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ABPL20033 - Construction Analysis, Semester 2 - 2019 Dr Alberto Pugnale, Subject coordinator Dr Sofia Colabella, Senior Tutor Tutor: Mark Lam Wei (Naomi) He, 952295 Project 12-Northcote house Tutorial 33 ASSIGNMENT 2

FLIPBOOK SECTION 2D: construction stages, details and annotations


Stage 01 FOUNDATION SYSTEM

Prior to site demolition, existing conditions are examined by land surveyor, site safety and site office are set on site. The the site went under demolition using excavators. After the earth is exposed, the top soil was removed and ground was watered to ensure earth strength. Trenches are then excavated, compact sand and insulation then been set out. 1. LAND SURVEYOR Land surveyor come on site and survey on existing conditions, examine on water meter, soil condition, electric wire, storm water system, sewers etc. 2 SITE OFFICE AND SITE SAFETY Set up safety fences and warnings, emergency assembly point and safety signs around site. First-aid box, fire extinguisher, and construction schedule prepared. Each construction worker on site must wear a full set of protective equipment: hard hats, safety vests, gloves, goggles and hard shoes.

4. STRIPPING AND WATERING Prior to excavation, use Dial Before You Dig (DBYD) to locate existing underground services, to prevent damage and disruption. Excavators are employed to remove top soil, which is soft soil containing roots, fill, grass and organic matters. This soft soil is unsuitable for load bearing . If natural ground has shrinkage cracks, water site for five days to avoid cracks.

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5. TRENCHES Trenches to be dig either using a smaller excavator or man power, to provide space for reinforce trench mesh. 700mm deep 400mm wide trench for the edge beams, and 400mm deep 300mm wide trench for the internal beams.

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5 6. SAND AND INSULATION Instead of using natural soil, 50mm packing sand are used and compacted with a soil vibratory roller. Compacted sand is easier to level and is good with vertical loads. 25mm thick insulation with a R-value of 1.2 is installed to perimeter of slab.

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3. DEMOLITION Excavators with loaders and bulldozers are employed to demolish existing rainwater tank and slabs, extent of existing house be demolished according to architectural drawing A160, and refer to AS 2601 The Demolition of structures.

Soil vibratory roller

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Excavator

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7. SERVICE PIPE LAYOUT Service pipes set out on side and polythene membrane is used to tape all holes prior to concrete pouring, to prevent water leaking. Sewer pipes are set out under wet areas and are connected to sewer pit at the lowest point of site.

PARAPET RL 45.090

FIRST FLOOR FCL 44.340

PARAPET RL 45.090

FIRST FLOOR FCL 44.340

FIRST FLOOR FFL 41.640

GROUND FLOOR FCL 41.195

FIRST FLOOR FFL 41.640

Soft top soil with roots and grass

GROUND FLOOR FCL 41.195

Earth with shrinkage cracks Soil before stripping and watering

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50mm Packing

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Earth without roots, soft soil etc. Sand and membrane (not to scale)

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Stage 02 FLOOR SYSTEM Edge beams, internal beams and ground floor slab are constructed all at once. Prepare pipes setout, membranes and steel reinforcement prior to concrete pour. Concrete is tested first to ensure best performance, concrete comes out from concrete truck then poured, compacted, flattened using different machineries. Then the concrete slab going under curing process for 14 days, concrete went from plastic phase to setting to hardening. 1. MEMBRANE 0.9mm damp proof membrane installed between structural slab and under slab insulation, acting as a moisture barrier so moisture will not transfer between soil and concrete.

