As constructed data standards & guidelines

Council of the City of Gold Coast has an as constructed data standard that incorporates the Asset Design As Constructed (ADAC) specification as well as standards for asset types not currently included within the ADAC specification. The as constructed data standard applies to the following infrastructure asset types:

  • roads
  • drainage
  • open space
  • water
  • sewerage
  • cadastre (as a reference feature)
  • site improvements
  • buildings.

Our As Constructed Data Capture Guidelines detail the instructions on the as-constructed data requirements for each asset type that we manage.

ADAC specification

ADAC is supported by the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australia (IPWEA) and has been adopted by all local governments within south east Queensland. For more information about the ADAC visit Public Works Engineering Australia. The South East Queensland Design and Construction Code that applies to water and sewer asset types also specifies ADAC as the region’s as-constructed data specification.

City of Gold Coast As Constructed Data Dictionary

We have expanded on the ADAC specification to specify the as constructed data required for asset types excluded from ADAC.

Refer to Related information for our data dictionary.

Compliance with the as constructed data standard

Compliance with our As Constructed Data Capture Guidelines is measured, in part, by assessing as constructed submissions against the version of the guidelines that was current at the time of development approval or execution of a contract. These dates are:

  • Version 2 – ADAC 5.01 – 12 May 2020
  • Version 1.3 – ADAC 4.2 – October 2016 to 11 May 2020

Refer to Related information for our guidelines.