of the procurement
process and construction team to ensure that the client gets
value for money and programmes adhered to.
Design Services. Full planning and design drawings and
tender information for new buildings or alterations and extensions
Statutory Controls. Planning applications, appeals, Building
Regulations approval, certificates of Lawful Use and Development.
Planning Supervisor role under CDM Regulations.
Party Wall Matters. All aspects of the Party Wall Act
Please contact us for an informal discussion about your requirements.
If we cannot help we will try and point you in the right direction.