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ARCHITECTS

IVANHOE GRAMMAR SCHOOL

MCBRIDE CHARLES RYAN

SENIOR YEARS BUILDING PLENTY CAMPUS

TUTORIAL 8

AUTHORS:

TUTOR: PAUL COFFEY

HANS LIU 586951 SHAHN BHAL 587459

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ELEVATION 1 EAST-WEST ELEVATION RELATIVE TO PROJECT NORTH


ELEVATION 2 NORTH-SOUTH ELEVATION RELATIVE TO PROJECT NORTH


ELEVATION 3 WEST-EAST ELEVATION RELATIVE TO PROJECT NORTH


ELEVATION 4 SOUTH-NORTH ELEVATION RELATIVE TO PROJECT NORTH


FOUNDATION LEVELS SITE WORKS AND FOUNDATIONS DETAIL THE EXISTING GROUND CONDITIONS AS GIVEN IN THE GEOTECHNICAL REPORT ARE AS FOLLOWS: SOIL CLASSIFICATION: P (PROBLEM) 0-100MM: FILLING CLAYEY SILT 100-500MM: CLAYEY SILT 500-3500MM: SILTY CLAY (ANGLE OF REPOSE 45˚) BEARING CAPACITY: 250KPA THE SOIL CLASSIFICATION OF THE SITE IS ‘PROBLEM (P)’ WHICH IS DUE IN PART TO THE DEBRIS WITHIN THE SOIL (FLOATERS, TREE ROOTS, ETC.), BUT ALSO DUE TO THE SITE’S EARLIER TREE REMOVAL, WHICH HAS CREATED VASTLY VARYING SOIL MOISTURE CONDITIONS.


TERMIMESH SITE WORKS AND FOUNDATIONS DETAIL TERMITE PROTECTION MESH RUNS UNDERNEATH EDGE BEAM AND TIE BEAM FOOTINGS. TERMITES CANNOT PENETRATE THE FINE MESH AND THEREFORE ACCESS THE INTERNALS OF THE BUILDING. THE MESH RETURNS TO ABOVE GROUND HEIGHT SO AS TO EXPOSE THE TERMITES.


GROUND CONDITIONS SITE WORKS AND FOUNDATIONS DETAIL AS PER THE GEOTECHNICAL REPORT, THE BUILDING IS FOUND A SITE WITH SOIL CLASSED AS ‘P’. THE FOUNDATIONS OF THE BUILDING CONSIST OF FLOATERS AND TREE ROOTS. ALTHOUGH THERE WERE NONE OF THE AFOREMENTIONED FEATURES FOUND IN OUR MOST RELEVANT BOREHOLE (1), THEY WERE FOUND EXTENSIVELY THROUGHOUT THE SITE


CONCRETE PAVING SLABS SITE WORKS AND FOUNDATIONS DETAIL PITCHED AWAY FROM BUILDING AT A GRADIENT OF 1:100, SITTING ATOP CRUSHED AND COMPRESSED GRAVEL IN ACCORDANCE WITH VICROADS CLASS 4. CONTROL JOINT (WHICH ALLOWS FOR BUILDING MOVEMENT AND MATERIAL EXPANSION) IS EXPRESSED.


TOPSOIL FILL SITE WORKS AND FOUNDATIONS DETAIL TOPSOIL IS REMOVED NEAR THE BUILDING FOOTPRINT PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION, TOPSOIL IS THEN USED FOR LANDSCAPING (HERE SHOWN FOR VOID 01)


BEAM FOOTINGS FOOTINGS DETAIL THE BUILDING SITS ATOP TIE BEAMS OF DEPTH 600mm . THESE REPRESENT CONTINUOUS SUPPORTS FOR CONTINUOUS LOADS. THEY ARE REINFORCED.


