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COVID-19 Local Safety Site Plan Hayball Sydney + Brisbane Version 1 - 31 July 2020


HAYBALL COVID-19 LOCAL SAFETY SITE PLAN 2020

Hayball COVID-19 Principles

– Hayball’s priority is the safety and wellbeing of all staff, clients, and the wider community – Our focus is on business continuity and ensuring the delivery of services in a format that ensures the safest approach for our staff whilst ensuring the needs of suits clients are meet, either through face to face or virtual communication – All advice and instructions to staff are aligned with Federal and State Government health advice and we reserve the right to implement stricter protocols to cater for vulnerable staff, clients, or collaborators with whom we work – All staff are responsible for creating and maintaining a COVID safe workplace by complying with the plan and advice provided by Public Health Authorities – State or local authorities may issue directives to respond to changing local circumstances. Employees should make themselves aware of and adhere to these directives in the first instance and we will update policy to address these requirements in due course. – We will continue to communicate regularly with staff and provide updates as required – Work From Home/Work From Office is not mandatory for staff and we will continue to support staff to Work From Home subject to individual circumstances

Business Details Business Name:

Hayball Pty Ltd

Site Address:

Sydney: Ground Floor, 11-17 Buckingham St, Surry Hills NSW 2010 Brisbane: Level 12, 324 Queen St, Brisbane QLD 4000

Site Coordinator:

Sydney: Mitchell Harris, 0434 051 202 Brisbane: Amanda Morrison, 0412 166 757

Site Director:

Sydney: David Tordoff (Director), 0404 420 700 Brisbane: Liza Ringdahl (Senior Associate), 0402 236 554

Plan Completed by:

Mitchell Harris, Amanda Morrison

Approved by:

Bianca Hung (Director)

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Hayball COVID Safe Plan

From Monday 3rd August Hayball studios (Brisbane & Sydney only) will commence a staged return to respective workplaces. Phase 1 of the ‘Work From Office’ (WFO) plan will involve 50% occupancy of all studios with team members working 2-3 days in the office per week for at least 2 months to ensure best practice physical distancing. In order to manage IT constraints and the need to ensure that both ‘Working From Home’ (WFH) and WFO are achievable the initial plan will see the following: – The establishment of ‘Red’ and ‘Blue’ teams which will be based on who is predominantly working with each other on current projects – Red team will attend the office for 2 days in Week 1 and then 3 days in Week 2, the balance of the days the Blue team will WFH i.e.:

Week 1

Week 2

M

T

W

T

F

M

T

W

T

F

Red Team

O

O

H

H

H

O

O

O

H

H

Blue Team

H

H

O

O

O

H

H

H

O

O

Legend O = Working from Office | H = Working from Home – A weekly roster will be assigned to each team noting that days of WFH and WFO will not be able to be swapped / varied once agreed – If there is a specific individual request not to attend the office on a rostered day this will be considered and accommodated however this will become an additional WFH day as WFO days cannot be swapped – If there are any other specific individual requests outside the above this will be considered where possible and if staff would like to continue to WFH full time they may do so subject to approval from HR. Flexible work hours have been established as per below and for staff who are currently on reduced hours or part time arrangements the coordination of how this is implemented on WFO/WFH days will be discussed and coordinated with their Team Leader and nominated accordingly on rosters. – Office hours – 7am-7.30pm – Core business hours – 11am-3.30pm – NB: 7.5hr days in one location i.e. home or office (or otherwise agreed based on reduced hours) A studio roster will be issued to all staff and available on Hayball’s Intranet, The Wire, to ensure all staff are aware of each other’s schedule for WFO or WFH. This roster will also nominate allocated working hours for all staff for all days, irrespective of WFH or WFO. The studio roster will also be used as a record of staff attendance within the office should this be required for the purposes of tracing COVID-19 infections.

