ARP Building Consultancy Ltd is a Chartered Building Surveying company located in the south of Liverpool providing surveying services to Liverpool, the Northwest of England and beyond. The company is RICS Regulated.
The organisation provides all the core surveying services - measured surveys, building surveys, contract administration, project management, dilapidations, party wall, DDA access audits, fire risk assessments, health & safety inspections / reports, schedules of condition, building pathology.
We take a proactive approach to establishing a caring and open relationship with our clients so please call us for a friendly, informal discussion of your requirements. We look forward to hearing from you.
Professional Associations & Certifications
- Association for Project Safety (APS) - RMaPS
- Merseyside, Cheshire, Gtr Manchester, Lancashiire, generally anywhere within a 150 mile radius.
|Address||91/93 St Marys Road|
|Phone Number||015 1601 3658|
|Fax||0871 2303 127|
From Our Website
Including Party Wall matters, Building Pathology, Schedules of Condition, Flood Surveys, Dilapidations and whatever else you may need. ARP, through their years of experience, can take a project, on behalf of the Client, from inception through to completion. ARP offer a Health & Safety Advisory service to Clients, Property Managers, Contracting organisations and similar bodies. ARP was formed in 2009 fulfilling a career-long ambition to set up a surveying practice serving both Commercial and Domestic clients.
ARP was formed in 2009 fulfilling a career-long ambition to set up a surveying practice serving both Commercial and Domestic clients. The ethos of the company is to provide the best advice and most efficient service to our clients, whilst not compromising on value added. The company fully endorses the RICS Codes of Practice and Ethical values and we put great emphasis on embracing these values. We believe in integrity, honesty and accountability - we have our own high ethical standards which will be evident in all that we do.
The Construction Design and Management Regulations 1994 (and recent 2007 amendments) place formal responsibility for Health & Safety on team players in a construction project. The 'Team' is anyone in a position to make decision or influence the outcome of the project. This typically includes the Client, Designer, Project Manager, Structural Engineer, Contractor, Electrical / Mechanical consultants and other consultants who contribute to the outcome of the project. It is a criminal offence for team players to undertake design and other duties without compliance with the Regulations.