Takamatsu <kengo.takamatsu@arup.com>; Jacob Wiest <jacob.wiestaarup.com>; Enrico Zara <Enrico.Zaraarup.com>; Jun Sato <aaj65820apop06.odn.ne.jp; Furuichi Shohei : Staff <furuichi@junsato.jp>; Leigh Woodley <leigh.woodley@genton.com.au>; Steven Toia <Steven.Toia@genton.com.au>; Luiz Martinelli <luiz.martinelli@genton.com.au>; Hiroko KUSUNOKI <hiroko.kusunoki@moreaukusunoki.com>; Nicolas MOREAU <nicolas.moreau@moreaukusunoki.com>; Agnieszka PRUSIK <agnieszka.prusik@moreaukusunoki.com>; Nicholas MOROF <nicholas.morof@moreaukusunoki.com>; Ali ZINE <ali.zineamoreaukusunoki.com>; Chiara MUNARI <chiara.munari@moreaukusunoki.com>

Subject: Re: [External] Powerhouse _ Exoskeleton Meeting Documents

Hello George,

Thank you very much for the sketch update.
We have 2 questions, please see below:

1. From a structural point of view, would it be possible to have the B Type truss in all positions, rather than having A-B-A?

2. Is there a way to avoid the diagonal piercing the facade to meet the exoskeleton, but only have the horizontal chord join the exoskeleton, as I have roughly shown on your modified sketch?

Thank you in advance,

Angelica GIANNOULATOU

MOREAU
KUSUNOKI

ARCHITECTES

5 rue de Nemours
75011 Paris France

T: 01 84 16 46 87

Le lun. 4 mai 2020 a 09:32, George Cunha <George.Cunhaarup.com> a emit : Hi Angelica‘

Attached our comments and updated sketch for the Viet-ended frames.


NSW.001.023.4143


Could you please provide feedback on whether we can adopt truss type B holistically as per my earlier query?

In order to achieve signoff on this item we need the MKG team to update their internal views of the office and PS7 so we can understand the structure in the spaces.

Additionally, could you please provide feedback on the constructability/ buildability as per Simon's comment. The trusses are very heavy would these be installed in components?

Thanks,
Hannah

From: Hannah Slater

Sent: Tuesday, 5 May 2020 8:34 AM

To: Angelica GIANNOULATOU <angelica.giannoulatoue.moreaukusunoki.com>; George Cunha <George.Cunhaarup.com>

Cc: Simon Pagett <Simon.Pagett@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>; Kengo Takamatsu <kengo.takamatsu@arup.com>, Enrico Zara <Enrico.Zara@arup.com>; Leigh Woodley <leigh.woodley@genton.com.au>; Steven Toia <Steven.Toia@genton.com.au>; Luiz Martinelli <luiz.martinelli@genton.com.au>; Agnieszka PRUSIK <agnieszka.prusik@moreaukusunoki.com> Subject: RE: [External] Powerhouse _ Exoskeleton Meeting Documents

Hi George,

Yes — as per Angelica's comment, it would be good to consistently have the B truss.

The exposed A diagonals will have implications on being exposed in the garden on the residential level.

Please advise if we can consistently adopt B.

Thanks,
Hannah

Text Box: <angelica.giannoulatoumoreaukusunoki.com> From: Angelica G1ANNOULATOU Sent: Tuesday, 5 May 2020 2:13 AM

To: George Cunha <George.Cunha@arup.com>

Cc: Hannah Slater <Hannah.Slater(@,infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>; Simon Pagett <simon.pagett@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>; Lisa Havilah <Lisa.Havilah@maas.museum>; Simon Walkom <simon.walkom@maas.museum>; Lisa Ffrench <Lisa.Ffrench@maas.museum>; Alex Bowen <Alex.Bowen@maas.museum>; James Rongen-Hall <James.Rongen-Hall@maas.museum>; Andrew Carr <andrew@mymetals.com.au>; Peter Macdonald <Peter.Macdonald@arup.com>; Kengo


