Upon receiving an order , the first thing that is done is the Feasibility Assessment , it means , if the client wants to do , you can do it from legally and technically . Once verified this, you start with the first draft , which is the stage of interpretation by the Professional Customer , where is put in as the tastes and needs , trying to achieve the most optimal price- time - quality possible. After drafting the project , which includes not only the plans and details requested by the Administration , but also the justifications for the various documents of the Technical Code and other specific regulations begins. Construction Management is the supervision by the professional , who drafted Project is met by the construction company.
Project and construction management
Certificates of occupancy
All homes , both new as used , as are fruit of a great rehabilitation , must have a certificate of occupancy , which is the document that guarantees compliance with the minimum required levels of habitability in housing. In addition , new construction in the certificate guarantees that the property meets required quality controls in housing construction . It is essential to have this certificate to enlist the services of water, electricity and gas. Only a qualified technician ( architect, technical architect or rigger ) can certify habitability of a floor and issue the certificate . Prices for a charter also vary by type of property.
In a building , energy efficiency is calculated by measuring the energy consumed every year under normal conditions of use and occupancy. To do this takes into account all services used routinely as " heating, cooling , ventilation, domestic hot water and lighting in order to maintain the conditions of thermal and lighting comfort and needs hot water and indoor air quality . " Specifically , the indicator collects kilograms of CO2 divided by the square meters of housing (kg CO2 / m2 per year). For those with a ratio of emissions below 6.8 kg CO2 / m2 per year it is assigned the letter A, the highest rating . The worst note ( G ) is for those properties exceeding 70.9 kg C02 / m2 per year. You can have yours in 48 hours . from € 50.-
Structural rehabilitation includes solving all kinds of pathologies related to the supporting structure on farms, from wooden beams that have been attacked by woodworm or moisture , up dividing walls that are " separated " from the facade for lack of anchors each . Rehabilitation work requires , first , a proper assessment of the origin and causes, because if you try to solve the problem only thinking of symptoms within a time the problem will reappear. Once a proper diagnosis made is passed to the stage of load calculations , cuts and propping , trying to find a consistent solution to the problem . Finally, the plans are the tool details diágolo with industrial metalworker who must interpret our work and materializing without injury to others
Safety and soundness certificate
The safety and soundness certificate is the document by which a technician certifies that an item or property meets all regulatory requirements for a specific use ( safety and soundness ) . The requirements refer to the safety of the structure , safety in case of fire and fastness conditions of use. The final document must be issued by a licensed technician , as an architect , technical architect or engineer , and thus the safety and soundness certificate shall be endorsed by the relevant professional association . Generally requested by the owner of a property you want to add a new element to an existing building , whether an element having a large weight that was not intended as an element that may hinder an emergency exit or a customized tour, or just an element that can pose a risk in an installation.
Technical inspection of buildings (ITE)
Technical Inspection of a Building (ITE), similar to what would be the ITV of a vehicle, is the visual inspection of the building by a qualified technician (architect, surveyor or engineer) to determine that it is safe for both residents who live there, as for pedestrians. All the properties for over 45 years must pass the ITE every 10 years. After the inspection, the architect makes a delivery certificate to the official body of the Community, which issues a certificate of fitness. Depending on the building problems you have, if any, some or other actions are performed: well, if they are minor complications, actions must perform the community fall within the normal maintenance of the building; if severe, usually structural issues, the community will hire an architect to manage the rehabilitation and, once completed, re-submit the certificate to the official body.