Your specialists in building repairs and upgrades.

Remedial was founded in 1969 to provide specialist building repair and upgrade services to commercial, industrial and large residential buildings. See here the services we offer.

Remedial’s primary objective is to provide complete remedial solutions to a wide range of industry sectors and stakeholders including:

  • Strata management
  • Property management
  • Facility management
  • Engineering consultants
  • Hospitality
  • Industrial

How we work

The experienced team at Remedial specialise in the provision of on-time, cost-effective, value engineering and results-focused projects. What sets us apart is our no-nonsense attitude and dedication to getting the job done right, the first time. We’re known for going above-and beyond to find solutions and deliver the best possible outcome for our clients.

We have an in-house team of 60 employees and an extended team of contractors that we’ve been using for many years. When you work with Remedial, we provide you with your own project team dedicated to providing regular communication and ongoing support. Our commitment to you will see us go above and beyond to find solutions, deliver outstanding service and sustainable, budget-conscious project outcomes.

Environmental and safety considerations are a key priority at Remedial; in fact, we have an enviable safety record and a demonstratable approach to environmental harm mitigation.

Leading the way in remedial best-practice, we adopt certified methodologies and products; working closely with product suppliers, engineers and industry bodies to ensure strong workmanship.

ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 Quality Assurance Management Systems underpin our operations so you can be confident that your project be delivered to the highest standard.
We attribute our success to the following principles:

  • Strong attention to detail and an intimate understanding of the factors which lead to structural and safety concerns;
  • The recommendation and application of solutions which eradicate the underlying problem and renew it to a desired state; and
  • Transparency in our communication with clients.

The Remedial approach

Whether our teams are implementing specialist building repairs, applying commercial or industrial flooring solutions, providing insurance rectification works, or working with engineers to specify optimal steel fire rating solutions, for 50 years’ we’ve been a market leader.

A solutions-focused approach underpins everything we do, allowing us to consistently deliver optimal, budget-conscious solutions year after year.

Our approach is built on three core principles:

  1. No solution can be recommended without an intimate understanding of the factors leading to your issue.
  2. Our team must always be comprised of both highly skilled and experienced on-site teams as well as highly trained, critical thinkers who can develop the right solutions.
  3. We must always be agile and able to respond to changing circumstances, updated technologies and ever-evolving building practices.

Our commitment to best practice

Our commitment to best practice sees us adopt the latest building rectification methodologies and tailor a forward-thinking approach that’s centred on meeting your specific building repair needs.

Industry membership underpins our ability to remain at the forefront of industry insights and practices. We are currently proud members of:

  • Australian Concrete Repair Association (ACRA)
  • Fire Protection Association (FPA)
  • Australian Corrosion Association (ACA)
  • Facilities Management Association of Australia (FMA)
  • Master Painters Association (NSW)
  • Master Builders Australia
  • Strata Community Association



View a selection of our previous projects.


Learn more about fire safety upgrades and what you need to know to stay compliant
What you need to know about Fire safety upgrades

25 August 2021. By Jeff Anderson

The shifting sands of the Australian Building Code mean that what you may have known about fire safety in buildings a few years ago might be different today. In this piece we dissect fire safety and tell you what you need know.

Flooring for industrial facility management - Remedial Building Services
The importance of scheduled facilities management – Part 2: Industrial and Production Facilities

11 August 2021. By Goran

In the blog last week we covered off things to consider and look out for in buildings, so this week, we thought we would deviate slightly and look at the role of a facilities manager with particular emphasis on flooring maintenance, and the role flooring plays in the industrial sector.

Facilities maintenance and management is vital to long term building health
The importance of scheduled Facilities Management – Part 1 Commercial and Residential

2 August 2021. By Chris Jakovljevic

Make the time – or allocate someone else to – to undertake routine checks and plan for regular maintenance. This allows you to identify issues sooner and in doing so, mitigate ongoing costs, problems and inconveniences which would otherwise affect the building and the occupants of it.