4.1 You have been appointed the Principal Designer for the project under the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2015, and are asked to help the Client in collecting together all the pre-construction information required
For this component you are required to:
4.1 You have been appointed the Principal Designer for the project under the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2015, and are asked to help the Client in collecting together all the pre-construction information required in order to appoint a suitable Principle Contractor following a successful tender process.
You should use Appendix 2 of L153: Managing health & safety in construction (HSE publication) to consider what information should be included to the Principal Contractor. You are expected to consider both existing information regarding the site, and information that will have been developed from your previous three calculations. You are expected to make some assumptions about the site and the development in order to support your answer.
4.2 On a copy of the plan, indicate the location of the temporary site facilities. Produce and label a sketch layout of the components of these facilities necessary to satisfy office accommodation, welfare facilities, site security, health and safety, traffic management and any other features considered necessary. All aspects need to be shown and this needs to be linked to the construction sequence. You are encouraged to use Schedule 2 of L153 to help in understanding what needs to be provided as a minimum.
4.3 For this specific development, Produce an Environmental risk assessment identifying significant aspects and impacts that are likely during the construction phase. You should use a suitable scoring system to rank these risks, and identify any mitigation measures. You should consider, as a minimum:
• Air • Contaminated land
• Flora – Trees & Hedgerows • Finite resource
• Ground • Noise & vibration
• Material use • Water ecology – general
• Archaeology • Fuel storage
• Energy Use • Nuisance
• Indirect • Wildlife
4.4 Prepare, in accordance with the Civil Engineering Standard Method of Measurement (CESMM4), taking off and a Bill of Quantities for all Class R aspects of the proposed development.
100% Plagiarism Free & Custom Written,
Tailored to your instructions