Material research report

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PRODUCT ASSESSMENT TASK
Task Number 2 of 2 Task Name Materials Research Report
National unit/s code
VU22464
National unit/s title Select Construction
materials for Building
Projects
National qualification code
22477VIC
National qualification title Advanced Diploma
Building Design
(Architectural)
RMIT Program code
C6161
RMIT Course code
ARCH5224
Section B – Assessment Information
Assessment duration and/or due date
Assessment issued in week 5, and
due as per shedule
Task instructions
Type of Product
☐ Project
 Report ☐ Portfolio
 Case study
Summary and Purpose of Assessment
This project is one of two assessment tasks you need to complete satisfactorily, in order to be deemed competent for
this unit. Completing this project allows you to demonstrate your knowledge of materials in used in construction
projects.
Australia is a growing country. To keep up with the housing demand, there are many housing estates being
established at a quick rate. Many of you will find yourselves working with bulk builders, the methodology behind
the bulk builder industry is the flexible variation to the building facade and the selected materials. Creating an
opportunity for individual outcomes for the client..
Many different materials are required to build the many different designs that are being offered by companies,
like Porter Davis homes and G.J. Gardner homes etc. Attached are some details of a G.J. Gardner Home. You are
to research the home and the material options that are used during a new home build, there are 6 different
facades for you to select from. You are to detail your selected façade of the beachlands home design. NOTE: – Your
report is based on the Beachlands house design (assume a coastal environmental location) you should
give alternative material ideas to their current material usage if appropriate, supporting your ideas with Quality
Assurance, you need to cover all material suggestions detailed below.
https://www.gjgardner.com.au/home-designs/beachlands-270/

