David has worked in private practice since 1984 and became a Chartered Building Surveyor in 1989, bringing the benefits of his vast experience to his clients.
He has successfully delivered schemes for public and private clients including within the education, commercial and residential sectors.
He has a broad range of experience in project work developing schemes from inception to completion and on a wide range of values from low value to multi-million pound schemes.
David’s experience includes repair and dilapidations schemes, new build, extension and refurbishment, planned maintenance surveys, together with demolition and continuity management schemes. He also has considerable experience of condition survey programmes.
He has extensive knowledge of building pathology on repair schemes and has acted as an expert witness in building related defects. He has also acted as party wall surveyor and undertakes professional building surveying work.
David is currently working for a range of clients and is delivering projects as part of key framework agreements for the Prison Service, the University of Huddersfield and the University of Leeds.
He is an incorporated member of the Association of Project Safety with responsibility for the provision of principal designer and H&S consultancy services for a large number of key clients.
As a Diocesan Surveyor he has a wide range of experience in most areas of building surveying work, including a wealth of schemes concerning listed buildings.