If you require the highest standard of quality on your construction project, a Clerk of Works is an essential part of the site team. Clerk of Works, also known as Site Inspectors, Quality Assessors or NEC Supervisors, is there for you to inspect the construction works throughout the duration of construction.
What does a Clerk of Works do?
A Clerk of Works provides an independent assessment of the works undertaken, checking the quality of the build, M&E, structural and architectural works. They produce regular reports and a dialogue with the design team. Reports include a site diary; photographic evidence; progression of the works against the programme; site meeting information and highlight any potential risks. Clerk of Works can be appointed directly by the end-client or sub-let through a project team member and can attend the site on a full or part-time basis depending on your project requirements. Whereas many consultants’ time can be limited on site, our Clerk of Works is there reviewing the work under construction and acting as your ‘eyes and ears’ on site.
Their role typically consists of:
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