Grimbos Building Surveyors

With over twenty years’ experience, Grimbos Building Surveyors are one of Melbourne’s most highly regarded and skilled Registered Building Surveyors and Building Code Consultants.

Focusing on multi residential developments, commercial projects and national retail roll-outs, Grimbos Building Surveyors explore the boundaries of the Building Code of Australia to provide cost saving solutions and ensure projects are completed in a timely and cost effective manner.

John Grimbos, Director, provides quality advice in the assessment of alternate solutions under the Performance Provisions of the Building Code of Australia. John understands industry demand and has the skill to apply design initiatives to a project to satisfy client, team and statutory authority requirements.

The Grimbos Building Surveying team is highly skilled and customer focused, with an understanding of client needs and expectations which enables projects to be successfully guided from commencement of building works to completion.

As qualified consultants in the interpretation and implementation of the Building Code of Australia, Grimbos Building Surveyors provides the following services:

  • Building permit approvals
  • Performance based BCA solutions
  • Fire safety engineering advice
  • Regulatory compliance advice
  • Due Diligence inspection and reports
  • Design certification to the building codes
  • Liaison with Council and other local authorities
  • Essential safety measure audits
  • Disability access audits
  • National consultancy
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John Grimbos
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+61 3 9419 7000
+61 408 058 306
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397 Smith Street Level 1, Suite 1
3065 Fitzroy , VIC
Australia
Victoria AU

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