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Basic Brieffor Construction WorksRevision M- 25 February 2012incorporating: the Basic Brief for Architectural and Landscape Projects, the Engineering Basic Brief.Document administered by:Procurement & Capital WorksAnnex, 12 Wattle StreetLyneham, ACTPO Box 818,DICKSON, ACT 2602

BASIC BRIEF – TABLE OF CONTENT1. INTRODUCTION1.16GENERAL61.1.1 Project Briefing61.1.2 Additional Information72. GENERAL PROVISIONS82.1.1 Consultant to Provide Comprehensive Professional Services82.1.2 Responsibilities of the Consultant & Project Officer82.1.3 Communications Protocol82.1.4 National Code of Practice82.1.5 Reporting92.2CONSULTANT ENGAGEMENT92.2.1 Selection Process92.3SUB-CONSULTANTS2.4CONSULTANT ENGAGEMENT102.5SURVEILLANCE OFFICERS102.6ADJUSTMENT TO THE TOTAL LUMP SUM FEE102.7PROGRESS PAYMENTS FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES112.8QUALITY ASSURANCE REQUIREMENTS122.8.1 Quality Assurance Requirements for Suppliers122.8.2 Project Quality Plan122.8.3 Document Control132.8.4 Distribution Control and Retention Period142.9.9TESTING & MODELLING142.10REFERENCE DOCUMENTS152.11COST MANAGEMENT152.12SITE INSPECTIONS162.13SURVEY INFORMATION162.14SUB-SURFACE INVESTIGATIONS162.15CONSERVATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS172.16POLLUTION CONTROL182.17TRAFFIC NOISE202.18SERVICE RELOCATIONS212.18.1 ActewAGL222.18.1.1 Hydraulic Services222.18.1.2 Streetlighting/ Lighting of Public Places222.18.1.3 Electrical Services222.18.2 Provision for Future Services232Basic Brief – Revision M

2.19LANDSCAPE232.20PUBLIC CONSULTATION242.21WORKHEALTH AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS242.21.1 Certified System242.21.2 Work Health and Safety Design Obligation242.21.2.1 Design Obligations242.21.2.2 Duty to ensure health and safety in the workplace242.21.2.3 Duty to test252.21.2.4 Duty to provide information2453. PROJECT DELIVERY MILESTONES263.1. SUBMISSIONS263.1.1 General Requirements263.1.2 Site Plans for Lease Withdrawal263.1.3 Plan Sequence263.1.4 Content of Submissions273.1.5 Presentation Material273.2PRE-DESIGN SERVICES283.2.1 Pre-Design Studies Policies283.2.2 Landscape Master Plan283.2.3 Stormwater Master Plan283.2.4 Sewerage Master Plan293.2.5 Water Supply Master Plan293.3DESIGN OPTIONS STUDY293.4PRELIMINARY SKETCH PLANS (PSP) – CONCEPTUAL DESIGN303.4.1 General Requirements303.4.2 Architectural Projects313.4.3 Landscape Architecture projects323.4.4 Engineering Projects333.5FINAL SKETCH PLANS343.5.1 General Requirements343.5.2 Architectural projects353.5.3 Landscape Architecture & Engineering Projects363.6DOCUMENT READINESS (DR) FINAL DESIGN & DOCUMENTATION 383.6.1 General Requirements383.6.2 Form of Contract383.6.3 Specification393.6.4 Nominated Subcontracts403.6.5 Provisional Sums and Provisional Quantities413.6.6 Separable Portions of Contract413.6.7 Documents to Authorities413.6.8 Documents for Control of Blasting413Basic Brief – Revision M

