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Type: Paper
Title: Implementation of the Asset Design As Constructed standard in Bundaberg.
Authors: Honor, Dwayne
Caughley, Matthew
Tags: ADAC;Bundaberg Regional Council
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia Queensland
Abstract: This paper focuses on the challenges that Bundaberg Regional Council faced with the overall management of “as constructed” asset information being received from external industry (donated assets) and internally constructed infrastructure from capital works programs. Existing processes for the creation and distribution of “as constructed” details were manually labour intensive, paper based and information was difficult to validate. There was no consistent standard as to how design plans were “marked up” and enforcement of such was not practical amongst internal work crews and external contractors. The traditional “as constructed” plans were not providing sufficient value to the planner, designer, constructor, owner or maintainer. Council has largely addressed this issue with the implementation of an industry standard ADAC XML file which also delivers a self- improving data transfer process into the future.
Description: Paper
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