·     Facade Presentation

·     PS7 Summary
https://we.tl/t-rWO82TYKG E

MK have been separately preparing booklets to discuss the remaining items identified on the agenda. Please let me know if you would like any additional items added/ discussed.

Speak to you all this evening.
Thanks,

Hannah Slater

(-V Senior Development Manager

P 02 9216 5770

E hannah.slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au www.insw.com

Level 12, MLC Centre, 19 Marlin Place, Sydney NSW 2000

I 11 SW INtassoturtrgeres

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From: Angelica GIANNOULATOU <angelica.giannoulatou@moreaukusunoki.com>

Sent: Thursday, 30 April 2020 5:26 AM

To: Hannah Slater <Hannah.Slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>

Cc: Simon Pagett <simon.pagett@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>; simon.walkom@maas.museum; Lisa Havilah <Lisa.Havilahmaas.museum>; Nicolas Moreau <nicolas.moreau@moreaukusunoki.com>; hiroko kusunoki <hiroko.kusunoki@moreaukusunoki.com>; Leigh Woodley <leigh.woodley@genton.com.au>; Agnieszka PRUSIK <agnieszka.prusik@moreaukusunoki.com>; Steven Toia <Steven.Toia@genton.com.au>; Enrico Zara <Enrico.Zara@arup.com>; Eric Rivers

<Eric.Rivers                     Eve Hoskins <Eve.Hoskins art_Qip_c)-n>; Alexander Hespe <alexander.hespe@arup.com>; Alex Bowen <Alex.Bowenmaas.museum>; Chaya Bratoeva <chaya.bratoeva@maas.museum>; Lisa Ffrench <Lisa.Ffrench@maas.museum>; Hayley Coombes <Hayley.Coombes@maas.museum>; James Rongen-Hall <James.Rongen-Hall@maas.museum>; Haico Schepers <Haico.Schepers@arup.com>

Subject: [External] Re: Powerhouse Parramatta - Design Meeting Agenda

Hello all,

Please find a link to all the booklets we discussed today.
https://we.tl/t-LK9MrIX4hi

Cementitious Facade Panels

- Any feedback/markup from the Arup team is more than welcome, to help us understand the

advantages or constraints of these different options.

-           Initial approximate dimensions on the joints will also help us better test the visual impact.

-           We will continue this study and do some tests with bigger panels (we understand that Arup will also provide a comparison for standard vs custom sized panels)

Exo-Facade Offset Impact

-           We have added to the hybrid studies, to test the 0.75m offset

-           We will follow up with some views to try and visualise the impact of the different options on the Civic Link.

Best regards,

Angelica GIANNOULATOU

MOREAU
KUSUNOKI
ARCHITECTES

5 rue de Nemours
75011 Paris France

T: 01 84 16 46 87

Le mer. 29 avr. 2020 a 06:00, Hannah Slater <Hannah.Slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au> a ecrit : Hi All

Ahead of this evenings Design meeting please find the attached agenda to guide discussions. Please also find attached:

·     SSDA Elevational markup


NSW.001.023.3278


sure they are preparing something in line with your design.

Based on your booklet, I can see that there are 3 types of facades system for the cementitious panels that I have pulled out information on and put into the following document. We have provided the size considerations and limitations for these.

https://arup-my.sharepoint.com/:b:/p/eve hoskins/EU9Nu-sg30tFsONVB82-
obQBfzYFZ4MfJolo2i7mXudSZo?e=S87ubV

https://arup-my.sharepoint.com/:b:/p/eve hoskins/EbaFxWvW7PNJuEp97TeZnIEBhR6u4-OnzuAk--3LhO5ng?e=kTu7QY

1. Precast (your reference to steel reinforced panels) — You have mentioned load bearing and non-loadbearing facade precast panels. We have discussed load bearing panels previously with structures but as it does not benefit their structural system, we have not explored this further. You have also mentioned precast sandwich panels which include a layer of insulation to the panel itself. We should note that the insulation that is required in these panels is not compliant with current BCA with regards to non-combustibility and will require a fire engineered solution to go down this route.

2. Curtain wall with GRC panels — we have used glass reinforced concrete in this study as it is readily available in Australia. Note that for the 2m spacing and for the same curtain wall system to be adopted throughout the whole project, a 150mm deep mullion at all locations would be beneficial to allow for sufficient thermal insulation within the panel and sufficient structural support for the heavier cementitious panels. This may also allow the same curtain wall (with stiffening) to work at areas where there are no internal structure required i.e areas with floor to floor <4.5m.