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

Cc: Simon Pagett <simon.pagettinfrastructure.nsw.gov.au>; Enrico Zara <Enrico.Zaraarup.com>; Leigh Woodley <leigh.woodley@genton.com.au>; Steven Toia <Steven.Toiagenton.com.au>; Luiz Martinelli <luiz.martinelli@genton.com.au>, Agnieszka PRUSIK <agnieszka.prusik@moreaukusunoki.com>; Zoe Brown <Zoe.Brown@arup.com>; Angelica GIANNOULATOU <angelica.giannoulatou@moreaukusunoki.com>; George Cunha <George.Cunha@arup.com>

Subject: RE: [External] Powerhouse _ Exoskeleton Meeting Documents

Hi Hannah,

Yes, the truss type B can be adopted although the truss type B is slightly more expensive than truss A.

We have also confirmed with Andrew Carr that the lifting of this heavy truss should be no problem. We will have to review the construction sequence in more detail based on this scheme.

Regards,

Kengo Takamatsu

Senior Structural Engineer I Sydney Buildings
Arup

Barrack Place, 151 Clarence Street Sydney 2000

t: +61 2 9320 9320 d: +61 2 9320 9897
WWW.arup.com

Connect with we on LinkedIn

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

Sent: Wednesday, 6 May 2020 10:48 AM

To: Angelica GIANNOULATOU <angelica.giannoulatou@moreaukusunoki.com>; George Cunha <George.Cunha@arup.com>; Kengo Takamatsu <kengo.takamatsu@arup.com>

Cc: Simon Pagett <simon.pagett@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>; Kengo Takamatsu <kengo.takamatsu@arup.com>; Enrico Zara <Enrico.Zara@arup.com>; Leigh Woodley <leigh.woodley@genton.com.au>; Steven Toia <Steven.Toia@genton.com.au>; Luiz Martinelli <luiz.martinelli@genton.com.au>; Agnieszka PRUSIK <agnieszka.prusik@moreaukusunoki.com> Subject: RE: [External] Powerhouse _ Exoskeleton Meeting Documents

Importance: High

Hi George/ Kengo,


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Re: [External] Powerhouse _Exoskeleton Meeting Documents

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

To:       Hannah Slater <hannah.slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>, Kengo Takamatsu <kengo.takamatsu@arup.com>

Cc:       Agnieszka PRUSIK <agnieszka.prusik@moreaukusunoki.com>; Simon Pagett <simon.pagett@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>; Enrico Zara <enrico.zara@arup.com>; Leigh Woodley <leigh.woodley@genton.com.au>; Steven Toia <steven.toia@genton.com.au>; Luiz Martinelli <luiz.martinelli@genton.com.au>; Zoe Brown <zoe.brown@arup.com>; George Cunha <george.cunha@arup.com>; Hiroko KUSUNOKI <hiroko.kusunoki@moreaukusunoki.com>; Nicolas MOREAU <nicolas.moreau@moreaukusunoki.com>

Date: Wed, 06 May 2020 18:51:55 +1000

_ •

Hello Hannah and Kengo,

Kengo, thank you for confirming.

Hannah, we will work on visualising that for tomorrow's meeting.

Best regards,

Angelica GIANNOULATOU

MOREAU

KUSUNOKI
ARCHITECTES

5 rue de Nemours
75011 Paris France

T: 01 84 16 46 87

Le mer. 6 mai 2020 a 03:13, Hannah Slater <Hannah.Slaterainfrastructure.nsw.00v.au> a ecrit : Brilliant - thanks for your confirmation Kengo.

Angelica and Aga — could you please update your 3D views of the office level and PS7 to reflect the Truss B arrangement.

Is it possible to update the views for presentation at the back end of tomorrow's exoskeleton workshop? This is an item that we would like signed off on Monday.

Thanks,
Hannah

From: Kengo Takamatsu <kengo.takamatsu@arup.com>
Sent: Wednesday, 6 May 2020 11:06 AM


NSW.001.023.4140


 


·       Providing advice to INSW and the commercial advisors in relation to the impact of any departures.

