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DESIGN STANDARD DS 80
WCX CAD Standard
Water Corporation eXternal (WCX) Manual

VERSION 7
REVISION 2

NOVEMBER 2015
Design Standard DS 80
WCX CAD Standard

FOREWORD

The WCX CAD Standard DS 80 is prepared to ensure that the Water Corporation’s staff, external designers,
Alliance partners and contractors are informed as to the Water Corporation’s design standards and
recommended practices. Design standards are intended to promote uniformity so as to simplify design and
drafting practice and have as their ultimate objective the provision of safe and functional plant at minimum
whole of life cost.
The Water Corporation design standards and recommended practices described in this design standard have
evolved over a number of years as a result of design and field experience and these have been investigated
and documented.
Users are invited to forward submissions for continuous improvement to the Drawing Management System
Manager who will consider these for incorporation into future revisions.

Manager, Infrastructure Design

This document is prepared without the assumption of a duty of care by the Water Corporation. The document is not
intended to be nor should it be relied on as a substitute for professional engineering design expertise or any other
professional advice.
It is the responsibility of the user to ensure they are using the current version of this document.
© Copyright – Water Corporation: This standard and software is copyright. With the exception of use permitted by the
Copyright Act 1968, no part may be reproduced without the written permission of the Water Corporation.

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REVISION STATUS
The revision status of this standard is shown section by section below. It is important to note that the
latest revisions including additions, deletions and changes to this version of the standard are also
identified by the use of a vertical line in the left hand margin, adjacent to the revised section.
REVISION STATUS
SECT. VER./ DATE PAGES REVISION DESCRIPTION RVWD. APRV.
REV. REVISED (Section, Clause, Sub-Clause)
All 7/1 12.11.14 All Preliminaries to Works changed KM MH
to Prerequisites to Works
All 7.1 12.11.14 All Reference to WCX CD removed KM MH
All 6/3 14.03.11 10,11 Client Consultant title amended GC AK
1 7/2 12.11.15 12 1.revised KM MH
1 7/1 12.11.14 12 1.revised KM MH
1 7/1 12.11.14 13 1.1 revised KM MH
1 7/0 12.04.13 12 1.revised KM MH
1 7/0 12.04.13 12 1.1 revised KM MH
1 6/3 14.03.11 10 AutoCAD version revised GC AK
1 6/3 14.03.11 11 1.1 revised KM AK
1 6/2 30.06.10 10 1 Reference to Briscad added GC AK
1 6/2 30.06.10 11 1.1 revised GC AK
2 7/2 12.11.15 20 2.6.2 revised KM JB
2 7/1 12.11.14 22,23 2.8 MSWA plansets added KM MH
2 7/0 12.04.13 14-24 2.2. Drawing Titles Added KM MH
2 7/0 12.04.13 21,22 2.8. AWA Planset Titles Added KM MH
2 7/0 12.04.13 19 2.6.2 IWSS added BS MH
2 6/1 30.04.09 12 2 Alliance Partners added GC AK
2 6/1 30.04.09 12 2.1 Preliminary, Engineering & GC AK
Detail Design added
2 6/2 30.06.10 12 2.1 Preliminary, Engineering & GC AK
Detail Design removed
2 6/2 30.06.10 14 2.3.3.6 & 2.3.4.6 revised GC AK
2 6/2 30.06.10 16 2.4.4.3 revised GC AK
3 7/2 12.11.15 35 3.12.2 revised KM JB
3 7/1 12.11.14 35 3.12.2.2 South Coastal District JB MH
moved to Great Southern
Region
3 7/0 12.04.13 25 3. Revised KM MH
3 7/0 12.04.13 26 -39 3. ESR & CDR bundles added KM MH
3 7/0 12.04.13 28 3.4 Air Vent Arrangement KM MH
added
3 7/0 12.04.13 35 3.12.2.5 revised KM MH
3 7/0 12.04.13 37 3.15 & 3.16 AWA bundles KM MH
added
3 6/1 30.04.08 22 – 35 3.1, 3.2, 3.4, 3.6, 3.8, 3.9, 3.10, GC AK
3.12.1, 3.13, 3.18 Bundle 72
added

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REVISION STATUS
SECT. VER./ DATE PAGES REVISION DESCRIPTION RVWD. APRV.
REV. REVISED (Section, Clause, Sub-Clause)
3 6/1 30.04.08 26 3.7 Bundle 7 added GC AK
3 6/1 30.04.08 26 3.14 heading revised GC AK
3 6/1 30.04.08 26 3.15 heading revised GC AK
3 6/2 30.06.10 22 – 35 3.1 to 3.18 Bundle 14 added SS AK
3 6/2 30.06.10 22 – 35 3.1 to 3.18 Bundle 69 added AM AK
3 6/2 30.06.10 22 – 35 3.1 to 3.18 Bundles 95-99 KW AK
revised
3 6/2 30.06.10 24 3.3 revised GC AK
3 6/2 30.06.10 25 3.5 Bundle 7 removed GC AK
3 6/2 30.06.10 34 3.14 Bundles 105 & 107 revised CW AK
3 6/2 30.06.10 34 3.15 Bundle 207 revised GC AK
3 6/2 30.06.10 34 3.16 Bundle 7 revised GC AK
3 6/2 30.06.10 34 3.16 Bundle 0 added GC AK
4 7/1 12.11.14 41 CAD_Layers 4.1 revised SM MH
4 6/1 30.04.09 37 CAD_Layers 4.1 revised GC AK
4 6/1 30.04.09 38 CAD_Layers 4.2 revised GC AK
4 6/2 30.06.10 38 CAD_Layers 4.1 revised GC AK
5 7/0 12.04.13 49 5.4.1 revised BS MH
5 7/0 12.04.13 53 5.7.2 revised KM MH
5 6/3 03.0.11 48 5.4.2 revised GC NH
5 6/3 14.03.11 50 5.7.2 revised AM AK
5 6/1 30.04.09 42 5.3.1 TB added LR AK
5 6/1 30.04.09 44 5.4.1 09 amended LN AK
5 6/1 30.04.09 45 5.4.1 77 added & 99 amended MF AK
5 6/1 30.04.09 47 5.5 revised MF AK
5 6/1 30.04.09 45 5.5.1 revised MF AK
5 6/1 30.04.09 47 5.6 revised GM AK
5 6/1 30.04.09 48 5.6.1 revised GM AK
6 7/0 12.04.13 55 6. revised KM MH
6 7/0 12.04.13 56 EG71-1-1 revised KM MH
7 7/2 12.11.15 56-62 Drain additions and deletions KM SD
7 6/3 14.03.11 54 - 60 7 revised MD AK
8 7/2 12.11.15 69 GB72-60-83.2 revised KM MH
8 7/0 12.04.13 64 8 revised BS MH
8 7/0 12.04.13 68 GB72-60-1 revised SM MH
8 7/0 12.04.13 69 GB72-60-2 revised SM MH
8 6/2 30.06.10 65 GB72-60-1 revised SM AK
8 7/2 12.11.15 71 9 revised KM MH
9 7/1 12.11.14 72 9 revised KM MH
9 7/1 12.11.14 74 9 PTW and D&C removed KM MH
9 7/1 12.11.14 74 9.1.1.6 Rev Y instructions added KM MH
9 7/1 12.11.14 9.Design and Construct Title KM MH
block removed

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REVISION STATUS
SECT. VER./ DATE PAGES REVISION DESCRIPTION RVWD. APRV.
REV. REVISED (Section, Clause, Sub-Clause)

9 7/0 12.04.13 72 9. revised KM MH


9 7/0 12.04.13 75 9.1.3 Hold points added SE MH
9 7/0 12.04.13 76 Sample drawing updated KM MH
9 6/3 14.03.11 69 AutoCAD version revised GC AK
9 6/1 30.04.09 68 9 AutoCAD version amended GC AK
9 6/1 30.04.09 69 9.1.1.5 revised GC AK
9 6/1 30.04.09 71 9.1.1.8 added GC AK
10 7/1 12.11.14 79-87 10 Flow charts revised KM MH
10 6/1 30.04.09 74 10 DMS / aquaDRAW GC AK
definition added
10 6/1 30.04.09 77 - 85 10 Reference to microfilming GC AK
removed
11 7/1 12.11.14 82 11.1 Table 5 revised KM MH
11 6/1 30.04.09 95 11.3 Table revised & note 5 LN AK
added
11 6/2 30.06.10 90 & 92 11.1 Tables 2 & 9 removed KR AK
11 6/2 30.06.10 93 11.2 Part A revised KR AK
12 7/2 12.11.15 94 12 revised KM MH
12 7/0 12.04.13 96 12.1.2 Local removed KM MH
12 6/3 14.03.11 95 12.1.2 MGA94-48 added GC AK
14 7/2 12.11.15 102 14.3 revised KM MH
14 7/2 12.11.15 106 Non Drinking Water added KM CW
14 7/1 12.11.14 106 14.3.3 revised KM MH
14 7/1 12.11.14 107,108 14.3.6 Drainage requirements KM MH
added
14 7/0 12.04.13 103 14.1 & 14.2 revised KM MH
14 7/0 12.04.13 108 14.3.8 revised KM MH
14 6/3 14.03.11 102 14.1 revised KM AK
14 6/1 30.04.09 104 - 105 14.3.1 b) & c) revised WE AK
14 6/1 30.04.09 105 14.3.2 revised GC AK
14 6/1 30.04.09 106 14.3.3 revised GC AK
14 6/1 30.04.09 106 14.3.4 revised GC AK
14 6/2 30.06.10 102 14.1 revised GC AK
15 7/2 12.11.15 107,116 Wickham & Morowa planset KM MH
amended
15 7/1 12.11.14 109,118 15 Bridgetown scheme renamed KM MH
to Warren Blackwood
15 6/3 14/03/11 108 15 Bridgetown titles amended GC AK
16 7/0 12.04.13 117 16 revised BS MH

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DESIGN STANDARD DS 80
WCX CAD Standard
CONTENTS
Section Page
1 INTRODUCTION......................................................................................................................12
1.1 Drawing Process Requirements: ..............................................................................................12
2 PLANSET CREATION - TYPE EXAMPLE PLANSET TITLES ........................................14
2.1 Electrical and/or Instrumentation Drawings of Existing Assets ...........................................14
2.2 Wastewater Treatment Plants ..................................................................................................14
2.2.1 Metropolitan Prerequisites to Works ...........................................................................................14
2.2.2 Country Prerequisites to Works ...................................................................................................14
2.2.3 Metropolitan Plants ......................................................................................................................15
2.2.4 Country Plants..............................................................................................................................15
2.3 Wastewater Conveyance ...........................................................................................................15
2.3.1 Metropolitan Prerequisites to Works ...........................................................................................15
2.3.2 Country Prerequisites to Works ...................................................................................................15
2.3.3 Metropolitan - Reticulation Area, Pumping Station, Overflow Risk Management,
Pressure Main & Main/Branch Sewer .........................................................................................15
2.3.3.1 For Reticulation Area With Gravity System Only .......................................................................15
2.3.3.2 For Reticulation Area With Pressure Sewer System Only ..........................................................15
2.3.3.3 For Reticulation Area With Both Gravity And Pressure Sewer Systems ....................................15
2.3.3.4 For Pumping Station And Pressure Main ....................................................................................16
2.3.3.5 For Pumping Station ....................................................................................................................16
2.3.3.6 For Pressure Main ........................................................................................................................16
2.3.3.7 For Main/Branch Sewer ...............................................................................................................16
2.3.4 Country - Reticulation Area, Pumping Station, Overflow Risk Management, Pressure
Main & Main/Branch Sewer ........................................................................................................16
2.3.4.1 For Reticulation Area...................................................................................................................16
2.3.4.2 For Pumping Station And Pressure Main Within Single Sewer District Town ..........................16
2.3.4.3 For Pumping Station Within Single Sewer District Town ..........................................................16
2.3.4.4 For Pumping Station And Pressure Main Within Multiple Sewer District Town .......................16
2.3.4.5 For Pumping Station Within Multiple Sewer District Town .......................................................16
2.3.4.6 For Pressure Main ........................................................................................................................16
2.3.4.7 For Main/Branch Sewer ...............................................................................................................16
2.4 Water Supply..............................................................................................................................17
2.4.1 Metropolitan Prerequisites to Works ...........................................................................................17
2.4.2 Country Prerequisites to Works ...................................................................................................17
2.4.3 Metropolitan - Distribution or Trunk Main, Water Treatment Plant, Reservoir, Pumping
Station & Groundwater Scheme ..................................................................................................17
2.4.3.1 For Distribution or Trunk Main ...................................................................................................17
2.4.3.2 For Water Treatment Plant ..........................................................................................................17
2.4.3.3 For Reservoir ...............................................................................................................................17
2.4.3.4 For Pumping Station ....................................................................................................................17
2.4.3.5 For Groundwater Scheme ............................................................................................................17
2.4.4 Country - Specific Project within Water Supply Scheme, Specific Project on Main
Conduit, ADWG Program & Aboriginal Community .................................................................18
2.4.4.1 For Specific Project within Water Supply Scheme .....................................................................18
2.4.4.2 For Specific Project on Main Conduit .........................................................................................18
2.4.4.3 For Aboriginal Community..........................................................................................................18

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2.5 Metropolitan Drainage ..............................................................................................................18
2.5.1 Main Drain, Branch Drain, Pumping Station & Pressure Main, Declared Drainage Area
Alteration & Declared Drainage Area Alteration (Ministerial)...................................................18
2.5.1.1 For Main Drain ............................................................................................................................18
2.5.1.2 For Branch Drain .........................................................................................................................18
2.5.1.3 For Branch Drain Pumping Station & Pressure Main .................................................................18
2.5.1.4 For Declared Drainage Area Alteration .......................................................................................18
2.5.1.5 For Declared Drainage Area Alteration (Ministerial) .................................................................18
2.6 Electrical, Mechanical & SCADA ............................................................................................19
2.6.1 Metropolitan - Specific Site and Country - Town & Regional Specific ......................................19
2.6.1.1 For Metropolitan - Specific Site ..................................................................................................19
2.6.1.2 For Country - Town Specific Site ................................................................................................19
2.6.1.3 For Country - Regional Site .........................................................................................................19
2.6.2 SCADA Drawings........................................................................................................................19
2.6.2.1 For Metropolitan UWSS - Planset HZ23 .....................................................................................19
2.6.2.2 For G&AWS MicroSCADA & UWSS - Planset CB81 ..............................................................19
2.6.2.3 For North West Region - Planset FW54 ......................................................................................19
2.6.2.4 For Mid West Region - Planset EQ42 .........................................................................................19
2.6.2.5 For South West Region - Planset HY74 ......................................................................................19
2.6.2.6 For Great Southern Region - Planset IB24 ..................................................................................19
2.7 Dams & Dam Safety ..................................................................................................................20
2.7.1.1 For Metropolitan ..........................................................................................................................20
2.7.1.2 For Regional.................................................................................................................................20
2.8 Development Services Branch ..................................................................................................21
2.8.1 Wastewater Reticulation Area & Extension, Pumping Station, Pressure Main &
Main/Branch Sewer .....................................................................................................................21
2.8.1.1 For Wastewater Reticulation Area - Subdivision Including Vacant Strata of Small
Landholdings Involving a Single Stage .......................................................................................21
2.8.1.2 For Wastewater Reticulation Area - Staged Subdivisions ...........................................................21
2.8.1.3 For Wastewater Reticulation Area – Subdivision with Advanced Works Agreement
(AWA) – Concept Plans ..............................................................................................................21
2.8.1.4 For Wastewater Reticulation Area – Subdivision with Advanced Works Agreement
(AWA) – Stages ...........................................................................................................................21
2.8.1.5 For Wastewater Reticulation Area – Subdivision with Multi Staged Works Agreement
(MSWA) – Concept Plans ...........................................................................................................21
2.8.1.6 For Wastewater Reticulation Area – Subdivision with Multi Staged Works Agreement
(MSWA) – Stages ........................................................................................................................21
2.8.1.7 For Wastewater Reticulation Extension - Subdivision of Existing Serviced Lots ......................22
2.8.1.8 For Wastewater Pumping Station & Pressure Main ....................................................................22
2.8.1.9 For Wastewater Pumping Station ................................................................................................22
2.8.1.10 For Wastewater Pressure Main ....................................................................................................22
2.8.1.11 For Wastewater Main/Branch Sewer ...........................................................................................22
2.8.2 Water Supply Reticulation, Pumping Station & Distribution or Trunk Main .............................22
2.8.2.1 For Water Reticulation - Subdivision Including Vacant Strata of Small Landholdings
Involving a Single Stage ..............................................................................................................22
2.8.2.2 For Water Supply Reticulation ....................................................................................................22
2.8.2.3 For Water Supply Reticulation – Subdivision with Advanced Works Agreement (AWA)
– Concept Plans ...........................................................................................................................22
2.8.2.4 For Water Supply Reticulation – Subdivision with Advanced Works Agreement (AWA)
– Stages ........................................................................................................................................23
2.8.2.5 For Water Supply Reticulation – Subdivision with Multi Staged Works Agreement
(MSWA) – Concept Plans ...........................................................................................................23
2.8.2.6 For Water Supply Reticulation – Subdivision with Multi Staged Works Agreement
(MSWA) – Stages ........................................................................................................................23

