Rail / Infrastructure Projects
In 2016, Infrastructure Victoria undertook the first ever 30-year infrastructure strategy for Victoria, noting 137 recommendations to be delivered over the next 30 years. In addition, the Victorian Government has committed to removing 50 dangerous and congested level crossings around Melbourne over the next 8 years. For such a large volume of projects, you need a cohesive approach by teams of skilled operators. SPI has been working with a number of companies and alliances to provide inspection services for some of these projects.
For each project, Property Condition Surveys are carried out on all residential and commercial buildings, as well as Council assets such as roads and footpaths, prior to construction. In each case, the owner or representative must provide consent to carry out the inspection. There is no charge to the owner for this service.
We have created a convenient online form to help with the process. Select the relevant project above and it will take you to a form page. Simply fill in the details and choose Submit. A member of our team will then be in contact with you to arrange a suitable inspection time.
If you are a tenant of the building, please note the name of your owner or property agent on the form and we will get in touch with them on your behalf.
For further information on a specific rail or infrastructure project, please contact SPI Property Inspections on 1300 721 032 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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