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300885 Building Regulation Studies – Spring 2019

Assignment 2 – Building Regulations Report 2019 (35 marks)

· This is a group assignment (Same group as Assignment 1 (3 people per group)). 

· You must paraphrasethe relevant section/s and the relevant clause/s from the NCC 2019 

· Detailed submission instructions are provided at the end of this assignment outline. 

· Due: Thursday, 17 October 2019 at Midnight via Turnitin as a doc.x file (MS Word)

ASSIGNMENT BRIEF:

Your group is playing the role of a Building Consulting Company and your task is to ensure that the proposed project, 900 Pacific Hwy & Fitzsimons Lane, Gordon 2072, meets the deemed to satisfy provisions of the NCC 2019 and any relevant Australian Standards or similar. 

You are required to prepare a Formal Report (2000-3000 words as a guide) advising the client (Ponzi Developments) if the proposed project meets compliance with the specific questions provided below. 

Your group will need to form a fictional building consulting company and provide a short introduction on the company objectives and goals. In addition, please list each employee (student), their position within the company, experience and qualification/s and employee number (student number).You will also need to appoint a group member as the managing director (group leader) who is responsible for overseeing, finalising and formatting the report. 

REFERENCING:

You will need to provide all references from the NCC 2019 in the following format: 

· Volume, Section, Part, Subsection, Clause, Sub-clause

· Example: Volume 1, Section A, Part A, Subsection A0.3, Clause (a) Sub-clause (i) or (a)  

· Harvard referencing for all other references 

PROJECT DETAILS:

Client:                        Ponzi Developments

Project Location:     900 Pacific Hwy & Fitzsimons Lane, Gordon 2072

Local Council:          Ku-ring-gai Council

34.79 m

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PONZI DEVELOPMENTS

34.79 m

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EXISTING BASEMENT PARKING

CONVERT MIRROR

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15m OFFSET FROM OPPOSITE TITLE BOUNDARY

15m OFFSET LINE ALINE WITH AJACENT NEIGHBOURING

15m OFFSET LINE ALINE WITH AJACENT NEIGHBOURING

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PONZI DEVELOPMENTS

23.52 m

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LETTER BOX

800-1000mm ADJUSTABLE BENCH

COMPLY WITH AS4299

ADJOINING PLANTER BOX NEXT DOOR

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PONZI DEVELOPMENTS

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15m OFFSET FROM OPPOSITE TITLE BOUNDARY

15m OFFSET LINE ALINE WITH AJACENT NEIGHBOURING

15m OFFSET LINE ALINE WITH AJACENT NEIGHBOURING

BASEMENT 03

COMBILIFT 543-2,6

PREMIUM TYPE

BOTTOM SLAB SLOPE 2% FOR DRAINAGE SLOPE 2%

SLOPE 2% SLOPE 2%

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PONZI DEVELOPMENTS

  • Drawing SW02 Rev. A Stormwater Management Plan (Basement 2).pdf (p.1)
  • Drawing SW03 Rev. A Stormwater Management Plan (Basement 1).pdf (p.2)
  • Drawing SW04 Rev. A Stormwater Management Plan (Ground Floor).pdf (p.3)
  • Drawing SW01 Stormwater Management Plan (Basement 3).pdf (p.4)

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CONSULTANTS

INFORMATION

25.03 m

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22.00 m

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2

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SECURITY GATE

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Brick garden edging – refer detail

Retaining wall – refer detail

Stepping stones with pebbles in gaps

– refer detail

Turf area – refer detail

Safety fence over balcony to BCA

standards to manufacturer's details

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& FIBRO WORKSHOP

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SEPARATE WALLS SEPARATE WALLS

TWO STOREY BRICK BUILDING

(SEE ELEVATION DIAGRAM FOR WINDOW INFORMATION)

C O

N C R ETE

BASEMENT 2

LANDSCAPE PLAN NOTES

This plan should be read in conjunction with the

architectural and hydraulics plans. Work specific to

these plans should be prepared in accordance to these

plans, including specification and details prior to the

installation of landscaping, and should not be altered or

compromised during landscape construction. Retaining

wall details to engineers design.

Elements such as drainage swales may be incorporated

in garden bed areas (using non-floatable mulch) without

compromising the capacity or form.

This plan has been prepared for DA approval only,

not for construction.

"Plant Selector" web site one-drip rated native plants

(acceptable for Basix planting).

The Design & location of new letter boxes shall be in

accordance with Australia Post's "Requirements for

Delivery of Mail to Residential Premises" published Feb

'97. All noxious weeds listed in Councils weed lists &

located on the site shall be continually removed &

suppressed. Reinstate all boundary fencing in poor

condition with Council approved 1.8m fencing to rear of

building line, rake to 1m forward of BL. Pollution,

sediment & erosion control devices as specified shall be

in place, and maintained for the duration of the

construction period. Proposed excavation near existing

established trees to be supervised by arborist.

