Peter has been involved in multitudinous types of construction undertakings, from building furniture to designing and contracting his own multi-unit buildings, for about the last 25 years, over 15 years of that as a professional architect, and has a variety of experiences doing creative design and ideation for industries from construction to telecom to insurance and banking.
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Peter is an extremely intelligent, creative, critical and organized thinker with a broad educational background at the university level in everything from the...
I currently offer the following services and am available to perform them anywhere in East Asia or Australia at my current billing rate plus travel expenses for any services required to be performed outside of Singapore. I am a fully insured professional consultant.
Construction Inspection Services
One of the most difficult tasks for property owners, architects and designers is selecting the proper contractor for a construction or renovation project and ensuring that they are doing the work according to the construction drawings and up to adequate life safety, mechanical and structural standards. I offer Construction Inspection packages tailored to every specific situation and need. The typical package includes the following:
1. Detailed review of Construction Drawings & Specifications for potential problems and inconsistencies prior to bidding to reduce extra costs and unforeseen problems during construction.
2. Preparation of a customized Construction Bid Analysis Report (download sample here) comparing all proposals line item by line item in a single format so that you can see clearly what is being offered by each party and which items may possibly be excluded from each, or all, of the proposals.
3. Monitoring the progress of the project via periodic inspections (minimum 1 at completion of mechanical work, maximum weekly, depending upon the needs of the client) and preparing a brief report about any problems found and their recommended solutions. Many clients...
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