3. STEEL REINFORCEMENT 4-12-TM (4 bars of trench mesh 12 in diameter) are placed for both edge beam and internal beams. Steel trench mesh are place at the lower part of the footings to improve the tension force of the footings. Steel mesh reinforcement are placed and secured with plastic bar chairs. Steel Mesh

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(https://wickes.scene7.com/is/image/travisperkins/largeNormal/DampProof-Membranes-Wickes-1200-Gauge-Black-Damp-Proof-Membrane4-x-25m~S4947_153436_00?defaultImage=travisperkins/2018-WickesMissing-Product-650x650)

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Membrane Insulation Sand

7 1 2. TEMPORARY TIMBER FORMWORK Timber planks and steel straps were used to form temporary formworks for the concrete slabs and edge rebates, to support concrete during its plastic phase and produce a clean edge. Timber framework for rebate

Concrete

4. SLUMP TEST All concrete sampling, testing, workmanship, tolerances and acceptability shall be to AS3600 and specification. 80mm slump, 20mm aggregate are used. Slump tests are proceeded to test concrete compressive strength, footings need to reach a strength of 32MPa and slabs need to reach a strength of 3.2MPa.

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Plastic bar chair

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(https://theconstructor.org/concrete/concrete-slump-test/1558/)

Timber framework support Metal strap support

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Temporary formwork in section

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7. FLATTENING CONCRETE Flatten surface of concrete using a concrete helicopter, fish the edge of concrete using a concrete trowel.

5. CONCRETE POURED Concrete come in a concrete truck, concrete be transferred to a concrete pump, a rubber hose is connected to the pump, one worker is required to manually pour concrete through the rubber hose.

8. CURING In order to control the moisture loss of the concrete to avoid shrinkage, moist cure the concrete for 14 days.

PARAPET RL 45.090

FIRST FLOOR FCL 44.340

Concrete slab Reinforcement mesh

FIRST FLOOR FFL 41.640

GROUND FLOOR FCL 41.195

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0.9mm damp proof membrane

7 LOWER LEVEL GROUND FFL 38.340

6. COMPACTION Compact all concrete using a rubber tipped immersion vibrator, to insert the vibrator vertically in to freshly poured concrete to remove entrapped air bubbles in order to enhance the performance of the concrete.

25mm understab insulation 50mm compact Sand

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Stage 03 STRUCTURAL SYSTEM (BUILDING FRAME GROUND FLOOR)

2. TIMBER STUD WALL(AS1684,AS1720) Timber supports were used to support stud wall during erecting. Load bearing timber walls are constructed using 90 x 45mm timber studs at 450mm central spacing, by screwing them between top and bottom plates. Noggings are screwed between studs to protect studs from buckling. Plywood sheet bracing or 30x0.8mm crossed strap Hoopiron bracing were used to provide rigidity and stability.

After concrete slab, the next stage is the structural system for the ground floor. Load bearing steel columns and walls are set up first. The steel columns are bolted and welded to steel bottoms plates, load bearing timber works are constructed and braced. Recycled bricks are used for the brick veneer and double brick cavity walls later on. 1. STEEL COLUMNS (AS4100, AS3679, AS1538, AS1554.) After removing the concrete formworks, 2/125 x 125 x 12L and 89 x 89 x6 SHS were erected and wedge anchored onto steel base plates. Steel bearing plates are used to distribute the concentrated load imposed by the columns. The 15mm grout raise steel above ground and avoid it from rusting. Temporary timber bracings and supports were used during erection for PARAPET safety and alignment. Clamps were used to hold RL 45.090 timber in place.

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Pair of 90 x 45mm stud on brick 90 x 45mm blockings screwed between the studs 3

FIRST FLOOR FCL 44.340

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90 x 45mm timber stud wall

FIRST FLOOR FFL 41.640

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GROUND FLOOR FCL 41.195

89 x 89 x6 Square hollow section

LOWER LEVEL GROUND FFL 38.340

Since the angle between the bottom plate and bracing is greater than 60 degrees, 7mm F8 PLY or 4mm F27 PLY were screwed on to studs in this case.

