The M&E clerk of works also known as a quality site inspector has a critical role to play in ensuring your building is compliant with the latest energy regulations, sustainable design and operation standards. Our team inspect and report on all areas of construction to help maintain quality standards, identify costly defects, delays and reduce risk.

M&E clerk of works duties include:

  • Acting as Supervisor as described under the NEC3/NEC4 ECC form of contract
  • Delivering a consistently high standard of quality control and supervision is maintained for each contract, via site visits, assessing contract implementation with due regard to building and health and safety legislation
  • Ensuring that installation, mechanical, electrical and construction standards are adhered to by contractors
  • Identifying technical problems on site, to recommend corrective action and issue directions as authorised under the contract
  • Liaising between the contractor, the project delivery team, and the client stakeholders and departments to ensure smooth running of the project on site
  • Maintaining records and data, operate and maintain information systems and undertake general administrative tasks
  • Preparing schedules of defects and certify rectification of snagging items
  • Independent witness testing of commissioning and keep appropriate records of results