MASS CONCRETE PAD FOOTINGS TO BEARING DEPTH FOOTINGS DETAIL MASS CONCRETE PADS (NOT REINFORCED) ARE USED TO BEAR THE CONSTRUCTION (THEY ARE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH BORED PIERS BUT NONE ARE SHOWN IN THIS SECTION). THE CHOICE OF FOOTING HAS BEEN INFLUENCED HEAVILY BY THE SITE CONDITIONS, WITH THE PRESENCE OF FLOATERS MAKING IT DIFFICULT TO BORE DEEP HOLES, AND THE PRESENCE OF TREES MAKING IT DIFFICULT TO USE PAD FOOTINGS EXTENSIVELY. THE ANGLE OF INFLUENCE IS SHOWN IN DOTTED MARKER.


REINFORCEMENT CONCRETE GROUND FLOOR SLAB DETAIL THE GROUND SLAB IS REINFORCED WITH MESH ON ITS TOP AND BOTTOM. THE TIE BEAMS ARE ALSO REINFORCED.


REBATE CONCRETE GROUND FLOOR SLAB DETAIL THE GROUND SLAB IS REBATED (50mm) WHERE THE STACKING DOOR SITS ON TOP OF THE SLAB.


DOWEL BARS FOR PRECAST CONCRETE BLADES CONCRETE GROUND FLOOR SLAB DETAIL DOWEL BARS ARE USED TO INTERWEIVE THE CONCRETE REINFORCEMENT OF THE PRECAST AND INSITU SYSTEMS.


BONDEK COMPOSITE FIRST FLOOR SLAB DETAIL BONDEK PERMANENT FORMWORK HAS BEEN USED FOR THE FIRST FLOOR CONSTRUCTION. SHEER STUDS ARE SPACED AT MAX 300 CRS. THE BONDEK IS PLACED WITH A 25mm OVERLAP WITH THE FOOTINGS


BEAMS AND SLAB COMPOSITE FIRST FLOOR SLAB DETAIL BEAMS ARE USED TO SUPPORT THE SLAB, TRANSFERING LOAD TO THE PRECAST CONCRETE BLADES. CONVENTIONAL FORMWORK IS USED FOR THE BEAMS. BEAMS ARE REINFORCED USING LIGATURES WHILE THE SLAB IS REINFORCED OMNIDIRECTIONALLY AT TOP AND BOTTOM.


PRECAST PANEL REINFORCEMENT AND PROPPING PRECAST CONCRETE WALLS DETAIL PRECAST PANELS ARE REINFORCED WITH MESH IN THEIR CENTRE. THE PANELS ARE LIFTED IN TO PLACE USING CRANES (HENCE THE REQUIREMENT FOR FERRULING CHANNELS. FERRULES ACT AS SCREWING CHANNELS WHICH ARE USED IN THE PANEL PROPPING AND ERECTION PROCEDURE.


STEEL DOWELS & PACKING PRECAST CONCRETE WALLS DETAIL GROUTING AND PACKING IS USED TO ENSURE THAT THE PANELS ARE ALLIGNED CORRECTLY WITH THE DESIRED BUILDING HEIGHT AND PITCH.


CHAMFERED EDGES PRECAST CONCRETE WALLS DETAIL PRECAST PANELS ARE CHAMFERED ALONG THEIR EDGE TO REDUCE DAMAGE BY IMPACT IN TRANSIT AND INSTALLATION.


SEALANT AND TOPHATS PRECAST CONCRETE WALLS DETAIL SILICONE SEALS ARE USED TO ENSURE THAT THE PANELS AND THE INTERMEDIATE FLOOR ARE WEATHERTIGHT. TOPHATS ARE USED TO APPLY CLADDING TO THE PANELS IN SOME INSTANCES, WHEREAS STEEL STUDWORK IS USED IN OTHERS.


INTERNAL STEEL METAL FINISHES AND METALWORK DETAIL STRUCTURAL STEEL IS GALVANISED TO PREVENT WEATHER CORROSION (DESPITE BEING INDOORS THIS PRECAUTION IS STILL ADVISED).


