Where do you need building surveyors?
A building surveyor is responsible for ensuring that a building is safe, accessible and energy efficient. The surveyor is a necessary professional during the building process and they work with other professionals such as architects, engineers, and builders to ensure that the building meets all regulations. Amongst the things that considered are the location of the building, how well it withstands hazards such as fire, wind, and earthquake, how the building is used, and also that the building meets the laws relating to the safety, health, and welfare of the occupants.
Building surveyors are accredited by different organisations depending on the state they work in. The AIBS (Australian Institute of Building Surveyors) accredits building surveyors in QLD, NT, SA, ACT, and nationally for the Department of Defence. In NSW, accreditation is carried out by the Building Professionals Board. In Victoria, the Building Practitioners Board of Victoria accredits building surveyors. In WA, it is done by the Building Surveyors Qualification Committee.
You can find out more information about their registration in your state/territory on Licensedtrades.com.au.
Building surveyors perform a range of functions including the following:
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