Communication: Professional Identity

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The University of Portsmouth BA( Hons) Interior Architecture & Design Leung Shuk Yee, Lauren

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Communication: Professional Identity


SECTION 1 DESIGN PRACTICE

CONTENTS

1.1 Practice Visit 1.2 Practice Name and Logo 1.3 Ethics Five Lenses 1.4 Manifesto of Practice Intent 1.5 Values and Professional Identity

SECTION 2 APPLICATION 2.1 Letter of Appointment 2.2 Plan of Work 2.3 The Schedule of Interior Design Services

SECTION 3 MY PRACTICE 3.1 Mock up Interview Feedback 3.2 Cover Letter 3.3 CV 3.4 Project Sheet 3.5 Portfolio

SECTION 4 PROJECT AUDIT 4.1 Provisions of Means of Escape 4.2 Fire Safety Route Plan 4.3 Barrier Free Access 4.4 Equality and Diversity 4.5 Room Data Sheets 4.6 CDM Risk Assessment Reference List 01

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Practice Name and Logo

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Ethics Five Lenses

Lens 1 : Purposefulness and social benefit

Company Logo Design Concept

Environmental pollution is an important problem in our society, so we attach great importance to environmental protection

The company’s Logo comes from my name “Lauren” and my last name “Leung”, whose initials add up to L.L. Because the company and my personal relationship is very close, so use my name as the name of the company.

LAUREN LEUNG

issues all over the world. Therefore, the use of environmentally friendly materials in the building and consider the building and the surrounding environment, so that the use of natural environment to reduce environmental pollution. I suggest that by using technology to achieve “environmental protection” to teach students “the right concept of environmental protection” this can deepen students’ awareness of environmental protection.

+ Lens 2 : Material production Now most people are more and more focused on health and organic, very fond of natural elements. Based on health, enAs a designer, you need to think constantly to come up with a suitable design, so turn one of the “L” 60°, representing the

vironmentally friendly materials can be used to reduce “chemical reactions”. A large number of trees are planted outside the building, which can be extended into the building, using wood, stone to create an outdoor feel.

brain to start thinking and then keep turning. 180°

60° CMYK : 2 , 19 , 19 , 0 CMYK : 0 , 35 , 30 , 0

In terms of color, two different shades of pink are used. According to the “Fortune-Telling” red system color is

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helpful to me personally, but the red is too bright, so the use of pink as the main color. Lens 3 : Aesthetics

Name Card

According to the building’s original environmentally friendly equipment as a starting point for design, because these

LAUREN LEUNG

equipment is the focus of the entire project. Aesthetic use of the concept of “forest bath” as a concept to create a forest in a commercial area, and through five senses to strengthen the concept, visually with color, shape, hearing with music, olfactory with smell.... etc.

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Ethics Five Lenses

Lens 4 : Rhetoric and ideology

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Manifesto of Practice Intent

In the design industry will encounter different people and things, thereby changing their values. But I think even if it is different is only slightly different, “people-oriented”, “diversity” will always be my very important

The concept of “forest bath” focuses on environmental education and the ideology of environmental protection to feel na-

view. Meaningful design work in society, can solve people’s needs, but also make me feel satisfied.

ture for the purpose of health and happiness. Through the design of environmental education center to educate students to learn the concept of environmental protection, by careful study of environmental protection so that they regard environ-

In order to protect the environment, build a sustainable development place. In order to achieve this goal, I think

mental behavior as a habit. Form the concept of sustainable development. This project will be achieved through garden-

education is very important, because according to the research report, Hong Kong people have environmental

ing activities, outdoor learning.

awareness but not “correct environmental concepts” and environmental habits, so through a different environmental design to build a space as an education center, so that primary school students to learn the “right environmental concept” and so that they can develop habits, so that they will continue to grow up, they can also teach their parents. Although the government has been promoting environmental education, but not much has changed, this is based on learning space has not made them feel environmentally friendly into it, so they are not impressed with environmental protection.

Lens 5 : Praxis (professional practice and all the processes, methods relationships and behaviors involved) In the whole process, environmental education center is very important to protect the environment and the concept of sustainable development. To cultivate good environmental habits to achieve environmental protection, so that the next generation can live in a less polluted place.