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Hayball COVID Safe Plan

All staff are to maintain current roll call procedures irrespective of if they are WFH or WFO i.e. attendance at a site meeting, annual leave, sick leave etc. Staff are required to notify Roll Call should a staff member be rostered to WFO and is instead WFH. Staff are to notify their Team Leader, respective Project Leader and Roll Call and will be noted as ‘WFH’ on roll call. IT will ensure all staff Outlook calendars are shared and available by everyone in the company. Staff are required to include WFH/WFO hours in line with the scheduled roster (or otherwise agreed) for others to view when scheduling meetings. Phase 2 of the WFO plan will include 80% occupancy of all studios with team members generally working 4 days out of 5 in the office. Implementation of phase 2 will be based on government advice at the time and may be subject to change pending on other variables pending on when this is reviewed. This plan has been developed to promote a COVID safe work environment for staff, clients and collaborators who work with us and this is primarily based on Public Health Advice and must be adhered to by all staff. Physical distancing, handwashing and infection control practices maintain a key component to maintaining a COVID safe environment for staff, clients, and visitors. For Public Health advice contact: health.gov.au – 1800 020 080 National Coronavirus 24-hr helpline and refer to NSW Health or QLD Health. If there are any questions please contact COVIDSafePlan@hayball.com.au or speak with your Team Leader, HR or Site Director.

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Hayball COVID Safe Directives - Staff

Meetings & Events:

All staff who have cold or flu like symptoms (however mild) or experiencing a fever, cough, sore throat, breathing difficulties or wheezing, headaches, or any other respiratory infection must not attend the office or attend face to face meetings and should either WFH or be taken as sick leave.

– Events will not be permitted in the office – Teams meetings will remain the core communication platform during WFH/WFO and all meetings should remain online to allow for staff and external participants to attend. It is recommended that staff stay at their desks and connect separately instead of utilising meeting rooms if there are team members joining remotely for a better and equitable video conference experience.

On arrival all staff to the office will be required to have their temperature checked via the handsfree temperature device. If the scanner’s reading result is within the normal range of body temperature (equal to or less than 37.3°C) then it is considered safe to access the studio. If a staff members temperature is equal to or more than 37.4°C, the staff member will not be allowed to enter the studio to commence work.

– All internal meetings are to be via Teams when one person is not in the same physical location – All meetings with external stakeholders including clients and consultants may occur in the office only when the meeting is business critical and no virtual options are available.

If any staff are experiencing the above symptoms or exceed the temperature check, they must get tested for COVID-19 and self-isolate as required until test results are received and must inform their TL and HR of the result.

– Signage will be provided to all meeting areas outlining the maximum number of occupants and room procedures including: Room Entry Procedures

All staff are strongly encouraged to receive a flu shot.

1. Observe meeting room maximum occupant numbers

All staff must have the COVID Safe app downloaded on their personal mobile phones.

2. Maintain physical distancing 3. Sanitise hands on entry

Upon entry all staff are to utilise hand sanitiser as provided.

4. Sanitise keyboard/mice and common surface (tabletop and backs of chairs) with antibacterial wipes

Physical Distancing & Equipment: – The number of staff within the office at any time is 50% capacity of workstations to ensure a minimum 1.5m physical separation

5. Do not share any pens or equipment in the room during the meeting.

– Allocation of workstations will be nominated to specific staff members to ensure the WFH/WFO roster and physical separation is achievable and once seating is allocated there can be no sharing or swapping of workstations

Room Leaving Procedures

1. Ensure all personal belongings are removed from the room

– The number of people within communal areas and meeting rooms is calculated based on 1 person per 4sqm and any furniture must be located to ensure a minimum 1.5m physical separation

3. Return seats to required positions

2. Ensure the space is left tidy

– No equipment is to be shared within the office including at individual workstations or meeting rooms including Keyboards, mice, pens, rulers, trace or other personal items

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Hayball COVID Safe Directives: Staff

Personal Cleaning & Hygiene:

Use of Staff Kitchen, Glassware/Cups & Utensils:

– Personal workstations are to be left neat and tidy daily to facilitate cleaning

