You are free to choose a residential building for the site visit Task 1 – Principal summative task Write a diagnostic report (not a building/condition survey) focusing on the investigation of a significant defect in your chosen building. Your investigation should concentrate on a major form of deterioration, such as dampness, bio- deterioration or structural movement, not minor problems or lack of maintenance issues. (approximate word count: 3,500 words) Your investigation should: 1. identify the defect through a written description, digital images and sketches and by indicating its location on either a floor plan or an elevation drawing; 2. explain in detail the symptoms of the defect affecting the element and propose a reasoned hypothesis as to its nature; 3. collect and critically analyse any data relevant to the defect, such as information derived and analysed from relevant authoritative research and/or practice-based evidence, discussions with the building manager or occupants and any other relevant data you can gather; 4. either, if you are able to, obtain data on the defect from suitable diagnostic equipment such as (but not limited to) a moisture meter, borescope or thermographic camera, infrared thermography, endoscopes, graduated tell-tales, calcium carbide testing and/or drones etc. 5. Your inclusion of such data should be accompanied by a table which outlines a critical analysis of the benefits and the limitations of the technology you have employed. This table should be aimed at providing concise communication of your evaluation to a fellow building professional; 6. or if you are unable to obtain and use suitable diagnostic equipment such as that identified in the previous point, you must provide a table which identifies a suitable diagnostic technology which, in your judgment, would be useful to strengthen your diagnosis. You must explain the requirements of the testing in a table, which must also outline a critical analysis of the benefits and the limitations of the technology you would have employed. This table should be aimed at providing concise communication of your evaluation to a fellow building professional; 7. consider and identify the likely causes of the defect and carefully evaluate the evidence you have used to base your diagnosis (including that drawn from reliable, researched external evidence); 8. explain the likely implications of, and risks associated with, such deterioration (including a consideration of consequential damage); 9. critically analyse and prescribe suitable therapy/remedial measures, including any preventative measures, to rectify the identified defect and to minimise any consequential failure in the short and long term. All of the above will require that you identify, gather, analyse and evaluate relevant, authoritative and up-to-date research-based and professional evidence to contextualise your inspection observations. Images and sketches are an essential evidential source. These should be integrated appropriately into the body of your report, not into appendices – in order to effectively communicate your analysis in a professional quality report. If you do not have immediate access to such a property, you need to identify opportunities for doing so – be resourceful. If you are not currently working in a relevant context, this could be a daunting prospect. You could use this opportunity as a chance to make and develop contact with a relevant property professional in your locality to support you in this assignment (for example to shadow a surveyor on an inspection). Other possibilities are using your own property, or that of a friend or relative; use your own place of work; or identify suitable publicly accessible buildings. Task 2 – Professional Reflective Evaluation (approximate word count: 500 words) Your evaluation should address the following questions: • What you have learned about inspecting for, and diagnosing defects as a result of this assignment and your experience on this module? • What will you take into professional practice from this experience?
You work for a surveyor’s practice and have been asked to provide professional advice by Scala Logistics. The tenant, Scala Logistics, have written to you requesting a report setting out what their obligations are likely to be once the lease terminates on 31 August 2022. They want to know what liabilities they may have, how they can avoid such liabilities and ensure that any potential dilapidation claim made against them by the landlord is kept to a minimum. Although the company Scala Logistics have various industrial units around the country which are leased they have employed new property manager who is unsure as to the processes involved when it comes to a dilapidations claim. Your practice has never worked with Scala Logistics and therefore there is potential for future work with this company. Your professional report should: • describe to Scala Logistics what dilapidations are and what they represent. • critically analyse the relevant clauses in the Lease that would have an effect on any dilapidations claim and advise Scala Logistics accordingly. • evaluate what is required to ensure compliance with those lease clauses and inform Scala Logistics accordingly. • formulate a proposal to Scala Logistics to ensure that they are able to protect their position against any potential claim that could be made against them. • advise Scala Logistics on the procedures that are likely to be carried out by Struans and Company as the end of the lease approaches when it comes to a dilapidation claim. • cover any areas of uncertainty and ambiguity. Your advice needs to follow the rules of professional conduct when it comes to the dilapidations process and your report should be written in a professional style expected of a chartered surveyor.
John Portman and Associates (JPA) have constructed urban enclaves all over the world. JPA projects include the city of San Diego. The City of San Diego is currently undergoing an Urban Quarter Expansion. Watch the video below on John Portman: John Portman, A Life in Building https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OiIP21B8hDw The Capstone Project Design In the Capstone Project for this course students will propose a model for the next phase, completion or expansion of the San Diego Urban Quarter. JPA has provided suitable narratives for all of their projects in the city of San Diego. Students are encouraged to review the narratives to guide their development. The concept should be innovative, ecologically dynamic, address safety and health issues, transportation and potential growth demands etc. The students audience for this proposal are the city planners, local government officials and the public. The setting for the presentation of this document is a forum similar to a legislative board meeting. This project should be completed in Times New Roman, 12 point font, in APA format (6th edition) and be between 7 – 10 pages in length. The project requires a header, page numbers, a title page, an abstract and reference sheet. The title page, abstract and reference sheets are not included in the total pages in length. The project must include at least four references. The text Urban Pattern may be included as a reference along with the JPA website. Wikipedia, EHow or other type of unverified sources are not appropriate.
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LONDON DEVELOPMENT PROJECT As a member of the Development Team for WestProp Developments Ltd you have been asked to search for, select and assess a suitable site to be purchased by the company in Central London. The site should be located within one of the Inner London boroughs. You are required to assess the site’s suitability for a new mixed-use development to include a primary element of min. 10,000 to max. 20,000 sq ft of new office space and ancillary residential or retail use. The budget allocated for this new development is maximum £50m based on equity and debt including the purchase of the site and completion of the proposed development. ASSIGNMENT 1: DEVELOPMENT FEASIBILITY REPORT Initially WestProp are looking to find a suitable site and require a written report that covers the following aspects: • Client Context – risk appetite and development objectives; • A Site Overview including but not limited to – current use, planning history, clear location and maps, etc; • Evaluation of the national, regional and local policy relating to planning, transport and environmental matters relevant to the commercial sector and likely to affect decisions on your selected development site. • Market analysis supporting choice of site and the use types (office, residential and/or retail); • Massing Proposal including proposed layout (footprint + number of floors – these do not require a detailed architectural layout or drawings) taking into considering options to demolish existent building and redevelop the site or keep part of the structure and refurbish/expand with a modern sustainable building concept that meets the planning requirements of the local authority; • A Project Time Line; • Conclusions and Recommendations (full information attached)
You are required to compose a Consultant Report evaluating the effective application of modern valuation methods in a chosen organisation in the UK to meet their practical and ethical needs. You have to provide a reasoned explanation of the differing bases of valuation used and suggest the methodology that should be used to arrive at the opinion of value. You have to develop a critical analysis/evaluation on the potentials and barriers in the innovative adoption of modern methods in valuation. (full explanation attached)
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Your research project report is expected to: • provide a clear indication of the purpose and importance of your research and how you conducted your investigation; • involve analysis as well as a description, demonstrating your ability to construct, explain and justify your own perspective on the issues; • organise and present facts and data clearly, and offer coherent arguments built from them; • relate facts and data to theory and practice discussed in the course; • summarise concisely all the main points you discuss, offering any insights, recommendations or conclusions; • recognise gaps and deficiencies in the research, indicating where further work is required; • be written in a professional style, making appropriate use of English, with correct grammar, spelling, paragraphing and referencing; • submitted in accordance with the ‘Guidance and submission notes for Assessment 2’ set out below.