A unique collaborative approach to building surveying and consulting services makes BSA Building Surveyors a leader in the industry.
With a team of experience, qualified and passionate surveyors and support staff, BSA welcomes any challenge with confidence.
We encourage early project involvement to ensure the relevant building regulatory design parameters are recognised and incorporated into the design and development of the project.
Our Building Surveying team members have additional qualifications in fire and performance based building codes to facilitate assessment of more complex performance solutions.
Our team of qualified building surveyors and inspectors also undertake the required mandatory inspections through to the issue of Occupancy Permits and Certificates of Final Inspection.
We can also provide value added services post completion for commercial buildings through our new division BSA Essential Safety Measures.
In addition to our building permit service, we offer expert building code consulting, building compliance audits and inspections.
Building Code Consulting
Building code and regulatory requirements are continuously evolving and changing and we recognise our clients do not have the time to understand the complexities and impacts of such changes.
Therefore we understand the importance and value that being current in terms of our teams knowledge base and how this can add to projects and contribute to a an overall better built environment.
Building Surveying team members have additional qualifications in fire and performance based building codes to facilitate assessment of more complex performance solutions, promoting opportunities for economical design concepts.
Our goal is to make Essential Safety Measures management easier for our clients
to protect you and your assets.
What are Essential Safety Measures?
Essential Safety Measures (or ESMs for short) are the fire and life safety elements in commercial buildings that provide minimum levels of safety and protection to the occupants and the building.
Essential Safety Measures include but are not limited to:
- Fire safety equipment (portable fire extinguishers, fire hoses)
- Fixed elements (Fire safety doors, sprinkler systems, fire hydrants, fire hose reels)
- Fire control panels, alarm systems and building occupant warning systems
- Exit signage and Emergency Lighting
- Egress (Paths of travel to exits, discharge from exits, doors, exits)
- Building Elements, Elements, Fire Walls, Materials & Assemblies