Apartment owners will meet with the builder of Sydney's cracked Opal Tower after one set of engineers stopped short of advising residents to return home.
The newly-built tower in Sydney Olympic Park was evacuated on Christmas Eve after cracks were found in the building sparking fears it could collapse.
At a meeting on Saturday, tower builder Icon is expected to update owners about investigative, stabilisation and remedial works.
Two engineering experts, commissioned by the state government to investigate the tower, on Friday said the building is "structurally sound".
Their interim report is in the hands of Planning Minister Anthony Roberts and is expected to be made available to residents and the public within days.
However, engineers contracted by the body corporate said it was "reluctant to recommend that residents return at an early stage"
Cardno says building design engineer WSP needs first to confirm the structural adequacy of the building.
Icon on Thursday stated design engineer WSP and third-party engineer Rincovich Partners had confirmed the building would be safe for reoccupation.
The builder also warned apartments requiring remedial work wouldn't be ready for up to six weeks.
The building's strata committee has urged residents not to move back in until all experts looking into the Opal issues state in writing that it is safe to do so.
"(Until then) residents should err on the side of caution," the committee wrote in an email.
Icon says it will fund displaced residents' temporary accommodation until January 16 or until all experts had agreed the tower was safe to reoccupy.