Paul Crowe Bsc Hons MRICS is a Chartered Building Surveyor and Project Manager with 14 years’ experience within the construction industry. Having worked in London for DTZ and Dohertybaines. Paul moved back North in 2015 to work for Savills as an Associate Director.
He has a broad spectrum of experience in both Project Management and Landlord and Tenant services in commercial, retail and industrial sectors. Paul has worked with a number of institutional, insurance and pension fund clients.
We work with both tenants and landlords to assess, cost, negotiate and agree dilapidations claims.
We deal with dilapidations issues across a broad range of property types – from a single floor to portfolios of hundreds of properties.
Our dilapidation services include assessments of potential dilapidations liabilities, negotiation of dilapidations disputes for landlords and tenants, lease interpretation and advice, expert witness opinions.Find out more
Our cost consultancy works alongside the project team providing cost certainty to stakeholders and ensuring successful delivery. We manage any change throughout the project and keep the stakeholders informed of cost change and any foreseeable risks accounted for. We have a large data pool of costs to ensure accuracy in reporting to stakeholders.Find out more
New Build & Refurbishment
Project Management requires a proactive and hands on approach with all parties involved throughout the project process. Any aspects of the project not controlled effectively can have cost and programme delays. We ensure projects are ran effectively, within programme and budgets whilst managing the expectations of all stakeholders.
Our Chartered Surveyors have a vast amount of experience and the right skill set to manage a successful project throughout the UK. Working within commercial, industrial, leisure and retail projects in both new build and refurbishment projects.Find out more
Construction Design Management
Health and Safety starts at the implantation of the project and goes on after the project. Brawdia ensure a project is ran efficiently and cost effectively and coordinating Health & Safety with the project team. Brawdia have experience and provide services as a Principle Designer in commercial, industrial and leisure sectors and ensuring the Health & Safety legislation is adhered to by all parties.Find out more
Technical Due Diligence
Technical due diligence is the structured review, analysis, investigation and gathering of information about the physical characteristics of a property and/or land.
Put into a technical due diligence report, these can be used by a prospective buyer, occupier or financer to make an informed assessment of any risks from a technical perspective.
The process can identify any defects, damage or deficiencies that could impact on the asset’s value or the safety of occupants in the short, medium and long term.Find out more
Highly experienced and qualified, we are experts in co–ordinating projects with other professionals to ensure all works are completed efficiently, in compliance with quality and regulatory standards, and with minimum disruption.
Key elements include clients, contractors, design, procurement, planning, budget, project lifecycle, quality and financial controls, document management, contract administration, commissioning completion and handover, and managing defect periods.
We can also plan, manage and co–ordinate health-and-safety requirements under CDM Regulations 2015.Find out more
Project monitoring focuses on protecting the client’s interests by identifying and advising on the risks associated with acquiring an interest in a development that is not under their direct control. Project monitoring is also known as development monitoring or acting as the bank, funder or tenant’s surveyor.
We offer project monitoring to a range of client types including funding institutions, which acquire development schemes as an investment on completion, tenants or purchasers committed to leasing or buying a property upon completion, development finance companies, grant funders, PFI funders and end-users. Project monitoring considers the developer and its chosen design and construction team’s performance in a pro-active and timely manner, keeping the client informed to make the best decisions.Find out more