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Since March 2014 Building Control (Amendment) Regulations of and the associated Code of Practice in Ireland have come into affect. As a multi discipliery team of Chartered Engineers & Chartered Surveyors Dublin Surveys can guide clients throughout the new 2014 Building Control Act.
The Builder must execute Part A of the Completion Certificate certifying that,
“having exercised reasonable skill, care and diligence that the works as completed have been constructed in accordance with the design documents submitted and reliant on this, the works are in compliance with Building Regulations”.
The Undertaking (submitted with the Commencement Notice) and the Completion Certificate are specifically required to be signed by a “Principal or Director of a building company only” and both documents provide an entry for the Builder’s “Construction Industry Register Ireland registration number”. A new registry of builders has been set up in this regard (www.ciri.ie). The registry is voluntary at present but may become mandatory in the near future.
The Assigned Certifier having inspected the building works during construction and provide a certificate of compliance on completion.
The Assigned Certifier must be a competent professional such as a:
Registered Building Surveyor.
Dublin Surveys team of chartered engineers and chartered surveyors provide all services to be met under the new building regulations criteria or as your chosen Assigned Certifier’ for your project:
The Completion Certificate, executed by both the Assigned Certifier and the Builder, must be submitted to the Building Control Authority.
Works or buildings cannot be “opened, occupied or used” until the relevant particulars of the Certificate of Compliance on Completion are entered on a statutory register to be kept by the Building Control Authority. However, the 2014 Regulations provide that the Completion Certificate may refer to:
“works, buildings, including areas within a building, or developments, including phases thereof…”, indicating that works can be completed in stages if necessary.
Dublin Surveys team of engineers and surveyors are on hand throughout the construction process to advise building owners & builders – ensuring a satisfactory completion certificate submission to your local BCA