As part of its continuing drive to raise standards and ensure compliance across the industry, MCRMA has established an Independent Roofing and Cladding Inspectors Group. Members of this group can provide guidance at the design stage and monitor the on-site assembly and construction of quality and reliable roofing and cladding assemblies within the non-domestic building sector.
This group will provide a focus for clients who wish to be associated with thermally efficient, reliable and sustainable buildings.
The recognised independent inspectors can provide advice about the requirements of the Building Regulations, in particular the revisions to Part L2 and they can also ensure that the finished building reflects the parameters set out and agreed at the design stage. In addition, members of the group can provide detailed advice about on-going maintenance, building refurbishment and repair. Inspectors also provide advice and building status reports connected with tenancy agreements and can provide expert witness statements or become involved in mediation if disputes arise.
The inspectors are listed opposite and you can find out more about each member by clicking on their name. You can download the complete list of inspectors here.
Whilst the information in the independent roofing and cladding inspectors section is believed to be correct at the time of publication, it is the responsibility of the customer to satisfy themselves as to the suitability of an individual inspector for advice on a particular project. Any contractual arrangement is a matter for the customer and the inspector and the Metal Cladding and Roofing Manufacturers Association Limited and its member companies cannot be held liable for the advice given.