Owner/Director: Nick Roberts
Nick’s extensive experience in the construction industry spans over twelve years and two hemispheres. After starting his career in the UK, he went on to work with some of the largest building surveying companies in Auckland before setting up his own company, Castlebridge Surveys.
Committed to maintaining the highest industry standards, Nick is both a Professional Member of The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS) and a registered Member of the New Zealand Institute of Building Surveyors (MNZIBS). He has written building reports for over 300 different properties in New Zealand and his services are trusted not just by individuals and homeowners, but also by builders, body corporates and large contractors.
Nick’s expertise is frequently sought during construction disputes, for cases relating to leaking buildings – and for building reports involving residential housing, government property portfolios, commercial buildings and multi-unit apartments.
- Chartered Building Surveyor: Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
- Registered Building Surveyor: New Zealand Institute of Building Surveyors (NZIBS)
- Certified Weathertightness Surveyor: NZIBS
- Weathertight Homes Resolution Service (WHRS) Assessor
The New Zealand Institute of Building Surveyors is a national body of skilled, professional building consultants who have extensive knowledge and experience in construction and building related matters. Find a member near you.
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