In the whole project we will use the building’s original environmental protection equipment, these high-tech design can make students understand science and technology, environmental protection, nature can live together in a space, not because of scientific and technological progress and make us lose contact with nature, we can use technology to achieve environmental protection. Environmentally friendly materials, prototyped from the building’s outdoor urban native forest extended to the interior, can make the entire space more unified and more consistent. In terms of educating students, I suggest teaching them in a happy, fun way, so that they can enjoy it, not to think that environmental protection is a hassle, so I will take “forest bath” as the concept of this project, “forest bath” is derived from Japan, meaning that through the surrounding environment so that they can feel the awakening brought about by the five senses in this space, with five senses to feel this forest-like space, and to make a deep connection between space and nature. And Hong Kong students need to face different exams and a lot of homework, these will create pressure, in this project I hope they will not see this place as a place of study that will make them feel stressed, will think that this is a space for experience, experience bathed in the atmosphere of the forest, get a pleasant feeling here, and even more can have a healing feeling.

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Values and Professional Identity

VALUES AND PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY

Prepared By Louisa Young 27 October 2020

Intellectual Status: recognition as an authority on something

Diversity of tasks: to be involved in a variety of different projects and task types

Challenge: work that is not routine and keeps me challenged and learning Creativity: work that allows the freedom to conceive and implement new ideas Defined responsibilities: expectations are clearly articulated and understood by me and my supervisor Advancement: ability to take on increasing responsibilities Group work: team-oriented and collaborative tasks and work environment Job security: not having to worry about the stability of my industry

Flexibility: ability to shape my own schedule, no regular hours

Fringe benefits: provides excellent health, holidays, perks, etc.

Geographic location: easy commute and enjoyable city/area

Interdisciplinary: to work with people from different professional fields

Good supervision: a supervisor who is accessible, clear, supportive, etc.

Decision-making authority: the ability to make decisions for my work and that of others

Intellectual stimulation: work that challenges my intelligence Moral fulfilment: work that aligns with my sense of purpose

Contribution to society: feeling like you’re making a larger difference

Structure and predictability: regular hours and familiar tasks

Knowledgeable coworkers: work with intelligent individuals who have relevant knowledge Tranquillity: a relaxed, quiet atmosphere with limited pressure

Diversity of community: working with people from different backgrounds

Equality: to work in an environment that has equal opportunities and does not discriminate Working under pressure: working to tight deadlines; working at a fast pace

Adventure: unpredictable, perhaps involves risk

Physical Challenge: using physical dexterity, strength, agility.

Personal Safety: to be safe and secure

Recognition: to be recognised and respected by peers / community

Fun and Humour: prevails and is appropriate

Excitement: a high degree of novelty and drama Influence: to be in a position to influence the life of others Developing expertise: the ability to become an authority on a topic area within my work

to study / work with issues of beauty

Tangible outcomes: results that you can see on a regular basis Profit / Gain:

Honesty and integrity: possibility of very big financialmorally awardscorrect from

investments, funds etc.

Knowledge frontiers: to work in research at the frontiers of knowledge

Artistic: work that involves art practice and endeavour

Income:

high earnings, beyond basic needs

The categories described above are drawn from the work of sociologists and the following institutions: North Western University USA and GPSlifeplan.org

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Values and Professional Identity

Describe the values you held before attending university and the influences that shaped these values and formed your identity.

Autonomy/independence: the chance to work on projects alone and with my own discretion

Aesthetics:

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Before attending university, I am a lively character, sometimes very emotional. Working in an environment without work pressure, this makes me less autonomous, but at the same time increases my teamwork. While at work, I contacted different types of people and found out how inadequate the details on my own aesthetics were, resulting in poor overall project performance. So I want to touch and learn more about design, and be an Independent person by learning to train myself.

Describe how university has altered your values (personal and professional). Who or what has caused these changes? How does this experience compare with that of your peers? Has your sense of identity altered? The university trained me to make great progress in flexibility and independence, and in these studies, I learned the importance and order of each time detail on a top goal, and Taught me how to allocate and use my work time to complete a project. In addition, in the learning process my professional values have also changed, I learned that in addition to the design to focus on aesthetics, but also to focus on income, to beyond basic needs and design of the features, people in the space sensitivity, and the importance of sustainability to the project and the environment. Classmates and teachers are the ones who have changed my outlook on the above, and they have made me know that there are different roles in a team, each of which has its own importance, thus enhancing my self-confidence.

