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Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works

REPORT

relating to the

HMAS CERBERUS TECHNICAL TRAINING AND OTHER FACILITIES, WESTERN PORT, VIC.

(First Report of 1994)

THE PARLIAMENT OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA 1994

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Engineering Services 15

First class water 15

Sewerage system 15

Stormwater system 15

Roads 15

Electricity 16

Telephones 16

Central monitoring 16

Natural Gas 16

Information systems 16

Design Considerations 16

Design 16

Materials 17

Mechanical 17

Electrical 17

Energy conservation 17

Committee's Conclusion Recommendation 18

Hydraulics 18

Committee's Recommendations 19

Communications 19

Fire protection 19

External works 20

STRATEGY FOR THE DELIVERY OF THE WORKS 20

FINANCIAL ASPECTS AND TIMING 21

Reasons for Change of Limit of Cost 21

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS 22

Heritage Considerations 22

Committee's Recommendation 24

CONSULTATIONS 24

Committee's Recommendation 24

CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 25

APPENDICES

Appendix A — List of Witnesses A1

Appendix B — Project Drawings B1-B21

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EXTRACT FROM THE VOTES AN D PROCEEDINGS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

No. 23 dated Tuesday, 5 October 1993

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C O M M IT T E E -R E F E R E N C E O F W O R K -H M A S CERBERUS TECHNICAL TRAINING A N D OTHER FACILITIES, WESTERN PORT, VIC. Mrs Crosio (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for the Arts and Administrative Services), pursuant to notice, moved— That, in accordance with the provisions of the Public

Works Committee Act 1969, the following proposed work be referred to the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works for consideration and report: HMAS Cerberus technical training and other facilities at Western Port, Vic. Mrs Crosio presented plans in connection with the proposed work.

Question - put and passed.

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6. A number of written submissions were also received from other organisations and these are incorporated in the Minutes of Evidence.

BACKGROUND

7. HMAS Cerberus is the Royal Australian Navy's principal training establishment. It is located between Stony Point and Sandy Point on the Western Port Bay side of the Mornington Peninsula. Following the implementation of some of the recommendations by Admiral Sir Reginald Henderson to the Australian Government in 1911, an area of 1 500 hectares at Crib Point and Hanns Inlet was selected as a destroyer and submarine base. The establishment opened as the Flinders Naval Establishment in September 1920, but its role had been changed to training by the time it was commissioned as HMAS Cerberus in 1921.

8. During the 1920s and 1930s training schools were progressively added. Rapid expansion occurred during the Second World War and temporary buildings were erected. Some limited redevelopment commenced in 1957 and continued until the 1970s. During the 1980s a program of refurbishing and constructing accommodation and schools for sailors was undertaken. The following reports relating to developments at HMAS Cerberus were tabled by the Committee:

. 11/1986 HMAS CERBERUS, CRIB POINT - Construction of a New Wharf and Seamanship School at HMAS Cerberus, Crib Point, Victoria

. 2/1989 CRIB POINT — Construction of New

Communications and Recruit Schools, HMAS Cerberus, Crib Point, Victoria

. 8/1989 CRIB POINT - Upgrade of Navy Living-in

Accommodation at HMAS Cerberus, Crib Point, Victoria

9. HMAS Cerberus currently has approximately 400 separate buildings, which at any time may accommodate up to 1 700 service and civilian personnel, most of whom are involved in training courses. The Base provides basic training for all recruits and technical, advanced and specialist training in subjects such as gunnery, communications, cookery and supply, mechanical and electrical engineering, dentistry, seamanship and nuclear biological chemical and damage control. Most RAN personnel pass through

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15. Defence advised the Committee that it had employed Kinhill Engineers Pty Ltd (Kinhill) to address the costs of relocating Marine Technician (MT) and Electrical Technician (ET) training from HMAS Cerberus. Alternative locations considered included RAAF Base Wagga

(Wagga), the Army base at North Bandiana (Bandiana) and the Army College of Technical and Further Education at Bonegilla (Bonegilla). Kinhill also investigated possible cost savings from the use of TAPE Colleges.