WINDOWS METAL FINISHES AND METALWORK DETAIL ALLUMINIUM WINDOWS ARE INSTALLED WITH WEATHER SEALS AND ARE THERMALLY BROKEN. THEY ARE POWDERCOATED TO PREVENT WEATHER DAMAGE.


BEAM PROFILE STRUCTURAL STEEL DETAIL A U-BEAM IS SHOWN HERE. ALL MEMBERS HAVE BEEN MODELLED WITH REFERENCE TO THE MATERIAL SCHEDULE, HOWEVER DUE TO THE PRACTICAL REQUIREMENTS, THEY (AS PICTURED) ARE APPROXIMATED WITH REFERENCE TO MATERIAL TOLLERANCE.


CLEAT PLATES STRUCTURAL STEEL DETAIL CLEAT PLATES ARE USED TO FASTEN (BOLT) INTERSECTING BEAMS TO ONE ANOTHER. THEY ARE LARGER AT THE GREATEST MOMENT OF INERTIA. IN THIS INSTANCE, THESE BEAMS INTERSECT ON THE TOP PLATE OF A COLUMN, AND THEY ALLOW FOR A CONTINUOUS CONNECTION BETWEEN MEMBERS.


BRACING STRUCTURAL STEEL DETAIL BRACING USES RODS IN TENSION TO ENSURE THAT BEAMS MAINTAIN THEIR DESIRED CONNECTION DIRECTIONS UNDER HORIZONTAL AND SHEAR LOADS.


EXTERNAL BRACING AND TOPHATS STRUCTURAL STEEL DETAIL THE EXTERNAL WALL (PARAPET) IS BRACED VERTICALLY, TO PREVENT DEFORMATION AGAINST HORIZONTAL LOADS. TOPHATS ARE USED TO FASTEN THE STRUCTURAL STEEL (150mm) TO THE CLADDING SYSTEM. THIS EXTERNAL WALL IS CONNECTED VIA THE COLUMNS TO THE BUILDING (AS WELL AS VIA THE SLAB).


WINDOW FRAMING FRAMING DETAIL PENETRATIONS ARE FRAMED IN ACCORDANCE WITH RELATED AUSTRALIAN STANDARDS, HERE TWO 90mm TRACKS ARE USED TO FRAME IN A WINDOW UNDERNEATH A PITCHED BEAM.


TRIPLE STUDDING AROUND VERTICAL OPENINGS. FRAMING DETAIL AGAIN IN ACCORDANCE WITH STANDARDS AND CIRCUMSTANCE, AREAS LIKE THIS ARE BLOCKED IN, WITH TRIPLE STUDS OFTEN USED AROUND VERTICAL PENETRATIONS.


CFC PANELS THERMAL AND MOISTURE DETAIL SILICON GROUTING IS USED IN PANEL GAPS. THE PANELS SIT ATOP TYVEK BUILDING WRAP WHERE THEY OCCUR EXTERNALLY


CORK FLOORING THERMAL AND MOISTURE DETAIL MOISTURE BARRIER MUST BE INSTALLED UNDERNEATH CORK FLOORING TO PREVENT ROT.


EXTERNAL THERMAL INSULATION THERMAL AND MOISTURE DETAIL RIGID INSULATION HAS BEEN USED TO PREVENT WARPING OR SAG. EXTERNALLY, BUILDING WRAP HAS BEEN USED TO PREVENT WATER AND WEATHER PENETRATION IN TO THE BUILDING.


