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PRACTICAL GUIDE TO THE

SAFE ERECTION OF
MULTI-ELEMENT STEEL STRUCTURES

Draft Edition
August 2016

Australian Steel Institute
in conjunction with
Brookfield Multiplex Constructions Pty Ltd

its officers and employees and the ie authors and editors of this publication do not give any warranties or make any representations in relation to the information provided herein and to the extent permitted by law (a) will not be held liable or responsible in any way. This guide or any part thereof must not be reproduced in any form without the written permission of Australian Steel Institute. In Practical Guide to the Safe Erection of Multi-Element Steel Structures | Preface . this includes loss. which forms a component of the Enforceable Undertaking. provided that at least equal levels of safety inherent in the processes outlined in this Guide are maintained. While every effort has been made and all reasonable care taken to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in this publication. costs ev and expenses incurred as a result of the negligence of the authors. AUSTRALIAN STEEL INSTITUTE (ABN) /ACN (94) 000 973 839 Practical Guide to the Safe Erection of Multi-Element Steel Structures ft Copyright © 2016 by AUSTRALIAN STEEL INSTITUTE Published by: AUSTRALIAN STEEL INSTITUTE ra All rights reserved. Without limitation. whether that person is the purchaser of this publication or not. This document does not replace the need to review and manage obligations under the various state and national regulations applicable to building construction. editors or publishers. try PREFACE This guidance document is one of the required deliverables resulting from an Enforceable Undertaking (EU) actioned by Brookfield Multiplex Constructions Pty Ltd. du The publication was peer reviewed by a range of subject matter experts and industry professionals prior to being published. suitability and applicability by a competent professional person in this regard. this document may be used to establish a framework for process and controls that R can help the stakeholder meet obligations to demonstrate duty of care on construction projects utilising structural steel. s It is intended the publication is used as a basis for industry awareness and education and to drive positive change. fabricators and erectors. this information should not be used or relied upon for any specific application without investigation and verification as to its accuracy. Rather. damage. the document was prepared by a working group including representatives from Australian Steel Institute and Brookfield Multiplex Constructions Pty Ltd and various industry representatives including engineers. professional or legal advice and in this regards the services of a competent professional person or persons should be sought. and (b) expressly disclaim any liability or responsibility for any loss or damage costs or expenses incurred in connection with this publication by any person. The information in this publication should not be relied upon as a substitute for independent due diligence. D DRAFT EDITION AUGUST 2016 Australian Steel Institute Practical Guide to the Safe Erection of Multi-Element Steel Structures Disclaimer: The information presented by the Australian Steel Institute in this publication has been prepared for general w information only and does not in any way constitute recommendations or professional advice. This document does not mandate specific approaches to procedures and equipment to be used by the erector. In order to provide a balanced view on industry good practice. The Australian Steel Institute. It remains the erector’s responsibility to evaluate the total work environment and select an appropriate methodology.

................................ 2 1...3 Terms and Definitions ....... 1 1.........................................................3 Erection Sequence Methodology .............................. 7 w Appendix A: Reference Material ............. 6 2......................................................................... Table of Contents 1.................... 3 1...........................2 Risk Planning Workshops........................................................................................... 4 D 2.....................................................1 Purpose .................................................................................................... Key Process Activities ........... 1 1.............................................................. 1 ft 1...... 11 ie ev R s try du In Practical Guide to the Safe Erection of Multi-Element Steel Structures | Table of Contents ..........................................................................................2 Scope.............. Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 5 2..................... 1 ra 1........................................................ Time and Cost .......6 Opportunities to Influence Safety............................ 9 Appendix B: Example of an Erection Sequence Methodology .....1 Communication and Consultation ...............4 Stakeholders ............................................................................................... 7 2............................................................................................ 5 2.............. Quality...........................5 Project Phases ............................................................................................................................................................................................................4 Work Shift Pre-Start Meeting ...................

