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CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENTPLAN – F23 ADMINISTRATIONBUILDING

DOCUMENT HISTORY

Issue Change Type Amendment Summary Author Date01 Preliminary Plan RY 06/12/2015

02 Preliminary Plan – For DA RY 01/03/1603 Preliminary Plan – DA Update RY 07/04/16

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0 INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................................. 42.0 STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT...................................................................................................... 5

2.1 Summary ...............................................................................................................................................................52.2 Stakeholder List .....................................................................................................................................................52.3 Issues & Risks .......................................................................................................................................................62.4 Innovation, Value Add ............................................................................................................................................7

3.0 TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT................................................................................................................. 93.1 Introduction ...........................................................................................................................................................93.2 Description of Proposed Development Works ....................................................................................................... 10

3.2.1 Description .............................................................................................................................................. 103.2.2 Programme .............................................................................................................................................. 103.2.3 Hours of Construction............................................................................................................................... 103.2.4 Access Management ................................................................................................................................ 11

3.3 Impact of Proposed Works ................................................................................................................................... 143.3.1 Construction Traffic .................................................................................................................................. 143.3.2 Heavy Vehicle Routes .............................................................................................................................. 143.3.3 Traffic Management and Control............................................................................................................... 153.3.4 Construction Traffic Volumes .................................................................................................................... 163.3.5 Parking .................................................................................................................................................... 163.3.6 Public transport Services .......................................................................................................................... 16

3.4 Mitigation Strategies ............................................................................................................................................ 173.4.1 University Grounds .................................................................................................................................. 173.4.2 Pedestrians.............................................................................................................................................. 183.4.3 Vehicle Movements .................................................................................................................................. 183.4.4 Driver Code of Conduct ............................................................................................................................ 193.4.5 Discussion with RMS ............................................................................................................................... 19

3.5 Conclusions ......................................................................................................................................................... 194.0 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY ......................................................................................... 20

4.1 Introduction ......................................................................................................................................................... 204.2 Construction Waste Management Plan ................................................................................................................. 204.3 Erosion & Sedimentation Control .......................................................................................................................... 29

5.0 CONSTRUCTION METHODOLOGY ............................................................................................... 315.1 Site location & access .......................................................................................................................................... 315.2 Site establishment Plans ...................................................................................................................................... 335.3 Materials Handling Strategy ................................................................................................................................. 35

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5.3.1 Strategy ................................................................................................................................................... 355.3.2 Plant & Equipment ................................................................................................................................... 36

5.4 Project Staging .................................................................................................................................................... 375.4.1 Enabling Works ........................................................................................................................................ 385.4.2 Structure .................................................................................................................................................. 385.4.3 Façade .................................................................................................................................................... 415.4.4 Services .................................................................................................................................................. 415.4.5 Fitout ....................................................................................................................................................... 425.4.6 External Works ........................................................................................................................................ 42

6.0 QUALITY ........................................................................................................................................ 436.1 Introduction ......................................................................................................................................................... 43

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1.0 INTRODUCTION

A preliminary Construction Management Plan has been compiled for the construction of the F23 Administration Building at theUniversity of Sydney.The University of Sydney is developing a new campus gateway at the City Road entrance to the Camperdown Campus(Eastern Avenue). The gateway will be defined with two new buildings, F23 to the west and an eastern building identified asLEES1. There will be public domain works linking the two. This project is part of the University’s Capital Improvement Projectsprogram.The Administration building on the corner of City Road and Eastern Avenue will be a new building into the main campus ofthe University of Sydney at Camperdown. The building responds directly to its urban landscape and locality and must instiland evoke visible leadership.The building will co-locate and consolidate a number of the Universities Senior Executive teams and departments, whilstproviding flexibility in the floor plates to allow a variety of best practice work place environments. The building will be futureproofed for these evolving changes. The City Road administration building will meet the accommodation needs of theChancellor, theVice Chancellor’s and associated Offices, and the Deputy Vice Chancellors and associatedteams. The building comprises of approximately 16,000m2 and will accommodate up to 622personnel.

The construction management plan will be developed in further detail prior to constructions commencing.

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2.0 STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT

2.1 Summary

A project specific Stakeholder Engagement Plan will be developed for the F23 Administration building upon Contract Award inJanuary 2016.The plan will be divided into two sections, Part One being the Initial Strategy, and Part Two will be the Delivery Stage StakeholderEngagement Strategy and Action Plan.Part One of the plan will address the following items;

· Objectives & Scope

· Stakeholder list

· Issues & Risks

· Innovation, Opportunities and the Value Add

· Mapping

· Recommended tools and Activities

· Final Considerations.Part Two of the plan will identify the actions during Delivery stage of the project.

2.2 Stakeholder List

The key stakeholders for the project have been identified in the following table. This list will be developed as the projectprogresses through the concept phase and at deliver phase.

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2.3 Issues & Risks

The key issues or risks that have currently been identified for this project are identified below, along with how these may bemitigated. During the planning phase of the project these risks will be individually addressed to identify the complexity andmeasures developed to reduce the impact on the project. It is likely further risks will be identified during the planning phase whichwill be captured, studied, and processes put in place to mitigate them.

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2.4 Innovation, Value Add

Key opportunities that have been identified during the Initial stakeholder strategy are identified below. These are areas whereLendlease will endeavour to go over and beyond to ensure stakeholder relations are positively addressed throughout the lifecycleof the project. Feedback will be sought on the level of engagement from the relevant stakeholders to measure the value add at theend of the project.

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3.0 TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT

3.1 Introduction

This report details the Construction Traffic Management Plan (CTMP) for the University of Sydney’s F23 Administration Building.This plan has been drafted in coordination with the findings from the GTA Traffic Impact Study prepared by the University of Sydneyduring the EOI Phase of the project.

This plan will be further developed and discussions will commence with Sydney City of Council and RMS for this plans endorsement.

The purpose of the CTMP is to assess the proposed access and operation of construction traffic associated with the proposeddevelopment with respect to safety and capacity. The CTMP is to be submitted in support of the development application.

The site is located within the University of Sydney’s Camperdown Campus close to City Road; an arterial route in the area whichmarks the end of the Princes Highway. Figure 1 below illustrates the location of the proposed development site for F23 and theproposed F07 development site adjacent to Eastern Avenue.

Figure 1 – Site Location

The proposed development will close down the intersection of Eastern Avenue, City Rd and Butlin Avenue. This requires thereopening of Fisher road through to City road which has been temporary closed to facilitate previous developments within theCampus.

