This structural documentation (architectural drawings and documentation) looks at the design – the functionality, economy, durability and constructability of a new building.
This act introduces new obligations for professionals working on Class 2 buildings. This requires careful consideration of the liability and risk implications of DBP Act when negotiating contracts and services.
This involves an experienced civil and structural engineer accurately finding and reporting the main cause(s) of damage to a building and structures. This involves an experienced civil and structural engineer accurately finding and reporting the main cause(s) of damage to a building and structures.
This report will document the current condition of a property prior to the construction of an adjacent building.
Often there’s a need for a registered structural engineer to inspect and produce a report that shows any signs of cracks in the walls, sagging in the ceiling, uneven floors of doors and windows not closing.
Structural opinion reports will identify the root cause of damage that is found so that the court can consider an expert’s opinion as part of the evidence presented.
The structural engineer inspects and records any structural defects and assesses if the building is structurally sound. A structural engineering report is then prepared, providing advice as to the cause of the problem and making recommendations for repairs.
Getting a dilapidation report done on the properties around you can avoid costly disputes that may arise from your neighbours claiming damages due to the result of the construction work done on your property.
Does your property have a significant defect and need an independent opinion and a possible solution? Save time and money with a report prepared by a highly qualified, independent building and design expert.
This is a document required by the NCAT or NSW District & Supreme Court system that outlines the Applicants’ and Respondents’ evidence with cost estimates for labour and material regarding building defects, incomplete works or variations to the building contract