Any building can operate with its initial licence providing it does not undergo relevant modifications or reforms. Tertiary buildings are living buildings, as they usually undergo continuous modifications either due to changes of tenants or due to new needs of the tenants. Any modification implies that it must be adapted to the regulations in force at the time of the modification. The problem arises if it is considered sufficiently relevant to require the adaptation of some installations of the entire building or, in the worst case, of all the installations.
The installations most often affected are:
Fire Protection
It does not usually require changes outside the scope of the activity, except in cases of extensions, which may require a new connection or tank.
Electrical installation
In older buildings it may be necessary to change all the wiring. In certain cases, it may even be necessary to act on switchboards and groups.
Air conditioning
Both the capacity of the machines and the state of the ducts may be affected by reforms and should be checked.
Evacuations and sectorisations:
These are not installations but are a very important part of the activity licences.
For all these reasons, it is essential to know the state and capacity for adaptation of the building installations in order to avoid economic surprises that make the planned modifications or extensions unviable.

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