Independent Chartered Surveyors
& Building Consultants

Independent Surveyors Regulated by the
Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors

Talis Surveying are a multidisciplinary team working positively, professionally, and pro-actively to
exceed Client expectations and build lasting, trusting relationships across the south.

Our extensive knowledge extends across residential, commercial, industrial, retail, education, and
historic buildings. As a private practice, we are able to deliver services from minor defect reports to
complex large-scale projects with multiple stakeholder engagements.

Building Surveying

Expert knowledge of construction and building pathology, from defect inspections to full project services, complex repairs, new build, and refurbishment works. Talis Surveying can identify, specify, and oversee the completion of any project.

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Project Co-ordination

Vital to the success of any project, no ‘one size fits all’. Our service can be stand alone or in conjunction with our Quantity Surveyor, Contract Administrator or Principal Designer services.
 
 

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Design

From concept, through to planning, detailed drawings and building regulations, including the ability to provide modelling and visualisations for all projects and developments.
 
 

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Quantity Surveying

From early design costs to final figures, quantity surveyors seek to minimise the costs of the project and enhance value for money whilst ensuring that the project meets all legal, quality assurance requirements and regulations.

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Party Wall

We draw on our wealth of experience and knowledge to advise developers and neighbours alike how they might be affected by the Party Wall Act and other construction related issues.
 

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Principal Designer

As the Client you have a major influence over the way the project is procured and managed, regardless of the project size, and specific Health & Safety obligations under the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM).

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