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3.2 Description of Proposed Development Works

3.2.1 Description

The proposed development of the F23 Administration building will consist of the following;

· Two levels of Basement Carpark for approximately 100 car spaces

· Ground Floor level of Meeting rooms and exhibition spaces and a Café

· Three floors of office space consolidating various working groups of the university, including the Chancellery

· Plantroom Spaces within the Roof and Basement

· Site public domain and landscaping work, and;

· Vehicle drop off zone.This development on completion will consist of approximately 16,000 m2 Gross Floor Area (GFA)

3.2.2 Programme

The following key milestones are identified for the construction of F23 Administration building;

· Fisher Road Augmentation works May 2016 – July 2016.

· Erect Site boundary hoardings July 2016.

· Earthworks – July 2016 – September 2016.

· Sub Structure – October 2016 - November 2016

· Structure – November 2016 – March 2017

· Services & Finishes – January 2017 – September 2017

· Façade and Roof – February 2017 – May 2017

· External works – August 2017 – November 2017.

· Practical completion – December 2017.The Concrete Structure and the building envelope trades will represent the peak construction vehicle movements with approximately20-30 per day.The construction phase will involve bulk excavation of two levels, the building foundations, four levels of concrete structure fromGround Floor, steel portal frame roof, glass façade and solid cladding, dedication building fit-out complete with services and externalworks to the podium.

3.2.3 Hours of Construction

Development approval is still to be sought, however it is anticipated that working hours will be as follows:

· Monday to Friday: 7:00am to 6:00pm

· Saturday: 7:30am to 5:00pm

· No work on Sundays or NSW public holidays.

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3.2.4 Access Management

There will be 5 construction vehicle entrance gates to the site. Each gate has a different purpose, and will be utilised during variousphases of the project. The gate usage is summarised below in table 1;

GateNo

Type Usage Vehicle Type Vehicle Direction

1 10m wide Doubleswing

Primary use during all phases ofthe project

Semi-Trailer and Less Entrance only off Fisher Rd

2 7m wide Slidinggate

Primary use during all phases ofthe project

Semi-Trailer and Less Exit Only Left onto City Rd

3 5m wide Doubleswing

Secondary use during structureand fitout phases

Rigid Exit Only Left onto City Rd

4 4m wide DoubleSwing

Secondary use during structureand fitout phases

Van Entry & Exit off Fisher Rd

5 5m wide Doubleswing

Secondary use during structureand fitout phases

Rigid Entry & Exit off Fisher Rd

Table 1 – Construction Gate Usage

All construction vehicles will approach the site heading East along City Road. They will then turn left into Fisher Road and enter thedesignated gate as identified in the Materials Handling Plan.

All gates will be closed at all times unless supervised by Traffic Controllers who will facilitate safe movement of vehicles, inaccordance with the approved traffic control plan.

Due to limited construction vehicle space, all deliveries will be booked in 24 hours in advance to coordinate movements of vehiclesand prevent backing of vehicles on City road. Communication to traffic controllers for vehicles on approach will be via mobile phone,whereby the designated traffic controller located at City Road will be contactable by delivery drivers to ensure access is provided.

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Figure 2 Materials Handling plan for F23 and construction gate locations

Pedestrians will not be permitted along Fisher Road adjacent to the site as there is no footpaths. Hence management of pedestriansat Gate 1 and 5 is of lower risk than Gates 2 and 3 along City Road. Pedestrians will be controlled at the time of vehicles exitingGate 2 and 3 by use of Traffic Controllers utilising accordion gates, signage and flashing lights. Timing of vehicles exiting gate 2 & 3will be in line with the signalised operations of the existing intersection. That is they will be managed with the timing of vehiclesexisting Butlin Avenue and turning right onto City Road.

Single Unit trucks and flatbed trucks will be utilised for the majority of deliveries during the excavation, structure and fitout phases.However during the structure phase there may be some requirements for semi-trailer deliveries for scaffold and formwork. Thefollowing turning path diagrams indicate how a semi-trailer will access gate 1 and exit gate 2. Traffic controllers will be required tocontrol traffic upon entering and existing the gates due to the turning circle required. This will be developed in the traffic control plan.

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Figure 3 Semi Trailer Turning path entering Gate 1, existing Gate 2

‘B’ Class hoardings will be installed in the locations identified during the project. Their purpose is to provide overhead protectionwhen constructing the roofing elements of the building due to the proximity to the boundary. They will be installed for a period of 8weeks.

Figure 4 Materials Handling plan for F23 and construction gate locations – Close up Gate 1, 2, & 3

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3.3 Impact of Proposed Works

3.3.1 Construction Traffic

The challenge of this development will be to maintain segregation of construction vehicle operations and pedestrian foot traffic. Thisarea of the campus is the gateway to the Camperdown and Darlington campuses. Pedestrians approach via buses, and foot fromRedfern station utilising the footbridge over city road and the signalised pedestrian crossing across City Road.It will be imperative that traffic controllers control vehicle movements and pedestrians to ensure safe crossing of vehicles into thesite.

3.3.2 Heavy Vehicle Routes

As the access will be controlled by a left-in left-out restriction, vehicles entering the site must approach from the south and exittravelling north. The expected construction material will be local to the central business district. As such, the majority of constructionrelated traffic is expected to approach and exit to the north, however the access location does not restrict construction materials andresources being sourced from alternate sources.

The primary construction traffic routes for heavy vehicles accessing and exiting the site are outlined below.

West

· Vehicles approaching from the west will travel on the M5 East Freeway, turning left onto King Street turning left intothe University via the University Access.

· Vehicles travelling from the construction site to the west will exit the University access onto City Road via constructionaccess, turning left on the Parramatta Road travelling west.

North

· Vehicles approaching from the north, will travel along the Bradfield Highway onto Harris Street, continuing ontoRegent Street and Botany Road. Continuing south the vehicles will turn right from O’Riordan Street to Canal Road andturn right onto King Street where they will approach the site from the south.

· Vehicles exiting to the north will turn left onto the City Road, turning right onto the Parramatta Road travelling upWattle Street onto the M4 Western Distributor Freeway.

East

· Should vehicles be required from the east, they are proposed to approach from Gardeners Road, through to CanalRoad and right onto King Street approaching the site from the south.

· Vehicles exiting to the east are proposed to turn north out of the site and turn onto Cleveland Street travelling easttowards Anzac Parade.

South

· Vehicles travelling south are proposed to approach the site from the south along King Street.

· Vehicles exiting the site and travelling will turn north out of the site and turn right onto Cleveland Street, turning rightonto the Eastern Distributor.