·       Attendance and participation in interactive tender sessions with the tendering parties (assume 3 tendering parties).

·       Assistance to INSW in finalising the Brief for inclusion within the construction contract.

2. Independent Verifier

To ensure consistency within the construction phase, the Brief Writer will form the _____  Independent Verifier for the duration of construction. Tasks required during this phase include:

m Attendance at regular design meetings with the Principal and contractor.

m Ad hoc provision of advice to Powerhouse in relation to any design departures.

o   Advice to INSW regarding design departures and assistance to the design team in resolution of such departures.

·       Confirmation to the Principal and the construction contractor of design verification throughout the design development process.

Consultation

Allowance should be made for:

1.  Brief development phase:

·       Weekly design meetings

·       Regular (assume monthly) workshop meetings with INSW and Powerhouse

·       As needed consultation with the design team

2. Independent verifier phase:

·       Regular design meetings with contractor and design team

·       Regular (assume monthly) workshop meetings with INSW and Powerhouse

Timing

The project program is presented in the table below. Refinement of timing of deliverables

will be agreed with the successful consultant to this request for tender.

 

Item

Timing

Design package draft 1

???

Design package complete

???

E01

Complete by 3 August 2020

RFT release

31 August 2020

Contract award

21 December 2020

Construction

Early 2021- end 2024

 


NSW.001.023.3857


Scope Requirements

The scope of services is required in 2 distinct phases:

1. Functional Brief

Infrastructure NSW requires a suitably qualified consultant to form the 'Brief Writer' to assist with the preparation of the Functional Brief (Brief) for Powerhouse Parramatta. The Brief will form the 'Principal's Project Requirements' as part of a GC21 contract package that will be tendered to short-listed construction firms for the project's detailed design and construct (DD&C) contract.

Forming a schedule to the contract, the Brief will outline all requirements for the project,

supported by design documentation (plans and details) developed by the design team. At a

minimum, the Brief is expected to contain:

Project vision

Operating principles/ requirements

Area schedule and space definitions

Architecture-technical specifications, finishes schedule (internal/external)

Structure- performance specifications

Services- performance specifications

·         Lighting- performance specifications and schedule

·         Public Domain- hard and softscape specifications and finishes, planting schedule

·         Room data sheets

·         Future areas for design development

·         Prototypes and samples

·         Collaborative design process (client, DIP, principal)

The majority of inputs developed for the Brief will be provided by the design team. The role of the Brief Writer will be to:

·         Consult with INSW and Powerhouse in developing a draft table of contents for the brief.

·         Work with the project's commercial advisors to ensure alignment of the Brief to the overall contract structure.

·         Assist INSW with the finalisation of a departures schedule for the project.

·         Review the Stage 3 Client Brief for the project against the project design and departures schedule to identify any discrepancies.

·         Work collaboratively with INSW, Powerhouse and the design team to resolve any discrepancies between the design and the Stage 3 Client Brief.

·         Review inputs provided by the design team and consolidate into a coherent body of requirements within the Brief.

·         Prepare a minimum of 2 drafts of the Brief for review by INSW and Powerhouse.

·         Prepare a final brief in consultation with the project's commercial advisors suitable for inclusion in a Request for Tender package.

In addition to the development of the Functional Brief, services will be required during the tendering and contract negotiation phase in relation to:

·         Assessing tenders against any departures from the Brief.


NSW.001.023.3856


Scope of Services


Powerhouse Parramatta- Project Brief Author and Independent Verifier

Background

Infrastructure NSW was issued with a Project Authorisation Order to undertake delivery of the Powerhouse Parramatta Project (Project) in December 2019. The Project is proceeding based on the winning design from an international design competition by Moreau Kusunoki and Genton and a 'Stage 3 Client Brief,' prepared by Powerhouse Museum.

Since December 2019, Infrastructure NSW has been developing the design to a level suitable for lodgement as part of a state significant development application. Lodgement of the application occurred on 6 May 2020, and the project is now progressing into the design development phase.

