All projects undertaken by Bespoke AMG will include a Site Survey. A member of our team will arrange and attend the site at the beginning of the project. This initial visit is very important and is used to assess the viability of the proposed project and its installation; we will discuss details of the installation including finishes, options and time scales. We will assess and discuss how the project will be installed and the intended fixing methods that will be used to ensure the installation will be totally safe, secure and fit for purpose.
We would request that an appropriate member of your project team be available to show us around the site to enable us to establish: health and safety requirements; access for loading and unloading; and the practicality of transporting items across the site. We will discuss any specialist transporting or lifting gear that may be required for any of the glass or steelwork or alternative options that may be available.
After the initial site visit, we will provide you with technical CAD drawings enabling you to visualise your project and help give you a better understanding of what the end product will look like once it is completed and how it will be secured. These technical drawings will also provide you with the opportunity to amend any details of the design at an early stage, ensuring that you are confident that your visions are created to your exact specification and standards.
Once the designs have been agreed, and with the drawings approved, we will commence manufacture as soon as possible. We will provide a risk assessment and method statement (RAMS) of the project and finalise dates for the installation.
From the initial site visit, you will be introduced to the project manager from our team looking after your project. They will give you their contact details and be onsite to ensure the project runs smoothly.
A site visit will consist of the following:
- Introduction of our site operatives to your project personnel and site
- Initial assessment of the project and viability of the installation
- Discussion of health and safety requirements
- Establishment of loading times, routes and requirements
- Sharing of our Risk Assessment and Method Statements (RAMS)
- Discussion of design criteria and options
- Discussion of fixings and installation
- Taking and confirmation of dimensional measurements for the production of technical drawings which will be used to manufacture the component parts of your project.