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Why use a civil engineer for a residential project?
National Home Builder Registration Council (NHBRC)
*the level of supervision and responsibility of works are determined during appointment phase.
Banks will only release a bond to a Home Owner if the Home Owner agrees to construct the new home in accordance with building regulations and NHBRC requirements. It is also wise to set payment milestones with the appointed contractor that correlates with the issue of engineering certificates.
What information should I send to an engineer?
Details of the following:
Stand/erf number and Area
The Latest plans of the structure
Pdf and DWG format (your architect will know what DWG format is)
Geotechnical information, this is depending on the project type. Geotechnical information can be acquired from the estate or developer. It may be required to conduct further site surveys if no information is available. We can we can assist you with the acquisition of a geotechnical report.
Starting Dates and estimated construction time
Your builder is supposed to supply this information. This can also be determined in the design phase.