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University of Melbourne Page 1CONSTRUCTION INDUSTY STUDIES â€“ PROPERTYABPL 20051ASSIGNMENT 3GeneralStudents are required to continue working in the same groups established for the previousassignment (Assignment 2).Aims and ObjectivesThe aim of this assignment is for students to demonstrate:â€¢ The ability to work in groups and produce a combined report, which is cohesive andcomprehensive, and demonstrates both a collaborative and co-operative approach toproblem solving;â€¢ The ability to recognise buildings and accurately describe their:o Type of construction;o Era of construction;o Major building elements;o ESD components and potential;o Maintenance requirements for existing buildings;â€¢ The ability to produce a thorough and well researched site analysis, that is presented ina professional format;â€¢ The ability to research readily available local data regarding planning and buildingissues in the City of Port Phillip and interpret this information into meaningful propertyproposals;â€¢ The ability to interpret local planning regulations in order to create a massing model fora proposed development on a city site;â€¢ The ability to propose appropriate construction methodologies for a proposed buildingdevelopment on a city site; andâ€¢ The ability to prepare a well-presented, professional quality report.University of Melbourne Page 2IntroductionEach group will be allocated a number of sites within the City of Port Phillip FishermansBend precinct.For Parts 1 and 2 of the assignment, each member of the group will be responsible forassessing one of the allocated sites. Students will be assessed individually for their work inParts 1 and 2.For Part 3 of the assignment, the group will work cooperatively and collaboratively onpreparing a development proposal for one or more of the allocated sites. The group will beassessed collectively for their work on Part 3, the overall presentation and referencing.Tutorials sessions will focus on achieving milestones in completing the knowledge base forthe completion of this assignment. Small student presentations will be a core of thisprocess, and groups will be assessed on their presentations as part of the total assignmentassessment. Students are expected to learn from each otherâ€™s presentations and offercomments.Students should attend all tutorials and the site visit so that their group will not bedisadvantaged.Assignment ContentThe content of the report should include the following, to arrive at a considered proposal forbuilding development. It should include the following sections:INTRODUCTIONTABLE OF CONTENTSPART 1: Detailed Site Description and AnalysisFor each of the allocated sites you are to prepare a detailed description and analysis of thesite. One member of the group is responsible for assessing one of the sites.The site analysis should include (but not be limited to) the following:â€¢ Photographic description of the streetscape, which should be annotated to describe thefeatures of the site and the character of the immediate neighbourhood. NOTE: Studentsare required to take and use their own original photos of the streetscape and not to takeand use existing photos from other sources;â€¢ Plan of the site showing adjoining building relationships and any key issues relating tothe surrounding area. This could be presented as a copy of a plan or map sourced fromthe City of Port Phillip website or Google Earth etc. onto which you overlay the variousinformation and add your own annotations. Your site plan must be large enough toshow more than just your subject site;â€¢ Key features which must be highlighted in the site description and analysis include:o Drawing must be to scale, using a scale bar and indicative key dimensions;o Orientation of the site (i.e. a north point is required);o Location and length of allotment boundaries (as dimensions);o Area of the site;University of Melbourne Page 3o Building footprint outlines (for subject site and adjoining sites);o Building heights and setbacks (for subject site and adjoining sites);o Any other site features (i.e. street trees, crossovers, parking restrictions, landmarkfocus points, etc.);o Key and relevant linkages and transport routes;o Building occupation and use (for subject site and adjoining sites);o Any key historical information about the site / immediate area / buildings that youconsider makes this site unique and/or a key part of the precinct development;o A brief description of the planning scheme (including zoning, overlays, local policystatements etc.) which informs the potential for development of the individual sites.For this part of the assignment, in addition to a desktop review of available materials,students are required to undertake a visit to the site in order to take photos, gatherobservations about the site and the immediate area around the site.Students will need to share information to allow coordination of their work and developcommon presentation styles for this part of the assignment so that as a group, yourinformation reads as related parts of the one report.PART 2: Building AnalysisFor each of the allocated sites you are to prepare an analysis of the building(s) occupyingthe site. One member of the group is responsible for assessing each site.The building analysis should include (but be not limited to) the following:â€¢ A description of the building allotment and title boundaries and orientation;â€¢ A description of the building in terms of:o Size and the area of the site it occupies;o Approximate height of the building and the number of floors;o Age and era of construction;o Type of construction (including the various structural and enclosing elements â€“ at aminimum this needs to include footings, floor and roof structures, vertical structure,walls and roof etc.);o Any historical information you can readily find about the building or its occupants.NOTE: there is historical information about many city buildings and this informationis always relevant to preparing a property reports.o Typical maintenance issues that would be associated with a building of this age andtype;o Typical ESD methods employed in a building of this age and type, and for thisbuilding in particular;o Description of the advantages of carrying out a NABERS assessment on theexisting