Buildings, Properties and Real Estate
The Buildings, Properties and Real Estate sector is a vibrant and multifaceted industry that plays a pivotal role in shaping the built environment we live and work in.
This diverse sector encompasses a wide range of activities, from commercial and residential property development to the management of existing structures and the intricacies of real estate transactions. At BES Group, our expert suite of risk management services helps our clients’ building, property, and real estate projects run smoothly, remain compliant with all the relevant regulations, and most importantly, keep them and their people safe.
Explore our specialist services
From electrical inspections ensuring compliance and safety to statutory inspections designed to keep your properties in peak condition, our comprehensive offerings are designed to elevate your projects and keep your people safe. Explore the depth of our expertise and discover how our services help to meet the unique demands of this dynamic sector.
Heavy Lifting Solutions
Bridges and Structures
Geotechnical and Construction
Structural Investigations, Testing and NDT
Why choose us
From concept to completion, BES Group offers support that adapts to your unique needs. Whether it's regulatory compliance, sustainability integration, or improving thermal efficiency, we've got you covered.
Your safety, our priority
Safety isn't just a checkbox; it's a commitment. With BES Group, rest assured that your projects are in secure hands. We prioritise the well-being of your team and the protection of your assets
Time is money, especially in real estate. BES Group brings a fresh perspective to project efficiency, minimising downtime, optimising processes, and ensuring your endeavours stay on track and on budget.
Did you know...
of a commercial budlings heat is lost through the buildings envelope. A typical commercial building could save around £2,500 per year on its energy bills by improving its insulation.
factory fires in the UK were caused by faulty electrical appliances and leads in 2020/21.
enforcement actions taken by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) for LOLER and PUWER non-compliance. These enforcement actions resulted in an estimated £12 million in fines and other costs for businesses.