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In the advanced stage of the proceedings, a very important phase occurs. Due diligence is a fundamental step prior to the acquisition, the refurbishment or the reconversion of your property. Due diligence aim is to certify the suitability of the building for its intended use and reinsuring the future owner and the financial institutions of the feasibility of their investment.

Confirm Constructii runs due diligence reports with a very transparent purpose of assessing development risks. The review covers the full documentation of the project: from property titles to building & functioning authorizations, permits and technical certifications.


Building surveys, as well as due diligence reports, are another very important phase which precede a major investment in the lifecycle of a property. A deep and precise analysis is performed to reveal the complete status quo of the building’s physical and technical condition: the foundation, roof, HVAC, electrical, plumbing, vertical transportation, and building envelope (windows and walls) and so on. The full diagnosis of the building’s systems highlights can materially affect the value of the building.

Confirm Constructii team concludes the findings in a list of irregularities and potential threats, comes with correct proposed solutions, a schedule and an implementation budget, accompanied by the best and the worse scenarios on the performance of the building, the forecasted savings and the increased market value of the asset.


Feasibility studies are a very strong strategic instruments in the assessment of a future investment. The studies focus on the business goals of the building, aiming to evaluate their probability to be achieved on a certain prerequisite, factoring all construction and property-related risks.

Confirm Constructii grants its Clients dispassionate view on net maintenance costs, recommends appropriate building solutions, enhances environmental standards and highlights legal restraints. The project team updates the estimated costs of the project and compares the overall financial efforts to the expected, long-term outcomes, endorsing the most suitable development strategy.

Site inspector

The complexity of the construction field requires the checking of a variety of aspects. Regardless of the size of the future building, we must always consider the legislative elements.

One of the major aspects that the Law 10/1995 regulates is the requirement of the state approve, of a site inspector, when executing any type of construction work. Whether we are discussing civil or industrial construction, you are legally required by above mentioned law, to hire such a person. Therefore, we invite you to find out what is the role of the site inspector and his attributions.

The role of a site inspector

The site manager is an engineer authorized and qualified by the State Inspectorate for Construction to supervise how a construction project is carried out. Depending on the type of works (construction, roads, etc.), the beneficiary must hire such as qualified site inspectors.

Equally, he is a construction specialist employed by the beneficiary of the project in question. Also, the site inspectors constantly check that the works are executed correctly, being the one that guarantees the quality of the construction project.

Authorization domain / subdomain code Authorization domain / subdomain
1. Consolidation and restoration of historical monuments – all categories of importance
2. Civil, industrial and agricultural constructions
2.1. Civil, industrial and agricultural constructions – category of importance D
2.2. Civil, industrial and agricultural constructions – category of importance C
2.3. Civil, industrial and agricultural constructions – category of importance B
2.4. Civil, industrial and agricultural constructions – category of importance A
3. Roads, bridges, tunnels, aviation runways, cable transport
3.1. Roads, bridges, tunnels, aviation runways, cable transport of national interest
3.2. Roads, bridges, tunnels, aviation runways, cable transport of county interest
3.3. Roads, bridges, tunnels, aviation runways, cable transport of local interest
4. Railways, subways, trams
5. Hydrotechnical works
5.1. Hydrotechnical works – category of importance D
5.2. Hydrotechnical works – category of importance C
5.3. Hydrotechnical works – category of importance B
5.4. Hydrotechnical works – category of importance A
6. Construction and communal household
7. Land improvement works
8. Construction installations (category of importance A, B, C şi D)
8.1. Electrical installations
8.2. Sanitary installations, thermal ventilation
8.3. Natural gas installations
9. Networks
9.1. Electrical networks
9.2. Thermal and sanitary networks
9.3. Telecommunications networks
9.4. Natural gas networks
9.5. Networks for the transport of petroleum products

The duties of a site inspector

Taking into account the fact that the construction of a building involves the inclusion of various elements, the site inspectors oversee the compliance with the norms of resistance and stability, safety in operation and fire, human health, environmental protection, thermal and waterproofing insulation, as well as protection against noise.

Therefore, its attributions differ depending on the 3 main phases of the project: the preparation phase of the works, the execution phase and the reception phase.

The main attributions of the site inspector in the preparation phase of the works

  • verifies the existence of all the legal documents in accordance with the law in force, as follows
  • checks the agreement between the project and what is written in the construction permit;
  • takes over the site and fixed points, free of encumbrance, and hand them over to the constructor;
  • advises the contractor the designated land for organizing the site;
  • participates in the general drawing of the construction and in establishing the landmarks along with the designer and the constructor;
  • studies the project, specifications, technologies and procedures established for the construction;
  • checks that the determinant phases of the construction, as well as the control program of the designer, exist in the project;
  • can participate in the preparation of tenders for the realization of the project where appropriate;
  • check that all the design elements (written and drawings) in the project are correlated.

The main attributions of the site inspector in the execution phase of the works

  • supervises the construction in accordance with the technical project, specifications, contract and the technical and legislative norms in force;
  • verifies the quality of the materials used and ensures that the execution technology of the work specified in the project documents is respected;
  • prohibits the use of unauthorized workers and materials inappropriate to the project in question;
  • performs permanent checks regarding the quality of the on-going construction projects;
  • participates in the verification of the determinant phases of the construction and ensures that the construction contractor summons a representative of the Territorial Inspection in Construction;
  • proposes solutions regarding the nonconformities that appeared during the work and sends them to the designer;
  • ensures that the conditions and measures imposed by the designer or the authorities are respected;
  • completes the technical book of construction based on the documents received from the designer and contractor;
  • supervise the decommissioning of the organization works of the site setup and hand over the land to the owner.

The main attributions of the site manager in the reception phase of the works

  • organizes the secretariat of the reception commission;
  • participates in the reception of the construction and prepares the reception documents of the project;
  • puts at the disposal of the reception commission all the documents provided by the law in force and drawn up during the development of the construction (construction book);
  • supervises the resolution of the objections specified in the annexes of the reception minutes;
  • handover to the investor the receipt documents, the technical book of the construction and all the technical and economic documents.
  • If you are in the situation of starting a construction, Confirm Constructii team is ready to offer you the best site management services, so that you have the long-term project finished properly.


Developers are primarily responsible for creating and maintaining a safe and healthy workplace, both on the site, during construction works, as well as on the finalized premise, for all of its future beneficiaries. Basically, we take over the role of the HSE coordinator of the beneficiary according to HG300 / 2006 regarding the minimum safety and health requirements for temporary or mobile sites. According to Art. 7. of the HG 300/2006, when it’s talking about several contractors, one main contractor and one or more subcontractors, the beneficiary must appoint a coordinator in the field of safety and health during the accomplishment of the work. Confirm Constructii expertise on health & safety supports Clients with mandatory tasks such as:

  • Designing, providing and maintaining a secure place of work that has safe access and egress, and uses equipment that is safe and without risk to health.
  • Managing and conducting all work activities so as to ensure the safety, health and welfare of people at work (including the prevention of improper conduct or behavior likely to put employees at risk).
  • Prevention of risks from the use of any article or substance, or from exposure to physical agents, noise, vibrations or other radiations.