2/125 x 125 x12 Equal angles

125 x 125 x125 12L 125x125x10 base plate 15mm Non-shrink grout Concrete slab 2-M12 Trubolts

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3. BRICK WALL(AS3700) All bricks to be graded 30 minimum, and mortar mix ratio to be Cement : Lime : Sand -- 1:1:6. 230w x 76h x 110d recycled clay bricks used for single brick veneer wall and double cavity brick wall, with 30mm cavity, except 150mm for sliding door area. Provide expansion/contraction joints every 7m maximum.

90 x 45mm timber stud Brick ties every 4th course

PARAPET RL 45.090

Flashing

FIRST FLOOR FCL 44.340

FIRST FLOOR FFL 41.640

1 Brick ties every 4th course

GROUND FLOOR FCL 41.195

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Weephole

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LOWER LEVEL GROUND FFL 38.340

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Stage 04 FLOOR SYSTEM (INTERMEDIATE SUSPENDED FLOOR)

2. FLOOR JOISTS 300 X 45 LVL floor joists at 450 central spacing are bolted on to hot dip galvanized steel beams and formed the whole intermediate suspended floor. Timber blockings were fixed perpendicular to floor joists to stiffer the joists and prevent them from buckling. Double joists were used for openings and cantilever.

The intermediate suspended floor is supported using floor joists and steel beams, load is transferred to the beams then to the ground through steel columns. Crane is used in this stage to lift up heavy steel beams, and scaffolding used to support construction workers and materials. Yellow tongue is screwed to floor joists and provide supports for workers to walk on. 1. STEEL BEAMS (AS4100, AS3679, AS1538, AS1554.) 380 PFC PLUS and 310 UB 32 steel beams are lifted by a crane, then welded and bolted onto the steel columns using 10mm cleat plates. The beams were temporarily braced during erection.

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Compare with solid timber, laminated veneer lumber (LVL) are not prone to buckle and since it is machine made, the quality is ensured and it is always straight. Floor joist 2

3 4 1 380 PFC

Joist hanger

Timber blocking

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380 Parallel Flange Channels

310 Universal Beam 32

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3. CANTILEVER Part of the first floor is cantilevered out using a short piece of steel column to support it. Double joists are installed in this case, supported by steel beam and thick wall, to support the opening underneath.

4. YELLOW TONGUE SUBSTRATES 19mm Yellow tongue substrates been nailed to joists, which provided protection against humid conditions. Space fasteners at 150 spacing to perimeter edges, 300 spacing in the body of boards and all joins. Stairs opening is blocked by yellow tongue at this stage, to provide support for workers to walk on. The stair opening will be cut open at later stage.

Gauge blocks tacked to edges of plates Steel bolted to timber

PARAPET RL 45.090

PARAPET RL 45.090

FIRST FLOOR FCL 44.340

Floor joists FIRST FLOOR FCL 44.340

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Blocking (Smaller than floor joists)

FIRST FLOOR FFL 41.640 PARAPET RL 45.090

GROUND FLOOR FCL 41.195

FIRST FLOOR FFL 41.640

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GROUND FLOOR FIRST FLOOR FCL 41.195 FCL 44.340

Blocking Double floor joists

FIRST FLOOR FFL 41.640 LOWER LEVEL GROUND FFL 38.340

LOWER LEVEL GROUND FFL 38.340

Floor joists

GROUND FLOOR FCL 41.195

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Stage 05 STRUCTURAL SYSTEM (BUILDING FRAME FIRST FLOOR)

3. NOGGINGS Noggings staggered over a centre line for easier nailing between studs.

On top of the intermediate suspended floor, the first floor is erected fully using stud wall and double studs walls. With studs transfer loads from top plates to bottom plates, noggings strengthening the studs, crossed strap Hoopiron bracing secure the wall and temporary timber supports the whole structural system during erection. Double sided ladder, table saw, and screw guns were the equipments used at this stage. 1. BOTTOM PLATES Bottom plates were fixed onto the intermediate suspended floor, which then holds studs in place. 2. TIMBER STUDS 90 X 45 mm timber studs were used for the building frame on the first floor, with 450mm spacing for external walls and 600 spacing for internalPARAPET walls. Double studs at the corner or next RL 45.090 to secure the area. The wall on the to openings, East side is 90mm double stud cavity wall, with a lower stud wall on the inside, providing supports for box gutter and provide space for extra insulation.

