National Construction Code article

02 Jan 2020 4:53 pm | admin-admin

Inter­view with Allan Har­ri­man – BCA Log­ic


Present­ly, in place is the Nation­al Con­struc­tion Code (NCC), imple­ment­ed with a goal of achiev­ing a ​‘nation­al­ly con­sis­tent, min­i­mum nec­es­sary stan­dard of rel­e­vant safe­ty (includ­ing struc­tur­al safe­ty and safe­ty from fire), health, ameni­ty and sus­tain­abil­i­ty objec­tives efficiently’. 

There is appar­ent work to be done to achieve the goals of the NCC.

Alan Harriman talks to this and the high rate of defective work in residential construction in NSW.

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