fabrication or erection of multi- element steel structures. Within the context of this document. of any temporary propping or bracing. Erection Sequence Methodology (ESM): The documented process for the safe erection of a multi-element steel structure. Introduction 1.3 Terms and Definitions TERM Competent Person: DEFINITION ie A person who has acquired through education. R Erection Sequence Diagrams: Diagram/s which depict any required sequencing in the erection of members. The purpose is to define ra the planning processes and controls necessary to help support best practice outcomes which mitigate health and safety risks for all stakeholders associated with the erection of multi-element steel structures. “shall” indicates a statement is mandatory and “should” indicates a recommendation. This role requires the person to have a sound knowledge of the structure and its capacity in a temporary state. du Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS): A document that sets out the high risk construction work activities to be carried out at a workplace. Principal Contractor: The person or organisation engaged by the client to execute the contract works and authorised to have management or control of the workplace. Erection Engineer: The engineer responsible for the temporary condition and stability aspects of a ry multi-element steel structure during erection. responsible for the engineering design of the overall building and for defining In the technical data and requirements for the multi-element steel structure. The Guide is intended to apply to all types of projects and provides a framework for the w user to determine what steps are appropriate for their particular scope of work.1 Purpose ft This Guide sets out practical guidance for the erection of multi-element steel structures. D 1.2 Scope This Guide is intended for any person involved with the design. with experience in structural steel. Structural Design Engineer: The engineer or engineering organisation. Erection Drawings: Drawings that are included in the Erection Sequence Methodology which depict information essential to the safe erection of the multi-element steel structure.1 Purpose 1 . These may include Erection Sequence Diagrams. The ESM should include an element by element sequence for st installation for all steel members and be supported with Erection Drawings. coordination. qualification or ev experience (of a combination of same) the knowledge and skill that enable that person to perform the required task correctly and safely. These should include location and sequence of installation and removal. training. 1. the hazards arising from these activities and the measures to be put in place to control the risks involved. 1. Practical Guide to the Safe Erection of Multi-Element Steel Structures | 1.

st Erect the steel structure in accordance with the approved drawings. Prepare the ESM. The matrix assumes a Design & Construct Head Contract arrangement. Monitor progress of inspection activities and coordinate hold and witness    inspections as required.        Practical Guide to the Safe Erection of Multi-Element Steel Structures | 1. experience and ability necessary to perform the task. the competent persons having roles and responsibilities for the erection of multi- ft element steel structures are detailed in the below matrix. Conduct design review meetings and risk planning workshops at intervals defined  in this guide and document the results of the reviews with required actions.    Develop and implement a SWMS as an outcome of the risk planning workshop/s and In in accordance with legislative requirements and which incorporates the approved   ESM.    Have the skill. competence.    Check shop drawings comply with the structural design before steel members are    fabricated. ie Prepare Safety in Design risk registers/reports in accordance with legislative Attend and participate in design review meetings and risk planning workshops        ev outlined in this guide.        ry Scheduling of steel members to be delivered to site in the required sequence for each stage of erection at the times agreed to by the Principal Contractor and the Steel    Erector.4 Stakeholders 2 .4 Stakeholders For the purposes of this Guide. du Inspect the steel structure to ensure compliance with approved drawings. Check that the Key Process Activities outlined in this guide are utilised. alternate contractual arrangements may alter these responsibilities. requirements. ra Structural Design Engineer Principal Contractor D Erection Engineer Subcontractor Shop Detailer Steel Erector Fabricator ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES w Consult and communicate with all stakeholders at all stages of the project lifecycle        outlined in this guide. and subsequently. specifications    and ESM. Monitor steel erectors activities and performance against SWMS. Conduct work shift Pre-Start Meeting to review the ESM.    R Review and approve ESM.      specification and ESM. 1.

All logistics including Pre-Erection ie transportation to site have been reviewed and agreed. Design Development The phase where the design is developed to a point where the Principal Contractor is typically D engaged and planning for construction of the project can commence. 1.5 Project Phases This Guide is structured around the phases of design. The phase where structural steel erection processes are finalised. Fabrication and The phase when the designed structural steel is fabricated in accordance with the reviewed shop Transportation drawings and the agreed member/assembly identification procedure. Where erection processes are split into shifts. ev Daily Erection The phase where the day to day erection processes are carried out. commissioning and completion activities to achieve Practical Completion and Handover.5 Project Phases 3 . Sign Off and Handover The phase where project key deliverables are identified documented and managed through a coordinated programme of construction. are incorporated into the Erection Sequence Methodology and this methodology has been approved.6: ra PHASE DESCRIPTION Concept Design The phase where the overall structural design concept is formulated and buildability aspects are initially considered. R ry st du In Practical Guide to the Safe Erection of Multi-Element Steel Structures | 1. fabrication and erection of structural steel on a typical ft project as detailed below and set out in the chart under Section 1. Shop Drawings The phase where structural steel shop drawings for the project are produced by the Shop Detailer w and reviewed by the Structural Design Engineer prior to fabrication. and defined processes for beginning of a shift and ending of a shift are determined. Detailed Design The phase when the structural design documentation is well advanced and construction planning has generally been finalised.

Time and Cost 4 . ft ra 1.6 Opportunities to Influence Safety. Quality. Quality. quality. Adopting a mindset of ‘Things Will Change’ will encourage all parties to be open to the opportunity to replan at any phase.6 Opportunities to Influence Safety. w ie ev R ry st du In Practical Guide to the Safe Erection of Multi-Element Steel Structures | 1. Time and Cost D The opportunities to influence safety. time and cost are more effective in the early stages of the project lifecycle.

