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FAQS

01 How much does it cost?

This is the how long is a piece of string question. We first need to do an audit to determine a scope for the actual work required.his is the how long is a piece of string question. We first need to do an audit to determine a scope for zthe actual work required.This will include us looking at:

• Lease agreements per property
/ To determine space allocated and agreed to check versus actual on site
/ Lease terms to determine amount of changes to create scope and costing for management

• Available documentation
/ Existing as built CAD drawings and/or paper prints to determine where new drawings to be created
/ Architectural, structural, electrical, mechanical, fire, wet services, security and access control, data  reticulation, etc.
/ As built council approved drawings
/ As built occupation certificates /   As built compliance certificates

• Existing work processes, company management systems
• Management team resources

A solution will be offered based on the shortfall in documentation as well as the selected process to correct and further manage changes.

02 We did SAPOA measurements a few years ago. Why do we need to manage it:

The latest SAPOA method include remote common areas to be apportioned back to each tenant. Changes in space usage can change the areas on a property or a building level. SAPOA areas are being certified by a specialist creator and should only be certified if on accurate as built drawings and space use checked on site. In some cases areas are certified with a disclaimer stating information by others or not checked. If challenged these areas will not stand up in court which can cause claims against the landlord.

03 We are only adding a wall to a space or closing up a door. Do we need to submit plans for council approval and get compliance certificates?

Your approved plans must reflect the premises on site. This must be supported by compliance certificates and an occupancy certificate for the property in general and each tenant space as this is usually done as part of a leasing process. Small changes can impact greater compliance regulations i.e. adding walls can change fire escape routes or change light levels or change fresh air supply to premises which will cause these areas to be non-compliant.

04 We have consultants who do it as part of each project. Why do we need to do this?

You need standardised processes and a central sharing platform as statutory compliance is being done by a professional team that need to work of the same base drawing and version of this drawing to prevent abortive work and manage changes through the project process. The landlord should be the owner of these document to prevent having to re-create documents if a relationship with a service provider ends or with each new project.

01 How much does it cost?

This is the how long is a piece of string question. We first need to do an audit to determine a scope for the actual work required.his is the how long is a piece of string question. We first need to do an audit to determine a scope for zthe actual work required.This will include us looking at:

• Lease agreements per property
/ To determine space allocated and agreed to check versus actual on site
/ Lease terms to determine amount of changes to create scope and costing for management

• Available documentation
/ Existing as built CAD drawings and/or paper prints to determine where new drawings to be created
/ Architectural, structural, electrical, mechanical, fire, wet services, security and access control, data  reticulation, etc.
/ As built council approved drawings
/ As built occupation certificates /   As built compliance certificates

• Existing work processes, company management systems
• Management team resources

A solution will be offered based on the shortfall in documentation as well as the selected process to correct and further manage changes.

02 We did SAPOA measurements a few years ago. Why do we need to manage it:

The latest SAPOA method include remote common areas to be apportioned back to each tenant. Changes in space usage can change the areas on a property or a building level. SAPOA areas are being certified by a specialist creator and should only be certified if on accurate as built drawings and space use checked on site. In some cases areas are certified with a disclaimer stating information by others or not checked. If challenged these areas will not stand up in court which can cause claims against the landlord.

03 We are only adding a wall to a space or closing up a door. Do we need to submit plans for council approval and get compliance certificates?

Your approved plans must reflect the premises on site. This must be supported by compliance certificates and an occupancy certificate for the property in general and each tenant space as this is usually done as part of a leasing process. Small changes can impact greater compliance regulations i.e. adding walls can change fire escape routes or change light levels or change fresh air supply to premises which will cause these areas to be non-compliant.

04 We have consultants who do it as part of each project. Why do we need to do this?

You need standardised processes and a central sharing platform as statutory compliance is being done by a professional team that need to work of the same base drawing and version of this drawing to prevent abortive work and manage changes through the project process. The landlord should be the owner of these document to prevent having to re-create documents if a relationship with a service provider ends or with each new project.