3. Hook on GRC panels (Stick system)

It is our understanding that the Powerhouse prefers the 2m spacings of the facade modulation. We note that while we would prefer 1.5m modulation for ease of installation, it is not impossible and we can engineering custom lightweight GRC panels to suit, with stiffeners in high wind areas.

Note that for the 2m spacing the same T section (or box section) can be used for structural support of the glazed facade as there is a reduction factor for the support of these larger panels. This bespoke T section (or box section) can be replaced with an off the shelf section in the Solid wall areas where the structure will need to be covered with internal linings.

With regards to the gap of the cementitious facade in response to the seismic structural movements, we will hopefully be able to get you a rough indication of this tomorrow. This is very dependent on structural movements and facade supports so will be a rough estimate until there is a more final structural movements report.

Kind Regards,

Eve Hoskins

Engineer I Facade Engineering

BEHons / BDesArch

Arup

Barrack Place 151 Clarence Street Sydney NSW 2000


NSW.001.023.3277


Eve Hoskins

Engineer I Facade Engineering

BEIions 7 BDcsArch

Amp

Barrack Place 151 Clarence Street Sydney NSW 2000

3: +61 2 9320 9646

www.arup.com

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From: Angelica GIANNOULATOU <angelica.giannoulatou@moreaukusunoki.com>

Sent: Monday, 4 May 2020 10:18 PM

To: Eve Hoskins <Eve.Hoskins@arup.com>

Cc: Hannah Slater <Hannah.Slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>; Simon Pagett <simon.pagett@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>; Nicolas Moreau <nicolas.moreau@moreaukusunoki.com>; hiroko kusunoki <hiroko.kusunoki@moreaukusunoki.com>; Leigh Woodley <leigh.woodley@genton.com.au>, Agnieszka PRUSIK <agnieszka.prusik@moreaukusunoki.com>; Steven Toia <Steven.Toia@genton.com.au>, Enrico Zara <Enrico.Zara@arup.com>; Jacob Wiest <jacob.wiest@arup.com>; Peter Romeos <Peter.Romeos@arup.com>; George Cunha <George.Cunha@arup.com>

Subject: Re: [External] Re: Powerhouse Parramatta - Design Meeting Agenda

Thank you very much, Eve.

We will review your documents and take them into account in our studies.

We are also happy to discuss the samples tomorrow, so that we can provide some clarity on the

direction.

Best regards,

Angeta GIANNOULATOU

MOREAU

KUSUNOKI
ARCHITECTES

5 rue de Nemours
75011 Paris France

T : 01 84 16 46 87

Le lun. 4 mai 2020 a 09:44, Eve Hoskins <Eve.Hoskins@arup.com> a ecrit :

Hi Angelica (you emailed me just as I was emailing you),

Thanks for your booklet, That is useful to see the options that you are looking into.

Speaking to colleagues we are not familiar with an Australian supplier of the Hering internal products that you are showing in your booklet. We predict that these products will need to come from Germany. Australia has a relatively large market of Precast and GRC manufacturers so we have included these in the attached booklet. Suppliers we have been speaking to are: Precast concrete, Reider (Australian distributor is DCA Facades), Ascuro and Shapeshift. Some suppliers have offered to mock up samples based on the infonriation I have given them on the quartz based look with lighter colour pipTient to the concrete. Maybe we can discuss this quickly tomorrow, to see if you would like any of their samples and make


NSW.001.023.3276


Text Box: •Panel movements are to be confirmed with further structural development.

For curtain wall system (estimate):

Vertical members - 15mm in vertical mullions

Horizonal members (at slab edge) - 30mm

Horizontal members (at joints in between slab) -15-20mm


Vertical joints


 


I_____


Horizontal joints at slab edge

Horizontal joints at not at slab edge


Minimum 20mm movement joint sizes for precast panels.

Kind Regards.