CEILING INSULATION THERMAL AND MOISTURE DETAIL THIS INSULATION IS INSTALLED WITH REGARDS TO THE PLACEMENT OF SERVICES AND HAS VERY LITTLE COVERAGE (PROBABLY COVERING A THIRD OF THE CEILING FOOTPRINT)


STACKING DOOR DOORS & WINDOWS DETAIL STACKING DOOR TO VOID THE STACKING DOOR IS A GLAS-STAX SUITE FINEFRAME 75. THIS HAS BEEN INSTALLED WITHIN A REBATE IN THE SLAB


SILL/SUBSILL DOORS AND WINDOWS DETAIL THIS DETAIL ALLOWS THE CONTROL OF WATER THROUGHOUT THE WINDOW PENETRATION AND THE SUBSILL ENSURES LACK OF WATER INGRESS THROUGH THE BUILDING VIA THE FAÇADE


GLAZING DOORS & WINDOWS DETAIL THE PRIMARY EXTERNAL WINDOW TYPE IS A DOUBLE GLAZED FIXED EXTERNAL WINDOW INCORPORATING OPENABLE AWNING SASHES


OPERABLE DOORS DOORS AND WINDOWS DETAIL THIS DETAIL SHOWS THE HINGING WHICH ALLOWS THE EXTERNAL STACKING DOOR TO FUNCTION


SUSPENDED CEILING CLADDING AND LINING DETAIL CONCEALED SUSPENDED CEILING SYSTEM: THROUGHOUT THIS BUILDING THE RONDO KEY-LOCK SUSPENDED CEILING SYSTEM HAS BEEN USED FOR THE QUICK INSTALLATION OF PLASTERBOARD CEILING PANELS


SUSPENDED CEILING SYSTEM CLADDING AND LINING DETAIL RONDO KEY-LOCK SUSPENDED CEILING SYSTEM: FROM THE SAME COMPANY THAT PRODUCED THE BUILDING’S STUDWORK SYSTEM, RONDO HAS ALSO CREATED THE CONCEALED CEILING SYSTEM WHICH SUPPORTS THE CEILING BY WAY OF PLASTERBOARD ATTACHED TO FURRING CHANNELS WHICH ARE THEN IN TURN JOINED TO THE TOP CROSS RAILS AND JOINED TO THE ABOVE SURFACE OR, IN CASE OF THE FIRST FLOOR, THE PURLINS. THIS SYSTEM IS VERY QUICK TO INSTALL AND ALLOWS GREAT FLEXIBILITY IN THE INSTALLATION OF CEILING PENETRATIONS SUCH AS LIGHTS AND ACCESS PANELS. THE DIFFERING PLENUM SPACING WITHIN THIS BUILDING IS ALSO EASILY ACCOMMODATED WITH THE RONDO SYSTEM.


SHADOW LINE CLADDING AND LINING DETAIL AN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CHOICE WAS MADE WITH THE INCLUSION OF A SHADOW-LINED CEILING. THIS INVOLVES THE CEILING BEING OFFSET SLIGHTLY OUT FROM THE WALL SURFACE, PRODUCING A GRADIENT SHADOW ALONG THAT EDGE. THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THIS WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN DIFFICULT DUE TO THE CHOICE OF THE RONDO KEY-LOCK MODULAR SUSPENDED ROOF SYSTEM.


PAINT OVER PLASTERBOARD FINISHES DETAIL MANY OF THE PLASTERBOARD CEILINGS AND WALLS HAVE A PAINTED FINISH. THIS PAINTING WOULD HAVE BEEN COMPLETED ON-SITE ONCE ALL THE PLASTERBOARD PANELS HAD BEEN INSTALLED AND THE GAPS FILLED AND FINISHED. PLASTERBOARD FOUND IN THE BUILDING RANGE FROM DULUX™ ‘HOT LIPS’ (PINK) TO DULUX™ ‘CIRCUS’ (ORANGE).


COLOURED FLOOR FINISHES FINSHES DETAIL MCBRIDE CHARLES RYAN HAS ELECTED TO USE COLOURED CORK AS ONE OF THE NUMEROUS FLOOR FINISHES. THIS CORK RESTS UPON A WATERPROOF PET MEMBRANE. ITS SELECTION IS NOTABLE WITHIN A SCHOOL BUILDING CONTEXT DUE TO THE ACOUSTIC PROPERTIES OF CORK (AND CARPET). THE CORK HAS BEEN FINISHED IN DULUX™ ‘PINK ROSE’.