Identify those values that you hope will be ‘always valued’ and those that will be ‘usually valued’- try to list them in order of priority. Are there any significant differences you have identified between you and your peers? There is a clear difference between me and peers in “always valued”, but not much difference in ‘always valued’, everyone agrees that Independence is a very important value for a person’s growth and a characteristic of the workplace, while Developing expertise can make itself a more professional person, so that he has a position in this society that will not be easily replaced. Income is a very important one for most workers. The difference between me and peers in “always valued” is that it is chosen based on my personality, and flexibility allows me to have greater autonomy, allowing me to be selective. Moral content is what I personally demand for my own personal cultivation.

After the session, you should reflect upon the discussions and take time to reassess and define your own values and how they will inform your future choices (primarily professional choices but personal choices are always linked). Write a paragraph that describes your values and your anticipated professional identity – this could be a helpful touchstone as you begin looking for work but also in the future, a reminder of ‘who it is you want to be’. Please also consider how the values you have identified might inform your final major project brief and Assignment 5: ‘Manifesto for Professional Practice’. Developing expertise and Diversity of tasks are both important for industry development, and having these two qualities can make others trust you and give you more opportunities. Fact, Tangible outcomes, has a big positive impact on my mental development, these two qualities can give me confidence in myself, thus persisting in the development of the industry.

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APPLICATION

Section 2 - Application

Letter of Appointment

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LETTER OF APPOINTMENT Green Power 8 Sheung Yuet Road, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong Dear Sir/ Madam, Thank you for inviting us to act as interior Designer for this project. We understand that you would like us to design the environmental protection learning center to educate the child. Please find enclosed the following enclosures : Enclosure A: A Plan of Work Enclosure B: Schedule of Interior Design Services Enclosure C: The Schedule of Designer’s Fees (including costs) Enclosure D: Estimated Construction costs We do not expect that it will be necessary to seek advice from any other consultants or specialists for this project. However, if it should become necessary to do so, we will advise you at the appropriate time about such appointments and the fees entailed. We confirm that for the entire project, we will maintain professional indemnity insurance of HKD $1500 per month and as the standard construction Design and management Regulations will apply to the refurbishment of the project, you have agreed to supply a CDM coordinator for the duration of the project, ensuring fire safety are upheld throughout. If the arrangements above are suitable to you, please sign the agreement with our proposals, we would be grateful if you could sign the bottom of this letter and return it to us at your earliest convenience. Yours sincerely,

Signature of InteriorDesigner

Signature of Client

Leung Shuk Yee , Lauren

Date : 28 December 2020

Date : 28 December 2020

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Plan of Work

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The Schedule of Interior Design Services

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The Schedule of Interior Design Services

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ENCLOSURE B : THE SCHEDULE OF INTERIOR DESIGN SERVICES

ENCLOSURE B : THE SCHEDULE OF INTERIOR DESIGN SERVICES

Please note that the project design must complete the following services indicated in the Schedule of Interior Design, this

Phase 5: Construction Documentation - Based on the approved final design presentation documents, the Designer will:

outlines the agreed outcome of the designer’s agreement with the client and in accordance with HKIDA plan of work. A. Coordinate and direct the work of the project consultants including, but not limited to expeditor, surveyor, civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, and geotechnical engineers in regards to the proposed building.

Phase 1: Programming - The Designer will:

B. Create construction drawings including but not limited to: Site plans, floor plans, reflected ceiling plans, exterior

A. Review the preliminary program, site information, architectural plans, and/or other documents that pertain to the project

elevations, building sections, Interior elevations, and details as necessary to provide a clear description of the construction

site.

required to complete the proposed work.

B. Review all relevant planning, zoning, building department, multiple dwelling law, landmarks, and other agency

C. Create schedules and specifications for the proposed project.

requirements which have bearing on the project.

