BCA (Volume 1) A0.5 Meeting the Performance Requirements and BCA (Volume 2) 1.0.5 Meeting the Performance Requirements read exactly the same as below *


Compliance with the Performance Requirements can only be achieved by:

(a) complying with the Deemed-to-Satisfy Provisions; or

(b) formulating an Alternative Solution which,

(i) complies with the Performance Requirements; or

(ii) is shown to be at least equivalent to the Deemed-to-Satisfy Provisions; or

(c) a combination of (a) and (b).


*Extract from the Building Code of Australia (BCA)


BCA (Volume 1) A0.10 Relevant Performance Requirements and
BCA (Volume 2) 1.0.10 Relevant Performance Requirements are similar as below *


The following method must be used to determine the Performance Requirement or Performance Requirements relevant to the Alternative Solution:

(a) Identify the relevant Deemed-to-Satisfy Provision of each Section or Part that is to be the subject of the Alternative Solution.

(b) Identify the Performance Requirements from the same Sections or Parts that are relevant to the identified Deemed-to-Satisfy Provisions.

(c) Identify Performance Requirements from other Sections and Parts that are relevant to any aspects of the Alternative Solution proposed, or that are affected by the application of the Deemed-to-Satisfy Provisions, that are the subject of the Alternative Solution.


*Extract from the Building Code of Australia (BCA)

Building Class

Building Classifications and Classes

When you talk to professionals in the industry, they will refer to your building by its classification or class. A classification groups together buildings of a similar use so that the rules that apply to a class, apply to all the buildings in that class. So, it really pays to know the category your proposed building will be under. We have put together a quick list that will help you to easily identify your building project.

Form 16 Building Queensland

Are Form 16’s knocking you for six? Here is everything you need to know.

Completing a Form 16 correctly should protect you, and ensure you are taking responsibility for what you actually want to certify and nothing else. However, we receive Form 16’s all day, every day, and not one day goes by when we are not asking someone to amend or correct them. Therefore we have decided to write a series of articles, published over the next few weeks, dedicated to the elusive Form 16 and to explaining each of its uses and functions.

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