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BIM Execution Plan & NBS Specifications

BIM

NBS

Lianne Grosvenor


BIM

1.0 BIM Project Manual


Table of Contents 1. Project Information 1.1 Project Description 1.2 Project Scope 1.3 BIM Co-Ordinate 1.4 Key stakeholders 2. Naming Conventions 2.1 File Name and Save Location 2.2 Worksets 2.3 Grid & Level Conventions 2.4 Sheet & Layout Conventions 3. Collaborative Working and Protocols. 3.1 Project Coordinates 3.2 Clash Detection 5. Conclusion, Issuing of Information Barracks Square BIM EXECUTION PLAN This document sets out the required project delivery process utilising BIM. It describes key steps from inception through to project completion and highlights specific BIM activities, workflow and responsibilities to successfully deliver the project BIM objectives

Revision control Issue date: 01.06.2016 Issue reference: 2151-A-4100


1.1 Project Name and information:

Barracks Square Project Size & Location: Total Gross External Area = 24,455m² / 273996 Gloucester Gaol, Barrack Square, Gloucester, GL1 2JN

Developer: City & Country Bentfield Place Bentfield Road Telephone: 01279 817 882 Fax: 01279 817 883 Email: info@cityandcountry.co.uk Website: http://www.cityandcountry.co.uk/ Occupier: Baltic Creative Management Suite, Baltic Creative Campus, 49 Jamaica Street, Liverpool L1 0AH Telephone: +44(0) 151 708 284

Proposed site


1.2 Project Scope The proposed building will consist of flexible co-working office facilities with a public open space on the ground floor consisting of canteen, shops and exhibit space. The total floor area of approximately 2400m2. The budget will be approximately for construction and fit out. Construction is anticipated to commence in the summer of 2016. From prison to Creative Business Hub, Barracks Square resolves a series of technological and design challenges including the sensitive integration and re-use of five Grade II and Grade II* listed buildings. Modern contemporary design will be combined with the existing urban fabric to create 2400m2 of flexible office space with a range of facilities open to the public: canteen, retail and exhibition space. Reflecting the traditional red brick construction of the prison, the development features a modern interpretation of the imposing prison walls. The Project inspires to create a landmark within Gloucester whilst, also providing an avenue to connect two sides of the city, the recent regenerated Docks and the city centre. The scheme will also have special emphasis on the experiences within in the office environment and will explore Biophilia design to create surroundings that benefits our wellbeing and productivity. Connecting with the natural world can impact how we feel and how we experience our environment. The design shall provide opportunities to take benefits of nature by including space that allows users to engage or view nature.


1.3 BIM Coordinator Lianne Grosvenor 092, Blenheim Halls St Ann’s Hill, Nottingham Nottingham NG3 4LG Coordinator Responsibilities: Responsibilities

Activities

Examples

Information Management

Enable reliable information exchange through a common data environment Maintain and retain information in to the information model. Enable Integration and co-ordination of information within information Model Configure information for project Outputs.

Inputting manufacturer information into families. Ensure information transferred to structural model is correct and has been corrected correct. I.e. A Revit model to Archibald

Project Delivery Management

Assure delivery of information exchanges. Confirm suppliers ability to deliver information requirements

Developing and implementing the project BIM execution plan

Lead Designer

Co-ordinate delivery of all design information . Manage information development and information approvals . Confirm Design deliverables. Overall lead for configuration management

Take responsibility and provide plan of action for each stage... Refer to image below.

Task Team Manger

Production of design outputs related to a compliance with standards and methods

Create check list to ensure quality control and standards are withheld.

Task Information manager

Direct production of task information in compliance with standards and methods. Direct the production of task information using agreed systems

Interface manger

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Manage spatial co-ordination on behalf of a task team Propose resolutions Table of Contents 1. Project Information 1.1 Project Description 1.2 Project Scope 1.3 BIM Coordinator 1.4 Key stakeholders 2. Naming Conventions 2.1 File Name and Save Location 2.2 Worksets 2.3 Grid & Level Conventions 2.4 Sheet & Layout Conventions 3. Collaborative Working and Protocols 3.1 Project Coordinates 3.2 Clash Detection 5. Conclusion, Issuing of Information Appendix 1- Drawing Register’s Appendix 2- Drawing package co-ordination clashes

Walls & column clashes. Solve issues.


1.4 Key stakeholders

BIM Coordinator

IES analysis

Autodesk Revit

Main Contractor

Simpson Associates Consulting Engineers Clarke, Nicholls & Marcel Ltd Barbour Consulting Limited

Vectorworks Archicad (Graphisoft) Ecotect

Lianne G- AT Student

REVIT , Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word

Kings Builder, Gloucester

AutoCAD, REVIT Viewer

Microsoft Office

M&E Consultant

REVIT, IES, Lumion

Autodesk Ecotect

Civil Engineer

Lianne G- AT Student

ARCHICAD

Structural Engineer

Primary BIM / Viewing Software Used

Vector works

Architect

Company Name

Lumion

Role


2.1 File Name and Save Location The file naming convention of this project will be: 1515-P-Gloucester, Barracks Square This refers to: 1515 =Project Number P =Type of Drawing Package (I.e. Planning) Gloucester, =Location of Project Barracks Square=Project Name Document Storage Documents will be saved within separate drawing folder that will be named accordingly with Project Number, Project Location and Project Name I.e. 1515Gloucester, Barracks Square

The File Location is: E:\Project Files\1515-Gloucester, Barracks Square\3- Drawings


2.2 Worksets

The file naming convention of this project will be: 2100-A-Ceiling This refers to: 2100 = Project number A = discipline. For example Architect, Structural, M&E and Sustainable, Ceiling = Workset name


2.3 Grid & Level Conventions All Grids and Levels are to have a labelling convention. Levels The naming convention for Levels is will include a master drawings which will not be allocated to sheet. Drawings will be dependent on the master drawings. Labelling of levels within drawings will be indicated by the naming convections. Naming convections will be carried through all disciplines therefore will indicate levels by drawing number. Level Names Top of Foundation Ground Floor Level First Floor Level Second Floor Level Roof Floor Level

Drawing Numbering 200 210 220 230 240

Grid Lines The naming convention for Grids levels for Barracks square will use the sections of the building to establish by the sections of building. Refer drawing below. Refer to technical drawings package.


2.4 Sheet & Layout Conventions Naming Conventions Example of project Naming Convection will be; ‘1515-A-200’ 1515- Project reference Number /A=Type of Drawing/200=Drawing/Document reference The Naming Convention will proceed with Project number which identify the project. The number refer to the section on fileserver where the documents are filed. Documents within project will have separate drawing number. In Barracks Square Project numbers will refer to different drawing packages i.e. Planning, Architectural, and Mechanical & Electrical. (For More information please refer to Appendix 1 for drawing registers.) 1515-P2151-A3151-S4151-M5151-E6151-S7151-C8151-E-

Planning D Architectural Structural Mechanical Electrical Security & Access +CPD Specialised Details (Cladding) Environmental/Sustainable Strategy

Document Numbering Drawings Site

Proposed Building

Details Schedules

Supporting Documents

01-99 100-199

Survey and Location Site layout, setting Out, External works & landscaping

200-299 300-399 600-699 700-799 800-899 900-999 1000-1999 3000

General Arrangement Plans (GA) Setting Out Elevations Sections 3d Visualisation Presentation documents. i.e. Poster Details Door Schedule, Window schedule, Finishes Schedule, Sanitary Schedule, Colour Schedule, Accommodation Schedule NBS Specifications, manufacturer documents, Survey Information

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2.5 Data Entry

Object Naming Conventions: This is obligatory to facilitate the management and organisation of the project data in a structured way. Family Name: Author_Classification_ObjectType_Description Type Name: Description of type Identity Data Fields: The completion of the following fields are to be completed Type Comments: For additional Info / notes(detailed description of item) Model: Use as applicable manufacturerr: Use as applicable Keynote: NBS Building reference Description: Revit notes for tagging to drawing Type Mark: For filtering information within Revit


3.1 Collaborative Working And Protocols

Project Location Taken at Gridline Intersection 1-A at top of Ground Floor slab. (Project level should be +0.00 at this level) 3D Datum Coordinates

Easting

Northing

Level

51.865

-2.25227

11300


3.2 Clash Detection

It is to be agreed between the design team that clash Detection / Interference Checks are to be undertaken at every 3 week These schedules will be produced and then reviewed and any actions required are to be dealt with Clash reports/Excel Sheet to be provided or included with the BEP document. Colour code the schedule to identify the propriety: Low (blue), Medium (Amber), High (Red), Action cleared (Green)

Clash Detection Found is on timber that intersects my floor. Floor type changes at this point. With the concreate slab level with ground floor.