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4. BRACING 30x0.8mm crossed strap Hoopiron bracing was fastened on to top plates, studs, noggins and bottom plates. 2

FIRST FLOOR FCL 44.340

Stud tie

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Fasten brace to top and bottom plates within 150mm of a stud.

FIRST FLOOR FFL 41.640

GROUND FLOOR FCL 41.195

Strap brace must be tensioned by tensioners. LOWER LEVEL GROUND FFL 38.340

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5. TEMPORARY TIMBER BLOCKING AND BRACING For the windows on the South side, temporary timber blocking and bracing were fastened on studs to block workers from falling down.

6. STAIRS OPENING Only a small part of the stairs opening is opened at this stage, with a ladder there for workers to get up to the first floor. Temporary fence was set to prevent workers from falling through the opening.

PARAPET RL 45.090

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FIRST FLOOR FCL 44.340

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7. EQUIPMENT Double sided stepping ladders were used to provide a platform for workers to work at a higher level, a single side ladder was used for workers to get up to the first level. A saw table was used to cut different sizes of timber, and screw guns were used to fastened the timber works.

FIRST FLOOR FFL 41.640

GROUND FLOOR FCL 41.195

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LOWER LEVEL GROUND FFL 38.340

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Stage 06 ROOF SYSTEMS (ROOF STRUCTURE & COVERW)

4. BOX GUTTER Marine plywood was fastened on ceiling joists between the double stud wall and box gutter was installed on top of the marine plywood, with additional flashing and capping to make sure the roof structure is water-resistant.

The roof structure was formed by ceiling joists, soldier studs and roof bracing. Waterproofing is very important in this area. Roof sheets and box gutter at a gradient are used to direct water away from the roof system. Sarking, capping and flashing are other details to prevent water from getting in. Thermal insulation is another important factor here, to insulate the roof and create a thermal bridge. 1. CEILING JOIST 200x45 LVL at 600 central spacing were used for the ceiling joists, with perpendicular blocking installed between the joists and connected by joist hangers. Soldier studs at various sizes are fastened on to every third ceiling joist. Timber battens are fastened on to soldier studs and support roof sheet.

2. ROOF BRACING The roof structure was braced using 2/200x45 LVL.

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Capping 5

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3. WATERPROOFING AND INSULATION Sarking is installed between batten and roof sheet, with the blue side facing out and silver side in, to form a vapour barrier and block condensation. 260mm Roof thermal insulation was installed above sarking and provide a thermal bridge.

Flashing

Marine Ply

Insulation

90 X 35 ceiling joist

2 DEG FALL

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5. ROOF SHEET Installed Klip-Lok brackets and clipped Klip-Lok 700 Hi Strength Roof Sheet with shale grey finish and BMT of 0.48mm at a 2 degree fall, running north-south, to direct storm water.

6. SKYLIGHT 50 x 50 x 2 SHS were bolted on to 2/ 200 x 45 LVL to support skylight.

(https://professionals.lysaght.com/ sites/default/files/techincal_specs/)

2/ 200 x 45 Laminated Veneer Lumber 5

PARAPET RL 45.090

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FIRST FLOOR FCL 44.340

50 x 50 x 2 Square hollow sections bolted to LVL FIRST FLOOR FFL 41.640

GROUND FLOOR FCL 41.195

2 DEG FALL LOWER LEVEL GROUND FFL 38.340

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Stage 07 WINDOW SYSTEMS Waterproofing need to be done prior to window installation. Sarkings need to be applied under window sills, flashings need to be fasterned under window sills and to window heads. Windows are installed as soon as the first floor structure and the roof structure is done, provide protection to the site, prevent the inside from getting wet.

1. GLASS All glazing is to comply with AS1288 and glazing section of the specification, all glass shall be grade a safety laminated or toughened glass prior to installation.