NSW.001.023.3275


RE: [External] Re: Powerhouse Parramatta - Design Meeting Agenda

From:            Eve Hoskins <eve.hoskins@arup.com>

To:               Angelica GIANNOULATOU <angelica.giannoulatou@moreaukusunoki.com>

Cc:               Hannah Slater <hannah.slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>; Simon Pagett <simon.pagett@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>; Nicolas Moreau <nicolas.moreau@moreaukusunoki.com>; hiroko kusunoki <hiroko.kusunoki@moreaukusunoki.com>; Leigh Woodley <leigh.woodley@genton.com.au>; Agnieszka PRUSIK <agnieszka.prusik@moreaukusunoki.com>; Steven Toia <steven.toia@genton.com.au>; Enrico Zara <enrico.zara@arup.com>; Jacob Wiest <jacob.wiest@arup.com>; Peter Romeos <peter.romeos@arup.com>; George Cunha <george.cunha@arup.com>; Enrico Zara <enrico.zara@arup.com>

Date:                 Tue, 05 May 2020 17:55:33 +1000

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Hi Angelica

Please find the summary responses to the comments in last week minutes below. Also is attached the sizes of the two facade structural options with the 2m wide glazing, with the indicative associated costs for the structural options.

https://arup-

my.sharepoint.com/±1p/eve hoskins/EUMXjeU2Wn9GisdOWKmdRhYBLAZhOPQ MpL7GSSrbPOADO

?e=WiJHPE

https://arup-

my.sharepoint.comttip/eve hoskins/EQ3xZykxL2pFtC2He1X4YzjOBJXXEIJAZUo6QExqMMljPg?

e=v)FE3h

Glazing system

o Reduce the number of mullions through adopting 2m panel glazing widths for curtain wall (3 per structural grid)

Possible to adopt 2m spacing (more difficult for installation and replacement but not impossible) - refer to sketchbook attached

Solid system

·   Arup to complete research regarding solid GRC panels and advise:

o  How to reduce the number of joints -

Refer to cementitious sketchbook - For curtain wall + hook on system - 2 x 5m as a maximum size (otherwise weight is too large to be lightweight construction and needs a crane to install).

Precast - try to reduce panel weights for installation in tight spaces. Recommend that maximum 2x5m panels are also adopted (larger is possible with increased depth but with increased risk of damage to exoskeleton)

o  How big are the joints in the facade system?


NSW.001.023.3274


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MK have been separately preparing booklets to discuss the remaining items identified on the agenda. Please let me know if you would like any additional items added/ discussed.

Speak to you all this evening.
Thanks,

Hannah Slater

A/ Senior Development Manager

P 02 9216 5770

E hannah.slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au www.insw.com

Level 12. MLC Centre, 19 Martin Place, Sydney NSW 2000

inswNewr sasotz,,,,, 110,

ni acknoidedge and pay my respects to the traditional ovIners and custodians on Mose land I walk, Kork and live.

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From: Angelica GIANNOULATOU <angelica.giannoulatou@moreaukusunoki.com>

Sent: Thursday, 30 April 2020 5:26 AM

To: Hannah Slater <Hannah.Slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>

Cc: Simon Pagett <simon.pagett@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>; simon.walkom@maas.museum; Lisa Havilah <Lisa.Havilahmaas.museum>, Nicolas Moreau <nicolas.moreau@moreaukusunoki.com>; hiroko kusunoki <hiroko.kusunoki@moreaukusunoki.com>; Leigh Woodley <leigh.woodley@genton.com.au>; Agnieszka PRUSIK <agnieszka.prusik@moreaukusunoki.com>; Steven Toia <Steven.Toia@genton.com.au>; Enrico Zara <Enrico.Zara@arup.com>; Eric Rivers <Eric.Rivers@arup.com>; Eve Hoskins <Eve.Hoskins@arup.com>; Alexander Hespe <alexander.hespe@arup.com>; Alex Bowen <Alex.Bowen@maas.museum>; Chaya Bratoeva <chaya.bratoeva@maas.museum>; Lisa Ffrench <Lisa.Ffrench@maas.museum>; Hayley Coombes <Hayley.Coombes@maas.museum>; James Rongen-Hall <James.Ron en-1--glallariuseurn>; Haico Schepers <Haico.Schepers@arup.com>

Subject: [External] Re: Powerhouse Parramatta - Design Meeting Agenda

Hello all,

Please find a link to all the booklets we discussed today.
https://we.tl/t-LK9MrIX4hi

Cementitious Facade Panels

-           Any feedback/markup from the Arup team is more than welcome, to help us understand the advantages or constraints of these different options.

