Objectives of the Building Inspections

The building inspections aim to adapt the activities to the concrete conditions of the construction market by fulfilling their duties and the responsibilities, which relate to the country’s economic development and the achievement of sectoral policies in the field as part of the national development programs.

The Main Objectives

Monitoring the implementation of the regulatory framework and regulatory fields:

•    Construction quality in all stages of conception, design, execution, acceptance to use and post-use, regardless of the form of ownership or destination of the building for the application of mandatory rules established by the laws in force;

•    Town and country planning discipline;

•    The authorisation and execution of construction works;

•    Market surveillance of construction products in accordance with harmonised regulations transposing Directive EEC specific;

•    Time performance monitoring and reception of building inspections;

•    Authorisation of the project supervisors and the technical execution;

•    Approval of laboratories of analysis and testing in construction;

•    Implementation of quality management system of construction;

•    Resolving claims and complaints received from citizens in relation to issues of quality and safety of the constructions, the legality of issuing building permits;

•    Approval of technical and economic documents for the objectives publicly funded;

•    Tracking the ongoing programs and projects in the Ministry of Regional Development and Public Administration, which aim to:

o    Reduce existing regional imbalances by encouraging competitiveness and revitalising disadvantaged areas;

o    Balanced regional development by linking national development policy to sectoral public policies for local development: infrastructure and transport, increased employment, rural development, education and health environment;

o    Creating and upgrading tourism infrastructure for the exploitation of the natural resources and improve the quality of tourism services through partnership between the ministry and local authorities;

o    Conservation and restoration of landmarks that are part of national and universal cultural heritage and related infrastructure;

o    Combining direct protection of the state with the forms of protection offered by associative market for construction products;

o     Stimulating the capacity of individual self and consumer associations, so that it becomes the main way of protection;

o    Improve the efficiency of the state in terms of direct and indirect protection of consumers by market research, consumer information and education;

o    Adapting specific legislation to mobilise potential banking and guarantee funds to support development programs both in terms of financial and management expertise;

o    Human resource development and enhancement of the potential for cooperation with the private sector and the local education system.

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