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1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
Class 9b with class 4 (attached dwelling) building

Yes I do but not too much

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
Class 9b with class 4 (attached dwelling) building

Plus, you don't have to worry about who's trying to make money and who's not! If you don't know about my question, just don't comment

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
Class 9b with class 4 (attached dwelling) building

I have got reply from the Department of Mines, industry regulations and safety. They mentioned that I can be the OB of class 9b building as long as it is…

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
Class 9b with class 4 (attached dwelling) building

Read my post again mate. It's not a class 1a building. Sounds like you have no idea about class 4 buildings.
That's why I mentioned, before you comment on any…

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
Class 9b with class 4 (attached dwelling) building

Stop being sarcastic mate when you know nothing. It's better not to respond on all posts when you have zero knowledge:)

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
Class 9b with class 4 (attached dwelling) building

Hi,
I contacted building regulatory authority WA if I can be the owner builder of class 9b building and a class 4 (attached dwelling) in it. Their response was positive, but…

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
In situ concrete walls

Lol true. After all research, I concluded that you were very much right haha. You're a champ

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
In situ concrete walls

Hi,
Any rough estimates how much would in situ concrete walls cost me per m2 in perth?. I'm not after any complicated construction tbh. Just a rectangle house of 200 square…

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
New house on an old slab

Thanks mate. Do you also know the cheapest way to build walls? I'm too confused between 3 options; 1) ICF/zego walls 2) corrugated iron/colorbond cladding 3) ACC panels.
Option 1 doesn't…

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1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
New house on an old slab

Has anyone built a new house on slab of a demolished house? Is it allowed? What are the procedure to get approval if that's the case? How much roughly does…

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
Hebel panels

Oh ok, didn't know that. Do you live in Perth? I got these prices for Hebel panels, sound cheap. But you're right, they charge a lot to mount them. Wish…

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
Hebel panels

How much did Hebel panels (for exterior walls) cost yous? I mean in terms of per m2 cost. Does anyone know of any specific type of Hebel panel that doesn't…

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
What are/were your site costs in Perth?

How much did your site cost and how much was the area?
1) wafflepod or stiffened raft slab?
2) soil class?
3) sloping or flat site?
4) suburbs in perth?
5) what year?
Just for an…

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
Slab selection

Get/Pay for your geotech report, engineering/construction details, compliance, certification, breakdown costs,etc
and post... LOL, you cant have your double brick and eat your waffle too.
You need to do your home work…

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
Slab selection

Thanks for your suggestions mate, the more I ask the more I learn lol. It takes time to learn, I'm just a baby. I'll start my project in 2 years,…

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
Slab selection

True, I was thinking of going with icf construction method, which is why I thought i should go with WP slabs. But if WP cost $50/m3 compared to $25/m3, then…

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1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
Slab selection

Makes sense. Thanks heaps for the advice mate. I thought that they don't make wafflepod slabs at all in some cities where there are strong winds and in cyclone-prone areas.…

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
Slab selection

Thanks for the comment.

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
Slab selection

After the geotech's report (let's say if the soil is M or S), are we able to CHOOSE between a conventional slab and wafflepod slab? How much is the difference…

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
Wafflepod slabs and IFC cladding

Oh yes, for sure. I will have to do lots of research! That's why I keep asking on diff forums. But thanks for your guidance though.

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
Wafflepod slabs and IFC cladding

A consultant engineer doesnr charge $50,000. They charge some $150/hr.

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
Wafflepod slabs and IFC cladding

I can owner builder it in WA. The rule is; you can be an owner builder of a commercial building if it is 300 square meters or smaller. My plan…

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
Wafflepod slabs and IFC cladding

What do you mean by consultants? I mean are these builders?

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
Wafflepod slabs and IFC cladding

After the geotech's report (let's say if the soil is M or S), are we able to CHOOSE between a conventional slab and wafflepod slab? How much is the difference…

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
Class 9b-- a commercial building?

Is class 9b building considered a commercial building? I was filling form 75 to become an OB of childcare centre (in Western Australia), it says that an OB can build…

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
OB in perth- steel type and cost for a class 3 building

Yes, they will be on separate properties

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
OB in perth- steel type and cost for a class 3 building

It will be on 2 separate lots, separate properties

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
OB in perth- steel type and cost for a class 3 building

The 1500 sq metres land is in my name and it has R15 zoning. I have plans to split it into two and put the second piece on my wife's…

1 year1 yearRafayRafay posted:
OB in perth- steel type and cost for a class 3 building

My wife and I are going to be OBs separately for 2 buildings (class 1a and class 3-since an OB can make a small commercial building of size, not exceeding…

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