-           Initial approximate dimensions on the joints will also help us better test the visual impact.

-           We will continue this study and do some tests with bigger panels (we understand that Arup will also provide a comparison for standard vs custom sized panels)

Exo-Facade Offset Impact

-           We have added to the hybrid studies, to test the 0.75m offset

-           We will follow up with some views to try and visualise the impact of the different options on the Civic Link.

Best regards,

Angelica GIANNOULATOU

MOREAU
KUSUNOKI
ARCHITECTES

5 rue de Nemours
75011 Paris France

T: 01 84 16 46 87

Le mer. 29 avr. 2020 a 06:00, Hannah Slater <Hannah.Slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au> a ecrit : Hi All,

Ahead of this evenings Design meeting please find the attached agenda to guide discussions. Please also find attached:

·     SSDA Elevational markup


NSW.001.023.3270


sure they are preparing something in line with your design.

Based on your booklet, I can see that there are 3 types of facades system for the cementitious panels that I have pulled out information on and put into the following document. We have provided the size considerations and limitations for these.

https://arup-my.sharepoint.com/:b:/p/eve hoskins/EU9Nu-sg30tFsONVB82-
gbQBfzYFZ4MfJp1o2i7mXudSZg?e=S87ubY

https://arup-my.sharepoint.com/:b:/p/eve hoskins/EbaFxWvW7PNJuEp97TeZnIEBhR6u4-jJnzuAk--3LhO5ng?e=kTu7QY

1.    Precast (your reference to steel reinforced panels) — You have mentioned load bearing and non-loadbearing façade precast panels. We have discussed load bearing panels previously with structures but as it does not benefit their structural system., we have not explored this further. You have also mentioned precast sandwich panels which include a layer of insulation to the panel itself. We should note that the insulation that is required in these panels is not compliant with current BCA with regards to non-combustibility and will require a fire engineered solution to go down this route.

2.    Curtain wall with GRC panels — we have used glass reinforced concrete in this study as it is readily available in Australia. Note that for the 2m spacing and for the same curtain wall system to be adopted throughout the whole project, a 150mm deep mullion at all locations would be beneficial to allow for sufficient thermal insulation within the panel and sufficient structural support for the heavier cementitious panels. This may also allow the same curtain wall (with stiffening) to work at areas where there are no internal structure required i.e areas with floor to floor <4.5rn.

3.    Hook on GRC panels (Stick system)

It is our understanding that the Powerhouse prefers the 2m spacings of the façade modulation. We note that while we would prefer 1.5m modulation for ease of installation, it is not impossible and we can engineering custom lightweight GRC panels to suit, with stiffeners in high wind areas.

Note that for the 2m spacing the same T section (or box section) can be used for structural support of the glazed façade as there is a reduction factor for the support of these larger panels. This bespoke T section (or box section) can be replaced with an off the shelf section in the Solid wall areas where the structure will need to be covered with internal linings.

With regards to the gap of the cementitious façade in response to the seismic structural movements, we will hopefully be able to get you a rough indication of this tomorrow. This is very dependent on structural movements and façade supports so will be a rough estimate until there is a more final structural movements report.

Kind Regards,

Eve Hoskins

Engineer I Façade Engineering

BEHons / BDesArch

Arup

Barrack Place 151 Clarence Street Sydney NSW 2000


NSW.001.023.3269


Eve Hoskins

Engineer I Facade Engineering

BEI-Ions I BI)esArch

Amp

Barrack Place 151 Clarence Street Sydney NSW 2000

d: +61 2 9320 9646

www.arup.com

Connect with Amp on Linkedln 
Follow @ArupGroup

From: Angelica GIANNOULATOU <angelica.giannoulatou@moreaukusunoki.com>

Sent: Monday, 4 May 2020 10:18 PM

To: Eve Hoskins <Eve.Hoskins@arup.com>

Cc: Hannah Slater <Hannah.Slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>; Simon Pagett <simon.pagett@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>; Nicolas Moreau <nicolas.moreau@moreaukusunoki.com>; hiroko kusunoki <hiroko.kusunoki@moreaukusunoki.com>; Leigh Woodley <leigh.woodley@genton.com.au>; Agnieszka PRUSIK <agnieszka.prusik@moreaukusunoki.com>; Steven Toia <Steven.Toia@genton.com.au>; Enrico Zara <Enrico.Zara@arup.com>; Jacob Wiest <jacob.wiest@arup.com>; Peter Romeos <Peter.Romeos@arup.com>; George Cunha <George.Cunha@arup.com>

Subject: Re: [External] Re: Powerhouse Parramatta - Design Meeting Agenda

Thank you very much, Eve.