  1. What does the term Low embodied energy mean to the building industry (200 min)
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  2. Before you begin choosing your materials you are to provide a short explanation in your own words of each
    of the materials below. You are to look at the
    • manufacturing process,
    • the Properties and Characteristics
    • the application of each material.
    • Ensure you provide a supplier and what Australian Standards the products are required to meet.
    This will form a useful reference for you when selecting materials (700 Words min.) Your goal is to ensure
    you have a reference for future use for each material.
    a. Cement (types)
    b. Bricks and pavers
    c. Adhesive and sealants
    d. Admixtures
    e. Sandwich panels
    f. Concrete cast in situ
    g. Fire rated protective coatings
    h. Glass
    i. Metals
    j. Mortars
    k. Plaster and plasterboard
    l. Plastics
    m. Ceramic tiles
    n. Pre-cast structural concrete components
    o. Sandstone
    p. Terracotta and concrete roof tiles
    q. Timber products
    r. Engineered timber products
  3. What is the meaning of the follow sustainable practices.? (300 Words min)
    a. Recyclability, materials in future use.
    b. Locally sourced produced products
    c. Low in volatile organic compounds
    d. Maintenance of materials
    e. Raw materials sourced with minimal impact
  4. Analyse and document the processes and methodology in which the materials that are selected for: (250
    words) Consider:
    • the cost
    • durability and
    • availability and
    • aesthetics of the home. of the
    a) Substructure
    b) Coatings or finishes
    c) Visual effects (Aesthetics)
    d) Interior finishes
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  5. Explain each individual element and detail the need to cover the following when building a house (200
    words)
    a. Thermal and acoustic characteristics
    i. Sound transmissions
    ii. Thermal expansion
    iii. Thermal resistance (R and U values)
    b. Durability
    c. Structural integrity
    d. Fire Resistance insulation (relevant to BCA)
    e. Expansion joints
    6.
    Defects are an important consideration in any build– what are the processes that they need to adhere to
    for short- and long-term degradation of materials according to appropriate standards: (200 words)
    a. Timber preservation in relation to location and environment -A range of timber species and
    Protective treatments identified.
    b. Metals (including plumbing) in relation to location and environment –
  6. Quality assurance is an important part to any build. As the building designer, you are required to source to
    your material selections. Provide a Statement outlining key points and examples you would need consider by
    referencing (https://www.spec-net.com.au/ &https://www.architectureanddesign.com.au/suppliers/infolink
    ) (of material choices as listed in your case study house of 3 materials used and the technical specification
    provided. 50 words)
  7. Detail what consideration a building designer must apply to the level of risk in relation to WHS/OHS for
    appropriate selection of construction materials. (Refer to PowerPoint provided)
    Consider construction material storage on site, quality control, handling of materials, site access and explain
    how transportation (road transport) could create a risk (think about a new housing estate, and what a
    builder would need to consider when building a new home and getting deliveries).(200 words).
  8. What innovative (new and emerging materials) ideas could you add to the build of a new home? (200
    Words)
  9. Provide two example data sheets provided by manufacturer, one for an internal material and one for an
    external finish product used in the construction of Beachlands house and analyse suitability for a residential
    project. Identify any precautions that may be required.
  10. Explain the design principles that were applied to your Beachlands house in terms of: e.g. 6 star rating
    • Selection of materials for Durability and sustainability
    • Life cycle performance
    • Environmental impact issues assuming a coastal location for the Beachlands house.
    • R and U value requirements
    (200 words)
  11. Give two alternative material selections to those used on the Beachlands house (one external material and
    one interior finish. Explain the differences between the materials and support your selection with your
    rationale. Provide your research to support your alternative proposal, including product information and
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    specification along with a sample gained directly from contact with the supplier agency for the comparison
    analysis. (250 words)
  12. Question 13 deleted due to Canara-19 issues.
    Where
    You will be provided some class time to discuss this assessment, however, it is expected that the majority of this
    assessment will be completed outside of class. A discussion board will be set up on Canvas for you to have discussion
    time with your class and teacher.
    How
    You will be assessed against the criteria listed in the marking guide in Section C of this task. To achieve a satisfactory
    result, you will need to address all criteria satisfactorily.
    Instructions on submitting your Product Assessment
    You must submit a report based on the questions and criteria outlined above.
    You will submit the report as a PDF Document through the Canvas shell for this course by the due date. You
    are to ensure your work is accompanied by a RMIT VE Cover page
    A clear concise and appropriately written report, with clear headings conforming to word count given with
    the task questions (an example report template has been provided
    The report will be made up of
    a. RMIT VE Cover sheet
    b. Cover Page
    d. Introduction
    e. Body (covering all 12 questions, including drawings and visualisations)
    f. Findings and Recommendations
    g. Conclusion
    h. Reference List
    Students are to complete their own individual report in PDF format submitted to Canvas using the correct
    naming convention and path as follows:
    LOCATION PDF file to be submitted to Canvas
    NAME FORMAT: LastName_FirstName_AT1 eg.Smith_Bill_Group A
    Conditions for assessment
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    This is an individual task. However, you will have opportunities to discuss the case study in a discussion board
    through Canvas environment, with your tutor and colleagues. You are required to reference your report to the
    provided case study. It is expected that you complete further research, so that you can give an informed opinion, on
    the following task requirements You will be assessed against the criteria listed in the marking guide in Section C of
    this task. To achieve a satisfactory result, you will need to address all criteria satisfactorily.
    You must submit all assessment evidence as instructed. Your assessor will assess the documentation you provide.
    • You must complete the task within the maximum allowed duration
    • Please make arrangements with your assessor at least one week prior to the assessment due date if you feel
    you require special allowance or allowable adjustment to this task
    • Provide information to the student on how to submit their product including how to name the Canvas Shell
    as directed by teacher
    • You will have the opportunity to resubmit any product deemed uns atisfactory (Due to the time dedicated to
    this project there is no expectation of resubmits.).
    • If the product assessment is a group-based activity each student will be assessed individually against all
    assessment criteria
    • You will be assessed as satisfactory or not satisfactory
    • You can appeal the assessment decision according to the RMIT Assessment Processes.
    Equipment/resources students must supply (if
    applicable):
    Equipment/resources to be provided by RMIT or the
    workplace (if applicable):
    Add equipment/resources here e.g.
    • Computer and relevant software.
    • USB for backup of files and report.
    • Relevant texts
    • Access to internet
    • Note pad and pen for technical notes
    Add equipment/resources here
    • Onsite computer and internet access
    • Data projector for presentation
    • Course notes including powerpoints and
    additional references and reading will be
    available through the course canvas site.
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    Section C – Marking Guide
    Student Name
    Student ID
    Date
    Task Number 2 of 2 Task Name Materials Research Report
    National unit/s code
    VU22464
    National unit/s title Select Construction materials
    for Building Projects
    National qualification code 22477VIC National qualification title Advanced Diploma Building
    Design (Architectural)
    RMIT Program code
    C6161
    RMIT Course code
    ARCH5224
    TASK:
    Describe the product to be
    assessed
    This is a research report that requires you to demonstrate your understanding on
    selecting materials for building projects. You need to ensure that you have met all the
    questions requirements and you will marked against the following criteria.
    Criteria for assessment
    It is recommended that for product
    assessments you divide your criteria into
    key sections and under each section
    clearly describe the criteria students
    must demonstrate
    Satisfactory Not
    Satisfactory
    Marking Guide
    Minimum requirements to be met:
  13. Low Embodied Energy in
    the building industry Clear description of industries responsibility to
    sustainability
  14. Demonstrates knowledge
    and use of different
    construction materials
    including compatibility of
    products and
    manufacturing process
    and tolerances for the
    following materials **(min
    6 based on your case
    study house)
    ☐ ☐ The student should clearly reference the relevant
    legislation and/ or standard
    http://yourhome.gov.au/materials/construction-systems
    2.1. Cement
    ☐ ☐
    Minimum 2 examples Types with properties,
    manufacturing process and appropriate standard listed
    2.2. Bricks and/or pavers ☐ ☐ Type, Properties, and appropriate installation
    techniques and methods
    2.3. Adhesive and sealants
    ☐ ☐
    Minimum 2 examples of application and structural
    properties and appropriate standard listed

