Legislation and building standards have changed a lot since the Canterbury earthquakes in 2010/11, as have the expectations of building users and insurers.

One thing hasn’t changed – being prepared for earthquakes is far better than dealing with the consequences.

Seismic projects by nature can be complex and there is always a risk of additional works being required due to discoveries along the way. The importance of through investigation and full assessment of the options available is key to minimising the risks and disruptions associated with this type of work.

Forme has extensive experience in strengthening both multi storey and low-rise buildings. We offer:

  • Practical expertise gained from numerous successful seismic strengthening projects
  • A full range of capabilities from project inception through to compliance
  • Sound relationships with technical experts and engineers

Forme can work with you to ensure the value of your asset is maintained, and your tenants remain happy and safe.

Eagle Technology House | Projects | Forme

Eagle Technology House

Forme provided project management services for the Seismic strengthening of Eagle Technology House located at 125-135 Victoria Street, Wellington. Eagle …
Amora Hotel | Projects | Forme

Amora Hotel

Project Management. Forme assembled and led the remediation team after the Amora Hotel was extensively damaged in the Kaikoura earthquake …
25 Tennyson Street Wellington | Projects | Forme

25 Tennyson Street

Following the 14 November 2016 earthquake substantial damage was sustained to the high class apartment building at 25 Tennyson Street, …
Richmond Mall | Projects | Forme

Richmond Mall

Retail Project Management of Stages 4, 5, and 6 and Tenancy Coordination. Tenancies include PaknSave, Fresh Choice, Pagani, Silvermoon, @cquisitions, …