16. Nine options were considered by Kinhill, namely:

. all MT and ET training to be located at HMAS Cerberus

. all MT and ET training to be located at Wagga

. all MT and ET training to be located at Bandiana

. all MT and ET training to be located at Bonegilla

. MT training to be located at Bonegilla and ET training at HMAS Cerberus

. MT training to be located at HMAS Cerberus and ET training at Wagga

. MT training to be located at Bonegilla and ET training at Wagga

. twenty-two weeks of MT training at Bonegilla, the remainder of MT training at HMAS Cerberus and all ET training at HMAS Cerberus

. MT and ET training based at HMAS Cerberus with some modules conducted at the Frankston and Dandenong TAFEs.

17. Members of the project team visited HMAS Nirimba, Wagga, Bandiana, Bonegilla, Frankston College of TAFE and Dandenong College of TAFE to assess the capacity of available facilities and the requirements for new or modified facilities to suit the proposed relocation of Initial Technical Training (ITT).

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Health Centre

23. Medical and dental services are presently provided from 18 separate buildings of ages varying from 50 to 73 years. The majority of these grossly inadequate buildings are being utilised for functions for which they were neither designed nor constructed. The dental surgeries are grossly inadequate in size and were originally designed for treatment by an operator and assistant in standing positions. Site limitations and internal design prevent alterations to the building to meet modern practices. The buildings do not conform to current safety regulations, being deficient in space, emergency exits and ventilation.

24. The Committee agrees with a comment made by Senator the Hon R Ray, Minister for Defence, at an Estimates Committee meeting on 11 September 1991. Senator Ray described the hospital and dental services as "the most disgraceful Defence facility I have seen in my visits around Australia".

25. The medical centre provides on-entry medical testing and vaccinations for all general entry recruits entering the RAN; specialist medical consultation and day surgery for local sick and injured Defence personnel; surgical, resuscitation and stabilisation procedures in cases of emergency; post-operative and convalescent in-patient care; outpatient services; radiological, pathology, pharmacy and physiotherapy services; on the job training and continuation training for medical staff; ambulance services; preventative public health measures, e.g. mosquito eradication, for the entire establishment and occupational health surveillance.

26. The dental department is located in a brick building which was constructed in 1943 and which has been extended twice. It provides on-entry dental examinations, identification charting and dental treatment for all general entry recruits; routine and specialist dental treatment for all HMAS

Cerberus personnel; specialist dental treatment for staff and trainees posted to the School of Army Health, Portsea; and specialist dental laboratory services for other establishments.

27. The dental school is housed in two separate buildings — the dental clinic and the former B Ward of the hospital. The latter is a part-timber, part-brick building constructed as an open hospital ward in 1920 and converted for training purposes in 1968. The dental school conducts courses for dental mechanics and dental hygienists. These courses contain a high

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Engineering Demonstration Building, the Powerhouse, the Shipwrights Maintenance Engineering Building, Block B, Block C and the new Bricklaying and Lagging building. The technical training facility is required to provide classrooms, laboratories, workshops, a library, resource storage and office spaces to meet the demand arising from the consolidation of technical training at E1MAS Cerberus and the introduction of ITT courses.

Indoor Swimming Pool

34. The existing 33 metre indoor swimming pool was constructed in 1943 and is presently used by up to 1 700 service and civilian personnel. The facility provides for instructional and recreational swimming and for the conduct of recruit swimming tests. Activities include swimming training, survival at sea training, water polo competitions, diving training and competition, scuba diving training and canoe training. Consolidation of technical training at HMAS Cerberus will increase the demand on pool facilities.

35. The existing pool is of a non-standard length (33 metres) which reduces its suitability for both HMAS Cerberus and Defence Force Physical Training School (DFPTS) users. Other deficiencies include asbestos roofing of the complex, shallow depth of the pool, minimal concourse area, lack of spectator and competitor facilities, maintenance-intensive wooden changing rooms that are remote from the swimming pool entrance and exposed to the weather and insufficient storage space.

36. The present pool is located approximately 80 metres from the gymnasium, resulting in a duplication of supervisory and administrative staff. Rectification works are placing an increasing demand on the limited repair and maintenance funds available and sometimes make the pool unavailable for use for unacceptably long periods. This in turn results in additional expenditure being required to conduct initial recruit swimming tests and remedial swimming lessons at Frankston which is 30 kilometres away. Failure to provide a suitable facility will result in continued drain on manhours and funds while the existing pool undergoes further maintenance.