D. Cooperate with client’s cost consultants, if any, in determining the cost of the proposed work.

C. Review proposed and potential building size, unit allocations, and associated zoning and planning department issues to help the owner determine and or confirm maximum and reasonable potential development parameters for the project. D. Conduct field surveys of the existing structure and prepare measured drawings of existing conditions. Phase 2: Conceptual Design - The Designer will: A. Produce diagrammatic/ schematic design and documentation for the proposed project, conforming to the guidelines established in Phase 1. B. Meeting with consultants (expeditor, structural engineer, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineer, and others as required) to establish design direction. C. Complete the preliminary/ schematic design based upon the owner’s direction. D. Submit detailed for design proposals E. Make an application for detailed planning permission. Phase 3: Design Development - The Designer will: A. Provide drawings and other documentation as required to establish a clear description and understanding of the architectural, structural, mechanical and electrical systems, materials and other such aspects of the proposed project for your review and approval. B. All elements should be designed in conjunction with the updated Building regulations, the proposal must meet with Building Regulations. C. Propose finish materials for your review and approval. Phase 4: Final Design Presentation - Based on the approved design development documents, the Designer will: A. Prepare technical drawings including the following: plans, sections, and elevations. Ensure all drawings are annotated

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Signature of Client

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Date : 28 December 2020

with details specifications stating any measurements, choice of material and finishes. B. Produce a range of presentational visuals of the detailed junction to help greater understanding of the client and contractor.

Date : 28 December 2020

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The Schedule of Designer’s Fee

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Estimated Construction Cost

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ENCLOSURE C : THE SCHEDULE OF DESIGNER'S FEE

ENCLOSURE D : ESTIMATED CONSTRUCTION COST

Project : Environmental Protection Learning Center

Estimated cost for the building under the CIC-ZCP at Kowloon Bay.

The following design services fee is exclusive of any deductions subject to withholding income tax, if any. As part of the preparation of drawings, the drawings, the designer, at your request, shall prepare one revision. Additional revisions requested by the client will be incurred as additional services at the hourly rate as below.

Client : Green Power Design consultant : L.L Design LTD.

Please find below the cost of fees and expenses for the work undertaken by the designer, as outlined in Enclosure A (A Plan of Work) and B (Schedule of Interior Design Services). The services listed below will be charged at the following hourly rates : Assistant Interior Designer : HKD 500/hr Interior Design Designer : HKD 800/hr Design Director : HKD 1600/hr The following calculations are broken down, with the hourly rate being multiplied by the number of hours spent on the project. Note: A 30% management fee has been added to the overall cost of fees. Hourly Rate

Hours

Total (HKD)

Assistant Interior Designer

500

840

420,000

Interior Design Designer

800

600

480,000

Design Director

1600

445

712,000 Sub-total :

Project size : 1400 sqm Cost per sqm : HKD 20,000 Estimated construction cost : 28,000,000

HKD 1,612,000

30% of coordination and management fee :

HKD

Total frr :

Below is the project cost reference with budget.

483,600

Cognitio College (Kowloon)

HKD 2,095,600

Muk Hung Street, Kai Tak

Exclusions : The following expenses are not included in the above fee cost and will be charged in addition at the cost specified. The specified expenses are : Material samples and prototyping Printing - Cost/sheet (HKD) Size

A4

A3

A2

A1

A0

B&W

2

3

5

25

50

Colour

4

5

10

50

75

Fee Cost may change depending on the hours spent, cost of printing and traveling. Additional fees may be added of overtime. The designer will inform the client of these updated hours if the client approves then the fee will be changed towards the end.