D.A approved landscape plan's are required to be

constructed as approved to obtain occupancy certificate.

Permeable areas may be indicated to achieve site

coverage restrictions & should be constructed as

drawn on this plan.

BASIX CALCULATIONS

Communal Open Space:

Garden: 198.58 m2

– Deepsoil: 52.39m2

– Landscape in raised planters: 182.10m2

LV 1 (153.76m2)

LV 5 (28.34m2)

Lawn: 33.2 m2

Basix planting

(Low water use commitment) : 0m2

Note: No garden, lawn or basix compliant (endemic /

low water use) planting has been proposed for private

courtyards.

TREES

SHRUBS AND SCREENING

ACCENT PLANTS

GRASSES + GROUNDCOVERS

Botanical Name: Lomandra longifolia 'Tanika'

Common Name: Lomandra Tanika (Native)

Pot size: 200mm

Mature H x S: .7m x .8m

Qty Required: 28

Botanical Name: Doryanthes excelsa

Common Name: Gymea Lily (Native)

Pot size: 300mm

Mature H x S: 1m x 1m

Qty Required: 21

Botanical Name: Fraxinus 'Raywoodii'

Common Name: Claret Ash (Exotic)

Pot size: 100Lt

Mature H x S: 10m x 4-5m

Qty Required: 2

Botanical Name: Elaeocarpus reticulatus

Common Name: Blueberry Ash (Native)

Pot size: 75L

Mature H x S: 8-10m x 6-7m

Qty Required: 5

Botanical Name: Agave Attenuata

Common Name: Foxtail Agave (Exotic)

Pot size: 300mm

Mature H x S: 1m x 1m

Qty Required: 15

Botanical Name: Grevillea 'Royal Mantle'

Common Name: Royal Mantle Grevillea (Native)

Pot size: 150mm

Mature H x S: .3m x spreading

Qty Required: 36

Botanical Name: Dianella tasmanica 'Tasred'

Common Name: Tasred Dainella (Native)

Pot size: 200mm

Mature H x S: .6m x .65m

Qty Required: 66

Botanical Name: Jacaranda mimosifolia

Common Name: Jacaranda (Exotic)

Pot size: 100Lt

Mature H x S: 13m x 6m

Qty Required: 2

Botanical Name: Syzygium luehmannii

Common Name: Riberry (Native)

Pot size: 300mm

Mature H x S: 6m x 2m

Qty Required: 6

Botanical Name: Waterhousia 'Sweeper'

Common Name: Weeping Myrtle (Native)

Pot size: 75L

Mature H x S: 6-13m x 3-4m

Qty Required: 4

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Botanical Name: Callistemon 'Macarthur'

Common Name: Macarthur Bottlebrush (Native)

Pot size: 200mm

Mature H x S: 1.8m x 1.5m

Qty Required: 7

Botanical Name: Metrosideros Tahiti

Common Name: Pacific Rata(Exotic)

Pot size: 300mm

Mature H x S: 1.0m x 1.0m

Qty Required: 13

Botanical Name: Yucca Elephantipes

Common Name: Yucca

Pot size: 25L

Mature H x S: 2m x .7m

Qty Required: 6

Botanical Name: Strelitzia juncea

Common Name: Rush-leaved Strelitzia (Exotic)

Pot size: 300mm

Mature H x S: 1.5-2m x 1-1.5m

Qty Required: 9

Botanical Name: Syzygium 'Cascade

Common Name: Cascade Lilly Pilly (Native)

Pot size: 300mm

Mature H x S: 2m x 1.5m

Qty Required: 22

Botanical Name: Alcantarea Imperialis Purpurea

Common Name: Purple Bromeliad (exotic)

Pot size: 300mm

Mature H x S: 1.5m x 1.5m

Qty Required: 17

SCALE: DATE:

CHECKED: DRAWN:

MAY 2016

TITLE:

NOTATION/AMENDMENT DATEREV

PROJECT:

CLIENT

Ghazi Al Ali Architect

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT:

COUNCIL

Landscape plan for DA submission19.05.16A

1: 100 @ A1

ISSUE:

A

PROPOSED APARTMENT

DEVELOPMENT

900 PACIFIC HIGHWAY,

GORDON NSW

GENERAL NOTE:

DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION

LANDSCAPE PLAN

STATUS:

4

Bar Scale

0 21 3 5m 10m

N

ARCHITECT:

TREE IMPACTS

No trees located on or adjacent to the site

16 x 188 = 3,000

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8

91 0

1 1

1 2

1 3

1 4

1 5

137.22

GROUND LEVEL LANDSCAPE PLAN

LAWN

LANDSCAPE CALCULATIONS

(Affordable Rental housing Scheme)