37. Defence advised the Committee that the pool is too small to accommodate the number of trainees required to use it. The filtration machinery, which has had a great deal of expenditure over the last few years is just about at the end of its life. The inside of the pool is becoming unhygienic with tiles peeling and cracking. Birds are nesting in the roof and droppings fall into the pool. The Committee queried the possibility of ear

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Transport Compound

43. Present temporary arrangements for the transport function are spartan and not conducive to longer term management. The existing facility comprises a wooden garage building, demountable accommodation units and associated hard stand parking. The majority of the wooden garage building was subsumed as a maintenance workshop following conversion of other

buildings for interim ITT. Arrangements are deficient in respect to provision of adequate office accommodation; a duty ready/amenities room; staff changing facilities; overnight accommodation for duty drivers; stores space for motor vehicle spares; weather protection for vehicles and personnel during refuelling; garaging for vehicles requiring undercover parking and open parking for large vehicles.

44. The construction of a new facility will permit the transport function to relocate from the current inadequate demountable accommodation.

Committee's Conclusions

45. A need exists to provide facilities for staff and trainees who will be displaced due to the Government's decision to sell HMAS Nirimba.

46. The Committee notes that HMAS Cerberus is the Royal Australian Navy's principal training establishment, and agrees that HMAS Cerberus is the most suitable location for the consolidation of technical training for the Royal Australian Navy.

47. The Committee agrees that facilities at HMAS Cerberus need to be upgraded to allow for the training of apprentices which was formerly undertaken at HMAS Nirimba.

THE PROPOSAL

48. It is proposed to replace or upgrade some rundown and inadequate support facilities at HMAS Cerberus to allow Naval technical training which has been carried out at HMAS Nirimba to be relocated to HMAS Cerberus.

Junior Sailors' Accommodation

49. A three level building of 2 040 m2 net providing 112 beds for junior sailors is proposed. This includes provision to increase the capacity to 180 beds should demand increase in the future.

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Defence advised that the operating costs for medical and dental services this year, excluding salaries, is $1.2m.

Junior Sailors' Galley/Cafeteria

57. This facility will be a single level building of 1 700 m2 net, designed to serve 1 400 personnel in two consecutive sittings. The role of the facility will be to provide a safe, hygienic galley and dining area for junior sailors. The

major activities served by the facility will be the preparation and consumption of food.

58. Location of the cafeteria closer to the junior sailors' accommodation will reduce the distances to be covered for most of the personnel using the cafeteria.

59. The requirement for transportation of provisions will be substantially reduced by collocating the new galley with the existing victualling area.

Options Considered

60. Two options were considered:

(a) construction of a new galley/cafeteria adjacent to the existing victualling building; and

(b) refurbishment of the existing cafeteria to provide the same level of amenity and function as the new facility, and construction of a new galley.

61. Option (a) was adopted as the preferred option because it will avoid the significant disruption to current operations that would occur during a major refurbishment, overcome double handling of stores by collocating with the victualling building, and locate the cafeteria much closer to the junior sailors' accommodation.

62. It was initially planned to incorporate a recreation and trading area for the junior sailors, but this function has been deleted.

Technical Training Facility

63. This facility will be a single level building of 4 187 m2 net, providing workshops, classrooms, instructor work areas, offices and store areas to

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be 60 x 100 metres (the size of a regulation hockey field) with a three metre perimeter clearance. The facility will be fully fenced with a tennis court height fence, fitted with post anchors for tennis court nets and floodlit to enable its use after dark.

70. The outdoor sports area will be capable of being used throughout the year. The synthetic recreational field will allow the continuation of training, which is currently curtailed because of unusable playing fields following periods of rain.

Gymnasium Extension

71. The facility will be a single level building extension of 1 480 m2 net, providing additional gymnasium floor space, a weight training room, change rooms, classrooms, stores and offices. These will enable the DFPTS to move into the new facilities and HMAS Cerberus personnel to utilise the existing gymnasium.

Transport Compound

72. The facility will comprise several single level buildings and paved areas o f 3 500 m2 gross, providing areas for the storage, maintenance and repair o f HMAS Cerberus's 28 medium/small vehicles and 14 large vehicles.

73. The facility will provide a range of services related to the garaging, maintenance and repair of motor transport, and essential facilities for associated staff. The major activities served by the facility will be vehicle maintenance, refuelling, cleaning, garaging and parking, spare parts storage, and vehicle and staff administration. Amenities and change rooms for staff will also be provided.

Child Care

74. The child care centre was incorporated in 1988 and registered by Community Services Victoria as a Class One children's services centre in April 1991. Since extensive renovation in early 1993 it has been registered to take 45 children, including 15 before and after school.