4 Work Shift Pre-Start Meeting. decommissioning and demolition health and safety risks and implement control measures in which the design can be modified to eliminate or minimise the identified risks so far as is reasonably practicable. maintenance. Erection Engineer. delivery scheduling. Steel Erector and Workshop Principal Contractor to consider the activities outlined in Section 2.3 ESM. Additional stakeholders to be included subject to timing of engagement. ev Safety in Design (SiD) Structural Design Engineer and Principal Contractor (if engaged). 2. R Risk Planning Structural Design Engineer and Principal Contractor to consider the activities Workshop outlined under Section 2. ry Review Risk Planning Structural Design Engineer. Work Shift Pre-Start Steel erection crew to conduct a work shift pre-start meeting and consider the Meeting activities outlined in Section 2. Construction Shop Detailing Structural Design Engineer to review completed shop drawing completed by Shop Phase Structural Design Detailer against Detailed Design Documentation. SWMS Induction Steel erection crew to be inducted in to the site specific SWMS incorporating approved ESM. Practical Guide to the Safe Erection of Multi-Element Steel Structures | 2. repair. st Logistics Workshops Review transportation types. In Completion Handover Principal Contractor. Subcontractor. Principal Contractor to conduct a collaborative post-completion project review to assess performance and identify and document any lessons learnt from internal reviews. Key Process Activities 5 .1 Communication and Consultation Communication.2 Design Phase. to take part in Risk Workshop SiD Risk Workshop with Consultant Design Team to identify the significant construction. consultation and the sharing of information between all stakeholders at relevant levels and stages of the design and erection of structural steel is vital.2 Construction Phase and Section 2. Project Induction Principal Contractor to outline the project specific information. Subcontractor and Structural Design Engineer Transfer of documents to the client including: » Safety in Design Risk Register » As-Built drawings and supporting documentation » Operation and Maintenance Manual. w Methods of communication and consultation may include: PHASES EVENT PURPOSE Design Phase Principles of Design Meeting ie Structural Design Engineer to present proposed design to all relevant stakeholders which may include an initial approach to erection. For all personnel working on the project. minimum du requirements. Key Process Activities The key process activities used to coordinate the management and control in respect of maximising safe work ft outcomes of the erection of multi-element steel structures include: » Communication and consultation ra » Risk planning workshops » Erection sequence methodology » Work shift pre-start meeting D 2.2. materials handling and major plant involved with unloading and handling at site.

lifting point locations with associated certification In » Erection methodology for large and/or complex lifts and if any additional specific lift engineering assessment is required » Laydown and storage zones – size and load capacity. Access » Access to all work faces including connections (scaffold.2. 2. or working in or around an operating environment » Sizes and weights of members and assemblies » Lifting strategy for inclusion of required connection points D » Connection types. Key Process Activities 6 . ra restrictions associated with logistics to and around the site. expected loads. 2. elevated work platforms) ev » Structural engineering assessment to determine the capability of existing structures to support temporary loads associated with storage and erection of structural steel including safe operation of associated plant. Pre-Erection / Erection R » Sequential erection of steel members indicating all temporary propping and/or bracing requirements with witness and hold points » Critical props and/or bracing and/or connections required for the erection sequence. cranes.2 Risk Planning Workshops Risk planning workshops shall include all relevant stakeholders and should consider the following: 2. Materials Handling » Lifting methodology including crane selection. plant and sequencing) du » Working at heights including edge and/or perimeter protection » Exclusion zones for each stage of erection (lateral and vertical).1 Design Phase ft » Design principles clearly defined by Structural Design Engineer including general erection sequence » Project constraints such as limitations on plant and equipment due to ground conditions or existing structures. Deliveries and Transportation » Delivery schedule to suit steel erection sequence » Method and type of transportation to site including delivery route and traffic management » Safety Issues with transportation and unloading of containerised loads. prevailing weather and boundary conditions » Geotechnical assessment to determine if ground conditions are suitable for storage and erection of structural steel including safe operation of associated plant (eg.2 Construction Phase Engineering ie » Site conditions including topography. Tension Friction (TF) or Tension Bearing (TB) and assessment of connections in both the temporary and permanent condition » Safety in design risk register/report w » Steel procurement sources and compliance requirements. when they are required to be installed and completed (if permanent) or when they can be removed (if temporary) ry » Physical marking of critical props and/or bracing including identifying whether temporary or permanent. Practical Guide to the Safe Erection of Multi-Element Steel Structures | 2. if welded and/or bolted including if Snug (S).2. and physical protection of same if in a location where there is risk of impact/damage » Development of a SWMS in consultation with all relevant parties st » Nomination of a key steel erector supervisor required to be in attendance each work shift.

