If our people are our DNA then our projects are what defines us. The end result of all the hard work, approach and application of our expertise. With fast-paced growth in the commercial sector, we’re proud of the growing list of projects with Form’s name on them.


100% timber frame, cladding and roof replacement to a 5 storey apartment block, including upgrading smoke and fire alarm systems, new atrium and balcony structural steel components and new aluminum double glazed joinery.

A weathertighness remediation project consisting of 22 apartments and 1 commercial unit. Full tenant / owner vacancy allowing for 100% removal and replacement of all cladding, aluminum joinery, balconies and roof construction.


During the deconstruction stage, concerns were raised and substandard building practices identified with the existing structural steel and passive fire elements of the project. A complete upgrade was undertaken of the structural steel portal frame, before programmed works could continue. Diaphragm floor connections to the steel structure were replaced, followed by new balcony structural components and an engineer designed timber frame, allowing windows and cladding elements to commence.



Identifying the structural deficiencies early, enabled investigations to be concluded and trades to be engaged in a timely manner, mitigating unnecessary delays. Thorough document keeping, systematic correspondence and a high level of workmanship carved a mutually beneicial relationship with Auckland City Council, aiding the client with reduced Council costs.

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Kim Thompson

“Form’s professional focus on health and safety provided a great level of comfort and certainty to our project team, board members and insurers. The performance to date for the company is commendable and shows great management and governance”

Kim Thompson, Project Manager, Whakatōhea Mussels

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