Electrical Installations

Electrical Installations

Australian Standard Method of Measurement (ASSM):

  • Section 25
  • We use the ASSM to describe the scope for electrical installations as a guide only
  • Any agreed or contract scope of work will more than likely vary from the scope of work under the ASSM
  • The scope of work set out in Rawlinsons also varies from the scope of work under the ASSM
  • The ASSM often includes the same items of work under multiple Sections

Scope of work under ASSM:

  • Main connections | generators, major equipment | switch gear | cable carriers | conduits | cables | cable terminations and joints to mains and sub-mains | conduit sleeves | circuits and sub-circuits | bus ducts and bus ways | earthing conductors | lightning conductors | switches, outlets, etc | light fittings and lamps | bells, clocks, telephones, fire alarms, burglar alarms, loud speakers, appliances and similar items | identification | tools and spares | work to existing services and equipment | pits | work covered by other Sections in connection with electrical installations | excavation in rock

Australian/New Zealand Standards:

  • There are well over 1,000 documents pertaining to Australian and New Zealand Standards concerning various aspects of electricity, the list is too comprehensive to describe here.

CIArb

Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK and Australia)

We have been associated with the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (“CIArb”) since October 2011. The CIArb is located at 12 Bloomsbury Square, London.