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SPECIFICATION Project namePage i1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 11.1 GENERAL 11.2 CONTRACTS AND FINANCE 11.3 AUTHORITIES AND ESTABLISHMENT 11.4 EXECUTION AND COMPLETION 21.5 TERMITE PROTECTION 21.6 TIMBER GENERALLY 32 SITE PREPARATION 42.1 GENERAL 42.2 DEMOLITION NOT USED 42.3 TREES TO BE RETAINED 42.4 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 42.5 SITE CLEARING 52.6 EXCAVATION 52.7 SURFACE PREPARATION 52.8 PILING NOT USED 62.9 SERVICE TRENCHES 63 CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION 73.1 GENERAL 73.2 GROUND SLAB VAPOUR BARRIER 73.3 REINFORCEMENT 73.4 CONCRETE 73.5 JOINTS 83.6 CONCRETE BEARER SUPPORTS 84 TIMBER AND STEEL CONSTRUCTION 94.1 GENERAL 94.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS 94.3 CONSTRUCTION GENERALLY 104.4 FLOORS 104.5 WALL FRAMING 104.6 ROOF AND CEILING FRAMING 114.7 ROOF TRUSSES 114.8 TIMBER ROOF TRIM 125 BRICK AND BLOCK CONSTRUCTION 135.1 GENERAL 135.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS 135.3 CONSTRUCTION GENERALLY 145.4 BEARER SUPPORTS 145.5 DAMP-PROOF COURSES 155.6 CAVITY MASONRY WALLS 155.7 WALL TIES 165.8 AUTOCLAVED AERATED CONCRETE WALLS NOT USED 165.9 CONTROL OF MOVEMENT 165.10 STEEL LINTELS 175.11 BAGGING 17SPECIFICATION Project namePage ii6 INSULATION AND SARKING 186.1 GENERAL 186.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS 186.3 INSTALLATION 187 ROOFING 207.1 GENERAL 207.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS 207.3 TILING 207.4 METAL ROOFING 207.5 ROOF PLUMBING 218 CLADDING 228.1 GENERAL 228.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS 228.3 HARDBOARD CLADDING 228.4 TIMBER BOARD CLADDING 228.5 FIBRE CEMENT CLADDING 238.6 METAL CLADDING NOT USED 238.7 PLASTIC CLADDING 238.8 AAC CLADDING NOT USED 249 DOORS AND WINDOWS 259.1 GENERAL 259.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS 259.3 CONSTRUCTION GENERALLY 269.4 TIMBER DOORS 269.5 SLIDING INTERNAL DOORS 279.6 WARDROBES 279.7 GARAGE DOORS 279.8 LOCKSETS 2810 LINING 2910.1 GENERAL 2910.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS 2910.3 SHEET LINING 2910.4 TONGUE AND GROOVE FLOORING 3010.5 TRIM 3011 TROWELLED COATINGS 3111.1 GENERAL 3111.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS 3111.3 SUBSTRATE 3111.4 PLASTERING 3211.5 CEMENT BASED FLOOR TOPPINGS (GRANO) 3212 BLOCK AND TILE FINISHES 34SPECIFICATION Project namePage iii12.1 GENERAL 3412.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS 3412.3 WATERPROOFING WET AREAS 3512.4 TILING 3513 FLOOR COATINGS AND COVERINGS 3713.1 GENERAL 3713.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS 3713.3 SUBSTRATE 3713.4 LAYING CARPET 3813.5 LAYING RESILIENT FINISHES 3814 PAINTING 3914.1 GENERAL 3914.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS 3914.3 PAINTING 3915 TIMBER FIXTURES 4215.1 GENERAL 4215.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS 4215.3 CONSTRUCTION GENERALLY 4215.4 TIMBER STAIRS AND BALUSTRADES 4315.5 DOMESTIC KITCHEN ASSEMBLIES 4315.6 CUPBOARD AND DRAWER UNITS 4315.7 BENCHTOPS 4415.8 CEILING AND UNDER FLOOR ACCESS 4415.9 SCHEDULE 4416 PLUMBING AND DRAINAGE 4616.1 GENERAL 4616.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS 4616.3 CONSTRUCTION GENERALLY 4716.4 STORMWATER 4716.5 WASTEWATER 4816.6 FRESH WATER 4816.7 RAINWATER TANKS 4816.8 GAS 4917 ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL INSTALLATIONS 5017.1 GENERAL 5017.2 COMPONENTS 5017.3 INSTALLATION 5118 FENCES AND EXTERNAL WALLS 5318.1 GENERAL 5318.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS 5318.3 CONSTRUCTION GENERALLY 5418.4 GATES 54SPECIFICATION Project namePage iv18.5 BRICK FENCES 5519 LANDSCAPING 5619.1 GENERAL 5619.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS 5619.3 PREPARATION 5619.4 SUBSOIL 5619.5 TOPSOIL 5619.6 TURFING 5719.7 PLANTING 5719.8 MULCHING 5819.9 STAKES AND TIES 5820 PAVING AND ROADS 5920.1 GENERAL 5920.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS 5920.3 CONSTRUCTION GENERALLY 5920.4 BASE COURSE 5920.5 BITUMINOUS PAVING 5920.6 UNIT PAVING 6020.7 IN SITU CONCRETE PAVING 6021 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS 62SPECIFICATION Project namePage 11 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS1.1 GENERALInterpretationOwner: Means the same as “principal” or “proprietor”.Contractor: Means the same as “builder”.Supply: Means “supply only” – do not allow for installation.Provide: Means “supply and install”.Required: Means required by the contract documents or by the local council orstatutory authorities.Proprietary or Trade: Means identifiable by naming the manufacturer, supplier,installer, trade name, brand name, and catalogue or reference number.StandardsUse referenced Australian or other standards (including amendments) which arecurrent one month before the date of the contract except where other editions oramendments are required.Manufacturers’ or suppliers’ recommendationsSelect, store, handle and install proprietary products or systems in accordance withthe current published recommendations of the manufacturer or supplier.Bushfire protectionIf required, provide protection to AS 3959 (Construction of buildings in bushfireprone areas).1.2 CONTRACTS AND FINANCEGeneral conditions ABIC Lump Sum ContractPayment and adjustment of contract sumAt commencement of the building work, submit a schedule of anticipated progressclaims which will be made throughout the contract.Progress claims break-down: With each progress claim, submit a statement ofamounts claimed in respect of each section or trade heading designated in thespecification.1.3 AUTHORITIES AND ESTABLISHMENTPrior applications and approvals NilExisting servicesAttend to existing services as follows: If the service is to be continued, repair, divert or relocate as required. If such aservice crosses the line of a required trench, or will lose support when thetrench is excavated, provide permanent support for the existing service. If the service is to be abandoned, cut and seal or disconnect, and make safe.Temporary services and worksProvide temporary toilet accommodation. Connect to the sewer main if required bythe Local Authority.Use of existing services Existing services may be used as temporaryservices for the performance of the contract. >SPECIFICATION Project namePage 2SignsProvide a signboard displaying the owner/s name, the lot number and the builder’sname, address and licence number.1.4 EXECUTION AND COMPLETIONSurvey marksPreserve and maintain the owners survey marks in their true positions.Rectification: If the proprietor’s survey marks are disturbed or obliterated,immediately give notice and rectify the disturbance or obliteration.Hours of work In accordance with Council approvalOrder of work At the Contractors discretionRemoval of temporary work, services and plantRemove temporary work services and construction plant within 10 working daysafter practical completion.Rectification: Clean and repair damage caused by the installation or use oftemporary work and services and restore existing facilities used duringconstruction to original condition.Final cleaningRemove rubbish and surplus material from the site and clean the work throughout.WarrantiesName the owner as warrantee and give the owner copies of manufacturers’warranties.Instruction manualsGive the owner manufacturers’ instruction manuals.OperationEnsure moving parts operate safely and smoothly.Termite barriersProvide a durable notice permanently fixed and located in or near the meter box asrequired by Part 3.1.3 BCA 96 Volume 2.Surveyor’s certificateGive the owner a certificate which confirms that the work, including boundaryfences, has been correctly located.Services layoutGive the owner a plan which shows the location of underground services.Authorities’ approvalsGive the owner evidence of approval of the local council and statutory authoritieswhose requirements apply to the work.KeysGive the owner two keys for each set of locks keyed alike and two keys for eachlock keyed to differ.1.5 TERMITE PROTECTIONGeneralStandard: To AS 3660.1 (Protection of buildings from subterranean termites –Prevention, detection and treatment of infestation – New buildings). Method: >TermimeshChemical soil barriers – reticulation systems: Submit evidence that the system hasbeen type tested to AS 3660.1 (Protection of buildings from subterranean termites –Prevention, detection and treatment of infestation – New buildings) Appendix D.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 31.6 TIMBER GENERALLYUnseasoned timberIf unseasoned timber is provided, or variations in moisture content are likely, makeallowance for shrinkage, swelling and differential movement.DurabilityGeneral: Provide timbers with natural durability appropriate to the conditions ofuse, or preservative-treated timbers of equivalent durability.Natural durability classification: To AS 1604 (Timber – Preservative-treated – Sawnand round) Table F2.Minimum requirements: Class 1: Timbers in contact with the ground. Class 2: Timbers above ground, not in continuous contact with moisture, wellventilated, protected from moisture but exposed to the weather. Class 3: Timbers above ground, not in continuous contact with moisture, wellventilated, protected with a finish, and well maintained. Class 4: Timbers fully protected from moisture, indoors, above ground, and wellventilated.Preservative treatmentStandard: To AS 1604 (Timber – Preservative treated – Sawn and round).Hazard classification: To AS 1604 (Timber – Preservative treated – Sawn andround) Table D1.CCA (copper chrome arsenic) preservative: Type1.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 42 SITE PREPARATION2.1 GENERALExtent of workIncludes; excavation for SW, Sewer drains, footings; site benching for slabs;driveway, paths and landscaping;StandardGroundworks for slabs and footings: To AS 2870 (Residential slabs and footings –Construction).InterpretationRock: Monolithic material with volume greater than 0.5 m3 which cannot beremoved until broken up by mechanical means such as rippers or percussion tools.Bad ground: Ground unsuitable for the work, including fill liable to subsidence,ground containing cavities, faults or fissures, ground contaminated by harmfulsubstances and ground which is, or becomes, soft, wet or unstable.Line of influence: A line extending downward and outward from the bottom edge ofa footing, slab or pavement and defining the extent of foundation material havinginfluence on the stability or support of the footings, slab or pavement.Subgrade: The trimmed or prepared portion of the formation on which thepavement or slab is constructed.Immediate noticeIf rock or bad ground is encountered, advise the owner immediately.ExplosivesDo not use explosives.2.2 Not Used2.3 TREES TO BE RETAINEDExisting trees, plants and shrubs Trees, plants and shrubs to be retained:> marked with red hessian band Trees, plants and shrubs to be removed:> marked white paintMarkingMark trees which are required to be retained using suitable non-injurious, easilyvisible and removable means of identification. Remove the identification oncompletion.ProtectionProtect from damage trees which are required to be retained. Do not removetopsoil from the area within the dripline of the trees and keep this area free ofconstruction material and debris.ExcavationIf excavating near trees required to be retained, use hand methods to locate,expose and cleanly remove the roots on the line of excavation.2.4 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTIONErosion controlAvoid erosion, contamination, and sedimentation of the site, surrounding areas,and drainage systems.DewateringKeep the site free of water and prevent water flow over new work.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 52.5 SITE CLEARINGExtentLimit clearing to areas to be occupied by construction, paving or landscaping.Clearing operationsRemove everything on or above the site surface, including rubbish, scrap, grass,vegetable matter and organic debris, scrub, trees, timber, stumps, boulders andrubble. Remove grass to a depth just sufficient to include the root zone.GrubbingGrub out or grind stumps and roots over 75 mm diameter to a minimum depth of500 mm below subgrade under construction, and 300 mm below the finishedsurface in unpaved areas.Removal of topsoilGeneral: Remove the topsoil layer of the natural ground which contains substantialorganic matter over the areas to be occupied by construction and paving.Maximum depth: 100 mm.Topsoil stockpilesStockpile site topsoil required for re-use. Protect stockpiles from contamination byother excavated material, weeds and building debris.Surplus materialTake possession of surplus material and remove it from the site.2.6 EXCAVATIONExtentExcavate to give the levels and profiles required for construction, site services,paving, and landscaping. Allow for compaction or settlement.FoundationsAfter excavation, confirm that the bearing capacity is adequate.Under-floor accessProvide a minimum clearance to underside of timber bearers of 400 mm.Bearing surfacesProvide even plane bearing surfaces for load-bearing elements including footings.Step for level changes. Make the steps to the appropriate courses if supportingmasonry.ReinstatementIf excavation exceeds the required depth, or deteriorates, reinstate with fill to thecorrect depth, level and bearing value.Existing footingsIf excavation is required below the line of influence of an existing footing, usemethods which maintain the support of the footing and ensure that the structureand finishes supported by the footing are not damaged.GradingGrade the ground surface externally and under suspended floors to drain groundor surface water away from buildings without ponding.2.7 SURFACE PREPARATIONGeneralBefore placing fill, ground slabs or load-bearing elements, remove loose material,debris and organic matter and compact the ground to achieve the required density.Placing fillPlace fill in layers and compact each layer to achieve the required density.Moisture contentIf necessary to achieve the required density or moisture content, adjust themoisture content of the fill before compaction.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 62.8 PILING NOT USEDBored piersAfter excavating bored piers, remove loose material and water from the base andconfirm the bearing capacity. Do not allow loose material to fall down the holebefore or during concreting; provide a liner if necessary.Timber piled footing systemProvide a proprietary system designed to AS 2870-1996 (Residential slabs andfootings – Construction).Screw-in foundationsProvide a proprietary system designed to AS 2159-1995 (Piling – Design andinstallation).2.9 SERVICE TRENCHESExcavationGenerally, make trenches straight between manholes, inspection points andjunctions, with vertical sides and uniform grades.Trench widthsKeep trench widths to the minimum consistent with the laying and bedding of therelevant service and construction of manholes and pits.BackfillingGeneral: Backfill service trenches as soon as possible after laying the service.Place backfill in layers. Compact each layer to a density sufficient to minimisesettlement.Backfill material: Excavated spoil or well graded inorganic material with maximumparticle size of 75 mm. Next to services: Do not place any particles greater in size than 25 mm within150 mm of services. Under paved areas: Coarse sand, controlled low strength material or finecrushed rock. In reactive clay sites classified M, H or E to AS 2870 (Residential slabs andfootings – Construction): Impervious material.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 73 CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION3.1 GENERALExtent of work;Includes; footings, slab, paths,Cross referenceRefer to the General requirements section for termite protection.StandardsConcrete structures generally: To AS 3600 (Concrete structures).Ground slabs and footings: To AS 2870 (Residential slabs and footings –Construction).3.2 GROUND SLAB VAPOUR BARRIERMaterialGeneral: Provide a proprietary vapour barrier which consists of high impactresistant polyethylene film minimum 0.2 mm thick which has been pigmented andbranded by the manufacturer. Type: > ‘Fortecon’ orange gradeBase preparationBlind the surface with sufficient sand to cover any hard projections. Wet the sandjust before placing the vapour barrier.3.3 REINFORCEMENTMinimum lapSplice as follows: Mesh generally: 225 mm. Trench mesh: 500 mm. Bars: Greater of either 500 mm or 25 x bar diameter. Strip footing intersections and corners: For full width of intersectingreinforcement.Minimum coverUnprotected by membrane on ground or external surfaces: 40 mm.Protected by membrane on ground: 30 mm.Internal surfaces: 20 mm.Aggressive soil or salty environment: 65 mm.3.4 CONCRETEReady mixed supplyStandard: To AS 1379 (Specification and supply of concrete).Maximum slump: 100 mm.Concrete placingDepth: If concrete is deeper than 350 mm, place it in layers so that eachsucceeding layer is blended into the preceding one by the compaction process.Slabs and pavements: Place concrete uniformly over the width of the slab so thatthe face is generally vertical and normal to the direction of placing.CompactionVibrate concrete to remove entrapped air, but avoid over-vibration that may causesegregation.