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2.8.2.7 For Pumping Station (Including Booster and Transfer) ..............................................................23
2.8.2.8 For Distribution or Trunk Main ...................................................................................................23
2.8.3 Network Expansion - Wastewater & Water Extension, Private Wastewater Pumping
Station & Drainage ......................................................................................................................23
2.8.3.1 For Wastewater Extension ...........................................................................................................23
2.8.3.2 For Water Supply Extension ........................................................................................................23
2.8.3.3 For Private Wastewater Pumping Station ....................................................................................23
2.8.3.4 For Drainage Plansets Refer ‘Section 2.5 - Metropolitan Drainage’...........................................23
2.9 Country Region ..........................................................................................................................24
2.9.1 Subdivision, Wastewater Extension, Water Supply Extension, Wastewater Private
Pumping Station & Drainage .......................................................................................................24
2.9.1.1 For Subdivision ............................................................................................................................24
2.9.1.2 For Staged Subdivision ................................................................................................................24
2.9.1.3 For Wastewater Extension ...........................................................................................................24
2.9.1.4 For Water Supply Extension ........................................................................................................24
2.9.1.5 For Wastewater & Water Supply Extension ................................................................................24
2.9.1.6 For Wastewater Private Pumping Station ....................................................................................24
2.9.1.7 For Drainage ................................................................................................................................24
2.10 Water Supply Systems - Functional Descriptions...................................................................24
3 BUNDLE NUMBERING CONVENTION ...............................................................................25
3.1 Major Wastewater Treatment Plants ......................................................................................26
3.2 Minor Wastewater Treatment Plants ......................................................................................27
3.3 Wastewater Conveyance - Reticulation Area (Gravity &/or Pressure Sewer System).......27
3.4 Wastewater Conveyance - Pumping Station & Pressure Main .............................................28
3.5 Wastewater Conveyance - Main & Branch Sewer .................................................................29
3.6 Water Treatment Plants & Membrane Treatment Plants ....................................................29
3.7 Water Supply - Reticulation .....................................................................................................30
3.8 Water Supply - Tank & Reservoir ...........................................................................................31
3.9 Water Supply - Pumping Station .............................................................................................31
3.10 Water Supply - Distribution, Bore or Trunk Main ................................................................32
3.11 Drainage & Irrigation - Urban & Country Main Drain ........................................................33
3.12 Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition (SCADA) ...............................................................34
3.12.1 Metropolitan - Specific Site & Country (Town & Regional) - Specific Site Drawings ..............34
3.12.2 SCADA Block Diagrams .............................................................................................................34
3.12.2.1 For Metropolitan UWSS - Planset HZ23 .....................................................................................34
3.12.2.2 For Goldfields and Agricultural Region- Planset CB81 ..............................................................35
3.12.2.3 For North West Region - Planset FW54 ......................................................................................35
3.12.2.4 For Mid West Region - Planset EQ42 .........................................................................................35
3.12.2.5 For South West Region - Planset HY74 ......................................................................................35
3.12.2.6 For Great Southern Region - Planset IB24 ..................................................................................35
3.12.2.7 Drawing Titles - SCADA.............................................................................................................35

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3.13 Dams & Dam Safety ..................................................................................................................36
3.14 Development Services Branch & Regions - Design Submissions - Water -
Reticulation (for subdivisional, MSWA and AWA projects only) ........................................37
3.15 Development Services Branch & Regions - Design Submissions - Wastewater -
Reticulation (for subdivisional, MSWA & AWA projects only) ...........................................37
3.16 Development Services Branch & Regions – MSWA & AWA Design Submissions –
Concept Plans .............................................................................................................................37
3.17 Development Services Branch & Regions - Design Submissions - Wastewater -
Private Pumping Station, Pressure Main & Associated Reticulation ..................................38
3.18 Development Services Branch & Network Expansion - Design Submissions –
Drainage & Irrigation ...............................................................................................................38
3.19 Water Reclamation Plant ..........................................................................................................38
3.20 Corporate Real Estate Branch - Water Corporation Facilities -Design Submissions ........39
4 DRAWING DEFAULT LAYERING SYSTEMS ....................................................................40
5 EQUIPMENT NUMBERING SYSTEM ..................................................................................44
5.1 Introduction ................................................................................................................................44
5.2 General Description of System .................................................................................................44
5.3 Equipment Types .......................................................................................................................44
5.3.1 General Plant Equipment .............................................................................................................44
5.3.2 Water Conveyance Systems .........................................................................................................47
5.4 Process / Facilities ......................................................................................................................47
5.4.1 Wastewater Treatment Plants ......................................................................................................47
5.4.2 Water Treatment Plants ...............................................................................................................49
5.5 Wastewater Treatment Plant Equipment Identification Numbers ......................................50
5.5.1 Wastewater Treatment Plants (Instruments) ................................................................................51
5.6 Water Treatment Plant Equipment Identification Numbers ................................................51
5.6.1 Water Treatment Plants (Instruments) .........................................................................................51
5.7 Water Conveyance Equipment Identification Numbers ........................................................52
5.7.1 General .........................................................................................................................................52
5.7.2 Valves and Flow Meters ..............................................................................................................52
5.8 Water Reticulation Equipment Identification Numbers .......................................................53
5.8.1 General .........................................................................................................................................53
5.8.2 Bores ............................................................................................................................................53
6 STANDARD COLOUR CODING FOR PIPEWORK ............................................................54
7 REGISTERED PLANSET NUMBERS FOR EXISTING METROPOLITAN DRAINS....56
8 WATER CORPORATION - PROCESS & INSTRUMENTATION DIAGRAM (P&ID)
STANDARD SYMBOLS ............................................................................................................63
8.1 Drawing Production Procedure................................................................................................63
8.1.1 Asset Identification ......................................................................................................................64
8.1.2 Order of Detail Arrangement .......................................................................................................64
8.1.3 Note on Drawing ..........................................................................................................................64
8.1.4 Attribute Data ..............................................................................................................................64
8.1.5 File Delimiters .............................................................................................................................64
8.1.6 Use of Grids and Snaps ................................................................................................................64
8.1.7 Layer and Linetypes .....................................................................................................................64

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8.2 Extract Procedure ......................................................................................................................64
8.2.1 Attribute Extraction .....................................................................................................................64
8.3 Spreadsheet Procedure ..............................................................................................................65
9 WATER CORPORATION – DRAWING CHECKING, APPROVAL AND CANCELLING
REQUIREMENTS ......................................................................................................................71
9.1.1 Drawing Checking and Approval ................................................................................................72
9.1.1.1 Check by Draftsperson .................................................................................................................72
9.1.1.2 Drafting Check .............................................................................................................................72
9.1.1.3 Design Calculations and Check (If Design Input Within Drawing) ............................................72
9.1.1.4 Review and Recommendation .....................................................................................................72
9.1.1.5 Review and Approval ..................................................................................................................73
9.1.1.6 Revision Responsibilities.............................................................................................................73
9.1.1.7 Design Survey and ‘As Constructed’ Survey Recording .............................................................73
9.1.2 Drawing Revision to Cancelled Status ........................................................................................74
9.1.2.1 Case 1 ...........................................................................................................................................74
9.1.2.2 Case 2 ...........................................................................................................................................74
9.1.3 ‘Hold’ Points ................................................................................................................................74
10 WATER CORPORATION - DRAWING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (AQUADRAW)
PROCEDURAL FLOW CHARTS, GROUPS & FUNCTIONALITY..................................76
11 STANDARD WATER, WASTEWATER & TREATMENT PROCESS PIPEWORK
DESIGNATIONS ........................................................................................................................88
11.1 Pipe Type Designations .............................................................................................................89
11.2 Joint, Coating and Lining Designations ...................................................................................92
11.3 Pipe Contents Abbreviations ....................................................................................................93
12 VERTICAL DATUM & COORDINATE SYSTEM DESIGNATIONS ................................94
12.1.1 Vertical Datum .............................................................................................................................94
12.1.2 Coordinate System for NEW Drawings .......................................................................................94
12.2 Coordinate System for REVISED Drawings...........................................................................95
13 WATER CORPORATION SURVEY FEATURE CODES ....................................................97
14 ‘AS CONSTRUCTED’ DRAWING REQUIREMENTS ......................................................101
14.1 General Requirements .............................................................................................................101
14.2 Format of ‘As Constructed’ Drawings ..................................................................................101
14.3 Required ‘As Constructed’ Information Detail ....................................................................102
14.3.1 Wastewater Pumping Station &/or Pressure Main ....................................................................102
14.3.2 Wastewater Main Sewers...........................................................................................................103
14.3.3 Water Supply Distribution Pipelines .........................................................................................104
14.3.4 Water Supply Distribution Tanks ..............................................................................................104
14.3.5 Dams and Dam Safety................................................................................................................105
14.3.6 Urban Main Drain & Country Drains ........................................................................................105
14.3.7 Water Supply Reticulation .........................................................................................................106
14.3.8 Non Drinking Water Reticulation ..............................................................................................106
14.3.9 Wastewater Reticulation ............................................................................................................106
14.3.10 Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants ...................................................................................106

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15 WATER CORPORATION - REGISTERED PLANSET NUMBERS FOR EXISTING WATER
SYSTEM FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTIONS .........................................................................107
16 WATER CORPORATION - FUNCTIONAL CONTROL DIAGRAM (FCD) STANDARD
SYMBOLS .................................................................................................................................117
16.1 Drawing Production Procedure..............................................................................................117
16.1.1 Drawing Sheet Size ....................................................................................................................118
16.1.2 Use of Grids and Snaps ..............................................................................................................118
16.1.3 Linetypes ....................................................................................................................................118
16.1.4 Planset Allocation ......................................................................................................................118

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1 INTRODUCTION
All drawings produced for the Water Corporation shall be metric, in accordance with AS 1100 and
drawn on A1, A2, A3 or A4 sheets. All hardcopy drawings issued to the Water Corporation for final
acceptance shall be original sheet size. Standard Water Corporation drawing sheets will be supplied to
the Contractor in electronic form on the WCX (Water Corporation eXternal) Compact
Disc/download*, for AutoCAD or MicroStation. The Contractor shall ensure that the standard
electronic drawing sheet is used for all CAD produced drawings and shall ensure that all of the
appropriate fields within the titleblock are completed.
Each drawing prepared by the Contractor shall carry a suitable identification label (eg electronic
insert) stating the title of the Contractor's firm, separate from the titleblock, but positioned within or
as close to the titleblock as possible. For example, refer ‘Section 9 - Drawing AA99-1-2-3A’.
All drawings shall be delivered to the Water Corporation in both electronic and hardcopy form.
Drawings shall be supplied in AutoCAD 2012 (or later). MicroStation drawings may also be accepted
subject to prior approval by the DMS Manager or when existing MicroStation drawings are being
revised. Drawings in AutoCAD LT, AutoCAD for Mac, Drafix, DesignCAD, Briscad or similar
format will not be accepted. New projects shall consist of drawings in one CAD package or the other,
but not a mixture of both. New drawings for existing assets shall be submitted in the same format as
any existing CAD drawings. Where an existing asset has a combination of formats contact the DMS
Manager for direction.
Any electronic drawings supplied to the Water Corporation must be independent of any dependencies
on software other than AutoCAD or MicroStation. Such software includes applications based on
AutoCAD or MicroStation, object enablers, third party applications, and so on. Such software may be
used during the creation and modification of drawings, but any drawing provided to the Water
Corporation must not retain any reliance on such software in order to maintain the drawing's
completeness or correctness.
The drawings shall include any Reference (MicroStation) or Xref (AutoCAD) files relating to those
particular drawings. AutoCAD drawings shall not reference MicroStation drawings and MicroStation
drawings shall not reference AutoCAD drawings. It is important to note that no registered drawing
submitted to the Water Corporation for final acceptance may attach any other registered drawing as a
reference or Xref file.
The Water Corporation’s Project Manager, Design Manager, Land Servicing Consultant, DMS
Manager, Planning Manager, CAD User or Planset Administrator will supply the formal Planset
number and title lines 1 and 2 to the Contractor upon request.
The Contractor shall modify and complete the Water Corporation titleblock as follows:-
(a) The appropriate first initial and full surname shall be inserted into the ‘Drawn’, ‘Q.C.
Checked’, ‘Design Calc’ (if applicable) and ‘Design Checked’ (if applicable), fields.
(b) The statutory titles in each signatory box shall be amended to that of the Contractor’s engineer
or representative who has checked the drawing and who takes professional responsibility for
the drawing content.
(c) Every signatory box in the titleblock shall be dated and signed by the person whose statutory
title is mentioned within.
The Vertical Datum and Coordinate System boxes shall have a DMS (aquaDRAW) compliant entry
indicating the relevant geo-spatial datum. Refer ‘Section 12 - Vertical Datum & Coordinate System
Designations’.

1.1 Drawing Process Requirements:


For all approved drawings and subsequent revisions, the DMSOUT routine shall be run from inside
AutoCAD or MicroStation and the resultant output (dwg, dgn or zip) file/s sent together with, a

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signed original sheet size** hardcopy print, to the Water Corporation’s Design Manager, Land
Servicing Consultant, DMS Manager, Planning Manager CAD User or project owner as appropriate.
The resultant output file/s can be found in the C:\aquaDRAW\CheckIn folder (although the setting for
this location may be user-modified after installation). The DMSOUT routine interrogates the
titleblock and verifies that it has been completed correctly and is DMS (aquaDRAW) compliant.
Refer ‘Section 10 - DMS Procedures 8, 9, 10 and 11 for the Final Drawing Process.
All new drawings submitted to the Water Corporation for final acceptance and archival into the Water
Corporation’s Drawing Management System (DMS***) shall be issue ‘A’. ie. no entry to be inserted
into the ‘Revision’ field of the titleblock. If the issue ‘A’ drawing contains ‘As Constructed’
information, the drawing shall be identified accordingly with a prominent block within the body of the
drawing labelled "As Constructed" or similar and signed and dated by the constructor to certify ‘As
Constructed’ data accuracy.
All Engineering Summary Report (ESR) and Concept Design Report (CDR) Drawings shall be
marked as such with a bold note in the body of the drawing as close to the bottom right as possible.
See sample title block layout – Section 9. Note: This does not apply to Electrical Design Summary
Drawings) (bundle 40)
Only previously archived drawings which have been checked-out of the DMS (aquaDRAW) for
revision will be accepted with an updated issue in the ‘Revision’ field of the titleblock. When a
drawing is required for revision, it shall be requested from the Corporation’s Project Manager, Design
Manager, Planning Manager or Land Servicing Consultant, then modified and returned with a new
issue (revision) letter in accordance with the WCX CAD Standard DS 80.****
If an existing Water Corporation Standard or Example drawing is required to be used (see note) for a
project, then the Standard or Example drawing shall be checked out of the DMS for copy and then all
of the titleblock information shall be updated to represent the Project. The updated information shall
include the drawing title, drawing number, Designer’s Recommended / Approved names, dates and
titles and Design and Drawn names. A bold note shall also be included in the body of the drawing to
identify the source Standard or Example drawing. eg. “This drawing has been derived from XY99-99-
1A”. It is most important to include the Revision letter of the Standard or Example drawing in the
bold note.
Note: It is not a requirement to include Standard Water or Wastewater reticulation or pipe fittings
drawings in the project Planset. However, if any reference to a Standard drawing is required, the
specific drawing number (including revision) shall be stated.
The drawing titleblock integrity shall not be changed in any way. Drawings, which fail titleblock
integrity checking by the Water Corporation, will be rejected and returned to the Contractor for
correction.
All preliminary drawings/images submitted to the Water Corporation for “comment” shall be marked
“preliminary” by using the PRELIM PDF/TIFOUT routine.
Enquiries relating to drawings management and DMS (aquaDRAW) processes should be directed to
the DMS Manager, Infrastructure Design Branch on 9420 2904. Enquiries relating to the technical
content of Section 11 should be directed to the Program Manager Standards, Infrastructure Design
Branch on 9420 2318.
* The WCX Download can be obtained from the Quality Officer, Infrastructure Design Branch of the
Water Corporation at IDB.StandardsEnquiries@watercorporation.com.au.
** Signed half-scale reduced prints of original sheet size drawings will not be accepted. The Water
Corporation requires an original sheet size print of each drawing for scanning purposes, to ensure an
acceptable level of clarity of image for loading into the DMS (aquaDRAW).
*** The reference to DMS throughout this document refers to the Water Corporation’s Drawing
Management System and is accessed using the ‘aquaDRAW’ application which was rolled out to all
Water Corporation users in September 2008.
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2 PLANSET CREATION - TYPE EXAMPLE PLANSET


TITLES
A Planset is a collection of drawings which are all related to the same project. Each Planset has a
unique number (Planset number) and a two line descriptor (Planset title). The current Planset number
format is <double alpha><double numeric> eg AL46.
The following type example Planset titles are to be used as a guide only. The DMS Manager, DMS
Administrator, CAD User or Planset Administrator with aquaDRAW access, who is creating a new
Planset, shall adhere to the examples shown so that some consistency will be maintained throughout
Planset titles within the Water Corporation’s Drawing Management System (DMS - aquaDRAW).
Refer ‘Section 9’ for the Water Corporation’s sample titleblock layouts.
For external Designers / Alliance Partners / Contractors, the Water Corporation’s Project Manager,
Design Manager, Land Servicing Consultant, DMS Manager, Planning Manager, CAD user or Planset
Administrator will supply the formal Planset number and title lines 1 and 2 upon request.
The mandatory Planset title lines 1 and 2 are system protected and once registered, may only be
modified by the System Administrator. Every drawing within a particular Planset will have the same
Planset title lines 1 and 2. When an electronic drawing is checked-in to the DMS (aquaDRAW), title
lines 3 and 4, which are drawing specific, will be extracted from the drawing and will overwrite the
information for those titles held in the system.

2.1 Electrical and/or Instrumentation Drawings of Existing Assets


Each site has a single Planset number that includes all Electrical and/or Instrumentation maintenance
drawings for assets on that site. When new work is carried out on an existing site, the Electrical
and/or Instrumentation drawings shall be created as revisions to the existing drawings, or, where new
assets are added, new drawing sheets with relevant bundle number (refer Section 3) shall be created
under the same site Planset number. The above requirements shall apply to all stages of design.