WHITE BOARD FINISHES DETAIL AN UBIQUITOUS PART OF EVERY CLASSROOM, THIS ERASABLE WHITEBOARD CONTAINS A TRAY WITH WHICH TO STORE MARKERS THAT ARE NOT IN USE. THE WEIGHT OF THE WHITEBOARD IS ATTACHED TO THE STUDWORK WITHIN THE INTERNAL WALL.


GROUT UNDER COLUMNS DETAILING FOR PRACTICAL REQUIREMENTS AND FOR DESIGN INTENT FOR INCREASED CONSTRUCTABILITY DURING THE INSTALLATION OF STEEL COLUMN MEMBERS, THERE IS A GAP UNDERNEATH THE COLUMN TO ALLOW FOR VARIATION IN THE ANGLE OF THE COLUMN IN RELATION TO THE SLAB, PRODUCING A PLUMB FINISH. AS A RESULT, THE GAP UNDERNEATH THE INSTALLED COLUMN WILL NEED TO BE FILLED WITH GROUT.


FLASHING DETAILING FOR PRACTICAL REQUIREMENTS AND FOR DESIGN INTENT CEILING/FLASHING DETAIL. FLASHING IS USED TO CONTROL THE MOVEMENT OF WATER WITHIN THE BUILDING AND MORE SPECIFICALLY USED TO DIRECT WATER OUT OF THE FACADE. THE FLASHING HERE SITS BEHIND THE WATERPROOF BUILDING MEMBRANE AND DIRECTS WATER OUT ABOVE THE SUSPENDED CEILING.


RIDGE CAPPING DETAILING FOR PRACTICAL REQUIREMENTS AND FOR DESIGN INTENT LYSAGHT RIDGE CAPPING DETAIL RUNNING ALONG THE HIGHEST POINT OF THE CONCEALED ROOFING SYSTEM, THERE ARE CUTOUTS WHICH ALLOW THE RIDGE CAPPING TO FORM A FLUSH FIT WITH THE ROOF PANELS. THE PANELS WOULD BE THEN TURNED UP ALONG THE UNDERSIDE TO PREVENT THE INGRESS OF WATER DUE TO WIND.


DRAIN DETAILING FOR PRACTICAL REQUIREMENTS AND FOR DESIGN INTENT PAVEMENT DRAIN ADJACENT TO STACKING DOOR. EXTERIOR TO SMALL 01 THERE IS A PAVEMENT DRAIN THAT LIES BETWEEN THE STACKING DOOR OF THE CLASSROOM AND THE VOID. ITS INSTALLATION AND USE IS LIKELY TO PREVENT FLOODING OF THE CLASSROOMS DURING RARE EXTREME WEATHER CONDITIONS, AND IS PITCHED TO CONTROL WATER MOVEMENT


BUILDING LOADING Education (Classrooms): UDA 3.0kPa GROUND CONDITION (Geotechnical Report) Site nearest to Bore Hole 1 Soil Classification: P (Problem) 0-100mm: Filling Clayey Silt 100-500mm: Clayey Silt 500-3500mm: Silty Clay (Angle of Repose 45˚) Bearing Capacity: 250kPa

Ridge

FOOTING Pad Footing PF50 2000x800x1800 Mass Concrete LEVEL 00 SLAB Suspended Stiffened Raft Concrete Slab Thickness: 125mm Edge Beam Thickness: 600mm Rests on 50mm Sand Plastic Membrane Sheeting (0.2mm) overlapped at 200mm Contains Rebate for Door D0.20 Concrete Cover: min. 75mm for footings, min. 50mm for slabs on ground Contains Dowel Bars for Concrete Blades Reinforcement: -Beam Trench Mesh: L12TM-4 Top and Bottom -Slab Reinforcement: SL92 Central