The design team for the project consists of:

Name

Role

Novated to Contractor

Moreau
Kusunoki

Lead designer

Yes

Genton

Local architect

Yes

McGregor Coxall

Landscape architect

No

L'Observatoire

Lighting

No

DEP Engineering

Large door engineering

No

Juan Sato

Exoskeleton engineering

No

Arup

Structural engineer
Civil engineer
Facade engineer
Fire engineer

Yes

Arup

Building services including:

o    Mechanical

o    Electrical

o    Vertical transportation

0    Hydraulics

0    ESD

0    Acoustics

o    Theatre

o    Pedestrian modelling

o    Wind

0    Security

0    Lighting

No

 


NSW.001.023.3855


 


FW: Brief Writer

From:                Simon Pagett <"/o=exchangelabs/ou=exchange administrative group (fydibohf23spdlt)/cn=recipients/cn=7ec740997ac9462eb16ae6f761ed364f-simon paget">

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

Date:                Wed, 06 May 2020 15:14:48 +1000

Attachments: Scope of Services- Brief Writer and IV.docx (20.28 kB)

From: Tom Kennedy <tom@gtkconsulting.com.au>

Sent: Wednesday, May 6, 2020 10:28 AM

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

<Simon.Pagett@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>

Subject: Brief Writer

Hi Hannah and Simon

Please find attached scope of services for the Brief Writer and IV. Could you provide any comments in mark up? And do we have an updated program for the project?

Once this scope is finalised I will be working with Stephanie G to finalise the necessary INSW paperwork.

TK

Tom Kennedy

tom@gtkconsulting.com.au 
0421 595 766


NSW.001.023.3854


 


·         Providing advice to INSW and the commercial advisors in relation to the impact of any departures.

·         Attendance and participation in interactive tender sessions with the tendering parties (assume 3 tendering parties).

·         Assistance to INSW in finalising the Brief for inclusion within the construction contract.

2. Independent Verifier

To ensure consistency within the construction phase, the Brief Writer will form the Independent Verifier for the duration of construction. Tasks required during this phase include:

·         Attendance at regular design meetings with the Principal and contractor.

·         Ad hoc provision of advice to Powerhouse in relation to any design departures.

·         Advice to INSW regarding design departures and assistance to the design team in resolution of such departures.

·         Confirmation to the Principal and the construction contractor of design verification throughout the design development process.

Consultation

Allowance should be made for:

1.  Brief development phase:

·         Weekly design meetings

·         Regular (assume monthly) workshop meetings with INSW and Powerhouse

·         As needed consultation with the design team

2.  Independent verifier phase:

·         Regular design meetings with contractor and design team

·         Regular (assume monthly) workshop meetings with INSW and Powerhouse

Timing

The project program is presented in the table below. Refinement of timing of deliverables

will be agreed with the successful consultant to this request for tender.

 

Item

Timing

Design package draft 1

???

Design package complete

???

E01

Complete by 3 August 2020

RFT release

31 August 2020

Contract award

21 December 2020

Construction

Early 2021- end 2024

 


NSW.001.023.3853


Scope Requirements

The scope of services is required in 2 distinct phases:

1. Functional Brief

Infrastructure NSW requires a suitably qualified consultant to form the 'Brief Writer' to assist with the preparation of the Functional Brief (Brief) for Powerhouse Parra matta. The Brief will form the 'Principal's Project Requirements' as part of a GC21 contract package that will be tendered to short-listed construction firms for the project's detailed design and construct (DD&C) contract.

Forming a schedule to the contract, the Brief will outline all requirements for the project, supported by design documentation (plans and details) developed by the design team. At a minimum, the Brief is expected to contain:

·         Project vision

·         Operating principles/requirements

·         Area schedule and space definitions

·         Architecture-technical specifications, finishes schedule (internal/external)

·         Structure- performance specifications

·         Services- performance specifications

·         Lighting- performance specifications and schedule

·         Public Domain- hard and softscape specifications and finishes, planting schedule

·         Room data sheets

·         Future areas for design development

·         Prototypes and samples

·         Collaborative design process (client, DIP, principal)

The majority of inputs developed for the Brief will be provided by the design team. The role of the Brief Writer will be to:

·         Consult with INSW and Powerhouse in developing a draft table of contents for the brief.