SITE AREA: 905m²

PROPOSED LANDSCAPE AREA: 271.5m² (30%)

(COMPLIANT)

LANDSCAPE AREA INCLUDE IN CALCULATION (inc

planter bed on structure): approx.33%

Botanical Name: Chamaedorea seifrizii

Common Name: Bamboo Palm(exotic)

Pot size: 300mm

Mature H x S: 2m x 1.5m

Qty Required: 36

Botanical Name: Philodendron 'Xanadu'

Common Name: Dwarf Philodendron (Exotic)

Pot size: 140mm

Mature H x S: .7m x .7m

Qty Required: 19

Botanical Name: Liriope muscari 'Just Right'

Common Name: Liriope Just Right (Native)

Pot size: 140mm

Mature H x S: .5m x .5m

Qty Required: 20

Sansevieria trifasciata 'Moonlight'

Mother-in-law's tongue (Exotic)

Pot size: 300mm

Mature H x S: .6m x .4m

Qty Required: 11

REFER TO BASEMENT 2

B B

Q

ROOFTOP

Courtyard paving to Architect's details

Botanical Name: Hibbertia scandens

Common Name: Snake vine (Native)

Pot size: 150mm

Mature H x S: .2m x .4m

Qty Required: 33

ADJOINING PLANTER BOX NEXT DOOR

Feature tree in raised planter

-1 Jacaranda

– 3 Elaeocarpus

– 1 Waterhousia

– 7 Alcantarea

– 31 Dianella

– 3 Syzygium 'Cascade'

– 6 Syzygium 'Luehmannii'

– 11 Doryanthes

– 12 Philodendron 'Xanadu'

– 10 Hibbertia

Shade tolerant

planting in raised

planter to include:

– 5 Rhapis

– 4 Sansevieria

Botanical Name: Rhapis excelsa

Common Name: Lady Palm (Exotic)

Pot size: 250mm

Mature H x S: 2-3m x 2m

Qty Required: 10

In-si-tu concrete wall

and built-in bench

Planting in raised

planter to include:

– 30 Chamaedorea

Planting to Pacific Hwy

frontage to include:

– 3 Waterhousia

– 9 Strelitzia

– 36 Grevillea 'Royal

Mantle'

– 2 Agave

– 7 Callistemon

'Macarthur'

– 35 Dianella

Planting in raised

planter to include:

– 6 Chamaedorea

C'Yard fence where

necessary to

Architect's details

Planting in raised

planter to include:

– 1 Jacaranda

– 2 Fraxinus

– 9 Alcantarea

– 9 Agave

– 5 Rhapis

– 7 Philodendron

'Xanadu'

– 20 Liriope

– 16 Lomandra

– 7 Doryanthes

– 21 Hibbertia

– 18 Syzygium

'Cascade'

Courtyard fence/gate to architect's details

Built-in bench seat

Steps to elevated

communal space

(Lawn)

PAVING TO

ARCHITECT'S

DETAILS

PAVING TO

ARCHITECT'S

DETAILS

– 2 Doryanthes

– 2 Elaeocarpus

-12 Lomandra

Balcony planting to include:

-4 Agave

– 6 Yucca

– 1 Plumeria

– 5 Westringia

– 13 Metrosideros 'Tahiti'

– 12 Hibbertia

Safety fence over balcony

to BCA standards to

manufacturer's details

Lightweight pergola to

further detail

Composite decking on

pedestal system

6 trees that reach a height of 13m have

been included to comply with Ku-Ring-Gai

council's "The Good Design Manual"

Section 4.3.

These trees have been selected from the

Council's "Native Vegetation Association"

map tree list.

These trees include:

2 x Jacaranda mimosifolia

4 x Waterhousia flourbunda

A-A SECTION

16 x 188 = 3,000

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8

91 0

1 1

1 2

1 3

1 4

1 5

1

4

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0

0

0

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SETBACK

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SETBACK

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DP

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P.D.

F.G.

P.D.

P.D.

P.D.

P.D.

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DP

F.G.

F.G.

F.G.

DP

F.G.

Site drainage and civil

design, refer to plans

prepared by Neillydavies

consulting engineers

Existing constrains to

footpath to be retained

Existing constrains to

footpath to be retained

Retain existing footpath

Handrail to BCA

standards

Handrail to BCA standards

100mm mowing edge

Relocatable furniture

provided by body

corporate

PLANT SCHEDULE

NOTES:

1. ALL FINAL PLANT QUANTITIES INDICATED ON PLANS SHALL BE

CHECKED AND VERIFIED BY SUCCESSFUL LANDSCAPE

CONTRACTOR WITH LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT.

