clerk of works


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clerk of works

n
(Building) an employee who supervises building work in progress or the upkeep of existing buildings
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Further details of the Development and the Clerk of Works Appointment are set out in the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ).
Within 10 years he was clerk of works to the school board and supervised the building of the Central School, Calf Close Schools in Jarrow, and Hebburn Quay School.
The Clerk of Works Course is just under 2 years in length and comprises 4 months of science and math, 18 months of engineering design, and a 6-week attachment to industry.
Her colleague Bob Baker, is a licenciate of the Institute of Clerk of Works.
Seamus's ghost-busting efforts followed a bet from Brian Grennan, Wicklow County Council's clerk of works on the restoration.
Gray said of his working relationship with Duda: "I did some clerk of works for him when he built a development in Dumbarton Road when I was operating as an independent private clerk of works.
sportscotland is seeking to appoint a suitably experienced Clerk of Works to oversee and manage the works contract in respect of the redevelopment of accommodation at sportscotland Inverclyde National Centre.
Martin Fletcher, clerk of works at St Paul's Cathedral, added: "As ever, the guys at Stone have carried the work to the highest of standards we come to expect.
And he became clerk of works for the building of a new dairy for Reece's - part of the Lewis's group of companies - which was built behind the Adelphi Hotel.
I was working as clerk of works on a new housing development in Whitehouse Estate, Ipswich when this policy came in.
At the time of the collision Edwards, a retired clerk of works, was driving his wife Mabel to hospital at Bangor for cancer treatment.