Double stud wall

Backing rod with silicone

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2. SARKINGS Installed sarkings prior to windows under window sills to act as vapour barrier.

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Packer 3. WINDOW FRAMES Installed window sills on sill plates, and with timber packing in between. Flashing installed under window sill and to window head, to prevent water from going to on windy days. Centre glaze frames with powder-coat night sky matt finish were installed referring to ‘door window schedule’.

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Window

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4. WINDOWS Windows are lifted either by man power with scaffolding or lifted by vacuum window lifter. Installation of double glazed vertical sashless windows to comply with AS1288. Flyscreens were installed to operable windows.

Window

Flashing

Stud wall

5. SLIDING DOOR The sliding door is only installed at a later stage, but the top hung sliding door track and the door sill is installed at this stage. Flashing and water proof membrane were installed to underside of door sill to achieve a water-resist system. Brick wall on the ground floor was painted black so it is easier to spot the sliding door in the cavity.

Sarking

PARAPET RL 45.090

FIRST FLOOR FCL 44.340

FIRST FLOOR FFL 41.640

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GROUND FLOOR FCL 41.195

LOWER LEVEL GROUND FFL 38.340

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Stage 08 WALL SYSTEMS (CLADDING) External wall claddings and finishes are installed and painted at this stage. For the ground floor, external wall was painted, and for the first floor, sarking was installed under timber batten and charred shiplap cladding then fixed onto battens. The structural system for the internal stairs are constructed and hydronic in salb heating coils are placed on insulation and covered with concrete screed. 1. SCAFFOLDING Scaffoldings were assembled on site for safety and provide a platform for installation of the exterior wall systems.

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4. FINISH CLADDING 130mm Prefinished charred timber shiplap cladding installed for first floor external walls in vertical orientation, the boards were fixed on the battens with concealed stainless-steel screw fixings. Charred timber is a traditional Japanese method which forms a carbon layer on the exterior of the timber boards which protects the timber inside and less maintenances needed.

Shiplap cladding ensure a sealed cladding with hidden fixings.

2. SARKING Breathable sarking was attached, to outer side of stud walls, the sarking allows the vapor from the heating to get outside, but at the same time protect from cold or heat from outside.

Charred shiplap cladding Corner batten

Cladding corner detail 5. PAINT FINISH

Watershield acrylic paint finish was applied on exterior brick wall on the ground floor. AA A207

3. TIMBER BATTEN 30 x 70mm Timber battens were screwed on top of the sarking. Battens are fixed at suitable centres to ensure strong support for the cladding and avoid them from bending or warping.

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6. HYDRONIC IN SLAB HEATING Insulation was installed on top of existing concrete slab in the living room, a pre-formed panel system was installed for hydronic heating coils to be clipped on. 100mm screed was poured on top on the heating coils.

Extent of hydronic in slab heating shown dashed

Placing hydronic coils

Flattening concrete at plastic stage.

Pouring concrete

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OUTSIDE PARAPET RL 45.090

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FIRST FLOOR FCL 44.340

FIRST FLOOR FFL 41.640

7. STAIRS The yellow tongue that was covering the stairs opening was removed. The stair structure was constructed using timber stringers, treads and risers.

INSIDE

OUTSIDE

7 GROUND FLOOR FCL 41.195

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LOWER LEVEL GROUND FFL 38.340

Charred shiplap cladding

Batten

Sarking DRAWING NAME: SECTION DETAIL

Flashing

Brick

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Stage 09 INTERNAL PARTITIONS AND CEILING STRUCTURE

3. TIMBER FLOORING 19mm thick, 80mm wide American Oak Floor Boards installed to first floor on top of yellow tongue. Minimum 2 fixings needed per width of board, to ensure boards do not warp. Boards laid with similar tone adjacent to one another to achieve an even colour finish. Protect the timber boards with a layer of plastic prior to plaster board installation.

