• Building Defects Diagnosis
  • Building Condition Surveys to identify existing defects before construction work begins
  • Building Condition Surveys and preparation of photographic schedules of condition to record the condition of a property at the start, during the term and at the end of a lease to be used as a reference document during the currency and termination of a commercial lease
  • Weathertight Building Surveys to identify existing and future potential points of water ingress and prepare scope of remediation for leaky buildings
  • Measured Building Surveys to record the construction of existing buildings and producing as-built plans and elevations
  • Building Maintenance Surveys and preparation of forward maintenance plans to assist in building maintenance cost forecasting
  • Disabled Access Surveys to assess building code compliance for people with disabilities
  • Clerk of Works, Building Code Compliance or Quality Assurance duties, including full time or intermittent construction site observation to ensure compliance with the building consent, building code and quality of work
  • Full Contract Administration of construction projects including acting as engineer to the contract under formal construction contracts
  • Weathertight design for unusual or non-standard areas of construction, including for leaky buildings
  • Preparation of plans and specifications and obtaining building consents for recladding buildings including 2D and 3D CAD details
  • Review of plans and specifications for building code compliance
  • Timber framing assessment and decay identification during recladding projects of leaky buildings
 

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7a/65 Paul Mathews Road
North Harbour, Auckland 0632
Email: enquiries@revealbc.nz
Dave: 021400579
Nick: 0276375441

Latest News

Major structural failures of Schools in Scotland due to lack of Clerk of Works

Over the last few years construction work at many Schools in Scotland has been carried out under Public Finance Initiative Schemes (PFI), where the building contractor self-certifies their own work as being to the correct standard and quality, without being subject to external monitoring or inspection.  This is a model of financing public construction projects that has become common in many countries since it was first developed in UK and AUstralia.  Many of these schools have suffered serious structural failures in the last few years and have needed major re-construction or repair, causing serious disruption to schools and an unexpected additional financial cost.

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