We will review your documents and take them into account in our studies.

We are also happy to discuss the samples tomorrow, so that we can provide some clarity on the

direction.

Best regards,

Angelica GIANNOULATOU

MOREAU
KUSUNOKI
ARCHITECTES

5 rue de Nemours
75011 Paris France

T : 01 84 16 46 87

Le lun. 4 mai 2020 a 09:44, Eve Hoskins <Eve.H IQ> a ecrit :
Hi Angelica (you emailed me just as I was emailing you),

Thanks for your booklet, That is useful to see the options that you are looking into.

Speaking to colleagues we are not familiar with an Australian supplier of the Hering internal products that you are showing in your booklet. We predict that these products will need to come from Germany. Australia has a relatively large market of Precast and GRC manufacturers so we have included these in the attached booklet. Suppliers we have been speaking to are: Precast concrete, Reider (Australian distributor is DCA Facades), Ascuro and Shapeshift. Some suppliers have offered to mock up samples based on the information I have given them on the quartz based look with lighter colour pigment to the concrete. Maybe we can discuss this quickly tomorrow, to see if you would like any of their samples and make


NSW.001.023.3268


Panel movements are to be confirmed with further structural development.

For curtain wall system (estimate):

Vertical members - 15mm in vertical mullions

Horizonal members (at slab edge) - 30mm

Horizontal members (at joints in between slab) -15-20mm


 

 

 

 

Vertical joints

 

Horizontal joints at slab edge

 

1 Horizontal joints at not at slab edge

 

Or an

 


Minimum 20mm movement joint sizes for precast panels.

Kind Regards.

NSW.001.023.3267


RE: [External] Re: Powerhouse Parramatta - Design Meeting Agenda

From:             Eve Hoskins <eve.hoskins@arup.com>

To:                Angelica GIANNOULATOU <angelica.giannoulatou@moreaukusunoki.com>

Cc:                Hannah Slater <hannah.slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>; Simon Pagett <simon.pagett@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>; Nicolas Moreau <nicolas.moreau@moreaukusunoki.com>; hiroko kusunoki <hiroko.kusunoki@moreaukusunoki.com>; Leigh Woodley <leigh.woodley@genton.com.au>; Agnieszka PRUSIK <agnieszka.prusik@moreaukusunoki.com>, Steven Toia <steven.toia@genton.com.au>; Enrico Zara <enrico.zara@arup.com>; Jacob Wiest <jacob.wiest@arup.com>; Peter Romeos <peter.romeos@arup.com>; George Cunha <george.cunha@arup.com>; Enrico Zara <enrico.zara@arup.com>

Date:                  Tue, 05 May 2020 17:55:33 +1000

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Hi Angelica

Please find the summary responses to the comments in last week minutes below. Also is attached the sizes of the two facade structural options with the 2m wide glazing, with the indicative associated costs for the structural options.

https://arup-

my.sharepoint.comttip/eve hoskins/EUMXjeU2Wn9GisdOWKmdRhYBLAZhOPQ MpL 7GSSrbPOADQ

?e= WiJHPE

https://arup-

my.sharepoint.comtb:/p/eve hoskins/EQ3xZykxL2pF0He9X4YzjOBJXXEIJAZUo6QExqMMIjPg?

e=vjFE3h

Glazing system

® Reduce the number of mullions through adopting 2m panel glazing widths for curtain wall (3 per structural grid)

Possible to adopt 2m spacing (more difficult for installation and replacement but not impossible) - refer to sketchbook attached

Solid system

·   Arup to complete research regarding solid GRC panels and advise:

o  How to reduce the number of joints —

Refer to cementitious sketchbook - For curtain wall + hook on system - 2 x 5m as a maximum size (otherwise weight is too large to be lightweight construction and needs a crane to install).

Precast - try to reduce panel weights for installation in tight spaces. Recommend that maximum 2x5m panels are also adopted (larger is possible with increased depth but with increased risk of damage to exoskeleton)

m How big are the joints in the facade system?