·         Work with the project's commercial advisors to ensure alignment of the Brief to the overall contract structure.

·         Assist INSW with the finalisation of a departures schedule for the project.

·         Review the Stage 3 Client Brief for the project against the project design and departures schedule to identify any discrepancies.

·         Work collaboratively with INSW, Powerhouse and the design team to resolve any discrepancies between the design and the Stage 3 Client Brief.

·         Review inputs provided by the design team and consolidate into a coherent body of requirements within the Brief.

·         Prepare a minimum of 2 drafts of the Brief for review by INSW and Powerhouse.

·         Prepare a final brief in consultation with the project's commercial advisors suitable for inclusion in a Request for Tender package.

In addition to the development of the Functional Brief, services will be required during the tendering and contract negotiation phase in relation to:

·         Assessing tenders against any departures from the Brief.


NSW.001.023.3852


Scope of Services


Powerhouse Parramatta- Project Brief Author and Independent Verifier

Background

Infrastructure NSW was issued with a Project Authorisation Order to undertake delivery of the Powerhouse Parramatta Project (Project) in December 2019. The Project is proceeding based on the winning design from an international design competition by Moreau Kusunoki and Genton and a 'Stage 3 Client Brief,' prepared by Powerhouse Museum.

Since December 2019, Infrastructure NSW has been developing the design to a level suitable for lodgement as part of a state significant development application. Lodgement of the application occurred on 6 May 2020, and the project is now progressing into the design development phase.

The design team for the project consists of:

Name

Role

Novated to Contractor

Moreau
Kusunoki

Lead designer

Yes

Genton

Local architect

Yes

McGregor Coxall

Landscape architect

No

L'Observatoire

Lighting

No

DEP Engineering

Large door engineering

No

Juan Sato

Exoskeleton engineering

No

Arup

Structural engineer
Civil engineer
Facade engineer
Fire engineer

Yes

Arup

Building services including:

o    Mechanical

o    Electrical

o    Vertical transportation

©   Hydraulics

o    ESD

0    Acoustics

©   Theatre

0    Pedestrian modelling

0    Wind

o    Security

0    Lighting

No

 


NSW.001 .023.3851


 


FW: Brief Writer

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

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

Date:                           Wed, 06 May 2020 15:14:48 +1000

Attachments:               Scope of Services- Brief Writer and IV.docx (20.28 kB)

From: Tom Kennedy <tom@gtkconsulting.com.au>

Sent: Wednesday, May 6, 2020 10:28 AM

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

<Simon.Pagett@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>

Subject: Brief Writer

Hi Hannah and Simon

Please find attached scope of services for the Brief Writer and IV. Could you provide any comments in mark up? And do we have an updated program for the project?

Once this scope is finalised I will be working with Stephanie G to finalise the necessary INSW paperwork.

TK

Tom Kennedy

tom@gtkconsulting.com.au 
0421 595 766

NSW.001.023.3850


 


 

 
Project Brief

Development Process

·           INSW- engage brief 'writer'

·           Writer- develop draft table of contents

·           INSW and PH-review draft table of contents with Writer (allow 2 workshops)

·           Writer- Finalise table of contents

·           Writer- review departures schedule from Stage 3 Brief

·           INSW and PH- review and sign off departures

·           Writer- review design documentation from Design Team

·           Writer- identify areas of discrepancy for workshopping

·           INSW, PH and Writer- workshop discrepancies and sign off on any further departures

