Industrial Dilapidation Reports

Construction on your industrial property is a big decision. When deciding on dilapidation services, you need to ensure the company is reputable, experienced and qualified. There are many factors requiring consideration, from construction companies to adjoining sites and associated assets. Due to the number of lawsuits and litigations growing each year, many councils now require dilapidation reports for industrial construction projects.

Industrial projects involve a substantial financial investment, so it is highly important to ensure processes are carried out by specialised professionals who know what to look for and how to prepare reports correctly. Industrial dilapidation reports help mitigate the risk of claims stemming from the construction phase of a project.

Contact Building Dilapidations to find out more about our expert industrial dilapidation report services.

Expert Industrial Dilapidation Report Services

We Understand Your Industrial Property Requirements

Construction contractors understand the many benefits of industrial dilapidation reports and appreciate the value of working with specialists who are professional, show attention to detail and understand industrial sites. The team at Building Dilapidations are a mix of qualified building inspectors and experienced engineers which means that we can point out areas of concern that others could miss.

Building Dilapidations was established to address an un-serviced market and an increasing demand for dilapidation services. We are unrivalled in the industry for efficiency and cost-effectiveness. If you are after an industrial dilapidation report for council certification, insurance requirements, development approvals, or personalised services, we can assist you in every way. Catering to clients in Sydney, Wollongong, the Central Coast, Newcastle, the Gold Coast, Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast, we specialise in property condition reports and have worked on projects for factories, pipelines, railway stations, and much more.

Industrial Dilapidation Report Services

Our Recommended Two Step Process

To get the most benefit from your industrial dilapidation report we believe it is important to carry out a two-step process: pre-construction and post-construction dilapidation reports. A pre-construction report encompasses a documented on-site inspection accompanied by a photographic portfolio that outlines any existing issues. This report verifies pre-construction conditions and provides accurate evidence in case any damage claims should arise during or following construction. It also confirms the stability and condition of assets prior to any extensive excavation involving heavy machinery.

To conduct a post-construction report, one of our specialist teams performs an on-site inspection of the completed works focusing on pre-existing areas of concern as well as any new issues or damages that may have arisen during the construction process. Every detail is confirmed in writing and matched with the pre-construction report should any claims be made. Both reports are also referred to when seeking your bond back from the council, which saves you any undue stress and concern over damaged roadways, drainage, kerbing or pathways.

Industrial Dilapidation Report Requirements

Great Technology Means Efficient Service

Industrial dilapidation reports can be either complex or concise depending on the nature of your project’s requirements and what you are constructing. Whether it is a brand-new industrial building, or a simple addition to an existing structure, our specialised dilapidation software, high-end equipment, and photographic portfolios ensure a seamless process from start to finish.

Industrial work that has been undertaken by the team at Building Dilapidations:

  • Elizabeth McArthur Agricultural Institute – Bio-Security Upgrade
  • Schools for the ‘Building Education Revolution’ program
  • Railway stations
  • Warehouses
  • Pipelines
  • Factories
  • Office blocks



Contact Building Dilapidations TODAY to discuss your industrial dilapidation report requirements.