4.0 Energy Analysis & Further Development

For my project, I have decided to focus my attention to Human comfort of office workers within proposed office space. This will include light analysis, glare, Thermal comfort and the Thermal mass properties of the building at different seasons. Energy Analysis

Investigations

Thermal

Thermal comfort within Office space, Solar Gain, Thermal Proprieties in Summer and Winter

Light

Method/ Software

IES – IES allow to establish people satisfied as indicated below shows potential diagram. Thermal mass properties can analysed within software. Video can be made to show changes heat through the year. Light levels through building. REVIT -Within I will use Revit Investigate potential glare to illuminance analysis of view where office workers potential office seating will be located. This can establish Light levels and potential glare within building.


4.1 Implementing The Light Analysis

Due to time constraints within the project and lack of software knowledge of advanced software's. The main form of analysis I did was illuminance. The images on this page show how the illuminance images represented light within the building. For details of how this influenced the design, see design development document.


RIBA PLAN OF WORKS IN RELATION TO BIM

Part of any project and application of BIM is the relationship to the RIBA plan of works and the associated data drops. These are crucial points where information supposed to be issued for the contractual agreements between the client, the design team and the contractor. The dates where these are issued varies on all projects, but usually relate to key parts of the plan of work.

The key points where a data drop occurs is: 1. The preparation stage – where the pre BIM plan is devised and the client is notified and explained the full process 2. The design stage – begin the data sharing process between the different stakeholders to monitor clashes in design and develop the 3d architectural building model 3. Pre-construction – BIM now steps in more for scheduling and issuing of quantity data, contractual agreements and construction phase planning 4. Construction – as the project is erected. It starts to develop a more backseat role that simply updates and resolves construction issues and variations to contractual agreements 5. Post completion – the BIM process is now simply data collation and issuing of performance monitoring and analysis for future project reference


BIM APPLICATION CONCLUSIONS

How has BIM influenced the development of my project? BIM has provided features for approaching analysis of the proposed building in context by allowing it to recreate protected views from the cathedral without actually visiting the site or having to gain access to the higher levels of the protected building. The ease of using BIM through Revit linking with a sketch up model of the city, Meant that I could quickly make form and design changes and visualise how it would effect the local cityscape and vernacular.

My research was about the effects of Biophilia on workforce which partly concluded that natural light has a significant positive influence to peoples workplace health and wellbeing. Therefore BIM also allowed me to easily see how small changes could increase or decrease the amount of natural light penetration into the building. This was key to the additional of my atrium into the building (see design development) What are the limitations?

Key to my design was the sloped walls on the external faรงade of the building. This can be easily modelled with the software through massing but energy and thermal analysis only recognizes vertical wall surfaces/spaces. This meant that result is got from energy modelling were not accurate and/or were inconclusive, as the software could easily define the sloped walls as surfaces to analyse. This meant for BIM in terms of energy analysis, it was not easy to control. For future projects, I will endeavour to use vertical walls and minimise the sloped walls as much as possible so as to have more control over the building analysis and modelling.


NBS

2.0 NBS Specifications


Scope The site is a Brownfield site and was previously Gloucester’s prison. The proposed works requires the demolition of the unused prison buildings. This section will explain the methods used to survey of the site. The site has potential archaeological interest and possible burial of prisoners on the site. Legislation PLANNING (LISTED BUILDINGS AND CONSERVATION AREA’S) ACT SECTION 7: CONTROL OF WORKS IN RESPECT OF LISTED BUILDINGS SECTION74: CONTROL OF DEMOLITION IN CONSERVATION AREAS PLANNING AND COMPENSATION SECTION 13: DEMOLITION OF BUILDINGS BUILDING ACT AND PLANNING PERMISSION SECTION 80: NOTICE OF LOCAL AUTHORITY OF INTENDED DEMOLITION CONSTRUCTION (DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT) REGULATIONS REGULATION 21: NOTIFICATION OF PROJECT REGULATION 29: DEMOLITION OR DISMANTLING REGULATION 33: REPORTS OF INSPECTIONS BRE Environment assessment (BREEAM) The BREEAM awards a credit in recognition of detailed site investigation carried out to ensure the building account for the site conditions and the remedial actions required is taken. Summary Please refer to stage one document for site investigation and surveys, The site has high local interest and historical interest with serval buildings are listed. The site is located within conservation area and proposed regeneration area referred within local development Plan. Possible scheduled ancient monument status if findings of roman remains are found on site. Site has distinguishing local architectural characteristics of red brick walls. Site of Archaeological Interest. Refer to BREEAM Assessment for further details.

Referenced Documents BRITISH STANDARD INSTITUTION (BSI) BUILDING RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT (BRE) ROYAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS (RIBA) BDA MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR SHEETS 4.1, 4.2 AND 4.3


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Site Survey

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PRELIMINARY SURVEY Qualification of Survey Author: Must be adequately qualified with association to the wildlife Trust consultancies. Area to be surveyed: As indicated in Plan ( refer to site boundary line) Objectivise: Survey possible BREEAM model award a credit in development to increase wildlife features of land. Methodology: Reference Data:

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SITE SURVEY Qualification of Survey Author: Must be adequately qualified with association to the wildlife Trust consultancies. Area to be surveyed: As indicated in Plan ( refer to site boundary line) Objectivise: Survey possible BREEAM model award a credit in development to increase wildlife features of land. Methodology: Reference Data:

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ASSESSMENT SURVEY Qualification of Survey Author: Must be adequately qualified with association to the wildlife Trust consultancies. Area to be surveyed: As indicated in Plan ( refer to site boundary line) Objectivise: Survey possible BREEAM model award a credit in development to increase wildlife features of land. Methodology: Reference Data:

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ECOLOGICAL SURVEY Qualification of Survey Author: Must be adequately qualified with association to the wildlife Trust consultancies. Area to be surveyed: As indicated in Plan ( refer to site boundary line) Objectivise: Survey possible BREEAM model award a credit in development to increase wildlife features of land.


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EXTENT OF DECONSTRUCTION/DEMOLITION Qualification of Survey Author: Must be adequately qualified with association to the wildlife Trust consultancies. Area to be surveyed: As indicated in Plan ( refer to site boundary line) Objectivise: Survey possible BREEAM model award a credit in development to increase wildlife features of land. Methodology: Reference Data:


C20 Demolition Scope: Before starting deconstruction/ demolition work, examine available information, and carry out a survey of: - the structure or structures to be deconstructed/ demolished, - the site on which the structure or structures stand, and - the surrounding area. 110 DESK STUDY/SURVEY General: Subject to retention requirements specified elsewhere, deconstruct/ demolish structures down to as shown on drawings.