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 8CuringProtection: Protect concrete from premature drying and from excessive hot, coldand/or windy conditions.Method: Cure concrete by using a proprietary curing compound; or keeping it covered and moist for the following periods: In-ground footings: 2 days. Exposed footings, beams and slabs: 7 days.Formwork removalRemove timber formwork.Stripping times (not used)Leave formwork for suspended structures in place after pouring concrete for thefollowing periods: Vertical surfaces: 2 days. Bottom surfaces: 7 days with shoring and backprops left in position for 21 days.3.5 JOINTSConstruction jointsJoint preparation: Roughen and clean the hardened concrete joint surface, removeloose or soft material, free water and foreign matter. Dampen the surface beforeplacing the concrete.Slip jointsIf concrete slabs are supported on masonry, provide proprietary pre-lubricated slipjoints.3.6 CONCRETE BEARER SUPPORTSGeneralProvide proprietary precast stumps to support bearers at 1800 mm maximumcentres.Concrete stumpsGeneral: Set stumps 25 to 50 mm into concrete pad footings.Marking: Maker’s name on one face.Bracing: Brace stumps which project above the ground by more than 12 times thewidth of their smallest face.Concrete stump construction tableProvide sizes and reinforcement as follows: Length (mm)Size (mm)ReinforcementUp to 1400100 x 100 x 110 diameterOne 5 mm hard drawn wire1401 – 1800100 x 100 or 110 diameterTwo 5 mm hard drawn wires1801 – 3000125 x 125 or 140 diameterTwo 5 mm hard drawn wires SPECIFICATION Project namePage 94 TIMBER AND STEEL CONSTRUCTION4.1 GENERALExtent of workIncludes; framed walls, ceiling and roof trussesCross referencesRefer to the following sections: General requirements, for termite protection and timber durability. Concrete construction, for concrete bearer supports. Brick and block construction, for clearance for timber frame shrinkage andmasonry bearer supports. Block and tile finishes, for waterproofing of wet areas. Painting, for priming of steel and timber before fixing, and repair of zinc-coatedsteel after cutting and welding.StandardsTimber framing and flooring: To AS 1684 (National Timber Framing Code) orAS 1720.1 (Timber structures – Design methods).Structural steelwork: To AS 1250 (The use of steel in structures) or AS 4100-1998(Steel structures).Cold-formed steel framing: Provide a proprietary system designed to AS 3623(Domestic metal framing).Preparation of metal surfaces: To AS 1627 Various (Metal finishing – Preparationand pre-treatment of surfaces).4.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTSCold-formed steel framingCold-form sections from zinc-coated steel or aluminium/zinc alloy coated steel toAS 1397 (Steel sheet and strip – Hot-dipped zinc-coated or aluminium/zinccoated)/Z200 or AZ175.Self-drilling screwsStandard: To AS 3566 (Screws – Self-drilling – For the building and constructionindustries) corrosion resistance class 2.Flashings and damp-proof coursesStandard: To AS/NZS 2904 (Damp-proof courses and flashings).Timber fastenersMetal washers: Provide washers to the heads and nuts of all bolts and coachscrews.Steel straps: Zinc-coated steel to AS 1397 (Steel sheet and strip – Hot-dipped zinccoated or aluminium/zinc-coated)/Z275, minimum size 25 x 1 mm or 30 x 0.8 mm.GalvanizingGalvanize mild steel components (including fasteners) to AS 1214 (Hot-dipgalvanized coatings on threaded fasteners (ISO metric coarse thread series)) orAS 1650 (Hot-dipped galvanized coatings on ferrous articles), as appropriate, if exposed to weather; embedded in masonry; or in contact with chemically treated timber.Timber roof trusses Type: > ‘W type’ Gangnail trussesSPECIFICATION Project namePage 104.3 CONSTRUCTION GENERALLYWeldingStandard: To AS/NZS 1554. (Structural steel welding – Welding of steel structures).GrommetsProvide grommets to isolate piping and wiring from cold-formed steel framing.SwarfRemove swarf and other debris from cold-formed steel framing immediately after itis deposited.CCA (copper chrome arsenic)-treated timberGreasing: Before placing bolts in contact with CCA-treated timber, coat the shankof the bolt in grease or a bituminous coating.Steel framing: Do not fix CCA-treated timber in contact with cold-formed steelframing.Priming steelBefore fixing, prime steel which is not galvanized or zinc-coated.4.4 FLOORSGeneralStandard: To AS 1684 (National Timber Framing Code).Strip flooringWeather: Do not fix strip flooring until the work is weathertight. Type: > T&G 95×22 Aust blackbuttParticleboard flooringStandards: To AS/NZS 1859.1 (Reconstituted wood-based panels– Particleboard) and install to AS 1860 (Installation of particleboard flooring).Junctions: Sand junctions lightly to a smooth, level surface.Fibre cement flooringCompressed sheets: To AS 2908.2 (Cellulose-cement products – Flat sheets), typeA, category 4.Minimum thickness: Joist spacing up to 450 mm: 15 mm. Joist spacing 450 – 600 mm: 18 mm.Plywood flooringStandard: To AS/NZS 2269 (Plywood – Structural), bond type A, tongue andgrooved.Minimum thickness (F8): Joist spacing up to 450 mm: 14 mm. Joist spacing 450 – 600 mm: 19.5 mm.Minimum thickness (F11): Joist spacing up to 450 mm: 13 mm. Joist spacing 450 – 600 mm: 18.5 mm.4.5 WALL FRAMINGTimber wall framingProvide gauged timbers for studs, noggings and plates in double-faced walls.Additional supportGeneral: Provide additional support in the form of noggings, trimmers and studs forfixing lining, cladding, hardware, accessories, fixtures and fittings as necessary.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 11Maximum spacing of noggings: 1350 mm centres.Vermin barriers for suspended floorsMasonry veneer barrier: Secure 10 mm galvanized wire mesh to the underside ofthe bottom plate of external stud walls, extending across the cavity for building intobrickwork.Damp-proof coursesClad-frame walls: Provide damp-proof courses under the bottom plate of externalclad-frame walls built off slabs or masonry dwarf walls.FlashingsProvide flashings to external openings sufficient to prevent the entry of moisture.4.6 ROOF AND CEILING FRAMINGWall platesFixing: Fix timber wall plates to masonry, with either straps or bolts.Steel zinc-coated straps: In cavities. Build bottom end 75 mm into brickwork,1200 mm below plate. Bend top end over plate and fix with galvanized fastenings. Coating class: Z275. Size: 25 x 1 mm or 30 x 0.8 mm.Bolts: 10 mm diameter hot dip galvanized steel, embedded at least 150 mm intothe wall structure of solid masonry external walling or the top bond beam of loadbearing hollow block external walling.Nailing stripsWhere timber joists, rafters or purlins bear on steel members, provide 50 mm thicknailing strips bolted to the flange of the steel member at 450 mm maximumcentres.Strutted framingGeneral: Construct traditional timber pitched roof framing consisting of rafters andceiling joists supported at intermediated points by a system of underpurlins struttedoff walls or strutting beams and braced by collar ties, and ceiling hanging beams.Beam framingGeneral: Construct framing for flat or pitched roofs where the ceiling follows theroof line, consisting of rafters or purlins acting as beams to support both ceiling androof covering.Blocking: Where the depth of rafters or purlins is at least 4 x width, provide solidblocking between them at the support points and at 1.8 mm maximum intervalsbetween supports.Ridge straps: Butt ends of rafters together at ridge, and strap each pair togetherwith 900 mm long steel strap passing over the ridge, triple-nailed to each rafter.Supports for water containersWhere a water container or heater is located in the roof space, provide a supportplatform to AS/NZS 3500.4.2 (National Plumbing and Drainage – Hot water supplysystems – Acceptable solutions) clause 4.5.Additional supportProvide a frame member behind every joint in fibre cement sheeting or lining.Anti-ponding boardsStandard: To AS/NZS 4200.2 (Pliable building materials and underlays –Installation requirements).4.7 ROOF TRUSSESFabricationAssembly: Factory-assemble trusses.Camber: 10 mm upward in bottom chord.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 12Connections: Connector plates pressed to contact with the truss members. Noknots in plate area.Joints: No gaps greater than 2 mm.Overhangs: Free from spring or splits.InstallationGeneral: To AS 4440 (Installation of nail plated timber trusses).Support: Support trusses on bottom chord at two points only, unless designed foradditional support.Vertical movement: Over internal walls provide at least 10 mm vertical clearanceand use bracing methods which allow for vertical movements.4.8 TIMBER ROOF TRIMPriming timberPrime exposed timber all round before fixing and re-prime cut edges if trimmed insitu.Fascia, valley gutter and barge boardsMinimum thickness: Fixed at up to 600 mm centres: 19 mm. Fixed at 600 – 900 mm centres: 32 mm.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 135 BRICK AND BLOCK CONSTRUCTION5.1 GENERALExtent of workInclusions; veneer brick walls, garden walls, brick pavingCross referencesRefer to the following sections: General requirements, for termite protection. Timber and steel construction, for structural steelwork.StandardMasonry generally: To AS 3700 (Masonry structures).Masonry units: To AS/NZS 4455 (Masonry units and segmental pavers).5.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTSSteel componentsGalvanizing: Galvanize mild steel components (including fasteners) to AS 1214-1983 (Hot-dip galvanized coatings on threaded fasteners (ISO metric coarsethread series)), or AS 1650 (Hot-dipped galvanized coatings on ferrous articles), asappropriate.Masonry units Type: >dry pressed Manufacturer: >Boral Size: >230x110x65 Colour: >charcoal Feature colour: >orangeClay bricks durabilityBelow damp-proof course: Use exposure category to AS/NZS 4456.10 (Masonryunits and segmental pavers – Method of test – Method 10: Determining resistanceto salt attack) Appendix A (Salt attack resistance categories).Flashings and damp-proof coursesStandard: To AS/NZS 2904 (Damp-proof courses and flashings).Mortar materialsSand: Fine aggregate with a low clay content and free from efflorescing salts,selected for grading and colour for facework.Additives: Do not provide additives unless required. Mortar colour: >whiteMortar mix tableProvide mortar mixes as follows: Mortar proportions(cement:lime:sand)Location1:0:5 + water thickenerConcrete or calcium silicate masonry1:0:4 + water thickenerGrouted and reinforced masonry1:0 – 0.25:3Underpinning, high strength masonry1:1:6Other masonry SPECIFICATION Project namePage 145.3 CONSTRUCTION GENERALLYJoints and cuttingSet out masonry with joints of uniform width and the minimum cutting of masonryunits. Perpends are to line with one another in full height of walls.JointsExternally: Tool to give a dense water-shedding finish.Internally: Rake to give a key if wall is to be plastered. Type: >Rod76 mm high bricks: 7 courses to 600 mm.90 mm high bricks: 6 courses to 600 mm.190 mm high blocks: 3 courses to 600 mm.BondSingle leaf construction: Stretcher bond.PerpendsKeep perpends in alternate courses vertically aligned and fill them completely withmortar.Colour mixingIn facework, distribute the colour range of units evenly to prevent colourconcentrations.Sills and thresholdsSolidly bed masonry sills and thresholds and lay them so that the top surfacesdrain away from the building.AppearanceLeave facework clear of mortar smears, stains and discolouration. Do not cleanusing an acid solution and do not erode joints if using pressure spraying.Chimneys and fireplacesFollow the guidelines given in SAA HB33 (Domestic open fire places).5.4 BEARER SUPPORTSBearer piers tableProvide engaged or free standing unreinforced masonry piers as follows to supportbearers at 1800 mm maximum centres: TypeMinimum size (mm)Engaged230 x 110 bonded or tied to wallsFreestanding up to 1500 mm high230 x 230Freestanding 1500 mm to 2700 mm high350 x 350 Access openingsIn internal walls below suspended ground floors, leave door-width openingsbeneath doorways to give access to underfloor areas.Air ventsGeneral: Provide air vents to give adequate cross ventilation to the space undersuspended ground floors. In cavity walls, provide an equal number of matchingvents in the internal leaves located as near as practicable to the air vents in theexternal leaves.Minimum provision: 8400 mm2 net ventilation area per linear metre of wall.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 155.5 DAMP-PROOF COURSESLocationProvide damp-proof courses in the following locations: Walls adjoining infill floor slabs on membranes: In the course above theunderside of the slab in internal walls and inner leaves of cavity walls. Project40 mm and dress down over the membrane turned up against the wall. Cavity walls built off slabs on ground: In the bottom course of the outer leaf,continuous horizontally across the cavity and up the inner face bedded inmortar, turned 30 mm into the inner leaf one course above; or, in masonryveneer construction, fastened to the inner frame 75 mm above floor level. Internal walls built off slabs on ground: In the first course above floor level. At timber floors: In the first course below the level of the underside of groundfloor timbers in internal walls and inner leaves of cavity walls.InstallationLay in long lengths. Lap the full width of angles and intersections and 150 mm atjoints. Step as necessary, but not more than two courses per step. Preservecontinuity of damp-proofing at junctions of damp-proof courses and waterproofmembranes. Install at least 150 mm above adjacent finished ground. Sandwichdamp-proof courses between mortar.5.6 CAVITY MASONRY WALLSMinimum cavity widthMasonry walls: 50 mm ±10 mm.Masonry veneer walls: 25 mm between the masonry leaf and the load-bearingframe and 40 mm between the masonry leaf and sheet bracing, if any.OpeningsDo not close the cavity at the jambs of external openings.Cavity flashingsLocation: Provide flashings in the following locations: Floors: Full width of outer leaf immediately above slab, continuous across cavityand up the inner face bedded in mortar, turned 30 mm into the inner leaf twocourses above. Under sills: 30 mm into the outer leaf bed joint one course below the sill,extending up across the cavity and under the sill in the inner leaf or the frame.Extend at least 150 mm beyond the reveals on each side of the opening. Over lintels to openings: Full width of outer leaf immediately above the lintel,continuous across cavity, 30 mm into the inner leaf two courses above or turnedup against the frame and fastened to it. Extend at least 150 mm beyond theends of the lintels. At abutments with structural frames or supports: Vertical flashing in the cavityfrom 150 mm wide material, wedged and grouted into a groove in the frameopposite the cavity. At roof abutments with cavity walls: Cavity flashing immediately above the roofand over-flash the roof apron flashing.Installation: Sandwich flashings between mortar except where on lintels.Pointing: Point up joints around flashings to fill voids.WeepholesGeneral: At ground floors, provide weepholes in the form of open perpends toexternal leaves of cavity walls in the course above cavity flashings.Maximum spacing: Every third perpend.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 16Clearance for timber frame shrinkageIn seasoned timber frame brick veneer construction, leave the following clearancesbetween window frames and brick sill and between roof frames and the brickveneer: Single storey frames and ground floor windows (not for slab on ground): 10 mm. Two storey frames and upper floor windows: 20 mm. Additional clearance: Accommodate additional shrinkage of unseasoned floortimbers.5.7 WALL TIESTie spacing tableSpace ties to the following maximum intervals: MasonryGenerallyAround openings andjoints76 mm high bricks– vertically7 coursesAlternate 3 and 4 courses– horizontally2½ bricksAlternate 1 and 1½ bricks90 mm high bricks– vertically6 courses3 courses– horizontally2 bricks1 brick190 mm high blocks– vertically3 coursesAlternate 1 and 2 courses– horizontally1 block½ block Masonry veneer wallsTop row of ties: Half the horizontal spacing and locate within 250 mm of top of wall.First row of ties above a horizontal floor support where veneer is continuous pastsupport:EmbedmentEmbed at least 50 mm into mortar and ensure mortar cover is 15 mm minimum tothe outside face of the mortar.Wall tie application tableProvide wall ties as follows: Category to AS 2699ApplicationLight dutyMasonry veneerMedium dutyNormal cavity brick construction and atabutments 5.8 AUTOCLAVED AERATED CONCRETE WALLSGeneralProvide a proprietary system which has a current Australian Building Products and Systems Certification Schemecertificate; or has a current technical opinion issued by the Australian Building SystemsAppraisal Council stating that the system is suitable for use in walls in buildings.5.9 CONTROL OF MOVEMENTAgeing of bricks and concreteMinimum age of clay bricks: 7 days.Minimum age of concrete supports to clay bricks: 28 days.Control joints for clay brickworkMaximum length of continuous wall: 6 m.