Parapet

LEVEL 00 CEILING Roofing

Rondo KEY-LOCK System (Proprietory) “Hidden” suspended ceiling 121 Suspension Rod (Attached to Underside of LEVEL 01 SLAB) to124 Suspension Clip to128 Top Cross Rail to129 Furring Channel to13mm Plasterboard Ceiling

IL CE 01 0 L 55 VE 6. LE L 16 R

LEVEL 01 SLAB

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Suspended Concrete Slab Thickness: 200mm Concrete Beams: -CB9: 450mm Thick -CB13: 550mm Thick Concrete Cover: min. 45mm for Suspended Slabs Contains Dowel Bars for Concrete Blades Reinforcement: -CB9 Trench Mesh: 7-N28 Bars at 80mm Top Cover + 7-N28 Bars at 80mm Bottom Cover -CB13 Trench Mesh: 7-N24 Bars at 80mm Top Cover + 7-N24 Bars at 80mm Bottom Cover -Slab Reinforcement: N12 Bars at 200 Centres

LEVEL 01 Ceiling Steel Framing

LEVEL 01 CEILING Rondo KEY-LOCK System (Proprietory) “Hidden” suspended ceiling 121 Suspension Rod (Attached to Underside of Roof Purlins) to124 Suspension Clip to128 Top Cross Rail to129 Furring Channel to13mm Plasterboard Ceiling

01 0 L 55 VE 3. LE L 16 R

DOORS + WINDOWS D0.20: Glas-Stax Suite FineFrame 75 W1.39: Fixed External Window Incorporating Openable Awning Sashes Window and Door Framing Powdercoated Against Corrosion CONCRETE WALLS (PRECAST)

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I IL CE 00 0 L 75 VE 2. LE L 16 R

Concrete “Blades”: Dimensions As Specified Cladding: -P20g: 92mm Steel Stud/ 1 Layer 9mm CFC Sheet on 35mm Tophats to 1 side only -T02c: 35mm Tophats/ 1 Layer 9mm CFC Sheet Plus Packing to Align with Adjacent Finishes Silicon Sealant

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Braced Wall W1.39

ROOFING LEVEL 00 Ceiling External Wall

Hot-Rolled Beams , Bearers and Purlins Minimum Roof Slope 4˚ and 6˚ FLOORING Carpet Resilient Comcork Rubber/ Cork Composite, 4.5mm Thick.

CB13

INTERNAL WALLS Concrete Blade Concrete Blade

CSR or RONDO Track and Stud System Floor Skirting Height 100mm consisting of 3mm MDF Foilboard Insulation Panel Ultra 20mm, 20mmThick, R2.6, 13mm CSR Impact Resistant Plaster Board

00 0 L 75 VE 9. LE L 15 R

EXTERNAL WALLS External Cladding: 8mm CFC Commercial Expresswall Façade System

D0.20

CB9 LEVEL 00 Slab

Drain

PF50

Ground

Axonometric Drawing Hans Liu | 586951 Scale: 1:20 @ A0 Tutorial Group: 8 Tutor: Paul Coffey Group: 2 Section: 5 Subject: Construction Design | ABPL30041


ROOFING AND SUBROOFING SYSTEM Lysaght 406 Klip Lok System 24 25

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Sarking or Building Paper will be installed as required, most likely under klips. Sarking: Sisalation 430 or 433 antiglare uno Roof Insulation (27): R3.2 in Total, R1.5 Insulation Blanket (Fibreglass), Safety Mesh Under Insulation

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Flashing as Appropriate for all Openings. Cowls (28) to Remove Excess Roof Heat

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30 PARAPET 168.805

Lysaght Purlins (G450 Cold Formed) Run Perpendicular to the Fall of the Roof. Attached to this are klip lok ‘klips’ and rails. BMT 1. This is a concealed, proprietary system. Lysaght Zincalume Colorbond BMT 0.7 Installed with Appropriate Overlap at Resultant Pitch, 4 and 6 Degrees Here, to Ridge. Purlins (24) Klips (25) Sheet Metal Roofing (26)