120 EXTENT OF DECONSTRUCTION General: Subject to retention requirements specified elsewhere, deconstruct/ demolish structures down to as shown on drawings. 125 LOCATION OF SERVICES Services affected by the Works: Locate and mark positions. 130 GROUNDWORKS Before starting deconstruction/ demolition arrange with the appropriate authorities for disconnection of services owned by those authorities and removal of associated fittings and equipment and or make safe. 140 BENCHMARKS Unrecorded bench marks and other survey information: Give notice when found. Do not remove marks or destroy the fabric on which they are found. 150 FEATURES TO BE RETAINED Keep in place and protect the following: listed walls and archeologically finds.

SERVICES AFFECTED BY DECONSTRUCTION/DEMOLITION 210SERVICES REGULATIONS General: Locate, disconnect and seal disused foul and surface water drains. : Permanent, and within the site 220 LOCATION OF SERVICES General: Locate, disconnect and seal disused foul and surface water drains. : Permanent, and within the site

240 DISCONNECTION OF DRAINS General: Locate, disconnect and seal disused foul and surface water drains. : Permanent, and within the site


DECONSTRUCTION/DEMOLITION WORK

340HEALTH HAZARDS Precautions: Prevent fire and/ or explosion caused by gas and/ or vapour from tanks, pipes, etc. Dust: Reduce by periodically spraying with an appropriate wetting agent, or contain. Lead dust: Submit method statement for control, containment and clean-up regimes. Site operatives and general public: Protect from vibration, dangerous fumes and dust arising during the course of the Works. 360 STRUCTURES TO BE RETAINED Extent: Those parts of the building not required to be removed for alteration. Parts which are to be kept in place: Protect. Interface between retained structures and deconstruction/ demolition: Cut away and strip out with care to minimize making good. 370 PARTLY DECONSTRUCTED/DEMOLISHED STRUCTURES General: Leave partly in a stable condition, with adequate temporary support at each stage to prevent risk of uncontrolled collapse. Make secure outside working hours. Temporary works: Prevent overloading due to debris. Access: Prevent access by unauthorized persons. 390 ASBESTOS-CONTAINING MATERIALS – KNOWN OCCURENCES General: Materials containing asbestos are known to be present in the structure(s) to be demolished in the following locations: See report & inspect Asbestos Register & sign. Removal: By contractor licensed by the Health and Safety Executive, and prior to other works starting in these locations. ASBESTOS-CONTAINING MATERIALS – UNKNOWN OCCURENCES Discovery: Give notice immediately of suspected asbestos-containing materials when discovered during deconstruction/ demolition work. Avoid disturbing such materials. Removal: Submit statutory risk assessments and details of proposed methods for safe removal.


410 UNFORESEEN HAZARDS Discovery: Give notice immediately when hazards, such as unrecorded voids, tanks, chemicals, are discovered during deconstruction/ demolition. Removal: Submit details of proposed methods for filling, removal, etc. 450 SITE CONDITION AT COMPLETION Debris: Clear away and leave the site tidy, repair any damage caused during contract on completion. Special requirements: Planting and fencing as agreed drawing. MATERIALS ARISING 511 EMPLOYER PROPERTY 195 RECYCLED MATERIALS Materials arising from deconstruction/ demolition work: Can be recycled or reused elsewhere in the project, subject to compliance with the appropriate specification and in accordance with any site waste management plan.


D Groundwork

This section includes the following: Filling holes and exaction of services Hard-core layers Geothermal pile Consents and Approvals BUILDING ON CONTAMINATED LAND SECTION 7: CONTROL OF WORKS IN RESPECT OF LISTED BUILDINGS SECTION74: CONTROL OF DEMOLITION IN CONSERVATION AREAS SHRINKAGE SOILS SECTION 13: DEMOLITION OF BUILDINGS EXCAVATION SECTION 80: NOTICE OF LOCAL AUTHORITY OF INTENDED DEMOLITION FILL REGULATION 21: NOTIFICATION OF PROJECT REGULATION 29: DEMOLITION OR DISMANTLING Use of recycled Materials Regulation 21: Notification of project Regulation 29: Demolition or dismantling Health, Safety and Environmental Issues Regulation 21: Notification of project Referenced Documents BRITISH STANDARD INSTITUTION (BSI) BUILDING RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT (BRE) ROYAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS (RIBA) HEALTH AND SAFETY EXECUTIVE (HSE) HIGHWAYS AGENCY (HA) BDA MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR SHEETS 4.1, 4.2 AND 4.3 WASTE AND RESOURCE ACTION PLAN (WRAP)


D20 Excavating and filling 110 SITE INVESTIGATION Clear site of rubbish and vegetation. Grub up large roots. Arising's: Remove from site. CLEARANCE/EXAVATING 168 Clear site of rubbish and vegetation. Arising's: Remove from site.

SITE CLEARANCE

220 STRIPPING TOPSOIL General: Excavate from areas where there will be re-grading or construction work. Depth of removal: As Contract drawings. 270 FOUNDATIONS GENERALLY Requirement: Where excavations are close; complete all work including backfilling to the lower excavation before the higher excavation is made. Backfill material: Up to higher excavations formation level: Hard-core or crushed stone filling. Above higher excavations formation level: Hard-core filling as Contract Drawing. 285 STEPS IN FOUNDATION FORMATIONS Depth of formation below ground level (minimum): As drawing. Step dimensions: Distance between steps (minimum): 1.5m. Height of step (maximum): 225mm. Length of overlap (minimum): 450mm.

330 UNRECORDED FEATURES Recorded foundations, beds, drains, etc.: Break out and seal off drain ends. Remove contaminated earth. Unrecorded foundations, beds, basements, filling, tanks, service pipes, drains, etc.: Give notice. 360 EXCESS EXCAVATIONS Excavation taken wider than required: Backfill as clause 60 . Excavation taken deeper than required: Backfill with lean mix concrete .


DISPOSAL OF MATERAILS

410 EXCAVATED TOPSOIL MATERIAL Topsoil: Remove from site. Remaining material: Remove from site. 450 WATER General: Keep excavations free from water until foundations and below ground constructions are completed. FILING 500 PROPOSED FILL MATERIALS Excavations and areas to be filled: Free from loose soil, rubbish and standing water. Freezing conditions: Do not use frozen materials or materials containing ice. Do not place fill on frozen surfaces. Fill against structures, membranes or buried services: Place and compact in a sequence and manner which will ensure stability and avoid damage. 520 FROST SUSCEPTIBILITY General: Except as allowed below, fill must be non-frost-susceptible as defined in Highways Agency 'Specification for Highway Works', clause 801.17. Frost-susceptible fill: Use only within the external walls of buildings below spaces that will be heated. Protect from frost during construction. 710 HARDCORE FILLING Fill: Granular material, free from harmful matter and excessive dust or clay, well graded, all pieces less than 75 mm in any direction, and in any one layer only one of the following: Crushed hard rock or quarry waste. Crushed concrete, brick or tile, free from plaster. Gravel or hogging. Filling: Spread and level both backfilling and general filling in layers not exceeding 150 mm. Thoroughly compact each layer. 730 BLINDING Surfaces to receive sheet overlays or concrete: Blind with: Concrete where shown on drawings; or Sand, fine gravel, or other approved fine material applied to provide a closed smooth surface. Permissible deviation on surface level: +0 -25 mm.


