University of Newcastle
Specifications and standards
Below are documents in relation to general requirements applicable to the design, manufacture, performance and delivery of various project aspects of the University of Newcastle. They are designed to be used in conjunction with the early engagement with the IFS Operation, Strategy and Project teams.
Please note they do not include IT and AV specifications, which require consultation with the University of Newcastle's IT department.
|Access Design Guideline||1.1||-|
|NUspace - FF&E Type Schedule||1.0||-|
|UON Interior Design Guidelines||1.0||-|
|UON-BSS-001 Electric Sit-Stand Workstation Specifications||1.0||-|
|UON-DSS-001 CAD - BIM Drafting and Document Standards||2.1||-|
|Project Briefing Document - Engineering Services Briefing Document||2.1||-|
The Fire Specification is currently being updated, Please refer to the Engineering Services Overview and consult with the IFS Fire Technical Officer.
Hydraulics Standards are currently being updated. Please refer to the Engineering Services Overview and consult with the IFS Mechanical Engineer.
Listed below is a series of project documents for mechanical design. Please note some information is captured in the Engineering services overview. For any mechanical design early engagement with the IFS Mechanical Engineer is required.
|Standard Work Procedure AC1 Split System Install||1.0||-|
|The University of Newcastle - HVAC Specification||1.0||-|
|UON Siemens Naming Convention Document||1.0||-|
|Project - O&M Folder Structure Template||1.0||-|
|Maximo Asset Data Collection Template||1.4||-|
|Project Completion IFS Sign-off||1.0||-|
|UON Post-Completion Maintenance and Defects Management Procedure 181005 Draft||1.0||-|
|UON Project Handover Guideline 010920||1.2||-|
|CV-3 Avigilon CCTV (003) DQ||1.0||October 2020|
|Gallagher Configuration Guide||1.2||July 2019|
|Gallagher Manual||1.2||July 2019|
|IFS Electronic Security Specification||2.9||-|
|IFS Lock Hardware Cylinder and Key Project Briefing Document||2.1||-|
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