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 17Minimum width of control joint: 10 mm.Control joints for calcium silicate and concrete masonryMaximum length of continuous wall: 8 m.Minimum width of control joint: 10 mm.Flexible ties and anchorsIf ties or anchors extend across control joints, provide ties or anchors whichmaintain the stability of the masonry without impairing the effectiveness of the joint.Joint materialInstallation: Clean the joints thoroughly and insert an easily compressible backingmaterial before sealing.Sealant depth: Fill the joints with a gun-applied flexible sealant for a depth of atleast two-thirds the joint width.5.10 STEEL LINTELSGeneralProvide a proprietary cold-formed flat-based type designed to AS/NZS 4600-1996(Cold-formed steel structures).MaterialMild steel galvanized to AS 1650-1989 (Hot-dipped galvanized coatings on ferrousarticles), class Z600. Do not cut after galvanizing.InstallationGeneral: Install with the longest leg vertical. Keep lintels 5 mm clear of heads andframes. Pack mortar between the angle upstand and supported masonry units.Propping: To prevent deflection or excessive rotation, temporarily prop proprietarycold-formed lintels until the masonry reaches its required strength.Minimum propping period: 3 days.5.11 BAGGINGJointsCut joints flush before bagging.Dry baggingApply laying mortar to the surface using a hessian bag or similar to a consistentthickness. Flush up irregularities, but leave the minimum possible amount of mortaron the masonry surface.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 186 INSULATION AND SARKING6.1 GENERALExtent of work;Generally; sarking under all roofing and to all framed walls, insulation to all ceilingsand wall framing,InterpretationSarking-type material: Flexible membrane material normally used forwaterproofing, vapour retarding or thermal reflective insulation.6.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTSBulk insulationCellulosic fibre: To AS 2462-1981 (Cellulosic fibre thermal insulation).Mineral wool batts and blankets: To AS 3742-1990 (Mineral wool thermal insulation– Batt and blanket).Mineral wool in loose fill: To AS 2461-1981 (Mineral wool thermal insulation –Loose fill).Polystyrene: To AS 1366.4-1989 (Rigid cellular plastics sheets for thermalinsulation – Rigid cellular polystyrene – Extruded (RC/PS-E)).Wool: To AWRAP/A202-1993 (Mandatory Woolmark Specifications for buildinginsulation material).Sarking materialStandard: To AS/NZS 4200.1-1994 (Pliable building materials and underlays –Materials).Floor insulation: Provide perforated material.Insulation types and ratings Wall: > Roof: > Ceiling: >6.3 INSTALLATIONBulk insulationStandard: To AS 3999-1992 (Thermal insulation of dwellings – Bulk insulation –Installation requirements).Batts: Fit tightly between framing members. If support is not otherwise provided,secure nylon twine to the framing and stretch tight.Loose fill: Provide boxing to retain loose fill on external edges, cavities andpenetrations, and to prevent spilling.Sarking materialStandard: To AS/NZS 4200.2-1994 (Pliable building materials and underlays –Installation requirements).Wall sarkingGeneral: Provide vapour-permeable sarking under cladding which does not providea permanent weatherproof seal, including boards fixed horizontally, vertically or diagonally; boards or planks fixed in exposed locations where wind-driven rain canpenetrate the joints; and unpainted or unsealed cladding.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 19Installation: Apply to the outer face of external stud walls from the top plate downover the bottom plate and flashing. Run across the studs and lap at least 150 mmat joints.Roof sarkingGeneral: Provide sarking to all tile roofs tile roofs where the design wind velocity exceeds 33 m/s; and tile roofs for a width of 2 m below a gutter discharging through a spreader fromthe point of discharge to the gutter below.Anti-ponding boards: Provide 4.5 mm fibre-cement anti-ponding boards to eaves oftile roofs below 20o pitch.Ridge ventilation: Finish sarking at least 50 mm clear of ridges.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 207 ROOFING7.1 GENERALExtent of work;Generally; as indicated on the plans to the house and garageCross referenceRefer to the Insulation and sarking section for roof sarking requirements.7.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTSFlashing materialStandard: To AS/NZS 2904-1995 (Damp-proof courses and flashings).Tiled roofs: 20 kg/m2 lead.FastenersSelf-drilling screws: To AS 3566-1988 (Screws – Self-drilling – For the building andconstruction industries), corrosion resistance class 3.Exposed fasteners: Provide fasteners which are prefinished with a coating tomatch the roofing material, or provide matching purpose-made plastic caps.Roof lights Type: >7.3 TILINGMaterialsStandard: To AS 2049-1992 (Roof tiles). Tile type: > Manufacturer: > Tile colour: >InstallationStandard: To AS 2050-1995 (Installation of roofing tiles).Setting out: Set out the roof to give an even tile gauge in each course, with full tilesat verges.Bedding and pointing: Bed and point accessories including ridges, hips andverges, in coloured mortar to match the accessories.Pointed verge: Bed and point tiles on 100 x 5 mm fibre-cement pointing strip.7.4 METAL ROOFINGDesign and installationStandard: To AS 1562.1-1992 (Design and installation of sheet roof and wallcladding – Metal). Roof material: >corrugated Manufacturer: >Bluescope Steel Roof colour: >sand drift Ridge capping colour: >sand driftVisible accessoriesProvide material with the same finish as roofing sheets.EavesTreat ends of sheets as follows:SPECIFICATION Project namePage 21 Generally: Close off ribs at tops and bottoms of sheets by mechanical means orwith purpose-made fillers or end caps. At gutters: Project sheets 50 mm into gutters.SwarfRemove swarf and other debris as soon as it is deposited.7.5 ROOF PLUMBINGSelection and installation of metal rainwater goodsStandard: To AS/NZS 3500.3.2 (National Plumbing and Drainage – Stormwaterdrainage – Acceptable solutions).PVC rainwater goods and accessories: To AS/NZS 2179.2 (Int)-1998(Specifications for rainwater goods, accessories and fasteners – PVC rainwatergoods and accessories).Sealing: Seal fasteners and mechanically fastened joints with silicone sealant.Flashings and cappingsGeneral: Flash projections above or through the roof with two part flashingsconsisting of an apron flashing and an over-flashing, with at least 100 mm verticaloverlap. Provide for independent movement between the roof and the projection.Wall abutments: Where a roof abuts a wall, provide overflashings as follows: Masonry: Stepped and built into the full width of the leaf. Planked cladding: Stepped. Other: Raking.GuttersMinimum slope of eaves gutters: 1:200.Minimum width overall of valley gutters: 400 mm. Guttering and downpipe prefinish colour:>sand driftSPECIFICATION Project namePage 228 CLADDING8.1 GENERALExtent of work;Generally; panelling above or below the windows and doors, infill panels in brickwalls,Cross referencesRefer to the following sections: General requirements, for timber durability. Insulation and sarking, for wall sarking requirements.8.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTSFlashing materialStandard: To AS/NZS 2904-1995 (Damp-proof courses and flashings).FastenersSteel nails: Hot-dip galvanized to AS 1650-1989 (Hot-dipped galvanized coatingson ferrous articles).Self-drilling screws: To AS 3566-1988 (Screws – Self-drilling – For the building andconstruction industries), corrosion resistance class 3.8.3 HARDBOARD CLADDINGGeneralStandard: To AS/NZS 1859.4-1997 (Reconstituted wood-based panels –Hardboard).Exterior cladding: Exterior hardboard.Sheltered exterior cladding: Tempered hardboard. Manufacturer: > Prefinish colour: >Plank claddingGeneral: Provide a proprietary system of hardboard planks 9.5 mm thick.Joints and edges: UPVC extrusions.External corners: Preformed metal joining pieces.Internal corners: Scribe.8.4 TIMBER BOARD CLADDINGBoards Manufacturer: >Boral timber Prefinish colour: >cypress pine profile 65PreparationFor cladding with a natural or stained finish, finish the boards on both sides beforeinstallation by dipping or brushing with water-repellent preservative. Do not applypreservative if this is incompatible with a specified pigmented stain finish.InstallationGeneral: Whenever possible provide single lengths of boards when installedhorizontally. Provide single lengths when installed vertically.Fixing: Nail twice to each crossing except for sawn weatherboard and secret nailedprofiles.Nailheads: Treat visible nailheads as follows:SPECIFICATION Project namePage 23 In stained or clear finishes: Drive flush. In opaque finishes: Punch below the surface and fill flush with putty after thesurface has been primed.JointsEnd grain joints: Install boards so that butt joints are in compression.Internal and external corners: Butt against a timber bead at least as thick as thecladding board.8.5 FIBRE CEMENT CLADDINGStandardGeneral: To AS 2908.2-1992 (Cellulose-cement products – Flat sheets), Type A,category 2.Cladding Manufacturer: >Hardies Prefinish colour: >off whitePlank claddingType: Provide a proprietary system of single-faced fibre cement planks 7.5 mmthick.Joints and edges: UPVC extrusions.Corners: Preformed metal joining pieces.Sheet claddingType: Provide single-faced fibre cement sheets 6 mm thick.Joints, corners and edges: UPVC extrusions.Eaves liningType: Provide a proprietary system of single-faced fibre cement sheets 4.5 mmthick nailed at minimum 200 mm centres to bearers at maximum 600 mm centres.Minimum bearer size: For rafter overhang: 300 – 600 mm: 50 x 38 mm. 600 – 1500 mm: 75 x 38 mm.Joints: UPVC extrusions.8.6 METAL CLADDINGCladding Manufacturer: > Prefinish colour: >Design and installationStandard: To AS 1562.1-1992 (Design and installation of sheet roof and wallcladding – Metal).Visible accessoriesProvide materials with the same finish as cladding sheets.8.7 PLASTIC CLADDINGStandardUnplasticised polyvinyl chloride (uPVC) sheet: To AS/NZS 4256.4-1995 (Plasticroof and wall cladding materials – Unplasticized polyvinyl chloride (uPVC) wallcladding boards).Glass fibre reinforced polyester (GRP) sheet: To AS/NZS 4256.3-1994 (Plastic roofand wall cladding materials – Glass fibre reinforced polyester (GRP)).SPECIFICATION Project namePage 24Polycarbonate: To AS/NZS 4256.5-1996 (Plastic roof and wall cladding materials –Polycarbonate).Cladding Manufacturer: > Prefinish colour: >InstallationStandard: To AS/NZS 1562.3-1996 (Design and installation of sheet roof and wallcladding – Plastic)8.8 AAC CLADDINGCladding Manufacturer: >Panel claddingType: Provide a proprietary system of AAC panels. Panel thickness: >Joints: Thin bed adhesive.Control joints: At all external and internal corners, adjacent to all openings and atmaximum 6 m centres.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 259 DOORS AND WINDOWS9.1 GENERALExtent of work;Generally internal doors, external doors and windows as shown on the plans andscheduled, underfloor door, garage door,Cross referencesRefer to the following sections Lining, for architraves. Painting, for priming of frames and doors before installation.9.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTSFlashingsStandard: To AS/NZS 2904-1995 (Damp-proof courses and flashings).Metal finishesZinc plating: To AS 1789-1984 (Electroplated coatings – Zinc on iron or steel), atleast service condition number 2.Anodising: To AS 1231-1985 (Aluminium and aluminium alloys – Anodized coatingsfor architectural applications), at least class AA10.Thermoset powder coating: To AS 3715-1989 (Metal finishing – Thermoset powdercoatings for architectural applications), or AS 4506-1998 (Metal finishing –Thermoset powder coatings) as appropriate.GlassSelection and installation: To AS 1288-1994 (Glass in buildings – Selection andinstallation).DoorsetsTimber doors: To AS 2688-1984 (Timber doors).Timber frames and jamb linings: To AS 2689-1984 (Timber doorsets).Security screen doors: To AS/NZS 2803.1-1994 (Doors – Security Screen –Hinged) or AS/NZS 2803.2- (Doors – Security Screen – Sliding).WindowsMaterials and performance: To AS 2047.1-1996 (Windows in buildings –Specification for materials and performance).PreglazingIf possible, preglaze doors and windows.Windows and sliding external doors Manufacturer: >Stegbar Material: >cedar Type: >awning and sliding Prefinish type: >protective oil Prefinish colour: >clear Glass: >clear Insect screen: >yesMain entrance door Manufacturer: >HumesSPECIFICATION Project namePage 26 Type: >solid core Glass: >spotoneOther external doors Manufacturer: >Stegbar Type: >sliding Glass: >safetySecurity screen doors Manufacturer: >Crimsafe Type: >stainless steel Prefinish colour: >charcoal9.3 CONSTRUCTION GENERALLYStandardsDoorset installation: To AS 1909-1984 (Installation of timber doorsets).Window installation: To AS 2047.2-1996 (Windows in buildings – Construction,installation and maintenance).Security screen doors installation: To AS/NZS 2804.1-1995 (Installation of securityscreen doors – Hinged) or AS/NZS 2804.2 –1996 (Installation of security screendoors – Sliding)Flashings and weatheringsInstall flashings, weather bars, drips, storm moulds, caulking and pointing so thatwater is prevented from penetrating the building between frames and the buildingstructure.InstallationInstall doorsets and windows so they are plumb, level, straight and true; are adequately fixed or anchored to the building structure; and will not carry building loads, including loads caused by structural deflection orshortening.FixingPacking: Pack behind fixing points with durable full width packing.Prepared masonry openings: If fixing of timber windows to prepared anchorages isby fastening from the frame face, conceal the fasteners by sinking the heads belowthe surface and filling the sinking flush with a material compatible with the surfacefinish.LiningsProvide reveal and jamb linings as necessary.9.4 TIMBER DOORSDoor thicknessGenerally: 35 mm.External doors and doors over 900 mm wide: 40 mm.Door constructionExternal doors: Solid construction.Internal doors: Flush panel cellular core.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 27Medium density fibreboard doors: Board designated by the manufacturer as havinga moisture resistance which is suitable for the exposure of the door.Timber internal doors Manufacturer: >Hume Type: >flush cellular corePrimingPrime timber doors on top and bottom edges before installation.Door stopsInstall door stops to prevent door furniture striking the wall or other surface.Hinge tableProvide 3 hinges for external doors and door leafs over 2040 mm in height or820 mm in width and as follows: Thicknessof door (maximum)Weight of door(maximum)Number of hinges(per door leaf)Size of hinges(steel)35 mm35 kg285 x 60 x 1.6 mm40 mm68 kg3100 x 75 x 1.6 mm 9.5 SLIDING INTERNAL DOORSGeneralSuspend sliding doors from overhead tracks and wheel carriages appropriate tothe size and mass of the doors.AccessoriesGeneral: Provide overhead track supports and head and jamb linings appropriateto the arrangement of the door, and removable pelmets at the head to allowaccess to the wheel carriages for adjustment.Wheel carriages: Fully adjustable precision ball race type providing smooth, quietoperation.9.6 WARDROBESWardrobe doors and frames Frame material: >aluminium Frame prefinish type: >chrome Frame prefinish colour: >natural Door type: >mirrorWardrobe door panels Mirrors: > Panel prefinish type: > Panel prefinish colour: >9.7 GARAGE DOORSGeneralStandard: To AS/NZS 4505 – 1998 (Domestic garage doors)Motorised operationProvide a proprietary operator with a limit switch, manual safety stop and reversingmechanism, and overload cutout operated by a battery-powered radio remotecontroller and by a direct push-button or key switch. Locate operating switch 1.5 mabove floor level.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 28Garage doors Manufacturer: >Renlita doors Type: >tilt-a-door Prefinish type: >oil finished timber Prefinish colour: >oak9.8 LOCKSETSExternal doorsProvide a push-button key and knob set and a double-cylinder dead bolt to eachdoor.Internal doorsGenerally: Passage sets.Bathrooms, showers and toilets: Privacy sets.Sliding patio doors and windows: Provide key-lockable surface mounted bolts.Door lockset mounting heightsTo centreline of spindle: 1 m above finished floor.KeyingKey doors (excluding garage doors) alike and key windows alike.Lockset schedule DoorLockset manufacturerLockset type SPECIFICATION Project namePage 2910 LINING10.1 GENERALExtent of work;Generally all walls, ceilings, eaves,Cross referenceRefer to the Block and tile finishes section for waterproofing of wet areas.10.