Review

By carrying out a review prior to the project commencing on site we are able to identify any issues early.  This can prevent costly delays once on site and so is always our recommendation. We do however also work directly with sub-contractors to support them with design and specification.  Some of our most popular services are as follows:

 

Value Engineering
Specification value engineering

  • Demonstrate possible savings. Review of initial K10 specification and wall types against the basic project requirements in order to demonstrate possible savings.

Enhanced specification value engineering

  • Review of projects requirements including acoustic report, fire strategy, applied finishes and drylining specification plans.

  • Where possible a value engineered specification will be provided with both board and metal rationalisation, in order to aid logistics on site.

  • Identification of any missing system types and if feasible minimise the number of wall types.

Package Review

Base review

  • Review of K10 specification, wall type drawings and overall project requirements.

  •  Identification of any missing system types and/or any potential value engineering

Due diligence check

  • Review of project requirements as above and also including (if required) PDF documents marked up with our comments.

  • As above value engineering and rationalisation will be carried out on the specification.

Full detailed review

  • Our approach is to create a design package to the same high standard that would apply had it been created by ourselves.  This detailed review ensures your package is ready for construction.

  • Alongside a more thorough application of the due diligence check, this service will take a wider scope into consideration which includes coordination with M&E and detailed review of specific details and interfaces.

  • Each section of the drylining package and associated work will include combined sets of details with marked annotations supplied electronically as PDF binders.

  • Any points noted will take into consideration the current project programme and if time permits, value engineered savings or board and metal rationalisation will be suggested.

  • This check will ensure that the key parameters have been achieved.

  • An overview document will be supplied outlining findings and expressing any initial concerns or areas of design that require further attention.

  • Notification of any systems under-performing or possible areas of concern.