2. ANY PLANT SUBSTITUTES REQUIRED DUE TO UNAVAILABILITY

SHALL BE RECOMMENDED BY THE LANDSCAPE CONTRACTOR TO

BEST MATCH SUBSTITUTED PLANTS AND APPROVED PRIOR TO

PURCHASING BY THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT.

3. WORKS CERTIFIED FOR FINAL OCCUPANCY CERTIFICATE ARE

TO MATCH APPROVED LANDSCAPE PLANS.

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CONCRETE SLAB TO STRUCTURAL

ENG. DETAILS

Refer Turf Detail

RL 121.52

Waterproofing and drainage of

lawn area over slab to

Engineer's Details. Provide

nom. 100mm mowing edge

around lawn area.

RL 121.97

Feature tree and

planting refer to

Plant Schedule

Refer to plant schedule

Insitu concrete seating wall on slab

Refer to details

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LANDSCAPE WORK SPECIFICATION

PRELIMINARIES

1.01 GENERAL

The following general conditions should be considered prior to the commencement of landscape works:

· The landscape plans should be read in conjunction with the architectural plans, hydraulic plans, service plans

and survey prepared for the proposed development.

· All services including existing drainage should be accurately located prior to the commencement of landscape

installation. Any proposed tree planting which falls close to services will be relocated on site under the

instruction of the landscape architect.

· Installation of conduit for required irrigation, electrical and other services shall be completed prior to the

commencement of hardscape works and hardstand pours.

· All outdoor lighting specified by architect or client to be installed by qualified electrician

· Anomalies that occur in these plans should be brought to our immediate attention.

· Where an Australian Standard applies for any landscape material testing or installation technique, that

standard shall be followed.

1.02 PROTECTION OF ADJACENT FINISHES

The Contractor shall take all precautions to prevent damage to all or any adjacent finishes by providing adequate

protection to these areas / surfaces prior to the commencement of the Works

1.03 PROTECTION OF EXISTING TREES

Existing trees identified to be retained shall be done so in accordance with NATSPEC Guide 2 "A Guide to Assessing

Tree Quality". Where general works are occurring around such trees, or pruning is required, a qualified Arborist shall be

engaged to oversee such works and manage tree health.

Existing trees designated on the drawing for retention shall be protected at all times during the construction period. Any

soil within the drip-line of existing trees shall be excavated and removed by hand only. No stockpiling shall occur within

the root zone of existing trees to be retained.

Any roots larger in diameter than 50mm shall only be severed under instruction by a qualified arborist. Roots smaller than

50mm diameter shall be cut cleanly with a saw.

Temporary fencing shall be installed around the base of all trees to be retained prior to the commencement of landscape

works. Where possible this fencing will be located around the drip line of these trees, or a minimum of 3m from the trunk.

The fencing shall be maintained for the full construction period.

1.04 EROSION & POLLUTION CONTROL

The Contractor shall take all proper precautions to prevent the erosion of soil from the subject site. The contractor shall

install erosion & sediment control barriers and as required by council, and maintain these barriers throughout the

construction period. Note that the sediment control measures adopted should reflect the soil type and erosion

characteristics of the site.

Erosion & pollution control measures shall incorporate the following:

– Construction of a sediment trap at the vehicle access point to the subject site.

– Sediment fencing using a geotextile filter fabric in the location indicated on the erosion control plan or as instructed on

site by the landscape architect.

– Earth banks to prevent scour of stockpiles

– Sandbag kerb sediment traps

– Straw bale & geotextile sediment filter.

– Exposed banks shall be pegged with an approved Jute matting in preparation for mass planting

SOIL WORKS

2.01 MATERIALS

Specified Soil Conditioner (Generally to improve site soil)

by ANL. Note that for sites where soil testing indicates toxins or extremes in pH, or soils that are extremely poor, allow to

excavate and supply 300mm of imported soil mix.

New gardens & proposed Planting

use, & AS 4454 Composts, Soil conditioners & mulches.

Specified Soil Mix – Turf

The specified soil mix for all turf areas shall be a min 75mm layer of imported soil mix consisting of 80% washed river

sand (reasonably coarse), and 20% composted organic matter equivalent to mushroom compost or soil conditioner, or

other approved lawn top dress.

Site Topsoil

Site topsoil is to be clean and free of unwanted matter such as gravel, clay lumps, grass, weeds, tree roots, sticks,

rubbish and plastics, and any deleterious materials and materials toxic to plants. The topsoil must have a pH of between

5.5 and 7. Use 100% imported soil mix when site when site topsoil runs out.

2.02 INSTALLATION

a) Testing

All testing is to be conducted in accordance with AS 1289 Methods for testing soils for engineering purposes. Site soil

shall be given a pH test prior to modifying to ensure conditions are appropriate for planting as stated above. Tests shall

be taken in several areas where planting is proposed, and the pH shall be adjuste