75. The centre is managed by a committee of service parents and interested personnel and staffed by fully qualified child care workers. The centre is available to children of service and civilian employees at HMAS Cerberus and operates from 7.00 am to 5.15 pm each working day. An

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Electricity

81. The existing high voltage supply and ring main system is sufficient to cater for the additional demand of the proposal. Some rework of the ring main system will be undertaken to balance the load evenly between the alternative outgoing feeders.

Telephones

82. The existing PABX and Telecom service line to the establishment has sufficient capacity to cater for the proposed demand. New cables will be provided within the establishment to cater for the accommodation, technical training and health centre.

Central monitoring

83. The existing security and fire alarm monitoring system has the capacity to cater for the proposal. A new line will be connected to the health and recreation centre.

Natural gas

84. The existing underground distribution network has sufficient capacity to cater for the proposal. Some rework, extension and relocation of gas mains will be required.

Information systems

85. A fibre optic backbone cable will be laid throughout limited areas of the establishment to provide local area networks in the administrative, teaching and health areas.

Design Considerations

Design

86. Recent major buildings such as the Seamanship School, Communications School, Recruit School and Pethebridge House reflect the architectural character, form and materials of the historically significant buildings at HMAS Cerberus. The proposed buildings will continue this approach. Accordingly, the proposed buildings are formal and axial in

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equipment. A performance index will be established for each building, with energy targets assigned to each element in regard to fuel or energy type, location and usage.

92. Defence advised the Committee that the design of the buildings will use natural light to the maximum extent possible. Where artificial lighting is required, its control will be by switching pattern. As the design is yet to be finalised, Defence's overall requirement to conserve energy will be included in the brief to the architects.

93. The Committee queried whether an energy audit had been carried out on the Base. Defence advised that an energy audit had recently been carried out by SECV International and this is presently in draft form. The Committee commends the Department of Defence for the recent initiatives taken to improve energy efficiency at Defence establishments.

Committee's Conclusion and Recommendation

94. The Committee believes that the Department o f Defence should continue to carry out regular energy audits o f its establishments. The Committee recommends that it be advised on the implementation o f the recommendations of the energy audit conducted at HMAS Cerberus.

Hydraulics

95. All designs will comply with the relevant codes and the specific requirements of Melbourne Water and any other relevant authority. Toilets will be provided with facilities for the disabled in accordance with the Building Code of Australia (BCA).

96. Sewage from the buildings will be discharged into the existing reticulated system and conveyed to the Base's treatment plant.

97. Stormwater will be collected from the building roofs and surrounding pavement areas and discharged to the existing drainage system.

98. Water will be supplied to each facility from the existing water reticulation system.

99. Hot and cold water will be reticulated throughout the facilities to showers, basins and sinks. Energy efficient shower roses will be installed in all shower cubicles.

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office is manned 24 hours per day, seven days a week. Apart from the usual telephones, the office has a radio link with the Country Fire Authority to provide instant communications in the event of a fire. Additionally, HMAS Cerberus has its own firefighters and two fire engines. Manual call points in accordance with AS 1603 Part 5 will also be linked to the Naval Police Coxswain Building.

107. The Committee queried whether Defence had specific plans for dealing with bushfires. Defence advised that Navy trained firefighters at HMAS Cerberus provide a 24 hour service looking after the buildings and fire prevention in these buildings, while the Country Fire Authority handles any bushfire outbreaks. External hydrants will be provided in accordance with AS 2419. Small bore hose reels conforming to AS 1221 will be provided

in accordance with AS2441. Portable fire extinguishers will be provided.

External works

108. The proposed sites are generally flat and, with the exception of the Officers' Accommodation, the need to clear existing trees and buildings is limited. Minor extensions to the existing road network will provide access to all proposed facilities. Sealed and drained car parking will be provided at each facility. To reduce the visual impact of car parking areas, such areas will generally be located at the rear of facilities. Limited formal parking will be provided at the main entrance to each facility. Landscaping will be in accordance with the approved Landscape Master Plan. The sites will be graded, grassed and planted with trees and shrubs. The Committee was advised that a mixture of native and exotic trees will be selected so that they do not become a security hazard around the buildings. Trees will be selected which are compatible with underground services with water-seeking trees

being avoided.