Practical Guide to the Safe Erection of Multi-Element Steel Structures | 2. the scope and extent of which will be determined prior to completion of the Risk Planning Workshops. planned layout and imposed loads of plant and equipment proposed ev » Plans/diagrams of exclusion zones for duration of erection including any staging associated with the erection sequence » Erection methodology for large and/or complex lifts including lifting points and any additional specific lift engineering assessment undertaken R » A process for daily sign off by a competent person that confirms the erected steel is stable and safe at the end of each work shift » Identification of key supervisor required to be in attendance for each work shift. when they are required to be installed and completed (if permanent) or when they can be removed (if temporary) . and should include: » A description detailing the sequential erection of steel members indicating all temporary propping and/or bracing ra requirements with witness and hold points » Erection drawings that illustrate key components of the ESM.3 Erection Sequence Methodology As an outcome of the Risk Planning Workshops an erection sequence methodology shall be developed. ry Examples of some of the key components of an ESM are provided in Appendix B. ie .Critical props and/or bracing and/or connections. The erection sequence ft methodology shall be reviewed and approved by the Structural Design Engineer.Physical marking of critical props and/or bracing including identifying whether temporary or permanent and/or brace. loading and storage plans or diagrams D » Erection sequence diagrams that will illustrate: -Sequential erection of steel members and location of all temporary props and/or bracing utilising colour coding if required . required for the w erection sequence. which will include erection sequence diagrams and may include information such as foundation plans. and the Erection Engineer if applicable. 2. for any amendments to the ESM resulting from previous work shifts » Assess weather conditions for the duration of the work shift In » Identify if any critical props and/or bracing are available for removal » Assess planned end of work shift erection status against the ESM.4 Work Shift Pre-Start Meeting st A work shift pre-start meeting should be conducted by the Steel Erector to: » Confirm that the nominated steel erector key supervisor is in attendance du » Review the ESM and status from previous work shift » Confirm approval has been obtained from the Erection Engineer and Structural Design Engineer if required. as determined by the Erection Engineer.Control measures such as physical protection where there is risk of impact/damage to any critical prop » Details. 2. Key Process Activities 7 .

ft ra D w ie ev R ry st du APPENDIX A In Reference Material .

5. 13. 10. Safe Work Australia. w 4. 2. ‘Hazardous manual tasks. ‘Construction work – roof work. ‘Safe design of structures. Code of practice’. du In Practical Guide to the Safe Erection of Multi-Element Steel Structures | Appendix A: Reference Materials 9 . 2004 rev. Safe Work Australia. Safe design of R buildings and structures’. st 17. ‘Designing safer buildings and structures’. Code of practice’. Western Australia Commission for Occupational Safety and Health. ev 9. 2014. ‘Dogging’. WorkSafe Victoria. Standards Australia/Standards New Zealand. Safe Work Australia. ‘Managing the risk of falls at workplaces. Industry standard’. ‘Structural steelwork fabrication and erection code of practice’. Standards Australia/Standards New Zealand. ‘Construction work – steel erection. 2009. n. 2010. Safe Work SA. ‘A guide for doggers’. ‘Code of practice. 2014. 2014. WorkSafe Victoria. 6.2 Workplace Health and Safety D 1. ‘Safety erection of structural steel for buildings. ry 14. ‘Construction work. 11. 2005. Safe Work Australia. Safe Work Australia. WorkCover New South Wales. 3. AS 4100:1998 (R2016) Steel Structures ra 3. 16. WorkCover New South Wales.d. 12. Code of practice’. 2015. 1.1 General References ft 1. 2. ‘Fact sheet. Code of practice’. Code of practice’. Australian Steel Institute. A. 2009. 2011. ‘Managing the risk of falls at workplaces code of practice’. 7. 2013 Workplace Health and Safety Queensland. ‘Safe Work Method Statement for High Risk Construction. Safe Work Australia. Appendix A: Reference Material A. 2011. Information Sheet’. edition no. ‘Safe design of structures code of practice’. Working at heights in construction’. Safe Work Australia. Information sheet’. 2013. ‘How to manage work health and safety risks. 2012. 8. Workplace Health and Safety Queensland. 15. 2016. Safe Work Australia. 2015. Information sheet’. DR AS/NZS 5131:2016 Structural steelwork – Fabrication and erection. ie Safe Work Australia. ‘Steel construction code of practice’. 2011. 2016.

ft ra D w ie ev R ry st du APPENDIX B In Example of an Erection Sequence Methodology .

