CPCCBC4011B Apply structural principles to commercial low rise constructions

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ASSESSMENT
CPCCBC4011B Apply structural principles to commercial low rise constructions
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Knowledge Assessment (Written Tasks)
1. What is the main objective of the NCC?
2. What classes of structure are classified within the NCC as ‘commercial low rise buildings’?
3. Describe Classes 2 to 9 building classes, as defined by the NCC.
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4. What are the main structural principles that apply to the erection/demolition of commercial low rise structures?
5. What units are used to measure structural stress and pressure?
6. What units are used to measure structural forces and loads?
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7. What are structural members?
8. What are primary loads?
9. What components contribute to dead loads?
10. What are the properties of ‘force’?
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11. What is the section modulus?
12. What other terms may be used to refer to a vertical compression member?
13. What industry professionals may be consulted during the planning and construction process?
14. What materials and their related construction method may be used to construct commercial low rise buildings?
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15. What project documentation may be obtained and analysed to assist the planning and construction process?
16. What are footings?
17. What types of footings may be used in low rise constructions?
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18. What footing systems may be used in commercial low rise constructions?
19. What structural floor systems may be used in commercial low rise constructions?
20. What is the purpose of a wall system?
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21. What structural wall systems may be used in commercial low rise structures?
22. What wall cladding systems may be used in commercial low rise structures?
23. What types of relevant services need to be allowed for when building structural wall systems and wall cladding systems?
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24. What structural roof systems may be used in commercial low rise structures?
25. What does the size of a lintel depend on?
26. Where are flashings installed?
27. What roof cladding systems may be used in commercial low rise structures?
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28. What are examples of effective communications skills which can be used when consulting with others (clients, sub-contractors etc)?
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Skills Assessment (Practical Tasks) ASSESSOR NOTE These instructions must be followed when assessing the student in this unit. The checklist on the following page is to be completed for each student. Please refer to separate mapping document for specific details relating to alignment of this task to the unit requirements. This competency is to be assessed using standard and authorised work practices, safety requirements and environmental constraints. Assessment of essential underpinning knowledge will usually be conducted in an off-site context. Assessment is to comply with relevant regulatory or Australian standards’ requirements. Resource implications for assessment include: • an induction procedure and requirement • realistic tasks or simulated tasks covering the mandatory task requirements • relevant specifications and work instructions • tools and equipment appropriate to applying safe work practices • support materials appropriate to activity • workplace instructions relating to safe work practices and addressing hazards and emergencies • material safety data sheets • research resources, including industry related systems information. Reasonable adjustments for people with disabilities must be made to assessment processes where required. This could include access to modified equipment and other physical resources, and the provision of appropriate assessment support.
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Task 1 – Demolition Review and Report
Write a report that explains all requirements for demolishing an existing building on the site. The report must address the following points:
 the name of the municipality/shire/council
 the name of the planning scheme/interim order (or other similar document) which relates to the dwelling for this residential project
 the name of the ‘zone’ in which the block is located
 any planning compliance requirements before, during and at the completion of the demolition
 the name of the Building Act and Regulations that deal with demolition in the state or territory
 the building compliance requirements before, during and at the completion of the demolition
 the occupational health and safety (OHS) compliance requirements including the measures that need to be employed before (preventative), during and after the demolition, keeping in mind the need to protect the health and safety of workers and the general public
 the services that exist on the site
 the name and contact details of any responsible authority which may need to be contacted (eg requires notification of intention to demolish/relocate/remove services or may assist in the location or identification of services)
 any other local government requirements (eg cross-over deposits)
 any environmental protection measures that need to be employed to prevent or mitigate any adverse impact from air (eg dust), noise (eg machinery, trucks), soil (eg erosion control), water, sewage pollution
 identification of materials for recovery and recycling.
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Observation Checklist Observation Criteria S NS
Did the learner collect and analyse project documentation and other relevant information eg plans and specifications?
Did the learner identify and apply requirements of relevant Australian Standards, the National Construction Code (NCC), codes and manufacturer specifications to the construction process?
Did the learner manage the construction of commercial low rise structure in accordance with project documentation, standards and accepted industry construction principles, for:
Did the learner identify the main structural principles applying to the construction of the structure?
Did the learner apply structural principles appropriate to a NCC classified Classes 2 to 9 structure?
Did the learner interpret and comply with building and construction industry contracts?
Did the learner use effective verbal and written communication skills eg when consulting with industry professionals, questioning to identify and confirm requirements, reading and interpreting project documentation, etc?
Did the learner use language and concepts appropriate to cultural differences?
Did the learner use effective procedures to analyse and confirm structural integrity requirements?
Did the learner conduct a pre-commencement site inspection?