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTSPlasterboardStandard: To AS/NZS 2588-1998 (Gypsum plasterboard). Sheet thickness: >10Fibre cementStandard: To AS 2908.2-1992 (Cellulose-cement products – Flat sheets), type B,category 2. Sheet thickness: >22Fibrous plaster productsStandard: To AS 2185-1978 (Fibrous plaster products). Sheet thickness: >10.3 SHEET LININGSupportsInstall timber battens or proprietary cold-formed galvanized steel furring channels if framing member spacing exceeds the recommended spacing; if direct fixing of the sheeting is not possible due to the arrangement oralignment of the framing or substrate; and to support fixtures.InstallationPlasterboard: To AS/NZS 2589.1-1997 (Gypsum linings in residential and lightcommercial construction – Application and finishing – Gypsum plasterboard).Framed construction: Screw or nail or combine with adhesive.Masonry construction: Adhesive-fix direct to masonry.Wet areas: Do not use adhesive.JointsGeneral: Provide recessed edge sheets and finish flush with perforated reinforcingtape.External corner joints: Make over zinc-coated steel corner beads.Wet areas: Provide the flashings, trim and sealants necessary to ensure wet areasare waterproofed.Joints in tiled areas: Do not apply a topping coat after bedding perforated papertape in bedding compound.Control joints: Install purpose-made zinc-coated control joint beads in walls andceilings at the following maximum centres and to coincide with structuralmovement joints: Plasterboard: 6 m. Fibre cement: 6 m.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 3010.4 TONGUE AND GROOVE LININGInstallationStained or clear finished boards: Select board to give a random pattern. At corners,return the same board to give a continuous grain pattern.Fixing: Nail twice to each crossing except for secret nailed profiles.Nailheads: Treat visible nailheads as follows: In stained or clear finishes: Drive flush. In opaque finishes: Punch below surface and fill flush with putty after thesurface has been primed.JointsEnd grain joints: Install boards so that butt joints are in compression.10.5 TRIMGeneralProvide timber or medium density fibreboard trim, such as beads, skirtings,architraves, mouldings and stops, where necessary to make neat junctionsbetween components and finishes.Cornice Types: >square 15×15 rebatedSkirtings Types: >splayed 100×22Architraves Types: >splayed 100×22SPECIFICATION Project namePage 3111 TROWELLED COATINGS11.1 GENERALExtent of work;Cross referencesRefer to the following sections: Block and tile finishes, for waterproofing of wet areas. Painting, for priming of embedded steel.11.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTSPlaster materialsCement: To AS 3972-1997 (Portland and blended cements), type GP.Lime: To AS 1672.1-1997 (Limes and limestones – Limes for building).Sand: Fine aggregate with a low clay content, selected for grading.Gypsum plaster: To AS 2592-1983 (Gypsum plaster for building purposes).Metal lath: Expanded metal to AS 1397 -1993 (Steel sheet and strip – Hot-dippedzinc-coated or aluminium/zinc-coated)/Z275.Lime putty mixesMake a coarse mix of lime putty and sand 16 hours before use and do not allow todry out.Gauged mixesTo improve workability, mixes required to contain only cement and sand may begauged by the addition of lime up to 25% of the cement content (i.e. not as asubstitute for the cement).Autoclaved aerated concrete wallsProvide a proprietary render or premixed plaster recommended by the wall systemmanufacturer.11.3 SUBSTRATECorrection of substrateBefore plastering, make good defects in the substrate. Hack off excessiveprojections. Fill voids and hollows with a mix not stronger than the substrate norweaker than the first coat.Untrue substrateIf one-coat application is required, but the substrate is not sufficiently true tocomply with the thickness limits for one coat, or has excessively uneven suctionresulting from variations in the composition of the substrate, apply 2 coats.CleaningRemove loose material and leave the surface clean and dust-free.Embedded itemsSheath water pipes and other embedded items to permit thermal movement. Ifungalvanized steel items are to be embedded in plaster, prime before fixing.ChasesIf chases or recesses are more than 50 mm wide, cover with metal lath extendingat least 75 mm beyond each side of the recess.Metal backgroundsFix metal lath to provide a key for plaster.ConcreteApply a proprietary bonding agent before plastering.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 3211.4 PLASTERINGThickness limitsOne-coat work: 12 – 15 mm.Multi-coat work: First coat: 9 – 15 mm. Floating coat (if any): 9 – 15 mm. Finishing coat (except setting coat): 6 – 9 mm. Setting coat: 2 – 3 mm.Cement renderingProportions by volume (cement:lime:sand) for clay and dense concrete brick: Clay and dense concrete brick: 1:0.25:4.Two or three-coat set plasterProportions by volume: Undercoats: 1:1:6 cement:lime putty:sand. Setting coat: 1:1 lime putty:gypsum plaster.TolerancesFinish plane surfaces within a tolerance of 6 mm in 3 m, determined using a 3 mstraight edge placed anywhere in any direction. Finish corners, angles, edges andcurved surfaces within equivalent tolerances.CuringDo not allow rapid or uneven drying out.V-jointsProvide V-joints at the following locations: Junctions between different substrate materials. Abutments with other finishes. Joints in the structure.Edge trimProvide purpose-made zinc-coated steel sections as corner beads and stop beads.11.5 CEMENT BASED FLOOR TOPPINGS (GRANO)Preparing hardened surfacesIf toppings are to be applied to hardened concrete surfaces, scabble the surface toexpose the aggregate. Thoroughly dampen and leave free of standing water.Immediately before placing, scrub a coat of neat cement grout into the surface, orapply a suitable adhesive.PlacingGeneral: Spread the topping mix, compact and float.Thickness: 20 ± 5 mm.Monolithic placing: Spread the topping mix as soon as surface water hasdisappeared from the base.CuringUse a method which prevents cracking or crazing resulting from drying shrinkagewithout impairing the adhesion of subsequent finishes.Granolithic toppingMix proportions: 1:1:1.5 (cement : fine aggregate : 5 mm coarse aggregate).Water:cement ratio: 0.5 maximum.Slump: 50 mm maximum.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 33Margins to toppingsIntegral margins: Form margins to cementitious toppings integrally in the toppingmaterial.Coved skirtings: Form the cove in topping material, and finish the top to a neatlystruck line. Mitre internal and external angles.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 3412 BLOCK AND TILE FINISHES12.1 GENERALExtent of Work:StandardsFollow the guidance given in AS 3958.1-1991 (Ceramic tiles – Guide to theinstallation of ceramic tiles) and AS 3958.2-1992 (Ceramic tiles – Guide to theselection of a ceramic tiling system).12.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTSExposed edgesIf available, provide purpose-made border tiles with the exposed edge (whetherround, square or cushion) glazed to match the tile face.AccessoriesIf available, provide tile accessories such as round edge tiles, cove tiles, steptreads and nosings to stairs, landings, and thresholds, skirtings, sills, copings andbath vents, which match the surrounding tiles, composition, colour and finish.AdhesivesStandard: To AS 2358-1990 (Adhesives – For fixing ceramic tiles).PVA (polyvinyl acetate)-based adhesives: Do not use in wet areas or externally.Mortar materialsCement: To AS 3972-1997 (Portland and blended cements), type GP.Sand: Fine aggregate with a low clay content selected for grading.Bedding mortarProportioning: Select proportions from the range 1:3 to 1:4 cement:sand to obtainsatisfactory adhesion. Provide minimum water.GroutCement-based proprietary grout: Mix with water. Fine sand may be added as afiller in wider joints.Portland cement-based grout: Mix with fine sand. Provide minimum waterconsistent with workability.Proportioning: For joints up to 3 mm: 1:2 cement:sand. For joints over 3 mm: 1:3 cement:sand.PreparationPrepare the substrates, including the following: Remove deleterious and loose material and leave the surface dust-free andclean. For mortar bedding, wet the substrate as necessary to achieve suitable suction.Alternatively, apply a proprietary bonding agent to the substrate to improveadhesion.Block and tile schedule LocationFloorWall/skirtingAccessoriesGroutFront entryRear/side entryKitchen/familyLaundryBathroomWCEnsuite SPECIFICATION Project namePage 35 Terrace 12.3 WATERPROOFING WET AREASStandardGeneral: To AS 3740-1994 (Waterproofing of wet areas within residentialbuildings).MembraneProvide a proprietary liquid applied or sheet membrane system which has a current Australian Building Products and Systems Certification Schemecertificate; or has a current technical opinion issued by the Australian Building SystemsAppraisal Council stating that the system is suitable for use as a waterproofingsystem for use in wet areas, shower recess bases and associated floors andwall/floor junctions which are to be tiled.InstallationFloor wastes: Turn membrane down onto the floor waste puddle flanges, andadhere.Hobs: Extend membrane over the hob and into the room at least 50 mm. Forhobless showers extend 1800 mm into the room.External tiling: Provide a waterproof membrane under external floor tiling, tobalconies and over habitable rooms, which forms a drained tank suitable forcontinuous immersion. Do not run under bounding walls.Curing: Allow membrane to cure fully before tiling.12.4 TILINGCutting and layingCut tiles neatly to fit around fixtures and fittings, and at margins where necessary.Drill holes without damaging tile faces. Rub edges smooth without chipping. Returntiles into sills, reveals and openings. Butt up to returns, frames, fittings, and otherfinishes. Lipping of tiles is not acceptable.VariationsDistribute variations in hue, colour, or pattern uniformly, by mixing tiles or tilebatches before laying.ProtectionKeep traffic off floors until the bedding has set and attained its working strength.Setting outGeneral: Set out tiles to give uniform joint widths within the following limits: Internal ceramic tiling: 1.5 – 3 mm. Mosaic tiling: As dictated by pattern. Quarry tiles: 6 – 12 mm. Vitrified floor tiles: 3 – 5 mm.Joint alignment: Set out tiling with joints accurately aligned in both directions andwall tiling joints level and plumb.Joint position: Set out tiles from the centre of the floor or wall to be tiled and, ifpossible, ensure cut tiles are a half tile or larger.Fixtures: If possible, position tiles so that holes for fixtures and other penetrationsoccur at the intersection of horizontal and vertical joints or in the centre of tiles.Falls and levelsGeneral: Grade floor tiling to even and correct falls generally, and to floor wastesand elsewhere as required. Make level junctions with walls. If falls are not required,lay level.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 36Minimum fall generally: 1:100.Minimum fall in shower areas: 1:60.Change of finish: Maintain finished floor level across changes of floor finishincluding carpet.Preparation of tilesAdhesive bedding: Fix tiles dry.Mortar bedding: Soak porous tiles in water for half an hour and then drain until thesurface water has disappeared.Floor finish dividersFinish tiled floors at junctions with differing floor finishes with a corrosion-resistantmetal dividing strip fixed to the substrate. If changes of floor finish occur atdoorways, make the junction directly below the closed door.Bath ventilationVentilate the space below fully enclosed baths with at least 2 ventilating tiles.Sealed jointsFill joints with silicone sealant and finish flush with the tile surface where tiling joinssanitary fixtures and at corners of walls in showers.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 3713 FLOOR COATINGS AND COVERINGS13.1 GENERALExtent of work;Cross referenceRefer to the Painting section for finishing of sanded timber floors and cork tiles.13.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTSHardboard underlayStandard: To AS/NZS 1859.4-1997 (Reconstituted wood-based panels –Hardboard), standard hardboard Type RD, manufactured as flooring underlay.Resilient underlay alternativesNeedled underfelt: Provide a felt composed of 60% animal fibre and 40% jute,reinforced with polypropylene scrim with a minimum mass of 50 g/m2, or hessianfabric with a minimum mass of 150 g/m2.Synthetic foam underlay: Provide a high density synthetic latex flat cushion foamsandwiched between reinforced carrier fabric.Rubber underlay: Provide a heavy-duty natural rubber, waffle pattern, with abacking of reinforcing fabric, either hessian, spun nylon, or polyester.Hot-melt adhesive tapeProvide a glass fibre and cotton thermoplastic adhesive-coated tape 60 mm wideon a 90 mm wide metal foil base and backed with silicon-coated release paper.CarpetMinimum class: Domestic Medium Duty under the Australian Carpet ClassificationScheme. Manufacturer: >Hycraft Colour: >as selected Underlay: >Dunlop aircelResilient finishSimilar to vinyl. Manufacturer: > Colour: > Underlay: >13.3 SUBSTRATESubstrate preparationPrepare the substrate including the following: Stripping and cleaning: Remove deleterious and loose material, includingexisting floor coverings and any surface treatment which could adversely affectadhesion. Repairs: Make good to the surface finish as necessary. Fill depressions with asuitable filler, and remove high spots and projections. If necessary lay a steeltrowelled underlay to concrete substrate. Fixtures and fittings: Remove door stops and other fixtures, and refix in positionundamaged on completion of the installation.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 38 Basic sanding: Produce an even plane sanded surface on strip flooring to becovered with carpet or resilient sheet or tile. Lightly sand the junctions of sheetflooring. Fine sanding: If flooring is to be clear finished, stop with matching filler andproduce a smooth sanded surface free from irregularities and suitable toreceive the finish.13.4 LAYING CARPETStandardGeneral: To AS/NZS 2455.1-1995 (Textile floor coverings – Installation practice –General).Setting outGeneral: Lay the carpet in continuous lengths without cross joins in the body of thearea. Make unavoidable cross joins at doorways under the closed door.Joints in underlay: Ensure joints in underlay do not coincide with carpet joints. Donot carry underlay over carpet grippers or edge strips.Seaming methodsWoven carpet: Machine or hand sew.Tufted carpet: Provide hot-melt adhesive tapes.FixingGripper strip: Provide preformed gripper strip and tackless edge strip. Spacefixings at 150 mm maximum centres.Permanent stick method: Immediately after laying, and again one hour later, rollthe carpet from the centre diagonally towards each edge using a 65 kg multiwheeled roller. Do not roll foam-backed carpet.Edge stripProvide a proprietary aluminium edge strip at exposed edges of the carpet. If edgestrips occur at doorways, make the junction underneath the closed door.13.5 LAYING RESILIENT FINISHESStandardGeneral: To AS 1884-1985 (Floor coverings – Resilient sheet and tiles – Laying andmaintenance practices).Sheet set outSet out sheets to give the minimum number of joints. Run sheet joints parallel withthe long sides of floor areas.Tile set outSet out tiles from the centre of the area. Match edges and align patterns. Arrangethe material so that variation in appearance is minimised.JointsButt edges together to form tight neat joints showing no visible open seam andcold weld.JunctionsScribe neatly up to returns, edges, fixtures and fittings. Finish flush with adjoiningsurfaces.Cleaning and protectionKeep traffic off floors until bonding has set or for 24 hours after laying, whicheverperiod is the longer. Do not allow water in contact with the finish for 7 days.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 3914 PAINTING14.1 GENERALExtent of work;StandardsFollow the guidance given in AS 2311-1992 (The painting of buildings) andAS/NZS 2312-1994 (Guide to the protection of iron and steel against exterioratmospheric corrosion).14.