New Zealand law stipulates that all buildings must adhere to the Building Code. It contains regulations for the maintenance, demolition, refurbishment, alteration, and construction of all existing and new structures.
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) is the New Zealand public service department in charge of policy guidance for sectors such as construction management. The MBIE is the main regulator overseeing building work and maintains and reviews the Building Code.
Forme complies with all regulations for best design and construction practice. We assure you that your project is in good hands. We collaborate with technical and trade services, engineers, architects, and other required professionals.
From preparing contract bids to putting work-site programmes in place, we offer a complete solution for your construction management needs. From supervising subcontractors to arranging for building inspectors, we do it all. Get in touch with Forme, and let us help you get your next project off the ground.
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We are a well established construction management firm with a breadth of experience across multiple sectors. See how we can work together with you.
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