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Infrastructure Development Code

QA-6.4 As-built Information Types

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Depending on the size and type of works, As-Built information shall be submitted as either:

  1. QA-6.4.1 Hardcopy: Measurement Produced.
  2. QA-6.4.2 Electronic: Survey and Software Produced.

QA-6.4.1  Hardcopy: Measurement Produced

The following shall apply:

  1. This method is applicable to: 
    1. Subdivision Development Works Type 1 Asset Vesting Process (i.e. up to 3 independent dwelling units): Where only standard service connections are to be vested.
    2. Council Maintenance Works: Where only standard service connections are constructed.
    3. Service Connection Works both via Building Consent and non-Building Consent approval processes.
  2. Typically this would only be accepted for infrastructure where a Reduced Level (RL) is not required, the infrastructure is of minor risk and there are only a small number of assets. 
  3. This information can be tidily hand drawn with offsets to known boundaries given as locators.
  4. Asset information and attributes shall be provided as detailed in Councils guideline Electronic As-Builts and Infrastructure Asset Attributes
  5. This information shall be supplied in .pdf file format. 
  6. Council may request hardcopy paper copies where necessary. In general As-Built plans shall be supplied on A3 paper size. However, if required for clarity, larger paper sizes may be requested by Council

Confirmation from Councils Team Leader: Asset Information is required before providing As-Built information by this method. 

QA-6.4.2  Electronic: Survey and Software Produced

The following shall apply:

  1. This method is applicable to: 
    1. Subdivision Development Works Type 1 Asset Vesting Process (i.e. up to 3 independent dwelling units): Where more than just standard service connections are to be vested.
    2. Subdivision Development Works Type 2 Asset Vesting Process (i.e. Large scale subdivision, land use and 4 or more independent dwelling units).
    3. Council Capital Works.
    4. Council Maintenance Works: Where more than just standard service connections are constructed
    5. Any other works not mentioned above.
  2. Infrastructure shall be cadastral surveyed and this data processed and provided in accordance with acceptable software outputs.
  3. Asset information and attributes shall be provided as detailed in Councils guideline Electronic As-Builts and Infrastructure Asset Attributes.
  4. This information shall be supplied in .pdf file format. 
  5. Council may request hardcopy paper copies where necessary. In general As-Built plans shall be supplied on A3 paper size. However, if required for clarity, larger paper sizes may be requested by Council. 

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