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SPECIFICATIONProposed Factory Units& Office SpaceForTasmegs Development Pty LimitedAt7 Layland Way, BanksiaPrepared byOlympic Designs55 Olympic ParadeHOMEBUSH NSW 2140Tel: 1234 5678Fax: 1234 5679 Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 SpecTABLE OF CONTENTS1. GENERAL CONDITIONS …………………………………………………………91.1. SPECIFICATION …………………………………………………………………………….. 91.2. PRICES …………………………………………………………………………………………. 91.3. CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT …………………………………………………………. 91.4. SCOPE OF WORKS………………………………………………………………………… 91.5. WORKMANSHIP AND MATERIALS ………………………………………………….. 91.6. DOCUMENTS…………………………………………………………………………………. 91.7. OBVIOUS WORK ……………………………………………………………………………. 91.8. VARIATIONS………………………………………………………………………………… 101.9. BUILDER’S RESPONSIBILITY ……………………………………………………….. 101.10. INSPECTIONS ……………………………………………………………………………… 111.11. SERVICES …………………………………………………………………………………… 111.12. PLANT AND EQUIPMENT ……………………………………………………………… 111.13. SETTING OUT………………………………………………………………………………. 111.14. SIGNBOARD ………………………………………………………………………………… 121.15. MAINTENANCE AND CLEARNING…………………………………………………. 121.16. ON COMPLETION…………………………………………………………………………. 121.17. COMPLIANCE………………………………………………………………………………. 122. EXCAVATION AND SITE WORKS…………………………………………..132.1. GENERALLY ………………………………………………………………………………… 132.2. NATURE OF SITE…………………………………………………………………………. 132.3. BULK EXCAVATION ……………………………………………………………………… 132.4. COMPACTING AND FILLING …………………………………………………………. 132.5. FOOTING EXCAVATIONS……………………………………………………………… 132.6. MAINTAINING EXCAVATIONS……………………………………………………….. 132.7. BASE COURSE…………………………………………………………………………….. 132.8. EXCAVATION FOR SERVICES………………………………………………………. 142.9. SPOIL AND DEBRIS ……………………………………………………………………… 142.10. REINSTATEMENT, RECTIFICATION AND DEPOSITS ……………………… 143. CONCRETE………………………………………………………………………….153.1. GENERALLY ………………………………………………………………………………… 153.2. SCOPE OF THE WORK…………………………………………………………………. 153.3. DRAWINGS………………………………………………………………………………….. 153.4. INSPECTION………………………………………………………………………………… 153.5. SETTING OUT………………………………………………………………………………. 163Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec3.6. MATERIALS …………………………………………………………………………………. 163.7. CONCRETE QUALITY …………………………………………………………………… 163.8. SAMPLING AND TESTING…………………………………………………………….. 16Generally ……………………………………………………………………………..16Number of Samples ……………………………………………………………….17Rejection………………………………………………………………………………173.9. DEFECTIVE MATERIAL…………………………………………………………………. 173.10. FORMWORK………………………………………………………………………………… 173.11. EMBEDMENT AND CORES …………………………………………………………… 183.12. REINFORCEMENT ……………………………………………………………………….. 183.13. CONCRETE PLACEMENT……………………………………………………………… 183.14. COMPACTION ……………………………………………………………………………… 193.15. CURING AND PROTECTION …………………………………………………………. 193.16. STRIPPING ………………………………………………………………………………….. 193.17. JOINTING…………………………………………………………………………………….. 193.18. MOISTURE PROOF BARRIER……………………………………………………….. 203.19. DRAINAGE PITS…………………………………………………………………………… 203.20. CONCRETE SURFACE FINISHES………………………………………………….. 20Type A-Keyed Finishes…………………………………………………………..20Type B-Trowelled Finish …………………………………………………………20Type C-Floated Finish…………………………………………………………….204. STRUCTURAL STEELWORK …………………………………………………214.1. EXTENT OF THE WORK ……………………………………………………………….. 214.2. SHOP DRAWINGS………………………………………………………………………… 214.3. MATERIALS, WORKMANSHIP AND FINISH ……………………………………. 214.4. ATTENDANCE ……………………………………………………………………………… 214.5. ATTACHMENTS……………………………………………………………………………. 215. METALWORK……………………………………………………………………….225.1. GENERALLY ………………………………………………………………………………… 225.2. MATERIALS …………………………………………………………………………………. 225.3. WORKMANSHIP …………………………………………………………………………… 225.4. FASTENINGS……………………………………………………………………………….. 23Generally ……………………………………………………………………………..23Welding, Brazing and Soldering……………………………………………….23Aluminium Fastenings…………………………………………………………….235.5. PROTECTION ………………………………………………………………………………. 235.6. EPOXY POWDER COATING………………………………………………………….. 234Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec5.7. ANODISING …………………………………………………………………………………. 245.8. MECHANICAL FINISH …………………………………………………………………… 245.9. BAKED FINISH……………………………………………………………………………… 245.10. ALUMINIUM DOORS AND WINDOWS…………………………………………….. 245.11. GRAB RAILS ………………………………………………………………………………… 245.12. STAIR BALUSTRADE ……………………………………………………………………. 245.13. BALCONY BALUSTRADE………………………………………………………………. 255.14. METAL STUD FRAMING ……………………………………………………………….. 255.15. CHAIN OPERATION ……………………………………………………………………… 256. MASONRY……………………………………………………………………………276.1. GENERALLY ………………………………………………………………………………… 276.2. STANDARDS………………………………………………………………………………… 276.3. SCOPE OF WORK………………………………………………………………………… 276.4. MATERIALS …………………………………………………………………………………. 27Common Bricks …………………………………………………………………….27Concrete Blocks…………………………………………………………………….27Cement ………………………………………………………………………………..28Lime…………………………………………………………………………………….28Sand ……………………………………………………………………………………28Water …………………………………………………………………………………..28Concrete ………………………………………………………………………………286.5. MORTARS……………………………………………………………………………………. 286.6. LAYING ……………………………………………………………………………………….. 286.7. SETTING OUT AND GAUGING………………………………………………………. 296.8. BONDING AND REINFORCING ……………………………………………………… 296.9. JOINTING…………………………………………………………………………………….. 296.10. CUTTING AND CHASING………………………………………………………………. 296.11. ACCESSORIES, EMBEDMENTS AND THE LIKE……………………………… 296.12. DAMP PROOF COURSES, MEMBRANES AND FLASHINGS…………….. 297. CARPENTRY AND JOINERY………………………………………………….317.1. GENERALLY ………………………………………………………………………………… 317.2. DOORS ……………………………………………………………………………………….. 318. MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL AND OTHER SERVICES …………….338.1. GENERALLY ………………………………………………………………………………… 338.2. AIR CONDITIONING AND VENTILATION………………………………………… 33Compliance…………………………………………………………………………..33Associated Work……………………………………………………………………335Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec“As-Built” Drawings ………………………………………………………………..338.3. ELECTRICAL SERVICES ………………………………………………………………. 339. ROOFING…………………………………………………………………………….359.1. EXTENT ………………………………………………………………………………………. 359.2. SUBCONTRACTORS…………………………………………………………………….. 359.3. SUB STRUCTURE ………………………………………………………………………… 359.4. MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP ………………………………………………… 359.5. METAL DECK ROOFING……………………………………………………………….. 369.6. INSULATION AND SARKING …………………………………………………………. 369.7. GUTTERS ……………………………………………………………………………………. 369.8. GUTTER SUPPORTS ……………………………………………………………………. 379.9. SUMPS………………………………………………………………………………………… 379.10. DOWNPIPES AND OVERFLOWS …………………………………………………… 379.11. ROOFLIGHTS ………………………………………………………………………………. 3710. HYDRAULIC SERVICES………………………………………………………..3910.1. GENERALLY ………………………………………………………………………………… 3910.2. PLUMBING AND DRAINAGE RECORDS…………………………………………. 3910.3. EXTENT OF WORKS…………………………………………………………………….. 3910.4. DRAWINGS………………………………………………………………………………….. 4010.5. MATERIALS …………………………………………………………………………………. 40Generally ……………………………………………………………………………..40Drainage pipes………………………………………………………………………40Plumbing pipes ……………………………………………………………………..4010.6. LAYING, JOINTING, FITTINGS AND THE LIKE………………………………… 40Drainage works……………………………………………………………………..41Plumbing works generally……………………………………………………….41Sanitary plumbing ………………………………………………………………….41Water services ………………………………………………………………………42Hot water ……………………………………………………………………………..42Fire hose reels and hydrants …………………………………………………..4210.7. PITS AND SUMPS ………………………………………………………………………… 4310.8. TESTING ……………………………………………………………………………………… 4310.9. SINKS………………………………………………………………………………………….. 4311. PAVING, TILING AND FLOOR FINISHES ………………………………..4511.1. GENERALLY ………………………………………………………………………………… 4511.2. INTEGRAL FINISHES ……………………………………………………………………. 4511.3. CERAMIC WALL TILES …………………………………………………………………. 456Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec11.4. CERAMIC FLOOR TILES……………………………………………………………….. 4511.5. WATERPROOFING……………………………………………………………………….. 45Membrane…………………………………………………………………………….46Floor waste installation …………………………………………………………..46Hob installation ……………………………………………………………………..46External tiling ………………………………………………………………………..46Curing ………………………………………………………………………………….4612. PLASTERING AND RENDERING ……………………………………………4712.1. EXTENT ………………………………………………………………………………………. 4712.2. GENERALLY ………………………………………………………………………………… 4712.3. PLASTERBOARD WALL LININGS ………………………………………………….. 4712.4. PLASTERBOARD WALL SYSTEMS………………………………………………… 4712.5. RENDER ……………………………………………………………………………………… 4713. CEILINGS…………………………………………………………………………….4913.1. SUSPENDED CEILINGS………………………………………………………………… 4914. GLAZING……………………………………………………………………………..5114.1. GENERALLY ………………………………………………………………………………… 5114.2. MATERIALS …………………………………………………………………………………. 5114.3. WORKMANSHIP …………………………………………………………………………… 5114.4. GLAZING TO ALUMINIUM DOORS AND WINDOWS………………………… 5114.5. ON COMPLETION…………………………………………………………………………. 5115. PAINTING…………………………………………………………………………….5315.1. GENERALLY ………………………………………………………………………………… 5315.2. PREPARATION…………………………………………………………………………….. 5315.3. COATING SYSTEMS …………………………………………………………………….. 54External and internal steel and metalwork …………………………………54Internal plasterboard………………………………………………………………54Painted woodwork …………………………………………………………………5415.4. SIGNAGE AND TACTILE INDICATORS…………………………………………… 5415.5. MISCELLANEOUS FINISHES…………………………………………………………. 5515.6. ON COMPLETION…………………………………………………………………………. 5516. SCHEDULE OF FINISHES……………………………………………………..577Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec 8Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec1. GENERAL CONDITIONS 1.1.SPECIFICATIONThis document shall form part of the contract. Where any variation exists between the drawings and this specification the contract will include thegreatest number of articles and the largest amount of superior quality oflabour and/or materials specified or shown.1.2. PRICESUnless otherwise stated, pricing shall be held to include for the conveyanceand delivery, unloading, hoisting, all labour, setting, fitting and fixing inposition, lapping of materials, straight cutting and waste, return of packing’s,establishment charges, Awards and conditions payable to workmen, profitand the supply of all necessary material, and the builder is to allow for samein his prices. 1.3.CONDITIONS OF CONTRACTThe form of Contract will be a lump sum contract for simple building works.SCOPE OF WORKSThe construction and completion of a commercial building comprising of five1.4. office floors and a basement carpark. The whole of the work is to be carriedout in accordance with the Contract Documents and all schedules andinstructions.1.5. WORKMANSHIP AND MATERIALSAll work shall be carried out by competent workmen and where necessary byskilled tradesmen under the charge of a General Foreman. All materials shallbe new and the best quality of their respective kinds and subject to theapproval of the Architect.1.6. DOCUMENTSFigured dimensions on drawings, unless otherwise shown, are to the faces ofstructural materials and figured dimensions shall be followed in preference toscaled dimensions. Large scale drawings shall take precedence over thoseof smaller scale.All dimensions are to be checked and verified on site prior to construction.Should there be any discrepancy between the drawings and specification,such discrepancy is to be brought to the attention of the Architect with a viewto equitable interpretation. Otherwise, the Contract shall be deemed to coverthe alternative which involves the greater cost. 1.7.OBVIOUS WORKAny work that is not specifically mentioned in this specification or shown on plans, but that is obvious work required to be done for satisfactory completionof the contract is to be carried out as part of the contract.9Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec1.8. VARIATIONSVariations are to be approved by the Architect in writing prior to any workbeing done or materials being ordered for the variation. Failure to obtainwritten approval will result in the variation not being allowed.1.9. BUILDER’S RESPONSIBILITYBefore entering into the Contract, the Builder shall be deemed:a) To have carefully examined the drawings, the form of Contract and thisSpecification.b) To have fully informed himself as to the site, the physical conditions uponand below the surface of the site, water supply, facilities for handling andstoring materials, transportation facilities, availability of labour, and otherconditions affecting the carrying out of the Works.c) To have made his own interpretations, deductions and conclusions as tothe difficulties and cost of carrying out the Works, and to have himselfformulated an estimate of facilities available and needed to fulfil all hisobligations under the contract.Failure by the Builder to have done all the things which he is deemed to havedone, shall not relieve the Builder of the responsibility of satisfactorilyperforming the Works complete as required regardless of their difficulty.The Builder shall ensure that, in addition to items of work