Technical Due Diligence



Technical Due Diligences (TDD) are typically carried out when Client intends using the existing buildings for future projects. TDD particularly consists of a review of the actual buildings technical state including a cost estimation of identified defects and designs of their removal.

All identified defects are being assessed as per their seriousness and are being added with a qualified investment costs estimation for their removal.

TDD can also cover a building review from legal point of view (building conformity with valid construction standards). This is being provided by creating a summary and analyse of the most important issued permits including identification of possible neglects or related risks.

Our services may also include assessment of environmental risks, Environmental Due Diligence. This is being provided by commenting the project in terms of possible site contamination risks and environmental impacts assessed on the basis of available documentation.

We carry out TDDs for land on behalf of prospective Purchaser which include Technical Assessment (Design & Construction), permitting and extension possibilities, snagging and CAPEX. As part of TDD services we offer site review, assessment of its current condition from the various points of view such as architectural, structural, MEP, fire safety and external façade checking.  All of these are being reported including a photo documentation.