Sydney

– No paper, pens, samples, folders, or other equipment are to be left in communal spaces

– All staff must sanitise their hands before using the kitchen

– Sanitising stations will be located to all meeting spaces and though out workstation zones including hand sanitiser and anti-bacterial wipes. Staff are responsible for ensuring the cleanliness and hygiene of their immediate work area throughout the day

– All glassware/cups, crockery & utensils must be rinsed and placed in the dishwasher, if the dishwasher is unavailable, dishes are to be handwashed with hot water and left neatly in sink for next cycle

– Individual staff are responsible for using disinfectant wipes to wipe down desk, including surface of desk, keyboard, mouse, telephone, and chair arms before commencing work and prior to leaving their desk space

– No glassware/cups, crockery or utensils are to be left at workstations at the end of the day – All personal containers are to taken home daily and dishwashers are not to be used for cleaning containers and if left at the end of the day, any personal containers left at the end of the day they will be disposed of

– Staff must routinely wash their hands with soap and water in accordance with the WHO guidelines on handwashing after using the bathroom, before and after eating or using public transport

– If food is left in the fridge this must be clearly labelled and not shared with anyone else, the fridge will be cleaned on a fortnightly basis and any unlabelled items will be disposed of

– Staff should avoid touching their face and follow cough and sneeze etiquette which includes covering your cough or sneeze with a tissue that covers your mouth and nose, dispose of the tissue immediately after use and if unable to use a tissue, sneeze or cough into your elbow, not your hands

Brisbane – All staff must sanitise their hands before using the kitchen – For staff safety, all cutlery and crockery has been removed and disposable cups provided must be disposed of after use – If desired, use of personal glassware/cups be provided by individual staff is to be taken home daily – No glassware/cups, crockery or utensils are to be left at workstations at the end of the day – All personal containers are to taken home daily and if left at the end of the day they will be disposed of – If food is left in the fridge this must be clearly labelled and not shared with anyone else, the fridge will be cleaned on a fortnightly basis and any unlabelled items will be disposed of

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Office Cleaning:

Hayball COVID Safe Directives: Visitors

– External cleaners will clean the office on a daily basis including all common area surfaces such as door handles, tap handles, light switches, paper towel dispensers, soap dispensers, microwave buttons, fridge handles, meeting room surfaces including table tops and back of chairs to all meeting rooms/open meeting table spaces, printer buttons/touch panels and joinery handles/pulls on cupboards, doors and drawers

All visitors who have travelled in the past 14 days or have cold of flu like symptoms (however mild) or experiencing a fever, cough, sore throat, breathing difficulties or wheezing, headaches, or any other respiratory infection must not attend the office. All visitors to the office must complete the visitor check in form with details provided to be maintained for a period of 28 days for the purposes of tracing COVID-19 infections only and will be stored confidentially and securely.

– External cleaners will clean individual workstations on a weekly basis

All visitors to the office will be required to have their temperature checked on arrival via the handsfree temperature device. If the scanner’s reading result is within the normal range of body temperature (equal to or less than 37.3°C) then it is considered safe to access the studio. If a person’s temperature is equal to or more than 37.4°C, the designated screener must follow the procedure to manage a person with symptoms and the person will not be allowed to enter the studio.

Outbreak Management: – If there is a staff member within the office (or who has been in the office within the past two weeks) who is diagnosed with COVID19: – The staff member must notify your TL, HR and director immediately – The office will be closed immediately, and relevant health authorities are to be notified. All staff must self-isolate and immediately get tested with attendance back at the office is not permitted until test results are known.