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTSCombinationsDo not combine paints from different manufacturers in a paint system.DeliveryDeliver paints to the site in the manufacturers’ labelled containers. Ensurecontainers are marked with the APAS (Australian Paint Approvals Scheme)specification number.Autoclaved aerated concrete wallsDo not apply oil-based paints.14.3 PAINTINGOrder of workComplete clear timber finishes before commencing opaque paint finishes in thesame area.ProtectionRemove door furniture, switch plates, light fittings and other fixtures before startingto paint, and refix in position on completion of painting.RestorationClean off marks, paint spots and stains progressively. Touch up damageddecorative paintwork or misses with the paint batch used in the original application.Substrate preparationProvide a filler tinted to match the substrate if the finish is transparent.Paint applicationApply the first coat immediately after substrate preparation and beforecontamination of the substrate can occur. Ensure each coat of paint or clear finishis uniform in colour, gloss, thickness and texture, and free of runs, sags, blisters, orother discontinuities.Priming before fixingTimber: Apply a first coat (two coats to end grain) to exposed roof trim, timberdoors and window frames, tops and bottoms of doors, associated trims and glazingbeads before fixing in position.Steel: Apply a priming coat of zinc-rich organic binder to GPC C-29/16-1997 (Longlife protective systems for steel – Organic zinc rich coatings).Repair of galvanizingIf galvanized or zinc-coated surfaces have been cut or welded after galvanizing,prime the affected area with a zinc-rich organic binder to GPC C-29/16-1997 (Longlife protective systems for steel – Organic zinc rich coatings).Finishing timber and cork floorsAfter sanding, finish with 3 coats of clear floor sealer to GPC P-205-1996 (Onepack clear moisture cured polyurethane finish for timber floors).Paint system descriptionIf a system is referred to only by its final coat (for example by the manufacturer’sbrand name, the APAS specification code or the generic name) provide stains,SPECIFICATION Project namePage 40primers, sealers and undercoats which are suitable for the substrate and arecompatible with the finish coat and each other.Paint final coat tableProvide paints as follows: Final coatUse paint to APAS specificationInteriorFull gloss solvent-borneGPC E-15/4-1995 (Full gloss enamel (buildings) – Forinterior use)Flat latexGPC L-26/6-1995 (Latex paint, interior and exterior(buildings) – Washable flat finish for interior use)Low gloss latexGPC L-26/5-1995 (Latex paint, interior and exterior(buildings) – Low gloss finish for interior use)Semi-gloss latexGPC L-27-1995 (Semi gloss interior latex paint (Buildings))Gloss latexGPC L-164-1995 (Interior Gloss Latex Paint (Buildings))ExteriorFull gloss solvent-borneGPC E-15/3-1995 (Full gloss enamel (buildings) – Exteriorquality)Flat latexGPC L-26/3-1995 (Latex paint, interior and exterior(buildings) – Flat or low gloss finish for exterior use)Low gloss latexGPC L-26/3-1995 (Latex paint, interior and exterior(buildings) – Flat or low gloss finish for exterior use)Gloss latexGPC L-28-1995 (Gloss exterior latex paint (buildings))Stain, lightly pigmentedGPC V-115/1-1997 (Ranch finish for exterior timber –Lightly pigmented solvent borne finish)Latex stain, opaqueGPC V-115/3-1997 (Ranch finish for exterior timber –Heavily pigmented latex finish – low gloss)Semi-gloss latexGPC L-169-1995 (Semi Gloss Latex Paint, Exterior(Buildings))PavingSemi glossGPC P-200/1-1996 (One pack pigmented solvent bornepaving paint – Semigloss)GlossGPC P-200/2-1996 (One pack pigmented solvent bornepaving paint – Gloss) Exterior painting schedule ItemManufacturer andpaint typeColourFasciaGutteringDownpipesUnder eavesCladdingShuttersHandrailsBalustradesPosts and beamsGable bargeGable panelsGable battensFinialsFrieze horizontalsFrieze verticalsMasonry SPECIFICATION Project namePage 41Windows and external doors painting schedule LocationManufacturerand paint typeInternalExternalMouldingsFront door panelFront door frameOther doorpanelsOther doorframesGarage doorpanelGarage doorframeWindow framesWindow sashes Interior painting schedule Room/ItemManufacturerand paint typeWallsCeilingCorniceDoorsLinings/trimFront entryRear/sideentryHall (groundfloor)LoungeDiningRoomdividersKitchenFamilyRumpusroomWCLaundryLanding (firstfloor)HandrailsBalustradesBathroomBedroom 1EnsuiteBedroom 2Bedroom 3Bedroom 4Bedroom 5GarageStore SPECIFICATION Project namePage 4215 TIMBER FIXTURES15.1 GENERALExtent of work;Cross referencesRefer to the following sections: General requirements, for timber durability. Doors and windows, for timber doors and reveal and jamb linings.15.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTSMoisture contentMake milled products from timbers seasoned to within 3% of the equilibrium moisture content appropriate to the timber and itsintended conditions of use; and with no more than 3% difference between any 2 pieces in any one group.Finished sizesProvide milled timbers with actual dimensions which are at least the requireddimensions, except for dimensions qualified by a term such as “nominal” or “out of”to which industry standards for finished sizes apply.HardboardStandard: To AS/NZS 1859.4-1997 (Reconstituted wood-based panels –Hardboard).ParticleboardStandard: To AS/NZS 1859.1-1997 (Reconstituted wood-based panels –Particleboard).Medium density fibreboardStandard: To AS/NZS 1859.2-1997 (Reconstituted wood-based panels – Mediumdensity fibreboard (MDF)).Decorative overlaid wood panelsStandard: To AS/NZS 1859.3-1996 (Reconstituted wood-based panels –Decorative overlaid wood panels).High-pressure decorative laminate sheetsStandard: To AS/NZS 2924.1-1987 (High-pressure decorative laminates).High-pressure decorative laminate sheet application tableProvide classes as follows: Class to AS/NZS 2924-1987 (Decorativethermosetting laminated sheet)ApplicationHGS or HGPKitchen work-topsVGS or VGPKitchen front panelsVLSOther locations Hardware Handles: >ss 100 D handle Locks: >nil15.3 CONSTRUCTION GENERALLYGeneralConstruction: Build components square and install plumb.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 43Joints: Provide materials in single lengths whenever possible. If joints arenecessary, make them over supports.Fasteners and adhesivesGeneral: Provide fasteners, adhesives or both to transmit the loads imposed andensure the rigidity of the assembly. Do not split, discolour or otherwise damagetimber or sheets.Visibility: Do not provide visible fixings except in the following locations: Inside cupboards and drawer units. Inside open units, in which case provide proprietary caps to conceal fixings.FinishingJunctions with structure: Scribe plinths, benchtops, splashbacks, ends ofcupboards, kickboards and returns to follow the line of floors or walls.15.4 TIMBER STAIRS AND BALUSTRADESClosed stringsTrench for treads and risers.Cut stringsProfile for treads and risers. Mitre riser ends.TreadsDress nosings to a pencil-round. Return nosings at cut strings. Groove for risertongue in closed riser stair. Set riser 19 mm back from nosing.Top treadFlush with finished floor, otherwise to match stair treads. Provide similar treadsection as nosing to floor edges around stair well.RisersTongue to tread. Mitre to string in cut-string stairs.JointsGlue joints in internal work. In closed riser stairs, wedge treads and risers tostrings. Plant 2 glue-blocks behind each tread to riser junction. Trim floors to carryends of stairs and around stairwell.FasciaOf depth sufficient to overlap 19 mm below ceiling, and fixed to floor joists hard upunder nosing.Soffit liningFix to 38 x 38 mm nailing battens notched and nailed to the underside of treadsand risers of closed rise stairs at the centre of flights and at each side.NewelsHalve and bolt to strings.HandrailStub tenon to newels.BalustersStub tenon to handrail at top and to tread or floor at the bottom.15.5 DOMESTIC KITCHEN ASSEMBLIESStandardGeneral: To AS/NZS 4386.1-1996 (Domestic kitchen assemblies – Kitchen units).15.6 CUPBOARD AND DRAWER UNITSPlinths, carcasses, drawer fronts, shelves and doorsMaterial: Provide melamine overlaid high moisture-resistant medium densityfibreboard.Minimum thickness: 16 mm.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 44Finish: Provide decorative laminated sheet if necessary to conceal fasteners; or to provide selected colours.Installation: Secure plinths and carcasses to floors, walls, or both at not more than600 mm centres.Drawer fronts: Rout for drawer bottoms.Adjustable shelves: Support on proprietary pins in holes bored at 32 mm centresvertically.Drawer and door hardwareHinges: Provide concealed all-metal hinges with the following features: Adjustable for height, side and depth location of door. Self-closing action. Hold-open function. Nickel plated.Slides: Provide metal runners and plastic rollers with the following features: 30 kg loading capacity. Closure retention. White thermoset powder coating or nickel plated.15.7 BENCHTOPSLaminated benchtopsMaterial: Provide high moisture-resistant particleboard or medium densityfibreboard.Minimum thickness: 32 mm.Finish: Decorative laminated sheet adhesive fixed.Sealing underside: Laminate undersides of benchtops if likely to be subject to excessive moisture from equipment such as dishwashers;or the benchtop is not restrained against warping by cupboard carcass or supportframing.Installation: Fix to carcass at least twice per 600 mm length of benchtop.Joint sealing: Fill joints with sealant matching the finish colour and clamp withproprietary mechanical connectors.Edge sealing: Seal to walls and carcasses with a sealant which matches the finishcolour.15.8 CEILING AND UNDER FLOOR ACCESSCeilingTrim an opening and provide a loose access panel of minimum size 600 x 400 mm.Under floorProvide a frame and a door, minimum size 720 mm wide x 600 mm high, completewith padbolt.15.9 SCHEDULEJoinery schedule Location/ItemManufacturerMaterialColour SPECIFICATION Project namePage 45SPECIFICATION Project namePage 4616 PLUMBING AND DRAINAGE16.1 GENERALExtent of work;Cross referencesRefer to the following sections: Site preparation, for service trenches. Roofing, for roof plumbing and rainwater tanks. Block and tile finishes, for waterproofing of wet areas. Painting, for priming steel or iron before installation and exposed pipingrequired to be painted.StandardPlumbing and drainage products: To SAA MP52-1997 (Manual of authorizationprocedures for plumbing and drainage products).ConnectionsExcavate to locate and expose the connection points and connect to theauthorities’ mains. On completion, backfill and compact the excavation andreinstate surfaces and elements which have been disturbed such as roads,pavements, kerbs, footpaths and nature strips.16.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTSWater supply pipes Material: >copperKitchen sink Tap holes: >one for mixer Filtered water: oneWater heater Type: >instantaneous gas Manufacturer: >Rinnai or Rheem Model/capacity: >125L/minFinishesFinish exposed piping, including fittings and supports as follows: Internal locations such as toilet and kitchen areas: Bright chrome plate. Externally: Paint. Concealed but accessible spaces (including cupboards and non-habitableenclosed spaces): Leave unpainted except for required identification marking.ValvesFinish valves to match connected piping.Sanitaryware and tapware schedule LocationManufacturerTypeColour SPECIFICATION Project namePage 4716.3 CONSTRUCTION GENERALLYGeneralInstall piping in straight lines and to uniform grades. Arrange and support thepiping so that it remains free from vibration and water hammer, while permittingthermal movement. Keep the number of joints to a minimum. Prevent direct contactbetween incompatible metals.ConcealmentIf practicable, conceal piping and fittings requiring maintenance or servicing so thatthey are accessible within non-habitable enclosed spaces such as roof spaces,subfloor spaces and ducts. Keep pipelines in subfloor spaces at least 150 mmabove ground and ensure access can be provided throughout for inspection.Provide at least 25 mm clearance between adjacent pipelines (measured from thepiping insulation where applicable).Building penetrationsIf piping passes through building elements provide purpose-made metal or plasticsleeves formed from pipe sections. Prime steel or iron before installation.Pipe supportsMaterials: The same as the piping, or galvanized or non-ferrous metals, withbonded PVC or glass fibre woven tape sleeves where needed to separatedissimilar metals.Cover platesWhere exposed piping emerges from wall, floor or ceiling finishes, provide coverplates of non-ferrous metal, finished to match the piping, or of stainless steel.16.4 STORMWATERStandardGeneral: To AS/NZS 3500.3.2-1998 (National Plumbing and Drainage –Stormwater drainage – Acceptable solutions).CleaningDuring construction, use temporary covers to openings and keep the system freeof debris. On completion, flush the system using water and leave it clean.PipelayingLay pipelines with the spigot ends in the direction of flow.Downpipe connectionsTurn up drain branch pipelines to finish 50 mm above finished ground or pavementlevel.Subsoil drainsConnection: Connect subsoil drains to the stormwater drainage system.Trench width: Minimum 450 mm.Subsoil drains: Provide proprietary perforated plastic pipe.Filter fabric: Provide a polymeric fabric formed from a plastic yarn containingstabilisers or inhibitors to make the filaments resistant to deterioration due toultraviolet light.Filter sock: Provide a polyester permeable sock capable of retaining particles of0.25 mm size. Securely fit or join the sock at each joint.Backfilling: Backfill with 20 mm nominal size washed screenings, to the followingdepths: To the underside of the bases of overlying structures such as pavements, slabsand channels. To within 75 mm of the finished surface of unpaved or landscaped areas.PitsCover levels: Locate the top of covers or gratings, including frames as follows:SPECIFICATION Project namePage 48 In paved areas: Flush with the paving surface. In landscaped areas: 25 mm above finished surface. Gratings taking surface water runoff: Set to receive the runoff without ponding.16.5 WASTEWATERStandardGeneral: To AS/NZS 3500.2.2-1996 (National Plumbing and Drainage – Sanitaryplumbing and sanitary drainage – Acceptable solutions).CleaningDuring construction, use temporary covers to openings and keep the system freeof debris. On completion, flush the system using water and leave it clean.Septic tanksPrecast concrete or glass fibre reinforced plastic septic tank: To AS/NZS 1546-1998 (On-site domestic wastewater treatment – Septic tanks).Effluent disposal: To AS 1547-1994 (Disposal systems for effluent from domesticpremises).Vent pipesStaying to roof: If fixings for stays penetrate the roof covering, seal the penetrationsand make watertight.Terminations: Provide bird-proof vent cowls made of the same material and colouras the vent pipe.16.6 FRESH WATERStandardsGeneral: To AS/NZS 3500.1.2-1998 (National Plumbing and Drainage – Watersupply – Acceptable solutions) and AS/NZS 3500.4.2-1997 (National Plumbing andDrainage – Hot water supply systems – Acceptable solutions).Tap positionsLocate hot tap to the left of, or above, the cold water tap.AccessoriesProvide the accessories and fittings necessary for the proper functioning of theplumbing systems, including taps, valves, outlets, pressure and temperaturecontrol devices, strainers, gauges and pumps.Space Heater installationLocation: Locate water heaters where they can be maintained or replaced withoutdamaging adjacent structures, fixtures or finishes.Oil-fired heaters: To AS 1691-1985 (Domestic oil-fired appliances – Installation).Solid fuel heaters: To AS 2918-1990 (Domestic solid fuel burning appliances –Installation).TemperatureMaximum temperature at ablution outlets: 50oC.Isolating valvesProvide isolation valves to water heaters.CleaningOn completion, flush the pipelines using water and leave them clean.16.7 RAINWATER TANKSGeneralType: Provide a proprietary reinforced concrete, plastic or coated steel tank withflat base and pitched roof for storage of rainwaterInstallation: To AS/NZS 3500.1.2-1998 (National Plumbing and Drainage – Watersupply – Acceptable solutions).SPECIFICATION Project namePage 49Coated steel tank: Fully support the tank above ground level. Material: Hot-dipped zinc-coated steel or aluminium/zinc-coated steel.Reinforced concrete or plastic tank: Trim and compact the ground and place alevel bed of sand at least 50 mm thick to support the tank.16.8 GASStandardGeneral: To AG 601-1998 (Gas Installation Code).Buried pipesWarning tape: During backfilling, lay plastic warning tape above and for the fulllength of buried gas pipes. Type: Minimum 100 mm wide, with “GAS PIPE UNDER” marked continuously.CommissioningOn completion of installation and testing, turn on isolating and control valves andpurge and charge the installation.