3.6.9 Cash Flow Limitations413.6.10 Liquidated Damages413.6.11 Project Identification Sign413.6.12 Plant Material List423.6.13 Earthworks423.6.14 Documentation Readiness423.6.15 Tender Documents423.6.16 Final Design (DR) Report433.6.17 DR Review443.6.18 Tender Documents453.7TENDERING463.7.1 Call Tenders463.7.2 Close and Accept Tenders463.8CONSTRUCTION483.8.1 Contract Administration483.8.2 Pre-Construction Condition Surveys493.8.3 Post-Tender Meeting493.8.4 Possession of Site493.8.5 Quality Assurance – Contractor’s Project Quality Plan493.8.6 Preservation of Survey Marks503.8.7 Monthly Report on Construction Progress503.8.8 Specific Requirements For Projects Incorporating a LandscapeComponent to be Maintained by Canberra Urban Parks & Places (CUPP) 513.8.9 Progress Payments – Construction513.8.10 Extensions of Time513.8.11 Variations.523.8.12 Traffic Management523.8.12.1 General Requirements523.8.12.2 Permanent Traffic Control Devices (inc. lines and signs)533.8.12.3 Traffic Management Concept Drawings533.8.12.4 Proposals for Traffic Management During Construction3.9PROJECT COMPLETION54543.9.1 General Requirements543.9.2 Practical Completion543.9.3 Handover553.9.4 Performance Review553.9.4.1 Project553.9.4.2 Design553.9.4.3 Materials553.9.4.4 Construction Methods554Basic Brief – Revision M Contractor's Performance553.9.4.6 Sub-consultants performance563.9.4.7 On site Representative’s performance563.9.4.8 Cost analysis563.9.4.9 Performance by Authorities563.9.5 System Maintenance Manual573.9.6 Work as Executed Records573.9.7 Defects Liability Period583.9.8 Financial Completion59SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION604.1ACTS, REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS (SEE APPENDIX 3)604.2GUIDE NOTES FOR COMPLETION OF LUMP SUM FEE PROPOSAL604.3DEFINITIONS614.3.1 Project Delivery Terms614.4PROJECT DELIVERY MILESTONES (IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER)634.5QUALITY ASSURANCE TERMS65APPENDICES68APPENDIX 1 LUMP SUM FEE PROPOSAL PRO-FORMA69APPENDIX 2 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS71APPENDIX 3 ACTS, REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS735Basic Brief – Revision M

1Part1. Introduction1.1 General1.1.1 Project BriefingThe Basic Brief is a set of standard requirements for Consultant’s within theTerritory. The Basic Brief sits among a suite of documents that come togetherto form the Contract Documents.References to the specific requirements for a project are called up in theProject Brief, which may specify all the services, or only some of the servicesnoted in the Basic Brief. In some cases, the Project Brief may requestspecialist services, not included in the Basic Brief, i.e. Post-OccupancyEvaluation, etc.Suite of Contract DocumentsThe suite of documents that make up the Contract Documents mayinclude:-Letter of AcceptanceConsultant Standard AgreementProject BriefBasic BriefAustralian Standards & ACT LegislationDepartmental Standards (Specific References will beincluded in the Project Brief)Education & Training – Mandatory Building RequirementsUrban Services – Design Standards for Urban InfrastructureUrban Services – Development Control Plan for Best Practice WasteManagement in the ACTRefer to the Project Brief for the exact documents that will constitute theContract Documents on a specific project.The listing is hierarchical. Where there is a conflict between thedocuments, the higher listed document shall take precedence.6Basic Brief – Revision M

The Territory’s Project Officer is responsible for preparation of the Brief for theproject. The Project Brief translates and expands on the requirements of theclient’s Functional Brief into a form suitable for issue to a Project Manager orConsultant.The Project Brief can take two forms: A letter Brief may be used for projects less than 100,000 (total costincluding GST and fees). Full Brief utilising a project specific brief with this Basic Brief.The Project Brief in its draft form is circulated to the client and other parties andclient endorsed comments incorporated in the final version. The selectedConsultant(s) is/are invited to submit a Lump Sum Fee proposal, along withsub-consultants. Upon assessment of the tenders and approval by thedelegated officer, the Project Brief is issued to the preferred Consultant. Thesuccessful tenderer is required to accept the brief within one (1) week ofreceipt. The successful tenderer then provides comments on the Project Briefincluding the adequacy of the budget and the program.Consultants may be engaged to provide forward design services, after which aProject Manager may be sought to finalise documentation, and commenceconstruction.This Basic Brief lists the parameters to be observed by consultants executingarchitectural, landscape, and engineering projects for The Territory.Consultants are to consider the Project Brief, together with this Basic Brief tosatisfactorily complete the response to The Territory.1.1.2 Additional Information Additional information on the latest Procurement Processes,Agent Circulars, and ACT Government Procurement Policy areavailable on the Shared Services Procurement and feedback are most welcome.Enquiries should be addressed to the:Quality ManagerShared Services ProcurementPO Box 818DICKSON ACT 2602TelephoneFacsimile6207 55966207 54687Basic Brief – Revision M

