BSRIA toolkit updates responsibilities of designers and contractors

BSRIA has developed a toolkit for designers and contractors covering handover, O&M manuals and project feedback. It runs to 114 pages and updates and combines TN15/95 ‘Handover information for building services’ and AG1/87.1 ‘Operating and maintenance manuals. It explains the legal obligations on construction professionals for providing information to the client on handover, the requirements of building logbooks and the process for providing operating and maintenance manuals. This guide also reflects the upcoming requirements for the energy certification of buildings.
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