Regional Building Control

Highly trained, professional team


We have worked on many projects in this market sector, including warehousing and manufacturing facilities.  Our wide ranging experience, technical capability and our ability to become an integral part of the design team, allows us to have a hands-on approach to ensure our clients delivery of compliant projects on time and within budget.

Case Studies

  • Kestrel Way, Woking

    At the time of construction this was the largest warehouse to be built in Woking.  The building, due to its size, fell within the parameters of the Local Surrey Act 1985.

  • Ocean Terminal, Southampton Docks

    We were pleased to be associated with Southampton's new Ocean Terminal. RBC were appointed by ABP and the architects Stride Treglown to provide full building control services from design stage to completion.

    Ocean Terminal was designed to service the new larger Cruise ships operating from the Port of Southampton and has the capabity to accommodate over 4,500 passengers.

  • Newquay Airport, Cornwall

    Bristow Helicopters Ltd won a £1.6bn, 10 year contract to operate the UK's search and rescue helicopter service on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency.  Under the new contract, 22 helicopters will operate from 10 locations around the UK including Newquay Cornwall Airport.

    RBC was appointed by Balfour Beatty, Bristow's infrastructure partner, to provide building control services for this £4.9 million project.  The project consists of a new hanger building with internal modular accommodation and associated infrastructure.  The base will go live on 1 January 2016.
  • Millennium City Park, Preston

    Situated on an industrial park East of Preston and adjacent to the M6, this project consists of three single storey industrial buildings with steel frame and insulated cladding.  One will be used as part cold store and the others were speculative buildings.  All have been built to a high specification in accordance with Part L2 Energy regulations.

    Frank Belshaw Design, Barnfield Construction
  • Daventry International Rail Freight (DIRFT)

    The most significant aspect to this project was the sheer size of the building. At 450 metres long, it is, we estimated, that the size is in excess of 12 football pitches.

    Tesco's new distribution centre in Daventry has access to the rail freight terminal, M1 and M6, and is perfectly positioned to take garments and white goods all over the country.

    RBC Ltd is the key building control provider for the Daventry 'DIRFT' Central project on both the shell and fit out, which is one of the many projects we've been involved with for John Sisk & Son Ltd. We managed and delivered the project on time and within budget and achieved excellent working relationships with the team through regular site inspections.

    We also took a pro-active approach and liaised with the Fire Authority in order to achieve a fire engineered solution as a result of the complexity of the project.

RICSConstruction Industry CouncilACAInqa 9001/14001/18001The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme

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