CDM and pre site work/Site investigation - Question

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CDM and pre site work/Site investigation - Question

Postby Scooter227 » Thu Jul 22, 2010 4:19 pm

HI,


Ive read an article that Site investigation , lets say we are building a Tesco in the future, is notifiable as it is part of the overall project ( to build a tesco). even if it is one bore hole . Ive no issue with that. But cant find the clause to state that fact.

Question - If you are building a big tesco - and you need a connection from a utility before the building starts . That connection will take one day...........is that notifiable? What are your thoughts?


My thoughts is that it is
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Re: CDM and pre site work/Site investigation - Question

Postby Chris Achilles » Wed Aug 25, 2010 11:49 am

Hi There

There are a number of issues that you raise.

1. Any survey work (bore holes) are not notifiable.
2. All projects over 30 days or 500 man hours are notifiable. This is the project as a whole as opposed to the activities. Notification by the CDM co-ordinator not the subcontractor doing the work.
3. Enabling works, including site establishment, are classed as part of the project.

Hope this helps.

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Re: CDM and pre site work/Site investigation - Question

Postby Camron70 » Fri Oct 17, 2014 7:22 am

Ive read an article that Site investigation , lets say we are building a Tesco in the future, is notifiable as it is part of the overall project ( to build a tesco). even if it is one bore hole . Ive no issue with that. But cant find the clause to state that fact. :twisted: :arrow:
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Re: CDM and pre site work/Site investigation - Question

Postby Chris Achilles » Fri Oct 17, 2014 2:40 pm

Check out this link

http://www.hse.gov.uk/construction/cdm/ ... cation.htm

It says under notifications:-

"You should complete an F10 form when you think you are undertaking a project that will last more than 30 days or involve more than 500 person days. This is a legal requirement under the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007. An F10 does not need to be filled in for domestic projects".
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