CPCCBC5009A Identify services layout and connection methods to medium rise construction projects

Building and Construction

  1. What do you think you would need if you had to plan a layout for a sanitary drainage system?
  2. You are required to prepare for a project on a five-story building containing both commercial
    and residential premises. The land falls conveniently towards the connection point, however, excavation (in sand) will be necessary to lay the sanitary drainage. Describe in dot point form, how you would go about preparing for the project in the scenario above.
  3. What is sewage?
  4. Outline diseases that can be caused by wastewater.
  5. How does an Aerated Wastewater Treatment System (AWTS) work?
  6. How do Commercial Water Heaters (Boilers) work?
  7. State 2 standards that you should address when designing and sizing heated and cold water services and systems.
  8. In-office buildings, the risk of Legionellosis can be minimized by measures that do not allow the proliferation of Legionella in the water systems and reducing exposure to water droplets and aerosols. What actions should be taken for prevention purposes?
  9. Describe the 3 primary types of axial fans.
  10. What is the difference between an inverter and non-inverter air conditioning unit?
  11. When planning a water supply layout, what needs to be considered?
  12. State two fundamental considerations when selecting a hot water service.
  13. What are the advantages of the centralized installation of hot water systems for multiple dwellings?
  14. Label the typical schematic layout with a ground-mounted Rainwater Tank as shown below:
  1. Go to and locate the requirements for installation for Single Phase General Supply with Controlled Load(s) – Storage heating with or without Hot Water.
  2. What requirements must class 3 to 9 commercial and industrial buildings for building development applications lodged for the construction of new buildings in a local government area that has opted into QDC 4.2 and/or QDC 4.3 in Queensland meet?

    Commercial and industrial buildings (classes 3 to 9)
  3. What does the BCA say with regard to a fire safety related to roof lights?
  4. What are the primary goals of NCC fire safety requirements?
  5. In which Sections of NCC Volume One are the fire safety requirements primarily contained?
  6. What is a fire safety system?
  7. Why does Part H1 treat certain class 9b buildings as special buildings?

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