Internal walls are erected at this stage, all wiring and piping are set out. Insulation was installed in walls and ceilings for acoustic and thermal protection. Timber flooring, ceiling and wall plasterboards are fastened for first floor and stairs, ceiling lining boards were secretly screwed to ceiling on the ground floor and stair wall. Concrete is poured and formed slabs for ground floor terrace and outside service area.

1. WIRING AND PIPING Electric and services cables are secured in the cavity of internal walls where powerpoints are needed, in ceilings and hanging out where downlights are going to be placed. Piping for the kitchen and toilets.

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4. STAIRS INSULATION AND CLADDING Insulation installed to store room walls and under side of stairs, providing thermal protection. 19mm thick American Oak Floor Boards are fixed to form the stairs finish.

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2. INSULATION 140mm internal ceiling insulation with a R-value of 2.5 was installed to ceilings. 88mm thick acoustic internal wall insulation with a R-value of 2.5 was placed to all internal walls.

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5. PLASTERBOARD 10mm thick plasterboards are screwed on to first floor ceilings and interior walls. Plaster joining mesh tapes used to join edges of plasterboards together, which then be covered and secure with a layer of wet plaster, then sand the plaster to achieve even surface.

Plater joining mesh tape Wet plaster Plasterboard

Nails

6. CEILING LINING 2400 x 1200 x 12mm plywood panel lining board secretly fix naied to ceiling on ground floor and stair walls.

PARAPET RL 45.090

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FIRST FLOOR FCL 44.340

2 3 FIRST FLOOR FFL 41.640

7. CONCRETE TERRACE AND SERVICE AREA The concrete terrace outside of the living room and the service area went through the process same as the ground floor slab: ground floor preparation, concrete pouring, compacting, flattening and curing. After 12 hours of pour, saw cut the concrete terrace with 25mm saw.

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GROUND FLOOR FCL 41.195

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LOWER LEVEL GROUND FFL 38.340

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Stage 10 SERVICES AND FINISHING TRADES

3. JOINERY All joineries and furnitures such as cabinets and shelves were assembled and fixed on site. Solid round timber handrail was installed onto 80mm stainless handrail brackets.

The last stage is for all services, appliances, finishes and landscape. All finishes are sanded and polished, all walls and ceilings are painted with finishing paints. Fixed inside joinery and finish face of joinery, light fixings and other fixtures are done, External screens (lourvre and metal panel) are installed, exterior landscape construction finished, and finally, the site has been cleaned and ready for final handover. OUTSIDE

1. POLISHING Concrete floor grinder and polisher was used to polish the ground floor in order to achieve a smooth and glossy finish.

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4. SLIDING DOOR The ground floor sliding door was installed referring to the window and door schedule.

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3 2. CORNICE AND INTERIOR PAINT Square set plaster cornice applied to ceiling. Walls and ceilings are finished with a layer of Dulux Wash and Wear paint, with low sheen finish on walls and matt finish on ceilings. 1

5. LOUVRES AND PERFORATED METAL PANEL Black powder coated vertical operable louvres were installed coordinate with louvre subcontractor onto north facing bedroom windows. Perforated aluminium panels were fixed to south facing first floor facade.

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6. ARCHITRAVE AND DOOR Architraves with semigloss white paint finish, door jambs and hinges were installed prior to the installation of internal doors.

7. APPLIANCES Ceiling fans and hydronic heating panels were installed. The gas, water and plumbing system were all connected to appliances. OUTSIDE

8. LANDSCAPE The service area on the east side is where rain water tank, hot water system and exterior AC unit were placed. Paving and vegetation was set up in the service area.

OUTSIDE

Vertical operable louvres

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PARAPET RL 45.090

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OUTSIDE

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FIRST FLOOR FCL 44.340

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3 Architrave EP12851

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FIRST FLOOR FFL 41.640

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Door handle

OUTSIDE

Door

GROUND FLOOR FCL 41.195

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1 LOWER LEVEL GROUND FFL 38.340

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