All visitors must have the COVID Safe app downloaded on their personal mobile phones Upon entry all visitors are to utilise hand sanitiser as provided and maintain physical distancing within the studio

– The studio manager is to arrange a deep clean of the studio immediately – The studio will only re-open after the deep clean and it has been determined that there are no further risks within the workplace

Outbreak Management: If there is a someone within the office (or who has been in the office within the past two weeks) who is diagnosed with COVID19:

– All staff must cooperate with NSW and QLD Health directives

– The office will be closed immediately, and relevant health authorities are to be notified – All staff and visitors to the office will be contacted and advised – The studio manager is to arrange a deep clean of the studio immediately – The studio will only re-open after the deep clean and it has been determined that there are no further risks within the workplace

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Guidelines for Working From Office

Guidelines for the workplace and the actions that will put in place to keep your workers and visitors safe.

Business Details

Actions

Wellbeing of Staff and Visitors Exclude staff, volunteers and visitors who are unwell.

– COVID Safe Local Site Plan to include directive for staff who are unwell that they must not attend the office or attend face to face meetings and should either WFH or be taken as sick leave. – Virtual meetings are to be prioritised and visitors to studios to be limited unless virtual meetings are not possible. – For any in office meetings visitors to be provided with Hayball’s COVID Safe Local Site Plan to include directive for all visitors who are unwell must not attend the office – Signage to be installed at entry of each studio.

Provide staff with information and training on COVID-19, including when to get tested, physical distancing and cleaning.

– COVID Safe Local Site Plan to include directive for staff including when to get tested, physical distancing and cleaning. – Signage to be provided within each studio.

Make staff aware of their leave entitlements if they are sick or required to self-isolate.

– Sick leave is to be taken in accordance with Hayball’s standard policy, if however, staff are required to self-isolate and are still able to work, WFH is permitted.

Communicate regularly with staff to remind everyone that you should not attend work if unwell with respiratory symptoms or fever. Encourage testing of all staff with symptoms in line with advice from NSW/QLD Health.

– COVID Safe Local Site Plan to include directive for staff not to attend work if unwell with respiratory symptoms or fever and to be tested. – Communication to staff be provided on Teams and via email

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Business Details

Actions

Physical Distancing Assign workers to specific workstations. If this is not practical, workstations and shared office equipment should be wiped down with disinfectant surface wipes between users.

– Staff members to be allocated fixed workstations with a directive not to share office equipment.

Use flexible working arrangements where possible, such as working from home or other locations.

– Phase 1 of the ‘Work From Office’ (WFO) plan will involve 50% occupancy of all studios with team members working 2-3 days in the office per week for at least 2 months in order to ensure best practice physical distancing.

– Signage to be provided within each studio.

– Remaining time or otherwise agreed staff to WFH. – Daily flexibility of hours established as per below:

Consider physical, distance or other controls to protect staff and visitors at physical interaction points such as counters or service desks, to maintain social distancing.

» Office hours – 7am-7.30pm » Core business hours – 11am-3.30pm » NB: 7.5hr days in one location i.e. home or office (or otherwise agreed based on reduced hours)

Where reasonably practical, ensure staff maintain 1.5 – Staff to be allocated workstations to ensure at least metres physical distancing at all times (including at meal 1.5m physical distancing as per attached plans. breaks). – Seating reduced to meeting rooms to meet 1 person/4sqm and seating spaced to provide at least 1.5m physical distancing. – Signage to be provided within workstation areas and meeting spaces Use telephone or video platforms for essential meetings where practical.

– Teams to remain as the primary VC meeting platform and staff collaboration tool

Where reasonably practical, stagger start times and breaks for staff members to minimise the risk of close contact.

– Daily flexibility of hours have been established as per below allowing for staggered start times: » Office hours – 7am-7.30pm » Core business hours – 11am-3.30pm

Review regular deliveries and request contactless delivery and invoicing where practical.

– Studio managers to monitor all deliveries

Most lifts can safely take 2-4 people providing people can stand apart; display signs near lifts to advise and recommend physical distancing.

– Staff must adhere to any base building signage and requirements.

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Guidelines for Working From Home

Guidelines for the workplace and the actions that will put in place to keep your workers and visitors safe.

Business Details

Actions

Hygiene and Cleaning Provide alcohol-based hand sanitiser at multiple locations throughout the workplace, including entry and exit points.

