Gaze Provide 'End to End' Process in Seismic Strengthening

Thursday 21 March 2019, 9:58PM
By Beckie Wright

“It is not the beauty of a building you should look at, it’s the construction of the foundation that will stand the test of time.” This is the Gaze Commercial mantra when talking about seismic strengthening. Going forward they provide detailed damage and repairing methodology, which involves quantity surveying and preliminary pricing, as well as financial modelling and feasibility reporting.


Gaze understand that dealing with seismic strengthening can be stressful and confusing, which is why they offer an end-to-end process that encompasses insurance liaison, tender analysis, and working with contractors to achieve the correct repairs and construction.


While they certainly believe buildings must look good too, there is no denying that the strength of the design is equally as important, which is where their ability to assist comes in. It is their job to protect your property’s value, and they do this through a multidisciplinary approach. Their services include property inspection and damage review, detailed scoping, and dedicated consultancy review and engagement.


There’s no simple solution when it comes to ensuring the completed result is exactly what it needs to be, and Gaze know from many years of experience that every project is different – which is why their approach is always different. And, of course they also take care of installation too, managing contractors and overseeing the construction process and fitout. Their job is to ensure satisfactory results for every aspect of the build – with an aim to always exceed expectations.


Regarding procurement, Gaze know the numbers, and it isn’t just focusing on budgets and prices – it is also about getting you the right products and materials too. From detailed specifications, to sourcing what is required for construction, they carefully balance the cost vs. the quality vs. the look and feel vs. its fit for purpose, so for more information on shop fit outs, architectural design and commercial design please go to .