For us, the Global Technical Diagnosis represents more than mere compliance with regulations; it is also a useful decision-making tool, which allows the co-ownership to:
understand their legal and regulatory duties,
anticipate maintenance requirements for the building and equipment,
identify the required work that will be absolutely necessary over the next 10 years, including preventative work and improvements,
adopt an optimised work programme, taking into account possible crossovers between the different types of work, that is adapted to the specific financial and technical needs of the co-ownership and its inhabitants.
The ACCEO Global Technical Diagnosis, used as a key management tool, will optimise the management and enhancement of the building by applying a key principle: value for money.
To uphold our commitment, the methods applied must ensure an accurate evaluation, going above and beyond a simple assessment of the overall cost of conservation work.
The ACCEO Global Technical Diagnosis is therefore made up of a needs analysis, an evaluation of previous assessments and inspections, and an on-site audit. This focus on three different areas allows us to survey all the existing problems within the building and classify them in a single document.
For each problem, the different types of work (mandatory, necessary, preventative and improvement) will be analysed and prioritised according to urgency and paired with a cost estimate.
ACCEO's Global Technical Diagnosis allows co-ownerships to plan, prioritise and optimise the work to be carried out over the next 10 years.
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