2Part2. General Provisions2.1.1 Consultant to Provide Comprehensive Professional ServicesThe Consultant is responsible to The Territory to give a comprehensiveprofessional service in the design, documentation, and (where required) contractadministration to ensure that time targets are met and costs contained within theproject budget. The Territories role is to manage the project rather than toundertake any work within the scope of competence of its professional consultant.The Territory expects the consultant to utilise the current professional standardsand practices in preparing design concepts and details for the project. TheConsultant also takes responsibility to ensure that proposed works are inaccordance with current ACT Government legislation, regulations, and AustralianStandards.2.1.2 Responsibilities of the Consultant & Project OfficerThe Project Officer will be the liaison for The Territory and other GovernmentAgencies. Discussions with all parties will be through the Project Officer.The Consultant is required to liaise with the Project Officer during the contract, toregularly inform The Territory of progress and problems encountered. Thenominated Project Officer will request the Consultant to attend meetings to presentdrawings and diagrams describing the design/construction process.The Project Officer is responsible to ensure that the activities for the successfulimplementation of the project are undertaken in a timely manner, according to theapproved procedures and delegations.The Consultant will obtain details of the requirements of all relevant Authorities,where applicable, and ensure that these are addressed in the design andconstruction process.2.1.3 Communications ProtocolAll communications on behalf of the Territory shall be with the Project Officer.Similarly, all communications from the Territory shall be via the principalConsultant.During construction, all communications shall be between the Project Officer andthe Superintendent.2.1.4 National Code of PracticeThe Territory has adopted the National Code of Practice for the ConstructionIndustry. All work by consultants and contractors is to conform to the code. All8Basic Brief – Revision M

consultants and contractors are required to sign a Certificate of Compliance withthe Code.2.1.5 ReportingThe Consultant is to report to the Project Officer at all documentation milestonesleading up to Documentation Readiness. There may also be other occasionswhen a report may be required as agreed with the Project Officer, or detailed in theProject Brief.The Consultant is to submit monthly reports during the construction phase (see3.8.7 Monthly Report on Construction Progress).The Consultant is required to review the performance of all parties and to submit areport in accordance with 3.9.4 Performance Review of this brief.2.2 Consultant Engagement2.2.1 Selection ProcessCurrent guidelines and processes for Consultant Selection by the Territory can befound on the Shared Services Procurement Website, Sub-ConsultantsThe consultant is to engage sub-consultants as required and is responsible forthe supervision and co-ordination of the services provided by them during theContract.The consultant shall submit a list of proposed sub-consultants and specialistsfor the project and detail how they intend to assure the quality of servicesprovided as part of their submission to The Territory. The consultant shallinclude details of extent of work of each specialist to enable an accurateassessment of fees. The Territory approval must be sought prior to changingany nominated specialist consultant/contractor.The following sub-consultants should be considered for inclusion on projectswhere appropriate: Site Investigations (Geo-technical Advice, Archaeological Survey,Historic Investigations, etc.);Architect;Landscape Architect;Quantity Surveyor;Structural Engineer;Civil Engineer;Electrical Engineer;Mechanical Engineer;Hydraulic Engineer;Artist;Specialist Sub-Consultants; andTesting & Modelling where appropriate.9Basic Brief – Revision M

The Territory relies on a Consultant’s previous experience on similar projectsto provide an appropriate and comprehensive team of consultants toundertake the project.2.4 Consultant EngagementConsultants are usually engaged on a lump sum fee basis as the result of a publictender process.Payment for Construction Phase Services, i.e. technical supervision of the works,contract administration and on-site representation etc. shall be included in theLump Sum Fee although this may in part be by a Provisional Sum or ProvisionalQuantity.2.5 Surveillance OfficersWhere a project requires a Surveillance Officer, the roles and responsibilities areincluded in the Austroads Guide to Field Surveillance of Quality AssuranceContracts.Where a project construction cost exceeds 3.0M, a full time on site SurveillanceOfficer shall be utilised. For projects under 3.0M the Superintendent mayundertake the surveillance activities.Architectural Projects will be administered as required by the Project Brief.2.6 Adjustment to the Total Lump Sum FeeAdjustments to the Fee will only be varied as a result of a significant change to theScope of Work or delivery timing as follows: The Territory requests changes to the scope of work or other briefedrequirements that exceed 10% of the project budget; or The duration of the project is extended 15% through no fault of theConsultant and suitable evidence of the cost of additional or extendedresources is provided to justify the claim. Divergence greater than 15% between the project budget cost and the firstproject estimate, normally the PSP estimate, where the budget divergenceis not the responsibility of the Consultant.The Consultant’s proposal should be capable of absorbing minor over-runs. Feevariations will generally be the exception rather than the rule.Written approval should be sought prior to proceeding with additional work orplacing orders for items that the Consultant considers outside the scope of theoriginal agreement.Fees shall be paid pro-rata when an engagement is terminated, to the point wheredesign development can be proven by documentation from the Consultant.10Basic Brief – Revision M