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Criteria for assessment
It is recommended that for product
assessments you divide your criteria into
key sections and under each section
clearly describe the criteria students
must demonstrate
Satisfactory Not
Satisfactory
Marking Guide
Minimum requirements to be met:
2.4. admixtures
☐ ☐ Minimum 2 examples Types with properties,
manufacturing process and appropriate standard listed
2.5. Sandwich panels ☐ ☐ Minimum 2 examples Types with properties,
manufacturing process and appropriate standard listed
2.6. Concrete cast in situ
☐ ☐ Minimum 2 examples Types with properties,
manufacturing process and appropriate standard listed
2.7. Fire rated protective
coatings ☐ ☐
Minimum 2 examples Types with properties,
manufacturing process and appropriate standard listed
2.8. Glass
☐ ☐ Minimum 2 examples Types with properties,
manufacturing process and appropriate standard listed
2.9. Metals
☐ ☐ Minimum 2 examples Types with properties,
manufacturing process and appropriate standard listed
2.10. Mortars
☐ ☐ Minimum 2 examples Types with properties,
manufacturing process and appropriate standard listed
2.11. Plaster and
plasterboard ☐ ☐
Minimum 2 examples Types with properties,
manufacturing process and appropriate standard listed
2.12. Plastics
☐ ☐ Minimum 2 examples Types with properties,
manufacturing process and appropriate standard listed
2.13. Ceramic tiles
☐ ☐ Minimum 2 examples Types with properties,
manufacturing process and appropriate standard listed
2.14. Pre-cast structural
concrete components ☐ ☐
Minimum 2 examples Types with properties,
manufacturing process and appropriate standard listed
2.15. Sandstone
☐ ☐ Minimum 2 examples Types with properties,
manufacturing process and appropriate standard listed
2.16. Terracotta and
concrete roof tiles ☐ ☐
Minimum 2 examples Types with properties,
manufacturing process and appropriate standard listed
2.17. Timber and timber
products ☐ ☐
Minimum 2 examples Types with properties,
manufacturing process and appropriate standard listed
2.18. Engineered timber
products (MDF,
chipboard, Tilt-up Panel)

☐ Minimum 2 examples Types with properties,
manufacturing process and appropriate standard listed

  1. Sustainable practices
    for new Home Build
    ☐ ☐ 3.1 Has the purpose and necessity of material
    selections been identified for what is a sustainable
    practice
    ☐ ☐ 3.2 Has a minimum of 4 sustainable methodologies
    (as Listed in 3 (a – g)They have been discussed in
    relation to either cost durability availability and
    aesthetics.
    ☐ ☐ Accessing local materials for a build, availability, cost
    and effectiveness. Including the practical application of
    the chosen materials. The material tolerances are
    also paramount in the final material decision, as these
    determine if the build is successful or not. Along with
    any possible defects of the products being used.
    Timber degrades and has a termite problem, steel if
    the wrong type of steel is chosen then the structure
    would not be sound.

