High Rise

“Michael Dyson Associates Ltd has unrivalled experience of assessing the structural condition of high rise blocks; since 1999 we have been providing innovative and cost effective solutions to repair, maintain and expand the life of these structures, improving thermal performance and aesthetics to the benefit of our clients and their residents”.

Our service includes supporting clients in assessing the structural resilience of both large panel systems (LPS) and framed blocks against accidental loading and effecting interventions to minimise the risk of progressive collapse. This issue has come very much to the fore following the Grenfell tragedy in 2017 and subsequent advice from Government.

Our Structural Engineers and Technicians are skilled and experienced in establishing the construction details and condition of all types of high rise blocks. We identify risk and determine the most appropriate solutions to repair and improve high rise blocks and work closely with stakeholders to provide innovative and sustainable solutions to improve the operational life, appearance and “street appeal” for this often unattractive element of our clients’ housing stock.

We provide many types of high rise assessment tailored to our clients’ individual needs, including:

  • Construction Audits
  • Structural Surveys
  • Investigation & Reporting of Building Defects
  • Design Calculations
  • Repair Solutions
  • Condition Surveys
  • Measured Surveys
  • M&E Surveys
  • Specialist Lift Surveys
  • CCTV & Drainage Surveys
  • Abseil Surveys
  • Drone Photography
  • Architectural Design
  • Option Appraisal
  • Fire Risk Assessment

For further information regarding our High Rise services contact: Andrew Robinson

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Michael Dyson Associates Ltd
01484 666888
Michael Dyson Associates Ltd
West House
West Yorkshire

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