Post and wire barrier systems

A post and wire barrier system typically comprises of items such as system fabricator, posts and post foundations.

Uniclass2015 - Ss_25_15_60_68 Post and wire barrier systems
Reference Notes
NBS Code

25-25-60/170 Post and wire barrier system

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NRM1

8.4.4 Barriers and guardrails (default)

Rules of measurement | Cost benchmarks

2.7.2 Balustrades and handrails

Rules of measurement | Cost benchmarks

2.5.5 Subsidiary walls, balustrades and proprietary balconies

Rules of measurement | Cost benchmarks

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Manufacturer Product Data template

Complete this electronic spreadsheet to ensure that your Post and wire barrier systems product information meets the requirements of Level 2 BIM. This is important as it will enable your customers to select, specify and use your products within the BIM environment. Once you have completed this template you can host it on your own website or distribute it to your customers. Please note that we do not host completed product data templates within the BIM Toolkit.

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Requirement

Visual information to provide developed principles of the design to a greater level of detail. Developed coordination between relevant professions, such as architects and civil engineers. Visual development showing co-ordination for general area and primary relationships between other elements of the external works construction.

Purpose of information

To provide a visual representation of proposals, confirming brief for Technical Design stage supporting full spatial co-ordination.

Plan
2D Section

The above illustrations are for Hoop barrier systems from the NBS section Pedestrian barrier and guarding systems. This is indicative of the LOD requirements for Post and wire barrier systems.

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Requirement

Information to be updated to production level of information and to link drawn information back to external works specification.

Purpose of information

To provide sufficient information for contractor to issue to sub-contractors and to refine the external works construction programme.

Plan
2D Section

The above illustrations are for Hoop barrier systems from the NBS section Pedestrian barrier and guarding systems. This is indicative of the LOD requirements for Post and wire barrier systems.

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Requirement

Visual information to provide finalised set of information to support construction / installation. Visual representations showing final co-ordination between relevant professions, such as architects and engineers, for area and relationships between other elements of the external works construction. Typical installation details produced separately linked to model element and adjacent constructions. Information to be updated to reflect ‘Final Construction Issue’.

Purpose of information

To be updated during the construction process to reflect the final design, and to provide a future reference to sit alongside the O&M Manuals.

Plan
2D Section

The above illustrations are for Hoop barrier systems from the NBS section Pedestrian barrier and guarding systems. This is indicative of the LOD requirements for Post and wire barrier systems.

Download manufacturer object defintion template

Manufacturer Product Data template

Complete this electronic spreadsheet to ensure that your Post and wire barrier systems product information meets the requirements of Level 2 BIM. This is important as it will enable your customers to select, specify and use your products within the BIM environment. Once you have completed this template you can host it on your own website or distribute it to your customers. Please note that we do not host completed product data templates within the BIM Toolkit.

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Provide an outline description of the deliverable.

Name Definition
Description A description of the type of object to detail any design intent.
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Provide information relevant to the specific performance of the deliverable. Information to specify the completion (cleaning, testing, spares, training...) of the deliverable should also be provided in the associated specification.

Name Definition
Structural performance requirements for pedestrian safety barrier and guarding systems Eurocodes and National Annexes and Substitution of alternative design rules for Eurocode Application Rules.
Performance of barriers around buildings Standard, Functions and Design loading.
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Provide information relevant to the specific child products of the deliverable to allow suitable products from manufacturers to be selected. Information covering the completion and execution of the deliverable and its child products should also be provided.

Name Definition
System fabricator The System fabricator of the Post and wire barrier systems.
Standard The Standard of the Post and wire barrier systems.
Posts Products such as Aluminium alloy posts.
Post foundations Products such as Unreinforced concrete foundation systems for cast in products.
Wire Products such as Carbon steel wire ropes.
Site applied finishes Products such as Solvent-borne gloss finishes.
System accessories Products such as Aluminium post tops.
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Provide information relevant to the specific child products of the deliverable to allow for purchasing. Information covering the completion and execution of the deliverable and its child products should also be provided.

Name Definition
System fabricator The System fabricator of the Post and wire barrier systems.
Standard The Standard of the Post and wire barrier systems.
Posts Products such as Aluminium alloy posts.
Post foundations Products such as Unreinforced concrete foundation systems for cast in products.
Wire Products such as Carbon steel wire ropes.
Site applied finishes Products such as Solvent-borne gloss finishes.
System accessories Products such as Aluminium post tops.
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Provide the information specific to the installed deliverable that is required for operation and maintenance. Information covering the detailed maintenance should also be provided in the associated PDF manuals.

Name Definition
Accessibility performance The accessibility issue(s) which the object satisfies.
Asset type An indication of whether the object is fixed or movable.
Category A classification code, e.g. Uniclass2015.
Code performance The code compliance requirement(s) which the object satisfies
Colour Characteristic or primary colour of product.
Constituents Optional constituent features, parts or finishes.
Description A description of the type of object to detail any design intent.
Duration unit Duration of expected life (typical value is 'years')
Expected life The typical service life of the object.
Features Other important characteristics or features relevant to product specification.
Finish Characteristic or primary finish of product.
Grade Standard grading which the product corresponds.
Manufacturer Email address for the organisation responsible for supplying or manufacturing the object
Material Characteristic or primary material of product.
Model number The product, item or unit number assigned by the manufacturer of the object.
Model reference The name of the object as used by the manufacturer.
Name A unique human-readable alphanumeric name that begins with the product type.
Nominal height Typically the vertical or secondary characteristic dimension.
Nominal length Typically the larger or primary horizontal dimension.
Nominal width Nominal width of product, typically the characteristic or secondary horizontal or characteristic dimension.
Replacement cost An indicative cost for unit replacement.
Shape Characteristic shape of product.
Size Characteristic size of product.
Sustainability performance Description of the sustainability issue(s) which the object satisfies
Warranty description Description of the warranty content and any exclusions.
Warranty duration (labour) Duration of labour warranty.
Warranty duration (parts) Duration of parts warranty.
Warranty duration unit Duration of warranties (typical value is 'years').
Warranty guarantor (labour) Email address for the organisation responsible for the labour warranty.
Warranty guarantor (parts) Email address for the organisation responsible for the parts warranty.
Asset identifier The identification assigned to an asset that enables its differentiation from other assets.
Bar code The identity of the bar code (or rfid) given to an occurrence of the product (per instance).
Installation date The date that the manufactured item was installed (per instance).
Serial number The serial number assigned to an occurrence of a product by the manufacturer (per instance).
Tag number The tag number assigned to an occurrence of a product by the occupier (per instance).
Warranty start date The date on which the warranty commences.