CONSULTANTS REQUIRED IN A BUILDINGS PROJECT.
Architectural drawings and technical details.
2. Project Manager
Management of all the consultants and coordination of the total building project including viability.
3. Quantity Surveyor.
Advising on Cost control and providing a Bill of Quantities.
4. Structural Engineer
Advising on structural viability and provision of structural engineering drawings.
5. Electrical Engineer
Advising on Electrical engineering issues and providing electrical engineering drawings.
6. Civil Engineer
Advising on civil works such as road works, sewer, and water reticulation and providing the related drawings.
7. Land Surveyor.
Advising on boundary and topography issues and providing topographical survey drawings.
8. Interior Designer
Advising on interior décor and providing interior fit out drawings.
9. Legal representative
Advising on legal requirements and provision of necessary legal documentation such as leases.
10. Physical Planner
Advising on best land use and provision of Change of Use documentation where necessary.
11. Environmental Impact Assessment expert
Advising on Environmental Impact and provision of EIA report.
12. Land Valuer
Advising on the viability of the development and projected market value to determine projected rental/sale income and providing valuation reports to be used by financiers.
13. Marketing and Sales team
Advising on current building demand and requirements and marketing/selling the building to potential investors.
14. Property Manager
Works with the valuers to manage and maintain the building once construction ids through.
15. Clerk of Works
Appointed by the Architect to document and report on the daily tasks being performed by the contractor. Carries out materials test in conjunction with the Structural engineer.
Advises on the construction budget.
17. Financial Advisors/Bankers
Provides finance to the construction .
Architect Francis Gichuhi