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Infrastructure Development Code

IT-4.1 Inspection

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Refer to IT-1 General Provisions for the procedure for initiating inspection by Council Representatives.

IT-4.1.1 Formal Inspections

The following inspections shall be advised to and undertaken with Council’s Representatives:

  1. Sub-grade inspection. 

Acceptance of the subgrade and its test results by both the Engineer and Council’s Representative shall be confirmed prior to work commencing on the sub-base/basecourse construction activities.

  1. Sub-base inspection. 

Acceptance of the sub-base and its test results by both the Engineer and Council's Representative shall be confirmed prior to work commencing on the basecourse.

  1. Pre-seal inspection (completed carriageway basecourse). 

Acceptance of the basecourse and its test results by both the Engineer and Council’s Representative shall be confirmed prior to membrane sealing of the carriageway.

  1. Pre-surfacing inspection (after completion of seal membrane). 

Acceptance of the membrane seal, any relevant test results and any other inspection and testing requirements for other assets located in the carriageway by both the Engineer and Council’s Representative shall be confirmed prior to final surfacing.

  1. Pre-concrete pour inspection for footpaths. 

Acceptance of the formwork and footpath sub-base by both the Engineer and Council’s Representative shall be confirmed prior concrete pour.

  1. Other inspections may be required that are not listed above. These will be advised by Council where applicable.
  2. A complete inspection of all assets prior to s224(c) application is required as specified in IT-1 General Provisions.

IT-4.1.2 Random Inspections

Council will undertake random inspections of all site features throughout the construction period to ensure good industry practice and compliance with all requirements for the infrastructure development are being followed.


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