E IN SITU CONCRETE/LARGE PRECAST CONCRETE

Scope the proposed works will constructed using in-situ concreate. This section will include structural and in situ concreate: General structural Requirements Mixing/casting/curing in insitu concrete Sprayed ion insitu concrete Formwork Reinforcement Designed joints General guidance IN SITU CONSTRUCTION SECTION 7: CONTROL OF WORKS IN RESPECT OF LISTED BUILDINGS SECTION74: CONTROL OF DEMOLITION IN CONSERVATION AREAS CONCREATE STANDARDS BS EN 206 AND BS 8500 FORMED FINISHES RECYCLED CONTENT SECTION 13: DEMOLITION OF BUILDINGS Health and Safety Regulation 21: Notification of project Referenced Documents BRITISH CEMENT ASSOCIATION (BCA) BRITISH STANDARD INSTITUTION (BSI) CONCREATE SOCIETY


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In situ Concrete

CONCRETE 101SPECIFICATION Concrete generally: To BS 8500-2. Exchange of information: Provide concrete producer with information required by BS 8500 1, clauses 4 and 5. 105 DESIGNATED CONCRETEGROUND FLOOR SLAB Designation: FND2. Fibres: Not required. Aggregates: Size (maximum): 20 mm. Coarse recycled aggregates: Not permitted. Additional aggregate requirements: Rounded coarse aggregate. Special requirements for cement/ combinations: Designation IIA or IIIA. Consistence class: Contractor's choice. Chloride class: Normal. Admixtures: Concrete producer's choice. Additional mix requirements: None. 110 BASIC DESIGNATED CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS • Designation: FND3Z. • Coarse recycled aggregates: Not permitted. • Consistence class: Contractors choice. • Additional requirements: Submit proposals. 170 PROPRIETARY SELF COMPACTING CONCRETE Manufacture: Tarmac Web: www.tarmac.com Tel:+44 (0)121 787 5025 Product reference: Agilia force self-compacting concrete Product Features: Maintenance of fluidity:≥ 1 hours. Compressive strength at 28 days:≥ 20–40 N/mm² (or to customer’s specification). Drying shrinkage at 28 days < 0.055 mm/m.n Minimum thickness:75 mm. Aggregates size (maximum):10-20 mm. 215 READY-MIXED CONCRETE Adjustments to suit construction process: Determine with concrete producer. Maintain conformity to the specification.


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Formwork for in situ concrete

172 FIXING PERMANT STEEL SHUTTERING - FORMWORK General: Accurately and robustly constructed to produce finished concrete to the required dimensions. Formed surfaces: Free from twist and bow with intersections, lines and angles square, plumb and true. Joints between forms and completed work: Prevent loss of grout and formation of steps. Holes and chases: Form with inserts or box out as required. 215 UNDERSLAB INSULATION Manufacturer: As Structural drawings 3515-S-1000 Product reference: As manufacturers. Thickness: Under slab: As Structural drawings 3515-S-1000 Edge slab: As Structural drawings 3515-S-1000. CONSTRUCTION 310 ACCURACY General: Accurately and robustly constructed to produce finished concrete to the required dimensions. Formed surfaces: Free from twist and bow with intersections, lines and angles square, plumb and true. Joints between forms and completed work: Prevent loss of grout and formation of steps. Holes and chases: Form with inserts or box out as required. 315 SUBSTRUCTURE FORMWORK AND UNDERSLAB INSULATION General: Accurately and robustly constructed to produce finished concrete to the required dimensions. 320 JOINTS IN FORM General: Accurately and robustly constructed to produce finished concrete to the required dimensions. 330 INSERTY, HOLES AND CHASES General: Accurately and robustly constructed to produce finished concrete to the required dimensions. FORMED FINSHES 610 BASIC FINISH Adjustments to suit construction process: Determine with concrete producer. Maintain conformity to the specification 630 SPECIAL FINISH Adjustments to suit construction process: Determine with concrete producer. Maintain conformity to the specification


E30Reinforcement for in situ concrete 210 Standard: To BS 4483. Strength grade: B500B.

STANDARD FABRIC REINFORCEMENT OVERSITE SLAB

140 PLAIN BAR REINFORCEMENT At time of placing concrete: Free from corrosive pitting, loose mill scale, loose rust and contaminants which may adversely affect the reinforcement, concrete, or bond between the two. Refer to structural drawing package. 451 FIXING REINFORCEMENT Standard: To BS 7973-1 and -2. Installation: Provide adequate support, tie securely and maintain the specified cover. Tying wire: 16 gauge black annealed. Prevent intrusion into the concrete cover. E41 Worked Finishes to in situ concrete 150 FINISHING Timing: Carry out at optimum times in relation to setting and hardening of concrete. Prohibited treatments to surfaces: Wetting to assist surface working. Sprinkling cement. 240 WOOD FLOATED FINISH Surface on completion: Even, with no ridges or steps. To be used on walls. Board Mark finish 320 TROWELLED FINISH â&#x20AC;˘ Surface on completion: Uniform, smooth but not polished, free from trowel marks and blemishes, and suitable to receive specified flooring material.


F

MASONRY

Scope proposed work will used innovative brick walling solution for the majority of the proposed faรงade. workmanship specifications Damp proof course General guidance STANDARDS SECTION 7: CONTROL OF WORKS IN RESPECT OF LISTED BUILDINGS SECTION74: CONTROL OF DEMOLITION IN CONSERVATION AREAS CLAY BRICKS BS EN 206 AND BS 8500 MORTAR BREAM SECTION 13: DEMOLITION OF BUILDINGS Health and Safety Regulation 21: Notification of project Referenced Documents BRICK DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION (BDA) BRITISH STANDARDS INSTITUTION (BSI) BUILDING RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT (BRE) PRESS


F

MASONRY

Scope proposed work will used innovative brick walling solution for the majority of the proposed faรงade. workmanship specifications Damp proof course General guidance STANDARDS SECTION 7: CONTROL OF WORKS IN RESPECT OF LISTED BUILDINGS SECTION74: CONTROL OF DEMOLITION IN CONSERVATION AREAS CLAY BRICKS BS EN 206 AND BS 8500 MORTAR BREAM SECTION 13: DEMOLITION OF BUILDINGS Health and Safety Regulation 21: Notification of project Referenced Documents BRICK DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION (BDA) BRITISH STANDARDS INSTITUTION (BSI) BUILDING RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT (BRE) PRESS


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Brick/ Block Walling

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CLAY FACING BRICKWORK Bricks: To BS EN 771-1. Manufacturer: Coleford Facing Bricks

Product reference: Red Saxon Handmade Bricks Recycled content: None permitted. Special shapes; As detailed on drawings 7515-C-1000 Type1: Type2: Mortar: As section Z21. Standard: To BS EN 998-2. Mix: 1:1:6 cement: lime:sand. Bond: To match existing prison. Joints: Bucket Handle Manufacture Website: http://www.colefordbrick.co.uk/ 230 RECLAIMED BRICK FACING BRICKWORK FOR SURFACE FINISH CONCREATE SLABS Bricks to be reused from demolition of prison to be used with concreate slab as aspects Condition: free from motor. Not required to be whole

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CLAY COMMON BRICKWORK

Bricks Slips: To BS EN 771-1. Manufacture: Ibstock Ltd Product Reference: Kingston Handmade Light Red BRICK SLIP Ibstock Code: 4357 Type: Handmade Facing Description: Sandfaced Dry Slip Weight (kg): 0.7kg Technical Information: Slip Dimensions (L x W x H mm): 215x102x65 Active Soluble Salts: S2 Water Absorption (% weight): 13 Durability: F2 Initial Rate of Absorption (Suction Rate) (Kg/m²/min): Refer to Ibstock EAN: 5036335195987 Mortar: As section Z21. Standard: To BS EN 998-2.