2.2 Wastewater Treatment Plants


Planset Creation - Type Example Planset Titles:

2.2.1 Metropolitan Prerequisites to Works


Line 1 METROPOLITAN WASTEWATER
Line 2 BEENYUP WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
Drawing Titles
Line 3 PREREQUISITES TO WORKS
Line 4 NOTICE OF PROPOSAL - GENERAL WORKS

2.2.2 Country Prerequisites to Works


Line 1 PORT HEDLAND WASTEWATER
Line 2 WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
Drawing Titles
Line 3 PREREQUISITES TO WORKS
Line 4 NOTICE OF PROPOSAL - MAJOR WORKS

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2.2.3 Metropolitan Plants


Line 1 METROPOLITAN WASTEWATER
Line 2 BEENYUP WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT

2.2.4 Country Plants


Line 1 BUNBURY WASTEWATER
Line 2 WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT

2.3 Wastewater Conveyance


Planset Creation - Type Example Planset Titles:

2.3.1 Metropolitan Prerequisites to Works


Line 1 METROPOLITAN WASTEWATER
Line 2 RETICULATION AREA EAST CANNINGTON 1A PUMPING STATION & PM
Drawing Titles
Line 3 PREREQUISITES TO WORKS
Line 4 NOTICE OF PROPOSAL - GENERAL WORKS [OR MAJOR WORKS]

2.3.2 Country Prerequisites to Works


Line 1 QUAIRADING WASTEWATER
Line 2 RETICULATION AREA QUAIRADING 1A, PUMPING STATION & PM
Drawing Titles
Line 3 PREREQUISITES TO WORKS
Line 4 NOTICE OF PROPOSAL - GENERAL WORKS [OR MAJOR WORKS]

2.3.3 Metropolitan - Reticulation Area, Pumping Station, Overflow Risk


Management, Pressure Main & Main/Branch Sewer
It is important to remember that Reticulation Area and Pumping Station/Pressure Main Plansets must
have separate Planset numbers except for Prerequisites to Works plans.
2.3.3.1 For Reticulation Area With Gravity System Only
Line 1 METROPOLITAN WASTEWATER
Line 2 RETICULATION AREA EAST CANNINGTON 8G
2.3.3.2 For Reticulation Area With Pressure Sewer System Only
Line 1 METROPOLITAN WASTEWATER - PRESSURE SEWER SYSTEM
Line 2 RETICULATION AREA CLAREMONT 1A
2.3.3.3 For Reticulation Area With Both Gravity And Pressure Sewer Systems
Line 1 METROPOLITAN WASTEWATER - GRAVITY & PRESSURE SEWER SYSTEM
Line 2 RETICULATION AREA BASSENDEAN 16A

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2.3.3.4 For Pumping Station And Pressure Main


Line 1 METROPOLITAN WASTEWATER
Line 2 EAST CANNINGTON PUMPING STATION NO.4 - SEVENOAKS ST & PM
2.3.3.5 For Pumping Station
Line 1 METROPOLITAN WASTEWATER
Line 2 EAST CANNINGTON PUMPING STATION NO.4 - SEVENOAKS ST
2.3.3.6 For Pressure Main
Line 1 METROPOLITAN WASTEWATER
Line 2 EAST CANNINGTON PUMPING STATION NO.4 - SEVENOAKS ST PM
2.3.3.7 For Main/Branch Sewer
Line 1 METROPOLITAN WASTEWATER
Line 2 DN1200 WANNEROO MAIN SEWER - SECTION 3 - EAST ROAD

2.3.4 Country - Reticulation Area, Pumping Station, Overflow Risk


Management, Pressure Main & Main/Branch Sewer
2.3.4.1 For Reticulation Area
Line 1 QUAIRADING WASTEWATER
Line 2 RETICULATION AREA QUAIRADING 1A
2.3.4.2 For Pumping Station And Pressure Main Within Single Sewer District Town
Line 1 QUAIRADING WASTEWATER
Line 2 PUMPING STATION NO.1 - GREAT EASTERN HIGHWAY & PM
2.3.4.3 For Pumping Station Within Single Sewer District Town
Line 1 QUAIRADING WASTEWATER
Line 2 PUMPING STATION NO.1 - GREAT EASTERN HIGHWAY
2.3.4.4 For Pumping Station And Pressure Main Within Multiple Sewer District Town
Line 1 MANDURAH WASTEWATER
Line 2 DAWESVILLE PUMPING STATION NO.14 - ESTUARY RD & PM
2.3.4.5 For Pumping Station Within Multiple Sewer District Town
Line 1 GERALDTON WASTEWATER
Line 2 BAYSIDE PUMP STATION NO.W14 - WHITEHILL RD DRUMMOND COVE
2.3.4.6 For Pressure Main
Line 1 QUAIRDING WASTEWATER
Line 2 PUMPING STATION NO.1 - GREAT EASTERN HIGHWAY PM
2.3.4.7 For Main/Branch Sewer
Line 1 ALBANY WASTEWATER
Line 2 DN1200 BAYONET HEAD MAIN SEWER - SECTION 1 - YORK STREET

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2.4 Water Supply


Planset Creation - Type Example Planset Titles:

2.4.1 Metropolitan Prerequisites to Works


Line 1 METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY
Line 2 DN300/400/600 MAIN CONNOLLY DRIVE - CLARKSON KINROSS
Drawing Titles
Line 3 PREREQUISITES TO WORKS
Line 4 NOTICE OF PROPOSAL - GENERAL WORKS [OR MAJOR WORKS]

2.4.2 Country Prerequisites to Works


Line 1 GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER SUPPLY - MAIN CONDUIT
Line 2 NULLA NULLA PUMPING STATION & 5000M3 RCC STORAGE TANK
Drawing Titles
Line 3 PREREQUISITES TO WORKS
Line 4 NOTICE OF PROPOSAL - GENERAL WORKS [OR MAJOR WORKS]

2.4.3 Metropolitan - Distribution or Trunk Main, Water Treatment Plant,


Reservoir, Pumping Station & Groundwater Scheme
2.4.3.1 For Distribution or Trunk Main
Line 1 METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY
Line 2 DN1000 DISTRIBUTION MAIN - WANNEROO RD WANNEROO
Drawing Title
Line 3 CLARKSON AVE TO WANNEROO RESERVOIR
2.4.3.2 For Water Treatment Plant
Line 1 METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY
Line 2 WANNEROO WATER TREATMENT PLANT PINJAR
2.4.3.3 For Reservoir
Line 1 METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY
Line 2 NEERABUP RESERVOIR - BURNS BEACH ROAD
2.4.3.4 For Pumping Station
Line 1 METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY
Line 2 NEERABUP TRANSFER PUMPING STATION - FLYNN DRIVE
2.4.3.5 For Groundwater Scheme
Line 1 METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY
Line 2 NEERABUP GROUNDWATER SCHEME

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2.4.4 Country - Specific Project within Water Supply Scheme, Specific Project
on Main Conduit, ADWG Program & Aboriginal Community
2.4.4.1 For Specific Project within Water Supply Scheme
Line 1 DONNYBROOK WATER SUPPLY
Line 2 WATER TREATMENT PLANT - BRIDGE STREET
2.4.4.2 For Specific Project on Main Conduit
Line 1 GOLDFIELDS & AGRIC WATER SUPPLY MAIN CONDUIT - CUNDERDIN
Line 2 CHLORINATION BUILDING - REPLACEMENT
2.4.4.3 For Aboriginal Community
Line 1 WATER SUPPLY TANKS - KALUMBURU ABORIGINAL COMMUNITY
Line 2 1125M3 RCC TANK - BOOMERANG ROAD

2.5 Metropolitan Drainage


It is important to note that each existing Metropolitan Drain has its own Planset number, ie any new
drawings created for an existing drain will maintain the current Planset number.
Planset Creation - Type Example Planset Titles:

2.5.1 Main Drain, Branch Drain, Pumping Station & Pressure Main, Declared
Drainage Area Alteration & Declared Drainage Area Alteration
(Ministerial)
2.5.1.1 For Main Drain
Line 1 METROPOLITAN DRAINAGE
Line 2 WILLIAM ROAD MAIN DRAIN 61701
2.5.1.2 For Branch Drain
Line 1 METROPOLITAN DRAINAGE
Line 2 HIRD ROAD BRANCH DRAIN 80504
2.5.1.3 For Branch Drain Pumping Station & Pressure Main
Line 1 METROPOLITAN DRAINAGE
Line 2 MERRICK WAY BRANCH DRAIN 30302 PUMPING STATION & PM
2.5.1.4 For Declared Drainage Area Alteration
Line 1 METROPOLITAN DRAINAGE - DECLARED DRAINAGE AREA ALTERATION
Line 2 ELLENBROOK 2000 ADDITIONS
Drawing Title
Line 3 LOCALITY PLAN
2.5.1.5 For Declared Drainage Area Alteration (Ministerial)
Line 1 METROPOLITAN DRAINAGE - DECLARED DRAINAGE AREA ALTERATION
Line 2 ELLENBROOK 2000 ADDITION
Drawing Title
Line 3 SIGNATURE PLAN - SHEET 1 OF X
Important Note: Refer ‘Section 7’ for list of registered Planset numbers for existing Metropolitan Drains.

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2.6 Electrical, Mechanical & SCADA


Planset Creation - Type Example Planset Titles:

2.6.1 Metropolitan - Specific Site and Country - Town & Regional Specific
2.6.1.1 For Metropolitan - Specific Site
Line 1 METROPOLITAN WASTEWATER [OR METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY]
Line 2 BEENYUP WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
2.6.1.2 For Country - Town Specific Site
Line 1 DUMBLEYUNG WATER SUPPLY
Line 2 CHLORINATION BUILDING
2.6.1.3 For Country - Regional Site
Line 1 GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL REGION
Line 2 LEONORA VHF REPEATER STATION

2.6.2 SCADA Drawings


All SCADA assets that include connection to the UWSS (Utility Wide SCADA System), the ABB
IWSS MicroSCADA or ABB G&AWS MicroSCADA, shall have an associated set of SCADA
drawings created.

2.6.3 The set of SCADA drawings created shall consist of a SCADA Block
Diagram, Communications Details and Communication Location Plan
drawings.
The drawings shall be allocated to Plansets as shown below:
2.6.3.1 For Metropolitan UWSS - Planset HZ23
Line 1 METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY AND WASTEWATER
Line 2 SCADA CONTROL AND COMMUNICATIONS
2.6.3.2 For G&AWS MicroSCADA & UWSS - Planset CB81
Line 1 GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER SUPPLY
Line 2 SCADA CONTROL AND COMMUNICATIONS
2.6.3.3 For North West Region - Planset FW54
Line 1 NORTH WEST REGION
Line 2 SCADA CONTROL AND COMMUNICATIONS
2.6.3.4 For Mid West Region - Planset EQ42
Line 1 MID WEST REGION
Line 2 SCADA CONTROL AND COMMUNICATIONS
2.6.3.5 For South West Region - Planset HY74
Line 1 SOUTH WEST REGION
Line 2 SCADA CONTROL AND COMMUNICATIONS
2.6.3.6 For Great Southern Region - Planset IB24
Line 1 GREAT SOUTHERN REGION

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2.7 Dams & Dam Safety


Planset Creation - Type Example Planset Titles:
2.7.1.1 For Metropolitan
Line 1 METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY
Line 2 CANNING DAM - REMEDIAL WORKS 2001
2.7.1.2 For Regional
Line 1 SOUTH WEST REGION
Line 2 HARRIS DAM - REHABILITATION 2001

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2.8 Development Services Branch


Planset Creation - Type Example Planset Titles:

2.8.1 Wastewater Reticulation Area & Extension, Pumping Station, Pressure


Main & Main/Branch Sewer
2.8.1.1 For Wastewater Reticulation Area - Subdivision Including Vacant Strata of Small
Landholdings Involving a Single Stage
Line 1 METROPOLITAN SUBDIVISION WAPC 105861 [OR VS 445-07]
Line 2 LOT 13 CNR GAY & HARPENDEN STS HUNTINGDALE
Drawing Title
Line 3 WASTEWATER - HUNTINGDALE 6
2.8.1.2 For Wastewater Reticulation Area - Staged Subdivisions
Line 1 METROPOLITAN SUBDIVISION WAPC 105862
Line 2 LIVINGSTONE GARDENS THORNLIE - STAGE 2
Drawing Title
Line 3 WASTEWATER - HUNTINGDALE 6
2.8.1.3 For Wastewater Reticulation Area – Subdivision with Advanced Works Agreement
(AWA) – Concept Plans
Line 1 METROPOLITAN SUBDIVISION WAPC 143298 123456 AWA
Line 2 LOT 609 YANCHEP BEACH ROAD YANCHEP – CONCEPT PLANS
Drawing Title
Line 3 WASTEWATER – YANCHEP 1
2.8.1.4 For Wastewater Reticulation Area – Subdivision with Advanced Works Agreement
(AWA) – Stages
Line 1 METROPOLITAN SUBDIVISION WAPC 143298 123456 AWA
Line 2 LOT 609 YANCHEP BEACH ROAD YANCHEP – STAGE ‘X’
2.8.1.5 For Wastewater Reticulation Area – Subdivision with Multi Staged Works Agreement
(MSWA) – Concept Plans
Line 1 METROPOLITAN SUBDIVISION WAPC 143298 123456 MSWA
Line 2 LOT 609 YANCHEP BEACH ROAD YANCHEP – CONCEPT PLANS
Drawing Title
Line 3 WASTEWATER – YANCHEP 1
2.8.1.6 For Wastewater Reticulation Area – Subdivision with Multi Staged Works Agreement
(MSWA) – Stages
Line 1 METROPOLITAN SUBDIVISION WAPC 143298 123456 MSWA
Line 2 LOT 609 YANCHEP BEACH ROAD YANCHEP – STAGE ‘X’

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2.8.1.7 For Wastewater Reticulation Extension - Subdivision of Existing Serviced Lots
Line 1 METROPOLITAN SUBDIVISION WAPC 100830
Line 2 LOT 14 CNR MITFORD & SERVETUS STS CLAREMONT
Drawing Title
Line 3 WASTEWATER - CLAREMONT 1D - EXTENSION
2.8.1.8 For Wastewater Pumping Station & Pressure Main
Line 1 METROPOLITAN WASTEWATER WAPC 100000
Line 2 EAST CANNINGTON PUMPING STATION NO.4 - SEVENOAKS ST & PM
2.8.1.9 For Wastewater Pumping Station
Line 1 METROPOLITAN WASTEWATER WAPC 100000
Line 2 EAST CANNINGTON PUMPING STATION NO.4 - SEVENOAKS ST
2.8.1.10 For Wastewater Pressure Main
Line 1 METROPOLITAN WASTEWATER WAPC 100000
Line 2 EAST CANNINGTON PUMP STATION NO.4 - SEVENOAKS ST PM
2.8.1.11 For Wastewater Main/Branch Sewer
Line 1 METROPOLITAN WASTEWATER WAPC 100000
Line 2 DN1050 WANNEROO MAIN SEWER - SECTION 3
Important Note: Reticulation Area and Pumping Station/Pressure Main Plansets shall have separate
Planset numbers except for Prerequisites to Works plans.

2.8.2 Water Supply Reticulation, Pumping Station & Distribution or Trunk


Main
2.8.2.1 For Water Reticulation - Subdivision Including Vacant Strata of Small Landholdings
Involving a Single Stage
Line 1 METROPOLITAN SUBDIVISION WAPC 105861 [OR VS 445-07]
Line 2 LOT 13 CNR GAY & HARPENDEN STS HUNTINGDALE
Drawing Title
Line 3 WATER SUPPLY - GOSNELLS RIVERTON GRAVITY
2.8.2.2 For Water Supply Reticulation
Line 1 METROPOLITAN SUBDIVISION WAPC 100000
Line 2 LIVINGSTONE GARDENS THORNLIE - STAGE 2
Drawing Title
Line 3 WATER SUPPLY - GOSNELLS RIVERTON GRAVITY
2.8.2.3 For Water Supply Reticulation – Subdivision with Advanced Works Agreement (AWA)
– Concept Plans
Line 1 METROPOLITAN SUBDIVISION WAPC 143298 123456 AWA
Line 2 LOT 609 YANCHEP BEACH ROAD YANCHEP – CONCEPT PLANS
Drawing Title
Line 3 WATER SUPPLY – YANCHEP GRAVITY

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2.8.2.4 For Water Supply Reticulation – Subdivision with Advanced Works Agreement (AWA)
– Stages
Line 1 METROPOLITAN SUBDIVISION WAPC 143298 123456 AWA
Line 2 LOT 609 YANCHEP BEACH ROAD YANCHEP – STAGE ‘X’
2.8.2.5 For Water Supply Reticulation – Subdivision with Multi Staged Works Agreement
(MSWA) – Concept Plans
Line 1 METROPOLITAN SUBDIVISION WAPC 143298 123456 MSWA
Line 2 LOT 609 YANCHEP BEACH ROAD YANCHEP – CONCEPT PLANS
Drawing Title
Line 3 WATER SUPPLY – YANCHEP GRAVITY
2.8.2.6 For Water Supply Reticulation – Subdivision with Multi Staged Works Agreement
(MSWA) – Stages
Line 1 METROPOLITAN SUBDIVISION WAPC 143298 123456 MSWA
Line 2 LOT 609 YANCHEP BEACH ROAD YANCHEP – STAGE ‘X’
2.8.2.7 For Pumping Station (Including Booster and Transfer)
Line 1 METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY WAPC 100456
Line 2 NEERABUP TRANSFER PUMPING STATION - FLYNN DRIVE
2.8.2.8 For Distribution or Trunk Main
Line 1 METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY WAPC 100789
Line 2 DN1000 DISTRIBUTION MAIN - WANNEROO RD WANNEROO
Drawing Title
Line 3 CLARKSON AVE TO WANNEROO RESERVOIR

2.8.3 Network Expansion - Wastewater & Water Extension, Private Wastewater


Pumping Station & Drainage
2.8.3.1 For Wastewater Extension
Line 1 WASTEWATER SCARBOROUGH 19F - EXTENSION
Line 2 LOT 264 SOUTHBOURNE STREET SCARBOROUGH
2.8.3.2 For Water Supply Extension
Line 1 WATER SUPPLY - THOMPSONS LAKE GRAVITY - EXTENSION
Line 2 LOT 226 JANDAKOT ROAD SOUTH LAKE
2.8.3.3 For Private Wastewater Pumping Station
Line 1 WASTEWATER BALCATTA 15C - PRIVATE PUMPING STATION
Line 2 LOT 2 KING EDWARD ROAD OSBORNE PARK
2.8.3.4 For Drainage Plansets Refer ‘Section 2.5 - Metropolitan Drainage’

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2.9 Country Region


Planset Creation - Type Example Planset Titles:

2.9.1 Subdivision, Wastewater Extension, Water Supply Extension, Wastewater


Private Pumping Station & Drainage
2.9.1.1 For Subdivision
Line 1 SOUTH WEST REGION SUBDIVISION WAPC 109836
Line 2 LOT 1 LESLIE STREET EATON
2.9.1.2 For Staged Subdivision
Line 1 MID WEST REGION SUBDIVISION WAPC 126424
Line 2 LOTS 2113 & 2114 CHAPMAN ROAD SUNSET BEACH - STAGE 1B
2.9.1.3 For Wastewater Extension
Line 1 SOUTH WEST REGION WASTEWATER EXTENSION
Line 2 LOT 500 COLLEGE AVENUE BUSSELTON
2.9.1.4 For Water Supply Extension
Line 1 SOUTH WEST REGION WATER SUPPLY EXTENSION
Line 2 LOT 811 CASUARINA DRIVE BUNBURY
2.9.1.5 For Wastewater & Water Supply Extension
Line 1 GOLDFIELDS & AGRIC REGION WATER & WASTEWATER EXTENSION
Line 2 LOTS 159, 161 & 163 CNR DUKE & MORRELL STREETS NORTHAM
2.9.1.6 For Wastewater Private Pumping Station
Line 1 MID WEST REGION WASTEWATER PRIVATE PUMPING STATION
Line 2 LOT 227 CADIZ STREET CERVANTES
2.9.1.7 For Drainage
Line 1 SOUTH WEST REGION - BUSSELTON DRAINAGE DISTRICT
Line 2 VASSE RIVER DIVERSION UPGRADE TO 100 YEAR FLOOD LEVEL

2.10 Water Supply Systems - Functional Descriptions


Planset Creation - Planset Titles Usage:
Refer to ‘Section 15’ for the register of Planset numbers and titles for each existing water supply
system operated by the Water Corporation. The Planning Manager or DMS Manager shall authorise
the registration of new Plansets for future water supply systems.

