Block Plan and Analysis

The property has Burney Street to its west, Barkly Avenue to its South, Adam Street to its East and West Street to its North.

Towards the North, the boundary of the property facing the West Street, in the front end are the car parking lot and the garages. However, towards the East of the property facing North to the West Street is the single storey Weather Board Building.

After the car parking lots and the garages are the two main buildings apart from the Weather Board Building. The building in the western side of the premise is divided into 2 parts. This is a two storey building, where the western side is the Total internet rendered office and the eastern side of the building is a single dwelling occupancy.
The middle building of the premise also has 2 occupancies. On the western side is the Wind Water Office. On the eastern side is the Action Fire Services Office.
The southern wing of the Weather Board Building is two story brick factory. This building leads to the Barkly Avenue in its South. The occupants of this building are the Repertoire Furniture Design Showroom and Database Communication Offices.

On the southern front of all 3 buildings is the Barkly Avenue. On the western side of these 3 buildings are two adjoining buildings, one towards the North and the other towards the South. Of these 2 adjoining buildings, the one in the northern side facing the West Street is the Concrete Protection Red Brick Factory/Warehouse. Towards the south facing the Barkly Avenue is the Concrete Protection Showroom.

Budget

Concept design stage 5,000
Detailed design stage 6,000
Documentation 500
Contract administration 650
Subtotal 12, 150
GST 607.5
Total 12,757.50

Part 2 Ethical Positions
Professional/Ethical considerations

Principle 1

Obligations to the Public

To the public, this project has obligation in enhancing the letter and spirit of the laws that governs their professional affairs. The environmental and social impact will also be thoughtfully considered related to the professional activities.

Principle 2

Obligations to the Client

To the client, this project has obligation in carrying out the professional work competently, conscientiously, and faithfully, and the judgement will be exercised in relation to the relevant professional and technical standards.

Principle 3

Obligations to the Profession

To the profession, this project has obligation in upholding dignity and integrity of profession, and that would be maintained religiously in every circumstance by conducting themselves with the respect of legitimate interest and rights of the others.

Principle 4

Obligations to Colleagues

To the profession, this project has obligation in acknowledging and respecting the professional consideration and aspiration of their colleagues and what has been contributed by others to their works (Erwin, 2011).
Moral and Copyright Rights

The Copyright Act can be described as national legislation protecting and controlling creators rights and the copyright. The rights are given automatically by this Act over the artistic work created by every author. This project will be complying by the Copyright Act. The author may be a performer, artist, writer, or even a designer or an architect. Any design imagined by an architect must be deemed as that works author (Ronan, 2006). The provisions of the moral rights of the Act also have its application to the architect. This ensures legal right of the architect to receive acknowledgment of their designs original creator in the work. The legal penalties are there if the copyright of the creator is breached and as a author failure of respecting their moral rights (Thadeusz, 2010). The potentiality is also there for the court of awarding costs and damages against a person breaching the copyright of another person.

Individual/Professional Ethics

The architecture profession is a discipline that is unique and it combines the elements of law, commerce, science, and arts. This project has the dedication of advancing architecture through innovative and involved practice having the aim to raise the environment quality and subsequently the quality of life. This project seeks in the improvement of safety and health standards for the welfare and protection of all community members. The members of this project have the commitment towards themselves in attaining the architectural high standards and with the practice of it the general wellbeing is maintained and the commonly agreed values are upheld
Professional and competent performance

Aspiration to excellence
Social justice
Equality of opportunity
Ethical behavior (Brauer, 2013)
This project expects the architects to
Advancing and serving the public interest with the help of involving the civic activities appropriately as the professionals and citizens
Promoting environmental awareness along with appreciating urban design and architecture
Encouraging informed public debate on urban design and architectural issues
Enhancing, conserving, and respecting the cultural and natural environment
Maintaining and encouraging energy efficient development and design and the designs that are ecologically sustainable
Striving for the contribution to the development of architectural education, culture, and knowledge (Davis, 2002)

In their personal and professional lives, the Code of Conduct binds the architect in upholding the professional integrity and in ensuring that the community and client are well served and respected. The principles are established by the Code with which RAIA members have the requirement of confirmation (Davis, 2003). The ethical standards are defined by the Code in ensuring that the principles are upheld that addresses the obligation to the colleagues, profession, the client, and the public. If any of these standards are violated, the grounds are created for disciplinary action, and the consequences are provided in details in the RAIA Articles of Association, Article 83. The RAIAs Code of Professional Conduct has its application in all activities in relation to the component of architecture by its members. It has the intention of promoting the responsible and committed performance in architecture, in ensuring that acknowledgment is done by the profession and the responsibility is met by the public.