Project size : 12,944 sqm Cost per sqm : HKD 17,722 Estimated construction cost : 229,393,568

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Signature of Client

Signature of InteriorDesigner

Signature of Client

Leung Shuk Yee , Lauren

Date : 28 December 2020

Leung Shuk Yee , Lauren

Date : 28 December 2020

Date : 28 December 2020

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MY PRACTICE

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Mock up Interview Feedback

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Mock up Interview Feedback

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Cover Letter

1 December 2020 Human Resources Department HASSELL 22F, 169 Electric Road North Point Hong Kong Dear Sir / Madam Re: Application for the Post of Assistant Interior Designer Attached you will find my resume in regards to the assistant interior design position that was recently listed by your company. I studied Interior Design at The University of Portsmouth and have got a BA (Hons) in Interior Architecture and Design expected in Jun 2021. I have always been interested in interior design, I like to put things together and ensure that they look well together. I am a very flexible person and a very organized person, because this personality makes it very easy for me to work with others, is a team-focused person. I am very detail-oriented and will work hard and comprehensively to get the job done. I like to see a job from conception to delivery and get my own view point from my customer or client. Should you be interested in my resume, please do not hesitate to contact me. I can answer any questions you like to clarify any of my details. Thank you for taking the time to read my resume. I look forward to hearing from you. Yours faithfully

Leung Shuk Yee , Lauren

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CV

Lauren

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Project Sheet

PROJECT EXPERIENCE

Leung Shuk Yee

Food and Beverage Design (CBCC)

" For me, every thing in daily life is also design, design every day also revolves around our lives, so good design for me is the convenience of life. "

+852 5446 3896 / +852 5703 5146

Brand : L'Atelier de JoĂŤl Robuchon Concept : Maze

Portfolio: https://issuu.com/laurenleung

laurenleung1123@gmail.com

EDUCATION

WORK EXPERIENCE

09/2019 - 06/2021 (Expected)

07/2018 - Present

Caritas Institute of Higher Education in collaboration with The University of Portsmouth

4N Design - Assistant interior designer

Office Design

/ Drafting , Material search , Following , Prepare proposal

BA (Hons) in Interior Architecture and Design 01/2017 - 02/2017

Client : HKUST Location : Science Park

07/2017 - 02/2018

Hong Kong Interior Design and Architecture Institute

C-Mos Design Ltd - Assistant designer

AutoCAD Professional Certificate

/ Drafting , Material search , Following up site issues , Prepare proposal

Professional Certificate of 3D Rendering for Interior Design and Architecture 09/2014 - 07/2016

04/2011 - 06/2014

Caritas Bianchi College of Careers

Alice - Sales

BTEC Higher National Diploma in 3D Design (Interior Design)

Facade Design

AWARDS Caritas Bianchi College of Careers Awards

09/2005 - 07/2010

CCC Kei Chi Secondary School

Bronze Prize (Interior Architecture) 2016

Client : Grosvenor Location : 2 Catchick Street, Sai Wan

F.1 - F.5

LANGUAGE Cantonese English Mandarin

SKILLS Microsoft Office Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign Adobe Photoshop

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Portfolio

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PROJECT AUDIT

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Provision of Means of Escape

Clause A1.3 Diagram A1 shows the framework for fire safety in buildings.

Section 3 - Definitions Diagram A2 : Illustration of Exit Route

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Provision of Means of Escape

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Provision of Means of Escape

Clause B11.2

Clause C9.7

The deadend travel distance is limited to :

Where any external wall of a required staircase and its protected lobby opposing, either directly or indirectly,

(a) for Use Classifications 1 and 2 :

and within 6 m of:

(i) 24m from any point within a flat/hotel guestroom to the exit door of that flat/guestroom;

(a) the opposite side of a street;

(ii) 15m from the flat/hotel guestroom exit door to the required staircase or to a point, from which travel in different

(b) a common boundary with an adjoining site;

directions to 2 or more exits is available;

(c) any other external wall having an FRR of less than that required for the wall separating the required stair-

(b) for Use Classification 3 :

case or protected lobby concerned from the rest of the building, or other opening not protected by fixed light

(i) 12m to the protected exit or to a point, from which travel in different directions to 2 or more protected exits is available;

with an FRR of that required for the wall of the required staircase or protected lobby concerned of the same

(ii) Where balcony approach is provided to the storeys complying with Clause B10.6, 24m to the protected exit or to a

building; or

point of choice, from which travel in different directions to 2 or more protected exits is available;

(d) any other building on the same site, that part of the external wall should have an FRR of not less than that

(c) for all other Use Classifications :

required for the wall separating such required staircase or protected lobby from the remainder of the building. It