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  1. Processes and
    methodology in which
    ☐ ☐ Includes relevant process and methodology for:
    a. Substructure
    b. Coatings or finishes
    Criteria for assessment
    It is recommended that for product
    assessments you divide your criteria into
    key sections and under each section
    clearly describe the criteria students
    must demonstrate
    Satisfactory Not
    Satisfactory
    Marking Guide
    Minimum requirements to be met:
    materials are used for: c. Visual effects (Aesthetics)
    d. Interior finishes
  2. 5.a Described the thermal
    requirements and
    detailed where they
    should be used.
    ☐ ☐ Mass can only contribute to thermal performance
    when it is exposed internally and insulated externally.
    When used this way as thermal mass, it can even out
    diurnal ranges by retaining or shedding heat. Diurnal
    variations greater than 6°C and access to passive
    heating and cooling are required for this. Where they
    are not accessible, low mass usually performs better.
    5.b &c Materials that are
    being used have been
    researched and analysed
    for durability and
    structural integrity in line
    with relevant legislations
    ☐ ☐ Structural integrity is an important part of any build. It
    needs to be considered as it is part of the safe building
    design. You also need to consider what materials are
    used in the process, so timber, concrete and steel.
    Sustainability, cost, availability, durability aesthetics.
    5.d Fire resistance of
    materials is clearly
    documented
    ☐ ☐ Describes the appropriate insulation used and how
    they apply fire resistance materials to the home and
    aligned these to the appropriate standard.
    5.e Expansion joints ☐ ☐ Describe purpose and location in brickwork.
  3. Identified the possible
    defects of the listed
    materials and provide
    relevant legislation to
    prevent the defects.
    a. Timber preservation
    b. Metals
    ☐ ☐ Timber: Identified possible defects caused by
    environment and termites and the
    degradation/outcomes if not addressed and/or treated
    properly
    Identified & quoted correct sections of standards
  4. minimum of 3. timber species
  5. minimum 3 protective treatments
    ☐ ☐ Metals: Compatibility of selected metals in relation to
    (1 for each)
    • Chemical reaction
    • In relationship to other materials (ie. glass, other
    metal).
    • Type of steel chosen for its location specifically
    related to plumbing
    Appropriate standards identified for each example.
  6. Confirming Quality
    assurance of Materials
    ☐ ☐ Reference made relevant Australian standards and
    Manufacturer details for 3 materials in case study
    house
  7. WHS/OHS for the
    construction is
    considered and aligned to
    the appropriate
    standards.
    ☐ ☐ Statement has discussed the considerations they
    would make in relation WHS/OHS. Should include as a
    minimum reference to construction site
    (location/Access), material size, storage on site,
    quality control, handling of materials on site, additional
    preparation of materials on site access and
    transportation

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  1. Explore and define
    Innovative ideas
    ☐ ☐ At least 2 innovative ideas or options are presented,
    and purpose is discussed in relation to the case study
    home
    10 Attaches technical notes
    for meetings with
    colleagues
    11 Design principles
    applicable to the
    Beachlands house in
    terms of:
    • Selection of materials
    for Durability and
    • sustainability
    • Environmental impact
    issues assuming a
    • coastal location for
    the Beachlands
    house.
    • R and U value
    requirements
    • o New & emerging
    materials
    12 Give two alternative
    material selections to
    those used
    on the Beachlands house
    (one external material
    and one interior finish.
    Explain the differences
    between the materials
    and support your
    selection with your
    rationale. Provide your
    research to support your
    alternative proposal,
    including product
    information and
    specification along with a
    sample gained directly
    from manufacturer
    13 NA
    Section D – Feedback to Student
    Has the student successfully completed this assessment task
    Yes No
    Feedback to the student

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Student signature
Assessor name and
signature
Date
Case study below material is Copyright to GJ Gardiner Homes and used for educational purpose only and not for any
commercial intent or reproduction. Reference:

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Detailed inclusions in house build

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  • Nominal height 2440mm
  • Roof Access Manhole: 600mm x 600mm white melamine cover
    Garage
  • Floor Part of “H1” Class Foundation with step down from
    floor height as per plans
  • Ceilings Boral 10mm Unispan plasterboard with metal battens
  • Walls Brick veneer lined with 10mm plasterboard where
    indicated
  • Garage door B&D door with auto lift & remote
  • External access door Corinthian flush panel fitted with Lane entry set
    (where applicable)
  • Internal access door Corinthian redicote flush panel with Lane Caletta set
  • Windows Dowell sliding windows
    Internal Linings
  • Walls
    10mm plasterboard with 10mm water resistant board
    to wet areas
  • Ceilings 10mm plasterboard with metal battens to ceilings
  • Architraves
    66mm high X 18mm thick pre primed pine from
    builders range
  • Skirtings 66mm high X 18mm thick pre primed pine from
    builders range
  • Cornice 75mm cove profile
    Insulation
  • Ceilings R5.0 ceiling batts (excluding garage)
  • External walls R2.0 Wall batts (excluding garage external walls) with
    Titantuff wall wrap
  • Internal Garage walls R2.0 wall batts
    Windows
  • Windows Dowell sliding windows
  • Sliding Doors Dowell sliding doors including fly doors
  • Keylocks To all Windows & Sliding doors
  • Flyscreens Aluminium mesh to all opening window sections
    External Cladding & Lining
  • Brick veneer Austral bricks from Builders Express brick range with
    natural mortar joints
  • Eaves 450mm as per plans 4.5mm cement sheet (painted)
    Floor & Skirting Tiles
  • Wet areas Bathroom, Laundry, WC and Ensuite
    Note: Skirting tiles are to match floor tiles 100mm high
  • Tiles Builders Express range
    Wall Tiling
  • Bathroom & Ensuite
    Shower wall tiles to 2000mm high, 400mm above
    bath tub and 200mm above vanity