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3 BUNDLE NUMBERING CONVENTION


This is a numeric within the complete drawing number, which is used to identify a group of drawings
relating to a specific process or portion of the project. The DMS Manager, DMS Administrator,
Planset Administrator or CAD user with aquaDRAW access allocates the bundle number if the
drawing is being prepared within the Water Corporation.
External Designers producing drawings for an existing Planset number, shall seek confirmation from
the Water Corporation’s Project Manager, Design Manager, Land Servicing Consultant or DMS
Manager for the next available drawing number in the appropriate bundle.
All drawings being produced externally with a new Planset number will have the bundle number
allocated by the External Designer. A copy of the final drawing list should be sent to the Water
Corporation’s Project Manager, Design Manager, Land Servicing Consultant, Planning Manager or
DMS Manager on completion, for registration into aquaDRAW.
Important note: For ELECTRICAL and/or INSTRUMENTATION drawings of existing assets only.

Where an existing site is to be upgraded or new assets are to be added to an existing site, it is essential
that the existing site drawings are considered and that the final drawing package incorporates
drawings of both existing and new works/assets in the final single drawing Planset. The new works
can be separated by using new drawing numbers under an existing bundle, or by adding new bundle
numbers to the Planset.
The designer shall consider the extent of the works and liaise with the Client Electrical Engineer to
agree a suitable approach to the numbering system. The numbering systems for existing assets shall be
strictly adhered to.
The designer shall update existing drawings where applicable to describe assets and circuits that are
to be modified during the new works and shall arrange cancellation of obsolete drawings where assets
are to be removed or made obsolete by the project. However, the designer will not be held responsible
for the validity of previous existing drawing information unless specifically directed by the Project
Manager to carry out a site audit and update of the existing drawings.
All proposed drawing number lists for ELECTRICAL and INSTRUMENTATION drawings shall be
approved by the Water Corporation’s Electrical Engineer prior to the creation of drawing/s.
Example: Drawing number AA99-mmm-nnn-xxA
Note: It is NOT necessary to zero pad the bundle, sheet or part sheet numbers within drawing number

Where AA99 = Planset number


mmm = bundle number
nnn = sheet number
xx = part sheet number (not necessary to show on drawing unless used. Part sheets are to
be used for multiple drawings with the same title. The fourth line should include
‘SHEET X OF Y’)
A = issue letter (revision issue) *
The person responsible for allocating a new bundle number/s, shall adhere to the lists shown so that
consistency will be maintained throughout drawing numbering within the Drawing Management
System (DMS - aquaDRAW).
* Note: All new drawings submitted to the Water Corporation for final acceptance and archival into the Water Corporation’s
Drawing Management System (DMS - aquaDRAW) shall be issue ‘A’. ie. no entries to be inserted into the ‘Revision’ fields
of the titleblock. Only previously archived drawings which have been checked-out of the DMS (aquaDRAW) for revision
will be accepted with an updated issue in the ‘Revision’ field of the titleblock.

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3.1 Major Wastewater Treatment Plants


Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
Prerequisites to Works plan……………… ...................................................................................0
Site location plan……………… ...................................................................................................1
Inlet works. All structures & equipment up to screen ...................................................................1
Pre-chlorination/chemical conditioning .........................................................................................2
Screens/comminutor/macerator etc ................................................................................................3
Grit channels/tanks/chambers ........................................................................................................4
Pre-aeration ....................................................................................................................................5
Primary sedimentation tanks & raw sludge pumping station .......................................................6
Raw sludge pumping station (if separate)......................................................................................7
Aeration tanks ................................................................................................................................8
Blower house .................................................................................................................................9
Final sedimentation tanks & activated sludge pumping station ..................................................10
Activated sludge pump station (if separate) ................................................................................11
Prevention of falls ........................................................................................................................14
Tertiary treatment ........................................................................................................ 12, 13 & 15
Effluent pump station/sprinkler system/soakage basin/reclaimed effluent .................................16
Ocean outfall ................................................................................................................................17
Sundry ..........................................................................................................................................18
Odour control ..............................................................................................................................19
Sludge treatment .................................................................................................................. 20 - 24
Admin./admin. control/admin. laboratories/admin. amenities building .....................................25
Workshop/workshop & amenities/workshop store building........................................................26
Amenities building ......................................................................................................................27
Control building ..........................................................................................................................28
Store building ..............................................................................................................................29
Gas compressors building ............................................................................................................30
Service ducts (including pipe & cable ducts) ..............................................................................31
Roads/security fencing/security ...................................................................................................32
Solids disposal plant ....................................................................................................................33
Hydraulic profile ..........................................................................................................................34
Functional Control Diagrams (FCD’s) ........................................................................................35
Central compressor station (if separate) ......................................................................................36
Buildings for electrical equipment ....................................................................................... 37 - 39
Electrical - Primary design drawings (Minor designs) ............................................................... 40
Design summary drawings (Major designs) .............................................................40
General-electrical drawings ............................................................................. 41 - 53
Readily identifiable project components ......................................................... 41 - 53
Cathodic protection .....................................................................................................................54
Concept design drawings (Electrical) .........................................................................................55
Instrumentation and Communications ................................................................................ 56 - 59
Process & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID’s) ......................................................................... 60
Control (Binary) Logic Diagrams ................................................................................................61
Schedules .............................................................................................................................62 – 68
Site Configuration Diagrams .......................................................................................................69
General arrangements, isometrics, layouts & sections showing process units & pipework ........70
Construction staging & flow control diagrams ............................................................................71
Profibus Topology ......................................................................................................................72
Energy recovery facility ...............................................................................................................80
Engineering Summary Report Drawings (ESR) civil / structural / process......................... 85 - 89
Mechanical - Design summary drawings .....................................................................................90
Working drawings .......................................................................................... 91 - 94
Concept Design Report Drawings (CDR) civil / structural / mechanical / process ............ 95 - 99
The Principal Engineer, Wastewater Treatment shall first approve any variation from this list.

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3.2 Minor Wastewater Treatment Plants


Bundle numbering convention:
Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
Prerequisites to Works plan ...........................................................................................................0
Site location plan ...........................................................................................................................1
Site plan and/or general arrangement / plant layouts ....................................................................2
Cross sections / earthworks ...........................................................................................................3
Access chamber details ..................................................................................................................4
Discharge tower details ..................................................................................................................5
Effluent flow measurement structure details .................................................................................6
Roads/security fencing/security .....................................................................................................7
Aeration arrangement and details ..................................................................................................8
Prevention of falls ........................................................................................................................14
Effluent pump station/sprinkler system/soakage basin/reclaimed effluent ................................16
Hydraulic profile ..........................................................................................................................34
Functional Control Diagrams (FCD’s) ........................................................................................35

Note: drawings for new later works shall be numbered consecutively from the last existing number.

Buildings for electrical equipment ........................................................................................ 37- 39


Electrical - Primary design drawings (Minor designs) ................................................................40
Design summary drawings (Major designs) ..............................................................40
General-electrical drawings ............................................................................... 41 - 53
Readily identifiable project ............................................................................... 41 - 53
Cathodic protection ......................................................................................................................54
Concept design drawings (Electrical) .........................................................................................55
Instrumentation and Communications ................................................................................ 56 - 59
Process & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID’s) ..........................................................................60
Control (Binary) Logic Diagrams ................................................................................................61
Schedules .............................................................................................................................. 62- 68
Site Configuration Diagrams .......................................................................................................69
General arrangements, isometrics, layouts & sections showing process units & pipework........70
Construction staging & flow control diagrams ............................................................................71
Profibus Topology .......................................................................................................................72
Engineering Summary Report Drawings (ESR) civil / structural / process......................... 85 - 89
Mechanical - Design summary drawings .....................................................................................90
Working drawings ........................................................................................... 91- 94
Concept Design Report Drawings (CDR) civil / structural / mechanical / process.…......... 95- 99

3.3 Wastewater Conveyance - Reticulation Area (Gravity &/or


Pressure Sewer System)
Bundle numbering convention:
Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
Prerequisites to Works plan ...........................................................................................................0
Site location plan ...........................................................................................................................1
Reticulation design data plan .........................................................................................................2
Reticulation layout plans ...............................................................................................................3
Miscellaneous ................................................................................................................................4
Detailed site survey plans ..............................................................................................................5
Property sewer service diagram for connection to pressure sewer system ....................................6
Reticulation ‘As Constructed’ survey data (hard copy print of field notes
supplied by Consulting Engineer) ..................................................................................................7

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3.4 Wastewater Conveyance - Pumping Station & Pressure Main


Bundle numbering convention:
Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
Prerequisites to Works plan ...........................................................................................................0
Pumping station catchment plan……… ........................................................................................1
Site location plan……… ...............................................................................................................1
Pressure main characteristic curve…………………………………………… .............................1
Penstock requirements…………………………………………………………… .......................1
Land requirements plan……………………………………………………… .........................…1
Pressure main plan & longitudinal sections……………………………………………… ......….2
Pressure main details ……………………………………………………… .........................…...2
Air/scour valve and mobile pump pit details…………………………… .............................……2
Pumping station site layout plans………………………………………… .........................…….3
Pumping station site access and landscaping plans…………………………… .................……..3
Emergency overflow storage arrangement and details……………………………… ......………3
Air Vent Arrangement……………………………… .......................................................………3
Pumping station connecting reticulation works and details………………… ................………..3
Pumping station general arrangements ......………………………………………………………4
Penstock general arrangements ......................................................................................................4
Access chamber structural, reinforcing and ladder details ...…………………………………….5
Access chamber reinforcing bar bending schedules ..……………………………………………5
Pumping station structural details……………………………………………… .……………….5
Pumping station reinforcing details……………………………………… .....…………………..5
Pumping station reinforcing bar bending schedules (if required) ......…………………………...5
Pumping station reinforced concrete electrical slab .........………………………………………5
Pumping station superstructure structural details…………… .........…………………………….6
Pumping station superstructure reinforcing details ...........………………………………………6
Pumping station building superstructure steelwork details .....…………………………………..6
Pumping station door, window and general details .........………………………………………..6
Pumping station valve, control and alarm hole cover ...………………………………………….6
Pumping station landing and support beam details. ......................................................................7
Pumping station ladder details…………………………… ......………………………………….7
Pumping station overhead traveling crane details……… ...……………………………………..7
Pumping station crane and hoist electrics maintenance platform details ......................…………7
Pumping station electrical conduit and support details…………………………… .……………7
Pumping station pipe support and lifting chain hook details………………… ..………………...7
Fabricated pipe specials details (MS, SS, CI, DI etc.)…………………… ..…………………….8
Oxygen dissolver general arrangements……………………………… ..………………………..9
Oxygen storage vessel details……………………………………… ..…………………………..9
Oxygen dissolver structural and reinforcing details ..……………………………………………9
Oxygen dissolver ladder and platform details ......……………………………………………….9
Pressure main bypass pumping - pipe and valve pit general arrangement… …………………..10
Valve pit structural, reinforcing and ladder details ……………… ........………………………10
Flowmeter and valve pit general arrangements ………………… ....…………………………..11
Pit structural, reinforcing, ladder and cover details ………… ....………………………………11
Pumping station RPZ backflow prevention device .....................................................................12
Pumping station ancillary drawings incl. Valve pit drain, ultrasonic support, lanyard etc .........13
Prevention of falls ........................................................................................................................14
Odour Control ..............................................................................................................................19
Roads/security fencing/security ...................................................................................................32
Hydraulic profile ..........................................................................................................................34
Functional Control Diagrams (FCD’s) ........................................................................................35
Buildings for electrical equipment .......................................................................................37 – 39

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Electrical - Primary design drawings (Minor designs) ................................................................40


Design summary drawings (Major designs) .............................................................40
General-electrical drawings .............................................................................. 41 - 53
Readily identifiable project components .......................................................... 41 - 53
Cathodic protection ......................................................................................................................54
Concept design drawings (Electrical) ..........................................................................................55
Instrumentation and Communications ................................................................................. 56 - 59
Process & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID’s) ..........................................................................60
Control (Binary) Logic Diagrams ................................................................................................61
Schedules ............................................................................................................................. 62 - 68
Site Configuration Diagrams .......................................................................................................69
General arrangements, isometrics, layouts & sections showing process units & pipework ........70
Construction staging & flow control diagrams ............................................................................71
Profibus Topology .......................................................................................................................72
Engineering Summary Report Drawings (ESR) civil / structural / process......................... 85 - 89
Mechanical - Design summary drawings .....................................................................................90
Working drawings ......................................................................................... 91 - 94
Concept Design Report Drawings (CDR) civil / structural / mechanical / process…......... 95 - 99

3.5 Wastewater Conveyance - Main & Branch Sewer


Bundle numbering convention:
Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
Prerequisites to Works plan ...........................................................................................................0
Site location and/or design data plan .............................................................................................1
Main or Branch Sewer plans and longitudinal sections.................................................................2
Access chamber structural, reinforcing and ladder details ............................................................3
Bend and pipe details .....................................................................................................................4
Miscellaneous details .....................................................................................................................5
Prevention of falls ........................................................................................................................14

The Principal Engineer, Wastewater Civil and Standards shall first approve any variation from this
list.

3.6 Water Treatment Plants & Membrane Treatment Plants


Bundle numbering convention:
Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
Prerequisites to Works plan ...........................................................................................................0
Site location plan ...........................................................................................................................1
Chlorine building and dosing .........................................................................................................2
Aeration and feedwater pumping ...................................................................................................3
Clarifiers/Screens ...........................................................................................................................4
Intermediate pumping ...................................................................................................................5
Chemical building/chemical bund/chemical dosing ......................................................................6
Chemical building/chemical bund/chemical dosing ......................................................................7
Chemical building/chemical bund/chemical dosing ......................................................................8
Blowers/blower room.....................................................................................................................9
Filters (including control weir) or MF/UF (including feed/permeate pumps) ............................10
Reverse Osmosis (including high pressure pumps) .....................................................................11
Clear water tank/Product water tank ............................................................................................12
Prevention of falls ........................................................................................................................14
Lime building/lime bund/lime dosing ................................................................................ 13 & 15

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Clear water pump station (incl. backwash pumps & surge vessels)/Product water PS…… .......16
General works (earthworks, drainage, soak away etc.) ....................................................... 17 - 18
Taste and odour control/DMTS treatment/Degassing tower .......................................................19
Washwater recovery/sludge treatment/sludge thickening/drying beds/Neutralisation ................20
Membrane cleaning chemicals/Antiscalants ........................................................................ 21 - 25
Disinfection ..................................................................................................................................26
Amenities building ......................................................................................................................27
Operations building .....................................................................................................................28
Store building ..............................................................................................................................29
Spare ............................................................................................................................................30
Service ducts (including pipe & cable ducts) .............................................................................31
Roads/security fencing/security ...................................................................................................32
Spare ...........................................................................................................................................33
Hydraulic profile ..........................................................................................................................34
Functional Control Diagrams (FCD’s) ........................................................................................35
Compressors/compressor room ....................................................................................................36
Buildings for electrical equipment ....................................................................................... 37 - 39
Electrical - Primary design drawings (Minor designs) ................................................................40
Design summary drawings (Major designs) ..............................................................40
General-electrical drawings ........................................................... …..…….…41 - 53
Readily identifiable project components ........................................................... 41 - 53
Cathodic protection .....................................................................................................................54
Concept design drawings (Electrical) .........................................................................................55
Instrumentation and Communications ................................................................................. 56 - 59
Process & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID’s) ..........................................................................60
Control (Binary) Logic Diagrams ................................................................................................61
Schedules ............................................................................................................................ 62 - 68
Site Configuration Diagrams .......................................................................................................69
General arrangements, isometrics, layouts & sections showing process units & pipework ........70
Construction staging & flow control diagrams ............................................................................71
Profibus Topology ......................................................................................................................72
Spare ...........................................................................................................................................80
Engineering Summary Report Drawings (ESR) civil / structural / process......................... 85 - 89
Mechanical - Design summary drawings .....................................................................................90
Working drawings......................................................................................... 91 - 94
Concept Design Report Drawings (CDR) civil / structural / mechanical / process.…........ 95 - 99
The Principal Engineer, Water Treatment shall first approve a request from a designer for alternative
uses of bundle numbers 1 - 39, whereas numbers 40 - 99 are not permitted to be varied.