specificallymentioned in the relevant sections, each trade shall assist, leave holes for,cut away for, do chasing and drilling for, make good after, and arrange worksequence with every other, in such a manner as to promote the best interestsof the work as a whole.Variations shall not be accepted for unnecessary additional work due todisputes between trades or sub contractors, or between sub contractors andthe Builder.The Builder shall within fourteen (14) days of notification of acceptance oftender submit to the Architect three (3) copies of a construction schedule.The chart shall be completed in such a manner as to indicate dates ofcommencement and completion of the Works and shall further indicate, inorder of trades, similar details for the progressive stages of the work. A copyof the chart shall be retained on the Site, revised as necessary, and will showfor the information of the architect the actual progress in relation to theoriginal or revised programme.The Builder shall have and maintain a competent and adequate sitemanagement team during the construction period. The Builder shall submitwithin fourteen (14) days of notification of acceptance of tender the names,qualifications and experience of his proposed site management team forapproval by the Architect.The Architect may revoke at any time his approval of any member and theBuilder shall immediately remove such person from his site managementteam.10Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec1.10. INSPECTIONSThe Architect is to be given at least three (3) days notice to inspect orarrange for an inspection of any item required to be inspection prior toconcealment.1.11. SERVICESAll services are to be extended from Authorities supply with all required extraequipment and operations to ensure satisfactory completion and compliance.Temporary services are to be made available to all subcontractors. Install allnecessary equipment and pay all fees associated with the provision of alltemporary services. Comply with all regulations and Authoritiesrequirements.1.12. PLANT AND EQUIPMENTThe Builder shall provide all necessary miscellaneous items of plant andequipment including tackle, tools, cranes, hoists, gantries, rubbish chutes,mixers, pumps, scaffolding, timbering, braces, struts, forms, shutters and thelike required for the efficient and proper carrying out of the contract.The Builder shall provide, erect and maintain sheds, as may be necessary forthe proper performance of the Works. Such sheds shall be erected beforesite works commence, kept clean and shall not be removed without theArchitect’s approval.The Builder shall provide and install a site office and adequate toiletstogether with necessary washing facilities to comply with the relevantauthorities for use by all workmen, subcontractors and others on the Site.The site office shall be erected before site works commence, be kept cleanand shall not be removed without the Architect’s Approval.1.13. SETTING OUTCopies of a survey of the site in its existing condition prepared by aregistered surveyor are included in the Documents.The Builder is to ensure that all dimensions and levels of the proposed worksare checked and verified on site.The Works are to be set out in accordance with the contract Documents.The Contractor is to engage and pay for a licenses registered surveyor toidentify and peg necessary site boundaries, produce check surveys onfootings and walls to verify location and alignment and produce anIdentification Survey on completion.Before making the first Progress Claim the Builder shall provide a certificatefrom a registered surveyor stating that the building has been set out inaccordance with the drawings and is wholly within the boundaries of the site.Copies of surveys are to be given to the Architect within fourteen (14) days oftheir production.11Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec1.14. SIGNBOARDProvide, erect and maintain a signboard in a location to be determined by theArchitect until completion of the Works.The board is to be approximately 1500 x 2400 and bear the name of the joband the names, addresses and Proprietor, Builder, Architect and Engineers.1.15. MAINTENANCE AND CLEARNINGThe Builder shall:1. Make good all damages to work under construction as it occurs and inany case before Practical Completion.2. Clean up and remove rubbish from the site as it accumulates.3. Comply with the requirements of the relevant Authority’s hoardingregulations.4. Protective coverings are to be provided as necessary for the properperformance of the Works, and/or the safety of the Public, and/or tocomply with the requirements of the relevant Authorities and clearaway all traces on completion.5. Leave the whole works in a neat clean and safe condition.1.16. ON COMPLETIONOn completion of the works prior to handing over to the Proprietor thefollowing is to be carried out:1. Clean and remove all surplus materials, rubbish and dirt.2. Make good all damage, stains and blemishes and replace materialswhere necessary.3. Clean all surfaces, including vacuum cleaning of carpeted areas andclean and polish glass (both sides).4. Ease all doors, windows, drawers and check, oil and adjust all locksand closers.5. Check test and ensure that all services and equipment are functioningefficiently and satisfactorily.6. Label all keys with suitable label and hand over to the Proprietor.7. Provide the Proprietor with all required guarantees, warranties,brochures, tests, drawings, surveys, manuals, service agreements,certificates, as built hydraulic drawings and the like.1.17. COMPLIANCEAll work shall comply with the requirements of the Building code of Australia,latest edition of relevant Australian Standards and all Authority Regulationshaving jurisdiction over the works.12Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec2. EXCAVATION AND SITE WORKS 2.1.GENERALLYThe Builder shall provide and maintain all necessary protective measures required to protect members of the public, his own and sub contractorspersonnel, adjoining private and public property, during the course of theexcavation works. 2.2.NATURE OF SITEThe Builder shall examine the site of the Works to satisfy himself as to the fullextent of the excavation work.BULK EXCAVATION2.3. Cut and fill the site to produce the levels and gradients shown on theaccompanying drawings, due allowance shall be made in the finished levelsof cuts to accommodate the combined depths of on ground slabs, externalpaving and appropriate base course material all as shown on the Engineer’sdrawings.The Builder shall exercise all due care in excavating against the adjoiningproperty. Provide all necessary shorting and props as required to preventsubsidence or collapse of the adjoining property. 2.4.COMPACTING AND FILLINGFiling and compaction to be to Engineer’s detail. Proof roll the site to achieve the compaction levels specified on the Engineer’s drawings, remove softspots, fill and compact. Provide certification from Geotechnical Engineer thatrequired compaction levels have been achieved.2.5. FOOTING EXCAVATIONSExcavate for the lines, dimensions, levels, depths and profiles required, toform the trenches and pits to accommodate the footings, beams, columnbases and other structural elements and building features shown on thedrawings.2.6. MAINTAINING EXCAVATIONSAllow for properly draining or pumping out the excavated trenches and pits toremove all seepage water.Allow for planking and strutting or otherwise maintaining all excavatedtrenches and piers where such excavations are liable to subside. Anymaterial deposited in trench bottoms or pits and any saturated materialresulting from water infiltration, shall be removed from the excavation beforethe concrete is placed.2.7. BASE COURSEBeneath all slabs on ground, including external paving slabs, whether onnatural, excavated or filled ground, lay a consolidated thickness of recycledconcrete as nominated on the engineer’s drawings. The quality of material,13Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Specmethod of laying and compaction shall be as specified on the Engineer’sdrawings. 2.8.EXCAVATION FOR SERVICESExcavate for all services specified under the respective trade sections.SPOIL AND DEBRISAll surplus spoil and debris, accumulated from the excavations shall e2.9. completely removed from the site and properly disposed of.2.10. REINSTATEMENT, RECTIFICATION AND DEPOSITSThe Builder shall be responsible for the necessary reinstatement of anypublic footpaths, roadways or gutter crossings damaged during the course ofand as a result of, the Works. The Builder shall pay all prescribed chargesfor the proper rectification of footpaths, roadways and similar to standardconsistent with that existing.The Builder shall refund to the Proprietor the scheduled footpath damagedeposit with the first Progress Claim. The Builder shall accept responsibilityto the Council for any footpath damage and shall recover the deposit from theCouncil upon completion of the Project.14Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec3. CONCRETE 3.1.GENERALLYAll reinforced concrete is to be in strict accordance with the Engineer’s details and specification. All of the concrete used in the Works shall conform to thestandards and requirements of the current SAA Code AS 1480 and the ACSEConcrete Specification as amended.Where a discrepancy exists between the Engineer’s documentation and thisspecification, the Architect is to be notified immediately for interpretation.Where this is not feasible the Engineer’s documentation shall take priorityover this specification.All of the concrete used in the Works, shall be placed and finished byexperienced and competent tradesmen, using the best trade practises andthe appropriate plant and equipment. The Builder shall be responsible forsupervising and the execution of all on site functions associated with the onsite concrete work and shall ensure that he or an appointed competentrepresentative familiar with the Codes and Standards described hereafter, isin attendance during all concreting operations to direct the actual execution ofthe Work. 3.2.SCOPE OF THE WORKProvide co-ordination for the erection of pre-cast concrete wall panels. Form up for, reinforce, pour, strip, and finish all elements shown on the drawingsincluding:• Reinforced floor slabs on grade or fill, including all thickenings asdetailed.• External reinforced concrete paving.• Reinforced concrete column units.• Concrete pits, steps, recesses and the like, to form the features or toaccommodate the elements shown on the drawings.• Concrete kerbs, futters, footpaths, crossings and laybacks.• Sundry concrete required for other trades and as necessary tocomplete the works.3.3. DRAWINGSBefore commencing each separate stage of the work detailed drawings shallbe issued to the Builder setting out the dimensions of the components, therequired type, strength and consistency of the concrete and the size, gradeand position of all reinforcing. The information shown on the details shall bestrictly adhered to except where the Architect or Engineer to the contraryissues specific directions.3.4. INSPECTIONThe architect’s approval shall be obtained at the completion of each stage ofconstruction.15Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 SpecThe Engineer shall inspect all reinforcement prior to pouring of concrete. TheBuilder shall give sufficient notice, not less than 48 hours, to permit aninspection to be carried out without delaying the progress of the work on site.At time of concrete placement, all formwork shall be clean and free of woodshaving, sawdust, loose reinforcement or tie wire and all other refused anddeleterious matter. 3.5.SETTING OUTThe Builder shall be responsible for accurately setting out the forming for all concrete work to ensure that the concrete elements as formed aremaintained in their correct relationship to all other elements.3.6. MATERIALSAll materials shall conform to the relevant SAA Code or Specification, orwhere no such code exists to the relevant ASTM Code. In particular thefollowing materials shall comply with the respective Codes as scheduled;• Chemical Admixtures, AS 1478 & 1479• Portland Cement, ACSE Specification Type A, AS 1379• Aggregates for Concrete (Grading), AS 1465, 1466, 1467• Plain Steel Reinforcing Bars, AS 1302• Hard Drawn Steel Reinforcing Wire, AS 1303• Hard Drawn Steel Wire Reinforcing Fabric, AS 1304• Methods of Testing Portland Cement Concrete, AS 1012Copies of SAA Code AS 1480 and ACSE Specification (as amended) shallbe kept on site at all times.No admixtures other than those shown on the Engineer’s drawings shall beincluded in the concrete mix without the express approval of the Engineer. 