0405 409 888 info@aplusinsp.com

Suite 11) Level 1/17 Carrington Rd, Box Hill VIC 3128

0405 409 888

info@aplusinsp.com

Suite 11) Level 1/17 Carrington Rd, Box Hill VIC 3128

Construction Related Consulting Services

With years of experience accumulated through numerous development projects, our construction project management team is battle-tested and well-equipped to offer you a range of architectural project management services. These services include land information consultation, construction supervision, and assistance with permit application for approvals.

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1. Land Evaluation

Land information consultation entails assessing the suitability of land for specific purposes. It involves conducting and interpreting fundamental surveys of soil, vegetation, zoning, and other aspects of the land to meet your requirements for land use. This process aims to provide relevant information for subsequent stages concerning land utilization.

2. Project Planning

We can also assist you in the construction market bidding process, helping you select contractors through the tendering process. With our experience, we offer construction development supervision services to ensure that your projects are effectively managed and executed according to plan.

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3. Town Planning Permit Approval

A town planning permit is a written authorization from the local council’s urban planning department that allows you to use or develop land in a specific way. Town planning permits are not always mandatory, but if required, they are typically requested before obtaining a building permit.

For more information on planning and building permits, you can visit the Victorian Building Authority’s website: vba.vic.gov.au

4. Building Permit Approval

A building permit approval is a documentation that indicates your proposed construction plans align with building codes and regulations. This permit is necessary to commence construction once obtained. While not always mandatory, a building permit is typically required before initiating construction.

For more information on planning and building permits, you can refer to the Victorian Building Authority’s website: vba.vic.gov.au

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5. Non-conforming Building Products

According to the Building Act 1993 (VIC), if a construction project requires a building permit and you haven’t applied for one before commencing construction, your project may be deemed unauthorized or non-compliant. In this case, your project could be considered non-conforming to regulations. We can assist you in addressing issues related to unauthorized construction and non-conforming building projects.

1. Land Evaluation

Land information consultation entails assessing the suitability of land for specific purposes. It involves conducting and interpreting fundamental surveys of soil, vegetation, zoning, and other aspects of the land to meet your requirements for land use. This process aims to provide relevant information for subsequent stages concerning land utilization.

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2. Project Planning

We can also assist you in the construction market bidding process, helping you select contractors through the tendering process. With our experience, we offer construction development supervision services to ensure that your projects are effectively managed and executed according to plan.

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3. Town Planning Permit Approval

A town planning permit is a written authorization from the local council’s urban planning department that allows you to use or develop land in a specific way. Town planning permits are not always mandatory, but if required, they are typically requested before obtaining a building permit.

For more information on planning and building permits, you can visit the Victorian Building Authority’s website: vba.vic.gov.au

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4. Building Permit Approval

A building permit approval is a documentation that indicates your proposed construction plans align with building codes and regulations. This permit is necessary to commence construction once obtained. While not always mandatory, a building permit is typically required before initiating construction.

For more information on planning and building permits, you can refer to the Victorian Building Authority’s website: vba.vic.gov.au

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5. Non-conforming Building Products

According to the Building Act 1993 (VIC), if a construction project requires a building permit and you haven’t applied for one before commencing construction, your project may be deemed unauthorized or non-compliant. In this case, your project could be considered non-conforming to regulations. We can assist you in addressing issues related to unauthorized construction and non-conforming building projects.

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