3.7 Water Supply - Reticulation


Bundle numbering convention:
Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
Prerequisites to Works plan ...........................................................................................................0
Site location plan ..........................................................................................................................1
Reticulation design data plan .........................................................................................................2
Reticulation layout plans ...............................................................................................................3
Structural details ...........................................................................................................................4
Water Reticulation ‘As Constructed’ survey data (hard copy print
supplied by Consulting Engineer) ..................................................................................................7

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3.8 Water Supply - Tank & Reservoir


Bundle numbering convention:
Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
Prerequisites to Works plan ...........................................................................................................0
Site location plan ..........................................................................................................................1
General arrangement (incl. Inlet & outlet pipework) ................................................................... 2
Cross sections ................................................................................................................................3
Structural details. ...........................................................................................................................4
Reinforcing details ........................................................................................................................5
Disinfection ....................................................................................................................................6
Miscellaneous details ....................................................................................................................7
Prevention of falls ........................................................................................................................14
Roads/security fencing/security ...................................................................................................32
Functional Control Diagrams (FCD’s) ........................................................................................35
Buildings for electrical equipment ....................................................................................... 37 - 39
Electrical - Primary design drawings (Minor designs) ................................................................40
Design summary drawings (Major designs) .............................................................40
General-electrical drawings ............................................................................. 41 - 53
Readily identifiable project components ......................................................... 41 - 53
Cathodic protection ......................................…………………………………………………...54
Concept design drawings (Electrical) ..........…………………………………………………...55
Instrumentation and Communications . …………………………………………………...56 - 59
Process & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID’s) ..........................................................................60
Control (Binary) Logic Diagrams ......…………………………………………………………..61
Schedules ............ ………………………………………………………………………….62 - 68
Site Configuration Diagrams .......................................................................................................69
General arrangements, isometrics, layouts & sections showing process units & pipework…… 70
Construction staging & flow control diagrams…… ....................................................................71
Profibus Topology …… ..............................................................................................................72
Energy recovery facility ...........…………………………………………………………………80
Engineering Summary Report Drawings (ESR) civil / structural / process......................... 85 - 89
Mechanical - Design summary drawings .................……………………………………………90
Working drawings ......................................................................................... 91 - 94
Concept Design Report Drawings (CDR) civil / structural / mechanical / process.…........ 95 - 99

3.9 Water Supply - Pumping Station


Bundle numbering convention:
Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
Prerequisites to Works plan . .........................................................................................................0
Site location plan ..........................................................................................................................1
Overview maps .............................................................................................................................1
Pumping station supply limits plan. ...............................................................................................1
Suction and/or delivery main characteristic curve. ........................................................................1
Suction and/or delivery main plan & longitudinal sections. ..........................................................2
Suction and/or delivery main details. ............................................................................................2
Air/scour valve and pit details. ......................................................................................................2
Pumping station site layout plans ..................................................................................................3
Pumping station site access and landscaping plans .......................................................................3
Pumping station general arrangements ..........................................................................................4
Pumping station structural details ..................................................................................................5
Pumping station reinforcing details ...............................................................................................5
Pumping station reinforcing bar bending schedules (if required) .................................................5

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Pumping station superstructure structural details ..........................................................................6
Pumping station superstructure reinforcing details .......................................................................6
Pumping station building superstructure steelwork details ...........................................................6
Pumping station door, window and general details .......................................................................6
Pumping station landing and support beam details .......................................................................7
Pumping station ladder details .......................................................................................................7
Pumping station overhead traveling crane details .........................................................................7
Crane and hoist electrics maintenance platform details ................................................................7
Pumping station electrical conduit and support details .................................................................7
Fabricated pipe specials details (MS, SS, CI, DI etc.) ...................................................................8
Oxygen dissolver general arrangements .......................................................................................9
Oxygen storage vessel details ........................................................................................................9
Oxygen dissolver structural and reinforcing details ......................................................................9
Oxygen dissolver ladder and platform details ...............................................................................9
Pressure main bypass pipe and valve pit general arrangement ....................................................10
Valve pit structural, reinforcing and ladder details .....................................................................10
Flowmeter and valve pit general arrangements ...........................................................................11
Pit structural, reinforcing, ladder and cover details .....................................................................11
Disinfection .................................................................................................................................12
Prevention of falls ........................................................................................................................14
Roads/security fencing/security ...................................................................................................32
Hydraulic profile ..........................................................................................................................34
Functional Control Diagrams (FCD’s) ........................................................................................35
Buildings for electrical equipment....................................................................................... 37 - 39
Electrical - Primary design drawings (Minor designs) ................................................................40
Design summary drawings (Major designs) .............................................................40
General-electrical drawings .......................................................... …..…….…41 - 53
Readily identifiable project components ........................................................ .41 - 53
Cathodic protection .....................................................................................................................54
Concept design drawings (Electrical) ..........................................................................................55
Instrumentation and Communications ................................................................................ 56 - 59
Process & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID’s) ..........................................................................60
Control (Binary) Logic Diagrams ................................................................................................61
Schedules ............................................................................................................................ 62 - 68
Site Configuration Diagrams .......................................................................................................69
General arrangements, isometrics, layouts & sections showing process units & pipework…… 70
Construction staging & flow control diagrams…… ....................................................................71
Profibus Topology …… ..............................................................................................................72
Engineering Summary Report Drawings (ESR) civil / structural / process......................... 85 - 89
Mechanical - Design summary drawings .....................................................................................90
Working drawings .......................................................................................... 91 - 94
Concept Design Report Drawings (CDR) civil / structural / mechanical / process .…....... 95 - 99

3.10 Water Supply - Distribution, Bore or Trunk Main


Bundle numbering convention:
Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
Prerequisites to Works plan ...........................................................................................................0
Site location plan ...........................................................................................................................1
Overview maps. .............................................................................................................................1
Plan and longitudinal sections .......................................................................................................2
Reinforcing details ........................................................................................................................3
Miscellaneous details (incl. Underlaying) ...................................................................................4
Fabricated pipe specials details (MS, SS, CI, DI etc.) ...................................................................8
Prevention of falls ........................................................................................................................14

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Roads/security fencing/security………………………… ..…………………………………….32
Hydraulic profile ..........................................................................................................................34
Functional Control Diagrams (FCD’s) ........................................................................................35
Electrical – Primary design drawings (Minor designs) ...............................................................40
Design summary drawings (Major design) ...............................................................40
General-electrical drawings ........................................................... …..………41 - 53
Readily identifiable project components ......................................................... 41 - 53
Cathodic protection .....................................................................................................................54
Concept design drawings (Electrical) .........................................................................................55
Instrumentation and Communications ................................................................................ 56 - 59
Process & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID’s) ..........................................................................60
Control (Binary) Logic Diagrams ................................................................................................61
Schedules ............................................................................................................................ 62 - 68
Site Configuration Diagrams .......................................................................................................69
General arrangements, isometrics, layouts & sections showing process units & pipework ........70
Construction staging & flow control diagrams…… ....................................................................71
Profibus Topology …… ..............................................................................................................72
Engineering Summary Report Drawings (ESR) civil / structural / process......................... 85 - 89
Mechanical - Design summary drawings .....................................................................................90
Working drawings ......................................................................................... 91 - 94
Concept Design Report Drawings (CDR) civil / structural / mechanical / process.…........ 95 - 99
The Principal Engineer, Water & Drainage, Civil & Standards shall first approve any variation from
this list.

3.11 Drainage & Irrigation - Urban & Country Main Drain


Bundle numbering convention:
Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
Formalities & declaration plans .....................................................................................................0
Site location plans & scheme plans etc..........................................................................................1
Longitudinal sections .....................................................................................................................2
Structures (includes access chambers) ...........................................................................................3
Compensating basin ......................................................................................................................4
Pumping station ............................................................................................................................5
Roads/security fencing/security ....................................................................................................6
Flow gauging .................................................................................................................................7
Criteria ..........................................................................................................................................8
Miscellaneous ...............................................................................................................................9
Connections ................................................................................................................................10
Landscaping ................................................................................................................................11
Prevention of falls ........................................................................................................................14
Hydraulic profile ..........................................................................................................................34
Functional Control Diagrams (FCD’s) ........................................................................................35
Buildings for electrical equipment ....................................................................................... 37 - 39
Electrical – Primary design drawings (Minor designs) ...............................................................40
Design summary drawings (Major design) .............................................................40
General-electrical drawings ............................................................................ 41 - 53
Readily identifiable project components ........................................................ 41 - 53
Cathodic protection .....................................................................................................................54
Concept design drawings (Electrical) .........................................................................................55
Instrumentation and Communications ................................................................................ 56 - 59
Process & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID’s) ..........................................................................60
Control (Binary) Logic Diagrams ................................................................................................61
Schedules ............................................................................................................................ 62 - 68

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Site Configuration Diagrams .......................................................................................................69
General arrangements, isometrics, layouts & sections showing process units & pipework ........70
Construction staging & flow control diagrams ............................................................................71
Engineering Summary Report Drawings (ESR) civil / structural / process......................... 85 - 89
Mechanical - Design summary drawings .....................................................................................90
Working drawings......................................................................................... 91 - 94
Concept Design Report Drawings (CDR) civil / structural / mechanical / process.…........95 – 99
It is important to note that each existing Metropolitan Drain has its own Planset number. ie any new
drawings created for an existing drain, will maintain the current Planset number.
For a complete listing of existing Metropolitan Drain Plansets, refer ‘Section 7’.
The Principal Engineer, Water & Drainage, Civil & Standards shall first approve any variation from
this list.

3.12 Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition (SCADA)


Bundle numbering convention:

3.12.1 Metropolitan - Specific Site & Country (Town & Regional) - Specific Site
Drawings
Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
Prerequisites to Works plan ...........................................................................................................0
Site location plans & scheme plans etc..........................................................................................1
Prevention of falls ........................................................................................................................14
Functional Control Diagrams (FCD’s) ........................................................................................35
Buildings for electrical equipment ....................................................................................... 37 - 39
Electrical - Primary design drawings (Minor designs) ................................................................40
Design summary drawings (Major design)...............................................................40
General-electrical drawings ............................................................................. 41 - 53
Readily identifiable project components ......................................................... 41 - 53
Cathodic protection .....................................................................................................................54
Concept design drawings (Electrical) .........................................................................................55
Instrumentation and Communications ................................................................................ 56 - 59
Process & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID’s) ..........................................................................60
Control (Binary) Logic Diagrams ................................................................................................61
Schedules ............................................................................................................................. 62 - 68
Site Configuration Diagrams .......................................................................................................69
General arrangements, isometrics, layouts & sections showing process units & pipework ........70
Construction staging & flow control diagrams ............................................................................71
Profibus Topology ......................................................................................................................72
Energy recovery facility ...............................................................................................................80
Engineering Summary Report Drawings (ESR) civil / structural / process......................... 85 - 89
Mechanical - Design summary drawings .....................................................................................90
Working drawings ......................................................................................... 91 - 94
Concept Design Report Drawings (CDR) civil / structural / mechanical / process ............. 95 - 99
3.12.2 SCADA Block Diagrams
3.12.2.1 For Metropolitan UWSS - Planset HZ23
Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
General..…………..……………………………………….….. ..................................................56
Wastewater conveyance ...............................................................................................................57
Water conveyance ........................................................................................................................58
Water reticulation ........................................................................................................................59

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3.12.2.2 For Goldfields and Agricultural Region- Planset CB81


Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
ABB MicroSCADA ............................................................................................................. 40 - 43
Main Conduit ..............................................................................................................................55
Goldfields district ........................................................................................................................56
Agricultural East district ..............................................................................................................57
Agricultural West district ............................................................................................................58
3.12.2.3 For North West Region - Planset FW54
Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
West Pilbara district .....................................................................................................................56
West Kimberley district ...............................................................................................................57
East Kimberley district ................................................................................................................58
East Pilbara district ......................................................................................................................59
3.12.2.4 For Mid West Region - Planset EQ42
Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
Gascoyne district..........................................................................................................................56
Coastal Midlands district .............................................................................................................57
Geraldton Murchison district .......................................................................................................58
3.12.2.5 For South West Region - Planset HY74
Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
Leeuwin district ...........................................................................................................................58
Wellington district .......................................................................................................................59
Warren district .............................................................................................................................60
3.12.2.6 For Great Southern Region - Planset IB24
Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
Lower Great Southern/Albany district .........................................................................................57
Upper Great Southern/Katanning district ....................................................................................58
Upper Great Southern/Narrogin district .....................................................................................59
South Coastal district ...................................................................................................................60
3.12.2.7 Drawing Titles - SCADA
It is important that ………………
Drawing Titles - SCADA drawings for a particular scheme, zone(s) or other grouping, within a
district shall follow the following naming convention:
Line 3 <DISTRICT> - <SCHEME> eg ‘KATANNING - HOPETOUN’ or
Line 3 <DISTRICT> - <ZONE(S)> eg ‘ALBANY - ZONES 1 TO 9’ or
Line 3 <DISTRICT> - <GROUP NAME> eg ‘ALBANY - WASTEWATER PUMP STATION’
Line 4 ‘SCADA BLOCK DIAGRAM’ or
Line 4 ‘COMMUNICATIONS DETAILS’ or
Line 4 ‘COMMUNICATIONS LOCATION PLAN’
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3.13 Dams & Dam Safety


Bundle numbering convention:
Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
Order in Council, land tenure and other legal topics .....................................................................0
Preliminary investigations ....................................................................................................... 1 - 2
Contours and topographical information .......................................................................................3
Cadastral information ....................................................................................................................4
Survey pick-ups .............................................................................................................................5
Geotechnical investigations ...........................................................................................................6
Construction materials investigations ............................................................................................7
Civil works standards ....................................................................................................................8
Spare .............................................................................................................................................9
Report figures, schematics ...........................................................................................................10
General arrangements ..................................................................................................................11
Embankment (main) ....................................................................................................................12
Embankment (saddles) ................................................................................................................13
Prevention of falls .......................................................................................................................14
Spillway ......................................................................................................................................15
Instrumentation ...........................................................................................................................16
Access bridge ..............................................................................................................................17
Intake tower ................................................................................................................................18
Spare ...........................................................................................................................................19
Outlet works (conduit) ................................................................................................................20
Valve pit ......................................................................................................................................21
Pumping station ..........................................................................................................................22
Spare ...........................................................................................................................................23
Water treatment ...........................................................................................................................24
Spare ...........................................................................................................................................25
Operations building .....................................................................................................................26
Flow meter pit .............................................................................................................................27
Pressure (rising) main .................................................................................................................28
Pipeline .......................................................................................................................................29
Access Roads/security fencing/security…………………..…………………………………….30
Drainage ......................................................................................................................................31
Services .......................................................................................................................................32
Miscellaneous details ..................................................................................................................33
Public facilities ...........................................................................................................................34
Landscaping ................................................................................................................................35
Environmental management ........................................................................................................36
Operation, inspection and maintenance manual ..........................................................................37
As constructed/existing (including aerial photography capture) .................................................38
Dam break and flood inundation study (safety review) ...............................................................39
Electrical - Primary design drawings (Minor designs) ....................……………………………40
Design summary drawings (Major designs) .............................................................40
General-electrical drawings ............................................................................. 41 - 53
Readily identifiable project components ......................................................... 41 - 53
Cathodic protection ......................................…………………………………………………...54
Concept design drawings (Electrical) ..........…………………………………………………...55
Instrumentation and Communications ................................................................................ 56 - 59
Process & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID’s) ..........................................................................60
Control (Binary) Logic Diagrams ................................................................................................61
Schedules ............................................................................................................................. 62 - 68
Site Configuration Diagrams .......................................................................................................69

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General arrangements, isometrics, layouts & sections showing process units & pipework…… 70
Construction staging & flow control diagrams…… ....................................................................71
Profibus Topology …… ..............................................................................................................72
Energy recovery facility ...............................................................................................................80
Engineering Summary Report Drawings (ESR) civil / structural / process......................... 85 - 89
Mechanical - Design summary drawings .....................................................................................90
Working drawings ......................................................................................... 91 - 94
Concept Design Report Drawings (CDR) civil / structural / mechanical/process.….......... 95 - 99
The Principal Engineer Dams & Dam Safety must first approve any variation from this list.

3.14 Development Services Branch & Regions - Design Submissions -


Water - Reticulation (for subdivisional, MSWA and AWA
projects only)
Bundle numbering convention:
Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
Pre-calculation survey of subdivision ........................................................................................000
Prerequisites to Works plan .......................................................................................................100
Water reticulation site location plan & supply limit plan ..........................................................101
Water reticulation hydraulic design data plan ...........................................................................102
Water reticulation layout plan ...................................................................................................103
Miscellaneous ...........................................................................................................................104
Specific project eg non drinking water ......................................................................................105
Water reticulation ‘As Constructed’ survey data (hard copy print supplied
by Consulting Engineer) ...........................................................................................................107
Non drinking water reticulation ‘As Constructed’ survey data (hard copy print supplied
by Consulting Engineer) ...........................................................................................................107

3.15 Development Services Branch & Regions - Design Submissions -


Wastewater - Reticulation (for subdivisional, MSWA & AWA
projects only)
Bundle numbering convention:
Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
Pre-calculation survey of subdivision ........................................................................................000
Prerequisites to Works plan ......................................................................................................200
Wastewater reticulation site location plan ................................................................................201
Wastewater reticulation hydraulic design data plan ..................................................................202
Wastewater reticulation layout plan. .........................................................................................203
Miscellaneous ..........................................................................................................................204
Specific project .........................................................................................................................205
Wastewater reticulation ‘As Constructed’ survey data (hard copy print
supplied by Consulting Engineer) ..............................................................................................207

3.16 Development Services Branch & Regions – MSWA & AWA


Design Submissions – Concept Plans
Bundle numbering convention:
Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
Water reticulation – Concept Plan ..................................................................................... 100-000
Water reticulation – Staging Plan ...................................................................................... 100-001
Wastewater reticulation – Concept Plan ............................................................................ 200-000
Wastewater reticulation – Staging Plan ............................................................................. 200-001

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3.17 Development Services Branch & Regions - Design Submissions -


Wastewater - Private Pumping Station, Pressure Main &
Associated Reticulation
Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
Prerequisites to Works plan ..........................................................................................................0
Site location plan ...........................................................................................................................1
Pressure main plan, longitudinal section and details .....................................................................2
Pumping station connecting reticulation works and details .........................................................3
Pumping station general arrangements ..........................................................................................4
Wastewater reticulation ‘As Constructed’ survey data (hard copy print
supplied by Consulting Engineer) ..................................................................................................7

3.18 Development Services Branch & Network Expansion - Design


Submissions – Drainage & Irrigation
All drainage Design Submissions shall conform to the Water Corporation’s standard
Planset and bundle numbering convention, refer ‘Section 3.11’

3.19 Water Reclamation Plant


Bundle numbering convention:
Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
Prerequisites to Works plan ...........................................................................................................0
Site location plan ..........................................................................................................................1
Feed Pumping Station ....................................................................................................................3
Contrashear Screens (including pumps for sprays) .......................................................................4
Contact Tank ................................................................................................................................. 4
Hypochlorite Dosing System .........................................................................................................5
Ammonium Chloride Dosing System ............................................................................................6
Acid Dosing System.......................................................................................................................7
Caustic Dosing System ..................................................................................................................8
Air Blowers ....................................................................................................................................9
Crossflow Microfiltration - S Trains (incl permeate pumps) ......................................................10
Reverse Osmosis Trains (includes HP pumps) and RO Flush Pumps ........................................11
Product Water Tank .....................................................................................................................12
Product Water Forwarding Pumps ...............................................................................................13
Prevention of falls .......................................................................................................................14
Product Water Pumping Station (ex ponds) ...............................................................................16
General works (earthworks, drainage, soak away etc.) ...................................................... 17 - 18
Degasser Tower (includes degasser fans) ....................................................................................19
Neutralisation System ..................................................................................................................20
Wastewater Handling System ......................................................................................................20
Antiscalant Dosing System ..........................................................................................................21
Microfiltration Acid Clean in Place System ................................................................................22
Microfiltration Caustic Clean in Place System ............................................................................23
Reverse Osmosis Clean in Place System .....................................................................................24
EDTA Dosing System..................................................................................................................25
Membrane Cleaning Solution Dosing System .............................................................................26
Hydrogen Peroxide Dosing System .............................................................................................27
Operations building .....................................................................................................................28
Service ducts (including pipe & cable ducts) .............................................................................31

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Roads/security fencing/security ...................................................................................................32
General arrangements .................................................................................................................33
Hydraulic profile .........................................................................................................................34
Functional Control Diagrams (FCD’s) .......................................................................................35
Air Compressors ..........................................................................................................................36
Buildings for electrical equipment ....................................................................................... 37 - 39
Electrical - Primary design drawings (Minor designs) ....................……………………………40
Design summary drawings (Major designs) ............................................................ 40
General-electrical drawings ............................................................................. 41 - 53
Readily identifiable project components ......................................................... 41 - 53
Cathodic protection .....................................................................................................................54
Concept design drawings (Electrical) .........................................................................................55
Instrumentation and Communications ................................................................................ 56 - 59
Process & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID’s) ..........................................................................60
Control (Binary) Logic Diagrams ................................................................................................61
Schedules ............................................................................................................................. 62 - 68
Site Configuration Diagrams .......................................................................................................69
General arrangements, isometrics, layouts & sections showing process units & pipework ........70
Construction staging & flow control diagrams…… ....................................................................71
Profibus Topology …… ..............................................................................................................72
Energy recovery facility ...............................................................................................................80
Engineering Summary Report Drawings (ESR) civil / structural / process......................... 85 - 89
Mechanical – Design summary drawings ....................................................................................90
Working drawings ........................................................................................ 91 - 94
Concept Design Report Drawings (CDR) civil / structural / mechanical / process ............. 95 - 99
The Principal Engineer, Water Treatment shall first approve a request from a designer for alternative
uses of bundle numbers 1 - 39, whereas numbers 40 - 99 are not permitted to be varied.

