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Cladding (e.g. stonework, brickwork, curtain walling, rainscreen cladding
Falling masonry from historic buildings is being experienced on an almost
daily basis in some British cities. It is down to good luck more than good
judgement that the number of injuries and fatalities have been kept to a
minimum. However, without a detailed survey being carried out, the risk to
public safety remains extremely high. Surveys can be undertaken by absailing or
off suitable platforms.
Cursory or intrusive surveys and reports of cavity brickwork can be carried
out with the aid of endoscopes.
Surveys and reports of other forms of cladding including curtain walling and
rainscreen cladding can also be carried out. Advice can be also given on
recoverability of expenditure through service charge; or other liabilities under
design or contractor collateral warranties.
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