·           Writer- produce draft Project Brief

·           INSW/PH- review draft Project Brief- mark up of document

·           Writer- workshop & review INSW/PH mark ups

·           Writer- develop final draft Project Brief

·           !NSW/PH- review final draft Project Brief- mark up of document

·           Writer- finalise brief for inclusion in RFT

NSW.001.023.3849


·         Text Box: Services:
o	Concept design for structure, mechanical, electrical, fire, hydraulic
Text Box: Public Domain:
·	Concept design
o	Details
Text Box: Architecture:
·	Plans, elevations and
sections
Text Box: DetailsText Box: Structure:Text Box: Conceptual design DetailsText Box:  Vision (condensed)

Operating principles/ requirements

·         Area schedule & space definitions

·         Architecture- technical specifications, finishes schedule (internal/external)

·         Structure- performance specifications

·         Services- performance specifications

·         Lighting- performance specifications and schedule

·         Public Domain- hard and softscape specifications and finishes, planting schedule

·         Room data sheets

·         Future areas of design development

·         Prototypes and samples

·         Collaborative design process (client, DIP, principal)


 


 

 
Text Box:  Text Box: DesignText Box: Project BriefNSW.001.023.3848


 

 
Schedules

Text Box:  Text Box: Standard schedules 
likely to be:
·	Subcontractor 
warranty
·	Payment claim 
worksheet
·	Planning consent conditions and responsibility matrix
·	Compliance with 
Building Code
·	Novation Deed 
(design team)
Text Box: Design schedules for Powerhouse:
·	Project Brief
·	Design
·	Bill of quantities
Schedules and Attachments to Contract

NSW.001.023.3847


 

 
GC21 Contract


Formal Instrument of Agreement


Contract Documents

Text Box: General Conditions 
of Contract
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■
•
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Text Box: Standard requirements on undertaking the works, roles and responsibilities, standards applicable, payment etcContract Information-project representatives, insurances, scope of design activities


Schedules and
Attachments to Contract

•

.

.

Set of standard and design requirements for the project


 


NSW.001.023.3846


Powerhouse Parramatta

Contract

NSW.001.023.3845


 


FW: Meeting with Powerhouse- Functional Brief

From:                Simon Pagett <"/o=exchangelabs/ou=exchange administrative group (fydibohf23spcilt)/cn=recipients/cn=7ec740997ac9462eb16ae6f761ed364f-simon paget">

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

Date:                Wed, 06 May 2020 15:14:37 +1000
Attachments: Contract Roadmap.pdf (91.77 kB)

From: Tom Kennedy <tom@gtkconsulting.com.au>

Sent: Wednesday, May 6, 2020 10:29 AM

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

<Simon.Pagett@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>

Subject: Meeting with Powerhouse- Functional Brief

Hannah and Simon

Attached is the final presentation for tomorrow's meeting with PH. Let me know if you have any comments

TK

Tom Kennedy

tom@gtkconsulting.com.au 
0421 595 766


NSW.001.023.3844


 


 

 
Project Brief

Development Process

·           INSW- engage brief 'writer'

·           Writer- develop draft table of contents

·           INSW and PH-review draft table of contents with Writer (allow 2 workshops)

·           Writer- Finalise table of contents

·           Writer- review departures schedule from Stage 3 Brief

·           INSW and PH- review and sign off departures

·           Writer- review design documentation from Design Team

·           Writer- identify areas of discrepancy for workshopping

·           INSW, PH and Writer- workshop discrepancies and sign off on any further departures

·           Writer- produce draft Project Brief

·           INSW/ PH- review draft Project Brief- mark up of document

·           Writer- workshop & review INSW/PH mark ups

·           Writer- develop final draft Project Brief

·           INSW/ PH- review final draft Project Brief- mark up of document

·           Writer- finalise brief for inclusion in RFT

NS1N.001.023.3843


Text Box: Design Schedule:	 

Text Box: Project BriefText Box: ·	Vision (condensed)
Operating principles/ requirements
·	Area schedule & space definitions
·	Architecture- technical specifications, finishes schedule (internal/external)
·	Structure- performance specifications
·	Services- performance specifications
·	Lighting- performance specifications and schedule
·	Public Domain- hard and softscape specifications and finishes, planting schedule
·	Room data sheets
·	Future areas of design development
·	Prototypes and samples
·	Collaborative design process (client, DIP, principal)
Text Box: DesignText Box: Architecture:
·	Plans, elevations and sections
·	Details
Structure:
·	Conceptual design
·	Details
Text Box: Services:
·	Concept design for structure, mechanical, electrical, fire, hydraulic
Text Box: Public Domain:
·	Concept design
·	Details
Text Box: NSW.001.023.3842


