The Building Surveying Services Team is managed by Building Surveyor Mark Davies, a fully qualified member of the Chartered Institute of Building who has been working in the commercial property industry for over 20 years.
The Building Surveying Team has been involved in a variety of building survey projects in Worcestershire and the wider West Midlands area and they have developed something of an expertise for carrying out building surveys, (both commercial and residential), schedules of condition and dilapidations surveys as well as advising on commercial property fit outs and planned preventative maintenance programmes.
Mark is supported by Consultant Building Surveyor Bill Fellows who has over 35 years’ experience carrying out valuations and building survey advice to private individuals, property companies and financial institutions. The department is supported by Karen Coles who helps manage our Building Surveyors’ schedules and as very experienced PA and Property Administrator takes a lot of time to understand what clients need, for what purpose and when.
Building surveys (for commercial and residential properties)
Schedules of condition and dilapidations reports
Planned maintenance schedules
Advice on new office/warehouse fit out
Advice on possible refurbishment schemes
Costings for commercial development
What Our Clients Say...
Jim Weston The First Class Pet Company
Jill Fieldhouse Private Client
Building Survey of a 17th Century Timber Framed Farmhouse with 19th Century Additions
Mark Davies was asked to complete a full Building Survey of a farmhouse with additional barns as part of an agricultural small holding with residential accommodation.
Building survey of Grade II listed timber framed house Prospective purchaser
Mark Davies was asked to complete a Full Building Survey of a rurally located barn which was a former 16th Century timber-framed house. A proportion of the walls were partially replaced with stone in two phases reusing part of the framing. In the 19th Century the house was converted into a barn, with the property converted back to a house in 1998.