IN EVERYTHING WE DO, WE CREATE SAFER, SMARTER AND MORE SUSTAINABLE BUILDINGS, CITIES AND COMMUNITIES FOR ALL.
Hendry is Australia’s leading, nationally based built-form advisory firm. An authority on risk mitigation, statutory compliance, asset optimisation and future-proofing, combined with our expertise in technology and innovation, we provide an integrated, whole of life approach, to safeguard your asset portfolio.
On the ground in all major cities around Australia, our clients benefit from a national scale, with localised expertise. Our national footprint is complemented by an in-house, multi-disciplined team of over 200 of the most capable and qualified professionals. Our team work to validate and assess the compliance & protection of buildings and their occupants, as well as optimize and future-proof assets at each stage of a buildings lifecycle. We recognize the importance of data quality, timeliness of reporting and security management of the live operating environment and stakeholder interface. We have evolved our service offerings to provide solutions that allow our clients to view the whole story of their data, as one source of truth.
Hendry’s Core Competencies:
- Building Surveying
- Essential Safety Measures
- Emergency Planning and Training
- Risk Advisory & Risk Mitigation
- Asset Management and Asset Optimisation
- Condition assessment
- Fire Engineering
- Work Health and Safety
Combustible Cladding Risk Assessment
Building owners and property professionals will need to be aware that relevant statutory authorities have now accelerated an investigation into Combustible Cladding on advice from the Various State Governments.
Industry experts estimate there may be more than five thousand buildings in Victoria alone that contain non-compliant cladding, including; apartments, hotels, hospitals and commercial high-rise buildings.
Victorian Building Interim Regulations 2017 Repealed
This weekend the Victorian Building Interim Regulations 2017 were repealed. New building regulations have been legislated (Building Regulations 2018) including several changes affecting all Victorian registered building practitioners, the industry within which they operate and those in the community who intend to undertake building work. These regulations will be law for the next ten years.