3.7.CONCRETE QUALITYAll concrete for use in structural components shall be obtained pre-mixed from an approved supplier. The Builder shall be responsible for obtainingconcrete of the correct compressive strength, slump, aggregate size, andwith only those admixtures all as shown on the Engineer’s drawings.Concrete shall be supplied in agitating trucks only.3.8. SAMPLING AND TESTINGGenerallyThe cost of all sampling and test procedures shall be borne by the Builder.An approved NATA Laboratory shall carry out the sampling of all concreteand the making, transporting and testing of all specimens of structuralconcrete. Test cylinder samples shall be made and cured in accordance withAS 103 (1957) and shall be properly stored on site under reasonablycontrolled conditions. The moulds shall be carefully transported to the testing16Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Speclaboratory and the subsequent curing, capping and testing shall be performedin the laboratory. All test cylinders shall be clearly marked and true copies ofall test results shall be given to the Architect as soon as possible after theirreceipt by the builder.Samples shall be taken in accordance with the ACSE Specification and asnoted on the Engineer’s drawings. The slump test from each sample shall bemade in accordance with AS 1012.Number of SamplesThe sampling shall be distributed evenly throughout the number of trucks orsite batches necessary for any pour, and in pours of over three truck loadsnot more than one sample shall be taken from each ruck or each site batch.Where the source of supply, or the specified quality changes during the pour,then the ACSE Specification shall be used to determine the number ofsamples required from each section of the pour.RejectionFormed and hardened concrete shall be rejected at the Site if:1. It is porous, segregated, or honeycombed.2. A construction joint has been made at a location or in a manner not inaccordance with the Engineer’s drawings.3. If the reinforcing steel has been disturbed.4. The construction tolerances have not been achieved.5. The required surface finish has not been achieved.6. The test strength is below that specified.7. The concrete does not meet other requirements of this specification.3.9. DEFECTIVE MATERIALWhere concrete used in structural elements does not comply with theacceptable criteria previously specified, the completed element may be liableto rejection by the Architect and under these circumstances the Builder wouldbe liable to bear the cost of removing and replacing the rejected element.The particular element may be subjected to test loading and if foundeffective, the value of the compensation due to the Proprietor shall bededucted from the Contract Sum.3.10. FORMWORKThe Builder shall allow for the supply and erection of all recoverable, nonrecoverable, slab joint and other forming as required to form the in-situconcrete elements shown on the accompanying drawings, and shalldismantle and remove same on completion.It shall be the Builder’s responsibility to ensure that the formwork is ofadequate strength to properly support all dead and live loads imposed duringconstruction without unacceptable deflection. Formwork joints betweendecking units shall be sufficiently tight to prevent the excessive leakage of17Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Specwet concrete from formwork. The formwork shall be of the respective typesto yield, after tripping, the quality and type of finish as specified elsewhere.Provide all necessary dressed timber block outs and strips to form therebates, recesses, fillets, splays groves required by the drawings. Timberstrips forming grooves are to be splayed and sealed to prevent swelling.Splays to be 1:4 or as detailed.3.11. EMBEDMENT AND CORESWhere core holes and embedment of services lines and fittings are requiredin the concrete and not shown on the drawings, details of such core holesand embedments shall be submitted to the Architect. Cores shall not be cutor drilled in the hardened concrete without the approval of the Engineer.The Builder is responsible for the co-ordination of the core hole andembedment requirements of all trades and for their accurate placement.Embedded conduits and similar, passing along the thickness of slabs andwalls, shall not have their outside diameter larger than one third the minimumthickness of the slab or wall within which they are to be placed. Nor shallthey be placed closer than three diameters centre to centre, nor located as toimpair unduly the strength of the construction.3.12. REINFORCEMENTFabricate, supply, deliver and install the rod and fabric reinforcement for allconcrete elements of the types, grades, sizes and spacings shown on theEngineer’s drawings and specification.All reinforcement shall be accurately placed, securely tied and adequatelysupported clear of the forms to provide the required cover and preventdisplacement of the reinforcing during the concrete placement, compactionand finishing. Reinforcement in slabs on ground or fill shall be supported onbar chairs on pie plates. Reinforcement to wall panels shall be supported onapproved plastic bar chairs.All reinforcement shall be clean and free of oil loose rust and scale and otherbond inhibiting matter.When the reinforcement is completed and before the concrete is placed theEngineer shall inspect the reinforcement any necessary adjustments madeprior to concrete placement.3.13. CONCRETE PLACEMENTConcrete shall be transported in clean containers from the point of dischargeto the point of placement as rapidly as possible and without loss, separationor fusion of the ingredients. The concrete shall be placed uniformly andprogressively from one starting point to maintain a “wet edge”. Concreteshall be placed in one uninterrupted operation between construction joints.Concrete shall be placed to completely fill the formwork and shall be fed intoand around all angles and forced up against the vertical faces, to ensure thatthe finished concrete is accurately moulded to the profiles of the forms.18Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 SpecThe Builder shall provide adequate runways where necessary and supportedsoundly off the formwork and clear of reinforcement for the transport ofconcrete over formwork.The tops of all hobs, kerbs, toes pedestals and footings to be built upon or toprovide fixings for following trades shall be accurately screeded off to a trueand level face, except those to receive surface finishes.3.14. COMPACTIONConcrete shall be thoroughly compacted by mechanically activated vibratorsoperated only by experienced tradesmen. The vibration of concrete must notbe prolonged such as would cause the separation of the ingredients. Wherethe throat dimensions of the forms prevents its internal use, the vibrator shallbe applied to the external faces of the formwork.3.15. CURING AND PROTECTIONFreshly cast concrete shall be protected from premature drying andexcessively hot or cold temperatures. In extremely windy conditionswindbreaks shall be erected to shield the concrete surface during and afterplacing.The minimum curing period, shall be in accordance with the ACSESpecification or as directed by the Engineer.Curing shall be commenced as soon as the surface has hardened sufficientlyto prevent damage, but in no case later than two hours after the finishingoperation has been completed. Concrete shall be cured by the use of either:a) The use of curing compounds to ASTM-C309. Such compounds shall beapplied in accordance with the manufacturers recommendations and shallnot be used on any surface against which additional concrete or otherfinishes are to be placed.b) The use of approved 0.2mm PVC waterproof black membrane firmly heldagainst the concrete for the full length of all edges and laps and atfrequent intervals between so that there shall be no air circulation uponthe concrete surface.3.16. STRIPPINGFormwork shall not be disturbed until the concrete has hardened sufficientlyto withstand such action without damage. The formwork shall be uniform andprogressively removed so as to avoid creating uneven stresses in theconcrete.3.17. JOINTINGProvide the slip joints and similar between concrete elements and masonrywalls as shown on the Engineer’s drawings.Where concrete slabs on fill or natural ground butt walls or columns, insert astrip of approved 3 ply bituminous felt “road jointing”, equal in width to thedepth of the slab and butt jointed between lengths. Excess jointing materialprojecting above the slab surface shall be trimmed off on completion.19Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 SpecForm up all keyed construction joints and sawn or formed weakened planejoints as shown on the Engineer’s details.3.18. MOISTURE PROOF BARRIERBeneath the whole of the floor slab, laid on ground or filling, lay a moistureproof barrier of 0.3mm nominal “FORTECON”, in widest practicable widths.Joints to be lapped 150mm and sealed with “BEAR 550” tape. Pipes,conduits and similar penetrations shall be neatly taped and rendered leakproof. After laying and before concrete placement the whole of themembrane shall be inspected and any punctures repaired.3.19. DRAINAGE PITSThe stormwater drainage pits are to be provided as shown on the Engineer’sdrawings.3.20. CONCRETE SURFACE FINISHESType A-Keyed FinishesConforming to ACSE scratch finish, consisting of rough screeded finished toClass B tolerance to produce good mechanical bond for applied tile finish tothe following areas:• Entry foyers and toiletsType B-Trowelled FinishConforming to ACSE Concrete Specification finished to Class A tolerance tothe following areas:• Office floors, precast walls and stairsType C-Floated FinishConforming to ACSE Concrete Specification finished to Class B tolerance tothe following areas:• External driveways, footpaths, crossings and pathsNote: Provide falls in external paving as shown on the drawings.20Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec4. STRUCTURAL STEELWORK4.1. EXTENT OF THE WORKThe work shall consist of the supply, fabrication and erection of all steelworkindicated on the drawings and shall include surface treatment, storage,delivery, off loading erection, on site welding, all connections and fastenings,miscellaneous attachments, anchor bolts, wedging, permanent grouting andnecessary repairs to surface treatments. 4.2.SHOP DRAWINGSPrepare shop drawings showing clear and complete details of each assembly, component and connection, together with all information relative totheir fabrication, surface treatment and erection. Provide copies to thearchitect and the Engineer for approval prior to the commencement of anywork. Allow for a minimum of 10 working days for approval of the shopdrawings.The Contractor is to verify dimensions and levels for the work on site.4.3. MATERIALS, WORKMANSHIP AND FINISHUnless otherwise specified on the Engineer’s drawings and specification allstructural steel in this contract shall be tested, marked, inspected, stored, oftype and grade, fabrication, welded, erected, bolted, grouted, encased andsurfaces treated all in accordance with the ACSE Structural SteelSpecification and conforming to the relevant Australian Standards.Except where otherwise specified, all structural steelwork is to be cleaned ofall loose rust, loose mill scale, dust, oil and grease and shop applied with onecoat of good quality zinc rich primer, in accordance with AS 2004.After fabrication, any damage to or deterioration of the priming coat is to bemade good on site at the earliest opportunity.All anchor bolts, washers and nuts, angles and bars supporting masonry areto be hot-dip galvanised complete after fabrication, in accordance with AS1214 and AS 1650.4.4. ATTENDANCEThe Contractor shall perform all works in association with the erection of thestructural steel roof framing which shall include but not be restricted to thefollowing:a) Prepare the concrete elements to receive the steel beams and columns.b) Provide hold down bolts and other necessary fixings and accuratelyposition same for carrying in concrete elements in accordance with theshop drawings.4.5. ATTACHMENTSThe Contractor shall arrange an allow for the necessary drilling’s and cleatsto support and connect finishes and structure as shown on the drawings.21Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec5. METALWORK 5.1.GENERALLYAll mild steel specified in this section shall be of uniform section and free from pitting and other blemishes. Any metal components which are cut, pierced ortrimmed by mechanical saw or oxy-acetylene torch shall be ground after eachprocess to remove the rough cut edges.Except in structural components or as otherwise specified, all welds shall be6mm continuous fillet welds. Welds, which are uniform in contour anddimension for their entire length, shall require no further treatment unlessotherwise specified. Inconsistent welds shall e ground back flush.5.2. MATERIALSUnless otherwise specified, metals shall be suitable to their required function,finish and method of fabrication and comply with the relevant standards.Sections shall be of adequate strength and stiffness for their purposes.Extrusions shall be straight, with sharply defined profiles, free from all defectsimpairing appearance or durability.Prepainted steel sheets shall be equal to “Lysaght Colorbond” in all respectsand shall be suitable for exterior or interior use as recommended by themanufacturer.Aluminium sections and components shall be of B 6063 or KE 45 allows andhave minimum 0.02mm thick clear anodised finish to all exposed surfaces,unless otherwise specified.All extrusions shall be of smooth finish and free of excessive die lines.Galvanised components shall be hot dip galvanised after fabrication, unlessotherwise specified.5.3. WORKMANSHIPFabricate and assemble in the workshop wherever practicable. Use metalssuited to the process or finish specified. Match colours of sheet metals andextrusions in colour finished work.Cut edges, drilled holes, riveted joints, and flat sheets shall be clean, neatfree from burrs and indentations. Remove sharp edges without excessivereducing. Fit mitred joints accurately to a fine hairline.Form bends in steel tubing without deforming the true cross section, usingmethods recommended by the tube manufacturer.Items to be assembled and erected on site shall be preassembled in theworkshop and match marked. During assembly and erection, do not strain,twist, bend or open such items to bring them to their true positions.Use and mark proprietary items in accordance with the manufacturer’srecommendations.22Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 SpecProvide for thermal movement in joints and at fastenings, particularly in sheetmaterials. Prevent direct contact between incompatible metals by suitableand approved means.5.4. FASTENINGSGenerallyFixings, fastenings, anchors, lugs and the like shall ensure the rigidity of theassembly. All metal fixing components are to be of non-corroding materialsor are to be hot dip galvanised or electroplated.All fixings are to be located and spaced as detailed, specified orrecommended by the manufacturer of the item that is to be fixed and to thesatisfaction of the Architect.Pop rivets are not to be used on any item unless approved for each specificuse.Unless otherwise specified masonry anchors shall be of the patent expansiontype of approved manufacture.Unless otherwise specified exposed metal thread screws shall havecountersunk Philip heads. Countersinking for screws shall be of the exactsize of the screw head that shall finish flush.Welding, Brazing and SolderingWelding in steel shall be as specified under Structural Steel. Welding inaluminium shall be by inert gas arc process, or by resistance or pressurewelding where appropriate. There shall be no visible surface colourvariations in aluminium after jointing.Aluminium FasteningsFastenings to aluminium or alloys shall be aluminium alloy or non magneticstainless steel unless otherwise specified. Cadmium-plated steel fasteningsshall not be used except in protected situations subject to approval. Visiblefastenings shall be colour matched to adjacent aluminium work.5.5. PROTECTIONAll finished metalwork exposed to view on completion of the works shall beadequately protected during installation and for the duration of the works. Oncompletion of the contract remove all protective materials, clean down allsurfaces and leave whole in first class order.Do not weld previously galvanised members unless unavoidable. In suchcases, hot zinc spray or redip the whole item on completion. If neither ispracticable subject to approval, cold galvanise with an approval zinc richepoxy based paint to manufacturers recommendation.5.6. EPOXY POWDER COATINGRemove all rust by sandblasting and apply epoxy powder using anelectrostatic gun in a clean atmosphere to ensure that no dust particles orother impurities blemish the final product.23Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec5.7. ANODISINGAluminium to be anodised shall be given a matt surface by caustic etching orpolishing, chemically cleaned and given an anodised coating in accordancewith AS 1231 or AS 1956 as appropriate. Thickness shall be 0.20 – 0.25mmunless otherwise specified.Colour anodised finishes shall be prepared by an approved process usingsuitable dye pigments, or special alloys, or special hard coat alloys andelectrolytes or a combination of all of these. Colour shall be equal toapproved samples. 5.8.MECHANICAL FINISHMill finish, polishing, sandblasting, burnishing, hammering and scratch finishor satin finishes shall be within the range of approved samples.BAKED FINISH5.9. Pre-coated baked vinyl or acrylic finishes on aluminium or zincalume coatedsteel shall be factory applied and be capable of withstanding 20% salt sprayat 5°C for 300 hours without blistering, corroding, chalking, losing gloss oradhesion or changing colour after recovery period of 30 minutes.5.10. ALUMINIUM DOORS AND WINDOWSFabricate, supply and install to the extent and in the locations shown on thedrawings, aluminium framed doors and windows finished with polyesterpowder coatings of selected colour. All aluminium components are to beadequately protected with strippable coating, applied by the sub-contractorfor the entire duration of the Works, until removed by the Builder uponcompletion.Refer to Schedule of Finishes (Section 17.3) for window specification andfinishes.Shop drawings and samples of the approved finish are to be submitted to theArchitect for approval a minimum of 10 days before fabrication of these itemscommences.The whole of the aluminium doors and windows upon completion will becomplete with all glass and gazing, concealed fixings, weather pile strips,caulking, matching angle head and jamb trims (set in mastic against adjoiningmaterials) and all other components necessary to complete the installation.The aluminium doors and windows shall be a proprietary system installed instrict accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.5.11. GRAB RAILSStainless steel grab rail fixed to walls to BCA requirements for disabledamenities where indicated on the drawings.5.12. STAIR BALUSTRADEProvide stainless steel balustrade to all stairs complying with the BCA(Clauses D2.14 & D2.17) and relevant Australian Standards.24Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec5.13. BALCONY BALUSTRADEProvide stainless steel tubular railing and post, to complying with BCA(Clauses D2.16) and relevant Australian Standards.5.14. METAL STUD FRAMINGAll internal plasterboard faced walls shall be framed up using roll formed steelstud system equal to CSR Steel Stud Wall System, in accordance with themanufacturers instruction.5.15. CHAIN OPERATIONProvide a chain operator to each electrically operated roller shutter tofacilitate manual operation in case of power failure.25Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec 26Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec6. MASONRY 6.1.GENERALLYPre plan all work, confer, co-operate and execute to suit the needs of all trades and services. Determine the locations of all openings and items to bebuilt in prior to commencement.All of the work specified in this section shall be executed by experiencedtradesmen using the best trade practices and first quality materials. 6.2.STANDARDSThe materials and methods employed shall conform to the most recentpublished standards of the relevant SAA Specifications and Codes.6.3.SCOPE OF WORKThe dimensions, extent, type of blockwork, formation of special features,decorative elements, application of applied finishes, and location of all majorelements to be built into the work are described in the drawings.6.4.MATERIALSCommon Bricks AS 1640Brickwork in BuildingsAS 1225 & 1226Burnt Clay and Shale Building BricksAS 1475Concrete BlockworkAS 1500Concrete Building BlocksASA 123Mortar for Masonry ConstructionAS 1315Portland CementAS 1316Masonry CementISO 324Metal Wall Ties in BrickworkISO 325Lightweight Reinforcement for Brick and BlockworkISO 326Bitumenous Damp Proof Courses with Metal Core Shall be of nominal 230 x 150 x 76mm dimensions, free of callows andclinkers and having a minimum compressive strength of 20 MPa (equal toBoral PW76).Concrete BlocksShall conform to AS 1500 and shall be machine made as supplied by BoralBesser or other approved manufacturer. Blocks shall be of standard sizeswhich conform to 100 module, allowing for 10mm joint, and shall be soundwith sharp arris and free of cracks and other defects. All blocks shall bestandard natural grey unless otherwise specified and shall be high pressurecured by autoclave method.27Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 SpecWhere concrete blocks are used in face work, in addition to clean sharparrises and expose faces shall be of uniformly fine textures and free of anyblemishes. All blocks shall be delivered to site on pallets, PVC wrapped andproperly covered until their use.CementFor use in masonry mortars shall be fresh Portland Cement conforming to AS131.LimeShall be supplied ready for use from an approved source and shall complywith the relevant SAA standard.SandShall be washed, free from excessive clay, saline, organic and otherdeleterious substances and shall comply with the relevant SAA standards.WaterShall be clean, portable and drawn from and uncontaminated source.ConcreteConcrete infill to reinforced concrete block retaining walls where required bythe Engineer’s drawings, is to be of the strength nominated by the Engineerand is to be supplied, mixed and placed to the standards as specified under“Concrete”.All materials and components to comply with BCA Specification C1.10regarding Fire Hazard Properties.6.5. MORTARSPre mixed and site mixed mortars shall comply with AS 1640 Brickwork Codeand AS 123 Mortar for Masonry Construction.Site mixed mortars for use in concrete block retaining walls shall beEngineer’s details.Site mixed mortar for use in all other clay bricks shall be composed of 1 partPortland Cement, 1/10 part slaked lime and 6 parts sand. No plasticiser shallbe used without the supervisor’s specific approval, and where such approvalis given, the plasticiser shall be mixed in accordance with the manufacturers rrecommendations and given an equivalent strength.6.6. LAYINGAll block and brickwork shall be laid on full beds of mortar, in true and levelruns, with all vertical joints fully pointed. No section of work shall be carriedup more than 1500 above the proceeding work. All work shall be in straightwall lengths, and shall be accurately gauged.Cores in hollow blocks which are hereafter specified, to be reinforced andconcrete filled shall be kept free of excess mortar and droppings. All28Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Specblockwork shall be laid in accordance with the manufacturersrecommendations. 6.7.SETTING OUT AND GAUGINGBlock and brick walls shall be set out to ensure that end blocks or bricks are not less than half-length and that closers are not less than quarter length ofthe respective materials.The vertical gauge for all brickwork is 6 courses per 600mm. The horizontalgauge is in modules of 400mm, equivalent to one block and one perpend.6.8. BONDING AND REINFORCINGAll brickwork and blockwork shall be laid in stretcher bond.All reinforcing and securing pieces shall be to the Engineer’s details.6.9. JOINTINGBrickwork joints are to be left ready for render. Blockwork joints are to belightly ironed.6.10. CUTTING AND CHASINGAllow for and perform all necessary fair and rough cutting required to form thefeatures, to accommodate the built in elements, provide the openings andmaintain the gauges and bonds in all brickwork and blockwork, as specified,as implied by the nature of the work and as shown on the drawings.Allow for and form all necessary recesses, corbels, brick on edge or blocklevelling courses for seating structural elements and the like. Form allnecessary apertures for service pipes, ducts and conduits, recessed fittingsswitchboard and similar elements as specified or as required by the followingtrades.6.11. ACCESSORIES, EMBEDMENTS AND THE LIKEBuild in lugs and fixing devices supplied with all metal door frames (fully groutframes) and build in electrical conduits, ducts and hydraulic pipe work.6.12. DAMP PROOF COURSES, MEMBRANES AND FLASHINGSSupply and install the Damp Proof Courses and flashings throughout theproject as required. The Contractor must ensure that all flashings and dampproof courses are properly laid to shed and retain water to the outside of thepremises and that the works are made water and weather tight.Damp proof courses shall be “Super Alcor” or equivalent with heavy gaugealuminium core having both sides coated with bituminous material and sandsurfaced all in accordance with ISO 326. Damp proof courses shall be laid inthe longest practicable lengths, lapped 150mm at junctions and intersections.Damp proof courses shall be equal in width of the full width of the masonryleaf into which they are inserted.Lay damp proof courses over the first course from floor of all amenity walls.29Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec 30Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec7. CARPENTRY AND JOINERY 7.1.GENERALLYThe whole of the carpentry and joinery work throughout shall be framed in accordance with the best