STRATEGY FOR THE DELIVERY OF THE WORKS

109. The upgrading of the existing facilities and the construction of the new ITT facilities will be undertaken using the standard forms of Defence Contract. To facilitate an early start on the construction of the urgently required new health centre, the design and documentation of this facility, with the approval of the Committee, have been brought forward of the main project.

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there was a strong possibility that the system would be inadequate to serve the revised development. Defence commissioned Kinhill to examine the adequacy of the sewerage system. Video cameras revealed that the state of the system was not as bad as had been anticipated. It is therefore possible to provide patch refurbishment rather than a total refurbishment. Defence has advised that some of the costs of that refurbishment should be funded by repair and maintenance. This has resulted in a 66 per cent reduction in the original sewerage estimate. A saving of $2.3m has thus resulted.

114. A further saving was achieved with the technical training building. As the technical training building was not due for occupation until 1995-1996, and HMAS Nirimba was due to close at the end of 1993, interim facilities were needed. Consequently, $3.5m was allocated from repair and

maintenance funds for refurbishment. Since then it has become apparent that the interim facilities are adequate for the long term. This has resulted in a saving of $3.5m.

115. The Committee queried the future of HMAS Nirimba, once training is transferred to HMAS Cerberus. Defence advised that negotiations are currently at an advanced stage with the NSW Government for the sale of the Base. It is possible that it will become a form of educational precinct with a mix of tertiary, secondary and TAPE training.

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS

116. The proposal has been assessed by the Department of Defence in accordance with the Administrative Procedures of the Environmental Protection (Impact o f Proposals) Act 1974 and a Certificate of Environmental Compliance for the project has been issued by the Facilities Division. The Certificate conditions state that landscaped gardens should consist of native vegetation where possible and that any comments from the AHC should be taken into account. The Environmental Management Plan for HMAS Cerberus, due this financial year, will provide development guidelines for this and other future developments.

Heritage Considerations

117. A number of the existing facilities at HMAS Cerberus are listed on the Register of the National Estate (RNE). No modifications to these facilities are planned as part of this proposal, but there are potential adverse effects on the heritage listed buildings and precincts. The development of

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Committee's Recommendation

122. The Committee recommends that the Department o f Defence forward Section 30 referrals to the Australian Heritage Commission as soon as possible after referral of a project to the Committee.

CONSULTATIONS

123. The following organisations have been, and will continue to be consulted during the development of the project:

. Australian Heritage Commission

. Defence Housing Authority

. Gas and Fuel Corporation of Victoria

. Melbourne Water

. Shire of Hastings

. State Electricity Commission of Victoria

. Telecom

. Victorian Environment Protection Authority

. Victorian Ministry of Planning and Environment

Committee's Recommendation

124. The Committee recommends HMAS Cerberus technical training and other facilities at Western Port, Victoria at an estimated cost o f $45.5m at April 1993 prices.

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6. The Committee recommends that the Department of Defence forward Section 30 referrals to the Australian Heritage Commission as soon as possible after referral of a project to the Committee. 122

7. The Committee recommends HMAS Cerberus technical training and other facilities at Western Port, Victoria at an estimated cost of $45.5m at April 1993 prices. 124

Paul Calvert Acting Chairman 3 March 1994

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APPENDIX B

PROJECT DRAWINGS

Page

Local Area Plan B-l

Location Plan B-2

Junior Sailors' Accommodation Floor Plan Level 1 B-3

Junior Sailors' Accommodation Floor Plan Level 2 B-4

Junior Sailors' Accommodation Floor Plan Level 3 B-5

Officers' Accommodation Floor Plan Level 1 B-6

Officers' Accommodation Floor Plan Level 2 B-7

Officers' Accommodation Elevations B-8

Health Centre Floor Plan B-9

Health Centre Legend B-10

Health Centre Elevations B-ll

Junior Sailors' Galley/Cafeteria Floor Plan B-12

Junior Sailors' Galley/Cafeteria Elevations B-13

Technical Training Facility Floor Plan Level 1 B-14

Technical Training Facility Floor Plan Level 2 B-15

Technical Training Facility Elevations B-16

Technical Training Facility Elevations B-17

Recreational Facility Floor Plan Level 1 B-18

LOCAL AREA PLAN

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Electrical Tecluiicians Training Marine tecluiicians Training Officers Accommodation Junior Sailors Galley/Cafeteria Junior sailors Accommodation Health Centre Transport Compound Indoor Pool Synthetic Recreation Field Defence Force Physical Training School

