Oban Group provides the full remit of services offered by a Chartered Surveyor. We have extensive experience of working in remote and regional areas, and across Australia with significant projects delivered in Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra and New Zealand


Building condition surveys

We delivery stock condition surveys through to forensic defect inspections, with structures ranging from aged care residential units to hospitals and heritage sites, along with asset registers.

lifecycle modelling

Reserve Fund Forecasts and Lifecycle Modelling

Our lifecycle modelling and sinking fund forecasts provide detail at an elemental level, enabling full interrogation of data and effective financial planning.

Drone (uav)

Complete inspections of inaccessible locations to provide detail of assets and potential defects with the buildings. Cost effective when compared to conventional access.

Typically, Oban would conduct a building condition survey to confirm the current condition of the asset and identify any defects. The base survey can then be expanded to deliver

Maintenance plans

development of a maintenance program

Asset registers

detailing assets on site and expected replacement timeline and value

Technical due diligence

identification of current and future issues with a prospective purchase of an asset

Measured surveys

to assist with space planning, means of escape and future planning

Space planning

optimisation of your available space

Scope of Works

Costed bill of quantities for proposed refurbishments


confirmation of existing cracking and defects prior to works commencing on an adjoining site

Case Studies


3D Modelling and Cracking Inspection

Western Power CBD Office

OH&S and Defects Inspection

Remote communities throughout the state

Life Cycle Modelling and Asset Registers

Portfolio of aquatic and sports facilities

Life Cycle Modelling and Asbestos Inspection

Fremantle Prison buildings along with ancillary structures

Looking for true professionals?

We will take care of your lifecycle modelling and building defect rectification

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