trade practices. Provide and fix all necessarytemplates, linings, blocks stops wedges and ironmongery. Allow for alltrimmings grooving, tonguing, rebating, morticing and other machining andjointing incidental to the proper execution of the work.All carpentry and joinery work shall be framed up in a workmanlike manner,by competent and qualified tradesmen employing the best trade practices. Injoinery work, any butt joints shall be glued and fastened with screws or nails.The moisture content of all seasoned timber shall be 12% to 15%. Only kilndried or equivalent seasoned timbers shall be used in joinery items.7.2. DOORSAll doors to be approved manufacture and shall comply with AS 1980 and AS1909.Solid core doors shall comply in all respects with the requirements of therelevant standards. Internal doors 35mm, external doors 40mm with marineply.Hardware shall be provided to suit the required purpose and shall be fixedstrictly in accordance with the requirements of the manufacturer, and complywith BCA NSW in all respects.The Builder is to allow for the supply, delivery and fixing of hardware,complete with all necessary suiting and master keying of locks, sampling ofcylinders, tagging of keys and similar for handover to the Proprietor.Glass sliding egress doors must comply with section D2.19 of the BCA, andbe provided with a failsafe automatic reset mechanism. All required exit doorhardware to comply with clause D2.21 of the BCA regarding operation oflatches.31Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec 32Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec8. MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL AND OTHER SERVICES 8.1.GENERALLYThe Builder shall be responsible for the setting out and location of all services and other items and shall provide necessary penetrations, trimmings, underflashings, building in or holding down bolts, plinths, repair and making goodof adjacent surfaces and the like to complete the services and installations.8.2. AIR CONDITIONING AND VENTILATIONMechanical ventilation to BCA requirements is to be provided to basementcarpark and all toilet areas.ComplianceAll work is to comply with AS 1668 Parts 1 and 2/1991/, BCA, SydneyVentilation Code and all other relevant codes and regulations.Associated Worka) Support platforms for condenser units, including all penetrations andflashings.b) Relief air grilles to doors and ceilings.c) Sub-mains, switchboards, control gear and wiring from the unitsdistribution board.d) Condensate drainage.e) All other works necessary for a complete installation.f) Refer to Mechanical Specification for “Work by Others” for mechanicalservices.“As-Built” DrawingsOn completion provide “as-built” drawings of all systems, including wiringdiagrams, equipment specifications and manufacturers maintenancemanuals.8.3. ELECTRICAL SERVICESAllow for the supply, installation, testing and commissioning of the whole ofthe Electrical Services.Electrical services shall include the following work, which will be carried outby a Specialist Nominated Sub-Contractor.1. Supply and installation of light fittings including exit and emergencyfittings and associated sub-circuit cabling.2. supply and installation of all power outlets and sub-circuit cablingincluding power connection to hot water service and roller shutters.3. supply and installation of consumer mains and sub-mains, main anddistribution switchboards.33Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec4. supply and installation of conduits, draw wires, frames and the likerequired by Telstra, to enable telephone installation to factory.5. supply and installation of a tw0 (2) channel perimeter wall duct in theoffice area equal to ESCO AS 100 extruded aluminium with selectedmarviplate cover piece.6. supply and installation of external flood lights located on parapet7. supply and installation of wiring to the stormwater pump8. testing and commissioning9. payment of all authority fees and chargesThese services shall include the above general provisions as well as allothers necessary to satisfy the requirements of the Energy Authority and therelevant Council.The Builder shall allow for attendance upon the subcontractor performingthese works, including the forming of openings or recesses required, theformation of any platforms that may be required, the making good of surfacesand any other attendance necessary to complete the subcontract.The Builder is to arrange with the contractor, on completion, for theproduction of all “as built” drawings, circuit diagrams, equipment and lightfitting guarantees and similar that may be necessary.34Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec9. ROOFING 9.1.EXTENTThe extent of the work comprises all roofing, roof plumbing and associated work including miscellaneous metal trim to make the whole building entirelywaterproof, weather tight and birdproof on completion. 9.2.SUBCONTRACTORSAn approved specialist subcontractor, who shall be fully experienced in the fixing, flashing and the like of the roofing specified, shall install the completeroof and associated works. 9.3.SUB STRUCTUREEnsure that the sub structure to the roofing is satisfactory for the acceptance of the specified materials before commencing fixing. Check the alignment ofpurlins or girts before fixing and sheets. Any mismatch at the abutting endsof purlins or girts shall not exceed 2mm. The top of purlins and battens shallnot deviate more than 5mm per metre of purlin or batten spacing from aplane parallel to the specified roof slope, and any such deviation shall besmooth.9.4. MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIPAll materials and workmanship shall be of first quality and shall comply withthe relevant standards. All materials shall be of approved manufacture andexperienced tradesmen using the best trade practices shall execute all fixing.Carry out all necessary operations for the satisfactory performance of the roofincluding cutting at junctions, trimming around penetrations, and flashing.Protect the roofing from damage throughout the works. Avoid constructionloads on the roof. Clean off debris and loose material from completedsections at the end of each day’s work and on completion. Keep therainwater system free of foreign matter and leave them unobstructed oncompletion.Prevent direct contact between incompatible metals by separating contactsurfaces with a suitable plastic or bituminous felt separation layer.Provide for thermal movement in the roof sheeting, including movement injoints and fastenings. Prevent detrimental effects including tearing, buckling,opening of joints, undue stress and fatigue.Work shall be pre planned and executed to meet the needs of all trades andservices. Positions of evaporative coolers, vents, flues and the like shall bedetermined in conjunction with the installation trade and shall be determinedin relation to purlin and girt locations prior to commencement of work.All materials and components to comply with BCA Specification C1.10regarding Fire Hazard Properties.35Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec9.5. METAL DECK ROOFINGThe entire roof shall be covered with metal deck roofing, similar and equal inall respects to 0.42mm thick “Lysaghts Trimdeck” High Ten roof sheeting,colorbond finish and in single length sheets, for the extent shown. Roofsheeting is to overhang box gutter sides by 50mm minimum and be turneddown.Fix with recommended fixings, complete with washers to steel purlins overthe insulation and sarking specified hereafter and trim roof sheeting in arecommended manner around exhaust ducts, vents, and penetrations. Thewhole of the installation is to be strictly in accordance with the manufacturer’srecommendations.Turn up roof trays at the high point to form tanked ends, to finish level withthe tops of the ribs. At parapets and at penetrations, provide and fix 0.61mmcolorbond zincalume steel apron flashings, overlapping and notched asrequired and turned up 75mm minimum to the parapet or penetration. Suchflashing shall be overflashed 75mm minimum by colorbond zincalumecappings. All flashings and overflashings are to be supplied and fixed in longlengths with joints between lengths lapped 150mm riveted and sealed using“Sikaflex” as recommended by the manufacturer. Overflashings are to besecured tightly to upstand flashings at regular centres to prevent weatherentry using pop rivets or set screws, and sealants.The whole of the roof shall be made water and weather tight.9.6. INSULATION AND SARKINGProvide sarking and insulation under metal deck roofing to the whole of theroof area. Insulation to be 50mm thick.Sarking and insulation to be supported on 50×1.2mm galvanised poultry wiremesh over purlins and wired secure. The sarking shall be laid to themaximum practical lengths and widths, with side and end laps not less than150mm and insulation, sarking and chicken wire are to be trimmed neatly atpenetrations.Sarking material must comply with BCA requirements, and must have aFlammability Index not more than 5 (refer BCA Specification C1.10).9.7. GUTTERSBox gutters to the above roof shall unless otherwise noted be formed asshown on the detail drawings out of 1.0mm zincalume to be laid on supportdecking as specified below, turned up against gutter purlins and carriedunder roof sheeting as shown. All joints to be lapped, sealed and popriveted. Form expansion joints as a stop end where shown with zinc saddles.Gutters to be of sizes as shown on the drawings, by Hydraulic consultant.Provide 300x100mm overflow spouts in locations shown. Leave the whole ofthe box gutter in a thoroughly water tight condition.Fall gutters from a high end to sump. Sides of gutters are to have topshorizontal and trimmed flush with tip of gutter purlin as detailed.36Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec 9.8.GUTTER SUPPORTSProvide and install box gutter and sump supports constructed of treated hook bolts, 30x30x2mm mild steel support angles at maximum 900 centres or 2 toeach sump and continuous zincalume Spandeck sheeting, for whole widthand length of gutters.Securely suspend to required falls and separate gutter from support sheetingwith 0.02mm thick PVC membrane sheeting. 9.9.SUMPSProvide zincalume sheet steel sumps, 500mm long, full width of gutter and 200mm deep. Lap seal and pop rivet all joints. Fit sump guards of 6mmgalvanised steel mesh, spacings 50x50mm over sumps.9.10. DOWNPIPES AND OVERFLOWSProvide prefinished colorbond circular downpipes in the locations shown onhydraulic drawings. Joints to withstand head pressure and be connected tosumps and outlet with necessary offsets, and connected to drains at foot.Securely fix astragals at 1500mm maximum centres with masonry anchors.Allow for selected colorbond rainwater heads as specified. Refer also toSchedule of Finishes (Section 16).9.11. ROOFLIGHTSThe Translucent Sheeting shall be Ampelite industrial quality sheeting typeSC as manufactured by Ampelite Fibreglass Pty ltd or similar to comply withAS 2376 Part 2, Licence No 986. The weight of the sheet shall be *2400g/m2and shall be manufactured to conform with the Trimdek profile and Opalcolour sheeting shall be installed in accordance with Ampelite fixinginstructions and with the Plastics Building Sheets – General InstallationRequirements and Design of Roofing Systems AS 2424, 1991.37Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec 38Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec10. HYDRAULIC SERVICES10.1. GENERALLYThe whole of the work shall be carried out by a fully licensed Plumber andDrainer and in accordance with the rules and regulations of Sydney Water,the Local Council requirements, the specification and the accompanyingdrawings.Apply for and obtain all permits, give notice and pay all fees. Wherenecessary break into existing services including the Board’s sewer and makeconnections to the satisfaction of the governing authorities.Drains and other underground or enclosed work shall be left exposed untilinspected, tested and approved.Leave all unfinished work in a safe condition by protection of the worksagainst damage or loss through any cause whatever until the works havebeen handed over on completion.The Contractor is to allow for and provide any necessary penetrationsthrough structural components. Locations of all penetrations are to beapproved by the Structural Engineer, prior to cutting or forming ofpenetrations.The plumber shall allow for the setting out of all core holes and the supplyand fixing of core hole forms for the passage of all hydraulic pipework beforethe fixing of any pipework is commenced to ensure that such pipework doesnot foul the pipework, ducts and similar of other trades.10.2. PLUMBING AND DRAINAGE RECORDSDuring the progress of the works the Contractor is to record faithfully thelocation of the depths “as laid” of all sewer and stormwater lines showing alsothe location of all concealed gulleys, cleaning eyes, junctions, risers andother salient features. The location of these items is to be related to