20DIA 11059.072 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts. 0. 1 7 C1029 89X6 SHS 4271 0.256 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts.146 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts. 8119. Install ra temporary props P3 + P4. connect to column above 1/2 height from FSL 1 4 C1003 200UC60 3966 0. MEMBER ERECTION SEQUENCE Contract: Example Date: XX/XX/XXXX Site: Building 1 Revision: XX Phase: 1 Originator: X Member Erection Erection Engineer Stage Erection Member Mark Member Size Length (mm) Mass (kg) Comment Engineer Witness / Hold Point Sequence Sign Off 1 1 C1003 200UC60 3966 0. connect to column above 1/2 height from FSL 1 9 C1002 200UC60 3966 0. connect to column above 1/2 height from FSL 1 8 C1028 89X6 SHS 4270 0.27 1 13 R1010 + 310UB40 23100 1.256 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts.29 RB1003 1 Temporary props P1 to P8 inclusive able to be PROP REMOVAL R removed ONCE HOLD POINT #1 released by ACCEPTANCE Erection Engineer ry st du In 1 of 3 . 1 11 WB1002 250X90PFC 7741 0. 100X4SHS 7758 0.56T Rafter preassembled.029. Install D temporary props P5 + P6. 1 5 C1007 150x100x5RHS 3598 0. tension once all installed HOLD POINT #1 inclusive RB1002. w 1 10 C1007 150x100x5RHS 3598 0.256 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts.256 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts. connect to column above 1/2 height from FSL 1 3 C1027 89X6 SHS 4325 0. includes member 2 x 1 14 A1004 + R1016 R1011 + A1005 + R1017 360UB57 23100 1. Install temporary props P7 + P8. Install ft temporary props P1 + P2.076 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts. 1 2 C1014 89X6 SHS 4325 0.076 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts.27 1 12 WB1002 250X90PFC 7741 0.072 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts. includes member 2 x 50x50EA at end columns ev 1 15. Any order.56T ie 50x50EA at end columns Rafter preassembled. 17 T1005. 11084 0.0. T1005. 1 6 C1002 200UC60 3966 0.022. 16.073 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts. 0.096 Any order T1006 1 18 to 25 RB1001.

2 36 WB1005 250X90PFC 7790 0.078 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts. connect to column above 1/2 height from FSL 2 32 C1030 150x100x5RHS 3484 0. connect to column above 1/2 height from FSL 2 31 C1024 150x100x5RHS 3484 0.325 0. 2 30 C1025 150x100x5RHS 3484 0. ft 2 28 WB1003 250X90PFC 7790 0. includes member 2 x w A1007 50x50EA at end columns 2 39 R1005 410UB60 15927 1. Install temporary props P10.078 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts.07 2 41 R1006 310UB40 10105 0.076 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts.08 Rafter preassembled.075 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts. MEMBER ERECTION SEQUENCE Contract: Example Date: XX/XX/XXXX Site: Building 1 Revision: XX Phase: 1 Originator: X Member Erection Erection Engineer Stage Erection Member Mark Member Size Length (mm) Mass (kg) Comment Engineer Witness / Hold Point Sequence Sign Off 2 26 C1001 200UC60 3699 0.076 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts. D 2 33 C1030 150x100x5RHS 3484 0.008 Hanger connections WB1008 to A1006/1007 HOLD POINT #2 2 Temporary props P9 and P10 able to be removed PROP REMOVAL ONCE HOLD POINT #2 released by Erection ACCEPTANCE Engineer R ry st du In 2 of 3 .259 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts.037 0. 2 35 C1007 150x100x5RHS 3598 0.078 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts.07 2 40 R1004 410UB60 15926 1.078 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts.272 2 38 A1006 + 310UB40 23562 1.075 ie ev 2 47 HG1001 x 4 20DIA 1255 0.325 2 2 2 2 2 42 43 44 45 46 R1007 B1004 T1007 T1008 B1005 310UB40 250UB34 100X4SHS 100X4SHS 250UB31 10100 2491 2829 2811 2486 0.078 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts.037 0. 2 34 C1013 150x100x5RHS 3484 0.075 0.232 2 37 WB1008 250X90PFC 6547 0. Install ra temporary props P9.272 2 29 C1030 150x100x5RHS 3484 0. 2 27 C1007 150x100x5RHS 3598 0.

