By David V. Chadderton
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There will be additional costs associated with the redesign work, not just for building services engineers but also probably for architects, interior designers and quantity surveyors. Furthermore, the construction team may be due costs and additional time. Even if the new gas distribution system and cookers have not yet been installed there may have been much ‘invisible’ work associated with the procurement – arranging and appraising quotations, raising the paperwork to place the order for equipment, perhaps effort spent chasing those orders, if it is delivered to site arranging for inspection and receipts, arranging for storage and making final payments.
22 Building services engineering Arranging insurances Clients will need to arrange for the appropriate insurances ready for the occupation of a building. ) as well as permanent fixtures and fittings, such as sanitary ware and kitchen fixtures, and contents insurance for loose equipment. Depending on the particular policy this may cover the insured against fire, lightning strike, explosion or earthquake, theft or attempted theft, riots or vandalism, storms or flooding, subsidence, falling trees, moving objects (such as a vehicle impacting the building) and escaping or leaking water, oil or other fluid.
There are benefits to clients, construction teams and the building services engi neers themselves: ◼◼ From the client’s perspective, it may be comforting knowing that building services engineers are still available during the construc tion phase to provide informed reports of the project’s progress, a trained eye toward quality control and protection against work that is not according to plan. Furthermore, with their knowledge of client’s requirements and their history, building services engineers can be a valuable asset in identifying new opportunities that are consistent with clients design objectives.
Building services engineering by David V. Chadderton