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  • Laundry Splashback to 600mm above trough only
  • Kitchen Splashback to 600mm/650mm high above benches
  • Tiles Builders Express range
    Doors
  • Front door
    Corinthian PMAD 104 Entrance Door pre primed paint
    finish with clear safety glass & weather strip
  • Sidelight Clear safety glass (where applicable)
    Door Furniture
  • Front door Lane Caletta Entrance set
  • Internal doors
    Lane Caletta Passage set to all internal hinged
    doors, Dummy to cupboards, Privacy set to
    bathroom, ensuite, WC
  • Internal garage door & other external doors Lane Caletta Entrance set
  • Handles Kitchen and vanity cupboard door handles are from
    the builders range
    Hot Water Service
  • Hot water service
    Rinnai Sunmaster 215L Solar/ Gas HWS with 30
    evacuated tubes & 20L boost
    Storage
  • Broom
    Corinthian redicote flush panel with one fixed
    white melamine shelf and chrome hanging rail (where
    applicable)
  • Linen
    Corinthian redicote flush panel door with four white
    melamine shelves
  • Wardrobes
    Corinthian redicote flush panel hinged doors with one
    fixed white melamine shelf, chrome hanging
    rail
    Bathroom/Ensuite/WC/Powder Room
  • Vanity Units
    Made to measure units with Laminex square bench tops
    with
    Square edge laminate doors, soft close hinges and
    Laminate Kickboard
  • Mirrors Polished edge mirror above vanity (900mm high x
    length of vanity)
  • WC Posh Dominique close coupled toilet suite
  • Basin & taps Kado Arc vanity basement with Mizu Bliss basin mixer
  • Bath & taps Base acrylic bath with Mizu Drift 200mm wall bath outlet
  • Shower base In situ tiled shower bases to shower
  • Shower Screens Framed Aluminum 1850mm high with pivot door
  • Shower taps
    Base All directional shower outlet and arm with base
    shower mixer
  • Soap holders Mizu Drift soap dish
  • Towel rails Mizu Drift 700mm double towel rail
  • Toilet roll holders Mizu Drift straight toilet roll holder
  • Internal doors Corinthianredicoteflushpanelinternaldoorsincludingdoor
    stops

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Laundry

  • Wash trough Base laundry trough and cabinet
  • Tap ware Posh MKII laundry sink mixer in chrome
    Kitchen
  • Cupboards
    Fully laminated kitchen cabinets including
    Formtop benchtops & overhead cupboards.
    Set of 4 drawers to kitchen cabinets. Soft close
    doors & drawers
  • Pantry Hinged Corinthian redicote flush panel door with four
    white melamine shelves
  • Rangehood Chef CS602S 600mm Stainless Steel Canopy
    Rangehood
  • Cook top Westinghouse WHG643SA 600mm Stainless steel gas
    cook top
  • Oven Westinghouse WVE613S 600mm Stainless steel
    electric fan forced oven
  • Dishwasher Electrical and plumbing provisions for dishwasher only
  • Sink Blanco Dinas 1.75 sink
  • Taps Posh Solus Mk2 sink mixer
  • Drawers One set of 4 drawers to Kitchen with soft close draw
    runners
    ASSESSO
    R

Paint Finish – 3 Coat Paint System

  • Ceilings Fully painted with quality Haymes 3 coat paint system
  • Walls
    Fully painted with quality Haymes 3 coat paint system
    from builders range of colours (one wall colour
    throughout)
  • Skirtings/Architraves & Doors Haymes Semi Gloss enamel
  • External painting (where applicable) Haymes Low sheen solar shield
    Electrical
  • Power points 1 Double Power Point Per Room & 3 to Kitchen
  • Internal lights 1 standard light point per room
  • External light 2 standard Light Points
  • Smoke Detectors (as per regulations) •
  • Exhaust fans to bathroom and ensuite (sealed/self closing) •
  • TV points 1
  • Phone point 2
  • Two way light switch 1

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