 

 
Schedules

Schedules and

Attachments to Contract

 

 

 

 

 

Standard schedules likely to be:

·         Subcontractor warranty

·         Payment claim worksheet

Planning consent conditions and responsibility matrix Compliance with Building Code

·         Noyation Deed
(design team)

 

 

Design schedules for Powerhouse:

·         Project Brief

·         Design

·         Bill of quantities

 
NSVV.001.023.31341


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Text Box: General Conditions of ContractText Box: •
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Text Box: project	—1
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NSW.001.023.3840


Powerhouse Parramatta

Contract

NSW.001.023.3839


 


FW: Meeting with Powerhouse- Functional Brief

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

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

Date:                           Wed, 06 May 2020 15:14:37 +1000

Attachments:               Contract Roadmap.pdf (91.77 kB)

From: Tom Kennedy <tom@gtkconsulting.com.au>

Sent: Wednesday, May 6, 2020 10:29 AM

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

<Simon.Pagett@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>

Subject: Meeting with Powerhouse- Functional Brief

Hannah and Simon

Attached is the final presentation for tomorrow's meeting with PH. Let me know if you have any comments

TK

Tom Kennedy

Text Box: NSW.001.023.3838tom@gtkconsulting.com.au 
0421 595 766


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Powerhouse Alternative Intumescent Coating System

From: Andrew Carr <andrew@mymetals.com.au>

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

Cc:       kengo.takamatsu@arup.com; George Cunha <george.cunha@arup.com>, Hannah Slater

<hannah.slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>; jacob.wiest@arup.com

Date: Wed, 06 May 2020 12:37:05 +1000

Simon / Peter

Does the team have any objections to us blasting off the existing non serviceable Nullifire coating from the 28mm sample plate to trial an alternative Intumescent coating system?

Early indications is the new product will achieve a better overall finish and can be applied in one coat (subject to further calculations) to achieve the required 90 minutes and 60 minutes in one pass.

Based on comparison to the trial products to date the required DFT requirements may be considerably lower with this new product and hence better for budgets

Should you have any queries in relation to the above please do not hesitate to contact me on 0419 683 605.

Kind regards

Andrew Carr

Director

My Metals Pty Ltd

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Speak to you all this evening.
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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-LK9Mr1X4hi

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 Pads 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

·     Faηade Presentation

·     PS7 Summary
https://we.tl/t-rWO82TYKGE

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.


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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 Reiards,

Eve Hoskins

Engineer Facade Engineering

BEHons / BDesArch

Amp

Barrack Place 151 Clarence Street Sydney NSW 2000

d: +61 2 9320 9646

www.amp.corn

Connect with Amp on Linkedln 
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From: Angelica GIANNOULATOU <angelica.giannoulatouemoreaukusunoki.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,

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.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 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 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 ►nformation on and put into the follow►ng document. We have provided the size considerations and limitations for these.

https://arup-my.sharepoint.comi:b:/p/eve_hoskins/EU9Nu-sg30tFsONVB82-gbQBfzYFZ4MtIplo2i7mXudSZg?e=S87ubY

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Text Box: Horizontal joints at slab edgeText Box: Horizontal joints at not at slab edgeText Box: MN MIText Box:  Minimum 20mm movement joint sizes for precast panels.

Kind Regards,

Eve Hoskins

Engineer I Faηade Engineering

BET -Ions BDesArch

Arup

Barrack Place 151 Clarence Street Sydney NSW 2000

d: +61 2 9320 9646

www.arup.com

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Follow @ArupGroup


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Glazing system

0 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

e   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?

