QUESTIONS FOR STRUCTURE 2
Is this structure new or existing?
The following assumptions have been made regarding this structure:
- You will not need to carry out any form of underpinning, foundation reinforcement or stabilisation work to the structure.
- The structure has never suffered from subsidence, heave or any other incidents which affected or compromised the structure and/or value of the property.
- The structure is not listed, or else if it is listed you have taken this into account when indicating the reinstatement cost, as the reinstatement cost of listed buildings may be higher than normal (we would advise that you obtain professional advice regarding the reinstatement cost of any listed building).
Do you require Site Insurance on this structure?
Do you require a Structural Warranty on this structure?
Do you plan to undertake work on the structure?
What best describes the project work on this structure?
What is the current stage of construction on this structure?
What best describes this existing structure?
What is the condition of the existing structure prior to works starting?
What is the predominant construction method of the new work on this structure?
What is the predominant material to be used for any new external walls?
Are there any new areas of flat-roof?
Please note any roof with less than a 10° pitch is considered to be a flat roof.
What roof covering will be used on this structure?
What will be the total number of storeys in this structure?
How many of these storeys will be below ground?
Will you be carrying out piling on this structure?
Is this structure on a sloping site, basement or part-basement?
Please provide details of any building on a sloping site/basement/part basement including materials used and tanking arrangements. If the development includes tanking work, we may require a separate 20 year insurance backed guarantee for materials and workmanship.