– Touch free hand sanitising stations to be provided at entry points and central kitchen to each studio. – Hand sanitising/cleaning stations, including alcoholbased hand sanitiser and anti-bacterial wipes to be provided throughout workplace including end of workstation bays and meeting rooms/collaboration spaces.

Provide disinfectant surface wipes to clean workstations and equipment such as phones, keyboard, and mouse.

– Hand sanitising stations, including alcohol-based hand sanitiser and anti-bacterial wipes to be provided throughout workplace including end of workstation bays and meeting rooms/collaboration spaces.

Clean surfaces thoroughly, particularly all high contact areas such as doors, handles, kitchen surfaces, bathroom surfaces, printers and lifts with appropriate cleaning agents.

– COVID clean to be provided daily by external cleaning company for each studio including: » Door handles » Tap handles » Light switches » Paper towel dispensers » Soap dispensers » Microwave buttons » Lift buttons, where applicable » Fridge handles » Meeting room surfaces including tabletops and back of chairs to all meeting rooms/open meeting table spaces » Printer buttons/touch panels » Joinery handles/pulls on cupboards, doors, and drawers

Ensure bathrooms are well stocked with hand soap and paper towels and consider putting up posters with instructions on how to wash hands.

– ‘How to Handwash?’ World Health Organization advice to be provided to staff and posters to be provided in bathrooms where possible. – NB: Shared floor bathrooms provided to each site: – Sydney studio – shared bathrooms are well stocked with paper towels and hand soap. ‘How to Handwash?’ posters have also been installed in the bathrooms. – Brisbane studio - shared bathroom is well stocked with paper towels and hand soap. ‘How to Handwash?’ posters have also been installed in the bathrooms.

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Business Details

Actions

Clean frequently used areas at least daily with detergent – COVID Safe Local Site Plan to outline daily cleaning or disinfectant. Clean frequently touched areas and regime and include directive for staff to clean surfaces several times per day. workstations daily and meeting spaces after each use. – Hand sanitising/cleaning stations, including alcoholbased hand sanitiser and anti-bacterial wipes to be provided throughout workplace including end of workstation bays and meeting rooms/collaboration spaces. Maintain disinfectant solutions at an appropriate strength and use in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.

– Disinfectant solutions to be maintained on site for use by external cleaners.

Staff are to wear gloves when cleaning and wash hands thoroughly before and after with soap and water.

– Should cleaning be required by staff in addition to external cleaning gloves are to be worn and hands washed thoroughly before and after.

– Sanitising stations will be located to all meeting spaces and though out workstation zones including hand sanitiser and anti-bacterial wipes.

Record Keeping – COVID Safe Local Site Plan to include directive for visitors to complete the visitor check in form

Keep a record of name and a mobile number or email address for all staff, volunteers, visitors, and contractors for a period of at least 28 days. Ensure records are used only for the purposes of tracing COVID-19 infections and are stored confidentially and securely.

– Visitor check in form to include disclaimer advising details provided to be maintained for a period of 28 days for the purposes of tracing COVID-19 infections only and will be stored confidentially and securely. – Staff roster nominating WFO days to be issued to all staff and provided on central Intranet. Staff to maintain standard office ‘Roll Call’ protocol when not in the office on nominated WFO days.

Make your staff and visitors aware of the COVIDSafe app and its benefits to support contact tracing if required.

– COVID Safe Local Site Plan to include directive for visitors and staff to have the COVIDSafe app to be installed and running on personal devices

Cooperate with NSW/QLD Health if contacted in relation to a positive case of COVID-19 at your workplace and notify SafeWork NSW on 13 10 50/ Workplace Health and Safety Queensland on 1300 362 128.

