Assessment Task: 2

Assessment Title: Major project– Project review (Individual)

Student Version: Report, Project, Portfolio

Student information
Student name: Samnang chea Student ID: 100563682
Section A – Program/Course details
Qualification code: CPC50210 Qualification title: Building And Construction
Unit code:
CPCCBC5003A CPC 50105
Unit title:
Supervise The Planning of On-site Medium Rise Building or Construction Work
Section B – Assessment task details
Assessment number: 2 Semester/Year: 202020
Due date: Week 7 Duration of assessment: 7 Weeks
Assessment task results: This assessment task will be marked as:
☐ Ungraded result: Satisfactory or Not Satisfactory ☒ Other (e.g. points): Graded
Section C – Instructions to students
Task instructions: You have been tasked with selecting a suitable project form the tendering website Estimate One:

Your brief is to select a commercial construction project which has a minimum of 1000m2 gross floor area. The height of the building is to be no greater than 3 stories. As you will be required to work in a collaborative team during construction, your final submission may not be accepted by the board to progress through to construction.

The final selection will be made by the construction team which you will be part of. Weekly reporting is required to your direct supervisor.

You will be required to prepare a report on the building and construction planning practices for this project to assist in the final selection process.



Part A :- All students to complete Select an appropriate project based upon the brief provided above. You are required to monitor amendments to the tender documents and discuss the contract options for this project.

Your report is required to include the details stated below but not be restricted only to them:



SECTION 1

1. Authority requirements: Discuss the regulatory requirements for the construction of your chosen building. Identify the potential design that maximises the profit of this project. (for the construction company) List the types of Building approvals required Describe what is needed for the Building Permit to be issued Explain the Authorities involved and their requirements. Show the following Services details: Legal Point of Discharge, gas, water, sewer, power, stormwater, use dial before you dig for mains plans. What Civil design – Council compliance may be required. Give 3 examples of Communication with authorities.

2. Project Details: Describe your Demolition assessment. Describe the Details of possible design problems as the consultant team work through the design development. Explain the Suitability of subcontractors and suppliers (materials etc.).







3 Describe the contractual arrangement between the client (developer) and building contractor (principal/head contractor) taking into consideration the following: Subcontractor selection, availability, and construction techniques. The contractual risks using AS4000 unless there is a contract specified. Advantages and disadvantages of their contractual requirements. Suggest an alternative contract as an option and discuss why you chose that option.

4. Site description: Assess the area around the site and provide a site description Identify and list possible constraints Explain how Access to the site is to be achieved Prepare a Dilapidation report 5 Subcontractor selection: Describe the Size of the sub-contractor Describe their Financial capacity Describe their Expertise List the Plant and equipment required for the project Describe their Labour force All criteria listed in Section E – Marking Guide must be addressed satisfactorily to be deemed competent. Criteria for assessment that is not satisfactory must be resubmitted.
Section D – Conditions for assessment 
Conditions:
General instructions: This is an individual assessment. This Assessment Task is to be presented in a professional report format as set out in the report template provided. Submitted work must have:  A title page The student name: First Name Last Name The student ID Unit code Unit title Assessment Title Assessment Number Teacher Name Work submitted without the above information is not audit compliant and will not be considered for assessment. Assessment task submissions shall only be accepted when uploaded onto the Brightspace portal. NO submissions will be accepted via Email. Upload a word Docx copy of the CRS170/CRS174/176/180 whichever is applicable, complete the form as directed by your teacher. THIS IS MANDATORY. In a Word docx format (not in Pages Format) of the Assessment Task, dated with the unit code and title and Assessment Task number. A Pdf format of the report should also to be uploaded. Definitely NO Zip files, Text files or WPS files as these formats clash with Brightspace and will not open for marking. File labelling convention yymmdd unit code Student name assessment task No. Every task must be completed satisfactorily for competence to be achieved. *Competence must be achieved before grades are allocated. Reasonable adjustment  Reasonable adjustment is an individualised modification made to the training delivery or assessment methods to enable a student with specific needs to access and participate. Reasonable adjustment may include changed assessment conditions, flexibility in assessments, other academic support, provision of adaptive equipment and in class support. Reasonable adjustment is applied within the start date and end date for the subject/unit being undertaken. Work MUST be submitted by the due date. Submitted work MUST achieve an acceptable Turn It in Score It is the student’s responsibility to ensure submitted work returns an acceptable Turn It In score in line with Holmesglen’s plagiarism policy. Work submitted after the due date will be resulted as a P if deemed competent. Students must meet all criteria listed in the marking guide to be deemed satisfactory in this task. Students may resubmit this task if deemed not successful within the current enrolment period as per Holmesglen conducting assessment procedure. The highest grade achievable, following re-submission, is a P. All work that has been resubmitted must be within the current enrolment period. Deferred assessment An Application for Deferred Assessment can only be made if the assessment task has not been completed by the due date. If the assessment task has been completed, an APPLICATION FOR SPECIAL CONSIDERATION must be made. No work will be accepted after the end date of the course