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


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From: Hiroko KUSUNOKI <hiroko.kusunoki@moreaukusunoki.com>

Sent: Tuesday, 5 May 2020 6:58 PM

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

Cc: Hannah Slater <Hannah.Slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>; Angelica GIANNOULATOU <angelica.giannoulatou@moreaukusunoki.corn>; Simon Pagett <simon.pagett@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>: Nicolas Moreau <nicolas.moreau@moreaukusunoki.corn>; 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.Ronneos@arup.com>; George Cunha <George.Cunha@arup.com>

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

Hi Eve,

Thank you for the presentation this evening and the sharing of the documents.

Before confirming to go with the GRC panel, we would like to make sure about the limitation of

the aggregates (size, type, portion, finishing) if there's one.

It's about the compatibility between the concept of the GRC which is supposed to be thin/strong

and the concept of massivity that we are looking for to play with the quartz.

As we shared with you in the past presentation, as the MLC centre concrete panel, we would

like to keep the possibility to have blasted quartz exposed on the surface.

Thank you for your advice,

Hiroko Kusunoki

MOREAU
KUSUNOKI
ARCHITECTES

5 rue de 'Nemours
75011 Paris France

T. : 01 84 16 48 10

2020511 5 H(*) 10:28 Angelica GIANNOULATOU <angelica.giannoulatou@moreaukusunoki.com>:

Thank you Eve.

The first link does not work, could you check please?

Thank you very much.

Angelica GIANNOULATOU

MOREAU
KUSUNOKI
ARCHITECTES

5 rue de Nemours
75011 Paris France

T : 01 84 16 46 87

Le mar. 5 mai 2020 a 09:56, Eve Hoskins <Eve.Hoskins@arup.com> a ecrit :
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.


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RE: [Externa               Powerhouse 11---'arrarnatta       esign Meeting

Agenda

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

To:       Hannah Slater <hannah.slater@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>; Simon Pagett
<
simon.pagett@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au>

Cc:       Enrico Zara <enrico.zara@arup.com>; Peter Romeos <peter.romeos@arup.com>; George

Cunha <george.cunha@arup.com>; Jacob Wiest <jacob.wiest@arup.com>

Date: Wed, 06 May 2020 10:38:08 +1000

Hi Hannah / Simon,

I was just going to send this to the architects but through I would get your feedback first, as I know you like the curtain wall option. This is based on the look of the faηade and Hirokos email below. The cost of the curtain wall with large aggregate as the architect is envisioning, while being great from a performance perspective, can become an expensive product.

There is limitations with the aggregate sizes for different GRC manufacturers. I have pulled out GRC manufacturers that we have studied as follows and indicative costs of the supply of the panel only.

Reider concrete skin — less than 5mm aggregate - $315 /m (limited to 1.5m wide)

Shapeshifl —up to 6171111 aggregate - $500/m2

Ascuro — up to 1 2nn aggregate - $7 00/m2

Precast concrete (supplier) - can achieve larger aggregate size, as this involves a layer of precast to the front face of the GRC (typically used on projects to look like stone) but is very costly i.e $800 - $1600 depending on .finish and profiling.

To incorporate this into installing a curtain wall this will indicatively be another $800 - $1000 / m2 added onto the panel cost. And as you can see, if you want >12mm aggregate, GRC curtain wall can become an expensive option.

I will ask for samples based on the MLC centre render from the above suppliers, if that is ok, to see if these are appropriate.

For precast option (about $800 -$1000 / in2 supply and install) we can have the same module sizes as GRC. With the additional space between the exoskeleton and the slab edge there is more opportunity to install the panels (like we did not have with previous design). There is always the risk of damage to the structure with such heavy panels that are being installed but with sequencing of installation with structures this could be a possibility, to be worked

through with structures.

The ventilated section of the facade is another area that needs some consideration. One idea we have mentioned is that you could have GRC panels that are per brated to allow for air intake. Speaking to precast concrete (supplied, they have the ability to match GRC and precast concrete to have a mixture of the materials over the building ?f required. Do you have an idea of how you would like the ventilation within the facade to look?

Eve

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