NSW.001.023.3266


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From: Lisa Havilah <Lisa„Havilah@maas,rnuseum>

Sent: Friday, 1 May 2020 2:07 PM

To: Hannah Slater <Hannah.Slater©infrastructure.nsv_Lgoy.au>

Cc: Simon Pagett <simon.pagett@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>; Simon Walkom <simon,walkom@maas.museum>; Lisa Ffrench <Lisa.Ffrenchemaas.museum>

Subject: ARUP + MK testing of facade

Hi Hannah,

When you have a second can you check [if we need to check] the heat/conditioning load that will come from the PS1 glass doors that are facing north....

Also do we have any update on the doors width/height further development from the initial presentation?

Thanks Lisa

Lisa Havilah

Chief Executive

Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences

500 Harris Street, Ultimo, Sydney, NSW 2007 Australia

T +61 2 92170363 M 0400 395 026

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RE: FW: ARUP + MK testing of facade

From:                    Enrico Zara <enrico.zara@arup.com>

To:                       Hannah Slater <hannah.slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>

Cc:                       Alexander Hespe <alexander.hespe@arup.com>

Date:                     Tue, 05 May 2020 15:58:56 +1000

·                                                                 
Thanks I lannah,

PSI with an extensive tninsparentitranslucent facade facing north will he hard for both air-conditioning and daylight control.

You mark-up was definitely manageable. but a 20 in high transparent /translucent facade will be a sienificant design challenge. especially if there is a need to achieve a black box. Feedback from Powerhouse team will be Important to help this.

Thanks
Enrico

Enrico Zara

Associate j Design Manager

-61 468 671 877

From: Hannah Slater <Hannah.Slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>

Sent: Tuesday, 5 May 2020 3:46 PM

To: Enrico Zara <Enrico.Zara@arup.com>; Alexander Hespe <alexander.hespe@arup.com>

Subject: [External] FW: FW: ARUP + MK testing of facade

Hi Enrico and Alex,
Please see attached.

Thanks,
Hannah

From: Angelica GIANNOULATOU <angelic,a.giannoulatoq@moreaukusunoki.com>

Sent: Tuesday, 5 May 2020 3:18 AM

To: Hannah Slater <Hannah.SlaterOinfrastructure.nsw.gov.au>

Cc: Agnieszka PRUSIK <a_gnieszka.prusik@moreaukusmokis,o_m>; Leigh Woodley <leigh_woodley@genton.corn_au.>; Steven Toia <5.1even.Toia@genton.com,au>; Simon

Pagett <simon„pagelt@infrastructure,nsw.goy_a_tp; Hiroko KUSUNOKI <hiroko.kusunoki@moreaukusunoki.com>; Nicolas MOREAU

<nicolas,rnoreav@rnoreau_kuaunoki.conp; Nicholas MOROF <nicholamorof@mor.eaulsus.unoki.com>

Subject: Re: FW: ARUP + MK testing of facade

Hello Hannah,

The intention for the upper part of the PS1 doors was to keep it at least translucent, and not divide the height into glazing/solid, to keep the appearance as consistent as possible. As shown on the elevation set we shared with you last week (here shared again for reference), we have assumed clear glazing for the lower part and fritted glass for the upper part, treating it in a similar way as other levels. The 3D views (in the megadoor booklet) had been done before the exchange on the facade systems with Arup, but on visuals from now on we will show the updated assumptions.

It would be good to discuss tomorrow what feedback Arup gave you on the approach and comfort of the North and East Facades, so we can update our elevations before Wednesday, if needed.

As I mentioned on the call today, the PS1 doors are still under development, DEP and Arup exchanged at the end of last week, and they will be working on options

for treating and integrating the structure.

Jean Marc Teissier from DEP has confirmed he can join the meeting on Monday 11 May, so we can discuss any updates that may happen this week.

Thank you,

Ange5ca GIANNOULATOU

MOREAU

KUSUNOKI
ARCHITECTES

5 rue de Nemours
75911 Paris France

T: 0184164557

Le lun. 4 mai 2020 a 00:18, Hannah Slater <Hannah.Slater@infrastructure nsw.qov.au> a kilt :
Hi Angelica and Aga,

On some of the 3D views the PS1 spaces above the doors are still being shown as transparent.
Could you please update these as per the elevation markup (below).