– COVID Safe Local Site Plan to include directive for relevant health authorities to be notified should an outbreak occur within the studio

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04 Hayball Floor-Plan Review - Phase 1 05 Sydney Studio - Occupancy & Layout Analysis

Appendix

Sydney Studio Occupancy Analysis

50% Occupancy

NOOK

1p Cap

3p Cap

BOOTH 1p Cap 02

1p BOOTH Cap 01

PAPER ROLL TABLE

PEDESTALS

GENERAL AREA

PEDESTALS

PEDE

4p Cap

INFORMAL WORKSTATION

4p Cap

LIBRARY/BREAK OUT AREA

2p Cap

KITCHEN

2p Cap

PLOTTER

UNISEX MALE WC SHOWER PRINTER

FEMALE WC

12 PROJECT NAME

DRAWING TITLE

HAYBALL - SURRY&HILLS Hayball RELOCATION WFO Strategies Recommendations SEATING PLAN

DRAWN BY

Author

CHECKED SCALE

Checker 1 : 50@ A1

PROJECT NO

2184


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LEGEND: 2p Cap WHITE BOARD ROOM

3p Cap QUIET ROOM

2p Cap WHITE BOARD ROOM

LEGEND: Workstation 1.5m radius.

6p Cap

BOARDROOM

3p Cap QUIET ROOM

*Overall Workstation workstations 1.5m radius. capacity: 50%.

6p Cap

BOARDROOM

4p Cap 4p Cap

UP

3p Cap 3p Cap

STUDIO ENTRY / WORKSHOP

10p Cap STUDIO

*ForumENTRY Event / WORKSHOP

10p Cap

ESTALS

*Forum Event

UP

1p Cap 3p Cap 1p Cap

Capacity (calculated Open Collabon a 4m2 per person rate). area boundary. Open Collab Meeting Room area boundary. Capacity (calculated on a 4m2 per person rate). Meeting Room

3p Cap Capacity

(calculated on a 4m2 per person rate).

3p Cap

ESTALS

*Overall workstations capacity: 50%. Open Collab Capacity (calculated on a 4m2 per person rate). Open Collab

MAKER SPACE

LOADING DOCK

3p Cap MAKER SPACE

LOADING DOCK

UP

UP

3p Cap

PRINT ROOM

3p Cap

PRINT ROOM

DWG NO

A000.00

FHR

UP

FHR

UP

NOTE: Open Collab Area Boundaries are to be considered approximate and require ad-hoc consideration as inserted in a wider open-plan system. NOTE: Open Collab Area Boundaries

are to be considered approximate and require ad-hoc consideration as inserted inHayball a wider open-planNSW system. Pty Ltd Nominated Architects: 71/ 26-32 Pirrama Road Pyrmont Tom Jordan 7521, Richard LeonardHayball 7522, NSW Australia 2009 20 Robert Stent 7523, T 02 9660 9329 F 03 9699 3708

REV

www.hayball.com.au

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DWG NO

A000.00

REV

REV

DATE

DESCRIPTION

David Tordoff 8028 ABN 84 006 394 261

Builders/Contractors shall verify job dimensions before any job commences. Figured dimensions shall take precedence over scaled work. Work shall also conform to the specification, other drawings and job dimensions. All shop drawings shall be submitted to the Architect/Consultant and manufacture shall not commence prior to the return of inspected shop drawings signed by the Architect/Consultant. © Copyright 2008 All rights reserved

Hayball Pty Ltd 71/ 26-32 Pirrama Road Pyrmont NSW Australia 2009 T 02 9660 9329 F 03 9699 3708

NSW Nominated Architects: Tom Jordan 7521, Richard Leonard 7522, Robert Stent 7523,

Hayball

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Appendix Sydney Studio Seating Plan NOOK