Suspended Ceiling Using Rondo Key-Lock Proprietary System 13mm Thick Plasterboard (29) Suspended by Steel Rods (30) cut to Length, Control Joints at ends of Plasterboard, Tracks (31) at 300CRS along Plasterboard

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EXTERNAL WALL SYSTEM

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Construction Uses 150mm Steel Studs and Tracks, Spaced at 300CRS 13mm Impact Resistant PLB on Internal Side. Lintel Is The Head Track of Wall System. Supported by Level 01 Slab Insulated as Walls

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Top Hats to Fix 8mm Cementex Vitrapanel (21) to external side, and colorbond steel to interior of parapet. Sarking (22) and Flashing as Required, Flashing (23) to Match Roof (Zincalume)

22 LEVEL 01 CEILING 166.550

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LEVEL 01 OTHER INTERNAL VERTICAL ELEMENTS

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All Walls Use either 92mm or 150mm Steel Framing (Most Likely Rondo Studs and Tracks) No Noggings as the walls are braced with layers of Ply on Each Side. As with Ground Floor, Walls are Insulated with 20mm Foilboard Insulation Panel

15.3 26

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W1.1.139 Allumium With Thermal Break, BMT 1.6. Supported By Lintel System Mentioned Above. Pelmet Space is provided using Rondo Suspended Ceiling System, See Above

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LEVEL 01/ROOF STRUCTURAL FRAMEWORK

15.1 17 14.1 14.1

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15.2

LEVEL 01 163.550

15.1 15.2 14.2

Four Columns in Region Covered by Drawing. All Columns are concealed by internal walls and thus sit on the slab. The Columns are Cold Formed. C42 100x100x9.0 SHS 350MPa C103 100x100x6.0 SHS 350MPa Bearers Run Over Columns in Most Cases (Continuous Joint) To allow for the designed fall of the roof. Six Bearers in Region Covered by Drawing, Shown are Three RB20 300PFC 300 Plus RB42 200PFC 300 Plus RB94 200UB18.2

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LEVEL 00 CEILING 162.750

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Bracing BR12 Between C42 and C103

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20mm Diameter Framing Rods Attached Using Cleat Plates to Columns and Bearers as Shown, to Combat Wind Load

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LEVEL 01 CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB

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Slab is Poured in Two Stages, Beams are Formed First using Propping, Temporary Formwork (OSB, MDF) and Scaffolding, and then Bondek or Similar (0.1BMT) with Sheer Studs 19mm Diameter, 300max Centres, is used as a base to pour the rest of the slab. This is not shown anywhere in the drawings, and thus is not illustrated graphically. Slab Holds Suspended Ceiling, One Way Span Slab. Slab Reinforcement: N12 Knurled Bars, 30mm Bottom Cover

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LEVEL 00 159.750

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CB13 Transfers Slab Point Loads to Load Bearing Blades Edge Beam 900x450mm Deep, Reinforcement: 7 N24 Knurled Bars, 80mm Top/Bottom Cover, with 3 N10 Ligs at 200CTRS

VERTICAL ELEMENTS LEVEL 00

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NGL 159.600

CB9 Transfers Slab and Point Loads to Load Bearing Blades Intermediate Beam 1200x550mm Deep, Reinforcement: 7 N28 (28mm Diameter) Knurled Bars, 80mm Top/Bottom Cover, with 4 N10 Ligs at 200CTRS

Prefabricated Concrete Blades, CP25, CP26, Concrete Grade S40 (40MPa), Chamfered Edges to Prevent Damage Installed Prior to Level 01 Concrete Pour, Lifted in to place by cranes prior to intermediate slab pour, propped until pour cured, Colour Coded Packers Used to Level Blades, Grouted and Sealed. Transfer Load from Level 01, and are Attached Directly to Footings (tie bars) using Dowel Bars. Concrete Reinforcement is Cranked to Accommodate the Blades

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Attached to Blades are Internal Walls, Constructed Using 92mm Steel Studs and Tracks. Walls are Insulated (unspecified, likely Foilboard Insulation Panel), and Covered in 13mm Impact Resistant Ply

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Steel Stacking Door Frame D0.20, BMT of 1.6mm Finished Floor and Ground Level should be within ~20mm of one another Frame rebated to slab, tied at ceiling.