Additional fees will not be paid were additional work is required to bring the projectback within the project budget, unless the Consultant is able to prove that thebudget is inadequate, and this is accepted by the Territory.2.7 Progress Payments for Consultancy ServicesProgress payments will be made on a monthly basis.The lump sum fee proposal should contain a proposed schedule of payments andextent of the professional services offered. This is referred to in the Consultant'sAgreement appended at Appendix A to this brief.Electrical or other specialisations are to be nominated, together with the extent ofon-site attendance.On-site supervision, including the Defects Liability Period, is to be included in allLump Sum Fee proposals, however they may be excluded at The Territory’sdiscretion from the final agreement.If the scope of work or the cost plan is not defined or budget not establishedsufficient to ascertain a firm fee proposal and/or where it is unreasonable to assesssub-consultancy components, agreement should be sought from the ProjectOfficer to propose provisional amounts with upper limits of cost. Provisionalamounts should be confirmed by Preliminary Sketch Plan stage, when they shouldbe identifiable.When evaluating construction tenders the provisional amount will be converted toa fixed amount based on the proposal from the consultant. If no proposal isreceived prior to Possession of Site, the Provisional Sum will be converted to afixed amount.The consultant is to enclose sub-consultant’s fee calculations with the lump sumfee proposals.Sub-consultants' fees should include a schedule of payments that reflectcompleted work and the staging of the head Consultant's fee payments.Progress payments for sub-consultants and printing will be made on an as-billedbasis consistent with progress.Progress payments for on-site representation will be to a pre-agreed progresspayment schedule consistent with the Lump Sum agreement and time frame.Progress payments for Consultancy services should be addressed to the ProjectOfficer.For Engineering Projects, the progress payments for the Basic Fee componentshould not exceed the following, from the Initial Briefing to:PSP submissionFSP submissionDR submissionDefects Liability Period25% of Basic Fee50% of Basic Fee75% of Basic Fee90% of Basic Fee11Basic Brief – Revision M

Completion100% of Basic FeePayment for Technical Supervision and Contract Administration shall be includedin the fixed Lump Sum Fee. The Lump Sum Fee shall also initially include aProvisional Sum for the Superintendent's role in providing quality assuranceservices for the Works. The proposal is to recommend how the contractor'sProject Quality System is to be monitored. This will be dependent upon thecontractor's quality system and the contractor's ability to provide assurance bymeans of objective evidence that the specification requirements have been met.The proposal shall nominate the consultant's representative and on-siterepresentative, with details of experience of the proposed superintendent'srepresentative, duties, discretions and authorities to be exercised by that person.2.8 Quality Assurance Requirements2.8.1 Quality Assurance Requirements for SuppliersQA Certification is required for consultant engagements for projects with a projectvalue over 50,000 or studies over 10, Project Quality PlanThe Consultant shall be responsible for: providing The Territory with assurance that the quality of design will be inaccordance with the requirements of this Basic Brief and the Project Brief ;and achieving the specified requirements and demonstrating this achievementby documentary evidence.The Consultant is to implement a quality system in accordance with theappropriate requirements of Quality System Standard ISO 9001:2000.The Consultant shall implement a Project Quality Plan (PQP) to ensure that thequality assurance requirements of the brief are met.The Consultant is to prepare and submit controlled copies of the Project QualityPlan to The Territory.The Project Quality Plan shall identify: milestone dates; quality objectives to be attained; specific responsibilities and authority during the different phases ofthe project; specific procedures, methods and work instructions to be applied; proposed testing, inspection, examination and audit programs;12Basic Brief – Revision M