Figure 5 shows the proposed heavy vehicle routes related to the construction traffic. The approach routes are shown in red and theegress routes in green for the north, south, east and western directions.

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Figure 5 Vehicle Access Routes

3.3.3 Traffic Management and Control

The access is to be controlled by qualified traffic controllers at the access and restricted to a left-in left-out control. Priority will beprovided to construction vehicles entering the site. Pedestrians crossing the access will be managed by accordion gates to ensurethat pedestrians do not conflict with entering and exiting construction vehicles. Vehicle management will be controlled by the trafficControllers ensuring construction will have negligible effect on City Road. Communication to traffic controllers for vehicles onapproach will be via mobile phone, whereby the designated traffic controller located at City Road will be contactable by deliverydrivers to ensure access is provided. At no times are deliveries permitted to park on City Road. Should the gates be closed, thedelivery will need to continue along City Road and reapproach accordingly in line with the CTMP.

A Traffic Control Plan will be developed and approved for traffic controllers to carry out intermittent stoppages on City Road.

As identified, Fisher Road will be reinstated to allow public vehicles enter left off City road adjacent to the gate keeper’s lodge, andexit turning left onto City road. There will be no pedestrian access along Fisher road adjacent to the site. The existing intersection ofButlin road/City Road /Eastern Avenue will close access to Eastern Avenue. However signals will operate for all other approaches.The signal operation will facilitate construction vehicles exiting the site from gates 2 and 3. Modifications to the signalised operationis to be sought from RMS.

At the completion of construction, entrance into the existing Fisher road will be provided to the VIP drop off zone from the existingintersection. Below is the turning circle of a car turning left off City Road into the drop off zone. Similarly cars can enter the VIP dropoff zone heading straight from Butlin Avenue.

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Figure 6 Turn Path for Final VIP drop off Arrangement Post Completion of F23

3.3.4 Construction Traffic Volumes

It is expected that the peak movements during the structure phase of construction will be bogies removing spoil from the excavationand supply of concrete trucks. The peak movements are calculated as follows;

· Approximately 13 bogie loads of spoil removal for 40 days during excavation = 15000m3

· Approximately 30 concrete loads per major concrete pour.

All general deliveries will be organised to mostly take effect outside peak traffic periods.

3.3.5 Parking

There will be no facility for parking on site. There is minimal metered car parking on City road which may be utilised by workers.

3.3.6 Public transport Services

No bus services would be impacted by construction traffic as the work is confined to off street works with the University of Sydneycampus.The bus and rail services in the vicinity of the site are shown in Figure 7. The following bus services operate in the area along CityRoad:

· 352 – Marrickville Metro to Bondi Junction via Surry Hills

· 370 – Leichhardt to Coogee

· 422 – Kogarah to City via Newtown

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· 423 – Kingsgrove & Dulwich Hill to City via Newtown

· 426 – Kingsgrove & Dulwich Hill to City via Newtown

· 428 – Canterbury to City via Newtown

· M30 – Mosman, Cremorne, Neutral Bay City, Newtown, Enmore Sydenham

· L23 – Kingsgrove & Dulwich Hill to City via Newtown

· L28 – Canterbury to City via Newtown

Figure 7 Bus and Rail Network map

Redfern Railway station is located nearby and will be used by construction workers who cannot access the site via bus.

3.4 Mitigation Strategies

3.4.1 University Grounds

Parking on campus is controlled through the issuing of parking permits. No construction related vehicle will be issued this permit andthe parking is regulated by Campus security. The likelihood of construction vehicles parking within the campus is low. Parking will beprovided within the construction site for required vehicles on site however, significant numbers of the workforce will travel by trainand bus outside the morning and afternoon commuter peak.

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3.4.2 Pedestrians

A pedestrian control plan has been prepared to identify how pedestrian access will be managed around the construction site.Eastern Avenue is the gateway to the campus, and is heavily pedestrianised from access from Redfern station and Bus zones alongCity roadPedestrians will be managed by qualified traffic controllers and accordion gates to maximise pedestrian safety.

Pedestrians will be managed so that they will not conflict with heavy vehicles accessing the site using appropriate warning signageand verbal direction by traffic Pedestrians will have right of way at the access when delivery vehicles are exiting the site. Whenvehicles are entering the site, vehicles will have right of way to avoid cuing of vehicles on City road. As a result, additional delays topedestrians on the northern side of City Road will be nominal. The pedestrian controls will be provided in in line with the City ofSydney Construction Regulations Units requirements.

Figure 8 Pedestrian Management (Control) Plan

3.4.3 Vehicle Movements

During the peak vehicle movements, construction traffic will be managed so that construction vehicles will only exit the site in thebeginning of the morning peak. Exiting vehicles give way to through traffic on City Road and construction traffic will therefore haveminimal impact on City Road during the morning peak.

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3.4.4 Driver Code of Conduct

To manage driver conduct the following measures are to be implemented:

· All deliveries are to be pre booked

· All deliveries are to check in at the site office

· Vehicles are to enter and exit the site in a forwards direction along the travel

· path shown on delivery maps

· Drivers are to give way to pedestrians and plant at all times.

3.4.5 Discussion with RMS

The traffic management plan requires consultation with RMS and Sydney City Council. Upon authorisation of the University,Lendlease will commence discussions with RMS about traffic management and the changes to the existing intersection. GTA will beused to lead and facilitate these discussions with RMS.The Traffic management plan should be coordinated with the traffic management for the F07 site as there will be many constructionvehicles approaching the campus at one time, and coordination of these activities is required to minimise the impact on the operatingcampus and City road.

3.5 Conclusions

This report details the Construction Traffic Management Plan (CTMP) for the University of Sydney F23 Administration Building. TheCTMP assesses the proposed access and operation of construction traffic associated with the proposed development with respect tosafety and capacity.

The site is located within the University of Sydney’s Camperdown Campus close to City Road; an arterial route in the area whichmarks the end of the Princes Highway. It is proposed to access the development from City Road. Modifications to the existingintersection are required to allow construction works to process, and the reopening of Fisher road to City road.

The main construction works is scheduled to commence from June 2016 for a period of 18 months.

A Traffic Control Plan (TCP) will be developed upon communication with RMS. The TCP will outline the controls and measureswhich will be in place.

All general deliveries will be organised to generally take effect outside peak traffic periods. Pedestrians will be managed so that theywill not conflict with heavy vehicles accessing the site using appropriate warning signage and verbal direction by traffic Pedestrianswill have right of way at the access when delivery vehicles are exiting the site. When vehicles are entering the site, vehicles will haveright of way to avoid cuing of vehicles on City road.