073 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts.076 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts.012 0.262 3 85 T1002 100X4SHS 3944 0. 3 53 C1010 200UC60 3534 0.012 3 88 C1014 89X6 SHS 4325 0.073 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts. 3 83 WB1006 250X90PFC 7791 0.229 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts.249 3 70 B1003 250X90PFC 537 0. 3 58 WB1004 250X90PFC 7714 0. 3 54 R1002 + 310UB40 29158 1.073 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts. 3 56 WB1001 250X90PFC 7714 0.089 0.272 3 84 R1008 250X90PFC 5928 0. 3 3 3 3 3 63 64 65 66 67 R1013 T1004 RB1004 RB1005 C1033 250X90PFC 100X4SHS 20DIA 20DIA 89X6 SHS 1926 3862 4307 4292 4623 0. 3 82 C1005 200UC60 3534 0.089 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts. includes member 2 x A1001 + 50x50EA at end columns R1014 3 91 T1003 100X4SHS 3812 0.229 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts.498 3 80 B1002 150X75PFC 1071 0. 3 78 C1017 89X6 SHS 4193 0. 3 79 R1003 310UB40 10188 0.78T Rafter preassembled. connect to column above 1/2 height from FSL 3 52 C1011 150x100x5RHS 3225 0. connect to column above 1/2 height from FSL 3 90 R1001 + 310UB40 29158 1. Install temporary props P13 and P14.071 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts.049 HOLD POINT #3 3 Temporary props P11 to P18 inclusive able to be PROP REMOVAL removed ONCE HOLD POINT #3 released by ACCEPTANCE Erection Engineer 3 of 3 .089 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts. 3 74 C1018 89X6 SHS 5066 0. 3 69 R1012 250X90PFC 3926 0.013 0.272 3 62 C1012 89X6 SHS 3577 0.071 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts.065 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts. 3 72 R1009 250X90PFC 1946 0.076 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts.079 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts.073 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts.073 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts. MEMBER ERECTION SEQUENCE Contract: Example Date: XX/XX/XXXX Site: Building 1 Revision: XX Phase: 1 Originator: X Member Erection Erection Engineer Stage Erection Member Mark Member Size Length (mm) Mass (kg) Comment Engineer Witness / Hold Point Sequence Sign Off 3 48 C1008 150x100x5RHS 3225 0.229 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts. ft 3 50 C1020 89X6 SHS 4327 0.089 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts. 3 60 C1005 200UC60 3534 0.079 ie Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts. 3 49 C1004 200UC60 3534 0.019 ry 3 81 C1006 150x100x5RHS 3170 0. 3 61 WB1007 250X90PFC 7791 0.23 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts.049 0.066 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts.013 3 87 RB1006 20DIA 4296 0.271 3 76 B1001 150X75PFC 544 0.073 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts.277 w 3 59 C1009 150x100x5RHS 3170 0. R 3 75 A1002 250X90PFC 6833 0. Install temporary props P15 and P16.01 3 77 C1016 89X6 SHS 4193 0.94 3 73 C1019 89X6 SHS 5066 0.031 3 71 C1021 89X6 SHS 5066 0. includes member 2 x D A1001 + 50x50EA at end columns R1015 3 55 C1007 150x100x5RHS 3598 0. connect to column above 1/2 height from FSL ra 3 51 C1022 89X6 SHS 4327 0. ev 3 68 C1032 89X6 SHS 4623 0.066 Hand tighten all base plate anchor bolts.277 3 57 C1007 150x100x5RHS 3598 0. Install temporary props P11 and P12. connect to column aove 1/2 height from FSL du 3 89 C1015 89X6 SHS 4325 0. Install temporary props P17 and P18.05 st 3 86 RB1005 20DIA 4307 0.049 In 3 92 T1001 100X4SHS 3812 0.74T Rafter preassembled.

