Building Consultancy

Levy offers detailed strategic advice using bespoke reporting formats to produce different levels of schedule to suit your exact requirements.

Planned Preventative Maintenance Programmes (PPMP) identify and quantify a programme of works to the fabric and services of a building over a prescribed period of time – usually 5-20 years. An accurate PPM survey provides information to enable the preparation of a bespoke plan of action to ensure that a building’s condition (and therefore its value as an asset) is preserved, or even increased.

From broad overviews to detailed schedules of works, our reports can be costed to assist in financial budgeting. Recognising that reliable cost estimations are vital for ongoing budget forecasting, we base our costs on the latest industry-recognised pricing data and our extensive, relevant knowledge and experience across the commercial, industrial and residential sectors.

Our bespoke reports assist owners and facilities management teams to successfully manage the maintenance of their assets. The reports encompass the building fabric, common parts and public realm areas.

Case Studies

King’s Cross Central, London

Levy has been instructed by the King’s Cross Estate to manage the 30-year planned maintenance and asset renewal programme across the 26-acre development.

Our team has surveyed all of the public realm areas and continue to work closely with the client to update the captured data as the built assets reach completion.

 

Harley Street

Levy was instructed to prepare a five-year Planned Preventative Maintenance Programme (PPMP) for this prestigious residential development on Harley St. The PPMP identified all the works that would be required over that period to maintain the condition of the building and therefore its value as an asset. As well as highlighting all the essential works, we drew on our extensive experience to suggest potential improvement works including a complete overhaul of the common areas and replacement of the existing windows.

Levy case study - Harley Street