3.20 Corporate Real Estate Branch - Water Corporation Facilities -


Design Submissions
Bundle numbering convention:
Drawing Contents Description Bundle No.
Architectural .............................................................................................................................300
Civil / Structural .......................................................................................................................301
Electrical ...................................................................................................................................302
Mechanical ................................................................................................................................303
Hydraulic....................................................................................................................................304

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4 DRAWING DEFAULT LAYERING SYSTEMS


The following information applies to the Water Corporation’s stipulated drawing software packages
AutoCAD and MicroStation. It is most important to follow these linework guidelines, as successful
plotting of drawings submitted from all external sources, is critical.

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5 EQUIPMENT NUMBERING SYSTEM


5.1 Introduction
The equipment numbering system described in this document shall be used for all new works, plant
amplifications and upgrades where practical and shall apply to both Water and Wastewater Treatment
Plants, Distribution and Reticulation unless stated otherwise. For any specific project, processes and
items not covered by these guidelines shall be referred to the relevant project manager for resolution.
For any unit operation or process, where the new facilities will operate in conjunction with existing
plant, the numbering system shall include the existing items.

5.2 General Description of System


Equipment will be generally identified by the equipment type, process area number or equipment
identifier number and a unique number assigned to the equipment. The makeup of the equipment
number will be dependent on its location as specified in this document.
The system will therefore generally identify what the item is and its general process location.
Electrical and Instrumentation facilities will also be related to this numbering system.

5.3 Equipment Types


5.3.1 General Plant Equipment
The normal equipment used and the designated prefix for it are listed hereunder.
AB air break
AC access chamber
ACO air conditioner
AE analysis element
AG agitator
AP air separator
AR air receiver
AS air scrubber
AT analysis transmitter
AU auger / screw
BL blower
BM bell mouth
BN bins and hoppers
BS bar screen
BT battery
BU burner
CA clarifier
CB circuit breaker
CC control cubicle
CD chemical dosing

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CF centrifuge
CH chamber / manifold
CL chlorinator
CN conveyor
CO condenser
CP compressor
CR crane
CT chute
CV cover
CY cyclone
DG digestor
DP damper
DR drier
DT density transmitter
EBV electrically actuated butterfly valve
EP electrostatic precipitator
EV evaporator
FA flare
FD feeder
FE Flow element
FL flouridator
FN fan
FP filter belt press
FR filter
FT flow transmitter
FX flame arrester
GE generator
GR grinder
GS gas scrubber
HE heat exchanger/boiler/heating coil
HG hot gas generator
IC irrigation controller
LC local controller (PLC, RTU etc)
ME miscellaneous equipment
MC motor control centre
MF motor fixed speed
MV motor variable speed
MR monorail

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MSF microscreen filter
MX mixer
NE network equipment
PC computer / server
PH preheater
PL plant / station
PN penstock
PS plate separator
PT pressure transmitter
PU pump
RA radio
RC roll crusher
RD rupture disc
RE reciprocating engine
RR reactor
SC screen
SE scum ejector
SG stop log
SK stacks
SL silencer
SP screen press
SQ sequence
SR shredder
SS sludge scraper
ST strainer
TA tank/storage
TB turbine
TF transformer
TR skimmings troughs
UP uninterruptible power supply
UV ultraviolet reactor
VA valve
VE vessel pressure / surge vessel
WE well
WP wash press
WS wet scrubber
XE sampler
ZSH position switch High

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ZSL position switch Low
ZT positioner
Equipment types for other equipment can be nominated and referred to the relevant Project Manager
for approval.

5.3.2 Water Conveyance Systems


The additional equipment that may be used in water conveyance systems and its designated identifier
for it is listed hereunder.
BV butterfly valve
CC customer connection
CCF customer connection fire service
DAV double air valve
DP dosing point
FCD fixed cone dispenser
FP flushing point
MFE magnetic flow element
SFE sonic flow element
PLUGV plug valve
PRV pressure reducing valve
PSV pressure sustaining valve
PRSV pressure reducing sustaining valve
PT pitot point
REGV regulating valve
RV reflux valve
SAV single air valve
SC scour/scour valve
SP sample point
SV sluice valve/geared sluice valve

5.4 Process / Facilities


5.4.1 Wastewater Treatment Plants
0 GENERAL SITE
01 water services from plant water supply main to ALL delivery points
02 reclaimed effluent services from effluent PS to ALL delivery points, including any downstream
storage
03 power services
04 building services - administration/control/amenities/workshops - fire and gas, PA, phone,
security
05 building services - sludge treatment plant dewatering house, energy recovery building, ESD
access tower
06 drainage system
07 odour control (general and chemical scrubber plant)
08 plant - common control systems

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09 odour control (biological scrubber and/or activated carbon scrubber)
1 CHLORINATION SYSTEM (including other chemical systems remote from distinct
process areas)
11 chlorination facilities within chlorination building
12 chlorination store if separate building
13 inlet chlorination pipework external to building
14 effluent chlorination pipework external to building
15 activated sludge chlorination pipework external to building
16 phosphorous dosing system (eg alum)
17 alkalinity dosing system (eg sodium hydroxide)
2 INLET WORKS
21 inlet flume(s), inlet channels up to inlet of screenings system
22 screening system from source to, and including, screenings disposal system
23 grit removal system from source to, and including, grit disposal system
24 odour control system from source to and including, odour treatment system
25 inlet pumping station
3 PRIMARY TREATMENT SYSTEM (for plants built up in modules, specific numbers
may be used for each module and function)
31 primary sedimentation tanks including feed lines from Inlet Works and delivery lines to
Aeration System
32 raw sludge pumping system from source to delivery point of Sludge Treatment System
33 skimmings system from source to, and including skimmings treatment system
34 odour control (primary)
4 AERATION SYSTEM (for plants built up in modules, specific numbers may be used for
each module and function)
41 aeration tanks including mixed liquor delivery pipelines to Secondary Sedimentation
system/reactor
42 compressed air system from air inlet to delivery into aeration tanks
43 odour control (aeration)
5 SECONDARY SEDIMENTATION (for plants built up in modules, specific numbers may
be used for each module and function)
51 secondary sedimentation tanks including effluent delivery pipelines/channels to effluent PS or
effluent outfall
52 return activated sludge system (RAS) from source to, and including, pumping station and
beyond to Aeration System
53 excess activated sludge system (EAS) from source to, and including, pumping station and
beyond to Sludge Treatment System
54 odour control (secondary)
6 EFFLUENT SYSTEM
61 effluent pumping station
62 effluent pressure main/land pipeline external to pump station
63 effluent ocean outlet
64 balancing dam and outfall
65 emergency overflow
66 filtration system
67 UV system

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7 SLUDGE TREATMENT
(for plants built up in modules, specific numbers may be used for each module and
function)
71 sludge thickening (where applicable) including delivery to digesters and odour control
72 sludge digestion tanks including raw sludge feed where integral with recirculation, sludge
heating
73 digested sludge storage system
74 sludge recirculation where a central system
75 gas collection and storage (LP)
76 gas mixing system complete (where applicable)
odour control (see 94)
77 compressed air supply where a central system
8 ENERGY RECOVERY SYSTEM
81 digester gas/alternative fuel system from low pressure gas storage to the engines, including
waste gas burner, and high pressure gas system
82 power generation system and heat recovery system from engines to heat exchangers including
standby heater
83 hot gas generator
84 hot gas generator
9 SLUDGE DEWATERING AND DRYING SYSTEM
91 digested sludge pumping and dewatering system from storage to, and including the dewatering
device
92 poly dosing system complete
93 dewatered sludge system delivery to, and including storage system, and central pumping system
94 odour control system from source up to, and including, odour treatment system
95 lime stabilisation
96 sludge drying
97 spare
98 spare
99 electrical
5.4.2 Water Treatment Plants
The plant has been divided into the following processes/facilities for the purposes of equipment and
drawing numbering:
01 - 09 General site General yard services, or any other instrumentation / equipment
site where no other treatment or processes exist
10 - 13 Source Bores
14 - 17 Raw Water Pumping Raw water PS
18 Inlet Works Flash mixer
19 Aeration Spray, cascade or reservoir aeration
20 - 29 Process No.1 Clarifier or DAF
30 - 39 Process No.2 Filters including blowers & compressors
40 - 49 Process No.3 Softening, desalination or MIEX
50 - 59 Process No.4 UV, GAC or taste & odour control (DMTS treatment)
60 - 64 Process No.5 Biological filtration
65 - 69 Pump Stations Clear water PS, backwash pumping, surge Vessels
70 - 73 Washwater System Washwater system & recovery
74 - 77 Residual Treatment Sludge treatment, sludge thickening, sludge pumping
& sludge drying
78 - 79 Clearwater Storage Clear water tanks & reservoirs
80 - 98 Chemical Systems 80 - Chlorine storage (gas)

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81 - Chlorination system 1 (gas only)
82 - Chlorination system 2 (gas only) or (hypochlorite storage
& system)
83 - Fluoride
84 - Lime systems (mixing)
85 - Lime systems (dosing)
86 - Alum/PACL
87 - Polyelectrolyte
88 - Ammonia
89 - Carbon dioxide
90 - Sodium hydroxide (caustic soda)
91 - Powdered activated carbon/granular
92 - Potassium permanganate
93 - Hydrochloric acid
94 - Sodium carbonate (soda ash)
95- Anti Scalant
96 - Ferric chloride/sulfate
97 - Sulfuric acid
98 - Sodium metabisulfite/bisulfite
99 +Other Chemical Systems

5.5 Wastewater Treatment Plant Equipment Identification Numbers


The equipment numbering system is to reference the Process Facility Number (Refer Section 5.4.1).
This number is then also used to set the drawing sheet number and preferably set the part-sheet
number for P&ID’s, Control Logic drawings and Schedules. When designing on a ‘Brownfield’ site,
numbering is to align with the existing site system (refer to Design Manager).
thus VA 25 102
would be VA = Valve
25 = Inlet pumping station which is to be documented within the P&ID, Control Logic
drawings and Schedules with drawing sheet number 25
102 = Sequential number 102 - ie the 2nd valve in that process area
[where ‘1’ represents the preferred drawing part-sheet number ie. 3rd digit in
equipment number]
and PU 11 103
would be PU = Pump
11 = Chlorination system and documented in drawings below with drawing sheet number
11
103 = Sequential number 103 - ie the 3rd pump in that process area. [where ‘1’
represents the preferred drawing part-sheet number ie. 3rd digit in equipment number]
eg:
Drawing Numbers Description
AA99-60-11-01A Chlorination System – P&ID
AA99-61-11-01A Chlorination System – Control Logic
AA99-62-11-01A Chlorination System – Equipment Schedule
AA99-70-11-01A Chlorination System – General Arrangements

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5.5.1 Wastewater Treatment Plants (Instruments)
Each item of equipment is uniquely numbered. The descriptor commences with a two letter prefix
based on abbreviation of the type of equipment e.g. PU for pump. This prefix is followed by the two
digit system number of the system within which the item is located. The third, fourth and fifth digits
in the number are sequential numbers of that area of plant. The label shall be an alphanumeric string
comprising three parts:
PU31101

Part 3: Equipment Sequential Number (101 to 999)


Part 2: Process Area Numbering System List (refer Section 5.4.1)
Part 1: Alphabetic abbreviation representing the type of equipment and be limited to
abbreviations listed in Section 5.3 - Equipment Types

5.6 Water Treatment Plant Equipment Identification Numbers


The equipment numbering system is to reference the Process Facility Number (Refer Section 5.4.2).
This number is then also used to set the drawing sheet and part-sheet numbers for P&ID’s, Control
Logic drawings and Schedules.
thus VA 30 102
would be VA = Valve
30 = Filters which is to be documented within the P&ID, Control Logic drawings and
Schedules with drawing sheet number 30
1 = Drawing Part-Sheet number (3rd digit in the equipment number)
02 = Sequential number 2 – ie the 2nd valve in that process area
and PU 81 103
would be PU = Pump
81 = Chlorination system 1 documented in drawings below with drawing sheet number
81
1 = Drawing Part-Sheet number (3rd digit in the equipment number)
03 = Sequential number 3 – ie the 3rd pump in that process area
eg: Drawing Numbers Description
AA99-60-81-01A Chlorination System 1 – P&ID
AA99-61-81-01A Chlorination System 1 – Control Logic
AA99-62-81-01A Chlorination System 1 – Equipment Schedule
AA99-70-81-01A Chlorination System 1 – General Arrangements

5.6.1 Water Treatment Plants (Instruments)


Each instrument item shall be identified by two, three or four letter prefix in accordance with ISA
Standard S5.1 i.e FCV, ZZ, etc together with the Process Facility Number and the drawing part-sheet
number and the sequential number as for the equipment eg. FCV30102.
The instrumentation tags associated with, for example valves, should have the same number as the
valve. Hence the valve VA30102 should have limit switch ZSH30102 and position transmitter
ZT30102.
Ancillary instruments directly associated with the same item can be identified by the addition of a
suffix to the sequential number. eg. FCV30102A

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5.7 Water Conveyance Equipment Identification Numbers


The boundary between a Water Treatment Plant and its water conveyance system needs to be
explicitly agreed on a project-by-project basis. The initial guiding principles are:
• Equipment operated through the treatment plant control system should be numbered according
to the convention for water treatment plants; and
• Equipment operated through the conveyance SCADA system or under the manual control of the
conveyance system operators should be numbered according to the convention for water
conveyance systems.
The term “water conveyance system” means and includes:
• Raw water collection systems (bringing water to a water treatment plant);
• Trunk and distribution systems (talking water from a water treatment plant or other sources of
potable water and delivering water to the reticulation network); and
• Control infrastructure at the interface between the distribution system and the reticulation
network.

5.7.1 General
For general equipment within the water conveyance system the following numbering convention shall
be applied.
The label shall be an alphanumeric string comprising two parts.
PU999

Part 2: Equipment sequential number (001 to 999) to be allocated unique to the


scheme.

Part 1: Alphabetic abbreviation representing the type of equipment and be limited to


abbreviations listed in Section 5.3 - Equipment Types
5.7.2 Valves and Flow Meters
For valves and flow meters within the water conveyance system equipment the following numbering
convention shall be applied.
The label shall be an alphanumeric string comprising three parts for all in-line valves and in-line
instruments:
900SV2375

Part 3: Integer representing the unique number registered for this item of
equipment. The SCI Coordinator, Regional Customer Services Group,
Operations Centre allocates this number to the equipment.

Part 2: Alphabetic abbreviation representing the type of equipment and be limited


to abbreviations listed in Section 5.3 - Equipment Types, in particular Section
5.3.2 Water Conveyance Systems.

Part 1: Integer representing the nominal diameter of the valve or meter.


The SCI Coordinator, Regional Customer Services Group, Operations Centre issues a sequential
block of unique equipment numbers for use within the specific planning or design project.
The CAD User shall make all reasonable attempts to allocate numbers to in-line valves and in-line
instruments that are in close proximity for ease of identification by people scanning drawings or
actual tags on equipment in the field.

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Before the planning project or design project is completed the Planning Manager, Design Manager or
CAD User shall advise the SCI Coordinator, Regional Customer Services Group, Operations Centre
of the numbers that have been allocated to equipment and the numbers that remain unused. The
Planning Manager or Design Manager shall provide the SCI Coordinator, Regional Customer Services
Group, Operations Centre with access to all final drawings that describe the use of the allocated block
of unique numbers.
Examples of valid equipment labels for in-line valves and in-line instruments are:
900SV2375 900mm Sluice Valve # 2375
800EBV4031 800mm Electrically Actuated Butterfly Valve # 4031
1000RV2400 1000mm Reflux Valve # 2400
900MFE3718 900mm Magnetic Flow Meter # 3718

5.8 Water Reticulation Equipment Identification Numbers


The reticulation network is those pipes that are tapped with customer service connections providing
water to customers under the standard terms of the Water Corporation’s Operating License and
Customer Charter. The reticulation network typically comprises pipes of 250mm nominal diameter
and less.
Raw water, trunk and distribution mains are not tapped with customer services connections except
where water is provided to a customer under explicit terms of a written “service by agreement.”
Trunk and distribution mains typically comprises pipes of 300mm nominal diameter and greater. Raw
water mains may be of any nominal pipe diameter.