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 5017 ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL INSTALLATIONS17.1 GENERALExtent of work:Cross referenceRefer to the Site preparation section for service trenches.StandardsDomestic electrical installations: To AS/NZS 3018-1997 (Electrical installations –Domestic installations).Mechanical ventilation: To AS 1668.2-1991 (The use of mechanical ventilation andair-conditioning in buildings – Mechanical ventilation for acceptable indoor-airquality).DefinitionMeter box: contains the service authorities meters and control gear.Switchboards: has safety switch and circuit breakers for houseOther work: low voltage switchgear and control gear assemblies, CCTV, audio etc.17.2 COMPONENTSPowerCircuit breakers: To AS 3947.2-1997 (Low voltage switchgear and control gear –Circuit-breakers).Switchboards: To AS 3439.1-1993 (Low-voltage switchgear and control gear –Type-tested and partially type-tested assemblies) or AS 3439.3-1995 (Low-voltageswitchgear and control gear – Particular requirements for low-voltage switchgearand control gear assemblies intended to be installed in places where unskilledpersons have access for their use – Distribution, as appropriate).Electrical accessories schedule ItemLocation/codeTypeDetailsSwitches and platesSocket outlets andplates LuminairesStandard: To AS 3137-1992 (Approval and test specification – Luminaires (lightingfittings)).Lamps and luminaires schedule ItemLocation/codeTypeDetailsLampsLuminaires Electrical appliances schedule ItemLocation/codeTypeDetailsBuilt-in ovensCook tops/stoveRange hoodsFans – ceilingFans – exhaustTowel railsBar heatersWater heatersRoom heatersDoor chime SPECIFICATION Project namePage 51 DishwasherMicrowaveWaste disposal unit Telecommunications cablesStandard: To ACA TS 008-1997 (Requirements for Authorised Cabling Products).Telecommunications accessories schedule ItemLocation/codeTypeDetailsTelephonesTelephone outletsand platesModem outlets andplates TelevisionAntennae: To AS 1417.1-1987 (Receiving antennas for radio and television in thefrequency range 30 MHz to 1 Ghz – Construction and installation) and AS 1417.2-1991 (Receiving antennas for radio and television in the frequency range 30 MHzto 1 Ghz – Performance). Antenna outlets and plates: >Audio Audio system: > Audio outlets and plates: >Miscellaneous Central vacuum system: > Intercom system: > Security system: >Smoke alarmsStandard: To AS 3786-1993 (Smoke alarms) hard wired into lighting circuit wiring. Smoke alarm type: >2 offAirconditioning unitsEvaporative air coolers: To AS 2913-1987 (Evaporative air-conditioningequipment).Package airconditioners: To AS 1861.2-1991 (Air-conditioning units – Methods ofassessing and rating performance – Refrigerated package air-conditioners).Room airconditioners: To AS/NZS 3823.1.1-1998 (Performance of householdelectrical appliances – Room airconditioners – Non-ducted airconditioners andheat pumps – Testing and rating for performance)Air-conditioning equipment schedule ItemLocation/codeTypeDetailsUnitsDuctwork 17.3 INSTALLATIONConsumer mainsGeneral: Provide a consumer mains and connect to the main service. Supply type:>underground serviceSPECIFICATION Project namePage 52 Phases: >twoSwitchboardsGeneral: Provide control switchgear, circuit breakers and earth leakage protectiondevices (RCDs) on a wall-mounted switchboard enclosed in a case with a hingeddoor. Make provision for the authority’s equipment and have it installed.Electrical wiringGeneral: Conceal cables and conduits, including underground cable or conduitentering the building, in a manner that will allow wiring replacement withoutstructural work or the removal of cladding or lining. Do not penetrate damp-proofcourses.Connection of fixed and stationary appliances: Provide connecting devices withsocket outlet and flush blank plate.Electrical accessoriesGeneral: Install flush-mounted accessories in wall boxes in masonry and inmounting brackets in stud walls.Telecommunications cablingStandards: To AUSTEL TS 009-1997 (Installation Requirements for CustomerCabling (Wiring Rules)) and AS/NZS 3086-1996 (Telecommunications installations– Integrated communications cabling systems for small office/home officepremises).Wiring: Conceal cables and conduits, including underground cable or conduitentering the building, in a manner that will allow wiring replacement withoutstructural work or the removal of cladding or lining. Do not penetrate damp-proofcourses.Pre-wiring: Have pre-wiring of telephone, data, TV and telecommunicationsservices carried out before installation of linings, paving and landscaping.Connection of fixed and stationary appliances: Provide connecting devices withsocket outlet and flush blank plate.Smoke alarmsStandard: To AS 1670.6-1997 (Fire detection, warning, control and intercomsystems – System design, installation, and commissioning – Smoke alarms).Power: Connect to consumer mains power.Air-conditioning pipework insulationProtection against ultra-violet light and mechanical damage: Sheath externalinsulated pipework.Completion testsGeneral: Test the electrical installation, smoke alarms, and the air-conditioningsystem.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 5318 FENCES AND EXTERNAL WALLS18.1 GENERALCross referenceRefer to the General requirements section for timber durability.18.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTSGalvanizingGalvanize mild steel components as follows: Threaded fasteners: To AS 1214-1983 (Hot-dip galvanized coatings onthreaded fasteners (ISO metric coarse thread series)). Other components: To AS 1650-1989 (Hot-dipped galvanized coatings onferrous articles).ConcreteStandard: To AS 1379-1997 (Specification and supply of concrete) or proprietarypackaged mix.Steel panel fencingSelf-drilling screws: To AS 3566-1988 (Screws – Self-drilling – For the building andconstruction industries) corrosion resistant class 3.Steel framing: Zinc-coated or aluminium/zinc alloy coated steel to AS 1397-1993(Steel sheet and strip – Hot-dipped zinc-coated or aluminium/zinc-coated)/Z450 orAZ150.Steel sheeting: Prepainted to AS/NZS 2728-1997 (Prefinished/prepainted sheetmetal products for interior/exterior building applications – Performancerequirements). Height: >1800 Prefinish colour: >beige/creamSteel postsGalvanize to AS 1650-1989 (Hot-dipped galvanized coatings on ferrous articles).Concrete postsReinforce and precast from concrete to AS 1379-1997 (Specification and supply ofconcrete).Timber fencing size tableProvide timber members as follows: MemberPreservativetreatedsoftwood picket(mm)Preservative treatedsoftwood paling/lap& cap (mm)Hardwood orcypress pinepaling/lap & cap(mm)Maximum height120018001800End/corner gate posts90 x 90100 x 100125 x 125 or 100 x100Intermediate posts90 x 90140 x 45 or 100 x 75125 x 50 or 100 x 75Maximum post spacing24002400/2700*2700Rails70 x 4075 x 50 or 100 x 3875 x 50 or 100 x 38Picket/paling size70 x 1975, 100 or 150 x 15*100 or 150 x 13*Capping–125 x 35100 x 50* three rail fences only Timber fencing Height: >1800SPECIFICATION Project namePage 54 Material: >treated pine Type: >paling18.3 CONSTRUCTION GENERALLYClearingClear vegetation on the fence alignment. Grub out the stumps and roots ofremoved trees or shrubs and trim the grass to ground level, but do not remove thetopsoil.ExcavationExcavate footings so that they have vertical sides and a firm base.Minimum footing sizeGenerally: 200 diameter x 600 mm deep.In loose material: 250 diameter x 900 mm deep.In rock: 250 diameter x 300 mm deep.Line and levelErect posts vertically to follow the contours of the natural ground.Earth footingsPlace 100 mm of gravel in the footing base under posts and backfill with eartharound posts, compacting firmly by hand or machine in 150 mm deep layers.Concrete footingsPlace mass concrete around posts and finish with a weathered top falling from thepost to ground level.Steel panel fencingEnsure bottom rails have drain holes and are at least 50 mm clear of the ground.Timber fencingGeneral: Mortice posts, taper splice rails and nail twice in mortices. Set pickets andpalings clear of the ground.Picket fence: Nail twice to each rail.Plain paling fence: Use 2 rails for fences up to 1.8 m high. Close butt palings andnail twice to each rail.Lap and cap paling fence: Use 3 rails for fences up to 1.8 m high with the top raillocated to receive the capping. Close butt larger palings and nail twice to each rail.Fix smaller palings over joints and nail twice to each rail. Nail capping to the toprail.18.4 GATESGeneralConstruction: Construct gates as follows: Ledges and braces: To match fence rails. Pickets or palings: To match fencing.Hardware: Provide the following: Drop bolt and ferrule to each leaf of double gates. Latch to one leaf of double gates. Provision for locking by padlock. Hinges to ensure smooth operation.Hand access: Provide hand holes to give access from outside to reach lockingprovision. Size: >120 diaSPECIFICATION Project namePage 55 Type: >latch18.5 BRICK FENCESStandardsFollow the guidance given in Clay Brick and Paver Institute Technical Notes 21A,21B and 21C.Masonry units Type: > Manufacturer: > Size: > Colour: > Feature colour: > Mortar colour: > Mortar joints: >Construction generallyProvide a structurally sound brickwork fence composed of footings; brickwork panels; and lateral support where necessary in the form of piers, posts or return walls.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 5619 LANDSCAPING19.1 GENERALCross referenceRefer to the General requirements section for timber durability.19.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTSConcreteStandard: To AS 1379-1997 (Specification and supply of concrete) or proprietarypackaged mix.19.3 PREPARATIONWeed eradicationEradicate weeds using a non-residual glyphosate herbicide in any registeredformulae, at the recommended maximum rate.Surplus spoilRemove surplus spoil from site. Do not burn vegetative material.19.4 SUBSOILRippingGeneral: If practicable, rip parallel to the final contours. Do not rip when the subsoilis wet or plastic. Do not rip within the dripline of trees and shrubs to be retained.Ripping depths: Rip the subsoil to the following typical depths: Compacted subsoil: 300 mm. Heavily compacted clay subsoil: 450 mm.CultivationCultivate to a minimum depth of 100 mm. Do not disturb services or tree roots; ifnecessary, cultivate these areas by hand. During cultivation, thoroughly mix inmaterials required to be incorporated into the subsoil. Remove stones exceeding25 mm, clods of earth exceeding 50 mm, and weeds, rubbish or other deleteriousmaterial brought to the surface during cultivation. Trim the surface to the requireddesign levels after cultivation.AdditivesGeneral: Apply additives after ripping or cultivation and incorporate into the upper100 mm layer of the subsoil.Gypsum: Incorporate at the rate of 0.25 kg/m2.19.5 TOPSOILGeneralProvide topsoil which is free from unwanted matter and is suitable for reuse on siteas topsoil.SourceIf it is available, provide site topsoil.Placing topsoilSpread the topsoil on the prepared subsoil and grade evenly, making thenecessary allowances so that: required finished levels and contours are achieved after light compaction; and grassed areas may be finished flush with adjacent hard surfaces such as kerbs,paths and mowing strips.ConsolidationCompact lightly and uniformly in 150 mm layers. Avoid differential subsidence andexcess compaction and produce a finished topsoil surface which is:SPECIFICATION Project namePage 57 finished to design levels; smooth and free from stones or lumps of soil; graded to drain freely, without ponding, to catchment points; graded evenly into adjoining ground surfaces; and ready for planting.Topsoil depthsSpread topsoil to the following typical depths: Planting areas: 225 mm. Irrigated grassed areas generally: 150 mm. Grass areas: 100 mm.19.6 TURFINGTurfObtain turf from a specialist grower of cultivated turf. Provide turf of even thickness,free from weeds and other foreign matter.SupplyDeliver the turf within 24 hours of cutting, and lay it within 36 hours of cutting.Prevent it from drying out between cutting and laying.FertilisingMix fertiliser thoroughly into the topsoil before placing the turf.LayingLay turf in “stretcher” pattern with the joints staggered and close butted; parallel with the long sides of level areas, and with contours on slopes; and to finish flush, after tamping, with adjacent finished surfaces of ground, pavingedging, or grass seeded areas.TampingLightly tamp to an even surface immediately after laying. Do not use a roller.WateringWater immediately after laying until the topsoil is moistened to its full depth.19.7 PLANTINGExcavationExcavate a plant hole for each plant large enough to accept the root ball plus0.1 m3 of backfilling with topsoil.PlantsGeneral: Provide plants which have large healthy root systems, with no evidence of root curl, restriction ordamage; are vigorous, well established, free from disease and pests, of good formconsistent with the species or variety; and are hardened off, not soft or forced, and suitable for planting in the naturalclimatic conditions prevailing at the site.Trees: Provide trees which, unless required to be multi-stemmed, have a singleleading shoot.LabellingLabel at least one plant of each species or variety in a batch using a durable,readable tag.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 58Planting conditionsDo not plant in unsuitable weather conditions such as extreme heat, cold, wind orrain. In other than sandy soils, suspend excavation when the soil is wet, or duringfrost periods.WateringThoroughly water plants before planting and immediately after planting.FertilisingIn planting beds and individual plantings, place fertiliser pellets around plants at thetime of planting. 19.8MulchMULCHING General: Provide mulch which is free of deleterious and extraneous matter such asstones, soil, weeds and sticks.Application: Place mulch clear of plant stems, and rake to an even surface flushwith the surrounding finished levels.Depth: 75 mm.19.9 STAKES AND TIESStakesMaterial: Hardwood, straight, free from knots or twists, pointed at one end.Installation: Drive stakes into the ground at least one third of their length, avoidingdamage to the root system.Stake sizes: For plants 1 to 2.5 m high: Two 50 x 50 x 1800 mm stakes per plant. For plants smaller than 1 m high: One 38 x 38 x 1200 mm stake per plant.TiesGeneral: Provide ties fixed securely to the stakes, one tie at half the height of themain stem, others as necessary to stabilise the plant.Webbing: Provide 50 mm hessian webbing stapled to the stake.SCHEDULE OF PLANT MATERIAL;Refer to landscape plan for design and schedule.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 5920 PAVING AND ROADS20.1 GENERALCross referenceRefer to the General requirements section for timber durability.Footpath crossingProvide a footpath and kerb crossing to local council requirements.20.2 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTSMortar materialsSand: Use a fine aggregate with a low clay content selected for grading.Cement: To AS 3972-1997 (Portland and blended cements), type GP.MortarMix proportions: 1:3 cement:sand.20.3 CONSTRUCTION GENERALLYGradingGeneral: Grade paving to even falls to drain away from buildings to drainageoutlets without ponding. Minimum fall for drainage: 1:100.20.4 BASE COURSEPreparationPrepare the subgrade to suit the thickness of the base course and paving. Ifnecessary, loosen the ground to a depth of 200 mm and adjust the moisturecontent before compaction. Compact the ground to a firm, even surface using atleast 2 passes of a vibrating plate compactor or roller. Remove and replace softareas.Base course materialProvide crushed rock consisting of hard, dense, durable particles free fromdeleterious material, of nominal size 25 mm, uniformly graded, with not more than10% passing a 0.075 mm sieve.PlacingSpread and compact the base course to a firm, tight, close textured surface usingat least 3 passes of a vibrating plate compactor or roller. Adjust the moisturecontent as needed to facilitate compaction.Base course minimum thickness tableComply with the following minimum thicknesses: Site classification to AS 2870Unit pavingBituminous pavingAS&MAS&MFoot and bicycle traffic0050 mm100 mmLight domestic traffic occasionallyup to 3 tonne gross075 mm100 mm150 mm 20.5 BITUMINOUS PAVINGHotmix pavingStandard: Place and compact asphaltic concrete paving over the prepared basecourse to AS 2734-1984 (Asphalt (hot-mixed) paving – Guide to good practice).Mix designation: AC7.Binder type: Class 170 bitumen.Minimum thickness: 25 mm.