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Chartered Building Surveyor FRICS, Chartered Architectural Technologist MCIAT. Building Thermographer.
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Principal of Albion Building Consultants based in London UK. Established 1994. Chartered Surveyors & Chartered Architectural Technologists.
Clients past and present include The Grosvenor Estate Mayfair London, The Howard de Walden Estate, Marylebone, London. Welwyn District Council, London Borough of Harrow, Northwood School, MFI Furniture Centres Ltd, Whipps Cross Hospital and numerous private companies and individuals.
Specialities include building design, building inspections and measurement, planning applications, building regulations 2010 as amended, project monitoring and management, building thermography-infra red scanning, lease plans, space-planning, etc.
Qualified as a Chartered Building Surveyor in 1985, raised to Fellow in 1987.
Qualified in UK (MCIAT) and Ontario Canada (MAATO) as an Architectural Technologist.
Have worked in UK, France, Ireland, Canada and USA.
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