SW19 Asset Management plans define current levels of service and the process clients / building owners use to manage their assets. Asset Management plans are developed for all major asset classes.
Understanding the condition of a property is fundamental for all property owners in order for them to adequately maintain the building condition and plan future maintenance to keep the property functioning and retain the value in the property.
Buildings represent both one of the largest corporate assets, but also one of the largest cost liabilities. To ensure business strategy is aligned with accommodation and facilities strategies, it is essential that the built assets are managed with the organisational objectives in mind.
The levels of risk associated with the purchase of an asset can be mitigated by undertaking a Technical Due Diligence inspection. The TDD inspection is designed to alert the investor of any issues which affect the physical asset or the investment potential.
Our expertise lies in the fit out and refurbishment of new and existing spaces, where we use the application of processes, methods, knowledge, skills and experience to achieve the projects objectives; delivering a high quality, durable finished product to the market.
SW19 are able to undertake HazMat inspections of existing buildings which assess the composition, condition and potential risk to occupant health from exposure to in-situ Hazardous Materials and Asbestos.
The services which can be provided range from a simple access audit to full project delivery, from design of the audit brief, through to the management of the upgrade works.
The purpose of the Dilapidations survey is to identify alleged breaches of the terms of a lease, and to recommend remedial action.
Space planning is where we manage and plan interior spatial areas, enabling us to define circulation patterns, and develop plans and layouts for the placement of furniture and equipment.
This process is the backbone of any interior configuration.
Harm reduction (or harm minimization) is a range of public health policies designed to reduce the harmful consequences associated with various human behaviors, both legal and illegal. Harm reduction policies are used to manage behaviors in numerous settings that range from services through to geographical regions.