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2 d2 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Wincrest are threatening to sue for defamation

SejaeD
Contact your local member for parliament
It's just not right that there are calls for investigations and a royal commission into High rise…

2 d2 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Front door replacement - Perth (sorry long post)

Hi Karen_0404
Welcome to the forum
It is easy to modify a solid Door
BTW Photos Help
Cheers

2 d2 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Choosing Insulated Concrete Foam (ICF) vendor

Do you think the Battlers & Punters prioritise Thermal & Sound Insulation above Fire Safety?
Then Read This
"A Frankston South apartment block covered in flammable cladding is such a fire…

3 d3 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Builder’s warranty and modifications.

I suggest you also check whats been built with the contract engineering Documentation for onsite variations that aren't documented
If it's been varied and is structurally non compliant your warranty has…

3 d3 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Blistering in exterior paint work

Ok, Thanks
Here the screen shot from what I am seeing and it works, I am wondering if it's an issue with Homeone

Blistering in exterior paint work
4 d4 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Blistering in exterior paint work

It sounds like a problem with your computer software, browser, java script, whatever?
If you have a mobile device/phone that plays You tube videos
Then watch this on your phone and update…

4 d4 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Contract Inspection - New Build

No, This is not a recommended practice
Wait till all contract documents which include Geotech Report, Engineering Drawings & Notes are available & have been reviewed
Cheers

4 d4 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Blistering in exterior paint work

This video is probably a little more informative regarding tool uses, please post back once you have determined whats within the wall, pity your painter didn't have one?
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Cheers

4 d4 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Blistering in exterior paint work

Thanks for the photos
The problem appears to be within the wall
Do you have Bathrooms or wet areas nearby inside the house are there water pipes within the wall?
Along with Photos/images…

4 d4 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
KDR - New Choice Homes Custom design - Perth, WA

I hope you took more close up photos of the slab?
Worth noting....I can't see re-entrant bars on the garage/entry corner?
Thanks for sharing

4 d4 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Blistering in exterior paint work

The photos indicate the moisture is on the inside of the wall
Blistering is occurring at the nails and corners are they adjacent to openings ie windows? hth

5 d5 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Building Costs - Your experience

Which Australian Standards & Codes refer to Yards, feet,inches, psi, etc ?

5 d5 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Blistering in exterior paint work

I concur, but people make non-critical mistakes such as not checking the flashings & Moisture barriers, and it's too late now
The painters off the hook. Contact the painters registration Board

5 d5 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Blistering in exterior paint work

I suggest you get a moisture meter and check the
Ideally 10-15%. Goodluck

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7 d7 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Survey Peg removed

Ouch!
Good luck trying to recoup the costs

7 d7 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Building costs - your experience

@@rkae
Start with your design, own copyright and know whats involved in your build
Engineering & Construction BIM Software should be able to break building components down and help visualise the…

7 d7 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Outdoor Kitchen & Glass Balcony

Hi esanto1
I would pick a BBQ on wheels that could be moved away from potentially troublesome Building Materials
Such as Glass, SIP…

8 d8 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Choosing Insulated Concrete Foam (ICF) vendor

Apart from experience you are also required to have Australian Qualifications & Certification

8 d8 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Building Costs - Your experience

Nor is that data in SI Units eg, m,m2 m3
So that data basically, becomes irrelevant for Australians Building

8 d8 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Survey Peg removed

Hi AlmaHome
Welcome to the forum BTW, Photos help, You should have the original survey with all the relevant Information ie length &…

10 d10 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
New home build - Custom Design WA

Great, I suggest you get the revised Engineering Details, OT, Photos only take you so far in disputes

10 d10 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Thoughts on this slab?

Resolute88
Check your Engineering Detail for Slab Step down
I hope you took Photos before the concrete Placement
Building Inspectors have no authority to check…

10 d10 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Slab design not supplied.

Considering all the issues Battlers & Punters are having with Concrete, Structural Engineering, Fire Proof Cladding,etc,etc all in the news recently
Owners need to be proactive. Contact your Council and…

11 d11 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Property Solicitor: worth it?

Welcome back & Thanks for the kind words
Has it already been subdivided? and you wish to subdivide/ rezone it further at a later date?
In any case you should put in…

11 d11 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Property Solicitor: worth it?

I also recommend a Detail soil report and preliminary engineering estimates.
The ROI is low at the moment, so you need to buy at the right price.
Cheers

12 d12 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
New home build - Custom Design WA

And I am Glad you took photos!
Yes they are exposed Tie Rods
Furthermore, it is a major durability problem if you are in a coastal environment

12 d12 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
New home build - Custom Design WA

300 centre Tie bars are structural and return/bend into the slab.
I do agree with "Builders will ALWAYS say that there's nothing wrong, by default. That's just the company policy at…

12 d12 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
New home build - Custom Design WA

I suggest you have those tie bars checked
Unfortunately, parging is not an alternate solution for lack of concrete cover

12 d12 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
New home build - Custom Design WA

No, It's not structurally acceptable, incorrectly placed Rebar is a Major Problem
I suggest you check the engineering Drawing/Notes under concrete cover of reinforcement bars
and have all the structural elements of…

13 d13 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
Suspended concrete slab on top floor of office building.

It's factored Dead Loads plus Live loads refer to the codes,0.285KPa?
If you want more accurate coupled results then use 3D BIM simulations

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