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Infrastructure Development Code

QA-6.12 Hardcopy (PDF) As-Built Plans

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As-Built plans shall be formatted to appear similar to the following plan examples:

  1. AB-100 Infill As-Built Plan.
  2. AB-200 Streetscape and Reserves As-Built Plan.
  3. AB-400 Transportation Network As-Built Plan.
  4. AB-500 Stormwater As-Built Plan.
  5. AB-600 Wastewater As-Built Plan.
  6. AB-700 Water Supply As-Built Plan.
  7. AB-800 Earthworks As-Built Plan.

Line type and symbol detail shall be shown as per the line types and symbols provided within Councils software package. If no symbol or line type exists for an attribute, Council shall be consulted for creation or approval of a new symbol.

Construction Plans are not As-Built plans, however electronic amendments to a Construction Plan that shows actual As-Built levels and dimensions and is defined as an being an As-Built plan is suitable. This typically would apply to structural, electrical, cross-section and long-section As-Built information required by Council.    

QA-6.12.1  Plan Scale

Plans shall be suitably scaled to standard draughting scales i.e. 1:500, 1:250, 1:200 etc.

QA-6.12.2  Plan Parameters and Supporting Information

Unless advised by Council, the following is applicable when producing an As-Built plan for each asset:

  1. QA-6.12.2.1 Streetscape and Reserves
  2. QA-6.12.2.2 Transportation Network.
  3. QA-6.12.2.3 Stormwater.
  4. QA-6.12.2.4 Wastewater.
  5. QA-6.12.2.5 Water Supply.
  6. QA-6.12.2.6 Public Lighting.
  7. QA-6.12.2.7 Network Utilities.
  8. QA-6.12.2.8 Earthworks.

QA-6.12.2.1  Streetscape and Reserves

The Streetscape and Reserves As-Built information shall be included on the same plan/s and show the following as a minimum: 

  1. Plan view of all roads to be vested in Council.
  2. Location and type of: 
    1. sumps
    2. footpaths
    3. street signs
    4. trees 
    5. gardens (area)
    6. ground cover species
    7. structures e.g. street furniture, bollards, fences, signs, lighting, BBQ’s, Playground equipment
  3. Detailed plan information of any structural, mechanical and electrical components showing: 
    1. Critical Levels
    2. Dimensions
    3. Other critical construction detail relevant to the infrastructure

Clear and concise Key including common names, botanical names, grades, quantities and mature height of species chosen clearly and concisely represented. 

QA-6.12.1.1  Supporting Information - Streetscape and Reserves

Streetscape and Reserve As-Built information shall also include: 

  1. A maintenance schedule for weeding and replacement planting during the defects liability period.
  2. Product manuals for structural equipment e.g. BBQ’s etc

QA-6.12.2.2  Transportation Network

The Transportation Network As-Built plans shall show the following as a minimum:

  1. Plan view of all roads to be vested in Council.
  2. Location and type of: 
    1. sumps
    2. footpaths
    3. street signs
    4. structures e.g. street furniture, bollards, fences, signs, islands, etc.
    5. under channel subsoil drains.
    6. public lighting, traffic signals and components
    7. Council broadband components
    8. road marking
    9. ducting
    10. structural pavement support e.g. geogrid, geotextile
  3. Location of:
    1. street trees
    2. street gardens (area)
    3. culverts
  4. A Long-section plan showing the carriageway centre line levels (as constructed) as close as practicable to the chainages shown on the construction long-section plan.
  5. A Typical Cross-Section of the constructed pavement showing the depth and material type of the pavement layers for each road (or any areas of difference) and the road width. An area of difference may be a change in pavement layer thickness, greotextile/geogrid layers etc.
  6. A Road Marking and Signage plan detailing all road marking, signage and similar as completed on site. 
  7. Plan/s showing detail of constructed structural, mechanical and electrical components e.g. bridges, electric wiring for control boxes etc.    

Where As-Built plans become too cluttered, it is preferable to separate some information on to separate plans for ease of reading.

Due to the variance in transportation outputs, Council may request extra information for any project over and above the requirements of e)-h) above. Examples of this could include more detailed information around a busy intersection or cross-sections for super-elevated roads. Council may also elect to relax some of the requirements for smaller, less complex construction.   

QA-6.12.2.2.1  Supporting Information - Transportation Network

A copy of QA-6 - Apx A.1 Streetlight Form shall be supplied for each lighting structure constructed at the time of submitting As-Built information.

Transportation Network As-Built information shall also include product manuals for mechanical and electrical equipment; and surface/pavement test results.

QA-6.12.2.3  Stormwater

The Stormwater As-Built plan shall show the following as a minimum: 

  1. The type, class and size of all materials used.
  2. Location of all mains including subsoil drainage
  3. Service lines as follows:
  4. Location and depth of capped end of property connections.
  5. Location where any new connection enters the main. This shall be shown by a dimension from the nearest downstream manhole.
  6. Location and diameter of new manholes and rodding eyes
  7. Location and diameter of relevant existing manholes and rodding eyes, including Council asset ID’s and any change to level or position.
  8. Manhole invert levels of inlet and outlet pipes shall be shown on a table. (Multiple barrelled features shall be treated as multiple single features).
  9. Location and levels of sumps
  10. Location and invert levels of Culverts measured at both ends of the structure. Box culverts shall have the width and height recorded
  11. Ponds as follows:
    1. Pond location (top and bottom of batters).
    2. Pond spillway dimensions.
    3. Pond inlet/outlet levels.
    4. Location of Pond access.
    5. Location and type of any fittings, structures (where applicable).
    6. location of Overland flowpath (top and bottom of batters).
  12. Location, levels and certification forms of all stormwater management, treatment train and low impact design devices.
  13. Plan/s showing detail of constructed structural, mechanised and electrical components and  e.g, pump station, electric wiring for control boxes etc.
  14. Any other attributes forming part of the stormwater management system specifically requested by Council.