REFURBISHED BUILDING

Victoria Naval Band

EXISTING ASSETS

Motor transport Garage Weapons Electrical Engineering School (WEES) Administration Building WEES Radio Building

WEES Central Block Marine Engineering School (MES) Demonstration Building MES Administration Building

MES Classroom Building MES Training Workshop Shipwrights Workshop Photographic & Psychology Building

H AN NS INLET

108 Gunnery School 110 Parade Training Section 112 Museum 113 Roman catholic Chapel

114 Protestant Chapel 116 Administration Building 151 Wardroom Central Wing 152 Wardroom East Wing 153 Wardroom West Wing 161 Hospital Administration

Building

187 A Block

188 B Block

189 C Block

190 Junior Sailors Recreation Complex 193 Indoor Swimming Pool 194 Gunroom

197 NTC Administration Building 205 Junior Sailors Cafeteria 206 Junior Sailors Galley 216 Victualling Store Complex 226 Junior Sailors

Accommodation Block 10 237 Southern Cross Cinema 296 Gymnasium B&L Bricklaying and Lagging

Building

LOCATION PLAN

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Room No- Name A/·· m2

CR 1 -CR 28 Common Room

C 1-C.II2 C«D.ns

S 1-SS6 Skxes

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TS.I-TS.28 ToileVShowers 8 4

JUNIOR SAILORS' ACCOMMODATION

HMAS CERBERUS

B A S S ROAD

FLOOR PLAN - LEVEL 1

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Room No. Name Area m2 Total

(Approx) Area m2

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CR.I-Cfi.28 Common Room IS

C .l-C .l 12 Cabins 9.9

S.1-S.S6 Stores 1.7

L.1-L.3 Laundry/Drying Rooms 23

YS.1-TS.28 Toilet/Showers 8.4

CB.t-CB.3 Common Bathrooms 4

LS1-LS.3 Large Stores 23

CL1-CL.3 Cleaners ^

TOTAL NET AREA

D.1-D.2 Outdoor Drying

ASSET 226 -A na Sr't il Accommodiien BKx*

TYPICAL UNIT LAYOUT

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JUNIOR SAILOR'S ACCOMMODATION

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Room No.

(AppfOK) Aral m2

CRi-CR.28 Common Room IS *20

C1-C112 Cabins 9.9 1109

S I - S S6 Stores 1.7 95 2

U I-L 3 Laundry/Drymg Rooms 23 69

TS.I-TS.28 Toilet/Showers 8.4 235

CB.I-CB.3 Common Bathrooms 4 12

LS.t-LS.3 Urge Stores 23 69

CL 1-CL. 3 Cleaners

TOTAL NET AREA 2018

0.1-D.2 Outdoor Drying Areas 60 120

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TOTAL MET AHEA OUTDOORS

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TYPICAL UNIT LAYOUT

OFFICER'S ACCOMMODATION

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BASS ROAD

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TOTAL NET AREA ACCOMMODATION

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TOTAL NET AREA OUTDOORS

ASSET 161 - WNrttoom Cere* ASSET 153 - Wacom Was) Wrq ASSET 161 - HoeptUf AdmAitolratton SuAdng

OFFICER'S ACCOMMODATION

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NORTH ELEVATION

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JUNIOR SAILORS GALLEY & CAFETERIA

HMAS CERBERUS

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SOUTH ELEVATION

WEST ELEVATION

JUNIOR SAILOR'S GALLEY & CAFETERIA

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4*)β Theory Prececal Room

lio 1» Theory Practical Room 20 lo 25 theory CJaaeroom 2β TO 35 Theory Practical Room 38to36A Theory CUseroom

Etyapmenr Stores Stall Work A/ee Suit Wort Are·

OfficeHead olJort

11 Office end Waiting 6210 65 Office mierview

66Λ Repel C-66 Amenities 69 Sun Toilets

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70 Conference Room Total Net Arte Electrical Technlr

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Theory PrectK* Room 76 ORP end Ppe Reparr

Theory Classroom <5 Theory practical Room 135 Theory Prececal Room 76 Theory Practical Room 108

Theory Clesaroom 45 Theory Practical Room 78

Instructors WorV Area

(Fabrication) Instructors WorV Area

icretarial Office and

■f! Office and Store 25 tinmlseellon Office 12

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NOVEMBER 1992

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