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 60Tack coating: Cut back bitumen or bitumen emulsion.20.6 UNIT PAVINGMasonry and segmental paversGeneral: Provide paving units of clay, natural stone or concrete masonry, purposemade for use as paving, or units made for bonded masonry construction butsuitable for paving.Standard: To AS/NZS 4455-1997 (Masonry units and segmental pavers).Minimum thickness: Foot and bicycle traffic: 40 mm. Light domestic traffic occasionally up to 3 tonne gross: 50 mm.Cutting units: Cut paving units to maintain sharp edges and accurate joints andmargins. Manufacturer: >Boral Size: >230x110x50 Colour: >drift sandLaying unit pavingGeneral: Over the base course, lay the units on bedding sand screeded to auniform thickness not exceeding 50 mm, and to the required falls and levels. Donot disturb the screeded sand bedding before the units are laid. Provide a gap of 1-3 mm wide between adjoining units. After laying, tamp the units using a vibratingplate compactor.Dry joints: Fill the joints flush with clean, fine sand or screened bedding sandpassing a 1.2 mm sieve, vibrate into the joints and then make 2 further passes ofthe vibrating plate compactor.Edge restraintProvide edge restraint where needed to support the sand bedding and maintain thepaving shape. Bed units in mortar at least 40 mm thick.20.7 IN SITU CONCRETE PAVINGConcreteStandard: To AS 1379-1997 (Specification and supply of concrete). Colour: >intergral drift sand Aggregate: >15Minimum thicknessFoot and bicycle traffic: 75 mm.Light domestic traffic occasionally up to 3 tonne gross: 100 mm.PreparationTrim the ground to suit the required thickness of concrete and compact to a firm,even surface.Control jointsForm tooled joints at maximum 2 m spacing.Expansion jointsCast-in 10 mm thick bitumen impregnated fibreboard joint filler at maximum 6 mspacing.Abutment with buildingWhere concrete paving more than 1.5m wide abuts the wall of a building, provide astrip of 10 mm thick bitumen impregnated fibreboard between the paving and thewall.SPECIFICATION Project namePage 61Finishing methodsBroom finishing: Wood float and broom to an even textured slip-resistant surfacewith steel tooled margins. On gradients steeper than 10%, roughen the surface byscoring.Exposed aggregate finish: Steel trowel to a smooth surface. After final set useclean water and brushes to remove the surface film of mortar until the aggregate isuniformly exposed without under cutting of the matrix.Sponge finish: After floating, produce an even textured sand finish by wiping thesurface using a damp sponge.Stencil pattern: Use a proprietary system. Finish type: > Colour: > Pattern: >SPECIFICATION Project namePage 6221 REFERENCED DOCUMENTSAS 1214 Hot-dip galvanized coatings on threaded fasteners(ISO metric coarse thread series)AS 1231 Aluminium and aluminium alloys – Anodizedcoatings for architectural applicationsAS 1250 The use of steel in structuresAS 1288 Glass in buildings – Selection and installationAS 1366 Rigid cellular plastics sheets for thermal insulationAS 1366.4 Rigid cellular polystyrene – Extruded (RC/PS-E)AS 1379 Specification and supply of concreteAS 1397 Steel sheet and strip – Hot-dipped zinc-coated oraluminium/zinc-coatedAS 1417 Receiving antennas for radio and television in thefrequency range 30 MHz to 1 GhzAS 1470 Health and safety at workAS/NZS 1546 On-site domestic wastewater treatment unitsAS/NZS 1546.1 Septic tanksAS 1547 Disposal systems for effluent from domesticpremisesAS/NZS 1554 Structural steel weldingAS/NZS 1554.1 Welding of steel structuresAS 1562 Design and installation of sheet roof and wallcladdingAS 1562.1 MetalAS/NZS 1562.3 PlasticAS 1604 Timber – Preservative-treated – Sawn and roundAS 1627 Metal finishing – Preparation and pre-treatment ofsurfacesAS 1650 Hot-dipped galvanized coatings on ferrous articlesAS 1668 The use of mechanical ventilation and airconditioning in buildingsAS 1668.2 Mechanical ventilation for acceptable indoor-airqualityAS 1670 Fire detection, warning, control and intercomsystems – System design, installation, andcommissioningAS 1670.6 Smoke alarmsAS 1672 Limes and limestonesAS 1672.1 Limes for buildingAS 1684 National Timber Framing CodeAS 1691 Domestic oil-fired appliances – InstallationAS 1720 Timber structuresAS 1720.1 Design methodsAS 1726 Geotechnical site investigationAS 1789 Electroplated coatings – Zinc on iron or steelAS/NZS 1859 Reconstituted wood-based panelsAS/NZS 1859.1 ParticleboardAS/NZS 1859.2 Medium density fibreboard (MDF)AS/NZS 1859.3 Decorative overlaid wood panelsAS/NZS 1859.4 HardboardAS 1860 Installation of particleboard flooringAS 1861 Air-conditioning units – Methods of assessing andrating performanceAS 1861.2 Refrigerated package air-conditionersAS 1884 Floor coverings – Resilient sheet and tiles – Layingand maintenance practicesAS 1909 Installation of timber doorsetsAS 2032 Code of practice for installation of UPVC pipesystemsAS 2047 Windows in buildingsSPECIFICATION Project namePage 63AS 2047.1 Specification for materials and performanceAS 2047.2 Construction, installation and maintenanceAS 2048 Code of practice for installation and maintenanceof aluminium windowsAS 2049 Roof tilesAS 2050 Installation of roofing tilesAS 2159 Piling – Design and installationAS/NZS 2179 Specification for rainwater goods, accessories andfastenersAS/NZS 2179.1 Metal shape or sheet rainwater goods andmetal accessories and fastenersAS/NZS 2179.2 (Int) 1998 PVC rainwater goods and accessoriesAS 2185 Fibrous plaster productsAS/NZS 2269 Plywood – StructuralAS 2311 The painting of buildingsAS/NZS 2312 Guide to the protection of iron and steel againstexterior atmospheric corrosionAS 2358 Adhesives – For fixing ceramic tilesAS/NZS 2455 Textile floor coverings – Installation practiceAS/NZS 2455.1 GeneralAS 2461 Mineral wool thermal insulation – Loose fillAS 2462 Cellulosic fibre thermal insulationAS/NZS 2588 Gypsum plasterboardAS 2589 Gypsum linings in residential and light commercialconstruction – Application and finishingAS/NZS 2589.1 Gypsum plasterboardAS 2592 Gypsum plaster for building purposesAS 2601 The demolition of structuresAS 2688 Timber doorsAS 2689 Timber doorsetsAS 2699 Wall ties for masonry constructionAS/NZS 2728 Prefinished/prepainted sheet metal products forinterior/exterior building applications –Performance requirementsAS 2734 Asphalt (hot-mixed) paving – Guide to goodpracticeAS/NZS 2803 Doors – Security ScreenAS/NZS 2803.1 HingedAS/NZS 2803.2 SlidingAS/NZS 2804 Installation of security screen doorsAS/NZS 2804.1 HingedAS/NZS 2804.2 SlidingAS 2870 Residential slabs and footings – ConstructionAS/NZS 2904 Damp-proof courses and flashingsAS 2908 Cellulose-cement productsAS 2908.2 Flat sheetsAS 2913 Evaporative air-conditioning equipmentAS 2918 Domestic solid fuel burning appliances –InstallationAS/NZS 2924 High pressure decorative laminates – Sheetsmade from thermosetting resinsAS/NZS 2924.1 Classification and specificationsAS/NZS 3018 Electrical installations – Domestic installationsAS/NZS 3086 Telecommunications installations – Integratedcommunications cabling systems for smalloffice/home office premisesAS 3137 Approval and test specification – Luminaires(lighting fittings)AS 3439 Low-voltage switchgear and controlgearAS 3439.1 Type-tested and partially type-testedassembliesSPECIFICATION Project namePage 64AS 3439.3 Particular requirements for low-voltageswitchgear and controlgear assembliesintended to be installed in places whereunskilled persons have access for their use –DistributionAS 3500 National Plumbing and DrainageAS/NZS 3500.1.2 Water supply – Acceptable solutionsAS/NZS 3500.2.2 Sanitary plumbing and sanitary drainage –Acceptable solutionsAS/NZS 3500.3.2 Stormwater drainage – Acceptable solutionsAS/NZS 3500.4.2 Hot water supply systems – AcceptablesolutionsAS 3566 Screws – Self-drilling – For the building andconstruction industriesAS 3600 Concrete structuresAS 3623 Domestic metal framingAS 3660 Protection of buildings from subterranean termites– Prevention, detection and treatment of infestationAS 3660.1 New buildingsAS 3700 Masonry structuresAS 3715 Metal finishing – Thermoset powder coatings forarchitectural applicationsAS 3740 Waterproofing of wet areas within residentialbuildingsAS 3742 Mineral wool thermal insulation – Batt and blanketAS 3786 Smoke alarmsAS 3947 Low voltage switchgear and controlgearAS 3947.2 Circuit-breakersAS 3958 Ceramic tilesAS 3958.1 Guide to the installation of ceramic tilesAS 3958.2 Guide to the selection of a ceramic tiling systemAS 3959 Construction of buildings in bushfire prone areasAS 3972 Portland and blended cementsAS 3999 Thermal insulation of dwellings – Bulk insulation –Installation requirementsAS 4100 Steel structuresAS/NZS 4200 Pliable building materials and underlaysAS/NZS 4200.1 MaterialsAS/NZS 4200.2 Installation requirementsAS/NZS 4256 Plastic roof and wall cladding materialsAS/NZS 4256.3 Glass fibre reinforced polyester (GRP)AS/NZS 4256.4 Unplasticized polyvinyl chloride (uPVC) wallcladding boardsAS/NZS 4256.5 PolycarbonateAS/NZS 4386 Domestic kitchen assembliesAS/NZS 4386.1 Kitchen unitsAS 4440 Installation of nailplated timber trussesAS/NZS 4455 Masonry units and segmental paversAS/NZS 4456 Masonry units and segmental pavers – Method oftestAS/NZS 4456.10 Method 10: Determining resistance to saltattackAS/NZS 4506 Metal finishing – Thermoset powder coatingsAS/NZS 4600 Cold-formed steel structuresSAA HB33 Domestic open fire placesSAA MP52 Manual of authorization procedures for plumbingand drainage productsAG 601 Gas Installation CodeAWRAP/A 202 Mandatory Woolmark Specifications for buildinginsulation materialACA TS 008 Requirements for Authorised Cabling ProductsSPECIFICATION Project namePage 65 AUSTEL TS 009Installation Requirements for Customer Cabling(Wiring Rules)Code of recommended practice for internalplastering on solid backgroundsFull gloss enamel (buildings)Exterior qualityFor interior useLatex paint, interior and exterior (buildings)Flat or low gloss finish for exterior useLow gloss finish for interior useWashable flat finish for interior useSemi gloss interior latex paint (Buildings)Gloss exterior latex paint (buildings)Long life protective systems for steelOrganic zinc rich coatingsRanch finish for exterior timberLightly pigmented solvent bourne finishHeavily pigmented latex finish – low glossInterior Gloss Latex Paint (Buildings)Semi Gloss Latex Paint, Exterior (Buildings)One pack pigmented solvent borne paving paintSemiglossCA 27GPC-E-15GPC-E-15/3GPC-E-15/4GPC-L-26GPC-L-26/3GPC-L-26/5GPC-L-26/6GPC-L-27GPC-L-28GPC-C-29GPC-C-29/16GPC-V-115GPC-V-115/1GPC-V-115/3GPC-L-164GPC-L-169GPC-P-200GPC-P-200/1GPC-P-200/2GPC-P-205GlossOne pack clear moisture cured polyurethane finishfor timber floorsThe Design of Freestanding Clay-Brick WallsBrick Beam Garden FencesSmall Pier and Panel Brick Fences (In TraditionalSize Bricks)CBPI TN 21ACBPI TN 21BCBPI TN 21C GSEducationalREVCADDRESS14 HEMMINGS STREETPENRITH NSWVersionDATE02/07/2013CLIENTMr & MRS EDUCATIONA16/07/2013ISSUED FOR DANSCALE1:200DRAWINGSITE PLANREVDATEDESCRIPTIONC02/10/2013ISSUED FOR CONSTRUCTIONB27/08/2013ISSUED FOR CC 6,0001,500BOUNDARY 40,000BOUNDARY 18,00014 HEMMINGS STREET 0.00 0.0500.1000.1500.2000.500BOUNDARY 40,000BOUNDARY 18,000VEHICLEACCESSPOWERPOLEWATERMAINLOT 14720m2LOT 12LOT 160.2500.3000.3500.4000.4503,200 GSEducationalREVFADDRESS14 HEMMINGS STREETPENRITH NSWVersionDATE30/07/2013CLIENTMr & MRS EDUCATIOND10/10/2013AMENDMENT – VEHICLE CROSSING ADDED @4.0m WIDENSCALE1:200, 1:50DRAWINGSITE PLAN, FENCE DETAILB27/08/2013ISSUED FOR CCREVDATEDESCRIPTIONE16/10/2013AMENDMENT – ADDITION OF FRONT BOUNDARY FENCEC02/10/2013ISSUED FOR CONSTRUCTIONF29/10/2013AMENDMENT – ADDITION OF POOL AND POOL FENCE 1,500BOUNDARY 40,000BOUNDARY 18,00014 HEMMINGS STREET 0.000.0500.WATERMAINFRONT BOUNDARY FENCE 1000.1500.2000.500BOUNDARY 40,000VEHICLE BOUNDARY 18,000ACCESS4m WIDEPOWERPOLELOT 14720m2LOT 12LOT 160.2500.3000.3500.4000.450 FUTUREPOOL POOL FENCE1,800600SANDSTONECAPPINGPOWDERCOATED STEEL [email protected] HIGHSELECTED BY CLIENT230mm THICK BRICK FENCETO MATCH HOUSEFOOTING TO ENG’S DETAILSFENCE DETAIL 1:503,200 6,000 Ground Floor PlanHand Levels Beds Baths Car Acc Author MasterDrawnANE 010705L Dbl 4 2 DScale1:100ALLAM HOMES Pty LimitedA.C.N. 003 798 883License No. 28701.C27 Lawson StPENRITH NSW 2750DesignMontague V2GalleryClientAllam Homes PTY LTD27 Lawson stPenrith NSW 2750The concepts and information contained in these drawings are the copyright of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd .Use or duplication in part or in full without written permission of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd constitutes aninfringement of copyrightDO NOT SCALE OFF ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGSRange 2010SPSPRSASD2122820 – PAS1516AS1509 AS1509720 – PLOH720 – P2,100h/1,200 SS820 – !820 – W0h/600 SS2,10720 – P 720 – PAS1516 AA1206 AS1516Obs620 – W 620 – WMDF12 AST1827Panel Lift OverAS1516MLF14RSteel Beam OverWEJSWMSTUBWEJPDPEJEJEJEJHWS(Gas)AC UnitDP DP DPDP600900900DP/EJ EJDPSteel Beam OverSHSSHSSteel Beam OverDPEJ EJ EJEJGeneral Notes:* Internal Door LegendE = EntranceP = PassageP = PrivacyW = WardrobeL = Lift Off Hinge* All external hung doors areto be fitted with weatherstrips.y yX X2,100 500 6001,100907004,080 12,830 1,6702404,080 3,300902401,320 3505 520 6,350350850 1 680 8503501,070 1,570 2,030 610 1,910 1,570 4,070240240 1,100 7,200 90 3,00011,8702403502 300 3,00018,580590 5,170 59090 2,6612409090910450 9090240 5,030 2,670 90240220 5,500 70 1,710 180 3,95011,870600 5,510 5,7601 910 1,570 2 030 2 170 3,590600240240 2,470 90 450 90910 90 1,660 1,500 500 90 1,550 90 1,9001,6702401,265 922 2,650 950350 212240470 4,810240350780 B/TKitchenL’dryB/top to return tofloor both ends.DWARF WALL900HIGHDWARF WALL900HIGHNote:For access point for water &power to island benchrefer to sub floor planUPCLbeamLinenFoyerPwdLdyLLivingFamilyHDouble GarageMealsKitStudyUBPD PDD DWS UWCT/RH2/ LINTELSREFER TO ENGINEERS DETAILSPatioSW ENJob NoX123548 2,100h/2,100 SS 2,100h/600 SSVOIDS 7.66BALCONY 10.61VERANDAH 10.61GARAGE 32.78FIRST 144.04GROUND 142.00AREASTOTAL 347.68600 1,060 901,8007,0704,080 4,589 90 910 90 1,090 90 5,500 2302401,080 4,080 12,830 1,6703,3001,200905109018,5804,080 1,790 1 570 1,790 1,450 6,2302401,4308,670 90 2,090 180 5,400 240 1,320 Dining First Floor PlanHand Levels Beds Baths Car Acc Author MasterDrawnANE 010705L Dbl 4 2 DScale1:100ALLAM HOMES Pty LimitedA.C.N. 003 798 883License No. 28701.C27 Lawson StPENRITH NSW 2750DesignMontague V2GalleryClientAllam Homes PTY LTD27 Lawson stPenrith NSW 2750The concepts and information contained in these drawings are the copyright of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd .Use or duplication in part or in full without written permission of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd constitutes aninfringement of copyrightDO NOT SCALE OFF ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGSRange 2010820 – P820 – P720 – P P2,100h/1,200 SSAS1216820 – P820 – W2 X 620mm2 X 620mmAS1218AF3012AS1016ObsAS1218AS1427AAT1806 AST1809ObsAST1809AST1812ASD2127820 – P 520 – P2 X 620mm2 X 720mm1675120012001200W15009201200EJRWHWDP DP DPSDP/EJ DPEJ DPEJEJEJ EJ EJEJ1,740 1,5403,610 6,350230 1,330240950 1,810 2,390 1,570 4,500 1,020 590 24011,220 1,610 1,6701,126702,7507070 2 660240 300710 3,840 1,570 3,110 1,810 83024070 900 1,50011,8702403,340 70 3,260 70 4,000 24014,50073507070 2,50070 1,520701,44070300 7070300240 3,540 70 3,400 70 5,270 240 1,440 23012,830 1,6704,6706102 610 850 2,410 850 830 1,6702403,340 70 1,200 70 1,990 70 4,000 90 1,520 2407030070240 1 55070 300 701,550701,00070 45070 1,810 70240270 1,710 70 4,060702,023240240 3,030 70 4,160 70 1,590 70 2,400240 7,260 70 4,060 240240 3,030 70 4,160 70 2,490 70 1,500 240783 1,43525070 1 750 70240240820 Door toopen firstLinen1050 high dwarf wallRoof belowGrade50mm HOBBox gutter2/AF 031265 dia pvc pipeVoidBalconyBed 4EnsBed 2HBed 1Robe RobeBed 3RobeBathLGalleryRumpusVoidSpecialSW ENJob NoX123548 720 – P 600 2 650 9504701,210120540 3502,7107101,2103503505,520 2,150 4,20011,8700230 5,890 2303,49070550703,23070550703,291WIR TB Elevation BCHand Levels Beds Baths Car Acc Author MasterDrawnANE 010705L Dbl 4 2 DAmended 1/4/14Scale1:100ALLAM HOMES Pty LimitedA.C.N. 003 798 883License No. 28701.C27 Lawson StPENRITH NSW 2750DesignMontague V2GalleryClientAllam Homes PTY LTD27 Lawson stPenrith NSW 2750The concepts and information contained in these drawings are the copyright of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd .Use or duplication in part or in full without written permission of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd constitutes aninfringement of copyrightDO NOT SCALE OFF ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGSRange 2010Job NoX123548General Notes:External Selections and FinishesInfill—WallsSecondary BrickworkFeature BrickworkPrimary BrickworkInfill Trim—–Barge—Rainwater GoodsDownpipe –GutterSoakerFascia—Hip/RidgeTile/MetalRoof–GarageEntrance–WindowsDoors Column/PostTimberConcreteF.R.C.—JoineryFrame –Sill/Soldier Brickwork* Locate expansion joints to C.L. of downpipes* All verges 200mm unless otherwise noted* Provide brick threshold and cover strip to head of slidingaluminium doors.* Provide cover strip to entry doorsGarage (-0.075 RL) 75Ground Floor (0.000 RL)2450Ceiling (2.450 RL)275First Floor (2.725 RL)2450Ceiling (5.175 RL)2351Ridge (7.526 RL)555600977350343310 85Handrail to be min. 1050mm abovefinished floor of balconyGarage door opening @25 c/s(max 2160)Concrete roof tilesAlum. sliding windowsProvide spitter to gutterProvide spitter to gutter‘T’ bar one course above windowLouvres to balconyRainwater headSelected Face Brick.F FGarage (-0.075 RL) 75Ground Floor (0.000 RL)Ceiling (2.450 RL)First Floor (2.725 RL)Ceiling (5.175 RL)Ridge (7.600 RL)South Elevation (B)T Bar @2229mm above finishedfloor of verandah with 230mmbrickwork above.Rainwater HeadWest Elevation (C) – ––FinialFriezeVent–2,229 1 235face brick245027524502425 TB Elevation ADHand Levels Beds Baths Car Acc Author MasterDrawnANE 010705L Dbl 4 2 DAmended 1/4/14Scale1:100ALLAM HOMES Pty LimitedA.C.N. 003 798 883License No. 28701.C27 Lawson StPENRITH NSW 2750DesignMontague V2GalleryClientAllam Homes PTY LTD27 Lawson stPenrith NSW 2750The concepts and information contained in these drawings are the copyright of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd .Use or duplication in part or in full without written permission of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd constitutes aninfringement of copyrightDO NOT SCALE OFF ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGSRange 2010Job NoX123548General Notes:External Selections and FinishesInfill—WallsSecondary BrickworkFeature BrickworkPrimary BrickworkInfill Trim—–Barge—Rainwater GoodsDownpipe –GutterSoakerFascia—Hip/RidgeTile/MetalRoof–GarageEntrance–WindowsDoors Column/PostTimberConcreteF.R.C.—JoineryFrame –Sill/Soldier Brickwork* Locate expansion joints to C.L. of downpipes* All verges 200mm unless otherwise noted* Provide brick threshold and cover strip to head of slidingaluminium doors.