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About Daniel Connal Partnership
Daniel Connal Partnership is an established construction consultancy offering a wide range of specialist services.
Daniel Connal Partnership offers a of multi-disciplinary service as Chartered Surveyors in the Property and Construction sectors, working nationwide from offices in London, Colchester and Norwich.
We support our clients' needs whether they are undertaking construction projects, investing in, or occupying property with Project Management, Quantity Surveying, Building Surveying and Health & Safety services.
We are proud to provide a cost effective, flexible and, above all, personal service to meet our clients' needs. Our aim is to add real value to our clients' construction projects and property assets.
We have worked with a wide range of clients across the public and private sectors. They include industry leaders and household names, local authorities, health trusts, housing associations and education providers, as well as small businesses and individuals. Their common characteristic being a requirement for an exemplary service from experienced professionals.
And, of course, we are proud to abide by the rules and regulations of the RICS and the other professional bodies of which our surveyors are members.
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