Are you aware that Phase 2 of Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) has already started? What does this mean for you?
It means that you can start working on your energy audits and identification of energy savings opportunities now.
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Commercial EPC Surveys and Certificates Available In London, UK
We are a multidisciplinary firm of Chartered Quantity Surveyors with specialist Commercial Building Engineering Services and Energy Management knowledge. We provide Mechanical & Electrical Quantity Surveying services, providing advice to our clients on the most cost-effective solutions for improving their building portfolio, improving Commercial Energy Ratings EPCs for MEES, saving energy consumption / money and improving your return on investment.
We were one of the first to be accredited with Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) within the UK, undertaking Commercial Energy Performance (EPC) assessments, ensuring compliance is achieved with our Clients by delivering the requirements set out within the Energy Performance of Buildings Directives for landlords, investors, commercial agents, solicitors and commercial property owners.
We are Regulated by the RICS and our Surveyors / Assessors are Security cleared under the (Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), formerly Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) and Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA).
- Quantity Surveying and Commercial Contract Management by the RICS.
- Lead Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme Assessors (Lead ESOS Assessors) by CIBSE.
- Commercial energy performance assessments.
- Display energy certificates for public buildings.
- Air conditioning (AC) energy efficiency inspections.
- Landlord EPC certification.
- We are recognised as competent assessors under England & Wales for Part L of the Building Regulations to provide Compliance checks on Commercial properties.
We aim to achieve all clients’ expectations, helping them to obtain best value for money and contribute to a low carbon environment, raising awareness which will help reduce carbon emissions CO2.
Robert Corbyn MRICS, Director.
Written by: Graham Seage, FRICS Commercial Director, Mace Limited