Equipment/resources students must supply: Equipment/resources to be provided by the RTO:
Personal Computer Windows Microsoft office suite Internet Brightspace Learner Resources Notepad for activities Pen   Wi-Fi Internet Microsoft office suite Completed RS170/CRS174/176/180 whichever is applicable Access to Holmesglen assessment policies and procedures Access to Brightspace Safe training & assessment environment  
Section E – Marking Guide
Assessment number: 2 Assessment title: Major project assessment – Project review (Individual)
Student ID: 100563682 Student name: Samnang chea
Unit code: CPCCBC5003A CPC 50105
Unit title: Supervise The Planning of On-site Medium Rise Building or Construction Work
Date:
Criteria for assessment Satisfactory Comment
Yes No
The following has been submitted for assessment:
Students should use this template as a guide on how the reports are to be formatted for this unit of study. At a minimum the following should be included in the report.
Report Overview
Preliminary pages
Instructions Title page Title page Tick different front page in Header & footer design Table of Contents Formatting of the heading will make the table of contents work correctly Right click the table of contents to update the headings and page numbering Table of Figures Label the Figure with a description Caption tables or graphics labelling what they are against the Figure and number them Add a citation in brackets













Main report
Introduction 
Purpose Background Research method Scope 
Findings (Body of the report / Discussion)
2.1 Heading Point 1 New points or sections Write research findings collected with in-text citation Include relevant images / tables / graphs with caption and citation
2.2 Heading Point 2 New points or sections Write research findings collected with in-text citation Include relevant images / tables / graphs with caption and citation
2.2.1 Sub-heading Point 1 Focus on specific sub-points Incorporate research information collected with in-text citation Include tables / figures / charts / images with caption and citation Analysis & evaluation
2.2.2 Sub-heading Point 2 Focus on specific sub-points  Incorporate research information collected with in-text citation Include tables / figures / charts / images with caption and citation Analysis & evaluation
2.3 Heading Point 3 New points or sections Write research findings collected with in-text citation Include relevant images / tables / graphs with caption and citation
Conclusion Summary of main points from the body of the report Clear connection between the Purpose (in the introduction) and Conclusion No NEW ideas / points 
References  Various sources of reference should be used Holmesglen Harvard Referencing: (Refer to https://holmesglen.libguides.com/harvardreferencing) Wikipedia is NOT a credible source of reference REFERENCES ARE NOT OPTIONAL 
(look on YouTube, How to do a Bibliography in word)

Citations   Within the Findings (Discussion / Body of the report).  Citations showing where the information was obtained. This gives credibility to the information contained in the report. Text, images, graphs, tables taken from another source must be cited to acknowledge copyright
Appendix Additional information e.g. diagrams, forms, brochures to inform the reader about the topic
Checklist after completing writing the report
Read the whole report Use spelling and grammar check Proofread to ensure consistency of Hierarchy of fontstexts, spacing, etc. Update Table of Contents Update Table of Figures
Header Unit Code & Unit Title
Footers Student Name and Student ID Page numbers

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Upload a word Docx copy of the CRS170/CRS174/176/180 whichever is applicable onto Brightspace, complete the form as directed by your teacher. THIS IS MANDATORY.








1. Regulatory requirements Click here to enter text.
2. Building approvals Including zoning and overlays Click here to enter text.
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4. Authorities involved and their requirements. Click here to enter text.
5. Services Legal Point of Discharge, gas, water, sewer, power, stormwater,
use dial before you dig. Include: Marked up drawings Dial before you dig drawings OHS hazard identification Hazardous materials

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6. Possible design problems are identified. provide a checklist of potential areas of concern Click here to enter text.
7. Communication with authorities. Click here to enter text.
8. Demolition assessment. Marked up drawings OHS hazard identification Hazardous materials Plant requirements Labour requirements Click here to enter text.
9. Suitability of subcontractors and suppliers (materials etc.). Click here to enter text.
10. Describe the contractual arrangements Type of contract Use of materials Penalty provisions. Click here to enter text.
11. Subcontractor selection, availability, construction techniques consider the limitation of materials. Click here to enter text.
12. Advantages and disadvantages of the contractual requirements. Between Client and Contractor
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13. Suggest an alternative contract as an option and discuss why you chose that option. Between Client and Contractor
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14. Provide a site description: Click here to enter text.
15. Assess the area around the site Condition of existing buildings or structures to be retained, structures on adjacent site boundaries review and recording. Click here to enter text.
16. Identify possible site constraints Click here to enter text.
17. Dilapidation report Provide a letter to accompany the dilapidation report
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18. Subcontractor selection Suitability to meet job requirements policies which maximise performance and productivity Click here to enter text.
19. Financial capacity Click here to enter text.
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21. Resources supply system for controlling and recording materials entering and leaving the site is implemented and maintained. Resources include: human resources, both organisational and subcontracted on-site facilities plant and equipment power, water, telephone and other resources pre-cut or pre-cast components raw materials temporary accommodation.
22. Content and length indicate appropriate depth of research and learning: Click here to enter text.
23 Clearly followed instructions set out in Section D – Conditions for assessment. Click here to enter text.
Section F – Feedback to Student
Has the student successfully completed this assessment task? Yes No

Additional Assessor comments (as appropriate):
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Resubmission allowed: Resubmission due date:
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