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OUR REMEDIATION PROCESS

STAGE 1 

INSPECTION & REPORT

  • Conduct holistic defect investigation, starting with visual inspection, instrument readings, and minor intrusive investigations.

  • Prepare a detailed investigative report with illustrative evidence, technical summary of defects, causes, future implications, and rectification methodology.

  • Assess defect patterns and propose cost-effective remediation strategies for the entire building.

  • Provide recommendations for short-term, medium-term, long-term, and general building maintenance works.

  • Report safety hazards observed during site inspection.

  • Stage 1 reports serve as building diagnostic documents for owners.

STAGE 2

TECHNICAL REPAIR SPECIFICATION

  • Prepare Engineering Designs, Calculations, Drawings, and Technical Methodology Specifications for selected Remedial Works.

  • Ensure compliance with National Construction Code/Building Code of Australia, Australian Standards, and Work Health and Safety Standards.

  • Serve as the basis for Tender Documents and future Contracts for Works.

  • Set strict requirements for technical aspects, ensuring the highest industry standards.

STAGE 3

TENDER MANAGEMENT

  • Prepare the contract using AS 4905-2002 or AS 4000-1997, or NSW Fair Trading Contract.

  • Include additional Special Conditions to clarify ambiguities and elevate construction standards.

  • Issue the contract for review and feedback by both parties.

  • Implement changes as instructed and review the signed contract by both parties.

STAGE 4

CONTRACT PREPARATION

  • Prepare the contract using AS 4905-2002 or AS 4000-1997, or NSW Fair Trading Contract.

  • Include additional Special Conditions to clarify ambiguities and elevate construction standards.

  • Issue the contract for review and feedback by both parties.

  • Implement changes as instructed and review the signed contract by both parties.

STAGE 5

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

  • Act as Consulting Engineer, Client-side Project Manager, and Superintendent during the construction phase.

  • Issue official directions to ensure project success.

  • Review builder documents for compliance with statutory requirements.

  • Conduct technical site inspections and certify hold points.

  • Hold regular meetings to discuss project progress and technical aspects.

  • Respond to RFI’s and issue technical Site Instructions and contractual Directions.

  • Assess Progress Claims, verify quantities, and review Extension of Time claims and Variations.

  • Review handover documentation and certificates.

  • Prepare Defects List, review defect rectification, and certify Practical Completion.

  • Certify release of Contract Securities.

D&BP

DESIGN & BUILDING PRACTITIONER ACT 2021 SERVICES

Submit Class 2 (Residential) Building projects as Regulated Designs on the NSW Planning Portal, following the D&BP Act NSW 2020, with possible exemptions under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979. We'll handle the design process and submit the Design Compliance Declaration.

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