Could you also please send through any development work on the North and South PS doors particularly regarding the size following the direction to proceed

with the vertical hoisting?

In order for them to hoist upwards and conceal neatly behind the solid head over what is the height and structural requirement?


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RE: PP - Safety review

From: Enrico Zara <enrico.zara@arup.com>

To:        Hannah Slater <hannah.slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>

Cc:        Simon Pagett <simon.pagett@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>; Peter Macdonald <peter.macdonald@arup.com>

Date: Tue, 05 May 2020 15:15:03 +1000

Hi Hannah,

I have discussed with Peter and we would suggest to have a third party providing this service. We do include safety in our design and to do SID reviews, however this specific design would probably need an independent review.

thanks
Enrico

Enrico Zara

Associate I Design Manager

M: +61 468 671 877

From: Hannah Slater <Hannah.Slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>

Sent: Tuesday, 5 May 2020 1:58 PM

To: Enrico Zara <Enrico.Zara@arup.com>

Cc: Simon Pagett <simon.pagett@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>

Subject: [External] PP - Safety review

Hi Enrico,

Following our exoskeleton workshop last week there are a number of items which we would like a safety review on to inform the further design development (i.e. the design of the base to the exoskeleton/ balconies to avoid climbability). Could you please advise if there is someone at Arup who has the expertise to complete a review and provide advice in this area?

Thanks

Hannah Slater

Al Senior Development Manager

P 02 9216 5770

E hannah.slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au I www.insw.com

Level 12, MLC Centre, 19 Martin Race, Sydney NSW 2000

Ins

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VT New South Wales

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RE: PP - Safety review

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From:                Enrico Enrico Zara <enrico.zara@arup.com>

To:               Hannah Slater <hannah.slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>

Date:            Tue, 05 May 2020 14:41:07 +1000

Let me check and I will get back to you
Enrico

Enrico Zara

Associate I Design Manager

M: +61 468 671 877

From: Hannah Slater <Hannah.Slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>

Sent: Tuesday, 5 May 2020 1:58 PM

To: Enrico Zara <Enrico.Zara@arup.com>

Cc: Simon Pagett <simon.pagett@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>

Subject: [External] PP - Safety review

Hi Enrico,

Following our exoskeleton workshop last week there are a number of items which we would like a safety review on to inform the further design development (i.e. the design of the base to the exoskeleton/ balconies to avoid climbability). Could you please advise if there is someone at Arup who has the expertise to complete a review and provide advice in this area?

Thanks

Hannah Slater

(5,1 Senior Development Manager

P 02 9216 5770

E hannah.slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au www.insw.com

Level 12, MLC Centre, 19 Martin Place, Sydney NSW 2000

INSWINnerwraSsotutiftairees

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PP - Safety review

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To:        Enrico Zara <enrico.zara@arup.com>

Cc:        Simon Pagett <simon.pagett@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>
Date: Tue, 05 May 2020 13:57:44 +1000

Hi Enrico,

Following our exoskeleton workshop last week there are a number of items which we would like a safety review on to inform the further design development (i.e. the design of the base to the exoskeleton/ balconies to avoid climbability). Could you please advise if there is someone at Arup who has the expertise to complete a review and provide advice in this area?

Thanks

Hannah Slater

A/ Senior Development Manager

P 02 9216 5770

E hannah.slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au j www.insw.com
Level 12, !VIC Centre, 19 Martin Place, Sydney NSW 2000


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PP - Safety review

From:           Hannah Slater <hannah.slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>

To:               Enrico Zara <enrico.zara@arup.com>

Cc:               Simon Pagett <simon.pagett@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>

Date:           Tue, 05 May 2020 13:57:44 +1000

Hi Enrico,

Following our exoskeleton workshop last week there are a number of items which we would like a safety review on to inform the further design development (i.e. the design of the base to the exoskeleton/ balconies to avoid climbability). Could you please advise if there is someone at Arup who has the expertise to complete a review and provide advice in this area?

Thanks

Hannah Slater

IA/ Senior Development Manager

P 02 9216 5770

E hannah.slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au www.insw.com
Level 12. MLC Centre. 19 Martin Place. Sydney NSW 2000

II1SWINtassotrt.teres

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