Final Inspections

Mandatory Final Inspections of Buildings and of Road Infrastructure

DEKRA assists our customers with final inspections of buildings and road infrastructure to meet the requirements of all relevant national building laws.

The benefits you get from Mandatory Final Inspections of Buildings

  • Save money and time in obtaining a building occupancy permit

  • Ensures all construction work meets the requirements of national building laws

  • Access to specialist inspectors with all the required licenses

  • Fast and reliable service customized to meet your specific needs

  • Demonstrably meets all standards and legal requirements

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About Mandatory Final Inspections of Buildings

National building regulations in each country require a final inspection of the execution of building or road infrastructure construction. DEKRA provides the mandatory final inspections of buildings and road infrastructure. After the signing of an execution certificate by national or local authorities, the building is then released for use.

DEKRA’s inspectors carry out final inspections, after which they issue a protocol confirming the completed works. The investor is then allowed to report the completion of the works to the local authorities and apply for a building usage permit.

After the final construction inspection is carried out by DEKRA’s inspectors, our client receives a full list of detected non-conformities. On the basis of this list, our client can ask the general contractor to remove all non-conformities before asking the national authorities to carry out a mandatory final inspection.

DEKRA’s mandatory final technical inspection of road infrastructure verifies:

  • Completeness and compliance of as-built documentation with changes introduced during construction
  • Compliance of the performed works with the construction project
  • Completeness of work performed
  • Compliance of the materials used with the design requirements and legislation
  • List of the defects found is prepared, identified defects must be rectified by the contractor before being reported for acceptance by the building authorities
  • Inspections of fire escape routes
  • Embankment control
  • Road culvert control
  • Final geodetic control
  • Control of tarmac layers
  • Control of drainage installations
  • Control of electrical installations
  • Control of the horizontal and vertical signs

DEKRA’s mandatory final technical inspection of buildings verifies:

  • Completeness and compliance of as-built documentation with changes introduced during construction,
  • Compliance of the works carried out with the construction project
  • Completeness of work performed
  • List of the defects found is prepared, which must be rectified by the contractor before being reported for acceptance by the building authorities
  • Fire protection, firefighting, evacuation and other systems that affect the safety a use of the facility is tested.
  • Inspections of fire escape routes
  • Control of executed walls
  • Control of reinforced concrete elements
  • Control of steel structure
  • Control of thermal insulation
  • Control of finishing works (tiles, dry gypsum walls and ceilings)
  • Roof cover control
  • Control of sanitary installations
  • Control of electrical installations
  • Control of the roof covering
  • Ventilation control

After a positive final inspection of the work carried out by the investor supervision inspector, the investor is then allowed to send a notification of the completion of the work to the construction authorities and applies for an occupancy permit.

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