Green House Forensic

Project No. 6594

BE Collective was commissioned to investigate and report on the structural integrity of a suspended, cantilevered concrete pool, constructed as part of a beautiful architecturally designed home in Bardon.

Our investigations revealed significant defects in the application of the shot-crete used to create the reinforced concrete pool structure. Our reporting identified the type and magnitude of defects, addressed impact on serviceability and included rectification options. We found that unfortunately the structure was damaged beyond repair.  Our report was referenced and informed QCAT mediations.

 

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