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Natural And Artificial Lighting Project Based Assessment

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Added on: 2022-11-17 05:51:13
Order Code: 476611(5)
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  1. “Nufarm Warehouse Office” is to build a new Distribution Warehouse Office. The client has asked you as the Project Manager to assess the usage of natural lighting and:

  • Determine if the current design meets the BCA/NCC requirements for “Artificial Lighting”

  • Assess if the need for artificial lighting can be reduced.

  • Recommend how daylight transmission could be maximized

Research and quote the BCA/NCC requirements for natural and artificial lighting.

2.

Review the usage of natural lighting and determine if the office area meets the BCA/NCC requirement. Fill in the excel spread sheet located in your resources titled “Nufarm Natural Light Calculator” and submit this as a part of your assessment.

3.With reference to “Nufarm Natural Light Calculator”, state your findings and determine if it a “pass” or “fail”. Ensure that your answer refers to the BCA/NCC requirements, percentages reached, what rooms or areas passed or did not pass.

4.

If “Nufarm Warehouse Office” vacated, and a permit was given to a “Primary School” (Class 9b), with no changes made to the building, would the building meet NCC/BCA “Natural Lighting” criteria?

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