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DAMP PROOF COURSE BRICKWORK Bricks to BSEN 771-1 Manufacture: Ancon Product reference: - Ancon Optima 12 Support system Length: 990 mm long x 5 mm thick Suitable for masonry loads up to12 kN/m Material/Finish: Austenitic stainless steel, Grade 1.4301 (304) Fixings: FBNII 12/30 A4 single expansion bolt M12 set screws M12 Steel Accessories: Thermal break, BK03-135

Riba Product selector: http://www.ribaproductselector.com/Product.aspx?ci=302&pr=Ancon-MasonrySupportMasonrySupportSystemAnconOptima WORKMANSHIP 430CONDITIONING OF CLAY AND CALCUIM SILICATE BRICKS AND CLAY BLOCKS Manufacture: Ancon Product reference: - Ancon Optima 12 Support system 500LAYING GENERALLY Bond where not specified: Half lap stretcher. Mortar joints: Fill all vertical joints. Lay bricks, solid on a full bed. Quoins and advance work: Rack back. Locations for equal levelling of cavity wall leaves: Every course containing vertical twist type ties or other rigid ties. Every third tie course for double triangle/ butterfly ties. Courses in which lintels are to be bedded. Lift height (maximum): 1.2 m above any other part of work at any time. Daily lift height (maximum): 1.5 m for any one leaf. Manufacture: Ancon

560COURSING BRICKWORK Manufacture: Ancon 635JOINTING Profile: Consistent in appearance 645ACCESSIBLE JOINTS NOT EXPOSED TO VIEW Profile: Consistent in appearance 665POINTING Profile: Consistent in appearance


F30 Accessories/Sundry items for brick/ Block/ Stone Walling CAVITIES 110 CONCREATE FILL TO BASE OF CAVITY Manufacture: Ancon Product reference: - WP Windpost Channel section, designed to be installed within the cavity leaving the blockwork undisturbed. 120 CLEANINESS Cavity base and faces, ties insulation and exposed dpcs: free from motor and debris. 175 CAVITY CLOSER Cavity base and faces, ties insulation and exposed dpcs: free from motor and debris.

210 CAVITY WALL TIES USED WITH PARTIAL FILL INSULATION Cavity base and faces, ties insulation and exposed dpcs: free from motor and debris. 255

WIND POSTS

Manufacture: Ancon Product reference: - WP Windpost Channel section, designed to be installed within the cavity leaving the blockwork undisturbed. Products are supplied with end connections and ties which fit into the vertical slots in the flanges of the channel section. Material/Finish: Austenitic stainless steel, Grade 1.4301 (304) Size: 65 x 60 x 4 mm - WP3. Length: To Suit Accessories: SNS ties Riba Product selector: http://www.ribaproductselector.com/Product.aspx?ci=302&pr=AnconWindpostsWindposts 260 ANGLE SUPPORTS Manufacture: Ancon Product reference: - Ancon Optima 12 Support system Length: 990 mm long x 5 mm thick Suitable for masonry loads up to12 kN/m Material/Finish: Austenitic stainless steel, Grade 1.4301 (304) Fixings: FBNII 12/30 A4 single expansion bolt M12 set screws M12 Steel Accessories: Thermal break, BK03-135


Riba Product selector: http://www.ribaproductselector.com/Product.aspx?ci=302&pr=Ancon-MasonrySupportMasonrySupportSystemAnconOptima 265 SUPPORT SYSTEM Manufacture: Ancon Product reference: - Nexus Brick Faced Support System Brick faced support system by Ibstock Kevington and Ancon for creating brick Material/Finish: High grade stainless steel, CE marked. Brick Slips: 25 mm thick and manufactured in accordance with BS 4729, BS EN 771-1 and CE marked. (IBSTOCK) Adhesive: Metolux Metofix 3-1 epoxy adhesive.

Riba Product selector: http://www.ribaproductselector.com/Product.aspx?ci=302&pr=Ancon-MasonrySupportNexusBrickFacedSupportSystem FLEXIBLE DAMP PROOF COURSES/CAVITY TRAYS 310

DAMP PROOF COURSE -BITUMEN BASED Manufacture: Ancon Product reference: - Nexus Brick Faced Support System Brick faced support system by Ibstock Kevington and Ancon for creating brick Material/Finish: High grade stainless steel, CE marked. Brick Slips: 25 mm thick and manufactured in accordance with BS 4729, BS EN 771-1 and CE marked. (IBSTOCK) Adhesive: Metolux Metofix 3-1 epoxy adhesive.


H CLADDING/COVERING Scope In proposal scheme will be constructing a specially designed structural glazing system around the courtyard Square. This section will include: Patent Glazing Roof lights Structural glass assemblies General guidance STANDARDS SECTION 7: CONTROL OF WORKS IN RESPECT OF LISTED BUILDINGS SECTION74: CONTROL OF DEMOLITION IN CONSERVATION AREAS CLAY BRICKS BS EN 206 AND BS 8500 MORTAR BREEAM SECTION 13: DEMOLITION OF BUILDINGS Health and Safety Regulation 21: Notification of project Referenced Documents BRICK DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION (BDA) BRITISH STANDARDS INSTITUTION (BSI) BUILDING RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT (BRE) PRESS


H10 Patent Glazing To be read with Preliminaries/ General Conditions. TYPES OF PATENT GLAZING 115 PATENT GLAZING Roof area: Substrate: concreate Floor slab (designed and constructed to provide minum finished slope of 1) Preparation: As clause 610C Primer type and application: Bauder quick Dry primer, applied to the roof substrate and all upstands and skirting. Vapour control layer: Bauder VB4-Expal, 4mm thick aluminium lined, elastomeric bitumen torch applied vapour barrier. Installation as clause 670D, 710. Insulation: Bauder PIR FA-TE flat board, aluminium foil faced, highly efficient rigid BREEAM PERFORMANCE REQIREMENTS 475 DAYLIGHT PERFORMANCE Roof area: Substrate: concreate Floor slab (designed and constructed to provide minum finished slope of 1) Preparation: As clause 610C 480 VIEW OUT Roof area: Substrate: concreate Floor slab (designed and constructed to provide minum finished slope of 1) Preparation: As clause 610C 485 POTENTIAL FOR NATURAL VENTILATION Substrate: concreate Floor slab (designed and constructed to provide minum finished slope of 1) Preparation: As clause 610C WORKMANSHIP 510 WORKMANSHIP GENERALLY Roof area: Substrate: concreate Floor slab (designed and constructed to provide minum finished slope of 1) Preparation: As clause 610C 575 OPENABLE WINDOWS IN NATURAL VENTILATED BUILDINGS Roof area: Substrate: concreate Floor slab (designed and constructed to provide minum finished slope of 1) Preparation: As clause 610C


J

WATERPROOFING

Scope proposed work will used innovative brick walling solution for the majority of the proposed faรงade. workmanship specifications Damp proof course General guidance STANDARDS SECTION 7: CONTROL OF WORKS IN RESPECT OF LISTED BUILDINGS SECTION74: CONTROL OF DEMOLITION IN CONSERVATION AREAS CLAY BRICKS BS EN 206 AND BS 8500 MORTAR BREAM SECTION 13: DEMOLITION OF BUILDINGS Health and Safety Regulation 21: Notification of project Referenced Documents BRICK DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION (BDA) BRITISH STANDARDS INSTITUTION (BSI) BUILDING RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT (BRE) PRESS