(i) 18m to the protected exit or to a point, from which travel in different directions to 2 or more exits is available; (ii) Where

should also be imperforate, unless protected by fixed light which should not occupy more than 25% of the area

balcony approach is provided to the storeys complying with Clause B10.6, 24m to the protected exit or to a point of

of the external wall of the storey in which it is located and having an FRR of not less than that of the wall or, in

choice, from which travel in different directions to 2 or more protected exits is available.

the case of the discharge point at ground storey or roof level, a fire rated door having an FRR of not less than

Diagram B2 - Internal Corridor Access

that of the wall. See Diagram C2 for illustration. Diagram C2 - Openings at the External Walls of Required Staircases and Protected Lobbies

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Detail of Fire Door

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Detail of Fire Door REVISIONS NO.

DATE

DESCRIPTION

Copyright reserved. All contents of this drawing are the exclusive property of PAL Design Consultants Ltd and should not be used or reproduced without the consent of the Designer.

All dimensions shall be verified by the contractor on site prior to the commencement of work.

L.L DESIGN LTD.

CLIENT APPROVAL

DATE

29, December, 2020

PROJECT NO. 20A-178

PROJECT NOVOHEART OFFICE

DRAWING TITLE FIRE RATED DOOR & FRAME DETAIL

SCALE AS SHOWN

DRAWN

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28, December, 2020

CHECKED

DATE

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28, December, 2020

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Fire Safety Route Plan

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Fire Safety Route Plan FE

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CONFERENCE ROOM

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Part B: Fire Strategy

Section 2 - Provisions of means of escape Subsection. B11 - Travel Distance. Subsection B4 - Assessment of occupant capacity.

1. All fire rated doors should be self-closing and comply with the requirements and have 1HR FRP and visual panel. 2. All fire rated doors should be provided with a notice on both sides stating in Chinese and English with words and characters, not less than 10mm high. 3. All fire rated doors to a required staircase forming part of protected exit and its protect lobby should remain closed other fires rated doors are allowed to be held open provided that the hold-open device can be released manually and upon actuation of a smoke detection system or the operation of a fire alarm system, designed and installed to the satisfaction of the director of fire services.

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DESCRIPTION

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2040

Part A: Fire Strategy

COO

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1240

4800

REVISIONS

SALON

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1440

FE

FE

M

BOOTH

CONFERENCE ROOM

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CFO

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COO

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ROOM 1

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S

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ROOM 2

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ROOM 3

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COLLABORATION AREA FE

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PRINT STATION

FA

Brand Concept/ Vision

1930

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MEETING ROOM

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1240

1600

SALON

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1200

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MUSEUM SPACE

RECEPTION AND CONCIERGE TABLE

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PANTRY

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1500

FE

22.5M

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EXIT 1500

20K UPS

1350

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ROOM 6

CRAC

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STORAGE

0

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FIRE DOOR

550 1050

EXIT 1500

H.R

S

S

ROOM 5

2800

RACK 5

battery

RACK 3

RACK 4

1650

FIRE DOOR S

RACK 1

Cable Frame

RACK 2

Cable Frame

BAR

PANTRY

FE

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EXISTING SERVER ROOM

1950

FE

PANTRY

TX

21.8M

MEETING ROOM S

BAR

FE

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H.R

Brand Concept/ Vision

2420

COMMUNAL TABLE

2000

S

S

22.5M

All dimensions shall be verified by the contractor on site prior to the commencement of work.

COMMUNAL TABLE

MINGLE S

1500

COMMUNAL TABLE

1430

COMMUNAL TABLE

1440

FE

Copyright reserved. All contents of this drawing are the exclusive property of PAL Design Consultants Ltd and should not be used or reproduced without the consent of the Designer.

ROOM 4

FE

FA

RECEPTION AND CONCIERGE TABLE

MUSEUM SPACE S

S

20.5M

EXIT 1500

H.R

CLIENT APPROVAL F.H 1700

FIRE DOOR

FIRE DOOR

DATE

2800

2800

29, December, 2020

FIRE DOOR

PROJECT NO.