Part 3
Fee/Services Proposal/Engagement Letter
The letter
Dear Sir
We have provided the proposal the services and fees along with development and design of the proposed renovation and alteration of your house in Richmond.
The estimated cost and the scope of the work is provided below.

The deliverables and the outcomes of each stage of the proposed work are provided below.
Client design brief
The reason for the development of this project
To provide office premises for small building construction company.
Reason for choosing this site
The current buying price of this area is 727,500 and the rent per week is 425 (the price data is as of 1 March, 2019, and the rent data is as of 17 March, 2019). The average market demand of this property is 448 visits per property.
Coming into demographics, the Richmond peoples lifestyle include 16.3 percent, elderly singles 16.1 percent independent youth and 15.2 percent maturing and established independence. Thus, there is large proportion of established households that may show interest in buying another property or if they are on rent, they may try purchasing a property in Richmond that will enhance the propertys market demand.
Design development stage
The proposed work is situated at Richmond, Sydney, New South Wales. The proposed project comprise of approximately 60 m2 of alterations, the new external dining/entertainment area, and extensive renovation to the rest of the house as per the scope of the works below. The client budget of the works is TBC.
Contemplated design
Construction area maximum available on site
Accommodation to include
office space
reception/foyer Toilet facilities,
Male/Female/Disabled
Storage
Roof patio/barbeque area
Parking
Planning Zones amp overlays
Refer City of YarraPreliminary material selection
These buildings are energy efficient buildings and their requirements of materials have had their inclusion in the BCA, 2010 edition and under BCA, State/Territory legislation. For requirements of energy efficiency and sustainability standards, the EN (European Committee for Standardization) and ISO (the International Organization for Standardization) managed technical committees produced drafts, reports and Standards are adopted.
Heat pumps and hot water system connected solar panels

The solar panels will be connecting to the heat pumps and water systems that are applicable under RECS (Renewable Energy Certificates Schemes) of the Government of Australia. For the issuance of the certificates, there are requirements for manufacturers in certifying their solar panels with the requirements of the building.
The water supplies connected to the solar water heaters will be having the certifications of AS 3498-2009. This will provide the requirements of authorization for plumbing products such as water storage tanks and water heaters.

There will be use of solar panels with the inverters that will be manufactured and designed to the specified requirements in AS 4777.2 2005. The requirements for the inverters will be complied with in relation to the energy systems grid connection via inverters. The use of inverters with the grid protections devices will be subject to testing in accordance with defined requirements in AS 4777.3 2005. There will also be requirements of energy systems grid connection via inverters. There will also be installation of solar panels of all types which are the photovoltaic arrays PV arrays.

Stand Alone Solar Panels not connected to the Heat Pumps and Hot Water Systems

The solar panels not having connection with the heat pumping and hot water systems do not have any manufacturing Standards by Standards Australia. However, here have been many EN Standards and IEC Standards for the solar panels of these types.
Lighting products
The lighting products that will be used in this project have been listed underneath. The LED lights units and modules will be used for the outdoors and indoors. These lights will be tested in meeting the safety specifications.
Fluorescent Lamps
Fluorescent Lamps will be used for energy efficiency and will be meeting New Zealand and Australian Standards covered under AS/NZ 4782.
Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts
The fluorescent lamp ballasts will be used for energy efficiency and will be meeting New Zealand and Australian Standards covered under AS/NZS 4783.

