A big leap forward for the industry, access to the Australian Building Codes – no cost!. Immediate access to the NCC 2015 Volumes One, Two, Three and the Guide to the BCA, along with a new stand-alone document that extracts the Performance Requirements of the NCC.
Changes to QBCC legislation were announced recently that will impact the building and construction industry. Changes have been made to the following sections:
- Building disputes
- Financial reporting
- Domestic building contracts
- Statutory Home Warranty Insurance Scheme
- Demerit points and penalty points
Classification Summary of Buildings and Structures defined in the Building Code of Australia.
QBCC has developed this licensing information statement to clarify the licensing requirements for the construction of retaining walls. This information statement does not replace anything contained in the Queensland Building and Construction Commission Act 1991 or the Queensland Building and Construction Commission Regulation 2003. Pursuant to that legislation, the construction of a retaining wall, greater…
Assessment of damage to framing The assessment of damage to structural framing members should only be undertaken by a competent person such as a registered structural engineer or a licensed builder. Where damage has occurred to trussed roofs, any assessment should be undertaken in conjunction with a registered structural engineer. Some important areas to look…