2025

FIRE DOOR

20A-178

PROJECT

F.H

F.H 1700

1700

NOVOHEART OFFICE

2025

1650

2025

1500

FIRE DOOR 1650

2825

1650 1500

1500

DRAWING TITLE

FIRE DOOR

FIRE DOOR

FIRE SAFETY ROUTE PLAN

2825

2825

FIRE DOOR

FIRE DOOR

FIRE DOOR

EXIT

EXIT

EXIT

SCALE

LEGEND LEGEND FA

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FIRE ALARM

FE

SMOKE DETECTOR

EXIT

EMERGENCY LIGHTING

FIRE EXTINGUISHER EXIT SIGN FIRE SPRINKLER

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FA

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NOT TO SCALE

FIRE ALARM

FE

SMOKE DETECTOR

EXIT

EMERGENCY LIGHTING

FIRE EXTINGUISHER EXIT SIGN FIRE SPRINKLER

DRAWN

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28, December, 2020

CHECKED

DATE

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28, December, 2020

DRAWING NO. P-01

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Barrier Free Access

Division 4 - ACCESS ROUTE

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Barrier Free Access

Figure 6C – Examples of Details of Tactile Warning Tiles / Blocks

12. Requirements for Access Route Width 1 )The clear width of an access route shall be not less than 1050 mm. Free from Barriers 2) Such access shall be free from protrusion hazards, steps, kerbs other than dropped kerbs, steep ramps, doors or doorways which will impede the passage of a wheelchair, or other form of barrier which will prevent access by persons with a disability. Surface 3) The surface of an access route shall be firm. 13. Tactile Guide Path For categories of buildings as required in Table 2, such access shall be provided with a tactile guide path as illustrated in Figures 6A and 6B. Examples of specification of tactile tile/block are shown in Figure 6C.

Figure 6A - Tactile Guide Paths at Building Entrances Figure 6B – Typical Tactile Guide Path Junction Linking up with Initial Access on the Lot Boundary and Interior Facilities

Three kinds of tactile tiles/blocks as shown in Figure 6C are commonly used in constructing a tactile guide path : i) Directional Tile/Block This has parallel raised bars for guiding the users along an intended safe path. ii) Hazard Warning Tile/Block This has raised big dots (35mm in diameter) arranged in square grid parallel to the sides of the slab for indication of potential hazards ahead. This type of tile/block could be used alone to form tactile warning strips at the top and bottom ends of staircase or ramps, and at dropped kerb. iii) Positional Tile/Block This has raised small dots (23mm in diameter) placed in staggered positions for indication of possible change in walking directions.

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Equality and Diversity

Section 4 - Project Audit

Equality and Diversity

Personal

Ethnicity

Education

Gender

Relationship

Characteristics

Politics

Growth Environment

Culture

Media

Fair

Empathy

Sympathy

Thinking Repeatedly

Values

Causes Unconscious Bias Equality & Diversity

Peer Influence

Overcome Issues

Open Minded

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Section 4 - Project Audit

Room Data Sheets

Area Name : Reception

COO 13.7 M²

CFO 11 M²

Area Size : 40m2

BAR

Section 4 - Project Audit

CEO 21 M²

ROOM 3

ROOM 2

ROOM 1

CONFERENCE ROOM

Document Revision : 00

Room Data Sheets

BOOTH

ROOM 4

COLLABORATION AREA PRINT STATION

Level : 18/F Ceiling Height : 3000mm SALON COMMUNAL TABLE Prototypes

MINGLE MUSEUM SPACE

COMMUNAL TABLE

COMMUNAL TABLE

COMMUNAL TABLE

RECEPTION AND CONCIERGE TABLE

TO LAB.

PANTRY

FEATURE WALL TX

FM200

Experience

0

ROOM 5

1650

ROOM 6

20K UPS

RACK 5

battery

RACK 3

PANTRY

RACK 4

TO LAV.

SIGNAGE

Cable Frame

RACK 1

Cable Frame

BAR

RACK 2

MEETING ROOM (FOR LAB.)