J41 Reinforced Bitumen membrane roof coverings To be read with Preliminaries/ General Conditions. 110 BUILT-UP REINFORCED BITUMEN MEMBRANE WARM DECK ROOF COVERING Roof area: Substrate: concreate Floor slab (designed and constructed to provide minum finished slope of 1) Preparation: As clause 610C Primer type and application: Bauder quick Dry primer, applied to the roof substrate and all upstands and skirting. Vapour control layer: Bauder VB4-Expal, 4mm thick aluminium lined, elastomeric bitumen torch applied vapour barrier. Installation as clause 670D, 710. Insulation: Bauder PIR FA-TE flat board, aluminium foil faced, highly efficient rigid urethane insulation 140mm thick to achieve the required U value (refer Clause 230). This product is fire resistant, has a zero ODP and a Green guide rating of â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Aâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Bauder 50 mm x 50 mm PIR angle fillets for use with insulated & un-insulated Insulation to upstands: Bauder PIR FA-TE flat board to vertical upstands to roof light kerbs,access hatches i.e. builders kerbs (but excluding proprietary insulated integrated rooflight units) and changes of level. The Insulation is to meet the same thermal value as used for the flat area. Installation as clause 681B. Vertical upstands to insulated cavity wall abutments only: 30 mm thick, Bauder PIR FA-TE flat board, fire resistant, aluminium foil faced, zero ODP, highly efficient rigid urethane insulation. In compliance with Part L of the current Building Regulations, the insulation to wall abutments should be 300 mm in height from the deck surface to the top of the upstand, with the vertical insulation being installed before the flat, so as to retain the insulation at the base. Bauder Insulation upstand support brackets should be installed to secure and provide a hard leading edge. Installation, as clause 681B. Waterproof covering: BAUDER TOTAL GREEN ROOF SYSTEM System manufacturer: Bauder Limited, 70, Landseer Road, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP3 0DH. Tel: 01473 257 671. Fax: 01473 230 761. Email: technical@bauder.co.uk Web: www.bauder.co.uk Underlayer: BauderTEC KSA DUO, 3 mm thick, 200g/m2 glass-fibre reinforced, elastomeric self-adhesive bitumen underlayer Top layer / Cap sheet: Bauder Plant-E, 5 mm thick, 250g/m2 polyester reinforced, elastomeric bitumen root resistant, torch applied capping sheet, green slate finish. Flashings and detail work: Bauder Plant-E root resistant capping sheet.


330

TIMBER TRIMS Quality: Planed. Free from wane, pitch pockets, decay and insect attack (except ambrosia beetle damage). Moisture content at time of covering (maximum): 22%. Preservative treatment: Please note organic solvent based timber preservatives are not permitted, as these attack bitumen based materials.Thermal transmittance (U-Value) of roof 0.15 W/m2K Finished Surface: Suitably even, stable and robust to receive roof covering. Insulation compliance: To relevant British Standard or Agreement certified.

331

PREFORMED METAL HARD EDGE INSULATION PROTECTION ANGLES Material: Galvanised mild steel Thickness: 1mm

EXECUTION GENERALLY 515 ADVERSE WEATHER General: Do not lay coverings in high winds, wet or damp conditions or in extremes of temperature unless effective temporary cover is provided over working area. Unfinished areas of roof: Keep dry, protect edges of laid membrane from wind action. 520

INCOMPLETE WORK End of working day: Provide temporary seal to prevent water infiltration. On resumption of work: Cut away tail of membrane from completed area and remove from roof


560 GENERALLY WORKMANSHIP REQUIREMENTS Installation of the Bauder waterproofing system may only be carried out by trained and certified operatives approved by Bauder Ltd and who carry current ID badges. These should be available for inspection at all times. Workmanship must comply with Codes of Practice BS 8217:2005 (or alternatively Bauder Ltd.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s specification where otherwise stated). Non-compliant workmanship will not Be permitted, even if the system is watertight. The client will be told that all such faults must be remedied, before the Guarantee is issued. All waterproofing materials and system components must be supplied by Bauder Ltd, unless otherwise stated. Any sub-standard materials or un-authorised alternatives will be rejected. Any building work which is the responsibility of the roofing contractor and has a bearing on the life of the Bauder System must be carried out by properly trained and qualified tradesmen. Any structural damage, peculiarities or details discovered that might affect the performance of the Bauder system, should be reported immediately to the clientâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s representative and Bauder Limited in order that they may assist in overcoming the problem. The contractor is to ensure water tightness of the roof at all times. Proper day joints must be formed at the end of each working day to provide a temporary seal. No mopping or loose covers will be permitted. Where building works are to be carried out by other trades, following completion of the waterproofing, the contractor must make adequate provision for supplying protection to prevent damage to the new membranes. The final inspection will not be carried out by the Bauder Site Technician or the Bauder nominated Independent surveyor until all associated trades are complete and the roof areas are clear from all debris and protection layers. It is imperative that the Bauder Approved Contractor conforms to the workmanship criteria as listed above. Any deviation will result in the contract being considered outside of the guarantee

Length: 3m max. All mechanical and electrical work to plant and equipment should be carried out by competent mechanical and electrical qualified tradesmen. All plant is to be reinstated and re-commissioned on completion of the roofing works in accordance with the client's detailed specification. Where building works are to be carried out by other trades, following completion of the waterproofing, the contractor must make adequate provision for supplying protection to prevent damage to the new waterproofing. If any items of plant/equipment are to be situated on the finished roof, a sacrificial layer of Bauder capping sheet is to be loose laid beneath. This is to extend a minimum 25mm past the point of contact on all sides. In the case of heavy items it may be necessary to introduce a load spreading slab, please contact Bauder for further advice. All lead work to be carried out by skilled tradesmen and in accordance with current codes of practice and the recommendations of the Lead Development Association.


561 SITE INSPECTIONS Bauder Site Technicians will carry out regular inspections of the project during the course of the works. The Approved Contractor must give reasonable notice to Bauder of their intention to commence laying capping sheet. This will allow a discretionary inspection of the underlayer to take place, so that any remedial treatment necessary can be carried out prior to installing the capping sheet. This is particularly important when tapered insulation has been used to ensure that any areas of standing water that may remain can be addressed. Bauder must be notified when the roof is ready for final inspection and all related works and snagging complete. See also clause 910.


562 HEALTH & SAFETY INFORMATION â&#x20AC;&#x201C; ROOFING WORK 1. Suitable precautions must be taken to prevent accidents occurring when roofing systems are being installed. 2. The contractor must ensure that adequate measures are taken to effectively prevent injury to members of the public, contractors and any other persons who may be affected by the works including the public 3. Where microwave equipment is installed at roof level, care must be taken to prevent persons working on the roof from being exposed to large doses of microwave radiation. 4. Similarly, the contractor should liaise with the client to ensure that there are no extract outlets situated on the roof where noxious or harmful emissions could affect persons working. Suitable precautions will be necessary to prevent exposure where this situation arises. 5. The contractor is responsible for providing adequate fire fighting equipment in the form of extinguishers during work on the roof. These should be kept in easily accessible locations and be suitably signed. 6. Whenever possible, access to the roof should be made via internal staircases rather than by temporary means. Where this is not available, it is the responsibility of the contractor to ensure a safe means of access, egress and a safe workplace. As far as roofs are concerned, edge protection in the form of scaffolding or a fixed structure should be in place to a height of 1.1 metres in accordance with the Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992. 7. The contractor must ensure that suitable written method statements and risk assessments are available for the work being undertaken. ln particular, it is essential that manual handling methods be fully assessed as roofing materials are heavy and can cause serious injury. 8. The contractor must ensure that suitable information about the roof covering is provided to the Client at the end of the work to ensure that work in future can be carried out safely. This information will form part of the Safety File. 9. All persons working on the roof should be provided with, and wear, suitable personal protective equipment and wet weather gear. Training must be provided to all contract staff on the safe use of the equipment. 10. The installer must observe Product Safety Datasheets, relevant to the materials being used as well as completing and complying with COSHH risk assessments 11. The Construction Design Management Regulations must also be complied with.