tension following RB1001 T10 HG1001 16 0 installation of all 8 braces HG1001 T10 5 0 8 C1007 T10 A10 0 6 1 1 RB R1007 10 R1016 02 RB1001 WB1 C1030 0 04 C1030 RB10 C1002 7 RB100 02 6 w RB1002 08 B10 RB W C1024 10 R1015 C1007 04 T10 P5 5 WB1 R1005 0 5 4 0 07 5 00 P6 RB B10 A1 15 10 C1003 0 5 RB100 07 02 ie 5 A10 10 R1013 RB C1025 0 9 3 P3 C1029 A10 0 8 7 C1007 WB1 C1027 0 03 B10 00 4 0 3 R1012 T10 T10 1 0 4 0 RB1009 A C1010 3 RB1003 C1011 C1030 101 1 P7 8 P4 A10 R R1009 R1014 ev 08 1 0 10 RB1003 13 RB C1028 1 C1009 100 00 2 A 1 C1007 A C1001 Rafter R1011+A1005+R1017 C1012 P8 0 1R R1 01 pre-assembled prior to Binstall 100 C1005 WB1 1 0 02 P1 00 3 10 11 2 R 1 C1014 1 00 C1032 C1007 1 C1022 8 A R 00 C1002 C1033 9 1 1 WB1 0 01 R B10 0 4 2 1P P2 C1021 C1003 RB1006 2 T10 00 0 C1015 R 1 2 C1020 C1007 C1019 T10 0 1 3 1N C1018 ry RB 10 C1008 05 C1014 C1004 WB1 C1017 0 06 1 2 C1016 00 R1 HOLD POINT #1 INSPECTION FOLLOWING 1M st INSTALL OF CROSS-BRACING MEMBERS C1006 C1005 SEQUENCE STEPS 18-25 inclusive 1 1L du REMOVAL OF PROPS P1 to P8 inc. 1002. ALL MEMBERS TO HAVE MARK END AS PER MARK BUBBLE ON PLANS/ELEVATIONS. ALL CHANNELS/ANGLES TO BE ERECTED WITH DIRECTION OF FLANGES/LEGS STRUCTURAL STEEL DETAILING 47 SHOWGROUND RD BYRON CENTRAL HOSPITAL In AS INDICATED ON PLANS/ELEVATIONS. AND 3D MODELLING ERECTION SEQUENCE TAMWORTH NSW 2340 AREA i.8 total. 2. ft R1004 ra B10 0 4 WB1 0 05 Rafter tie membersA1T1005 006 x2+ T1006 x 1 installed in any order R1017 12 Rod Cross-bracing (dashed): R1006 T10 D 0 WB1 18-25 Rafter R1011+A1005+R1017 7 0 02 RB1001. www.com.innovatuz. 27/02/15 CHK.au 3-D VIEW YB 27/02/15 SEE DIAGRAM . ISS DESCRIPTION BY DATE IMPORTANT NOTES DRN. 2 .STAGE 1 6765 9311 P : 02 TITLE REVISION X F : 02 6765 3926 REVISION X OF MARK BUBBLE.com. MARK END Members 1 to 25 inclusive. JG CLIENT JOB # 11064 JOB # BE11064 NOT TO SCALE DRG # 11064. YB DATE. 1003 .au PHASE 1 .e. MARK END AS SHOWN ON FABRICATION BUILDING 1 DRAWING IS REPRESENTED BY LOCATION 011 Tel: (07) 5588 5155 Email: projects@innovatuz. STRUCAD PROJECT 1. 14 C1013 HG1001 HG1001 07 17 pre-assembled prior to install A10 any order. CAN PROCEED FOLLOWING RELEASE OF 3-D VIEW HOLD POINT #1 BY ERECTION ENGINEER NOTE: THIS DRAWING IS ISSUED FOR CONSTRUCTION. DV-1004 ISS.

MARK END Members 26 to 47 inclusive ISS DESCRIPTION BY DATE IMPORTANT NOTES DRN.e. JG CLIENT JOB # 11064 JOB # BE11064 NOT TO SCALE DRG # 11064. 2. YB DATE. 27/02/15 CHK. ft 40 43 R1004 ra B10 Beam A1006+A1007 0 4 WB1 0 05 pre-assembled prior to install 36 38 06 A10 41 44 R1017 R1006 T10 34 D 0 WB1 7 0 02 47 C1013 HG1001 HG1001 7 A 100 45 STAGE 1 COMPLETE RB1001 T10 HG1001 0 HG1001 T10 5 0 8 C1007 T10 35 A10 0 6 42 P10 1 1 RB R1007 10 R1016 02 RB1001 WB1 C1030 0 04 33 C1030 RB10 C1002 7 RB100 02 w RB1002 08 B10 32 RB W C1024 31 10 39 37 R1015 C1007 04 T10 WB1 R1005 0 5 0 07 5 00 RB B10 P9 A1 10 C1003 0 5 7 RB100 02 ie 0 5 10 R1013 46 A10 RB C1025 0 9 28 30 C1029 A10 0 8 C1007 WB1 C1027 0 03 B10 00 4 0 3 R1012 T10 T10 1 0 4 0 RB1009 A C1010 3 RB1003 C1011 C1030 1 101 A10 R R1009 R1014 ev 08 1 0 10 RB1003 29 RB C1028 1 C1009 100 00 2 A 1 C1007 A 27 C1001 C1012 26 01 0 B10 1R R1 0 C1005 WB1 1 0 02 3 100 R C1014 1 00 C1032 C1007 1 C1022 8 A R 00 C1002 C1033 1 WB1 0 01 R B10 0 4 2 1P C1021 C1003 RB1006 2 T10 STAGE 1 COMPLETE 00 0 C1015 R 1 2 C1020 C1007 C1019 T10 0 1 3 1N C1018 ry RB 10 C1008 05 C1014 C1004 WB1 C1017 0 06 1 2 C1016 00 R1 1M HOLD POINT FOLLOWING INSTALL OF 4 x st C1006 C1005 HG-1001 MEMBERS SEQUENCE STEP 47 1 1L REMOVAL OF PROPS P9 & P10 CAN du PROCEED FOLLOWING RELEASE OF 3-D VIEW HOLD POINT #2 BY ERECTION ENGINEER NOTE: THIS DRAWING IS ISSUED FOR CONSTRUCTION.au 3-D VIEW YB 27/02/15 SEE DIAGRAM . MARK END AS SHOWN ON FABRICATION BUILDING 1 DRAWING IS REPRESENTED BY LOCATION 011 Tel: (07) 5588 5155 Email: projects@innovatuz.au PHASE 1 .com. www.com. ALL MEMBERS TO HAVE MARK END AS PER MARK BUBBLE ON PLANS/ELEVATIONS. STRUCAD PROJECT 1. ALL CHANNELS/ANGLES TO BE ERECTED WITH DIRECTION OF FLANGES/LEGS STRUCTURAL STEEL DETAILING 47 SHOWGROUND RD BYRON CENTRAL HOSPITAL In AS INDICATED ON PLANS/ELEVATIONS. AND 3D MODELLING ERECTION SEQUENCE TAMWORTH NSW 2340 AREA i. 2 .STAGEP : 2 02 6765 9311 TITLE REVISION X F : 02 6765 3926 REVISION X OF MARK BUBBLE.innovatuz. DV-1004 ISS.