CRAC

STORAGE

ENTRANCE

EXIT

EXISTING SERVER ROOM

Brand Concept/ Vision

EXIT

Material Schedule

Ceiling Schedule

Description

FL-01

Vinyl Flooring Model Code : Paint Wood-PWT2393

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Material Code

Image

Specification

Supplier

Product Code

Description

Size : W180 x L1260mm T.H.K : 3mm Friction Coefficient Slipperiness : R10

TOLI Corporation

MT-01

Ceiling Panel

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Metal Mesh W/. Black Coating

By Contractor

Color : Matt White, 4000K Remote LED 0-10V Linear dimmable Driver

By Contractor

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GL-01

Tempered Frosted Glass Model : RFAE08G2G2

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T.H.K : 8mm

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Timber Pattern Laminate Model Code : Celio Noce Vida-WY1261D

Size : W1220 x L2440mm Finish : Dri-matt Grains : Crowns

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701. 2 QUEENS ROAD WEST. SHEUNG WAN. HONG KONG.

LAMITAK

LT-01

LED Strip 10W/M, Colour inNOVOHEART 2700K, 24VA, CRI 90+ PROJECT NAME:

LED Strip

PROJECT ADDRESS:

APM, HK

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PROJECT NO:

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LM-02

Concrete Pattern Laminate Model Code : Tadao ConcreteDXN5323X

Size : W1220 x L2440mm Finish : Textured

LAMITAK

LM-03

Solid Colour Laminate Model Code : Tropical Blue-2828

Size : W1220 x L2440mm Finish : Matte

Formica

LM-04

Timber Pattern Laminate Model Code : Chipboard-DH308

Size : W1220 x L2440mm Finish : Supper Matte / Anti-Fingerprint

TOPPAL

SS-01

Stainless Steel (Black) Grade : 304

Stainless Steel in Hairline Finish W/. Anti-Fingerprint Process T.H.K : 1.5mm

By Contractor

DRAWING NO:

19A175-D-P-P01 REV:

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SCALE:

1:125

ISSUED DATE:

26/06/2020 DRAWING BY:

KL

DO NOT SCALE DRAWING. DIMENSIONS TO BE COMFIRMED ON SITE. COPYRIGHT OF THIS DRAWING IS RESERVED BY 4N. CONTRACTOR TO SUBMIT ALL MATERIAL SAMPLES FOR APPROVAL.

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Section 4 - Project Audit

CDM Risk Assessment Data Sheets

Reference List

Project Title : NovoHeart Office

https://www.as-hk.com/

Construction safety officer responsibilities :

http://zcp.cic.hk/eng/home https://www.hab.gov.hk/en/policy_responsibilities/Kai_Tak_Sports_Park/files/p17-02e.pdf https://www.highspeedtraining.co.uk/hub/types-of-unconscious-bias/

- Continuous inspection of project sites, to ensure a hazard-free - Assessment and approval of subcontractor safety plans - Verification of tools and equipment to ensure good quality - Promoting safe practices on site - Creating and enforcing safety guidelines and programs - Conducting investigations on accidents - Assisting with the preparation of a construction health and safety plan

Hazard

1

2

3

4

Low Risk

Hazard

5 High Risk

Remaining Hazards

Action to be Taken

Reference Image

Skin burn injury

1

Welder or worker is affected for welding metal structure or metal ramp. Welder must be equipped with PPE. All welders have attended the welder training from approved.

Fire and electrical shock

1

During the welding process, there is some flammable substance (paper, thinner) or welding on a wet floor. No flammable substance, no paper near the welding area and equipped with a fire extinguisher. Welding warning signs, PPE and a clean welding environment is a must. All welders have been attending the welder training from an approved agent.

Head injury can be cause during demolition

4

Correctly wear safety helmets to avoid head injury. Safety helmets require proper maintenance. Safety helmets must be approved standards.

Heavy dust pollution construction by construction

4

Wear appropriate respiratory protective equipment, such as an 3M particulate respirator 8511, N95 80 EA/Case. Provide a break for the workers. Provide the waters of the workers.

During demolition sharp objects piercing the sole or body of the shoe

2

Wearing appropriate safety footwear is one easy and effective way. You must wear safety footwear of a suitable size. You must not alter the structure of the safety footwear yourself. Regularly clean your safety footwear. In addition, the soles safety shoes must also be cleaned regularly to avoid the build-up of drime. This is because the grime on and texture of the sole of footwear can affect the electrical conductivity of the soles and may also reduce their anti-slip properties.

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