610

SUITABILITY OF SUBSTRATES (CONCRETE) Substrates generally: Secure, clean, dry, smooth, and free from frost, contaminants, voids and protrusions. Falls: Where provided, the falls/cross-falls should be designed to 1:40 to achieve minimum finished falls of 1:80 to comply with drainage requirements of BS 6229:2003 and current codes of practice BS 8217:2005. No deflections or back-falls present if the deck is designed to achieve a 0° level finished surface. Preliminary work: Complete including: Grouting of deck slab joints, application of surface screed (including falls if specified). Formation of abutment upstands, kerbs, box gutters, sumps, grooves, chases and expansion joints. Fixing of battens, fillets and anchoring plugs/strips as required. Moisture content and stability of substrate: Must not impair roof integrity. Please note that cast in-situ concrete with need 60 days to dry out and cure before they can be waterproofed. Otherwise, 30 days. Preparation: The new concrete/ screed deck to be allowed to cure thoroughly, remove rough edges, and surface defects. If the surface is very rough a skin screed of concrete to be applied to give a smooth surface. Moisture content at time of covering (maximum): 22%.

640

FIXING TIMBER TRIMS Fasteners: type/length appropriate and suitable to particular deck substrate. Fixing centres (maximum): 500 mm.

641 INSTALLING PREFORMED METAL HARD EDGE INSULATION PROTECTION ANGLES Location: Use to provide hard edge protection at all internal gutter channels on warm roofs where the insulation from the flat area steps down to meet the insulation in the gutter sole Preparation: Surface to be inspected and cleaned if necessary using white spirit to remove any contaminants, dirt or dust or alternatively primed with bituminous primer. Prepared material to be thoroughly dry before use Installation: The 50 x 50 mm galvanised mild steel angle to be adhered to the exposed leading edge of the insulation using a small thin intermittent line of Bauder Polyurethane membrane adhesive along the upper surface/edge. The purpose being to retain the metal in position to prevent any post-installation movement.


660A

670D

APPLYING PRIMER Purpose: Quick drying substrate primer to seal and prepare dry surfaces of a variety of common substrate material prior to the application of Bauder bituminous waterproof membranes. Before application: All surfaces must be dry, clean and free from dust, dirt, oil, grease and loose material. Smooth metal to be prepared using a wire brush. Application method: Apply a thin even coat using a brush or roller to provide full coverage. Avoid pooling. Application rate: between 4-8 litres per m2, dependent upon substrate porosity Application temperature: 5-25°C Drying time: 3-6 hours dependent upon ambient temperature and substrate porosity. Coats: Fully bond. Allow volatiles to dry off thoroughly between coats. Never attempt torching within 30 min of primer application, even if the surface appears dry. Re-application: Necessary after 24 hours exposure if waterproofing has not yet been applied, to maintain adhesion performance. Caution: Use only outdoors in well ventilated areas or with respiratory apparatus and keep away from all sources of ignition. Take necessary precautions to avoid the solvent vapour from entering the buildings ventilation system.

LAYING VAPOUR CONTROL LAYER Attachment: Generally, fully bonded to deck substrate in accordance with manufacturerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s requirements. However, for new concrete, the vapour barrier should be partially bonded (in the approved Bauder manner) to meet the requirements of the current codes of practice. Side and end laps: minimum 100 mm, with all laps torch sealed to provide a 5-10 mm bitumen bead extrusion. Installation methods as recommended by manufacturer. Penetrations: Fully seal using bonding methods recommended by manufacturer. Edges of insulation at roof edges, abutments, upstands, kerbs, penetrations and the like: Enclose, with vapour control layer: Dressed up 150 mm above surface of insulation, thus providing 100 mm (minimum) seal when overlapped by the roof covering.


680D

LAYING WARM ROOF INSULATION Setting out: Long edges: Fully supported (if metal deck - run at right angles to metal deck troughs) End edges: Fully supported. Joints: close butted together. End joints: Stagger. Bedding: Bonded to the upper surface of the Vapour barrier using Bauder Polyurethane Insulation Adhesive. The adhesive should be applied in strips following the direction of the board length giving 4 no. 8 mm wide continuous and equally spaced adhesive beads within each 600 mm board width. Multiple board layers: Where the total thickness of insulation required is greater than can be achieved by a single standard board, then a second board can be adhered to make up the total thickness required. The second board layer should be bonded using Bauder Insulation Adhesive applied in strips following the direction of the board length giving 4 no. 8 mm wide Continuous and equally spaced adhesive beads within each 600 mm board width. The second layer of boards should be laid off-set and staggered. BauderRock Multi-layer systems only: Please note that an unfaced base board should be installed first and then faced board adhered above. Protection to exposed edges of insulation: Reduced thickness treated timber batten as clause 640 (or equivalent plywood construction), a minimum width of 150 mm and 10 mm less in thickness than the insulation to accommodate the build-up of the waterproofing layers â&#x20AC;&#x201C; all securely fixed to the deck. Outer edges chamfered at changes in level. Completion: Boards must be in good condition, well-fitting and stable.


681B

INSTALLING WARM ROOF INSULATION (INSULATED UPSTANDS) Bedding: Bonded to the upper surface of the of the Vapour barrier using Bauder Polyurethane Insulation Adhesive. The adhesive should be applied in strips following the direction of the board length giving 4 no. 8 mm wide continuous and equally spaced adhesive beads within each 600 mm board width. Upstand insulation boards should be installed before the insulation to the flat areas so that the vertical upstand insulation is retained both at the base and at the top. Where the use of hot bitumen is considered unsafe or impractical for access reasons, it is permissible to use Bauder insulation adhesive as an alternative, following the guidance/installation instructions on the container. Insulated upstand brackets: Bauder insulated upstand support brackets must be used at all vertical abutment wall upstands (in conjunction with 30 mm Bauder insulation. These are to be fixed at 400mm centres using suitable fixings through the vapour barrier, so that the top edge is a minimum of 300mm above the surface of the deck. A 3mm gap should be left between adjacent sections. The detail is to be carried out in accordance with the Bauder detail drawing, where provided. Protective hard edges: treated timber battens or Bauder Insulated upstand brackets (as appropriate to given detail situation) must be used at all right angled edges e.g. top edges of parapet walls or abutment upstands. Encapsulation seal: Provision must be allowed for forming a minimum 100 mm lap seal between the vapour control layer and under layer where the insulation finishes.


710B

LAYING REINFORCED BITUMEN MEMBRANES GENERALLY Direction of laying: Unrolled up the slope. Where practicable, install so that water drains over and not into laps. Side and end laps (minimum): 100 mm, with the exception of mineral surfaced membranes, where side laps are 80 mm, but the head laps to remain 100 mm. Head and side laps: Offset. Intermediate and top layer/Capping sheet: Fully bond. Successive layers: Apply without delay. Do not trap moisture. Strips of bitumen membrane for 'linear' details: Cut from length of roll e.g. gutter sole pieces. Detail flashings: to be cut from width of roll. Completed coverings: Firmly attached, fully sealed, smooth, weather proof and free draining.

747A

SELF-ADHESIVE BONDING OF REINFORCED BITUMEN UNDERLAYER Bond: Full over whole surface, with no air pockets. Underlayer: Cold applied and fully bonded by removing the release foil sheet and installing in the approved Bauder manner, using the Bauder long handled roller to extrude a 5-10 mm bead of bitumen. Head laps to be 100 mm side laps to be 80 mm, lapping red strip over blue and torch sealing. All laps to upstands, edge details, flashings, etc., to be 100 mm. The underlayer must be taken up all upstands, edge details, in accordance with current British Standards and the manufacturerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s recommendations. Alternative underlayer for detail work: For detailing to un-insulated abutment upstands, where the waterproofing is to be applied to rough or uneven non-combustible surfaces i.e. brickwork or concrete, it is permissible for the installing contractor to use the Bauder underlayer appropriate to the specified system where this product is considered to be better for application to these surfaces. For all other situations, and particularly to vertical insulation, the Bauder Self-Adhesive Underlayer appropriate to the specified system must be used. Underlayer inspection: The Approved Contractor must give reasonable notice to the nominated Bauder Site Technician of their intention to commence laying capping sheet. This will allow a discretionary inspection of the underlayer to take place, so that any remedial treatment necessary can be carried out prior to installing the capping sheet.