5.8.1 General
For general equipment within the water conveyance system the following numbering convention shall
be applied.
The label shall be an alphanumeric string comprising two parts:
CL075

Part 2: Equipment sequential number (001 to 999) to be allocated unique to the


scheme.

Part 1: Alphabetic abbreviation representing the type of equipment and be limited to


abbreviations listed in Section 5.3 - Equipment Types
5.8.2 Bores
The label shall be an alphanumeric string comprising two parts:
BORE0298

Part 2: Four digit number corresponding to the number allocated as the bore
drilling number. For example 0298 for the 2nd bore that was drilled in 1998 in the
scheme.

Part 1: “BORE”

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6 STANDARD COLOUR CODING FOR PIPEWORK


The following chart is a copy of the Water Corporation standard for colour coding for Water and
Wastewater Treatment Plant pipework. This has been developed with Metropolitan Operations
personnel to reflect primarily the current Australian Standard AS2700-1996 and the Water
Corporation operational practices.
Asset creation, replacement or maintenance work should comply with this standard.
Copies of this drawing EG71-1-1 is available in the Corporation’s Drawing Management System -
aquaDRAW.
Identifying colours for buried water and wastewater conveyance pipes (e.g. beyond treatment process
plant pipework) should comply with design standard colour requirements as appropriate, including:
• DS 50 – Design and Construction Requirements for Gravity Sewers DN150 to DN600
• DS 51 - Wastewater Pumping Stations
• DS 63 - Water Reticulation Standard
• DS 79 - Design of Chemical Systems - Legislative Requirements and General Principles
Otherwise, the finished colour of conveyance pipes that may be exposed e.g. overground pipelines
should be a project by project selection, based on pipeline UV resistance, temperature and aesthetic
considerations.

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7 REGISTERED PLANSET NUMBERS FOR EXISTING


METROPOLITAN DRAINS
DRAIN LOCATION PLANSET DRAIN COMMENTS
NUMBER NUMBER
ABBETT PARK B.D. AG29 30202
ABERDARE ROAD B.D. AG30 20804
ABERNETHY ROAD B.D. AG31 70206
AGINCOURT DRIVE B.D. AG32 60503
ALBERT STREET B.D. AG33 30112
AMELIA STREET B.D. AG34 30304
AMHERST ROAD B.D. AG35 60803
ANZAC TERRACE B.D. AG36 50703
APPERLEY STREET M.D. AG37 70701
ARCHER STREET B.D. AG38 22302
AULBERRY PARADE B.D. AG39 60206

BACON PLACE B.D. AG40 50903


BAILE ROAD B.D. AG41 60806
BAILEY'S B.D. AG42 61402
BALCATTA B.D. AG43 30303
BALGAY B.D. AG44 30107
BALLANTYNE ROAD B.D. AG45 70209
BANNISTER CREEK M.D. AG46 60801
BANNISTER LAGOON B.D. AG47 60805
BARTRAM ROAD B.D. CT90 80506
BATEMAN ROAD B.D. AG48 60204
BAY VIEW TERRACE M.D. AG50 20901
BAYSWATER M.D. AG49 50101
BEATRICE AVENUE M.D. AG51 60401
BEECHBORO B.D. AG52 50104
BELFAST STREET B.D. AG53 50109
BENNETT STREET M.D. AG54 21601
BENT STREET B.D. AG55 70402
BERTRAM STREET B.D. AG56 50124
BERYL STREET B.D. AG57 30113
BIBRA LAKE B.D. CQ20 80507
BICKLEY BROOK M.D. AG58 70801
BINLEY BROOK B.D. AG59 70602
BIRREGA M.D. & SUBS AC25 90501 Part Mundijong Drainage District
BLACK CREEK B.D. AG61 70605
BLACKADDER CREEK M.D. AG60 51101
BOULDER STREET B.D. AG62 70203
BOWDEN AVENUE B.D. AG63 61604
BOWDEN STREET B.D. AG64 22005
BP B.D. AG65 70608
BRADLEY WAY B.D. AG66 50804
BRENTWOOD M.D. AG67 60101
BRIDGEWAY AVENUE M.D. AG68 61101
BRISTOL STREET B.D. CH71 80304
BRIXTON STREET B.D. AG69 70603
BROADHURST CRESCENT B.D. AG70 60205
BROADWAY B.D. AG72 50704

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NUMBER NUMBER
BROOK STREET M.D. AG73 50701
BROWNS LAKE EAST B.D. AG74 50114
BUCHANANS M.D. & SUBS AC93 173
BULL CREEK M.D. AG75 60201
BULWER STREET B.D. AG76 21810
BUNNINGS B.D. AG77 70212

CALEDONIAN AVE M.D. AG78 22101


CALLEY DRIVE B.D. AG79 60211
CALUME STREET B.D. AG80 80107
CAMM AVENUE B.D. AG81 60202
CAMPBELL STREET B.D. AG82 50125
CARINE M.D. AG83 30301
CENTRAL BELMONT M.D. AG84 40201
CHANNON STREET B.D. AG85 70302
CHAPMAN STREET M.D. AG86 50601
CHARTWELL PARK B.D. CX89 51107
CLAISEBROOK INTERCEPTING AG87 21802 Part Main Drain.
DRAIN
CLAISEBROOK M.D. AG88 21801
CLAYPAN (WEST) B.D. AR94 20812
CLIFF STREET M.D. AG89 20501
CLOTILDE STREET B.D. GB39 21905 Augmentation of Park Rd B.D.
CLOVERDALE B.D. AG90 40104
COBB STREET B.D. AG91 30205
COCKRAM STREET M.D. AG92 70401
COLIN ROAD M.D. AG93 30201
COLLIER PINES M.D. AG94 22501
COLLIER ROAD B.D. AG95 50116
COLLIER ROAD DIVERSION DR CU63 50127
COOLUP M.D. & SUBS AC98 212
CRAWLEY B.D. AG96 21103
CRIMEA STREET B.D. AG97 50110
CROFT STREET B.D. AG98 50123
CURTIS M.D. AD05 297

DEANMORE SQUARE B.D. AG99 30204


DELAWNEY B.D. AH01 30305
DENNY AVENUE B.D. AH02 61302
DEVENISH ROAD B.D. AH03 50802
DIANELLA B.D. AH04 50121
DIRK BROOK M.D. & SUBS AC22 90201 Part Mundijong Drainage District
DURBAN STREET B.D. AH05 40203
DUTTON CRESCENT B.D. AH06 30306

EGERTON DRIVE B.D. GY13 51206


EIGHTH AVENUE B.D. AH07 22003
ELMHURST WAY M.D. AH08 30401
EMU SWAMP M.D. AH09 51001
ENVALL WAY B.D. AH10 60210
ESSEX STREET M.D. AH11 20401

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NUMBER NUMBER
ESTHER STREET B.D. AH12 40102
EWING STREET B.D. AH13 70207
EXTENSION ROAD B.D. AH14 50702

FARLEY WAY B.D. AH15 50107


FAUNTLEROYS M.D. & SUBS AC97 219
FIFTH AVENUE B.D. AH16 60302
FITZGERALD STREET B.D. AH17 21302
FLYNN STREET B.D. AH18 30104
FORRESTDALE M.D. AH19 61401
FORRESTER ROAD M.D. AH20 80201
FULHAM STREET B.D. AH22 40106

GABRIEL STREET B.D. AH23 40108


GEMMELL PARK B.D. AH24 60103
GEORGE STREET B.D. AH25 70403
GERARD STREET B.D. AH26 70404
GNANGARA ROAD B.D. EY21 51202
GRACIE ROAD B.D. BW10 51003
GREENLANDS M.D. & SUBS AC96 223
GWYNNE PARK B.D. AH27 61605

HAMERSLEY AVENUE B.D. AH28 50904


HARDEYS CREEK M.D. & SUBS AC28 90801 Part Mundijong Drainage District
HAY STREET B.D. AH29 20808
HELM STREET M.D. AH30 70901
HENLEY BROOK M.D. EY22 51201
HERDSMAN INNER RING DRAIN AH32 30103
HERDSMAN M.D. AH31 30101
HERDSMAN PARADE B.D. AH33 30106
HIGH WYCOMBE B.D. AH36 40402
HIGHAM WAY B.D. AH35 60208
HILL STREET M.D. AH37 21501
HIRD ROAD B.D. CX37 80504
HOMER STREET B.D. AH38 22007
HOOSON WAY B.D. AH39 70102
HOWARD STREET M.D. AH40 20301
HUBERT STREET B.D. AH41 40202
HUGHES STREET B.D. AH42 60802
HUTTON STREET B.D. AH43 30110
HYDE PARK B.D. AH44 21808
HYMUS DRAIN AC24 90401 Part Mundijong Drainage District

JACKADDER LAKE OUTLET AH45 30109


DRAIN
JAMES STREET B.D. AH46 50111
JAMES STREET M.D. AH47 20701
JENNINGS WAY B.D. AH48 50803
JOHNSMITH STREET B.D. CU64 50128
JONES STREET B.D. AP49 30111 Removed - to be deconstituted
JOYCE STREET B.D. AR08 30203

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NUMBER NUMBER
KALGAN ROAD B.D. AH52 70205
KARDINYA B.D. AZ09 60105
KAREL AVENUE B.D. AH53 60207
KEANE ROAD B.D. AH54 61403
KEANE STREET B.D. AH55 40109
KENNON STREET B.D. AH56 60504
KENSINGTON LANE B.D. AH57 21807
KENT STREET B.D. AH58 22502
KEWDALE B.D. AH59 40107
KEWDALE ROAD B.D. AH60 70211
KING STREET B.D. AH63 50112 Bayswater
KING STREET B.D. AH62 20805 Shenton Park
KING WILLIAM STREET B.D. AH65 50102
KINGFISHER AVENUE B.D. CI06 51005
KINGS PARK B.D. AH61 20810
KINGSFORD DRIVE B.D. AH64 60206
KINGSTON PLACE B.D. AZ10 60106
KITCHENER ROAD M.D. AH66 50501
KOGOLUP LAKE B.D. CX49 80502
KOOYONG ROAD B.D. AH67 40103

LACEY STREET M.D. AH68 70501


LAKE COOGEE M.D. CH86 80401 Conceptual
LEACH AVENUE B.D. AH69 60602
LEEDERVILLE B.D. AH70 20811
LEFROY ROAD M.D. AH71 20101
LIEGE STREET B.D. CN98 70406
LIGHT STREET B.D. AH72 50118
LINCOLN ROAD B.D. AH73 50120
LITORIA M.D. AH86 61001 Ex Menzies Road M.D.
LOWES STREET B.D. AH74 40105
LYNWOOD AVENUE M.D. AH75 60901

MACAO ROAD B.D. AH76 40403


MALAGA ROAD B.D. CD23 50906
MANDALA CRESCENT B.D. AH77 60102
MANNING M.D. AH78 22401
MARDELLA M.D. & SUBS AC27 90701 Part Mundijong Drainage District
MARJORIE AVENUE M.D. AH79 60601
MARKET GARDEN SWAMP B.D. CH87 80402 Conceptual
MARS STREET B.D. AH80 70208
MARY CRESCENT M.D. AH81 50801
MAYLANDS-INGLEWOOD M.D. AH82 22001
MCCOURT STREET B.D. AH83 21202
MCDOWELL STREET B.D. AH84 70607
MEALUP M.D. & SUBS 277
MELALEUCA CRT B.D. AH85 50905
MERRICK WAY B.D. AH87 30302
MILLIGAN STREET B.D. AH88 21806
MILLS STREET M.D. AH89 70201
MODILLIAN AVENUE M.D. AH93 60501

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NUMBER NUMBER
MONS STREET B.D. AH94 50502
MORLEY B.D. AH95 50115
MORPHETT PARK B.D. AH96 60104
MORRISON ROAD DIVERSION CV23 51104
DRAIN
MOUNTS BAY M.D. AH98 21301
MT LAWLEY M.D. AH97 21901
MULLEN ROAD B.D. AH99 60203

NEERIGEN BROOK BYPASS B.D. CM77 61607


NEERIGEN BROOK M.D. SOUTH AI03 61602
NEERIGEN BROOK M.D. AI01 61601
NEERIGEN BROOK M.D. NORTH AI02 61605
NEWBURN ROAD B.D. AI04 70609
NORMANBY ROAD B.D. AI05 22006
NORTH COOLUP M.D. 298

OAKLANDS DRAIN M.D. & SUBS AC26 90601 Part Mundijong Drainage District
OSBORNE PARK B.D. AI06 30108

PARK ROAD B.D. AI07 21904


PATERSON ROAD B.D. AI08 70210
PAYNE PLACE B.D. AI09 80103
PEARL ROAD B.D. AI10 70606
PEARSON STREET M.D. AI11 50301
PEEL M.D. & SUBS AC23 90301
PENINSULA ROAD B.D. AI12 22002
PERRY LAKES B.D. AI13 20802
PERTH AIRPORT NORTHERN M.D. AI14 40401 Not Declared (Limestone Creek)
PERTH AIRPORT SOUTHERN M.D. AI15 40301
PETER STREET B.D. AI16 80105
PHILLIMORE STREET M.D. AI17 20601
PLAIN STREET M.D. AI18 21701
POISON GULLY B.D. AI19 40404
PORTCULLIS DRIVE B.D. AI20 60502
POWELL STREET B.D. AI21 21811
PRINCESS ROAD M.D. AI22 21001

QUEEN STREET B.D. AI23 22102

RAILWAY PARADE B.D. AI24 21902 Mount Lawley


RAILWAY PARADE B.D. AI25 50103 Bayswater
REMAN ROAD B.D. AI26 50113
RHINE PARK B.D. CX85 51105
RILEY ROAD M.D. AI27 60701
ROBERT BAY M.D. 278
ROCKINGHAM CENTRAL B.D. AH49 80104
ROCKINGHAM M.D. AI28 80101
ROCKINGHAM NORTH B.D. AI29 80102
ROCKINGHAM SOUTH B.D. AI30 80106
ROE STREET B.D. AI31 21804
ROKEBY ROAD B.D. AI32 20809

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NUMBER NUMBER
ROSSMOYNE B.D. AI33 60303
RUNDLE STREET M.D. AI34 61301

SADDLEHILL GARDEN B.D. CG91 60807


SCOTT STREET B.D. AI35 40110
SECOND ROAD M.D. AI36 61501
SELBY STREET B.D. AI37 30105
SERPENTINE RIVER M.D. & SUBS AC21 90101 Part Mundijong Drainage District
SEVENTH AVENUE B.D. AI38 22004
SHAFTSBURY AVENUE B.D. AI39 50122
SHENTON PARK B.D. AI40 20803
SIXTH AVENUE M.D. AI41 60301
SOUTH BELMONT M.D. AI42 40101
SOUTH COOLUP M.D. & SUBS 295
SOUTH JANDAKOT B.D. CH85 80503
SOUTH STREET M.D. AI43 20201
SOUTHERN LAKES M.D. CH84 80501
ST LAWRENCE DRIVE B.D. BF01 51002
STANHOPE GARDENS B.D. AE99 51103
STANMUIR ROAD M.D. AI44 50201
STAR STREET B.D. AR53 40111
STATION STREET B.D. AI45 70405
STUBBS TERRACE B.D. AI46 20807
SUBIACO M.D. AI47 20801
SWAN LAKE M.D. AI48 22201

THOMSONS LAKE B.D. CX50 80505


TREASURE ROAD B.D. AI49 70610
TROY STREET B.D. AI50 50106

VERDUN STREET B.D. AI51 20806


VICTORIA AVENUE M.D. AI53 21401
VICTORIA PARK M.D. AI52 22301
VICTORIA ROAD B.D. CF69 51004
VULCAN ROAD B.D. AI54 60804

WAIKIKI M.D. AI55 80301


WALDON STREET B.D. AI56 70103
WALTER CRESCENT B.D. AI57 50108
WALTER ROAD B.D. AI58 50117
WATTLE GROVE B.D. AS04 70612
WATTON PARK B.D. CX87 51106
WELLINGTON PARADE B.D. AI59 21812
WELLINGTON STREET B.D. AI60 21803
WELSHPOOL B.D. AI61 70204
WEMBLEY-JOLIMONT M.D. AI62 21201
WESTFIELD PARK M.D. AI63 61201
WHARF STREET M.D. AI64 70301
WICKS STREET B.D. AI65 50105
WIDGEE ROAD B.D. AI66 50902
WILLIAM STREET B.D. AI67 21805
WILLIAM STREET NORTH B.D. AI68 21809

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WILLIAMS ROAD M.D. BE61 61701
WILSON M.D. AI69 70101
WINIFRED ROAD B.D. AI70 70611
WINTHROP AVENUE M.D. AI71 21101
WINTHROP AVENUE NORTHERN AI72 21102
OUTLET DRAIN
WONGA ROAD M.D. AI73 50901
WOODBRIDGE CREEK B.D. AI74 51102
WOODLUPINE BROOK B.D. AI75 70604
WOODROW AVENUE B.D. AI76 21814
WORDSWORTH AVENUE B.D. AI77 21813
WRIGHT STREET B.D. AI78 21903
WUNGONG BROOK M.D. & SUBS AC29 61801 Part Mundijong Drainage District
WYONG ROAD B.D. AI79 70202

YIRRIGAN DRIVE B.D. AF38 50126


YULE BROOK M.D. AI80 70601

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8 WATER CORPORATION - PROCESS &


INSTRUMENTATION DIAGRAM (P&ID) STANDARD
SYMBOLS
The illustrations shown on the following drawings GB72-60-1 and GB72-60-2 are the Water
Corporations standard symbols for P&IDs selected from ‘ANSI/ISA S5.1-2009 Instrumentation
Symbols and Identification’; ‘BS1553:Part1:1977 Graphical symbols for general engineering - Part 1
Piping systems and plant’ and customised symbols used by the Water Corporation which have not
been derived from ANSI/ISA S5.1-2009 and BS1553:Part1:1977.
These symbols have been produced as ‘blocks’ in AutoCAD and are provided in a symbol library.
Each symbol has been created with attributes to allow data stored on the symbol to be extracted to an
Excel spreadsheet if required. The symbol library, together with a data extraction routine, is provided
on the WCX CD/download. To access these symbols from within AutoCAD, select the WCX pull-
down menu and select the ‘Load WC PID Menu’ menu item.
Only Water Corporation symbols for P&IDs located in the symbol library on the WCX Download
shall be used in the production of P&IDs for the Water Corporation. Symbols other than those
supplied from the symbol library shall not be used without the expressed approval of the appropriate
Principal Engineer, Infrastructure Design Branch (IDB) of the Water Corporation.
All symbols shall be used as supplied. They shall not be exploded and rebuilt, re-scaled or modified in
any way. If a new symbol is required, the following procedure shall be followed:
(a) The person requiring a new symbol shall provide a drawing of the proposed symbol to the
Drawing Management System Manager, who will arrange for the appropriate Principal
Engineer in IDB to comment and approve.
(b) Once the new symbol proposed has been agreed upon, a provisional approval for the use of the
symbol shall be provided by the appropriate Principal Engineer in IDB for use on the current
project only.
(c) If considered appropriate by the appropriate Principal Engineer in IDB, the symbol will be
adopted for use by the Water Corporation and added to the symbols library.
P&IDs are developed in stages from initial concept through to final design. As the design progresses
data should be inserted into the relevant symbol attributes as it becomes available. At the stage of ‘As
Constructed’ drawing production, all data attributes should be completed.
For the presentation of P&IDs produced for the Water Corporation, reference shall be made to
drawings GB72-60-83.1 and GB72-60-83.2 as typical examples. Legend and identification letters
shall be developed in accordance with ANSI/ISA S5.1-2009 Sections 4, 5 and the Tables in those
sections. Loop numbering shall use a serial numbering system in accordance with ANSI/ISA S5.1-
2009, Appendix A, Section A6.1.