wallsand floor levels. Similar “as built” records will be kept during the Works andproduced upon completion, of all plumbing runs, stacks, vent pipes, floordrainage outlets, cold water services.On completion of the works and prior to the end of the Defects Liability Periodthe Contractor is to record all such information on well prepared anddocumented drawings and is to issue the Architect with three (3) copies eachof such records.10.3. EXTENT OF WORKSThe work to be executed under this contract comprises the supply,installation and commissioning of the following Hydraulic Services completewith all excavation for pipework, the placement of pipework and fittings, theconstruction of all its, sumps, trenches, all backfilling, the installation of allabove ground pipework, fixing clips, hangers and the like, the supply andinstallation of those fixtures specified hereafter and the completion of allworks to the satisfaction of the governing Authorities. The works comprise:a) All stormwater drainage shown on the drawings.39Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Specb) All waste plumbing and drainage indicated on the drawings.c) Cold water supply to taps, cocks, fire hose reels and hydrant whereshown on the drawings.d) Hot water piping from hot water unit to each fitting indicated. All hot waterpipes are to be fully lagged using an approved expanded or foam plasticinsulation sleeve.10.4. DRAWINGSAll pipe runs, branches, levels and the like, shown on the drawings arediagrammatic and are included for tender purposes only and as beingindicative of preferred routes of pipes.The Hydraulic Contractor shall be entirely responsible for the design of therespective reticulations and for the accuracy of all as built drawingssubmitted.10.5. MATERIALSGenerallyAll pipes and fittings and other materials shall be of the best quality of theirrespective kinds and must comply with the requirements of the responsibleauthority and be in accordance with their respective SAA specifications.Drainage pipesAll soil and sullage pipes shall conform with Australian Standards for vitreousclay pipes or such higher standards as may be required by the Water Board.UPVC and polypropylene pipes shall be manufactured in accordance with AS1435 for Sewer Waste and Vent applications.Where required as agricultural drains they shall be slotted with a 4mm saw at150mm spacings and wrapped in woven “Geofabric” or other approved filtersock.Plumbing pipesAll copper pipes shall be solid drawn tube in accordance with AS 1432.Gauges of tubing shall be in accordance with: 10 to 15mm diameter0.9mm18 to 20mm diameter1.0mm25 to 65mm diameter1.2mm80 to 125mm diameter1.6mm Brass tubing shall be 70/30 quality gauge, conforming to Type 5, AS 1432.10.6. LAYING, JOINTING, FITTINGS AND THE LIKEAll excavation and backfilling is to comply with this specification underExcavation and Siteworks.40Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 SpecDrainage worksAll stormwater and sewerage lines shall be laid in straight runs, with uniformgradients bedded solidly on the barrel on a 75mm minimum sand bed. Joinsewerage and stormwater pipes with approved rubber rings.Provide and lay all necessary traps, sealed gulleys, radiussed bends, vents,slope junctions, tapered reducers, induct pipe fittings and other accessoriesrequired to complete the service in accordance with the Water Board andlocal Council requirements. Induct pipes are to be provided with approvedbrass covers.All frames to covers and gratings are to be built in to the manufacturer’sspecification and all covers and gratings are to be fitted, protected and wherenecessary filled in wit concrete in accordance with the manufacturer’sspecifications.Plumbing works generallyAll works shall be free of each other and easily replaceable for their fulllength. Pipes shall be so arranged with inspection openings, valves, andsimilar items of equipment placed as to be accessible through inspectiondoors, or access panels in the walls, floors or ceilings.Wherever possible, pipes shall be run parallel with the walls and slabs andwith each other and branches taken off at right angles.Modifications, diversions and or disconnection’s affecting the work shall bereported immediately. Prior to proceeding, be responsible for the resolutionof such difficulties in conjunction with the Authorities and the Architect.During construction, leave all unfinished work in a safe condition, protectingthe works against damage or loss through any case whatsoever. Seal offopen ends of pipes in such a manner as to prevent the entry of foreign matterinto the lines until the works have been handed over on completion.Provide all piping, fitting, tools plant and all other incidental materialsnecessary for the satisfactory installation of the works. All work to be carriedout in a neat and tradesmanlike manner.Wherever practical, adjoining or overlapping materials shall becomplimentary on the Galvanic Table. Where adjoining or overlappingmaterials have a tendency to produce galvanic corrosion on one another theyare to be separated by a PVC strip or sheet of approved material.Sanitary plumbingGenerally work is to be carried out to all sanitary fittings shown on drawingand referred to in this Specification. All fabrication in an approved mannerand to the complete satisfaction of the Water Board requirements and inaccordance with relevant by-laws.Unless otherwise specified clips and brackets for copper pipework shall begalvanised mild steel separated from the copper by PVC strip or similarapproved materials. Fixings required for chrome plated pipework shall bethemselves chrome plated.41Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 SpecHorizontal pipe runs to be fixed to regulation falls and when fixed tounderside of floors or beams to be hung with adjustable hanging brackets atmaximum of 1800mm centres, or as required by the Water Board.Traps and all other exposed water pipes in tiled areas to be chrome plated.All traps are to be of universal type and to have a water seal as required bythe Water board.Flashing of vents where passing through roofs to be cloaked over with collarflashing. Provide approved cowl with flywire to all vents passing through roof.Water servicesAll copper tube to be Table 3, type 3 tube or of other tubing approved by theArchitect and the Water board. Tubes 25mm and less are to be of capillaryfitting type. No tubes are to be less than 12mm outside diameter for coldwater.Supply and install all necessary control valves and cocks, reducers, elbowscouplings, tees, nipples, brushes, unions and other fittings necessary tocomplete the service and to effect the connection of satisfactory water flow toall sanitary fixtures, equipment and faucets or other outlets as shown on thedrawings or as specified herein.No pipes or fittings shall be cast into concrete slabs. Pipes passing throughslabs shall be fed through oversized cores or sleeves.The whole of the service shall be pressure tested on completion of eachstage and before service is concealed Rectify any faults discovered.Pay all fees, arrange for extension from existing supply main or wherenecessary obtain a new tapping in the Board’s mains as agreed to by theWater Board.From the new supply, extend the water service reticulation service inappropriate minimum diameters to all fixtures, fittings, hosecocks and the likeshown on the drawings, schedule in an specified hereunder, all requiringsupply.Hot waterSupply and fix hot water units to locations as shown on hydraulic drawings.Fire hose reels and hydrantsSupply and install fire hose reels where shown on drawings. Hose reels shallconform to AS 1221-1981 and be of a type approved by the local fire brigade.The reel shall be painted the colour Signal Red. The mounting plate shall besecured in a rigid workmanlike manner without damage to the surroundingareas in an approved manner using galvanised or non-ferrous metal masonrybolts sufficient to withstand with an adequate margin for safety the fixing testand the minimum static and dynamic loads likely to be applied to the fixing.Hydrants to be installed in accordance with BCA, Water Board requirementsand AS 3500.42Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec10.7. PITS AND SUMPSAll drainage inspection/junction pits and sumps are to be constructed in thelocation and to the depths and details shown on the Engineer’s details.Where not otherwise specified pits and sumps are to be constructed of20MPa concrete reinforced with AS N9.604 fabric, rebated for manhole coverframe. Where pits exceed 620mm in depth, provide and install galvanisedstep iron of 19mm diameter MS approx 610mm long overall U shape, coggedat ends and built into concrete walls and in accordance with the requirementsof the Water Board.Pit covers are to be heavy-duty cast iron grating equal to “Gatic”.10.8. TESTINGPrior to any backfilling or building in, carry out all tests as before specifiedand as required by Authorities and rectify any rejected, faulty orunsatisfactory work.10.9. SINKSSupply and install 1200 long single bowl and drainer stainless steels inkequal to Clarke.43Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec 44Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec11. PAVING, TILING AND FLOOR FINISHES11.1. GENERALLYThe whole of the work shall be carried out by competent tradesmen under thesupervision of a foreman who is responsible to the respective subcontractor.All materials such as cement, aggregate, sand and water shall comply withthe specification under “Concrete”. All work shall be of the best qualityworkmanship and shall be left uniform, level and true, free of trowel marks,cracks, chip marks, stains and other defects and surfaces are to be eventhroughout.Cover all paving whilst curing and protect finished surfaces against wetmaterials or following trades until completion of contract.Slab walls and the like are to be thoroughly cleaned and sparrow pickedwhere necessary or treated with a chemical bonding agent equal to“Cemstick”. Where two levels of topping or other finish meet at doors, gradeto higher level.11.2. INTEGRAL FINISHESAll floor areas which are not topped, tiled or similar, shall be finished whilegreen in accordance with the Engineer’s specification and to tolerances andquality required for the various flooring surfaces specified.11.3. CERAMIC WALL TILESTiles to be in splashbacks 400mm high to back and returns of kitchen sinksand vanities. Ceramic tiles are to be fixed with approved adhesive to walls.All tile joints are to be fully pointed up with white cement grout andcompletion are to be left clean and free of defects, faulty grouting chippedtiles and the like.11.4. CERAMIC FLOOR TILESThe extent of floor tiles is shown on the drawings, with a 200 high skirting.All tiles are to be laid on a 3:1 sand/cement bed. Bed to be minimum 13mmthick at floor wastes. Tiles shall be cut neatly around obstructions and shallhave all joints grouted with natural cement mortar, with the joint surfacesfinished slightly, concave. Allow tiles and joints to set and cure, and leave alltiling clean and free from defects, faulty jointing, chipped tiles and the like.Ceramic tiles to have non-slip finish to toilets, cleaner room and showerrecesses.Finish tiled floors at junctions with differing floor finishes with a corrosionresistant metal dividing strip fixed to the substrate. If changes of floor finishoccur at doorways, make the junction directly below the closed door.11.5. WATERPROOFINGWaterproofing of all wet areas to be undertaken in accordance with AS 3740(clause F1.7).45Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 SpecMembraneProvide a proprietary liquid applied or sheet membrane system which:• has a current Australian Building Products and Systems CertificationScheme certificate; or• has a current technical opinion issued by the Australian BuildingSystems Appraisal Council stating that the system is suitable for useas a waterproofing system for use in wet areas and associated floorsand wall/floor junctions which are to be tiledFloor waste installationTurn membrane down onto the floor waste puddle flanges, and adhere.Hob installationExtend membrane over the hob and into the room at least 50mm.External tilingProvide a waterproof membrane under external floor tiling, to balconies andover habitable rooms, which forms a drained tank suitable for continuousimmersion. Do not run under bounding walls.CuringAllow membrane to cure fully before tiling.46Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec12. PLASTERING AND RENDERING12.1. EXTENTThis part shall apply to all plasterboard and render to inside of toilet areas.12.2. GENERALLYThe whole of the work shall be carried out by competent tradesmen under thesupervision of a foreman who is responsible to the respective subcontractor.All material such as cement, and water shall comply with the specification asunder “Concrete”.12.3. PLASTERBOARD WALL LININGSPlasterboard wall lining to stud partitions shall be 13mm thick CSR “Gyprock”or similar approved