other measures necessary to meet objectives including a methodfor dealing with changes and modifications as the projectproceeds.The Territory uses an incremental method of project development. This requiresthe gradual development of the project through a series of milestones/hold points,approvals, etc.The details of these milestone/hold points identified in the Project Brief arerequired to be shown in a design plan and/or design verification plan which in turnis incorporated in the Consultant's Project Quality Plan. The Consultant shall alsoinclude items shown the Design Plan and/or design verification plan.The Consultant shall keep The Territory informed of projected design verificationreview points and any other involvement of The Territory in the QA systems ofConsultants, Sub-consultants, and/or Specialist Consultants.The Consultant shall determine the appropriate Quality Standard to be applied toSub-consultants or Specialist Consultants commissioned to provide design data tomeet the requirements of the Project Brief.The principal consultant is responsible for ensuring the adequacy of the QualityAssurance arrangements for all sub-consultants. Where sub-consultants donot have their own Quality Assurance system, they shall use and comply withthe principal consultant’s quality system.Where computers are utilised to undertake design calculations, their design outputshall be verified by alternative calculations or by the software being validated,verified and authorised prior to use. Methods shall be in place to detect anycorruption of files.The Territory shall be afforded the right to enter the Consultant's, Sub-consultantor Specialist Consultant's premises for the purposes of quality surveillance and/oraudit in respect of the project.The work of the consultant will be monitored by conducting quality surveillanceand/or audits by The Territory on the consultant's quality system and wherenecessary, on the consultant's sub-consultants and specialists.Where an engagement is for both design and superintendence, a Project QualityPlan shall be prepared based on the Contractor’s Project Quality Plan andsubmitted for approval by the Territory. This requires a revision and resubmissionof the Project Quality Plan after the Construction Contract is awarded.2.8.3 Document ControlThe Consultant will be responsible for the identification of the issue status ofdesign drawings and documentation as follows: during the preliminary design stage to Document Readiness (DR),drawings/documents shall be identified by Revision A, B ,C etc. Otherdrawing/document controls to be in accordance with the document controlprocedures.13Basic Brief – Revision M

at Document Readiness (DR), drawings/documents shall either bestamped "FOR TENDER" or a similar notation in the amendment recordbox. when drawings/documents are issued for construction, their revision shallbe identified 0, 1, 2, 3 etc. Revision 0 shall be stamped "ISSUED FORCONSTRUCTION" or similar notation in the drawing/documentamendment record box. changes to the drawing/document numbering system during a project shallnot be made without the agreement of The Territory.2.8.4 Distribution Control and Retention PeriodThe Consultant shall be responsible for the controlled distribution and retention ofTender Documents (DR) and Tender Addenda as follows:Minimum Distribution:Project OfficerConsultantTenderersMinimum Retention Periodfor Consultant's copiesTo CompletedWorksThe Consultant shall also be responsible for the retention of controlled copies ofKey Project Documents issued by The Territory. These may include: Consultant Engagement Documents eg. Consultant Brief andAgreement Approved Design Option Reports and other reports that are a partof the Project Delivery Service Preliminary Sketch Plans Final Sketch Plans draft final design and tender documents (DR) Contract Documents Design Change Documents (ie. documents defining a designchange for which approval is granted) Corrigenda to the above Key Project DocumentsCopies of documents issued by The Territory to consultants shall be controlled toensure that where their use affects quality that current documents are used.2.9. Testing & ModellingThe consultant is required to ensure that sufficient tests of design configuration,structure and materials are carried out during design, documentation and14Basic Brief – Revision M

construction of the project. The arrangements for tests should be referred to theProject Officer for approval.The proposed fees for tests may be negotiated with the Territory forreimbursement, including additional site supervision costs. Approval should besought prior to placing the orders.2.10 Reference DocumentsReference Documents will be listed in the Project Brief.2.11 Cost ManagementThe Consultant is to ensure that costs are controlled.Estimates are required at the following stages for all projects: with the design options study; with the conceptual design (preliminary sketch plans); with draft design (final sketch plans); before submitting Tender documents, based on substantiallycomplete contract documentation; after the contract is let, based on the contractor's priced bill ofquantities; as part of each monthly report; and at final settlement of the contract.It is the Consultant's responsibility to design and document the project complyingwith the briefed requirements within the constraints of the budget.The Consultant may be required to re-document to bring the cost back to theBudget figure where cost plans or tenders are in excess of the available budget.The consultant has a primary responsibility to achieve a result within the budget,and where re-work is required, this shall be done within the agreed fee, unlessagreed otherwise.Should the Consultant wish to increase the cost by exceeding the requirements ofany part of the brief, compensating savings must be made elsewhere in the designwithout affecting compliance to the brief.Where changes in the brief result in cost variations to the Consultant’s fees, theConsultant should advise The Territory immediately.Variations during contract administration that result in an increase in costs willgenerally require compensating savings to offset the cost of the variation.15Basic Brief – Revision M