BOOTH 02

BOOTH 01

PAPER ROLL TABLE PEDESTALS

-

-

Christian Garcia

Kit Ku

Anna Ewald-Rice

Fiona Young

-

Michael Diedricks

Laura Graham

Katherine Luu

James Cristallo

Rob Chan

GENERAL AREA

-

-

Natalia Krysiak

Andrew Fong

Wenda Xu

Sheng Qiang

David Tordoff

Vince Chen

Nadia Brogan

Tony Zayla

Jolyon Sykes

-

PEDESTALS

PEDE

INFORMAL WORKSTATION

LIBRARY/BREAK OUT AREA KITCHEN

PLOTTER

UNISEX MALE WC SHOWER PRINTER

FEMALE WC

14 PROJECT NAME

DRAWING TITLE

DRAWN BY

Author

HAYBALL RELOCATION - SURRY HILLS

COVID SEATING PLAN

CHECKED SCALE

Checker 1 : 50@ A1


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Covid Legend RED TEAM

BLUE TEAM

WHITE BOARD ROOM

Donna Wheatley

FULL TIME IN OFFICE

BOARDROOM

REMOVED SEATING

-

Gosia Sum

-

QUIET ROOM

-

STUDIO ENTRY / WORKSHOP

Mitchell Harris

Janet Vogels

-

ESTALS

MAKER SPACE

LOADING DOCK

PRINT ROOM

FHR

15 PROJECT NO

2184

DWG NO

A000.01

REV

Hayball Pty Ltd Ground Floor 11-17 Buckingham Street Surry Hills NSW Australia 2010 T 02 9660 9329 F 03 9699 3708

NSW Nominated Architects Tom Jordan 7521, Richard Leonard 7522, Robert Stent 7523,


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04 Hayball Floor-Plan Review - Phase 1 01 Brisbane Studio - Occupancy & Layout Analysis

Appendix

Brisbane Studio Occupancy Analysis

100%

TOILET FEMALE

TOILET MALE

PLTR

Occupancy

FIRE EXIT

SERVICE CUPBOARD

3p Cap

SERVICE LIFT

COMMON KITCHEN FR

ENTR Y

LEGEND: Meeting Room

Workstation 1.5m radius.

3p Cap Capacity

*Overall Workstations capacity: possible 100%.

4p Cap

Open Collab Capacity (Calculated on a 4m2 per person rate). Open Collab area boundary.

PROJECT NAME

BRISBANE STUDIO PROJECT ADDRESS

(calculated on a 4m2 per person rate).

NOTE: Open Collab Area Boundaries are to be considered approximate and require ad-hoc consideration as inserted in a wider open-plan system.

DRAWING TITLE

OFFICE LAYOUT PLAN

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SCALE DATE PRINTED

1 : 100@ A3 08/01/2020 12:48:32 PM

0

2

LEVEL 12, 324 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE CBD

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1

5


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MATERIALS LIBRARY

3p Cap

2p Cap

WB

TV

5p Cap

1p Cap

LOCKERS

MAIN ENTRY

LIFT LOBBY

*8p capacity in case of joinery removal.

FIRE EXIT

17

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Appendix Brisbane Studio Seating Plan TOILET FEMALE

TOILET MALE WATER COOLER

PLTR

BIN

Dan

Joe FIRE EXIT

SERVICE CUPBOARD

SERVICE LIFT

Liza 3 PAX MAX

COMMON KITCHEN

Kevin

FR

Jerem

y

Ylva ENTR Y

PROJECT NAME

BRISBANE STUDIO PROJECT ADDRESS

DRAWING TITLE

OFFICE LAYOUT PLAN

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SCALE DATE PRINTED

1 : 100@ A3 08/01/2020 12:48:32 PM

0

2

LEVEL 12, 324 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE CBD 1

5

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Admin Station

PLANS

MATERIALS LIBRARY

3 PAX MAX

ni

Amanda Marcus

WB

TV

Boardroom 5 PAX MAX

Mahsa

ham

LOCKERS

MAIN ENTRY

LIFT LOBBY

FIRE EXIT

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Hayball Melbourne Level 1, 250 Flinders Lane Melbourne VIC 3000 T +61 3 9699 3644 Sydney 11–17 Buckingham Street Surry Hills NSW 2010 T +61 2 9660 9329 Brisbane Level 12, 324 Queen Street Brisbane QLD 4000 T +61 7 3211 9821

hayball@hayball.com.au hayball.com.au

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