Across a range of sectors and developments, WSP provides condition assessments before, during and after the construction of a project to quantify and assess the condition of physical assets.
Working in accordance with relevant state legislative requirements and standards, such as AS 4349.0-2007, or in adherence with our client’s requirements, we deliver outcomes that protect the interests of both clients and stakeholders.
Utilising bespoke technology and established processes, we have the expertise to collect high-volume data onsite, and offer flexibility with the formatting and consistency of reporting.
Our vast experience and quality control enables us to provide technically accurate property condition assessment reports and reliable recommendations to help our clients make appropriate business decisions in a timely and efficient manner.
Recognising the complexities that surround different sectors and construction programmes, we undertake a specialised approach to the different types of projects that we work on, including:
- Large-scale tunnelling projects, i.e. Sydney Metro North West, Sydney Metro City and South West Westconnex New M5 and other
- Educational institutions (K-12 schools, universities and more)
- Council assets (roads, footpaths and services)
- Commercial and mixed-use towers
- Residential properties
- Port authority assets
- Healthcare facilities
- Historical and cultural sites
We provide a pre-condition report to record the condition of the property prior to any influencing event, such as neighbouring construction. We will then conduct a post-construction inspection, following the influencing event, to provide reporting on the pre- and post-condition of a property to identify any damages.
Our technical inspectors collect photographic and quantitative information that is then uploaded and compiled to formulate the condition report.
Commercial and Industrial
Similar to the condition reports prepared for residential properties, we provide comprehensive reporting to record the condition of commercial and industrial properties. The complexity of these inspections requires extensive coordination with building managers and owners.
Our team has specialised experience to conduct these inspections in small properties through to large-scale office towers, namely across Sydney’s CBD.
The technical coordination team are our communication specialists that manage our stakeholder interactions and make the process as simple as possible for our clients. With a transparent approach, our technical coordination team look after booking the inspections, gaining access to properties and managing expectations.
Our team has gained extensive experience working on specialised assets, such as tunnels, roads, railway stations, footpaths, parklands and other types of council infrastructure.
We regularly work on properties such as schools and churches, however, our team has the knowledge and experience to adapt our reporting processes to meet the needs of other types of assets.