It is expected that the construction of the F23 building will have negligible effects on the operation of City Road and surroundingstreets. Heavy vehicles are managed to be separated from pedestrians and non-construction related vehicle movements in thevicinity of the site and as such the construction traffic is expected to have negligible effect on the safety of the area.

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4.0 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY

4.1 Introduction

A detailed Environmental Health & Safety plan is being developed for the F23 Administration building.

4.2 Construction Waste Management Plan

A sub plan to the EHS plan is the Construction Waste Management Plan. The purpose of this plan addresses the SEARSConditions and also is a management tool for the team to effectively manage waste ensuring compliance with project targets onrecycling and reducing the impact on the environment. The SEARS conditions require the following to be addressed which isintended in this section of the CMP.

· likely waste stream classification;

· indicative quantities of waste (per classification);

· an overview of potential site practices that would contribute to a reduction in waste volumes through avoidance, reuseand recycling.

WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN

Scope:

This Waste Management Implementation Plan details management measures for solid and liquid wastegeneration during the construction phase. It defines mitigation measures to be implemented, a monitoringprogram that enables control of the impacts of construction activities on potentially affected areas, andcontingency measures that may be implemented to minimise waste generation.

Objective:

The objectives of the Waste Management Plan are based on the hierarchy of avoidance/reduce, reuse,recycle, treat and/or dispose. To reuse and/or recycle a minimum of 80% of all Waste Material generated onthe construction site, thus achieving up to 80% reduction/avoidance in waste to landfill.

The key areas to avoid where possible on a construction site are the generation of: Demolition materials,Construction materials, Excavated materials, washout, Domestic and Human wastes and Litter.The project aims to:

· To minimise impacts from waste generation· To maximise beneficial re-use of excavated materials, thereby minimising off-site re-use or

disposal of waste to landfill· To ensure that all project personnel are aware of the importance of sound waste management

practices and the actions they can take.· All waste generated on site is tracked to ensure compliance with relevant legislation, conditions

and guidelines.· Minimise contamination of recyclable waste streams· Waste volumes are recorded and managed to allow for identification of areas for potential waste

reductions, recycling and / or cost savings.· Liaise with contractors or other workers to identify areas where they can reduce water and reuse

materials in their respective trades;

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Risks:

Waste materials generated on site are to be managed such that recycling is maximised and the volume ofwaste transported to landfill is minimised.The use of building materials that are fully recycled and/or include recycled material in their production will bemaximised where practicable. Materials selected must be fit for use.All disposal documentation from construction processes should be supplied to LL Building and filed in the siterecords for verification purposes.

The implementation of the Waste Management Plan is intended as mitigation measures and strategies in order to reduce waste disposalissues/incidents such as

· during excavation, a variety of spoil fill material will requiring disposal of site in accordance withlocal authority requirements

· Inappropriate disposal of waste and not receiving the correct documentation to verify disposal toappropriately licensed facility.

· Identification of any Hazardous building materials that may exist on the site.· Concrete waste is unnecessarily accumulated on site with some potential for entry into other

natural watercourses· Uncontrolled discharges of paint waste and/ or wet trade washout occurring from the site impacting

upon sensitive receptors including surrounding waterways.· Inappropriate storage of wastes on site with the need to segregate and storage of construction/

demolition and domestic waste prior to offsite disposal.

Key Legislation /Standards /Guidance

· National Packaging Covenant.State

(List the applicable legislation for the locality / State). (Refer to Appendix 2 for keyenvironment and WHS legislation)

Site ControlMeasures:

A general waste management contractor will be involved in the early stages of the project to ensure theeffective planning of waste Management.The installation and maintenance of Concrete Waste controls during the construction and demolition phase ifapplicable and priority will be given to concrete washout operations being performed off-site at the concretesupplier facility with agreement from the supplier the concrete truck deliveries.Identified Key Waste Streams for the project are detailed in the following Table 1

Control Measure Timing Methodology Responsibility Monitoring andReporting

Performance Measure

Planning / WasteIdentification

Undertake in-situsampling and testing ofspoil to determine wasteclassification.

Prior to workscommencing

After consultation withspecialisedenvironmentalconsultant a samplinggrid is to beestablished.

PM / CM

Report to besupplied byspecialisedenvironmentalconsultant.

Waste classifications andquantities (m3) confirmedwith various optionsavailable to project team.

Identify any excavated Prior to workscommencing

Any fill materialsidentified as requiring CM/SM Monthly Options for either re-use or

off-site disposal of

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Control Measure Timing Methodology Responsibility Monitoring andReporting

Performance Measure

material for reuse on site. excavation from withindevelopment footprintswill, where suitable, bere-used on the site.Subject to wasteclassificationcategories.

excavated soil materialswill be assessed at thedesign stage of the project.Targets tracked forperformance.

General waste categoriesto be identified for theimplementation of acollection bin system.Project waste types to beidentified and quantified.

Prior to workscommencing

This could be in theform of sourceseparation withdedicated bins forvarious waste streams.Separation bins to benominated (e.g.colour coded, orsignage used) for thevarious recyclablematerials, and non-recyclable wastematerials.

CM/SM Monthly

The contractors will beresponsible for placing oftheir waste in the correctbins.Adequate number of litterbins to be made availablewith bins found to be crosscontaminated theresponsible contractorsand costs to rectify. .

Hazardous buildingmaterials to be identifiedin Hazardous MaterialsBuilding Survey

Priordemolitionworkscommencing

Independent surveyorto prepare aHazardous MaterialsRegister

CMTo be reviewed byPM andincorporated intoWMP.

Preparation of afunctioning HazardousMaterials Register forbuilding materials.

Wet Trade Washoutprocesses and facilities tobe assessed and ifpossible and practicable adedicated facilityestablished andimplemented

Prior to workscommencing

Washout processesare to be minimisedand water recycling forthese activities areencouraged wherepossible

CM/SM Monthly

No uncontrolleddischarges of washoutmaterial.Washout facilities shouldNOT be plumbed to anybuilding services and willbe of a stand-alone nature

Major contractors andsuppliers will be asked tosubmit waste minimisationdetails.

Prior to workscommencing

Practical measuresassociated with theirworks to prevent wasteentering on site

SM Periodically

Waste streams resultingfrom their works which canbe recycled Alternativeproducts used.Bulk handling andreusable/returnabletransport containers will beencouraged

Packaging to beminimised and /or reuse At all times

All suppliers /contractors of buildingmaterials will beencouraged tonominate packagingminimisationprocedures

SM Monthly

Waste targets to betracked and reportedmonthly.

Storage of Waste

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Segregation and storageconstruction/ demolitionand domestic waste priorto offsite disposal.

