BUSHFIRE ATTACK LEVEL (BAL) ASSESSMENT
Bushfires are worst but what is worst is the damage they can cause to any residential, commercial or any type of infrastructure. Owing to the frequent bushfires, it is necessary to undertake Bushfire Attack Level assessment to determine the extent of building’s potential to falling a prey to radiant heat, ember attack or direct flame coming from a nearby bushfire. Once BAS is done, construction workers can read the report and follow the recommendations to make necessary amends in the project plan and design.
GES To the Rescue
Want to hire the best team of professionals to conduct BAL assessment in your site? GES is to your rescue. Count on us to undertake reliable and professional Bushfire Attack Level assessment in any location of your choice. We will consider multiple different factors during assessment such as the type of region of your residence, the vegetation type around your site, distance of the vegetation from your house as well as the slope beneath the vegetation.
Our fully-trained team of geotechnical engineers will conduct all the assessment in multiple steps, prepare reports and classify the sites based on suspected bushfires intensity levels which a site may receive in the event of a bushfire. We will classify sites as
- BAL – Flame zone (worst case scenario)
- BAL 40
- BAL 29
- BAL 19
- BAL 12.5
- BAL – Low (best case scenario).