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CONCRETE GROUND FLOOR SLAB

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Slab Sits on 50mm Compacted Sand Reinforcement for Slab: SL92 Mesh Central (2 Way) 8.55mm Diameter Knurled Rods at 200CTRS

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Slab is supported by Tie Beams Reinforcement for Tie Beams: 2 N16 Knurled Bars Top, 70mm Cover, with N10 Knurled Ligs at 250CTRS

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Paving Slab sits level Reinforcement for Paving Slab: SL82 Mesh 25 Top Cover 7.66mm Diameter Knurled Rods at 200CTRS Waterproofing Membrane 0.2mm Thick, Sheets are Lapped at 200mm and Taped Concrete Cover Natural Ground Level After Removal of Top Soil is 250mm Lower than the FFL

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Rebate for Stacking Door – Width 100mm, Depth 35mm Slab is boxed out for Concrete Blades Surface Unfinished Dowel Bars for Concrete Blades Concrete is Cured for at least 7 Days after Pour. Covered Drain Runs along Slab

FOOTINGS 1 PF34 2600 x 700 x 1800 Mass Concrete

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PF50 2000 x 800 x 1800 Mass Concrete

FOUNDATIONS Site Classification Class P Bore Hole Chosen BH 1

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Depth Description Moisture Structure -100mm Filling Clayey Silt DRY Variably Comp Filling -500mm Clayey Silt DRY Residual Top Soil -3500mm Silty Clay (Very Stiff) SM Residual Soil Profile Contains Tree Soil Moisture Condition Improves Roots Beyond 2500mm Site Stripping

Top Soil Removal of 100mm

Bearing Capacity - 250kPa Ground Water – No Moisture Was Encountered, Test Pits Remained Dry Soil Graded at 1:100 min Away From Building Angle of Repose for Clay 45° Tree Roots and Presence of Floaters in Soil Profile Across Site Result in changes to expansion characteristics of soil. Granular Fill laid in 200mm layers and compacted to VicRoads Class 4 to a level of 60mm 2

Termite Protection to Australian Standards, TermiMesh

NOTES SCALE:

1:20 AUTHOR:

SHAHN BHAL 587459

AXONOMETRIC DRAWING, REGION 5

LIVE LOADS Ground Floor 3.0kPa Suspended Ceiling 3.0kPa Stairs and Balconies 4.0kPa Roof 0.25kPa

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METAL FINISHES AND METALWORK External and Internal Steel is Galvanised to prevent corrosion Window and Door Framings are Powdercoated to prevent corrosion and moisture invasion 3mm Anodised Floor Angle placed between different floor finishes. FLOOR FINISHES Floor Finishes for Small 01, Small 04, Campus OP is Carpet, Cork Used in Corridoor. Roof Fall Arrest System Installed as Appropriate Load Travels from Parapet and Roof to Horizontal Roof Bearers (Roof via Purlins). Load Transfered to Columns, then the slab, load travels down beams and blades to ground slab, where it is transfered via beams and footings to the ground.

Shahn Griffin, Hans Liu | Construction Design ABPL30041 University of Melbourne  

Document outlining a model demonstrating the construction and construing of a portion of the new building for Ivanhoe Grammar in Mernda, VIC

Shahn Griffin, Hans Liu | Construction Design ABPL30041 University of Melbourne  

Document outlining a model demonstrating the construction and construing of a portion of the new building for Ivanhoe Grammar in Mernda, VIC

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