At all times Waste contractor toaddress and followlegislativerequirements.

SM Weekly inspectionof Waste CollectionAreas.

No cross contamination ofwastes.No spillage or loss ofwastes from collectioncontainers in storageareas

Control Measure Timing Methodology Responsibility Monitoring andReporting

Performance Measure

Appropriate storage ofpaints / associatedproducts and wastestreams generated fromwashout processes.

At all times Site stores to consist ofsecure, lockable andwell ventilated areas.Wastes to be collectedin a secure containerwith bunding provided.

SM WeeklyMaintenanceChecks

No risk of damage to thesite environment and/oroff-site sensitive receptors.Checklist filed with the SiteEnvironmental Reporting.

Chemical wastesprotocols developed toensure these wastes arestored correctly (in sealeddrums) in designated,bunded areas.

All times Dedicated bunded areawith 110% capacity ofstored goods. Areashould be covered ifpossible.

SM / Foreman/supervisor

Weekly inspectionof Waste CollectionAreas.

Correct covers andcontainers for waste Nospillages/loss of wasteduring storage.

A Waste storage andHandling Diagram to beprepared.

Prior to workscommencing

Details the designatedstorage locations for allbins or holding areasincluding water /washout waste etc

CM / SM Review of Diagramprior workscommencing.

Diagram Map prepared &containing all relevantdetails.

Waste DisposalClassify waste that cannotbe reused or recycled fordisposal at approveddisposal facilities inaccordance with localWaste ClassificationGuidelines.Disposal of excavated fillmaterials deemed for off-site disposal.

At all times After consultation withspecialisedenvironmentalconsultant andengaged contractorwhich will dispose ofmaterial. Licensedwaste contractor andlandfill used

CM / SM Monthly tracking ofmaterials through.This may befacilitated throughthe progresspayment protocol.Waste classificationreports.Inspect as required.

Reconciliation of trackingregisters and wastedockets.All correspond to wastetypes/ volumes.

Hazardous waste requiresimmobilisation prior todisposal

At all times In consultation withspecialisedenvironmentalconsultant.Appropriately licensedcontractor to removeand transport waste tolicensed landfill

CM / SM Approval fromspecialisedenvironmentalconsultant prior toremoval. This mayinvolve Air qualitymonitoring daily.Clearance Surveyby hygienist asrequired.

Reconciliation of trackingregisters and wastedockets.Non-detect asbestosduring ambient airmonitoring.

Maintain all wastesampling andclassification results.

At all times As determined by thespecialisedenvironmentalconsultant

CM Monthly tracking ofmaterials through.This may befacilitated throughthe progresspayment protocol.

Waste transfer dockets /receipts for the life of theproject.

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Transport and handling ofdemolition/ constructionwaste and domestic wasteby licensed contractors.

At all times Only approvedcontractor to be used.Appropriate SWMS fortransportation of waste

SM Random inspectionof waste transportlicenses andvehicles.

Correct covers andcontainers for wastetransfer.No spillages/loss of wasteduring transport.

Demolition/ constructionand domestic wastedisposal to correctlicensed waste receivingfacilities.

All times Only approved wastereceiving facilities to beused.

SM Waste classificationreports.Inspect as required.

Waste disposal docketscorrespond to waste types/volumes.

Chemical wastes All times In consultation with SM / Foreman/ Random inspection Correct covers and

Control Measure Timing Methodology Responsibility Monitoring andReporting

Performance Measure

transported offsite mayrequire waste tracking inaccordance with theWaste Regulations.

specialisedenvironmentalconsultant.Appropriately licensedcontractor to removeand transport waste tolicensed landfill

supervisor of waste transportlicenses andvehicles.

containers for wastetransfer.No spillages/loss of wasteduring transport.

Paint waste (and otherwet trade waste) to bedisposed off-site to asuitably licensed wastedisposal facility orManufacture.

Only whenreuse/recyclingoptions notavailable.

Contractor to disposeto licensed landfill.

SM As required No waste disposed tounlicensed facilities.Copies of alltipping/disposaldocumentation to besupplied to LL B and filedwith site records.

Appropriate disposal of allwastewater from siteoperations (i.e. paintwashing) or temporaryfacilities (i.e. toilets).

At all times Collection and disposalof wastewater byapproved licensedcontractor

SM As required Waste disposal docketscorrespond to waste types/volumes.

Recycling

Demolition of any of theremaining components ofthe existing buildings willbe conducted in a mannerto maximise materialrecycling

Prior to workscommencing

A demolition strategywill be developed andfurther consideration ofsorting and segregatingwaste for reuse anddisposal.

CM/SM Monthly Nomination of the wastestreams to be reused andtracked against projectedtargets.

Waste building ordemolition materials (i.e.concrete, timber, steel,etc) to be segregated andstored in separate sitebins.

All times Appropriately designedwaste storage areaswith designatedrecycling bins.

SM Weekly inspection Clean waste bin area.No cross contamination ofwaste types.

Segregated wastebuilding/demolitionmaterials areappropriately recycled.

All times Approved wasterecycling contractor tocollect bins forrecycling.

SM Establishedcollection schedule.Audit actualrecycling volumescompared to wasterecycling targets(% ).

Waste recycling dockets.Waste recycling targetsare met.

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Any fill imported onto thesite is to have certifiedclearance.

As required Identification ofmaterial

CM/SM ClearanceCertificate

Certificate provided prior tobring to site.

Co-ordinate the use of rawmaterials – reuse or shareplywood, noise hoarding,site fencing and formworkwhere possible to reducewaste.

Prior to workscommencing

Ensure compliant tospecification and fit forpurpose.

PM /CM Tabled in projectmeetings.

Quantified in projectreviews.

Excess concrete to be re-used elsewhere on-sitewhere possible.

At all times. Concrete contractor toaddress.

SM/EM Monitoring asrequired by SM

No excess concrete left onsite.

Excess concrete to bestored on-site andcollected by recyclingcontractor.

Only whenreuse optionsnot available.

Concrete contractor toaddress.

SM/ EHSManager

Monitoring asrequired by SM.Waste recyclingdockets.

No hardened spills/ poursleft on site.

Control Measure Timing Methodology Responsibility

Monitoring andReporting

Performance Measure

Use of other recycledmaterial

At all Times Suppliers will beencouraged tonominate products thatinclude a recycledcomponent.

CM/SM Monthly Product selection willinclude a selection factorassociated withrecyclability and percent ofrecycled product.Washout Facilities

Concrete washout facilityPriorConstruction.

