About EAP Property Services

EAP Property Services Group was founded in 1992 by Robert Taylor FFB. Today Rob still leads a strong team of Surveyors, Architects, Engineers and Administration staff that combined, ensure you receive a platinum bespoke service. Rob has over 40 years experience in the construction industry and is a practising Expert Witness which has seen him write numerous reports and give oral evidence in Court on behalf of Defendants and Claimants.  This along with the teams individual expertise and strengths ensures EAP are at the forefront of this evolving industry which looks to continue in growth and development.

With offices in Colchester and Cambridge, we operate throughout Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk, Cambridgeshire, Kent and London, with the occasional instruction from overseas. Our client’s range from general public to Local Businesses, Companies, Developers and Local Authorities, some of which include: Tesco, Gatwick Airport, Primark and Colchester General Hospital to name a few.

EAP cover everything under one roof, taking away the daunting task of talking to different contacts and companies. Should you require a Surveyor, Engineer, Architect or perhaps all three, you have the simplicity and ease of dealing with one company and one contact, making your project simple and manageable for you.

With EAP Property Services covering Surveying & Building Design, and EAP Structural Services for Structural and Civil Engineering, EAP Envoy was then founded in 2003 to manage Loss Assessing & Claim Handling thus completing the group. Whether it is the perils of Fire, Flood, Subsidence or Water Damage, we understand the need to manage the expectations and provide the service and care expected by the Claimant, and for many years have negotiated complex claims with Insurance Companies and Loss Adjusters.

At EAP we always treat our clients as individuals remaining flexible in our attitude and listening carefully. This enables us to give the right assistance and guidance for all types of projects, no matter what their size or complexity.