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Outcome
 Satisfactory  Unsatisfactory
Comments:
Date ______________________
Signed _____________________________ (Assessor)
Signed ______________________________(Student)
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Task 2 – Adequacy report
This task requires you to prepare a brief report for a specified building project. The project has a client who has two potential sites for a new commercial building. Your Assessor will specify the commercial building to be built. Before buying a site, the client wants to establish what would be required to build the commercial premises on each of the sites. The report is to evaluate whether each of the primary structural systems from the plans provided is adequate for the sites proposed by the client. Your report should include alternatives where you consider that the systems are inadequate. Where you suggest an alternative, you must explain why your alternative would be the more appropriate solution to the problem. The following systems must be included in your report:
 footing systems, including information relating to minimum sizes, damp courses and termite barriers
 flooring systems, including investigation of the use of a concrete slab (with reinforcement) and framed flooring using steel or timber
 walling systems including structural and non-structural walls – you must consider composite walls, post and beam walls, pole, truss and portal frame walls, earth walls, framing in accordance with AS 1684, masonry and alterative materials
 roofing systems, including a stick roof and truss roof – you must explain the process required to install a truss roof on the structure
 cladding systems, including all external cladding, windows and external doors – you must consider manufacturer’s specifications in relation to these elements.
You must also include drawings in your report to show the client what the proposed systems will look like in the building.
Note the following additional information.
Site 1 – Class A soil
Site 2 – Class M soil
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Observation Checklist Observation Criteria S NS
Did the learner collect and analyse project documentation and other relevant information eg plans and specifications?
Did the learner identify and apply requirements of relevant Australian Standards, the National Construction Code(NCC), codes and manufacturer specifications to the construction process?
Did the learner manage the construction of commercial low rise structure in accordance with project documentation, standards and accepted industry construction principles, for:
 setting and laying out of footing system
 laying the floor system
 erecting wall systems and wall cladding systems including windows and external doors
 building of roof system and roof cladding system
Did the learner identify the main structural principles applying to the construction of the structure?
Did the learner apply structural principles appropriate to a NCC classified Classes 2 to 9 structure?
Did the learner interpret and comply with building and construction industry contracts?
Did the learner use effective verbal and written communication skills eg when consulting with industry professionals, questioning to identify and confirm requirements, reading and interpreting project documentation, etc?
Did the learner use language and concepts appropriate to cultural differences?
Did the learner use effective procedures to analyse and confirm structural integrity requirements of:
 footings
 floor system components
 roof system and roof cladding system
Did the learner analyse and confirm technical construction principles and performance characteristics of structural wall systems and wall cladding systems appropriate for the structure?
Did the learner assess new and emerging building technologies for application to the construction process?
Did the learner conduct a pre-commencement site inspection?
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Observation Criteria S NS
Did the learner implement processes to ensure the quality of building components?
Did the learner select structural members in accordance with project specification requirements?
Outcome
 Satisfactory  Unsatisfactory
Comments:
Date ______________________
Signed _____________________________ (Assessor)
Signed ______________________________(Student)
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Task 3 – Supervisor checklists
This Assessment Task requires you to develop five (5) checklists for the site supervisor to use for each of the systems listed in Task 2. Each of the checklists should include the following information for the system:
 a plan for the installation for the system
 any regulations/advisory standards that govern the way the work for this system is to be carried out
 any specific qualifications or licences required to carry out the work
 the quality checks to be undertaken during installation
 the quality checks to be undertaken when installation is complete.
You must include simple sketches or drawings in the checklist to explain key points of the installation.
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Observation Checklist Observation Criteria S NS
Did the learner collect and analyse project documentation and other relevant information eg plans and specifications?
Did the learner identify and apply requirements of relevant Australian Standards, the National Construction Code(NCC), codes and manufacturer specifications to the construction process?
Did the learner manage the construction of commercial low rise structure in accordance with project documentation, standards and accepted industry construction principles, for:
 setting and laying out of footing system
 laying the floor system
 erecting wall systems and wall cladding systems including windows and external doors
 building of roof system and roof cladding system
Did the learner identify the main structural principles applying to the construction of the structure?
Did the learner apply structural principles appropriate to a NCC classified Classes 2 to 9 structure?
Did the learner interpret and comply with building and construction industry contracts?
Did the learner use effective verbal and written communication skills eg when consulting with industry professionals, questioning to identify and confirm requirements, reading and interpreting project documentation, etc?
Did the learner use language and concepts appropriate to cultural differences?
Did the learner use effective procedures to analyse and confirm structural integrity requirements of:
 footings
 floor system components
 roof system and roof cladding system
Did the learner analyse and confirm technical construction principles and performance characteristics of structural wall systems and wall cladding systems appropriate for the structure?
Did the learner assess new and emerging building technologies for application to the construction process?
Did the learner conduct a pre-commencement site inspection?
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Observation Criteria S NS
Did the learner implement processes to ensure the quality of building components?
Did the learner select structural members in accordance with project specification requirements?
Did the learner’s Checklists address:
Footing systems include:
 concrete slab floors
 drilled or driven piles
 mass concrete piers
 reinforced concrete piers and beams
 screw piles
 waffle pod slabs.