Dedicated area set upto facilitate thisprocess. Appropriatelydesigned washoutfacility & wastecollection system.

SM Monitoring asrequired by SM.Weeklyinspectionof facility andwaste collection.

Off-site recycling of solids(slurry)Specifically design plant toenable recycling of waterfrom solid wastes (slurry)which maximises waterreuse and minimises solidwaste generation.

Wet trades washout facilityPriorConstruction.

Dedicated area set upto facilitate thisprocess. Appropriatelydesigned washoutfacility & wastecollection system.

Monitoring asrequired by SM.Weeklyinspectionof facility andwaste collection.

Off-site recycling of solids(Slurry)Specifically design plant toenable recycling of waterfrom solid wastes (slurry)which maximises waterreuse and minimises solidwaste generation.Washout area kept cleanand drains/sumpsoperating.

Spill containment at washdown facility. At all times Designed into washout

area.CM/SM Weekly

inspections or asrequired.

No uncontrolleddischarges from thefacility.

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Cleaning procedure foracrylic based paints to beestablished.

PriorConstruction /At all times

Detail required incontractors SWMS.

SM Monthly No risk of damage to thesite environment and/oroff-site sensitive receptors.Facility is regularly used.Water recycling figures toCleaning Procedure for

solvent based paints to beestablished

PriorConstruction /At all times.

Detail required incontractors SWMS.

SM Monthly No risk of damage to thesite environment and/oroff-site sensitive receptors.Facility is regularly used.

Minimisation

Minimise packaging andmaximise use of recycledproducts by contractors.

At all times Review contractormaterials andpackaging proposals

CM/SM Inspect materialdeliveries/specifications.

Proven examples ofminimal packaging andrecycled materials.

Consider recycled materialsin the design of concrete,road base, asphalt and otherconstruction materials.

Prior to workscommencing

Ensure compliant tospecification and fit forpurpose.

PM /CM Tabled in designmeetings withappropriateacceptance signoff.

Material received withclearance certificates andfit for purpose.

Site Offices

Control Measure Timing Methodology Responsibility

Monitoring andReporting

Performance Measure

Recycling bins shall beprovided with the siteworking area.

As required Coordinated withexisting operationalfacility

CM/SM Ensure waste isdisposed inaccordance withexistingoperations

Monthly EHS Managersreview

Site amenities shall beprovided on-site as required

Prior to workscommencing

Coordinated with sitepopulation numbers

CM/SM Ensure waste isdisposed inaccordance withexisting facilitiesrequirements

All waste disposed ofappropriate

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Table 1 - Identified Key Waste Streams.

Key Waste StreamSegregation Areas /

Containers CommonlyAvailable

Re-use/ Recycling/ Disposal Method

Construction Sites

Concrete Wastes (solids) 10m3 binsReused in temporary works or site levelling wherepracticable, or sent off site for recycling as building anddemolition waste.

Concrete Wastes (solids) 10m3 bins Off-site recyclingLiquid wastes fromconcrete washout.

Dedicated washout facility Off-site recycling of solids (Slurry)On site recycling of waste water if possible.

Scrap metal 10m3 bins Off-site recyclingOrganic food scraps 240L bins Off-site to landfill with other non-recyclable municipal wasteFood packaging / cans /bottles /wrappers

240L bins Recyclables sorted for off-site recycling

Paper and / or other officebasedwastes from onsite offices

240L bins Off-site recycling

Asphalt 10m3 bins Reused in temporary works or site levelling wherepracticable, or sent off site for recycling or disposal

Green waste Wood chipped (trucks) Green waste to external recycling centre

Cables and parts10m3 bins with other

miscellaneous constructionwastes

Any metal components are to be segregated and theremainder taken off-site to landfill

Timber 10m3 bins Timber found during excavation is to be segregated andrecycled off-site or disposed

Excavated spoil StockpilesReuse on site if possible , reuse off-site under a resourcerecovery exemption or licence, or disposal off-site,

Liquid wastes from wettrades(paint, dry walls, renderers,tilers etc)

Dedicated washout device / plant /facility

Treatment system.

Off-site recycling of solids (Slurry)Specifically design plant to enable recycling of water fromsolid wastes (slurry) which maximises water reuse andminimises solid waste generation.

Sediment controls Stored on site Reuse controls where possible on other sitesSediment build up behinderosion andsediment control structures

Keep behind control structuresuntil they are at capacity Respread on site, unless obvious contamination with

hydrocarbons or other chemicals evident (by sight / smell)

Chemicals Storage andManagementDrums and containers(empty andcontaining no residue)

Stored in bunded areas. Taken off-site by licensed contractor for suitable rinsing anddisposal at licensed landfill

Waste oil, grease,lubricants

Sealed drums / containers inbunded area Off-site recycling by licensed waste oil recycler

Oily rags and filters 200L (or thereabouts) bins Off-site recycling by licensed waste oil recycler

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Used spill managementmaterials suchas absorbent pads / booms,usedabsorbent materials used tomop up oilspills / contaminated dirtfrom drippingmachinery or otherhydrocarbon / chemicalsources.

Bins and / or tanks suitably bunded Taken off-site to landfill.

Site Office & WorksitesGlass/plastic/ cans/paper/cardboard –potentially recyclable

240L bins specified for‘Recyclables Only’ as perdomestic recycling bins

Off-site recycling

Plasticwrapping/containers–collectedand littered

240L bins specified for‘Recyclables Only’ as per domesticrecycling bins

Off-site recycling or landfill as appropriate

General domestic wastes 240L bins Taken off site

Printer Cartridges Bin provided (capacity 20 – 25standard cartridges) Off-site recycling

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Site area map indicating the designated storage locations for segregated waste,water and washout waste etc

4.3 Erosion & Sedimentation Control

An erosion and sediment control plan has been prepared in accordance with Landcom’s Soil and Construction manual (commonlyknown as the Blue Book), Volume 1, March 2004. In accordance with Table 2.1 of the Blue Book, an erosion and sediment controlplan is required. The area to be disturbed is greater than 2,500m2. Prior to commencement of works, the erosion and sedimentcontrol measures will be finalised with the Civil Contractor to meet the requirements of the Blue Book, ensuring the design andphasing the installation of the measures to suit the construction staging. A stormwater sump and pump will be required during thebasement excavation and construction to capture and discharge trapped stormwater.

The attached diagram is the proposed controls for the site.

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5.0 CONSTRUCTION METHODOLOGY

5.1 Site location & access

The site is bounded by Eastern Avenue, Fisher Road and City Road with primary access to the site via City Road. The currentpurpose of the site is an on grade carpark for approximately 80 cars.