QA-6.12.2.3.1  Supporting Information - Stormwater

Stormwater As-Built information shall also include: 

  1. A maintenance schedule for all stormwater management, treatment train and low impact design devices.
  2. Product manuals, tags etc for mechanical and electrical equipment (where required).

QA-6.12.2.4  Wastewater

The Wastewater As-Built plan shall show the following as a minimum: 

  1. The type, class and size of all materials used.
  2. Location of all mains.
  3. Service lines as follows:
    1. Location and depth of capped end of property connections.
    2. Location where any new connection enters the main. This shall be shown by a dimension from the nearest downstream manhole.
  4. Manholes and rodding eyes as follows:
    1. Location and diameter of new manholes and rodding eyes
    2. Location and diameter of relevant existing manholes and rodding eyes, including Council asset ID’s and any change to level or position.
    3. Manhole invert levels of inlet and outlet pipes shall be shown on a table. (Multiple barrelled features shall be treated as multiple single features).
  5. Internal and external drop connections shall be identified and shown.
  6. Pump stations as follows:
    1. Location and Layout.
    2. Cross section and detail of the pumping station internal levels and layout.
    3. Long section of new rising main.
    4. Electrical line diagrams and any other electrical details.
  7. Plan/s showing detail of constructed structural, mechanised and electrical components and e.g, electric wiring for control boxes etc.    
  8. Any other attributes forming part of the wastewater management system specifically requested by Council.

QA-6.12.2.4.1  Supporting Information - Wastewater

Wastewater As-Built information shall also include product manuals, tags etc for mechanical and electrical equipment (where required). 

QA-6.12.2.5  Water Supply

The Water Supply As-Built plan shall show the following as a minimum: 

  1. The type, class, pressure rating and size (actual internal diameter (ID) and outside diameter (OD)) of all materials used. 
  2. Location and depth of mains. 
  3. Location of:
    1. hydrant boxes
    2. valve boxes
    3. water meters 
    4. tees and/or any other fitting forming part of the water supply system
  4. Longsection of new main at appropriate intervals acceptable to Council where diameter is larger than 200mm Ø or where depth deviates from standard acceptable depth. 
  5. Any other attributes forming part of the water supply system specifically requested by Council.

QA-6.12.2.5.1  Supporting Information - Water Supply

Water Supply As-Built information shall also include product manuals, tags etc for specialist devices e.g. RPZ, Large Control Valves (where required).

QA-6.12.2.6  Public Lighting

All Reserves lighting As-Built information shall be included on the streetscape and Reserves As-Built plan. All other Public Lighting As-Built information shall be included on the Transportation Network As-Built plan.

QA-6.12.2.6.1  Supporting Information - Public Lighting

 Public Lighting As-Built information shall also include:

  1. A copy of QA-6 - Apx A.1 Streetlight Form for each lighting column
  2. Product manuals, tags etc for mechanical and electrical equipment (where required).

QA-6.12.2.7  Network Utilities

The broadband As-Built information shall be included on the Transportation Network As-Built plan.

As-Built information for network utilities not owned by Council, such as electricity, telecommunications and gas shall be provided to the Utility Operator

QA-6.12.2.7.1  Supporting Information - Network Utilities

Certification from the Utility Operator shall be provided to Council to acknowledge all requirements for each network utility have been met by the Consent Holder.

QA-6.12.2.8  Earthworks

The Earthworks As-Built information shall include:

  1. Borehole and test positions.
  2. Contours of the completed landform displayed in 1.0m intervals.
  3. Final cut/fill locations.
  4. The extent and depth of all certified and uncertified fills displayed in 1.0m contour intervals.
  5. The positions of any building restriction lines and all designated building platforms.
  6. Extent, position and depth of all permanent subsoil drains, contour drains, cut off drains, overland flowpaths etc.
  7. Extent, position and relevant dimensions of any retaining structures, earth bunds or debris protection devices.
  8. Location of Ponds.
  9. Any other relevant engineering or topographical features.
  10. Any other attributes forming part of the stormwater management system specifically requested by Council.

This information is usually compiled within the Geotechnical Completion Report which includes bore logs, test results and other relevant geotechnical information. However, copies of these shall be submitted with all other As-Built information.

QA-6.12.2.8.1  Supporting Information - Earthworks

Earthworks As-Built information shall also include:

  1. Information as required within a Geotechnical Completion report as specified by QA-4 Quality Assurance Record (Completion).

Definitions in this section

As-built

Asset

Consent holder

Council

Footpath

Geotechnical completion report

Ground

Pavement

Road

Rural area

Street

Streetscape

Stormwater

Sump

Utility operator

Wastewater

Water supply

 

 

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