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0171 General Requirements

0171 General Requirements Specification 1 September 2017, Version 0171 General Requirements 0171 General Requirements .. 4. 0184 Termite Management .. 17. 0201 19. 0221 Site Preparation .. 22. 0222 Earthwork .. 24. 0223 Service Trenching .. 28. 0241 Landscape walling and edging .. 30. 0242 Landscape fences and barriers .. 34. 0251 Landscape 38. 0252 Landscape soft surfaces .. 44. 0253 Landscape planting .. 47. 0256 Landscape 52. 0271 Pavement base and subbase .. 57. 0274 Concrete pavement .. 65. 0275 Paving mortar and adhesive bed .. 78. 0276 Segmental pavers sand bed .. 85. 0310 Concrete .. 91. 0331 Masonry Construction .. 98. 0342 Light Steel 0344 Steel Hot-Dip Galvanized Coatings ..111. 0382 Light Timber Framing.

- Mechanical services (including air-conditioning) and installation. - Hydraulic services and installation. - Electrical services (including lighting) and installation. - Structural support systems and installation. 1.3 INTERPRETATION For the purposes of this specification the following abbreviations apply: - AS: Australian Standard.

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1 0171 General Requirements Specification 1 September 2017, Version 0171 General Requirements 0171 General Requirements .. 4. 0184 Termite Management .. 17. 0201 19. 0221 Site Preparation .. 22. 0222 Earthwork .. 24. 0223 Service Trenching .. 28. 0241 Landscape walling and edging .. 30. 0242 Landscape fences and barriers .. 34. 0251 Landscape 38. 0252 Landscape soft surfaces .. 44. 0253 Landscape planting .. 47. 0256 Landscape 52. 0271 Pavement base and subbase .. 57. 0274 Concrete pavement .. 65. 0275 Paving mortar and adhesive bed .. 78. 0276 Segmental pavers sand bed .. 85. 0310 Concrete .. 91. 0331 Masonry Construction .. 98. 0342 Light Steel 0344 Steel Hot-Dip Galvanized Coatings ..111. 0382 Light Timber Framing.

2 114. 0383 Structural Sheet Flooring ..119. 0411 Waterproofing ..121. 0421 Roofing ..126. 0431 Cladding ..132. 0451 Windows and Glazed Doors ..136. 0453 0454 Overhead Doors ..145. 0455 0461 0471 Insulation and Pliable Specification 2 September 2017, Version 0171 General Requirements 0511 Linings ..155. 0531 Ceilings ..159. 0551 Joinery ..162. 0552 Metalwork ..169. 0574 Window Coverings ..172. 0611 Rendering ..174. 0612 Cementitious Toppings ..178. 0631 Tiling ..182. 0652 Carpets ..186. 0671 Painting ..189. 0673 Powder Coatings ..195. Appendix ..196. Specification 3 September 2017, Version 0171 General Requirements 0171 General Requirements . 1 General . standards . Use referenced Australian or other standards (including amendments), and the BCA, including state and territory variations, as in force at the time of the application for the construction certificate, except where other editions or amendments are required by statutory authorities or regulations.

3 Any local authority Requirements take precedence. RESPONSIBILITIES. This specification is to be read with the Principal's Contract and the documents listed in within the contract. Design by the Contractor: If the Contractor provides design, use only appropriately qualified persons and conform to all statutory Requirements . If it is believed that a conflict exists between statutory Requirements and the documents, notify the Superintendent immediately and provide a recommendation to resolve the conflict. Certification and compliance: The Contractor is responsible for obtaining all relevant certification where requested in individual worksections or the ITCPs. The Contractor is required to comply with all statutory Requirements in the relevant state or territory to deliver the project complete, fit for purpose, and fully compliant.

4 Items to be designed by the contractor include the following;. - Mechanical services (including air- conditioning ) and installation. - Hydraulic services and installation. - Electrical services (including lighting) and installation. - Structural support systems and installation. INTERPRETATION. For the purposes of this specification the following abbreviations apply: - AS: Australian Standard. - BCA: National Construction Code Series Volume Two: Building Code of Australia Class 1 and Class 10 Buildings. - NATA: National Association of Testing Authorities. - NCC: National Construction Code. - NZS: New Zealand Standard. - PCA: National Construction Code Series Volume 3: Plumbing Code of Australia. - SDS: Safety data sheets.