building and the typical findings and recommendations that such a reportwould highlight;o Recommendations about how to improve the ESD performance of the building;o Current building use and occupation (and comment on how the use of the buildingfits in with the established use of the surrounding area);University of Melbourne Page 4â€¢ A detailed analysis of the Planning scheme including the zoning, overlays, local policystatements, building heights and development potential for this particular site;â€¢ Any restrictions on the potential development of this site.For this part of the assignment, in addition to a desktop review of available materials,students are required to undertake a visit to the site in order to take photos, gatherobservations about the building.Students will need to share information to allow coordination their work and developcommon presentation styles for this part of the assignment so that as a group, yourinformation reads as related parts of the one report.PART 3: Development ProposalAs a group, you are to make a recommendation for the major redevelopment of one, severalor all of the sites you have analysed in Parts 1 and 2 of the assignment.The selected site(s) for redevelopment must be appropriate and achievable (i.e. do notselect a heritage listed property and assume that you can demolish it â€“ if you wish to includesuch a site in your development proposal, you must think of a way to integrate the existingprotected structure into the development).The selected area for redevelopment must be approved by your tutor prior to proceedingwith the detailed development strategy.The Development Proposal should include (but be not limited to) the following:â€¢ Preparation of a massing study of the building development proposed for the selectedsite(s). This massing study must include scaled diagrams that indicate:o Proposed combined site area, including dimensions of the new site;o Proposed building site coverage (footprint) and area of the footprint;o Building height, number of floors and total area of the building;o Impact of the neighbouring buildings on the proposed building mass;o Structural and construction methods to be used for the proposed development,including the various structural and enclosing elements â€“ at a minimum this needsto include footings, floor and roof structures, vertical structure, walls and roof etc.and any site access issues which may occur during the construction process;â€¢ The construction of the proposed development must be costed using Riders. Thecosting must be itemised in as much detail as appropriate for your developmentproposal and include at least the following elements:o Demolition of existing buildings;o Building construction (wit breakdowns for different types of uses included);o Basement and car parking;o Various services, including vertical transportation;o Landscaping;o Identification of any costing exclusionsâ€¢ Consideration and description of how the proposed building development would be usedand how the proposed use and design would be suitable for the site considering bothUniversity of Melbourne Page 5the established use of the surrounding area and the proposed use of the area into thefuture;â€¢ The redevelopment proposal must give consideration to the following:o Planning scheme limitations imposed on the site, including zoning and overlays,local planning policy, other government policy, building height restrictions,overshadowing and overlooking, and any other issues that you believe impact onredevelopment of the site(s);o Access during construction.â€¢ An indication of the likely sales or rental prices for the final proposed development;â€¢ Possible marketing of the completed project.â€¢ Any other considerations which have informed your development proposal.The development proposal should be presented as a series of annotated original sketchesand short paragraphs. â€˜Copy and pasteâ€™ of material obtained from reference sources mustnot be used as a presentation technique for substantive information within the report.CONCLUSIONAPPENDICESREFERENCESAssignment FormatEach report is to be presented in a common format, as follows:Cover Page A4 portrait formatTable of Contents A4 portrait formatPart 1 Detailed Site Description and Analysis2 x A3 landscape pages per site (folded to A4 for binding into report)Part 2 Building Analysis2 x A3 landscape pages per site (folded to A4 for binding into report)Part 3 Development ProposalA4 portrait format report (any A3 sheets to be folded to A4 size in report)Conclusion A4 portrait formatAppendices A4 portrait formatReferences A4 portrait formatThe final hard copy of the report must be spiral, wire or comb bound with a completedsubmission cover sheet.The presentation format and graphics that each group employs should be decided by thegroup members. Students should give careful consideration to the consistency of fonts,headings, spacing, colour and graphic style. University of Melbourne Page 6OutcomeThe content and presentation of the assignment should read as a co-ordinated and well-presented effort, suitable to present to a client considering purchasing the site(s) fordevelopment.Each studentâ€™s individual participation is the equivalent of 2500 words + diagrams.Peer assessmentIndividual work diaries should be kept by each student during the development phase of theassignment. These diary statements are to be submitted in one labelled envelope per group.Each envelope will contain:1. Individual statements that:Describe your own work carried out the previous week and how it satisfies thework program and progress of the group.An outline of your consideration of the other membersâ€™ individual progress incomparison to the program established in the prior week, by the group.It should be typed on an A4 sheet, with the project group, tutorial time andstudentâ€™s name clearly marked, and be signed by the author.Individual work diary statements must be submitted at the commencement ofeach tutorial.2. During the tutorial, each group will create a work program for the following weekâ€™stasks detailing what is to be researched by each student and what information willbe prepared for presentation the following week.This statement can be handwritten, is to be signed by each student in the groupand handed to the tutor prior to