2. MARK END Members 48 to 92 inc.innovatuz.Rafter R1001+A1001+R1014 du pre-assembled prior to install REMOVAL OF PROPS P11 to P18 inc. AND 3D MODELLING ERECTION SEQUENCE TAMWORTH NSW 2340 AREA i. ft R1004 ra B10 0 4 WB1 0 05 STAGE 2 COMPLETE 06 A10 R1017 R1006 T10 D 0 WB1 7 0 02 C1013 HG1001 HG1001 7 A 100 STAGE 1 COMPLETE RB1001 T10 HG1001 0 HG1001 T10 5 0 8 C1007 T10 A10 0 6 1 1 RB R1007 10 R1016 02 RB1001 WB1 58 C1030 0 04 C1030 RB10 C1002 7 RB100 02 w RB1002 08 65 B10 RB W C1024 10 R1015 C1007 04 T10 WB1 61 R1005 0 5 0 07 5 66 00 RB B10 A1 10 C1003 0 5 7 RB100 02 ie 0 5 A10 10 R1013 63 RB C1025 0 9 C1029 A10 0 8 70 C1007 WB1 54 . CAN 3-D VIEW PROCEED FOLLOWING RELEASE OF NOTE: HOLD POINT #3 BY ERECTION ENGINEER THIS DRAWING IS ISSUED FOR CONSTRUCTION. STRUCAD PROJECT 1. ALL CHANNELS/ANGLES TO BE ERECTED WITH DIRECTION OF FLANGES/LEGS STRUCTURAL STEEL DETAILING 47 SHOWGROUND RD BYRON CENTRAL HOSPITAL In AS INDICATED ON PLANS/ELEVATIONS. JG CLIENT JOB # 11064 JOB # BE11064 NOT TO SCALE DRG # 11064. YB DATE.com. www.au 3-D VIEW YB 27/02/15 SEE DIAGRAM .Braces 81 82 ENGINEER RB1005 + 1006 1 1L 90 .Rafter R1002+A1001+R1015 C1027 0 B10 03 00 4 57 0 3 R1012 T10 0 T10 RB1009 A 1 pre-assembled prior to install 4 0 91 C1010 3 P13 69 64 RB1003 53 C1011 52 C1030 1 101 A10 R 75 R1009 R1014 ev 08 1 0 10 RB1003 72 RB C1028 1 C1009 A 100 100 2 59 C1007 A P14 C1001 C1012 0 B10 01 62 1R R1 0 C1005 WB1 1 60 0 02 76 STAGE 2 COMPLETE R 100 3 P18 84 79 C1014 1 67 00 C1032 68 C1007 1 C1022 56 8 A 51 R 00 80 P11 C1002 C1033 1 WB1 0 01 R B10 0 4 2 1P C1021 P12 C1003 RB1006 85 71 2 T10 50 P17 STAGE 1 COMPLETE 00 0 C1015 R 1 2 C1020 89 C1007 55 C1019 T10 0 1 3 1N 73 C1018 ry 92 74 RB 10 C1008 P15 05 C1014 PHASE 1 STABILITY SIGN OFF BY C1004 49 WB1 C1017 0 06 78 88 48 83 1 2 C1016 00 P16 R1 ERECTION ENGINEER AND COMPLETION 1M 77 st SIGN OFF BY STRUCTURAL DESIGN C1006 C1005 86 & 87 . MARK END AS SHOWN ON FABRICATION BUILDING 1 DRAWING IS REPRESENTED BY LOCATION 011 Tel: (07) 5588 5155 Email: projects@innovatuz.STAGEP :302 6765 9311 TITLE REVISION X F : 02 6765 3926 REVISION X OF MARK BUBBLE. DV-1004 ISS. 27/02/15 CHK. 2 .au PHASE 1 . ALL MEMBERS TO HAVE MARK END AS PER MARK BUBBLE ON PLANS/ELEVATIONS.com. ISS DESCRIPTION BY DATE IMPORTANT NOTES DRN.e.