Building Code of Australia: Revolving Doors: AS 1428: AS 1288

AUST – HENDRY building surveyors advise it is recognised by Building Regulations that revolving doors have inherent hazards whereby the Building Code of Australia (BCA) does not permit revolving doors to serve as an exit door for evacuation purposes and they are not permitted to be installed in class 9a health care buildings and in resident use areas in class 9c aged care buildings. AS 1428.1 and AS 1288 have a significant input in… Read more

Building Code of Australia: Revolving Doors: AS 1428: AS 1288

AUST – HENDRY building surveyors advise it is recognised by Building Regulations that revolving doors have inherent hazards whereby the Building Code of Australia (BCA) does not permit revolving doors to serve as an exit door for evacuation purposes and they are not permitted to be installed in class 9a health care buildings and in resident use areas in class 9c aged care… Read more

Building Code of Australia: Revolving Doors: AS 1428: AS 1288

Revolving doors have inherent hazards whereby the Building Code of Australia (BCA) does not permit revolving doors to serve as an exit door for evacuation purposes and they are not permitted to be installed in class 9a health care buildings and in resident use areas in class 9c aged care buildings. AS 1428.1 and AS 1288 have a significant input in… Read more

Building Code of Australia (BCA): AS 1428.1 – 2009

AUST – HENDRY building surveyors advise architects and builders that the threshold ramp provisions contained under Section 10.5 of AS 1428.1-2009 ‘Design for access and mobility – General requirements for access – New building work’ nominated in the BCA differ significantly from the superseded requirements of Section 7.1 (d) of AS 1428-2001… (more)