machine made plasterboard sheeting with recessededges.Provide large sheets, trim openings and neatly finish for power and switchpoints, pipes, door ducts, and the like clean splashes and complete, true andplumb.Set salient angles of “Gyprock” with metal corner bead to manufacturer’srecommendation.All plaster board linings are to be handled, cut installed, fastened, tapedjointed, and the like in accordance with “CSR” Installation Manual.Provide water resistant grade plasterboard to areas adjacent to Kitchenetteand Vanity benches.12.4. PLASTERBOARD WALL SYSTEMSAll internal plasterboard wall systems shown on the drawings shall be framedup with roll formed steel stud system, as specified under “Metalwork”12.5. RENDERRender to be minimum 12mm thick. Prepare sub-base as required to ensurea good bond and finish render ready for painting.47Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec 48Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec13. CEILINGS13.1. SUSPENDED CEILINGSSuspended ceilings to be drop in panel type support on a 600×1200 T barsuspension system, ceiling panels to be equivalent to “Freshtone” vinylcoated plasterboard tile by “Gyprock”. Suspension system to be exposedgrid suspended from roofing purlins/concrete slab soffit as applicable. Allexposed grids to be prefinished in white complete with all matchingaccessories and trims. All materials and fixings to be in completeaccordance with manufacturer’s recommendations.Marked or damaged panels or grids are to be replaced or painted as requiredby the Architect.Setout for the grids to be in accordance with the drawings. Ensure that gridsalign with window mullions and provide necessary cuts and infills. All cut tilesto have rebated edges.Ceilings to amenities area are to be have vinyl faced plasterboard tiles.49Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec 50Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec14. GLAZING14.1. GENERALLYThis part comprises all glass and glazing, including factory glazing ofwindows, doors, balconies and the like items specified in other parts, shownon the drawings and as necessary.14.2. MATERIALSGlass shall comply generally with BS 952, be the kinds and grades specifiedor shown on the drawings, and shall be free from cracks, scratches, bubbles,blisters, and other defects which will interfere with the appearance or service.Glazing not otherwise specified shall be float glass of thickness complyingwith the requirements of AS 1288 for a basic design wind velocity of 40metres/second and the applicable terrain category stated in AS 1170 Part 2.External glazing to aluminium framed doors, windows and balconies to be of“Pilkington Light Green” in the appropriate grades.Mirrors are to be 6mm polished float, after cutting silvered by process equalto copper back. Edges to be polished before coating. Provide semiconcealed approved fixing clips spaced at maximum 900 centres.14.3. WORKMANSHIPGlass to be cut smooth with straight edge and the full size required by thevarious openings but maintaining clearances. Nipping to reduce oversizeddimensions, flares and the like will not be permitted. Where glass edges butat mitred corners and at butted junctions edges shall be ground to providetrue straight edges.Sealants to be fixed strictly to manufacturer’s written instructions. Glass tobe cleaned and sealant trimmed off to approval.14.4. GLAZING TO ALUMINIUM DOORS AND WINDOWSGlazing to aluminium framed doors and side lights and aluminium framedwindows to be supplied with the doors and windows by the manufacturer.All glazing is to be in full compliance with the governing Authorities with sheetsizes and thickness suitable to framing openings.14.5. ON COMPLETIONJust prior to practical completion replace all scratched and broken glass andthoroughly clean and polish all glass provided in whole contract.51Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec 52Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec15. PAINTING15.1. GENERALLYAll materials used in the painting trade shall be of the best quality availableand shall conform to their respective standards.All materials in this trade shall be delivered fresh to the site in sealedcontainers bearing the name and brand of an approved manufacturer. Notrade lines will be accepted.The respective manufacturer’s instructions and specification for thepreparation of surfaces and the preparation and application of the materialsshall be strictly adhered to. Breaking down and thinning of materials, unlessrecommended by the manufacturer is not permitted.Supply, maintain and remove on completion all necessary masking, dropsheets or other protective measures required to prevent the permanentdisfigurement of prefinished surfaces and equipment or surfaces to which noother finish is to be applied.Any spillage, splash or spray marks shall be removed immediately to theProprietor’s satisfaction. If removal and cleaning is not acceptable the wholesection of the affected area is to be retreated, painted or replaced to theProprietor’s satisfaction.The medium for application of the paints and other applied films, shall be atype recommended or stipulated by the respective manufacturer. Irrespectiveof the medium employed, the finished film or coat shall be homogeneous andof uniform coverage, free from gaps, and semi bare patches and otherblemishes.Allow for neatly cutting in, on straight lines between different materials and/orcolours and at the natural junction between planes.Paint coats or films shall be free of runs or sags. No painting shall beexecuted on improperly prepared surfaces or under atmospheric conditionswhich would be detrimental to the quality of the finishing coat.Generally undercoats and pre finishing coats shall be applied in varyingshades of the final coat. Final colours will be as selected, colours shall be ofthe manufacturer’s standard architectural colour range but the painter will beexpected to tint colours not available or not standard. Any work not bearingout to this or the paint manufacturer’s specification is to be given anadditional finishing coat.The Builder is to provide all scaffolding, assistance and attendance for thistrade. The contractor is to allow for and provide samples of finishes orcolours as requested.15.2. PREPARATIONSuitably prepare substrates to receive the painting system specified includingbut not necessarily limited to the following:• clean down,53Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec• remove loose and foreign matter including grease, oil, laitance, dust,dirt and the like,• fill cracks and holes,• sand down, and• leave smoothUnless otherwise specified the surface shall be dry before paintingcommences. If there is mould or moss on the surface, treat it with anappropriate fungicide in accordance with the manufacturer’srecommendations and treat efflorescence if present.15.3. COATING SYSTEMSExternal and internal steel and metalworkWhere not prefinished with colorbond, all galvanised surfaces are to bethoroughly de greased and cleaned.Apply:• one coat approved etching primer• one coat zinc chromate primer• one coat undercoat• two coats full gloss enamelRefer to schedule for final coloursInternal plasterboardAll cavities shall be stopped as required with approved plaster filler, the wholerubbed down to remove all extraneous material and irregularities.Apply:• one coat sealer• one coat undercoat• two coats satin acrylicPainted woodworkInternal joinery items to be painted, shall be sanded smooth, all holes andcavities shall e stopped, any knots shall be sealed with knotting varnish, thewhole sanded smooth and cleaned.Apply:• one coat undercoat• two coats full gloss enamel15.4. SIGNAGE AND TACTILE INDICATORSProvide all required statutory signage in accordance with BCA NSWrequirements (refer to Section C3.6, section E3.3) and tactile indicators AS1428.1.54Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec15.5. MISCELLANEOUS FINISHESCar parking bays as shown on the drawings are to identified in accordancewith Council’s requirements using 75mm wide white line markings equal to“Stanmark” brand polymer film.15.6. ON COMPLETIONDo all making good and cleaning, patching and touching up to matchadjacent surfaces and colours.55Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec 56Proposed Factory Units & Office Space 7 Layland Way, Banksia1262R_2 Spec16. SCHEDULE OF FINISHES ItemsFinishColourRoller ShutterExternal DoorsSolid core doors waterproofply, paint finish.Steel door jambs paint finish,hardware in satin chromeInternal DoorsRedicote hardboard doors,paint finish, hardware in stainchromeAll framed glazingAluminium commercialframes, powder coat finishDulux Powdercoat,“charcoal”GlazingBody tint plate glassTo be advisedMetal awningsover doors facingstreetPowdercoat finishRoof roofingLysaghts Trimdeck High Tenroof sheetingColorbond “Gull Grey”Office & amenitiesPainted plasterboardTo be advisedExternal wallsPrecast concrete panel –paint finishColour A: “Mule LTB”SolargardColour B: “FremantleSails WH” SolargardStreet awningsPainted galvanised steelworkMetal louvres andlouvred doorsPowdercoated metalworkDownpipes,cappings andrainwater headsPre finished metalDriveway areasReinforced concrete, broomfinishNatural 57NotesAmendments DateSite and Landscape PlanTAS7 CC-1AMar 2005Job No Dwg NoScale 1:400 DateFax: 1234 5679Ph: 1234 5678O L Y M P I C D E S I G N S55 Olympic ParadeHomebush NSW 2140All dimensions to be checked onsite prior to construction,ordering or manufactureof items.1 2Do not scale this drawing.*************************************************PROPOSED FACTORY UNITS& OFFICE SPACEforTasmegs Development Pty Ltd7 Layland WayBanksia5 4 3 2 16 7 8 9 10ComplexTenant BoardRefuse containerareaRefuse containerarea1280025005400LAYLAND WAY19 x psPlant Scheduleps pennisetum setaceum(Crimson Fountain Grass)19 x ps 3x ll3 x llll lomandra longifolia cv Katrinus1 x ap(Japanese Maple)ap acer palmatum7 x ta ta themeda australis(Mingo Grass)var. Mingo1 x ap7 x ta13 x oj1 x rp‘Nanus’(Dwarf Mondo)oj ophiopogon japonicusrp robinia pseudocacia(Golden Robinia)‘Frisia’Boundary 87025 0°0’00”Boundary 73200 90°0’00”12825Note: All garden beds to have100mm layer of hard woodchip mulch2000185002000127515011400 4000 50001262R/2 Pg 1 of 31NotesAmendments DateExisting Site PlanTAS7 CC-2AMar 2005Job No Dwg NoScale 1:400 DateFax: 1234 5679Ph: 1234 5678O L Y M P I C D E S I G N S55 Olympic ParadeHomebush NSW 2140All dimensions to be checked onsite prior to construction,ordering or manufactureof items.1 2Do not scale this drawing.*************************************************PROPOSED FACTORY UNITS& OFFICE SPACEforTasmegs Development Pty Ltd7 Layland WayBanksiaAll existing trees &shrubs to be removedLAYLAND WAYBoundary 87025 0°0’00”Boundary 73200 90°0’00”Existing dwelling tobe demolishedExisting shed tobe demolishedLOT 42 LOT 43 LOT 212T1T3T2T4T5T6T9T7 T8TREE GIRTH (mm)1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 935045030060075055055050011501262R/2 Pg 2 of 31terra cotta pavers onsand and cement bedprecast concretewheel stop5 4 3 2 1RL 21.17WORKSHOP WORKSHOPRL 21.17WORKSHOPRL 21.17WORKSHOPRL 21.17WORKSHOPRL 21.17LOADINGBAY BAYLOADINGBAYLOADINGBAYLOADINGBAYLOADINGRC slab to eng. details steeltrowel finish – typicalRC precast wall panels to eng.detailsFRL 90/90/90 wall u/s of roofsheetsRS 5RS4RS3RS2RS1D 2425D23D22D21D W 5W 4first floor dashedoverCL TEA M/DIS M/DIS TEA CLUP UPBBBBDPFRL -/60/30 fire exit17DD 1620D D19D 18FRL -/60/30 fire exitFRL 90/90/90 wall u/s of roofsheetsRC precast wall panels to eng.detailsRC slab to eng. details steeltrowel finish – typicalFRL -/60/30 fire exit FRL -/60/30 fire exitD1115D12D 14 D 13 DD 6D10D 9 D 8 D 7D 5D 1D 2 D 3 D 4W 2W 3W 1CL CL CLTEA TEA TEAM/DIS M/DIS M/DISBBBBBBDP BDPDPUP UP UPFRL 90/90/90 wallNotesAmendments DateGround Floor Set Out PlanTAS7 CC-3AJan 2005Job No Dwg NoScale 1:100 DateFax: 1234 5679Ph: 1234 5678O L Y M P I C D E S I G N S55 Olympic ParadeHomebush NSW 2140All dimensions to be checked onsite prior to construction,ordering or manufactureof items.1 2Do not scale this drawing.*************************************************PROPOSED FACTORY UNITS& OFFICE SPACEforTasmegs Development Pty Ltd7 Layland WayBanksiaUnits 1 – 51262R/2 Pg 3 of 313485 3175 1751501910901310 2475 12506001504050 68351752525 2675 150 2675 2525 175901060901595902450 150 2450 90 1595 90 1060 902875 2500 150 2500 28755375 150 5375350 typ350 typ900 2100 1650120012001503425 1200 600150600 1200 34251503485 3175175150 1910901310 2475 12506001504050 6835200350 typ350 typ1425 3195 150 3195 14251250901280901910 150 1910 90 128090 12504620 150 46204905 1425150 2450901490902120906001504050 1505 3575 1250150 2125 1200 1350 1200 2125 1504905 14251502450901490902120906001504050 1505 3575 12501425 31951250 13709019104620 150 1275600 625300 100300750 1200650 60039501504830300 22515055004905 1425150 2450 90 1490 90 2120 90600 150 3850 150 1505 3575 1250350 typ350 typNotesAmendments DateGround Floor Set Out PlanTAS7 CC-4AJan 2005Job No Dwg NoScale 1:100 DateFax: 1234 5679Ph: 1234 5678O L Y M P I C D E S I G N S55 Olympic ParadeHomebush NSW 2140All dimensions to be checked onsite prior to construction,ordering or manufactureof items.1 2Do not scale this drawing.