Self-ballasted Lamps
The self ballasted Lamps will be used for energy efficiency and will be meeting New Zealand and Australian Standards covered under AS/NZS 4847.
Converters and Transformers for ELV (Extra Low Voltage) lamps
The Converters and Transformers will be used for energy efficiency and will be meeting New Zealand and Australian Standards covered under AS/NZS 4879. The energy lamps that are ELV will also be used and they will also be under AS/NZS 4879.
Incandescent Lamps
The Incandescent Lamps (halogen, tungsten and filament, tungsten) will be used for energy efficiency and will be meeting New Zealand and Australian Standards covered under AS/NZS 4934.
Water Heater
The Water Heater will be used for energy efficiency and will be meeting New Zealand and Australian Standards covered under AS/NZS 4234.
Thermal Insulating Materials
The Thermal Insulating Materials will be used to ceilings and insulate walls and will be meeting New Zealand and Australian Standards covered under AS/NZS 4859.1.
Electrical Wiring
The Low voltage electrical wiring will be used for energy efficiency and will be meeting New Zealand and Australian Standards covered under AS/NZS 3000.
Plumbing and Gas
The gas and plumbers fitters will be purchased complying with PLUMBING AND GAS SET-2005
Rainwater Tanks
The plumbers are required to be maintaining, installing, and approving under floor, underground and the above ground water tanks having location in the building.
Septic Tanks
The Septic Tanks will be used for energy efficiency and will be meeting New Zealand and Australian Standards covered under AS/NZS 1546.1 2008. .
Aerated Wastewater Treatment Systems
The Aerated Wastewater Treatment Systems will be used for energy efficiency and will be meeting New Zealand and Australian Standards covered under AS/NZS 1546.3 2008.
Waterproofing
The Waterproofing will be used for energy efficiency and will be meeting Australian Standards covered under AS 3740 2010.
Plastering
The Plastering will be used for energy efficiency and will be meeting New Zealand and Australian Standards covered under AS/NZS 2589 2007. .
Scaffolding
The Scaffolding will be used for energy efficiency and will be meeting New Zealand and Australian Standards covered under AS/NZS 1576.1 2010.
Documentation stage
The technical documents will be produced for construction, tendering, and building permit approval.
The documents would include

Working drawing that would include elevations, sections, plans, and wall sections needed for building permits
Expanded external and internal building details beyond of what the permits require
Coordination and selection of appliances, finishes, and internal fixtures
Internal fir-out details that shows tiling, cabinetry, and other details
Service plans that shows mechanical systems, telephone, security, switching, lighting, and power
Project specification that is custom written consisting of detailed description of workmanship and materials
There will also be requirement of additional documentation for accompanying an application for construction and tendering and for building permit. We can also assist with liaising, briefing, engagement with secondary consultants, although these are not included in our fees.

Secondary consultants may include
Energy rating report
Electrical and mechanical engineering project
Hydraulic engineering project
Certification and structural details
Capability assessment and/or soil classification
Levels/topographic survey
Contract administration stage
Tendering and assisting process and selecting the builders
Preparing for the signing of the contracts
Attending and arranging site visits in observing the sites progress
To the builders, issuing instructions and as required supplementary details are provided
Maintaining the cost variations records
Assessment of the progress claims of the builder for payments
Issuing completion certificates and preparing the defect list
Professional Fees

Our fee for this proposal is involved for contract administration and core building design as the percentage of, 5, of the budget proposed.
Concept design stage 5,000
Detailed design stage 6,000
Documentation 500
Contract administration 650
Subtotal 12, 150
GST 607.5
Total 12,757.50
Fee Payments

There will be invoicing of the stage payment at the beginning and at each work stages completion with the exception during the phase of Contract Administration that shall be subject to invoicing monthly in the phase on contract. All fees payment are due within a week of receipt or before the commencement of our services next stage.
For each stage, the condition of payment would be
50 proceed upon instruction
50 upon completion
We look forward to undertake the project and meaningful professional relationship.
We may also advice us on further information.
Thanking you
Yours faithfully

References

Brauer, C. (2013) Just Sustainability Sustainability and Social Justice in Professional Codes of Ethics for Engineers, Science amp Engineering Ethics, 19(3), 875-891.
Davis, M. (2003)What Can We Learn by Looking for the First Code of Professional Ethics, Theoretical Medicine, 24.5 (2003) 433-454.
Davis, M. (2002) Profession, Code, and Ethics, Burlington, VT Ashgate.Erwin, P. M. (2011) Corporate Codes of Conduct The Effects of Code Content and Quality on Ethical Performance,Journal of Business Ethics,994 (2011) 535-548.
Ronan, D. (2006)Rethinking copyright history, theory, language, Edward Elgar Publishing, p.13.
Thadeusz, F. (2010)No Copyright Law The Real Reason for Germanys Industrial Expansion, HYPERLINK https//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Der_Spiegel o Der Spiegel Der Spiegel.
 

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