* Provide cover strip to entry doorsGarage (-0.075 RL) 75Ground Floor (0.000 RL)Ceiling (2.450 RL)First Floor (2.725 RL)Ceiling (5.175 RL)Ridge (7.493 RL)Alum. sliding windowsSelected Face BrickSelected Sheeting75 x 25 dar Timber Batten @ 1200 ctrsGarage (-0.075 RL) 75Ground Floor (0.000 RL)Ceiling (2.450 RL)First Floor (2.725 RL)Ceiling (5.175 RL)Ridge (7.493 RL)North Elevation (D)T Bar @2229mm above finishedfloor of verandah with 230mmbrickwork above.East Elevation (A) – ––FinialFriezeVent–245027524502318245027524502318 TB Section XALLAM HOMES Pty LimitedA.C.N. 003 798 883License No. 28701.C27 Lawson StPENRITH NSW 2750 Hand Levels Beds Baths Car Acc Author MasterDesignDrawnANE 010705Montague V2GalleryL Dbl 4 2 DScale1:100ClientThe concepts and information contained in these drawings are the copyright of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd .Use or duplication in part or in full without written permission of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd constitutes aninfringement of copyrightDO NOT SCALE OFF ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGSAllam Homes PTY LTD27 Lawson stPenrith NSW 2750Range 2010Garage (-0.075 RL) 75Ground Floor (0.000 RL)Ceiling (2.450 RL)First Floor (2.725 RL)Ceiling (5.175 RL)Ridge (7.272 RL)Section (X)* Locate expansion joints to C.L. of downpipes* All verges 200mm unless otherwise noted* Provide brick threshold and cover strip to head of slidingaluminium doors.* Provide cover strip to entry doors* Frame and trusses to manufactures specification.* All concrete to engineers specificationGeneral Notes:1675 step dn450Provide reinforced concrete slabas per engineer’s detailsProvide water proof membraneto underside of slabProvide roof trusses as per framemanufacturers specificationSelcted concrete roof tilesRoof Pitch to be 20 degrees240mm Brick veneer wallsto both GFL and FFLRebateRumpusDouble GarageFoyerNOTE: Provide R2.5 insulation to the ceilingsover the first floor and any living areas beyondthe perimeter of the first floor and R1.5 insulationto the external cavity walls and also internal garage wallsSection (Y)Solid dwarf wall 1050 highJob NoX123548 2450275245020972,2290 2,450 265 2,4655501,0005,0801 235FFLFCLFCLFFLDrop Off140 JOISTS TO BALCONYPorch SoffitBed 1 BrickwallLiving RUMPUSBALCONYGARAGE Electrical GroundHand Levels Beds Baths Car Acc Author MasterDrawnANE 010705L Dbl 4 2 DScale1:100ALLAM HOMES Pty LimitedA.C.N. 003 798 883License No. 28701.C27 Lawson StPENRITH NSW 2750DesignMontague V2GalleryClientAllam Homes PTY LTD27 Lawson stPenrith NSW 2750The concepts and information contained in these drawings are the copyright of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd .Use or duplication in part or in full without written permission of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd constitutes aninfringement of copyrightDO NOT SCALE OFF ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGSRange 2010RS16002450Steel Beam OverWSWMSTUBG.PWPG.PAC CompHWSInternal Wall @ 1900 SExternal CensorDenotes two way control2WExternal Wall @ 1900Exhaust Fan/LightLight/Heat/Fan4 GlobeLight/Heat/FanExhaust FanAir-conditioner CompresserHot Water SystemMeter BoxCircular Fluorescent Light SwitchFluorescent @ 600LFluorescent @ 900LFluorescent @ 1200LCeiling Incandescent Single GPODouble GPOQuad GPOSingle Ext GPODouble Ext GPOPhone Point @ 300LPhone Wall Point @ 1600LPhone/Data Point @ 300LComputer Point @ 300T.V. Point @ 300FLDenotes dimmer controlDSmoke DetectorGas Point (Bayonet)G.PDownlight HalogenDownlight IncandescentCeiling Compact FluroAir Conditioning:Provide air conditioning system (16.4kw,2 zone, reverse cycle) throughout livingareas of dwelling (including outlets, boxingof duct drops and provision of 3 phasepower.Provide gas appliances throughout;Gas cooktop.One internal heating point.Gas Hot Water System.One external heating point.(Excluding oven)Gas Appliances:General Notes:1. All heights measured from the mainfloor level unless otherwise noted.2. Light switches @ 1300mm above FFLwall mounted.3. Top of Meter box to be 1900mmmaximum above ground level.4. GPO’s are to positioned to nearest studunless otherwise dimensioned.5. Provide automatic fire detection systemin accordance with BCA clause 1.76. Prewire for future alarm and videointercom/security camera including2 SGPO’s (to be located by electricianon site).7. Double GPO to meter box.HWS(Gas)AC Unit600900900900Steel Beam OverSHSSHSSteel Beam OverGPO @ 800MMDWARF WALL900HIGH2 wayDWARF WALL900HIGHALL light points to have compact flurosUPUBPD PDD700DWS700UWCT/RHJob NoX123548 Height1100GPO Height Table16001900700External GPO130012001200GPODWRoom LocationKitchenItemREFRHMWLaundry GPOBath/Ens/Pow GPOGarage GPORoller DoorPanel Door2000CeilingOther 10001600Note :All general room GPO’s are to measure300mm above main floor level unlessotherwise noted. Electrical FirstHand Levels Beds Baths Car Acc Author MasterDrawnANE 010705L Dbl 4 2 DScale1:100ALLAM HOMES Pty LimitedA.C.N. 003 798 883License No. 28701.C27 Lawson StPENRITH NSW 2750DesignMontague V2GalleryClientAllam Homes PTY LTD27 Lawson stPenrith NSW 2750The concepts and information contained in these drawings are the copyright of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd .Use or duplication in part or in full without written permission of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd constitutes aninfringement of copyrightDO NOT SCALE OFF ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGSRange 201016751200900W15009201200900AC CompHWSInternal Wall @ 1900 SExternal CensorDenotes two way control2WExternal Wall @ 1900Exhaust Fan/LightLight/Heat/Fan4 GlobeLight/Heat/FanExhaust FanAir-conditioner CompresserHot Water SystemMeter BoxCircular Fluorescent Light SwitchFluorescent @ 600LFluorescent @ 900LFluorescent @ 1200LCeiling Incandescent Single GPODouble GPOQuad GPOSingle Ext GPODouble Ext GPOPhone Point @ 300LPhone Wall Point @ 1600LPhone/Data Point @ 300LComputer Point @ 300T.V. Point @ 300FLDenotes dimmer controlDSmoke DetectorGas Point (Bayonet)G.PDownlight HalogenDownlight IncandescentCeiling Compact FluroAir Conditioning:Provide air conditioning system (16.4kw,2 zone, reverse cycle) throughout livingareas of dwelling (including outlets, boxingof duct drops and provision of 3 phasepower.Provide gas appliances throughout;Gas cooktop.One internal heating point.Gas Hot Water System.One external heating point.(Excluding oven)Gas Appliances:General Notes:1. All heights measured from the mainfloor level unless otherwise noted.2. Light switches @ 1300mm above FFLwall mounted.3. Top of Meter box to be 1900mmmaximum above ground level.4. GPO’s are to positioned to nearest studunless otherwise dimensioned.5. Provide automatic fire detection systemin accordance with BCA clause 1.76. Prewire for future alarm and videointercom/security camera including2 SGPO’s (to be located by electricianon site).7. Double GPO to meter box.RWH3WayWSALL light points to have compact flurosJob NoX123548 12001200Height1100GPO Height Table16001900700External GPO130012001200GPODWRoom LocationKitchenItemREFRHMWLaundry GPOBath/Ens/Pow GPOGarage GPORoller DoorPanel Door2000CeilingOther 10001600Note :All general room GPO’s are to measure300mm above main floor level unlessotherwise noted. Sub Floor GroundHand Levels Beds Baths Car Acc Author MasterDrawnANE 010705L Dbl 4 2 DScale1:100ALLAM HOMES Pty LimitedA.C.N. 003 798 883License No. 28701.C27 Lawson StPENRITH NSW 2750DesignMontague V2GalleryClientAllam Homes PTY LTD27 Lawson stPenrith NSW 2750The concepts and information contained in these drawings are the copyright of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd .Use or duplication in part or in full without written permission of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd constitutes aninfringement of copyrightDO NOT SCALE OFF ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGSRange 2010Job NoX123548SW EN3,915 4,980NOTE:DIMENSIONS FROM EXTERNALBRICKWORK SPSPFWTUBWCFWDPDPDPDPDPVTYSHRDPDPDP9,96010,930522 1,8102,5792,960 3 6764,8475,1304402,040 1,1805256 0596,4888,604Access point / conduit for water & powerto island bench use 100mm sewer pipeSP Denotes slab penetration Sub Floor FirstHand Levels Beds Baths Car Acc Author MasterDrawnANE 010705L Dbl 4 2 DScale1:100ALLAM HOMES Pty LimitedA.C.N. 003 798 883License No. 28701.C27 Lawson StPENRITH NSW 2750DesignMontague V2GalleryClientAllam Homes PTY LTD27 Lawson stPenrith NSW 2750The concepts and information contained in these drawings are the copyright of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd .Use or duplication in part or in full without written permission of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd constitutes aninfringement of copyrightDO NOT SCALE OFF ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGSRange 2010Job NoX123548SW EN4,050 5,8086,270NOTE:DIMENSIONS FROM EXTERNALBRICKWORK WCWCBTHSHRVTYFWSHRVTYSTKFW3,935 5,5055,8156,7103801,0371,6364,135624 2,355 7498952,129 3,130 Blackline GroundHand Levels Beds Baths Car Acc Author MasterDrawnANE 010705L Dbl 4 2 DScale1:100ALLAM HOMES Pty LimitedA.C.N. 003 798 883License No. 28701.C27 Lawson StPENRITH NSW 2750DesignMontague V2GalleryClientAllam Homes PTY LTD27 Lawson stPenrith NSW 2750The concepts and information contained in these drawings are the copyright of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd .Use or duplication in part or in full without written permission of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd constitutes aninfringement of copyrightDO NOT SCALE OFF ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGSRange 2010RSWSWMSTUBWPStudy3,300 x 3,000Laundry2,090 x 2,560600900900Living4,070 x 3,950Dining3,000 x 3,950PwdSteel Beam OverSteel Beam OverFamily5,030 x 5,885Kitchen5,760 x 2,785Meals5,190 x 3,685FoyerDouble Garage5,500 x 5,50018,58011,870DWARF WALL900HIGHDWARF WALL900HIGHUPUBPD PDD DWS UWCT/RHJob NoX123548 Blackline FirstHand Levels Beds Baths Car Acc Author MasterDrawnANE 010705L Dbl 4 2 DScale1:100ALLAM HOMES Pty LimitedA.C.N. 003 798 883License No. 28701.C27 Lawson StPENRITH NSW 2750DesignMontague V2GalleryClientAllam Homes PTY LTD27 Lawson stPenrith NSW 2750The concepts and information contained in these drawings are the copyright of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd .Use or duplication in part or in full without written permission of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd constitutes aninfringement of copyrightDO NOT SCALE OFF ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGSRange 20101675Bed15,270 x 4,0601200WBed43,340 x 3,2901500920Ensuite3,400 x 2,400Bed23,540 x 3,490WIR1,800 x 2,0401200Balcony5,520 x 1,610Rumpus7,260 x 4,000Bath3,260 x 3,290Bed33,540 x 4,160RWHWSVOIDROBE ROBEVOIDLINENJob NoX123548 12001200ROBE TB Powder DetailsHand Levels Beds Baths Car Acc Author MasterDrawnANE 010705L Dbl 4 2 DScale1:100ALLAM HOMES Pty LimitedA.C.N. 003 798 883License No. 28701.C27 Lawson StPENRITH NSW 2750Job NoX123548Range 2010DesignMontague V2GalleryClientAllam Homes PTY LTD27 Lawson stPenrith NSW 2750The concepts and information contained in these drawings are the copyright of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd .Use or duplication in part or in full without written permission of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd constitutes aninfringement of copyrightDO NOT SCALE OFF ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGSH950Shower Tap (Cold)Shower Tap (Hot)1150Shower Rose17001200Towel Rail/RingWC isolating tap150Toilet Roll Holder700Wet Area Height TableNote :All skirting tile to be one tile high unlessotherwise noted.ItemHeightLaundry Taps (Tub)1050Bath Taps1700Laundry Taps (Washing Mach.)14352450mm1800mm1050mm W600900900900LPwd ALLAM HOMES Pty LimitedA.C.N. 003 798 883License No. 28701.C27 Lawson StPENRITH NSW 2750TB Laundry DetailsHand Levels Beds Baths Car Acc Author MasterDrawnANE 010705L Dbl 4 2 DScale1:100DesignMontague V2GalleryClientAllam Homes PTY LTD27 Lawson stPenrith NSW 2750The concepts and information contained in these drawings are the copyright of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd .Use or duplication in part or in full without written permission of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd constitutes aninfringement of copyrightDO NOT SCALE OFF ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGSRange 2010Job NoX1235482450mmRS1600WMSTUBWB AOH90 (845)AEJ909090LdyLAB AB70 PDPA BB40B AOH120 (1,124)A0 950Shower Tap (Hot)Shower Rose 17001200WC isolating tap 150Toilet Roll Holder1150Wet Area Height TableNote :All skirting tile to be one tile high unlessotherwise noted.Shower Tap (Cold)Item Height700Laundry Taps (Tub)Bath TapsLaundry Taps (Washing Mach.)1700105014351800mm1050mmTowel Rail/Ring90450 TB Ensuite DetailsHand Levels Beds Baths Car Acc Author MasterDrawnANE 010705L Dbl 4 2 DScale1:100ALLAM HOMES Pty LimitedA.C.N. 003 798 883License No. 28701.C27 Lawson StPENRITH NSW 2750DesignMontague V2GalleryClientAllam Homes PTY LTD27 Lawson stPenrith NSW 2750The concepts and information contained in these drawings are the copyright of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd .Use or duplication in part or in full without written permission of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd constitutes aninfringement of copyrightDO NOT SCALE OFF ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGSRange 2010Job NoX1235482450mm50Ens 950Shower Tap (Hot)Shower Rose 17001200WC isolating tap 150Toilet Roll Holder1150Wet Area Height TableNote :All skirting tile to be one tile high unlessotherwise noted.Shower Tap (Cold)Item Height700Laundry Taps (Tub)Bath TapsLaundry Taps (Washing Mach.)1700105014351800mm1050mmTowel Rail/Ringor Citizen_HC1)W15009201200900WIR TB Bath DetailsHand Levels Beds Baths Car Acc Author MasterDrawnANE 010705L Dbl 4 2 DScale1:100ALLAM HOMES Pty LimitedA.C.N. 003 798 883License No. 28701.C27 Lawson StPENRITH NSW 2750DesignMontague V2GalleryClientAllam Homes PTY LTD27 Lawson stPenrith NSW 2750The concepts and information contained in these drawings are the copyright of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd .Use or duplication in part or in full without written permission of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd constitutes aninfringement of copyrightDO NOT SCALE OFF ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGSRange 2010Job NoX1235482450mm1800mm1050mm1675120012001200900WEJ7050mm HOBBath 950Shower Tap (Hot)Shower Rose 17001200WC isolating tap 150Toilet Roll Holder1150Wet Area Height TableNote :All skirting tile to be one tile high unlessotherwise noted.Shower Tap (Cold)Item Height700Laundry Taps (Tub)Bath TapsLaundry Taps (Washing Mach.)170010501435Towel Rail/Ring TB Kitchen DetailsHand Levels Beds Baths Car Acc Author MasterDrawnANE 010705L Dbl 4 2 DScale1:100SPKitPDPD700S0NOTE:Provide mitre cut toceasarstone benchtop &return to floorALLAM HOMES Pty LimitedA.C.N. 003 798 883License No. 28701.C27 Lawson StPENRITH NSW 2750Job NoX123548Range 2010DesignMontague V2GalleryClientAllam Homes PTY LTD27 Lawson stPenrith NSW 2750The concepts and information contained in these drawings are the copyright of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd .Use or duplication in part or in full without written permission of ALLAM HOMES Pty Ltd constitutes aninfringement of copyrightDO NOT SCALE OFF ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS SPRS1600WB AOH90 (845)B AP90B AA B090 2,661780 B/TB/top to return tofloor both ends.ULLStB AB60 UBUBB AB70 PDA BB70 (700) PDA BB40B AB40B AOH120 (1,124)B AOH120 (1,124)B AB40 DDB AB45 (450)B AB120 (950)DWB AB45A BB60 UW70UWB AOR601600Elec CT GSEducationalREVCADDRESS14 HEMMINGS STREETPENRITH NSWVersion02/07/2013Mr & MRS EDUCATIONA16/07/2013ISSUED FOR DANSCALE1:200DRAWINGSITE PLANREVDATEDESCRIPTIONC02/10/2013ISSUED FOR CONSTRUCTIONB27/08/2013ISSUED FOR CC DATECLIENT6,0001,500BOUNDARY 40,000BOUNDARY 18,00014 HEMMINGS STREET0.000.0500.1000.1500.2000.500BOUNDARY 40,000BOUNDARY 18,000VEHICLEACCESSPOWERPOLEWATERMAINLOT 14720m2LOT 12LOT 160.2500.3000.3500.4000.450 GSEducationalREVFADDRESS14 HEMMINGS STREETPENRITH NSWVersion30/07/2013Mr & MRS EDUCATIOND10/10/2013AMENDMENT – VEHICLE CROSSING ADDED @4.0m WIDENSCALE1:200, 1:50DRAWINGSITE PLAN, FENCE DETAILB27/08/2013ISSUED FOR CCREVDATEDESCRIPTIONE16/10/2013AMENDMENT – ADDITION OF FRONT BOUNDARY FENCEC02/10/2013ISSUED FOR CONSTRUCTIONF29/10/2013AMENDMENT – ADDITION OF POOL AND POOL FENCE DATECLIENT6,0001,500BOUNDARY 40,000BOUNDARY 18,00014 HEMMINGS STREET 0.000.0500.WATERMAINFRONT BOUNDARY FENCE 1000.1500.2000.500BOUNDARY 40,000 VEHICLEBOUNDARY 18,000ACCESS @4.0m WIDEPOWERPOLELOT 14720m2LOT 12LOT 160.2500.3000.3500.4000.450 FUTUREPOOL POOL FENCE1,800600SANDSTONECAPPINGPOWDERCOATED STEEL [email protected] HIGHSELECTED BY CLIENT230mm THICK BRICK FENCETO MATCH HOUSEFOOTING TO ENG’S DETAILSFENCE DETAIL 1:50 DATE13/11/2013CLIENTMr & MRS EDUCATIONREVBADDRESS14 HEMMINGS STREETPENRITH NSWSCALEDRAWINGSLAB LAYOUT/ DETAILS 11,870600 5,5104,080 12,830 4506,300 450 5,180 450 900 1,200 6,3501,6703502405,170350450350 EB 1 (typ)IB 1 (typ)SET DOWN PAD 1PAD 1SLAB ON GROUNDPATIO SLABNOTE;* CONCRETE N25*MIN CONCRETE COVER 50mm – U.N.O*PROVISIONAL DEPTH OF PIERS 2.5m*SAND BLINDING LAYER 25mm THICK*COMPACTED HARDCORE LAYER100mm THICK350420172450 100 100100450350SL 72SL 72SL12 TMSL72 min 25mm Cover (TYP)Ø12 ‘Z’ BARSAT Max 750 ctsSL12 TMØ 300 PIERS TO SOUND BEARINGCOMPACTED (At max 1800 cts)HARDCORE FILLSL 72N12 AT 100cts BOTH WAYSTOP AND BOTTOMSL12 TMGARAGE75 mm STEP DOWNLAUNDRYSECTION AINTERNAL BEAM 1 EDGE BEAM 1SECTION BSECTION C DATE13/11/2013CLIENTMr & MRS EDUCATIONREVAADDRESS14 HEMMINGS STREETPENRITH NSWSCALE1:50DRAWINGSTRUCTURAL STEEL SHSSHSB1B5B2B3B4B6L1L2B1: 250UB, 25.7B2: 310UB, 32B3:B4:B6:B5: T BAR 200x200x100L1:L2:SHS: 89x89x6mm (14.6kg/m)150UB 14150x100x6mm} }

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