Posted on 16 September 2015.

Tony Young, Head of Building Surveying at Neil Mason Associates, has been instructed as part of a national specialist team to provide Schedules of Condition for the Rugby World Cup 2015 stadia.

The project started with a survey of the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, with further visits scheduled for St James’ Park Newcastle and the Leicester City Stadium.

The schedules will record the condition of all stadia prior to the hospitality, broadcast, marketing and branding fit outs.

“We are very proud to be part of a select team of small practices dealing with this prestigious instruction,” says Tony Young, Head of Building Surveying at Neil Mason Associates. “It’s a great example of small practices, chosen not just for their specialist knowledge but also their responsiveness, working together in an efficient and effective way.”

The Schedules have been compiled on state-of-the-art RICS software on iPads which allows data from several surveyors to be quickly and easily compiled and reported back to the client.

For more information and photos, read Tony’s blog post.