TENANCY WORKS - APPROVAL PROCESS
tenancy fitout works may commence on site without prior consent from the Lessor.
Base building drawings are available
on site. These are available for tenants or their consultants to borrow for copying
purposes. This should be arranged via the Building Manager.
As a general guide, tenants are required to submit
the following drawings for approval to:
Frank Pty Ltd
2 The Esplanade
PERTH WA 6000
2) Demolition plans,
3) Details of alterations
to the existing mechanical services, air quantities, and supplementary air conditioning
systems in meeting and board rooms for example. Where supplementary air conditioning
units are to be installed, details of these units must be provided including maximum
design water flows,
4) Electrical drawings showing any special power
requirements and in particular showing the location of emergency and exit lighting,
5) Fire services, fire protection details showing existing, relocated and
new sprinklers and details of additional fire protection,
installations showing supply and waste for kitchens, change rooms, and showers,
Approval for floor penetrations will not
be given except under special circumstances.
Locations of penetrations shall
be checked and approved at the tenants cost by the building owners structural
Location and loadings of compactus units must be provided and
approval must be obtained prior to installation from the building structural engineer.
The cost of this shall be borne by the tenant.
Building approval under the
provisions of the building control act shall rest with the tenant.
Tenancy Works -
be arranged through the building services officer located on the ground floor
foyer of the building. Ph. 0421 052 600
for Tenants Contractors
There is no on-site parking available
for contractors at 40 The Esplanade, Perth. Pick up and drop off by arrangement
Under no circumstances shall the tenants contractors park in designated
parking spaces at the building or block access to either the basement or rear
Use of the Goods Lift
All deliveries must be via the goods lift, located in the basement level of
the building (enter via Mercantile Lane). Lift protection must be used at all
Under no circumstances may goods and materials be delivered through
the ground floor lobby area.
The Building Manager coordinates access to
the goods lift.
Tenants requiring the use of the goods lift must also contact
the Building Manager
Programming of Security Access Passes
Tenants requiring access cards for their
nominated contractors for periods outside normal business hours should arrange
this through the Building Manager.
Faxed requests are preferred on facsimile
nominated contractors (if different from building's) must arrange for rubbish
removal on a daily basis at their cost.
At no time should the building bins
be used for this purpose.
Access into other Tenancies
Any access required into other tenancies must be organised via the Property
As much notice as possible should be provided.
Tenants must ensure that all contractors engaged
in works on their behalf hold a minimum of $10 million public liability insurance.
The use of percussion tools and the carrying out
of noisy works is prohibited between the hours of 8.00 am and 5.30 pm Monday to
Isolation of the fire system
The fire system must not be isolated without prior notification to the property
manager and must be reinstated at the completion of works each evening.
upon Completion of Works
A certificate of building works
in accordance with the Building Code of Australia and Standards to be completed
by a licensed building surveyor shall be supplied to the property manager.
balance figures for electrical switchboard with the appropriate scheduling completed.
balancing figures for the air conditioning.
Provide a full set of installed
All plumbing registration approvals and warranties must be lodged
and copies given to the property manager.
All penetrations through fire
rated surfaces must be correctly fire stopped.
Normal Hours Operation
The building opens at 7.30am and individual floors come off security at the
times required by the occupants. Access to the ground floor, lifts and nominated
floors is unrestricted (except where necessary as a result of individual tenant
The system will shut down individual floors when required
and locks the buildings front doors at 7.00pm.
After hours occurs at all times
after 7.00pm in the evening and before 7.30 in the morning. Remember that if you
have been in the building all day and are working back late, the building will
be in after hours mode when you leave.
The front doors are controlled via the MIL key reader
located to the left of the main entry. Insert the key once and the door will open.
Proceed to the lifts and use the arrowed buttons to call the lift. Once in the
lift the Mil key will have to be inserted again before selecting your desired
the floor, call the lift using the lift call buttons. The main tenancy lights
will require to be turned off manually.
The lift will take you to the ground
floor where the only pedestrian egress is through the William Street sliding doors.
The first set of sliding doors will open automatically, the second set must be
opened by the push button located next to the door.
/ Basement Entry and Egress
Access to the Howard Street
car park of the building is controlled via the roller door that is MIL-key controlled.
When exiting the car park simply make your way to your car and drive up to the
roller door, which will open automatically.