So far in this subject we have defined What a Dispute is, the different types of disputes, how a
dispute can arise, and finally what processes a company can put in place to resolve disputes.
In this section we will be looking into Busin
Multistorey Dwellings and Landscaping
What are the differences between single and three
What is the name of the cable which connects the
mains power line to the point of attachment
What are the restrictions wit
FINISHES AND WATERPROOFING
1. In accordance with AS 3740 where is waterproofing required to be applied
Why should a waterproof membrane system be designed to tolerate
3. Why is drainage important in waterproofing systems?
4. What a
CLADDING (AND LININGS)
1. List and describe the two main types of roof cladding.
2. What does FRL mean and what components are used to determine the
FRL of a material?
3. List the two (2) main types of internal wall linings in residential
Interest based problem solving
This is a technique that creates effective solutions while improving the relationship between the
parties. The process separates the person from the problem, explores all interests to define issues
clearly, brainstorms pos
This is the module called Resolve Business Disputes
The purpose of this unit is to introduce the basic concepts of dispute resolution; at the end of this
unit you will be able to identify the form and nature of a dispute, options to resolve
Analysing dispute resolution
procedures and applications
Having identified a situation that has developed as a dispute how do you move forward to resolve
the situation. Many states have specific legislation for dealing with disputes. There are a number
Dispute resolution procedures
There are multiple forms of dispute resolution that are used both in formal and informal situations.
These range from informal conversations in the workplace to formal court cases.
In this section we will look at different
Conciliation involves building a positive relationship between the parties to a dispute. A third party
or conciliator (who may or may not be totally neutral to the interests of the parties) may be used by
the parties to help build such rela
Negotiation is used by two or more parties with competing interests or needs to work towards an
agreement. Negotiation involves communication and Bargaining
Three phases in a negotiation process
The three phases in negotiation process are:
Summary of different types of dispute resolution
What is it?
The formal resolution of a
dispute by way of legal
proceedings in a state court
or tribunal. In Australia,
proceedings will be entirely
adversary and conducted
according to the rule
Fact finding is the use of an impartial expert (or group) selected by the parties, an agency, or by an
individual with the authority to appoint a fact finder in order to determine what the facts is in a
dispute. The rationale behind the eff
Disputes arise on site over all sorts of issues from minor documentation issues that cause dispute as
to cost or the instruction to proceed. The dispute over incorrect documentation causes minor delay
to the next trade occasionally.
Dispute resolution policy
Most organisations have public policies regarding dispute Resolution so far in this subject we have
looked at identifying what a dispute is however it is crucial that not only do you identify a dispute
firstly. But secondly you
What is a dispute?
Definition of Dispute
Function: noun : an assertion of opposing views or claims : a disagreement as to rights; especially :
one that is the subject of proceedings for resolution (as arbitration)
Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of Law, 19
Mediation is the intervention into a dispute or negotiation of an acceptable, impartial and neutral
third party who has no decision-making authority. The objective of this intervention is to assist the
parties in voluntarily reaching an accept
Explain what a cavity tie is in relation to full brick construction.
Describe the purpose of a cavity flashing.
What is a weep hole?
Describe the purpose of a damp proof course.
TIMBER FRAMED STRUCTURES (Part 2)
1. Name 2 t
CONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT PROCESS (16631)
WEEK 3 REVIEW
SITE ESTABLISHMENT AND FOUNDATIONS
1. Explain the difference between an easement and a covenant?
2. List and briefly describe three (3) typical items a builder must consider
when establishing a si
CONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT PROCESS (16631)
WEEK 4 REVIEW
FOOTINGS AND SLABS
What is the purpose of a footing?
List and describe three (3) types of footing systems
List and describe three (3) types of slab systems:
4. What is the pur
i) Tender Process
First best chance to derail your project Why?
This is the process where we:
Confirm what it is you want to obtain prices for options?
Prepare the tend
Work Cover Authority of
Visiting building sites
Work Health and Safety (W H & S)
W H & S Construction Induction
Site setup and preparation
What is a LEP?
Who are the Consent Authority for a proposed domestic house
What is typically illustrated on a set of Architectural Plans
What is BASIX and what are the main categories of con
What is the foundation of a building
What are the different classes of foundation and
what is the classification based on
What is a cut and fill and how do we calculate the
maximum allowable range for unsupported a
Timber and Framing
What is a slump test
How does a control fill and a roll fill differ in terms of preparation
of the foundation under a slab
What are some types of concrete slabs and how do they differ
What is the main typ
Timber Framed Structures (Part 2)
What are the different components of a timber
How do you transfer the loads above when you
have an opening (such as a window)
What is the difference between nominal and
What are some physical barriers a builder can
use against termites
What are the components of a stick roof
What is a trussed roof and what are the
advantages this system has over a traditional
Refer to Standards AS3740 (2004)
Waterproofing of wet areas within residential
buildings and BCA
A waterproofing system is a combination of
elements that are required to achieve a waterpro
i) Multi-storey Construction Part 1
This week we will look at:
Waterproofing and Finishes (L#7)
Mutli-storey and landscaping (L#7)
The topics in these slides are applicabl
What are the dimensions of a standard brick
What is the difference between extruded and dry pressed bricks
What is the purpose of mortar
What is the standard thickness of a mortar bed
What is the purpose of
Lecture 1-Part A
Site planning and,
Site establishment ,on high rise buildings
Q:What is a major source of
construction project success or
A: Site Planning
Example, Think about the amount of
site planning that would