Did the learner’s Checklists address:
Structural floor system includes:
 brick bases
 engineered timber products
 panel systems of concrete and AAC
 suspended and slab-on-ground concrete slab floors
 timber and steel floor construction.
Did the learner’s Checklists address:
Structural wall systems include:
 composite walls featuring tilt-slab, post and beam, pole and truss and portal frame
 earth walls, including rammed earth and mud brick
 framed walls incorporating timber, engineered timber products and lightweight section steel
 masonry walls incorporating cavity brick, single-leaf masonry and lightweight concrete (AAC).
Did the learner’s Checklists address:
Wall cladding systems include:
 boarding
 coatings over base materials
 sheeting
 tilt-slab
 unfired, fired and autoclaved masonry.
Did the learner’s Checklists address:
Relevant services may include:
 ducting for heating and cooling
 electrical, electronic and communication systems
 extractive vacuum and exhaust systems
 passive and active fire detection and prevention systems
 plumbing and drainage
 powered systems for operating doors and windows
 smoke control and containment systems.
Did the learner’s Checklists address:
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Observation Criteria S NS
Structural roof system includes:
 for roof types including:
 gable including dual pitch
 hip
 north light
 rafter and purlin
 skillion
 prefabricated and site fabricated trussed roof framing.
Did the learner’s Checklists address:
Roof cladding system includes:
 concrete, clay and metal tiles
 shakes and shingles
 short and long run metal sheeting.
Did the learner’s Checklists address a range of Materials and their related construction methods:
 brick veneer and cladding over timber-framed and lightweight section steel-framed construction
 cavity brick construction
 earth-wall construction
 lightweight concrete construction, such as construction of autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC)
 pole frame construction
 portal frame construction
 post and beam construction
 post and truss construction
 single-leaf (reinforced) masonry construction
 tilt-slab construction.
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Outcome
 Satisfactory  Unsatisfactory
Comments:
Date ______________________
Signed _____________________________ (Assessor)
Signed ______________________________(Student)
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Third party evidence report
Unit of competency CPCCBC4011B Apply structural principles to commercial low rise constructions
Learner’s name
This learner is being assessed against the unit of competency listed above. You have been nominated as a person who can authoritatively comment on the learner’s ability to perform the tasks and functions covered by the unit in a construction environment (eg as a current or former supervisor or employer). Please do not complete this report if you are either a close friend or relative, or may have a conflict of interest.
Name: __________________________________________________________________________________
Relationship to learner: ______________________________________ ___________________________
In what capacity are you able to authoritatively comment on the learner’s ability to perform the required tasks and functions:
Telephone/email: Can you confirm the following:  / 
Does the learner identify and apply requirements of relevant Australian Standards, the NCC, codes and manufacturer specifications to the erection and demolition of commercial low rise constructions?
Is the learner able to effectively plan, implement and manage the following construction processes in accordance with project documentation, standards and industry construction principles for commercial low rise structures:
 setting and laying out of footing systems
 laying of structural floor systems
 erection of wall systems and wall cladding systems
 installation of windows and external doors
 provide damp coursing and termite barriers
Is the learner able to effectively analyse and assess the structural performance characteristics of materials and components used in constructions?
Does the learner use language and concepts appropriate to cultural differences?
Does the learner use effective verbal and written communication skills with clients, industry professionals, team members, etc?
Does the learner use effective procedures to analyse and confirm structural integrity requirements for footing systems, floor systems, wall systems, wall cladding systems, etc?
Does the learner select structural members in accordance with project specification requirements?
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Third party evidence report (continued)
Unit of competency CPCCBC4011B Apply structural principles to commercial low rise constructions
Learner’s name
Can you confirm the following:  / 
Does the learner prepare and implement processes to ensure the quality of building components?
Does the learner interpret and comply with building and construction industry contracts?
Does the learner identify the technical construction principles and performance of materials used in constructions?
Does the learner identify and apply structural principles appropriate to NCC classified Classes 2 to 9 structures?
Does the learner identify and apply main structural principles to a variety of low rise structures?
Does the learner ensure work is conducted in accordance with OHS regulations and site requirements?
Does the learner effectively coordinate the demolition of existing structures in accordance with legislative and planning requirements and safe work practices?
Does the learner read and effectively interpret project documentation and technical information?
Does the learner apply underlying mathematics related to structural analysis?
Comments to support your responses:
Signed:
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CPCCBC4011B Apply structural principles to commercial low rise constructions
Assessment Outcome Record
In order to be deemed competent in this unit, the candidate must answer all written questions correctly and satisfactorily complete all practical tasks. In order to complete all practical tasks, all Observation Criteria need to be satisfied, i.e. demonstrated and marked as an ‘S’. The task summary outcome must be noted as satisfactory to note the demonstration of a satisfactory outcome for each practical task requirement.
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