Where fresh documentation is required due to factors outside the Consultant'scontrol the fee will be adjusted in accordance with the Consultant's agreement.2.12 Site InspectionsA site inspection involving the Consultant, the Project Officer and a representativeof the client (if sought by the Project Officer) may be arranged by the ProjectOfficer prior to design commencement.This meeting should be used to formulate the design philosophy and clarifymatters affecting the feasibility of proposals to be considered.Following the initial inspection the Consultant shall arrange site inspections withthe Project Officer as required and at least once prior to finalisation of the design.2.13 Survey InformationWhere detailed survey information is made available for the project, the Consultantshould, as soon as possible, assess the available survey data to ensure it isadequate for design and construction purposes within the scope of the brief.The Consultant should submit details of the requirements of any additional surveyinformation to the Project Officer without delay. These should include plansindicating the location of survey work and a survey Brief detailing the extent anddescription of the work required. Four copies of the plan and specification arerequired.The design drawings are to show the source of the survey information used in thedesign including the date the survey was carried out.2.14 Sub-Surface InvestigationsThe Consultant is to carry out site investigations and assessments of sub-surfaceconditions at an early stage to provide an informed base to develop the design.Consideration should be given to the need for additional geo-technical informationfor tendering and construction.Information on the geology of the Canberra region is available through theAustralian Geological Survey Organisation (AGSO).Geo-technical reports done by a specialist Consultant are to differentiate betweenfactual information to be used by a contractor and the Specialist Consultant'sopinions of information to be used for design. Separate reports are required foreach aspect, and the Project Officer provided with three copies of each report.The factual report is to be made available to tenderers for information only by theConsultant as part of the tender documents.The opinions relating to the factual report may be made available to tendererssubject to the written approval from The Territory.The report interpreting the geo-technical data is to identify any adverse soilconditions, fill on blocks, disturbed ground, surface and sub-surface water, erosion16Basic Brief – Revision M

susceptibility, slope stability, bearing capacity, factors likely to affect pavementdesign and construction, and all other information necessary to provide a base fordesign, tender document preparation and superintendence.2.15 Conservation and Environmental ImpactsConservation and environmental impacts are concerned with both living and nonliving elements. The Consultant is required to identify any areas associated with oradjacent to the project development areas which: have nature conservation status; are designated sites of significance. The Heritage Unit, Environment ACTmaintains descriptions and maps of all identified sites of significance, bothnatural and cultural in the ACT. The Consultant must ascertain the locationof all such sites in the area affected by the work proposed and mark theseon the design drawings. Protective devices, such as fences, guards, etc.that are required for construction or long term must be indicated on thedesign drawings and included in the contract documentation. The HeritageUnit should be consulted at an early stage to ascertain whether theproposed works will impact on a known heritage site. Heritage Unit willprovide advice on landscaping in heritage areas and must be contacted ifarchaeological deposits are found during the construction. The Consultantis to ensure that appropriate clauses are included in the contractdocuments; are gazetted under the Nature Conservation Act, Roads and Public PlacesAct or the Heritage Objects Act; are important ecological areas; are recorded by the Environment Protection Unit, Environment ACT as aknown or potentially contaminated site. The information is recorded byEnvironment Protection Unit in the Contaminated Sites ManagementDatabase (CSMD), Contaminated Sites Geographic Information System(CSGIS) and contaminated sites Register under the Environment ProtectionAct 1997. Information recorded on the CSMD, CSGIS and Register areavailable through the Contaminated Land Search enquiry administered bythe Environment Protection Unit, Environment ACT. The Unit can alsoprovide advise on contaminated sites management in the ACT and shouldbe contacted if contamination is detected during construction. The Unitshould be consulted at an early stage. The consultant is to ensure thatappropriate clauses are included in the contract documentation; and Where structures are to be removed a comprehensive Hazardous Mate

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