Figure 9 Site Location

Augmentation works to the road network are required prior to main construction works to isolate the site.Figure 10 identifies the widening of Fisher Road to allow vehicular two way access, and the closure of the existing CityRoad/Butlin/Eastern avenue intersection to isolate the site.

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Figure 10 Fisher Road Augmentation

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5.2 Site establishment Plans

The establishment of the site is to ensure that the site works are securely separated from the University population. To achieve thissegregation, there will be a series of ‘A’ Class hoardings and B’ Class Hoardings, combined with Chain Wire fencing. ConcreteJersey kerb barriers will be utilised foe the closure of the City Rd/Eastern Avenue intersection to segregate the site from City Road.

Site establishment will be one main establishment of perimeter hoardings and Accommodation for the F23 building. A period ofclearing and grubbing will be necessary to install the hoarding line, which will be carried out under traffic control requirements. Thiswill be along Fisher road adjacent to Madsen building, and Fisher road to City road.

The Fencing and Hoarding Plan below identifies the extent of the perimeter boundary of the works.

Figure 11 Fencing and Hoarding Plan

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The requirement for Fisher Road to be operational directly to City Road requires the A Class hoarding to be on the Eastern side ofthe road. Current construction planning identifies the need for a ‘B’ Class gantry to be erected over the road at the Southwest cornerof the F23 Building as construction will be in close proximity to the moving traffic along this road.

During construction of the roof of the South East corner of the building, it will be a requirement to install ‘B” class hoardings over thefootpath of City Road to provide additional overhead protection to pedestrians walking along the footpath. Once the roof structure iscompleted this gantry will be removed.Temporary modifications to the existing entrance will be carried out to facilitate the site boundary setup.

There will be 5 construction vehicle access gates to the F23 site. Construction gates numbers 2 & 3 will be located on City Road,and Gate 1 location on Fisher Road. Vehicles will only be able to approach the site from City Road heading east and turn left intoFisher road and enter Gate 1. Vehicles that enter gate 1 will either exit Gate 2 or 3 depending on where there purpose is for. Theywill exit and turn left onto City Road. Gate 5 and 4 will be utilised for deliveries of a secondary nature. They will enter and exit fromthe same gate.

During the site establishment period, Lendlease will procure the disassembly of the existing pillars and fencing at the City Roadentrance, and store these off site during construction. The heritage classed low level fence will be retained as required in accordancewith heritage requirements.

Figure 12 City Road Gate Dismantle

The workers and Lendlease site office will be located in the North East corner of the site adjacent to Madsen building. This will be atwo storey complex containing lunch, change and ablution facilities for the workers, and the site office for the Lendlease constructionteam. Whilst an impediment on Eastern avenue, it is beneficial to have the facilities located in close proximity to the site to reducedowntime and allow for ease of access to the workfront.

The configuration of the site accommodation complex in indicated below. Accommodation for the F23 building is designed toprovide occupancy for up to 140 workers during peak construction. This will be secure from the public.

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Figure 13 Site Accommodation Layout

5.3 Materials Handling Strategy

5.3.1 Strategy

A comprehensive material handling plan has been developed for the F23 construction. This strategy ensures that all site operationsare contained behind the boundary hoardings to provide the most safety to both the construction workers and the universitypedestrians. Activities such as crane lifting, concrete pours and unloading trucks will be all contained within the hoardingssegregated from the public.Lessons learnt from the recently completed Sydney Nanoscience Hub project was that the segregation of construction vehicles fromthe university pedestrians and vehicles was key to the safety success of the project. The F23 site has significant constraints tomanage. City road which bounds the site to the south is a major arterial road. Construction vehicle access from City road requirescareful management to ensure pedestrian and workers safety, and passing vehicles safety. As Gates 1 and 2 are primary means ofsite access for materials handling, they will be manned with Traffic controllers at all times. The below plan identifies the Materialshandling zone for where construction plant and vehicles will be located.

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Figure 14 Materials Handling Plans

5.3.2 Plant & Equipment

To facilitate construction of the F23 Building within a constrained site, major plant and equipment are needed where by it will reducehorizontal movement. The timing and durations of the plant are indicated on the development programme.An electric tower crane will be located to the south of the building footprint to provide for vertical lifting of construction elements. Thiswill be heavily utilised during the structure and façade stages of the programme. The hammer head tower crane will have a 75m jibwhich will provide sufficient coverage for the building footprint.The tower crane will be erected during the bulk excavation of the site. The crane erection setup will utilise the materials handlingzone and part of Eastern Avenue. This will be planned in further detail during the construction planning phase of the project.Dismantling of the crane would be in the same location.A man and materials hoist will be used for vertical movement of personnel and materials. This will be located at the north east cornerof the site in close proximity to the site accommodation. Materials will be unloaded via gate 3 materials handling zone, and/or liftedwith the tower crane from Gate 1 materials handling zone to the hoist. Once the structure is erected and the building watertight, thehoist will be removed, and reliance will be on the internal Goods lift which will be fitted out as a Builders lift.Loading Platforms will be utilised to facilitate formwork removal and the loading of fitout and façade materials to each floor. Theplatforms need to be strategically positioned to not be impeded by the roof overhang and to allow maximum time duration on site toallow materials to be pre-loaded onto the floors.

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A forklift will be used through the materials handling zone to unload materials and manoeuvre around the building as required.Unloading of waste bins and like will be carried out with the forklift to reduce manual handling of workers. The forklift will be utilisedpredominantly for delivering and unloading materials into the basement via the carpark ramp.The strategy for pouring of concrete for the structure will be to utilise a concrete static pump and line system so as to reduce theneed for mobile concrete pumps to be brought to the site for each pour. This provides greater efficiency and reduces the number ofvehicular movements in and out of the site. The static line pump will accommodate for a two truck feed which will reduce the time fora typical concrete pour which is estimated at approximately 300m3 per pour.Figure 14 identifies the proposed location of the major plant and equipment.

Figure 14 Plant and Equipment Plan

5.4 Project Staging

The staging of the works is identified in 6 key stages. Each stage of works is being planned to ensure design and procurement areplanned to meet the construction requirements. This includes authority approvals, University design sign off and subcontractorprocurement. The below timelines identifies the key stages and their durations in accordance with the development programme.

The expected number of site resources has been calculated in accordance with the development programme and is summarised intable 1.

