Small Projects

Smaller projects can be just as complex with even more demanding clients and a high degree of risk. Designers working on smaller projects often require a broader knowledge, wide ranging skill set whilst having much more pressure on their time. Often torn between managing projects and small businesses it is essential that you have the information, tools and processes in place to maximise efficiency and manage risk but more importantly to free you up to focus on creative designs, satisfying clients and building your business.

Our tools

NBS can be an extension of your team, sharing our specialist knowledge, research and experience through our range of services and tools that enable you to produce robust specifications or schedules of work in less time. Specify a single domestic project from £60+VAT.

With NBS Building you can produce professional specifications more efficiently. Save time and reduce risk by using NBS Building on your projects.

NBS Scheduler allows you to deliver robust schedules of work and reference specification arranged by trades or space for refurbishment, alteration and small new build projects without bills of quantities.

With NBS Domestic Specification, for just £60.00+VAT per project, you can create specifications online, with essential NBS technical clauses and guidance written specifically for small domestic building projects.

NBS Building Regulations is an online resource that contains the official Approved Documents in an easy-to-use electronic format. Read more

A range of free tools, designed to allow collaboration between colleagues on a project team.

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