Structural Due Diligence Reports

Over 40 years of practice, we at LeeMcCullough have accumulated extensive experience in assessing the structural requirements for both new and existing buildings. This expertise is invaluable when completing due diligence / pre-purchase projects as it enables us to report with confidence to our clients on the suitability / viability of a premises for their purposes.

A typical LeeMcCullough due diligence project would involve reporting under some or all of the following headings:

  • Foundations
  • Basement (where relevant)
  • Floors and floor loadings
  • Roof and roof loadings
  • Structural frame
  • Overall structural stability
  • Walls
  • Drainage and site works
  • Structural specifications
  • Planning Permission compliance (Engineering conditions)

Our reports include a full review based on the relevant documentation in conjunction with a visual inspection of the building, and would incorporate any necessary clarification from the Developer's Consultants where appropriate.

Structural Due Diligence Reports

Our "Due Diligence" Clients include :-

  • Bank of Ireland Asset Managers
  • Irish Life
  • Treasury Holdings
  • Royal and Sun Alliance
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Over many years of practice Structural Report ing has been a major constituent of the workload at LeeMcCullough - indeed our market research has indicated that client satisfaction in relation to the quality of our reports has been central to the success of our practice.

Structural matters we commonly report on include:

  • Inspections and Surveys
  • Due Diligence assessments
  • Pre-Purchase assessments
  • Condition Reports
  • Structural Impact assessments
  • Change of use / fit for purpose assessments
  • Feasibility studies
  • Damage / stability assessments
  • Expert witness / Litigation matters

Our reports will always address our client's 'purpose' in comprehensive but coherent terms and to the agreed timescale where merited / requested we append appropriate recommendations.