750B

LAYING REINFORCED BITUMEN TORCH-ON CAPPING SHEET Bond: Full over whole surface, with no air pockets. Excess compound at laps of top layer/ capping sheet: Leave as a 5 mm - 10 mm continuous bitumen bead extrusion. Laying top layer: Fully bonded to the underlayer by torching in the approved Bauder manner. Head laps to be 100 mm, side laps to be 80 mm. All laps to upstands, edge details, flashings, etc. to be 100 mm. Final Inspection: No landscaping is to be applied until the root resistant capping sheet has been thoroughly inspected by the Bauder Site Technician. This is to ensure that any remedial treatment that is necessary can be carried out prior to laying the landscaping elements. Failure to ensure the instigation of this inspection will result in the issuing of the Bauder guarantee being put in jeopardy.

FLASHINGS AND DETAIL WORK 755

SKIRTINGS AND UPSTANDS Angle Fillets: BauderPIR angle Fillets (50 mm x 50 mm) must be used at all right angled upstands, provisionally bonded in Bauder PUR membrane adhesive and subsequently retained once the underlay detailing is applied. Under no circumstances must fillets of an alternative material be incorporated (i.e. cork, fibre, etc.) as this would invalidate the guarantee. Layers of bitumen membrane: Carry in staggered formation up the upstand, with each layer fully bonded. Upstands: At ends of rolls: Underlay layer only, form with bitumen membrane carried up without using separate strip. Elsewhere: Form with matching strips of bitumen membrane, maintaining laps. Additional fixing of bitumen membranes: Mechanically fix the top leading edge of all upstand details in excess of 250 mm in height using appropriate fasteners. In the event of doubt, Bauder should be consulted regarding any specific requirement. Upstand details (minimum height): 150 mm. This must be taken from the finished roof surface. Please note that for landscaped roofs, this minimum height is measured from the finished landscape surface as opposed to the waterproofing surface. Special attention should be paid to all structures, such as rooflights, counter-flashings, window and door cills, pipes etc. Bauder cannot take responsibility for water ingress over waterproofing details constructed below the recommended minimum height. Flashings: Separate flashings must always be formed. Capping sheet taken up the upstand in one piece will not be permitted.


777 SECONDARY WEATHERING (PIPES, DUCTING etc.) Provision must be made to supply and install a secondary weathering flashing above all waterproof upstand detailing to pipe penetrations, balustrade posts, cable entry pipes, ventilation ducting, sun pipes etc. This can take the form of a welded collar (where appropriate) or a bespoke galvanized cowling or hood sealed with a suitable sealant and fasteners. Solvent welded plastic collars fitted to plastic soil vent pipes. 784 B ROOF DRAINAGE OUTLETS Product name: Bauder Bituminous Standard Insulated Vertical Outlet Material: Cast polyurethane body with integral bituminous connection flange. Product size/ reference: 100 mm to fit 110 mm pipework (Part Nr. GB60260100). Flow rate: Based upon vertical pipework and a 35 mm head of water pressure – according to Pipe connection: Bauder Standard Insulated Vertical Outlets are suitable for connection to: uPVC “O” ring socketed soil grade pipe to BS 4514: 1983 Socketed and socket-less cast iron pipework to BS 416:1973 and EN 887. Socketed HDPE pipework with appropriate SML mechanical coupling Type of grate/ fittings: supplied with a tough polyamide leaf guard. Insulation Extension - Warm roofs only: When the outlet is used as part of a warm roof build-up and the insulation thickness exceeds 50 mm, an additional extension component must be used. The Bauder Standard Extension Unit is available in two sizes: 50mm -120 mm (ref. Part Nr. GB60261050), 120mm - 220 mm (ref. Part Nr. GB60261120) The extension unit must be mechanically fixed through the PUR rim to the structural deck. Installation requirements: These outlets are components that form part of the Bauder waterproofing system and for guarantee reasons, should only be installed by Bauder Approved installers. Connectivity to below deck drainage pipework to be the responsibility of the plumbing contractor. Fixing: The outlet is to be secured through the rim to the structural deck by a minimum of four fasteners appropriate to obtain an adequate attachment to the deck substrate material. Some deck structures require preparatory works before the outlets can be installed: - Concrete decks – the opening for the outlet to be either pre-cast or core-drilled so that the Profiled metal decks – these also require a 250 mm dia. Opening cut into the decking, but 150 mm to fit 160 mm pipework (Part Nr. GB60260150). 100 mm - 7.4 litres/sec. pipework will require cold caulking or PVC to cast iron adaptors. Socket-less pipework can be connection using an appropriate SML mechanical coupling. outlet can be installed at the same time as the vapour barrier layer. Provision for a 250 mm dia. opening is required. in addition will require a 600 x 600 x 1.25 mm galvanised steel reinforcing plate secured to the deck before the outlet can be installed. This item has a pre-cut 250 mm dia. hole and is available from Bauder as accessory item


910 INSPECTION Interim and final roof inspections: in accordance with the manufacturer’s requirements for guarantee. Notification: It is the responsibility of the approved contractor to advise Bauder Ltd when the roof is ready for Final Inspection. The ‘Final Inspection’ of the waterproofing must be carried out and approved by Bauder Ltd prior to any landscaping products/materials being installed, otherwise a guarantee cannot be issued. Other requirements: Please also refer to preliminaries / general conditions. Site contact details - Site Technician: TBC Technical Contact Details - Area Sales Manager: TBC 910COMPLETION Roof areas: Clean. Outlets: Clear. Work necessary to provide a weather tight finish: Complete. Storage of materials on finished surface: Not permitted. Completed membrane: Do not damage. Protect from chemicals, traffic and adjacent or high level working. 950B

GUARANTEE A 20 year product and workmanship guarantee is to be provided upon completion following a Final Inspection by Bauder. Details regarding the full terms and conditions are available separately from Bauder Ltd upon request. This system must installed by a Bauder Approved Contractor, to be eligible for guarantee.


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130RELOCATABLE PARTITION SYSTEM Manufacturer: Lindner AG Product reference: Life 125 Finish: Powder coated Thickness: 125mm Glazing: Double Manifestation: TBC Weight:Fully glazed wall: 35–45 kg/m². Structural performance (tested in accordance with DIN 4103 / installation areas 1 and 2):Non load-bearing. Anti-fall safety according to ETB-guide line, TRAW and AbP. Fire resistance performance (BS EN 13501-2):EI30.EI60. Weighted sound reduction index Rw (DIN EN ISO 140-03):Up to 51 dB. Joint width:6–8 mm. Web: http://www.ribaproductselector.com/Product.aspx?ci=27947&pr=LindnerAG PartitionsLife125GlassPartition


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130RELOCATABLE PARTITION SYSTEM Manufacturer: Lindner AG Product reference: Life 125 Finish: Powder coated Thickness: 125mm Glazing: Double Manifestation: TBC Weight:Fully glazed wall: 35–45 kg/m². Structural performance (tested in accordance with DIN 4103 / installation areas 1 and 2):Non load-bearing. Anti-fall safety according to ETB-guide line, TRAW and AbP. Fire resistance performance (BS EN 13501-2):EI30.EI60. Weighted sound reduction index Rw (DIN EN ISO 140-03):Up to 51 dB. Joint width:6–8 mm. Web: http://www.ribaproductselector.com/Product.aspx?ci=27947&pr=LindnerAG PartitionsLife125GlassPartition

Bim Execution Plan & NBS specifications  

Supporting Technical Document for Barracks Square for Final Year Project at Nottingham Trent University in Bsc Architectural Technology