*************************************************PROPOSED FACTORY UNITS& OFFICE SPACEforTasmegs Development Pty Ltd7 Layland WayBanksiaUnits 6 – 10FRL 90/90/90 wallUP UP UPDPDPDP BBBBBBBM/DIS M/DIS M/DISTEA TEA TEACL CL CLFRL -/60/30 fire exit FRL -/60/30 fire exitRC slab to eng. details steeltrowel finish – typicalRC precast wall panels to eng.detailsFRL 90/90/90 wall u/s of roofsheetsFRL -/60/30 fire exitD 43D 4241DFRL -/60/30 fire exitDPBBBBUP UPCL TEA M/DIS M/DIS TEA CLfirst floor dashedoverW 2640D39D38D37DD 36RS10RS9RS8RS6 7RSFRL 90/90/90 wall u/s of roofsheetsRC precast wall panels to eng.detailsRC slab to eng. details steeltrowel finish – typicalLOADINGBAYLOADINGBAYLOADINGBAYLOADINGBAY BAYLOADINGRL 21.17WORKSHOPRL 21.17WORKSHOPRL 21.17WORKSHOPRL 21.17WORKSHOP WORKSHOPRL 21.176 7 8 9 10precast concretewheel stopterra cotta pavers onsand and cement bed44D45D46D47D48D D 49 D 5051D53D D 54 D 5552D56D57D58D D 59 D 6027W28W29W30W1262R/2 Pg 4 of 31175 3175 34851501910901250 2475 13106001506835 4050175 2525 2675 150 2675 2525 175901060901595902450150 2450 90 1595 90 1060 902875 25001502500 28755375150 5375350 typ350 typ1650 2100 900120012001503425 1200 600150600 1200 3425 1503175 34851751910 150901250 2475 13106001506835 4050200350 typ350 typ1425 3195150 3195 14251250901280901910150 1910 90 128090 12504620150 46201425 49052450 150901490902120906001501250 3575 1505 4050150 2125 1200 1350 1200 2125 1501425 49051502450901490902120906001501250 3575 1505 40501425 31951250 13709019104620150 1275600 625100 3003001200 750600 65039501504830300 2251425 490590 2120 90 1490 90 2450 1501250 3575 1505 150 3850 150 600350 typ350 typ150108005 4 3 2 1BELOWWORKSHOPRL 24.67FRL 90/90/90 wallRC precast wall panels to eng.detailsFRL 90/90/90 wallFRL 90/90/90 wallRL 24.67 RL 24.67 RL 24.67 RL 24.67WORKSHOPBELOWWORKSHOPBELOWWORKSHOPBELOWWORKSHOPBELOWOFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICEUP UPUP UP UPWC WCWC WC WC“Hi-light” sunscreen in steelframe over to detailNotesAmendments DateFirst Floor Set Out PlanTAS7 CC-5AJan 2005Job No Dwg NoScale 1:100 DateFax: 1234 5679Ph: 1234 5678O L Y M P I C D E S I G N S55 Olympic ParadeHomebush NSW 2140All dimensions to be checked onsite prior to construction,ordering or manufactureof items.1 2Do not scale this drawing.*************************************************PROPOSED FACTORY UNITS& OFFICE SPACEforTasmegs Development Pty Ltd7 Layland WayBanksiaRS5 4RSRS 3RS 2RS 1D35 34D D3332DD3031D28D D2927D D26Units 1 – 523W W22W 2519W18W16WW 7 W 811W12W17W24W21W W20W 1513W W14W 10W 9W 61262R/2 Pg 5 of 312503660 65 1501650 250100 58251001250 100 2000 100 3120 1001250 1375 1995 150605 3370 150 1900285 9560 2851013060253355 1800 900285 11420100 8630 100 1200100 1250100 6905 100 3025 1250900 150 6055 3025 12503355 1800 900285 11420100 86301001200100125010069051003025 1250250 3825 150 3825 250100 3975 150 3975 1001250100200010011701501170100200010012501250 1375 19951501995 1375 1250705 33701503370 7053355 1800 900285 11420100 863010012001001250100 69051003025 12509001506055 3025 12505375 150 5375 4075 150 40758735 1500 600285 11420 180100 47601002000 100 1300 2475 125011685 10090015010835 200600 1500 775 775 1500600250 5125 150 5125 250100 3975100120015012001003975 100100 26751002500 150 2500 100 2675 1002875 2500 150 2500 28755375 150 53758735 1500 600285 11420 180100 4760 100 2000 100 1300 2475 1250100 11685 100900 150 10835 2006 7 8 9 10BELOWWORKSHOPRL 24.67FRL 90/90/90 wallRC precast wall panels to eng.detailsFRL 90/90/90 wallFRL 90/90/90 wallRL 24.67 RL 24.67 RL 24.67 RL 24.67WORKSHOPBELOWWORKSHOPBELOWWORKSHOPBELOWWORKSHOPBELOWOFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICEUP UPUP UP UPWC WCWC WC WC“Hi-light” sunscreen in steelframe over to detailNotesAmendments DateFirst Floor Set Out PlanTAS7 CC-6AJan 2005Job No Dwg NoScale 1:100 DateFax: 1234 5679Ph: 1234 5678O L Y M P I C D E S I G N S55 Olympic ParadeHomebush NSW 2140All dimensions to be checked onsite prior to construction,ordering or manufactureof items.1 2Do not scale this drawing.*************************************************PROPOSED FACTORY UNITS& OFFICE SPACEforTasmegs Development Pty Ltd7 Layland WayBanksiaRS6D61Units 6 – 10RS 7RS 8RS 910RS31W62D63D64D65D66D68D 67 D70D 69 DW 32W 35W 36W 33W 3437W38W39W40W42W43WW 4144WW 45W 46W 47 W 48 W 49W 501262R/2 Pg 6 of 31250 3660 65 1501650 250100 58251001250100 2000 100 3120 1001250 1375 1995 150605 3370150 1900285 9560 285101306025900 1800 335511420 2851250 1001200 100 8630 1001250 3025 100 6905 1001250 3025 6055 150 900900 1800 335511420 2858630 1001001200100125010069051001250 3025250 3825150 3825 250100 3975150 3975 1001250100200010011701501170100200010012501250 1375 19951501995 1375 1250705 33701503370 705900 1800 335511420 2858630 100100120010012506905 1001001250 30259001501250 3025 605540755375 150 4075150 5375600 1500 8735180 11420 2854760 1001001250 2475 1300 100 2000100 11685900150200 10835600 1500 775 775 1500600250 5125150 5125 250100 3975100120015012001003975 100100 26751002500150 2500 100 2675 1002875 2500150 2500 28755375150 5375600 1500 8735180 11420 2851250 2475 1300 100 2000 100 4760 100100 11685 100200 10835 150 900first floor overdashed1WORKSHOPfwtilesM/DISUPovershelffwtilesCLtilesTEABB DPprecast conc.wheel stopsas specifiedsteel bollardas specifiedNotesAmendments DateGround Floor Plan Unit 1TAS7 CC-7AJan 2005Job No Dwg NoScale 1:100 DateFax: 1234 5679Ph: 1234 5678O L Y M P I C D E S I G N S55 Olympic ParadeHomebush NSW 2140All dimensions to be checked onsite prior to construction,ordering or manufactureof items.1 2Do not scale this drawing.*************************************************PROPOSED FACTORY UNITS& OFFICE SPACEforTasmegs Development Pty Ltd7 Layland WayBanksiaCC CC CRS 1D 5D 2 D 3 D 4W 11262R/2 Pg 7 of 311425 31951250 13709019104620 150 1275600 625300 100300750 1200650 60039501504830300 22515055004905 1425150 2450 90 1490 90 2120 90600 150 3850 150 1505 3575 1250350 typ350 typUP tiles UPM/DISfw fwfw fwM/DIStilesCLtiles tilesCLshelfovertilesTEAtilesTEA13 treads @ 275mm3 14 risers @ 175mmWORKSHOP WORKSHOP2first floor overdashedstairssimilarto Unit3DPB DP Bprecast conc.wheel stopsas specifiedsteel bollardas specifiedB BNotesAmendments DateGround Floor Plan Unit 2 & 3TAS7 CC-8AJan 2005Job No Dwg NoScale 1:100 DateFax: 1234 5679Ph: 1234 5678O L Y M P I C D E S I G N S55 Olympic ParadeHomebush NSW 2140All dimensions to be checked onsite prior to construction,ordering or manufactureof items.1 2Do not scale this drawing.*************************************************PROPOSED FACTORY UNITS& OFFICE SPACEforTasmegs Development Pty Ltd7 Layland WayBanksiaC CC CRS 2D 6W 3W 2D 9 D 8 D 7D14D13D1211DRS 31262R/2 Pg 8 of 31350 typ350 typ1425 3195 150 3195 14251250901280901910 150 1910 90 128090 12504620 150 46204905 1425150 2450901490902120906001504050 1505 3575 1250150 2125 1200 1350 1200 2125 1504905 14251502450901490902120906001504050 1505 3575 1250CLtilesfw tiles fw fw fwTEA tilesM/DIStiles10 risers @ 175mm9 treads @ 275mmWORKSHOPtilesCLtilesM/DISTEA5 4WORKSHOPUP UPrc columns toeng. detailsshelfprecast conc.wheel stopsas specifiedsteel bollardas specifiedBBBBfirst floor overdashedDPNotesAmendments DateGround Floor Plan Unit 4 & 5TAS7 CC-9AJan 2005Job No Dwg NoScale 1:100 DateFax: 1234 5679Ph: 1234 5678O L Y M P I C D E S I G N S55 Olympic ParadeHomebush NSW 2140All dimensions to be checked onsite prior to construction,ordering or manufactureof items.1 2Do not scale this drawing.*************************************************PROPOSED FACTORY UNITS& OFFICE SPACEforTasmegs Development Pty Ltd7 Layland WayBanksiaC C C CC CC C overRS 4D1718DW 4W 519D D202122DDD 2324DRS51262R/2 Pg 9 of 313485 3175 1751501910901310 2475 12506001504050 68351752525 2675 150 2675 2525 175901060901595902450 150 2450 90 1595 90 1060 902875 25001502500 28755375 150 5375350 typ350 typ900 2100 1650120012001503425 1200 600150600 1200 34251503485 3175175150 1910901310 2475 12506001504050 6835200NotesAmendments DateGround Floor Plan Unit 6 & 7TAS7 CC-10AJan 2005Job No Dwg NoScale 1:100 DateFax: 1234 5679Ph: 1234 5678O L Y M P I C D E S I G N S55 Olympic ParadeHomebush NSW 2140All dimensions to be checked onsite prior to construction,ordering or manufactureof items.1 2Do not scale this drawing.*************************************************PROPOSED FACTORY UNITS& OFFICE SPACEforTasmegs Development Pty Ltd7 Layland WayBanksiaoverDPfirst floor overdashedBBBBsteel bollardas specifiedprecast conc.wheel stopsas specifiedshelfrc columns toeng. detailsUP UPWORKSHOP6 7TEAM/DIStilesCLtilesWORKSHOP9 treads @ 275mm10 risers @ 175mmtilesM/DISTEA tilesfw tiles fw fw fwtilesCLC C C CC CC CRS636DD38D 39D40D 45W 2726WD 4443DD 41RS 71262R/2 Pg 10 of 31175 3175 34851501910901250 2475 13106001506835 4050175 2525 2675 150 2675 2525 175901060901595902450150 2450 90 1595 90 1060 902875 25001502500 28755375150 5375350 typ350 typ1650 2100 900120012001503425 1200 600150600 1200 3425 1503175 34851751910 150901250 2475 13106001506835 4050200NotesAmendments DateGround Floor Plan Unit 8 &9TAS7 CC-11AJan 2005Job No Dwg NoScale 1:100 DateFax: 1234 5679Ph: 1234 5678O L Y M P I C D E S I G N S55 Olympic ParadeHomebush NSW 2140All dimensions to be checked onsite prior to construction,ordering or manufactureof items.1 2Do not scale this drawing.*************************************************PROPOSED FACTORY UNITS& OFFICE SPACEforTasmegs Development Pty Ltd7 Layland WayBanksiaB Bsteel bollardas specifiedprecast conc.wheel stopsas specifiedB DP BDPstairssimilarto Unit3first floor overdashed9WORKSHOP WORKSHOP8 mm571 @ sresir 4113 treads @ 275mmTEAtilesTEAtilesovershelfCLtiles tilesCLtilesM/DISfw fwfw fwM/DISUP tiles UPC CC C8RSD 469RSD 51W 29W 28D 48 D 49 D 50D 53 D 54 D 551262R/2 Pg 11 of 31350 typ350 typ1425 3195150 3195 14251250901280901910150 1910 90 128090 12504620150 46201425 49052450 150901490902120906001501250 3575 1505 4050150 2125 1200 1350 1200 2125 1501425 49051502450901490902120906001501250 3575 1505 4050first floor overdashed10WORKSHOPfwtilesM/DISUPovershelffwtilesCLtilesTEABB DPprecast conc.wheel stopsas specifiedsteel bollardas specifiedNotesAmendments DateGround Floor Plan Unit 10TAS7 CC-12AJan 2005Job No Dwg NoScale 1:100 DateFax: 1234 5679Ph: 1234 5678O L Y M P I C D E S I G N S55 Olympic ParadeHomebush NSW 2140All dimensions to be checked onsite prior to construction,ordering or manufactureof items.1 2Do not scale this drawing.*************************************************PROPOSED FACTORY UNITS& OFFICE SPACEforTasmegs Development Pty Ltd7 Layland WayBanksiaC C CCC10RSD 56D 58 D 59 D 60W 301262R/2 Pg 12 of 311425 31951250 13709019104620150 1275600 625100 3003001200 750600 65039501504830300 2251425 490590 2120 90 1490 90 2450 1501250 3575 1505 150 3850 150 600350 typ350 typ1501080014 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1151617 18 19 20UPfw tilesFWCstairs similarto Unit 6OFFICE1carpetHi-light sunscreen insteel frame overto detailDPDPNotesAmendments DateFirst Floor Plan Unit 1TAS7 CC-13AJan 2005Job No Dwg NoScale 1:100 DateFax: 1234 5679Ph: 1234 5678O L Y M P I C D E S I G N S55 Olympic ParadeHomebush NSW 2140All dimensions to be checked onsite prior to construction,ordering or manufactureof items.1 2Do not scale this drawing.*************************************************PROPOSED FACTORY UNITS& OFFICE SPACEforTasmegs Development Pty Ltd7 Layland WayBanksiaCCCCCC CRS1W 11 W 10W 9W 8W 6W 7D2726D1262R/2 Pg 13 of 312503660 65 1501650 250100 58251001250 100 2000 100 3120 1001250 1375 1995 150605 3370 150 1900285 9560 2851013060253355 1800 900285 11420100 8630 100 1200100 1250100 6905 100 3025 1250900 150 6055 3025 125014 risers @ 175mm13 treads @ 275mmstairssimilarto Unit 6carpet3OFFICEacousticfibreglassinsulationcarpet2OFFICEUP UP14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1151617 18 19 2014131211109 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 120 1918 171615fw tilesFWCtiles fwFWCDPHi-light sunscreen insteel frame overto detailNotesAmendments DateFirst Floor Plan Unit 2 & 3TAS7 CC-14AJan 2005Job No Dwg NoScale 1:100 DateFax: 1234 5679Ph: 1234 5678O L Y M P I C D E S I G N S55 Olympic ParadeHomebush NSW 2140All dimensions to be checked onsite prior to construction,ordering or manufactureof items.1 2Do not scale this drawing.*************************************************PROPOSED FACTORY UNITS& OFFICE SPACEforTasmegs Development Pty Ltd7 Layland WayBanksiaC CC CC CRS3W 1714WW 1315WW 16W 1229D D31D30 28DRS21262R/2 Pg 14 of 313355 1800 900285 11420100 86301001200100125010069051003025 1250250 3825 150 3825 250100 3975 150 3975 1001250100200010011701501170100200010012501250 1375 19951501995 1375 1250705 33701503370 7053355 1800 900285 11420100 863010012001001250100 69051003025 12509001506055 3025 12504075 150 4075

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