The journey to transform an idea into a building breaks down into five independent but interlinked Stages.
Stage Four: Utilise
Living the Life
The start of Stage Four is a momentous moment in the journey of your project because it is the point at which your building is ready for you to use. However, there are still a number of things that need to take place before your project can be considered fully completed.
This Stage involves:
- Checking the building regularly to ensure everything is working correctly and actioning any necessary work.
- Commissioning professional photographs to celebrate completion of the project.
- Getting detailed feedback from you to help us continually learn and improve.
- Returning to site after 12 months to carry out an inspection and making sure that any defects are ‘made good’ before finalising the final account.
- Issuing the final certificate that confirms that all works are complete, all defects have been made good and all monies have been paid.
Here are the steps we follow
- Managing the Rectification Period
- Documentation, Listening, Learning & Feedback
- Making Good of Defects
- Final Certificate
- Living the Life