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Item Description

Allotment Drainage

  • A) Concrete catch drains have been visually inspected and are satisfactory

  • Clear of all silt debris

  • No damage or cracking

  • Overland flow path profile maintained

  • B) Interallotment drainage structure satisfactory

Storm water Drainage System

  • A) Pipe work has been visually inspected & is satisfactory

  • Free of debris & siltation

  • Pipe joints satisfactory with no deflection or movement

  • No visual sign of tench subsidence

  • No exposed reinforcing steel to cut pipe ends

  • B) Pits & manholes have been visually inspected & are satisfactory

  • No ponding, clear of silt & debris

  • No excessive cracking or distress of reinforced concrete works

  • All mortar is in place, no excessive spalling, flacking or cracking

  • No visible sign of subsidence

  • Lids fitted correctly, greased & correct class

  • C) Gross pollutant traps

  • D) Kerb transitions to side inlet pits are satisfactory

  • E) Outlet/Inlet structures are satisfactorily constructed and free from scour or siltation

  • F) All safety rails have been installed at Outlet/Inlet structures

  • G) All rock protection, gabions & Reno mattresses are in place & satisfactory

  • H) All manhole & gully pit pipe connections are mortared flush with the walls & no pipe reinforcement is exposed

  • I) Open cut channels are grassed as required & have been finally inspected and are satisfactory

  • J) Overland flow, inspected & appropriate drainage provided & clear of obstruction

  • K)Subsoil drainage discharges to gullies or other approved points of discharge

  • L) Subsoil clean out installed & functioning satisfactorily

  • N) All grassing requirements to channels, Swales, outlets, inlets etc. have been completed

  • O) Soil & water management measure are in place & in accordance with approved plan


  • A) Retaining walls constructed in accordance with drawings

  • B) Ensure 50mm parapet to retaining wall maintained

  • C) Batter slopes stabilised against erosion as per design

  • D) All areas disturbed by the works have been grass seed or mulched

Water Reticulation

  • A) Pipe layout & services fixtures (valves & hydrants) is as per the plan

  • B) Pipe work have been pressure tested in accordance with council requirements

  • C) Pipe work has been chlorinated in accordance with council requirements

  • D) There are no visible signs of trench subsidence or leaks

  • E) Valves & hydrants have been inspected & are satisfactory I.e

  • Location

  • Setts & surrounds aligned with pipe work as per council requirements

  • Depth to top of hydrant or valves system within limits

  • TSV Council - Fire hydrants 100mm - 200mm Valves

  • TSV Council - SV valves 100mm - 350mm valves

  • Dust caps to hydrants

  • Hydrant road markers installed including glass beads

  • Kerb markings installed correctly

Road Surfacing

  • A) Bitumen/AC satisfactory with regard to finish & thickness

  • B) Joints are flush, Inparticular with other stages

  • C) The sealed surface is free of blemishes

  • D) Roadway is free from siltation

  • E) AC finish is 5mm proud of lip line

Concrete Kerb & Channel & Medians

  • A) The correct type of kerb has been used to all locations ( including medians) in accordance with drawings

  • B) Ponding of stormwater does not occur

  • C) Transition & connections to existing construction smooth & to a satisfactory standard of workmanship (600mm)

  • D) Service conduit markers have been placed in kerb face

  • E) All channelisation works & medians have been successfully completed

  • F) Infill treatment of medians has been inspected & found satisfactory

  • G) All signage in place & bolts if sleeve used

  • H) Standard storm water kerb adapters & storm water pipes have been provided as required


  • A) Profiles are as per plan (2% to 4%)

  • B) Footpath has been top soiled satisfactory

  • C) Street tree planting is in place as specified

  • D)Footpath has been turfed with suitable grass species where specified

  • E) Concrete footpaths have been constructed to council standard

  • F) Footpaths are free of rock & loose stones

Fencing & Features

  • A) All fences other than approved entrance features have been constructed with allotments

  • B) Entrance features & fences have satisfied building approvals (if required)

  • C) Sound attenuation fences & or mounds are constructed in accordance with the drawings were required


  • A) Street name signs with numbers, traffic signs & pavement marking have been installed

  • B) Works have not resulted in problems or neighbouring priorities. Clearance letters from property owners required

  • C) Bollards to restrict vehicle access have been installed

  • D) Consulting engineers supervision certificate has been completed

  • E) As Constructed submission has been provided to council & is satisfactory

  • F) All allotment boundaries, easements, etc have been pegged

  • G) All PSM's have been installed

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