4 Questions To Ask Your Building Surveyor

Posted on: 2 June 2022
Building surveyors are licenced and accredited professionals who inspect buildings under construction and homes under renovation to ensure they abide by the building code, construction regulations and land ordinances. Below is an extract with some questions to ask a building surveyor during your first consultation.  1. "What Are The Applicable Regulations?" There is a wide range of laws and regulations that you must comply with when designing, building and renovating your home or commercial building.
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Small Business Bookkeeping: Avoiding Mishaps When Lodging Your BAS

Posted on: 3 March 2021
If you are not familiar with business accounting processes, you should think about using external bookkeeping services. This is the best approach to preventing errors in the management of the various financial aspects of your company. Keep in mind that mistakes and oversights in bookkeeping will cause problems in aspects like cash flow, profit margin and taxation. One of the important issues for which you should choose professional bookkeeping is the lodging of your business activity statements.
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4 Things You Need To Know To Successfully Apply For Your Archaeology Excavation Permit

Posted on: 24 June 2020
Archaeological assessments are a typical requirement for developers as part of their development and integrated development applications. These assessments identify and report any archaeological significance that may delay or inhibit a development; to get one, you'll need to successfully apply for archaeology excavation permit. These applications can be confusing, so you'll need to make sure you're well prepared if you want to get approved without delay. Here are the 4 main things you need to know to get your excavation permit as soon as possible.
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Understanding Structural Engineering Work

Posted on: 27 March 2020
Structural engineering work is performed by a structural engineer who uses his or her learned and acquired skills and experience to ensure a structure (building, tunnel, dam, bridge, retaining wall, etc.) is safe, stable, serviceable, durable and sustainable. This is not easy work; it involves the use of maths and physics (angles, measurements, laws, calculations, etc.). Various computer software and programs are also used for accuracy purposes and to reduce human error.
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