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M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N DOVERALL

earlyworks 8 14

Structure 20 30 50 60 60 60 60 40Façade 10 15 25 20Services 20 20 30 50 60 60 60 40 25

Fitout 10 25 50 60 50 50 45 40 30 10Externalworks 10 20 20 20 15

No. ofResources 8 14 20 30 50 60 60 80 100 110 125 140 110 120 105 85 50 25

Table 1

5.4.1 Enabling Works

The existing site contains services that require relocation and diversion. This includes but is not limited to Stormwater, sewer,communications lines, and low voltage power supplies.These services diversion works are critical to be planned and carried out prior to main construction works. Detailed planning andassessment of these works is currently being undertaken to ensure coordination with the building footprint. Lendlease in conjunctionwith the University of Sydney Capital Works team is coordinating the services diversion works with the current building design.The sewer and stormwater diversion works are planned to be undertaken early in the new year. Further planning will be undertakenin the New Year to review watermain diversion and communications lines diversions. Upon these diversions site establishment willbe undertaken in accordance with the site establishment plans.

5.4.2 Structure

Once the site is established, the Shoring wall will commence. The piling rig will bore approximately 90 piles to the building footprintwhich will be anchored by temporary anchors and a capping beam. Bulk excavation will proceed with the disposal of over 16000m3of spoil. During the excavation the building footprint will be segregated with jersey barriers to ensure the safety of workers whilstbogies enter and exit the site.

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Figure 15 Excavation

At completion of the excavation and detailed excavation works the concrete structure will commence. Once the structure reachesground floor, perimeter scaffold will be erected ahead of the structure to provide perimeter protection. The scaffold will encapsulatethe structure and will have blue shadecloth and mesh on the outside to control noise and dust. The roof structure will be supportedby 20m long steel circular columns. These are currently designed to be lifted in one length and access provisions will be provided toassemble and complete the roof sheeting elements. Extent of scaffold is indicated in Figure 16.

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Figure 16 Scaffold Diagram

At the completion of the concrete structure, the formwork will be stripped and removed. With the use of off-site fabrication to reducematerials handling, waste, and site labour, prefabricated elements for the atrium will be crane lifted through the skylight roof zone.This includes the steel stair elements, and lift shaft steelwork. Following the installation of these elements from internal accessequipment, a birdcage scaffold will constructed internally to connect the skylight steelwork and fix off the glazing. For the safety ofthe workers this birdcage scaffold will be rated for 10Kpa to allow installation works to continue safely below the birdcage.

Figure 17 Internal Finishes

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Internal atrium scaffold will be erected to facilitate access to safely glaze the internal lift shaft, and to clad the stairs and complete thebalustrading works to the atrium. Detailed planning of these works will be undertaken to ensure the safety of the workers is put firstin this high risk zone, and that the quality of the works is not compromised as these finishes are important to the overall quality of thebuilding.

5.4.3 Façade

The façade of the F23 building compromises of complex elements which can be seen in the below image. The concrete profile variesthroughout the levels of the building depending on balcony overhangs which provides challenges for access to complete the claddingof the structure.Double glazed floor to ceiling window elements are the primary means of façade which will be installed from within the building.These will be loaded into the building with the tower crane and the loading platforms for installation to commence once all theformwork materials are removed from each floor.Solid cladding elements in conjunction with air intake requirements are proposed for the concrete spandrels and core walls. Theinstallation of these elements will require external scaffold for this installation in order to fix these materials to the concrete.The roof structure steelwork will be loaded onto the top floor slab and will be assembled with a maeda equipment and accessequipment. Feature steelwork columns will form a colonnade along the east and south elevation which support the steel roofstructure which is to be sheeted in conventional roofing products.The overhang of the roof structure is integral to the design of the building, and will comprise of a cladded soffit requiring access tosheet this element. Coordination with the existing trees along Fisher road will be challenging, and will require a series of cantileverscaffolds to allow safe access for workers to complete this cladding work.Feature lovers will be installed to the east & west to provide shading to this elevation for section J compliance. It is planned toprefabricate the louvers in fixed panels which can be craned into position, minimising the onsite construction activities and workersworking at height.

Figure 18 Façade Finishes

5.4.4 Services

Services works will commence in earnest one the floor plates become free from the structure material. High level services rough inwill be the initial activity followed by low level rough in in conjunction with the finishes trades.

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Services major plan such as fire pumps and chillers will be located in the basement levels, with localised AHU equipment floor byfloor. The roof mezzanine plantroom will compromise of gas boilers, cooling towers and other associated elements.

F23 electrical supply is dependent on the construction of the new substation as part of the F07 LEES1 development. This powersupply is critical to the completion of the project and is required for the commissioning of the building. Coordination with the builder ofF07 will be required up front to monitor this activity and provide access for cable reticulation. Reticulation of conduits from the F07substation to the F23 building requires further designing, planning and investigation as this is identified as a high risk element for theproject due to coordination with other in ground services.

The commissioning process of the building will require early involvement of the UoS services departments, including ICT andSecurity. The communications rooms will be prioritised to provide access for ICT to reticulate the communications infrastructure andconnect the F23 building to the university network. From this point, commissioning will be able to continue.

5.4.5 Fitout

The F23 building fitout will be delivered with exceptional quality. The selection of material will be chosen so that it’s durable,compliant with university guidelines and aesthetic pleasing. The team has extensive experience in delivering high quality fitouts, andthe planning and sequence of each trade is key to this success. Fitout will commence once the building is watertight to notcompromise material quality. Off-site fabrication will be sought where possible for joinery elements and feature bulkheads. Protectionof finishes will be applied as they are installed on site to minimise damage whilst trades coordinates their works on site. Level 4 fitoutwill be of higher specification in accordance with the brief, which will require additional management focus to ensure this is deliveredto expectations.Key focus will be on sequencing the works in the Atrium space. Installation of the glazed balustrades and interfacing with the steelfeature stairs floor to floor will require detailed design and planning. These works will be carried out off scaffold which will beprogressively dropped floor by floor as each level is completed.

5.4.6 External Works

The external civil and landscape works will commence in the later part of the programme once perimeter access equipmentrequirements such as scaffold and booms are not needed. There is an extensive area of hard and soft scape to be carried out due tothe footprint of the building and the existing surface conditions. Make good works to areas that have bene effected by the scopesuch as incoming services provision will also be carried out at this time.The reopening of City Road/Butlin intersection into Eastern Avenue will be timed for completion of the building works, which willprovide one way traffic into the Camperdown campus in accordance with the GTA traffic report.Decommissioning of the site accommodation will occur at the end of the project, and make good works associated in this area will becarried out at this time.

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6.0 QUALITY

6.1 Introduction

A Quality Management Plan will be developed for the F23 Administration building identifying how the Lendlease team will manageand deliver an exceptionally high quality building for the university.