5 - VOC: Volatile Organic Compound. - WHS: Work Health and Safety. For the purposes of this document the definitions given below apply: - Owner: Has the same meaning as client, principal or proprietor and is the party to whom the Contractor is legally bound to construct the works. Specification 4 September 2017, Version 0171 General Requirements - Contract administrator: Has the same meaning Superintendent and is the person appointed by the Owner or Principal under the contract. - Contractor: Means the same as builder. - Contract Documents: Drawings and other documents provided by the Principal, or the contractor provided drawings and other documents issued as part of the tender process. - Principal: Principal has the same meaning as owner, client and proprietor and is the party to whom the contractor is legally bound to construct the works.

6 - Professional engineer: As defined by the BCA. - Proprietary: A product, system or process identifiable by naming manufacturer, supplier, installer, trade name, brand name, catalogue or reference number. - Provide: Provide and similar expressions, mean supply and install and include development of the design beyond that documented. - Registered testing authority: . An organisation registered by the National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA) to test in the relevant field; or . An organisation outside of Australia registered by an authority recognised by NATA through a mutual recognition agreement; or . An organisation recognised as being a Registered Testing Authority under legislation at the time the test was undertaken.

7 - Required: Means required by the contract documents, the local council or statutory authorities. - Sample: A physical example that illustrates workmanship, materials or equipment, and establishes standards by which the work will be judged. It includes samples, prototypes and sample panels. - Statutory Authority: A public sector entity created by legislation, that is, a specific law of the Commonwealth, State or Territory. - Supply: Supply, furnish and similar expressions mean supply only. - Tests completion: Tests carried out on completed installations or systems and fully resolved before the date for practical completion, to demonstrate that the installation or system, including components, controls and equipment, operates correctly, safely and efficiently, and meets performance and other Requirements .

8 The Superintendent may direct that completion tests be carried out after the date for practical completion. PRECEDENCE. Requirements for precedence of worksections and referenced documents is in accordance with the Principal/ Contractor Contract. INSPECTION. Conduct all testing and inspections as detailed in the relevant Inspection Test and Conformity Plan (ITCP). If notice of inspection is required in respect of parts of the works that are to be concealed, advise when the inspection can be made before concealment. Minimum notice for inspections to be made: 48 hours. Light level Requirements : To AS/NZS Provide attendance for documented inspections and tests. SUBMISSIONS. Submit to the Superintendent. Make submissions at least 10 working days before ordering products for, or starting installation of, the respective portion of the works.

9 Allow in the construction program for at least the following times for response to submissions: Specification 5 September 2017, Version 0171 General Requirements - Shop drawings: 10 working days. - Samples and prototypes: 10 working days. - Manufacturers' or suppliers' recommendations: 10 working days. - Product data: 10 working days. - Product/design substitution or modification: 10 working days. If major products are not specified as proprietary items, submit a schedule of those proposed for use within 3 weeks of site possession. If a submission contains errors, make a new or amended submission as appropriate, indicating changes made since the previous submission. Submissions - electronic copies: - File format: pdf.

10 - Transmission medium: email. Identify the project, contractor, subcontractor or supplier, manufacturer, applicable product, model number and options, as appropriate and include relevant contract document references. Include service connection Requirements and product certification. Submit documents showing approval by the authorities whose Requirements apply to the work. Submit copies of correspondence and notes of meetings with authorities whose Requirements apply to the work. MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS. Wherever possible, source products, materials, components and equipment from Australian manufacturers/ suppliers which are locally produced, manufactured and fabricated in Australia. Where products, materials, components and equipment are sourced from outside Australia, provide datasheets that show details of performance and testing to internationally recognised standards (ISO, BS, EN, ASTM, etc), for acceptance by the Superintendent, prior to use.


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