Apr 28, 2012
- Site upgrade
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In order to provide our clients with the most cost effective service Flanagan Engineers request the following information in order to provide an accurate estimate:
- In what year was the building constructed?
- Has there been any additions to the building since it was completed?
- How many rooms are in the building?
- Is the architectural design available, drawings or Acad files?
- Is the mechanical design available, drawings or Acad files?
- What is the gross area of the building in question?
Please email this information and we will ensure you receive a quote within 24 hours.
In accordance with Statutory Instrument S.I. No. 666 of 2006, new and existing non-domestic buildings when let or sold on or after 1st January 2009, require an assessment to be carried out and a BER certificate to be produced. The following building types are EXEMPT from the regulations:
- Protected structures
- Buildings used as a places of worship
- Temporary buildings
- National monuments
- Industrial buildings not intended for human occupancy
- Agricultural buildings where the installed heating capacity does not exceed 10 W/msq.
- Stand alone buildings with a total useful floor area of less than 50msq.