leaving the tutorial session.Make sure each member of the group also takes a copy of this work program withthem at the end of the tutorial so they know what to work on during the week.Peer assessments will be used to assess individual participation in the group project, andshall be the source for discrepancies in assessments.A final Peer assessment must be submitted with the final report, in a similar format to theweekly reports.Marking and AssessmentThis assignment is worth 40% of the total assessment marks.University of Melbourne Page 7The following breakdown of marks will apply:1 Peer Assessment [individual mark] 5 pts2 Part 1: Detailed Site Description and Analysis [individual mark] 20 pts3 Part 2: Building Analysis [individual mark] 20 pts4 Part 3: Development Proposal [group mark] 40 pts5 Overall Presentation of Report (including introduction & conclusion)[group mark] 10 pts6 Referencing [group mark] 5 ptsTOTAL 100 POINTSGiven that it is a group report, each member of the group will receive the same mark for allthe items shown above as [group mark]. Individual marks will be awarded for the sectionsshown above as [individual mark].Tutorial ProgramTutorial sessions will be focused on achieving milestones in completing the knowledge basefor completion of the assignment.Students should attend all tutorials and the site visit to ensure they are not disadvantaged intheir report preparation.The following milestones are expected to be achieved and students will make shortpresentations during the tutorials to show the progress of their work as described below:Week 09 3 rd May Assignment briefing and group consolidation.Students are to research their sites using desktop materials,allocate time for a visit to the sites to record observationsabout the sites and to work collectively on establishing anassignment milestone work plan for Week 10 and to preparefor the Week 11 in-class presentations.Week 10 10 th May Submission of peer assessments and assignment milestonework plan prior to the site visit.Completed an independent visit to the allocated sites to gatherobservations and photographs and to continue to prepare forthe in-class presentations in Week 11.Week 11 17 th May Submission of peer assessments at start of tutorial session.Pin-up presentations of research of milestones for week 11.The presentations are to include at least:â€¢ Base site plans and descriptions of the local area,University of Melbourne Page 8â€¢ Streetscape and building descriptions,â€¢ Detailed description of the Neighbourhood Character,â€¢ Planning scheme analysis,â€¢ Individual buildings analysis.Following the presentations, students are to start work on thedevelopment proposals for their sites, including:â€¢ Establish which site, or sites the group has decided toâ€˜developâ€™,â€¢ Clearly outline the reasons for your choice of site(s).These reasons may include:o Comments about the size of the site and its suitabilityfor the proposed use,o Available linkages,o Position on the block,o Accessibility,o and any other reasonsâ€¦.â€¢ Decide on the proposed use for the development andgive your reasons,â€¢ A thorough analysis of the planning scheme to establishthe extent of built development that can be achieved onthe site(s),â€¢ Establish the building mass for the site(s). NOTE: Thiswill be dictated by your planning scheme analysis andyour intended use. Prepare the floor areas so thatconstruction costings can be applied,â€¢ When preparing your development massing study youshould make the following assumptions:o Floor to Floor Heights of 3.5m;o The proposed structure should be constructed usingconcrete (in situ, precast, or concrete masonry units),steel or CLT.Groups must get approval from tutors for their developmentproposal idea prior to the end of the tutorial session in orderto progress their project before week 12 (so that the projectcan be presented and costed in the Week 12 tutorialsessions).Week 12 24 th May Submission of peer assessments at start of tutorial session.Group presentations of the proposed development milestoneslisted in Week 11 above, followed by calculations of theproposed cost of the development and potential sales orrental potential of the development. University of Melbourne Page 9
ABPL å¢¨å¤§ å»ºç‘å¦ Architecture assignment ä»£å†™ Submission Requirements and Due DatesThe Assignment is due no later than 11.59pm on Monday 5 th June 2017. It is to besubmitted via TURNITIN on the LMS.The LMS submission must be a PDF file.In addition to the LMS submission, a colour printed copy must be submitted to theAssignment Submission Chute on the ground floor of the Baldwin Spencer Building (#113),no later than 10am on TUESDAY 6 th June 2017.The LMS submission will be marked once both the soft and hard copies have beensubmitted. One hard copy and one LMS copy are required per group. The group coversheetwill be posted on LMS.Submissions without appropriate references (including in-text or footnotes) will not bemarked and will be referred to the Academic Misconduct Committee.Late SubmissionsDeductions for late submissions will be applied to the LMS submission, at the rate of 10%per 24 hours, or part thereof, after the designated LMS submission time. The late penaltiesare applied on a calendar day basis (not working day).Cover SheetsThe hard copy assignment must be submitted with the CIS-P Assignment 2 Cover Sheet.The coversheet is not required for the TURNITIN submission, but you should include yourown coversheet as part of your report presentation (formatted as you would for prepare thecover page of a report for presentation to a client).ResourcesYou are required to make your own research endeavours for this assignment. The followingwebsites are the starting point for information about buildings and planning requirements.Many of the resources previously prescribed for the other assignments are also relevant forthis assignment.http://www.fishermansbend.vic.gov.auhttp://www.fishermansbend.vic.gov.au/documentshttp://www.portphillip.vic.gov.au/index.htmhttp://www.portphillip.vic.gov.au/ferrars-st.htmhttp://www.portphillip.vic.gov.au/near-me.htmhttp://planning-schemes.delwp.vic.gov.au/schemes/portphilliphttps://nabers.gov.au/public/webpages/home.aspxABPL å¢¨å¤§ å»ºç‘å¦ Architecture assignment ä»£å†™
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