Fashola made the statement while receiving members of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners in Ikeja.
He said the government would not yield to pressure from some Nigerians, who wanted immediate action on the incident but would act methodically on the issue.
Fashola said most of the pronouncements made on the incident did not reflect what actually happened and called on people to stop making comments that could confuse the situation.
“On this issue, we are going to act methodically. We are going to act in a civilized manner. This is what we discussed at the State Executive Council today.
“We are not going to, without evidence, say this person has done wrong. Investigations are always painstaking and are done through scientific processes.
“This is the way that every civilized society develops. And we must assume that all the necessary provisions of law will be complied with. That is our track record here and nothing less will happen in this case,” he said.
Fashola described NITP as the state’s partner in progress and said his administration would continue to work with the association in ending the menace of building collapse in the state.
Steve Onu, NITP National President, commended Fashola for his many interventionist strides in the state.
He said the association would continue to partner with the state in the area of infrastructural planning and environmental development.
On the Synagogue building collapse, Onu urged the state government to ensure that a thorough investigation was carried out to unearth the culprits of the disaster.
“This is a good opportunity at getting insight into the incidence of building collapse and know whether it happened by technical or natural occurrence,” he said.