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Works As Executed - Specifications / Industry Standards - Drainage Assets

  • 1.  Works As Executed - Specifications / Industry Standards - Drainage Assets

    Posted 21-07-2021 10:47
    Hi all,
    We are having some challenges in obtaining what we consider 'Industry Standard / Best Practise' WAE data for stormwater drainage works. In particular we need to justify the information we require and the appropriate format for the data. We are keen to see others WAE data requirements and also any industry standards / specs that are available to ensure were are aligned with these.

    Many thanks!
    Regards

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    Dean McNatty
    Central Coast Council
    Team Leader - Drainage Assets
    dean.mcnatty@centralcoast.nsw.gov.au
    Gosford
    Australia
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  • 2.  RE: Works As Executed - Specifications / Industry Standards - Drainage Assets

    Posted 22-07-2021 16:12
    Morning everyone,
    Interesting seeing everyone asking for different needs on digital information standards and requirements. Whilst in local government we were involved in the development of and used the A-Spec digital specifications. These cover buildings, roads, drainage, property etc and a forum like this that helped develop these nationally and globally.

    They can be found at Why A-Spec?https://www.a-specstandards.com.au/why-a-spec 

    A-SPEC - Digital Data Specifications remove preview
    Why A-Spec?
    A-SPEC delivers benefits to all participants involved in the commissioning, designing, building and maintaining of infrastructure assets through providing the basis for a consistent and efficient approach to the supply of digital 'As-Constructed' data. 'As Constructed' data has been acknowledged as one of the foundation building blocks for a DIGITAL BUILT ENVIRONMENT to enable SMART CITIES.
    View this on A-SPEC - Digital Data Specifications >

    Hope this helps.

    Kind regards,

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    Simon Young
    Rentco
    Director Business Development
    High Wycombe
    Australia
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  • 3.  RE: Works As Executed - Specifications / Industry Standards - Drainage Assets

    Posted 23-07-2021 12:41
    Thanks Simon, I have recently been in touch with the team at A-SPEC.

    Regards
    Dean

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    Dean McNatty
    Central Coast Council
    Team Leader - Drainage Assets
    Gosford
    Australia
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  • 4.  RE: Works As Executed - Specifications / Industry Standards - Drainage Assets

    Posted 03-08-2021 15:12
    Hi Dean

    ADAC is the most widely used schema for 'as constructed' data. Uniquely, ADAC is non-proprietary and is the original schema from which other proprietary 'as constructed' schemas were developed. ADAC was developed by industry for industry by a consortium of local governments who saw a need to reduce the time and costs involved with 'as constructed' data. The ADAC consortium also provides participants with the opportunity to further develop the schema including new attributes ensuring ADAC meets the ongoing needs of local government. Councils in surrounding areas further collaborate using the consortium to streamline processes across boundaries.
    For more information on the benefits of implementing ADAC, contact the IPWEAQ Director, Information & Resources by emailing Mark.Lamont@ipweaq.com or go to https://www.ipweaq.com/adac.


     



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    Craig Moss
    Director, Professional Services
    IPWEA (QLD) Division
    Craig.Moss@ipweaq.com
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  • 5.  RE: Works As Executed - Specifications / Industry Standards - Drainage Assets

    Posted 03-08-2021 16:45
    Hi Craig,
    Thanks for taking the time to respond. I have ADAC on the radar and will follow up further.

    Regards
    Dean

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    Dean McNatty
    Central Coast Council
    Team Leader - Drainage Assets
    Gosford
    Australia
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