A surveyor is required to accurately determine the position of any three-dimensional points and needs to be able to effectively calculate and note the distances and angles between said points. Building site surveyors are often required to provide advice on construction projects, taking part in and completing detailed surveys, identifying any issues and advising repairs and protentional solutions to said issues.
As a building surveyor, you'll need to:
- evaluate the condition of existing buildings, identifying and analyzing issues.
- ensure that projects are completed on time and within budget.
- advise on appointing contractors and site staff/laborers.
- designs and project plans with budgeting and costs taken into account.
- plan projects within the remits of management regulations and industry standards.
- recommend the use of a management and supervision team.
- evaluate and design buildings so that they meet the needs of people with disabilities and specific needs.
- give advice on the health and safety aspects of building site and the completed building.
- prepare initial insurance assessments and any claims that are required.
- building surveyors will work on preventative measures that are implemented in order to keep buildings in pristine condition, looking for ways to make buildings sustainable in the long term.
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