What Is a Dilapidation Survey?


A dilapidation survey also called a structural survey is the review of an existing structural condition of surrounding structures and infrastructure before a construction, demolition or development starts. All faults such as cracks, distortion, leakages, cracks and other building imperfections are recorded in written notes and photographs.
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