8.1 Drawing Production Procedure


The presentation of drawings is a unique process dependent on individual imagination and skills and
as such cannot be predetermined completely. As a general requirement, the presentation of P&IDs
should be set out in a logical order which has a close representation to the physical arrangement of the
plant which the P&ID represents.
Each P&ID should incorporate the following features
(a) General ease of appreciation
(b) Clarity of detail
(c) Balanced uncluttered appearance
(d) Provision for possible future extensions or additions

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8.1.1 Asset Identification
An important piece of data to be added to a symbol is the ‘asset ID’ located on the ‘Field Location’
attribute. This asset identification number should be obtained from the Water Corporation prior to
commencing the creation of the P&I diagram.

8.1.2 Order of Detail Arrangement


It is recommended that hydraulic detail (eg pipes, tanks, valves etc) be placed on the P&I diagram
first. This determines the size of the P&ID and the number of drawing parts required. If the process to
be represented is large and cannot be fitted on one drawing, then the diagram can flow across as many
parts as necessary. The data extraction process will extract from any number of drawings.

8.1.3 Note on Drawing


All P&ID drawings shall carry the note ‘THIS DRAWING CREATED WITH SYMBOLS HAVING
ATTRIBUTE EXTRACTABLE DATA’. The preferred location for this note is in the bottom right
hand corner of the drawing. The note should have a text height of 5mm and placed on layer 24.

8.1.4 Attribute Data


As symbols from the WC P&ID library are selected and inserted onto the drawing the ‘enter attributes
dialog box’ is displayed, data should be added to as many attributes as possible at this time, to reduce
time consuming re-editing later.

8.1.5 File Delimiters


The text to be stored on the symbol attribute must not contain any commas (,) or single quotes (‘) as
the data extraction process uses these characters as delimiters to create extract files. If these
characters are left in the symbol attribute, the resultant spreadsheet column data for that symbol will
be misaligned and require extra editing.

8.1.6 Use of Grids and Snaps


P&ID drawings shall be created with AutoCAD Grid and Snap settings turned on. All P&ID symbols
have been created with the origin of the symbol at the centre of the symbol, with a recommended Grid
setting of ‘6’ displayed and Snap setting of ‘1’, the symbol is placed accurately on a grid point. To
connect pipe and signal lines to a symbol use a Snap of ‘1’ this will allow correct placement of line
work to touch the symbol without requiring extra trimming or extension of lines.

8.1.7 Layer and Linetypes


Symbols shall be connected together with lines to represent piping and signal paths. To facilitate the
connection of symbols, linetypes for both short distance connections and longer distance connections
are made available by selecting ‘P&ID layers/linetypes’ from the ‘WC P&ID’ pulldown menu. By
selecting ‘P&ID layers/linetypes’ the AutoCAD drawing is loaded with the extra layers and linetypes.
Refer drawing GB72-60-2 to establish the correct layer and linetype to be used.

8.2 Extract Procedure


8.2.1 Attribute Extraction
Upon completion of symbol and data allocation to the P&I diagram, an extract of the attribute data
can be obtained.
(a) Start in an AutoCAD P&ID drawing.
(b) Locate and select the ‘WC_P&ID’ pull-down menu. If this is not visible, select the WCX pull-
down menu and select the ‘Load WC_P&ID Menu’ menu item.
(c) Locate and select the ‘P&ID attribute extraction’ menu item.

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(d) A ‘Select any other drawing files for attribute extraction’ file dialogue box will appear,
allowing you to select other drawings to include in the extraction. More than one drawing can
be selected at a time using Ctrl and/or Shift in the usual Windows way. If there are no other
drawings to include, just pick Cancel and just the current drawing will be extracted. If you pick
other drawings, they will temporarily be attached as Xrefs and then detached again after the
extract. The routine will create a file ready to import into Excel, and display the filename in the
Command prompt area. The file will be called the same as the current drawing file, with
‘Extracted Data.txt’ appended.

8.3 Spreadsheet Procedure


(a) Start a new Excel spreadsheet
(b) Select ‘File’ and then ‘Open’, set the ‘Files of type’ box to ‘All Files (*.*)’, browse the path of
the current P&ID drawing and select the file called the same name as the current drawing
filename with ‘ Extracted Data.txt’ appended. Double-click on it or pick Open.
(c) The Text import Wizard – step 1 of 3 dialog box appears.
• In the ‘Original data type’ box select ‘Delimited’.
• ‘Start import at row’ should be set to ‘1’
• ‘File origin’ should read ‘Windows (ANSI)’ or ‘MS-DOS (PC-8)’.
Select ‘Next >’
(d) The Text import Wizard – step 2 of 3 dialog box appears.
• In the ‘Delimiters’ box turn on the ‘Comma’ toggle.
• ‘Text qualifier’ should be set to a single quotation mark.
• Turn off the ‘Treat consecutive delimiters as one’ toggle.
Select ‘Next >’
(e) The Text import Wizard – step 3 of 3 dialog box appears.
• ‘Column data format’ box select ‘General’.
Select ‘Finish’
(f) Checking for errors
Scan through the columns of information to see if any information is in the wrong column. This
is usually caused by commas (,) in the symbol attributes. If there is misalignment of data go
back to the drawing, fix the problem and then repeat the extract.
(g) Spacing of columns
Increase or decrease the spreadsheet column widths as necessary to display all text within the
columns.
• Highlight all cells.
• Select ‘Format’ pulldown menu.
• Select ‘Column’ menu.
• Select ‘Autofit Selection’.
(h) Spreadsheet title
Insert the spreadsheet title and date in the spreadsheet header
• Select ‘View’ pulldown menu.
• Select ’Headers and Footers.

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• Select ‘Custom Header’
• Type in title and date into ‘Centre section’. Select ‘OK’
(i) Borders
Apply borders to all cells containing data.
• Highlight all cells containing data.
• Select ‘Borders’ menu.
• Select ‘All borders’.
(j) Save as *.xls file
Save the modified spreadsheet in the form *.xls
(k) Print or exit
Print a hard copy of the spreadsheet or save and exit as required.

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9 WATER CORPORATION – DRAWING CHECKING,


APPROVAL AND CANCELLING REQUIREMENTS
The following drawings are representative of the Water Corporation’s standard titleblock
requirements for AutoCAD or MicroStation. All drawings produced for the Water Corporation shall
be metric, in accordance with AS 1100 and drawn on A1, A2, A3 or A4 sheets.
All hardcopy drawings issued to the Water Corporation for final acceptance shall be original sheet
size*. Standard Water Corporation drawing sheets will be supplied to the Contractor in electronic
form on a WCX (Water Corporation eXternal) compact disc/download, for AutoCAD or
MicroStation.
The Contractor shall ensure that the standard electronic drawing sheet is used for all CAD produced
drawings and shall ensure that all of the appropriate fields within the titleblock are completed.
Each drawing prepared by the Contractor shall carry a suitable identification label (eg electronic
insert) stating the title of the Contractor's firm, separate from the titleblock, but positioned within or
as close to the titleblock as possible. For examples, see later within this section.
All drawings shall be delivered to the Water Corporation in both electronic and hardcopy form.
Drawings shall be supplied in AutoCAD 2012 (or later). MicroStation drawings may also be accepted
subject to prior approval by the DMS Manager or when existing MicroStation drawings are being
revised. Drawings in AutoCAD LT, AutoCAD for Mac, Drafix, DesignCAD, Briscad or similar
format will not be accepted. New projects shall consist of drawings in one CAD package or the other,
but not a mixture of both. New drawings for existing assets shall be submitted in the same format as
any existing CAD drawings. Where an existing asset has a combination of formats contact the DMS
Manager for direction.
Any electronic drawings supplied to the Water Corporation must be independent of any dependencies
on software other than AutoCAD or MicroStation. Such software includes applications based on
AutoCAD or MicroStation, object enablers, third party applications, and so on. Such software may be
used during the creation and modification of drawings, but any drawing provided to the Water
Corporation must not retain any reliance on such software in order to maintain the drawing's
completeness or correctness.
The drawings shall include any reference (MicroStation) or Xref (AutoCAD) files relating to those
particular drawings. AutoCAD drawings shall not reference MicroStation drawings and MicroStation
drawings shall not reference AutoCAD drawings It is important to note that no registered drawing
submitted to the Water Corporation for final acceptance may attach any other registered drawing as a
reference or Xref file.
The Water Corporation’s Project Manager, Design Manager, Land Servicing Consultant, DMS
Manager, Planning Manager, CAD User or Planset Administrator will supply the formal Planset
number and title lines 1 and 2 to the Contractor upon request.
Important Note: For all approved drawings and subsequent revisions, the DMSOUT routine shall be run from inside
AutoCAD or MicroStation and the resultant output (dwg, dgn or zip) file/s sent, together with a signed original sheet size
hardcopy print, to the Water Corporation’s Project Manager, Design Manager, Land Servicing Consultant or Planning
Manager. The resultant output file/s can be found in the C:\aquaDRAW\CheckIn folder (although the setting for this location
may be user-modified after installation). The DMSOUT routine interrogates the titleblock and verifies that it has been
completed correctly and is DMS (aquaDRAW) compliant. Refer ‘Section 10’ - DMS Procedures 8, 9, 10 and 11 for the Final
Drawing Process.

All new drawings submitted to the Water Corporation for final acceptance and archival into the Water
Corporation’s Drawing Management System (DMS - aquaDRAW) shall be issue ‘A’. ie. no entry to
be inserted into the ‘Revision’ field of the titleblock.
If the issue ‘A’ drawing contains “As Constructed” information, the drawing shall be identified
accordingly with a prominent block within the body of the drawing labelled "As Constructed" or
similar and signed and dated by the Construction Engineer to certify its accuracy.

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Only previously archived drawings which have been checked-out of the DMS (aquaDRAW) for
revision will be accepted with an updated issue in the ‘Revision’ field of the titleblock. When a
drawing is required for revision, it shall be requested from the Corporation’s Project Manager, Design
Manager, Planning Manager or Land Servicing Consultant, then modified and returned with a new
issue (revision) letter in accordance with the WCX CAD Standard DS 80.
If an existing Water Corporation Standard or Example drawing is required to be used for a project,
then the Standard or Example drawing shall be checked out of the DMS for copy and then all of the
titleblock information shall be updated to represent the Project. The updated information shall include
the drawing title, drawing number, Designer’s Recommended / Approved names, dates and titles and
Design and Drawn names. A bold note shall also be included in the body of the drawing, to identify
the source Standard or Example drawing. eg. “This drawing has been derived from XY99-99-1A”. It
is most important to include the Revision letter of the Standard or Example drawing in the reference
note.
The drawing titleblock integrity shall not be changed in any way. Drawings, which fail titleblock
integrity checking by the Water Corporation, will be rejected and returned to the Contractor for
correction.
 Signed half-scale reduced prints of original sheet size drawings will not be accepted. The Water
Corporation requires an original sheet size print of each drawing for scanning purposes, to ensure
an acceptable level of clarity of image for loading into the DMS (aquaDRAW).

9.1.1 Drawing Checking and Approval


Drawings shall be checked and approved in accordance with sub-sections below.
Except where specifically indicated in Clauses 9.1.1.4, 9.1.1.5 and 9.1.1.7 below, for drawings
produced by designers or contractors external to the Water Corporation, all checks, verifications and
approvals shall be by the designers and contractors. The Water Corporation shall not be requested to
check or approve drawings.
For drawings produced by the Water Corporation or internal contractors, all checks, verifications and
approvals shall be by the Water Corporation or internal contractors.
9.1.1.1 Check by Draftsperson
If the drawing is acceptable the check is verified by entering the first initial and full surname of the
draftsperson at "DRN" eg N DIAMOND
9.1.1.2 Drafting Check
The person nominated to carry out the drafting check shall be independent of the drawing to be
checked.
The checker shall ensure that the drawing satisfies the customer’s requirements and the drafting check
shall be verified by entering the first initial and full surname of the checker at "Q.C. CHD" eg J
DENVER
9.1.1.3 Design Calculations and Check (If Design Input Within Drawing)
The designer who produced the design calculations for the drafting of the drawing is verified by
entering the first initial and full surname at "DES CALC" eg J FARNHAM. The physical location of
these calculations shall be identified in the “DES REF” box eg HF 1234
When the design for the drawing has been checked this is verified by entering the first initial and full
surname of the design checker at "DES CHD" eg B STREISAND
If there is no design input into the drawing, these fields shall be left blank.
9.1.1.4 Review and Recommendation
The review and recommendation is carried out by a person independent of the design work and once
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marked "RECOMMENDED". The position of recommender shall be indicated in
"RECOMMENDED TITLE" field eg DESIGNER PROJECT MANAGER
For standard drawings to be included in Water Corporation design standards the recommendation
shall be by a Water Corporation principal or supervising engineer.
9.1.1.5 Review and Approval
The person approving the drawing accepts liability for the design and the content of the drawing. If
the drawing is acceptable, the approval is verified by original signature and date in field marked
"APPROVED". The position of approver shall be indicated in "APPROVED TITLE” field eg
DESIGNER PROJECT DIRECTOR.
For standard drawings to be included in Water Corporation design standards, the approval shall be by
the Corporation’s Manager, Infrastructure Design Branch, or nominee.
9.1.1.6 Revision Responsibilities
When a drawing is revised, the person responsible for drafting the changes shall complete the entry in
the ‘Revision’ block of the titleblock. This entry shall include the following
“ISSUE” eg B
“DATE” eg 02/2002
“GRID” eg B-10. Note: if revision modifications are generally over the entire drawing, this field shall
be left blank. This field is NOT mandatory.
“REVISION” description shall depend on type of revision:
(a) General type (not ‘As Constructed’) eg OUTLET PIPE INCREASED TO DN600
(b) ‘As Constructed’ type 1 - Where the drawing revision contains ‘As Constructed’ information
which has been captured on a signed marked-up hard copy print and transferred onto the CAD
file, the drawing revision shall state: “AS CONSTRUCTED PLOTTED FROM
INFORMATION SUPPLIED BY XXX “ (where XXX is the construction engineer’s company
name)
(c) ‘As Constructed’ type 2 - Where the drawing revision contains ‘As Constructed’ information
which has been captured digitally and processed directly into the CAD file, the drawing
revision shall state: “AS CONSTRUCTED PLOTTED DIRECTLY FROM DIGITAL
CAPTURE”
“DRN” eg GRC
The review, recommendation and approval of the drawing revisions being accurate and correct, shall
be carried out by persons independent of the work and once the drawing is acceptable, the
recommendation and approval is verified by original initials in fields marked "REC" and “APPD”
respectively.
When a drawing is revised, it is important to note that the existing Designer’s identification label and
all other existing names from the previous version of the drawing within the titleblock are NOT
removed.
For drawings at revisions above Y please contact DMS Manager for instructions.
Important Note: All original signatures and initials placed in the Revision block of each original sheet size hard copy
drawing shall be transferred electronically into the CAD file prior to the DMSOUT routine being run. It is acceptable to
place these names and initials electronically on the CAD drawing prior to signing and initialing by the appropriate person
responsible.

9.1.1.7 Design Survey and ‘As Constructed’ Survey Recording


The 'Design Survey' and 'AsCon Survey' fields in the titleblock are used for recording the
 Designer’s Company name and the Design Survey Book number/s and/or
 Survey Company’s name and the 'As Constructed’ Survey Book number/s
used for the creation of the drawing.

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Where the drawing does not contain Design and/or ‘As Constructed’ survey information, the fields
are left blank.
Example Entries: Design Survey GHD SB 12345
AsCon Survey Whelans SB 6789
9.1.2 Drawing Revision to Cancelled Status
When it is necessary to have an existing drawing from the DMS (aquaDRAW) cancelled, the process
is as per a normal drawing revision (refer Section 10 - DMS Procedure 7) with some minor additional
requirements.
The reason for the drawing being cancelled will determine which of the following cases is applicable.
9.1.2.1 Case 1
The drawing is being cancelled because its contents have been made redundant, no longer applicable
to the project and there is not another new drawing created to replace the cancelled drawing.
The statement ‘DRAWING CANCELLED’ is to be placed diagonally across the body of the drawing
and also in the revision description field of the titleblock.
9.1.2.2 Case 2
The drawing is being cancelled because its contents have been made redundant, no longer applicable
to the project and there is another new drawing (with new drawing number) created to replace it.
The statement ‘DRAWING CANCELLED – REFER TO DRAWING XX99-?-?’ is to be placed
diagonally across the body of the drawing and also in the revision description field of the titleblock.
ie XX99-?-? represents the new replacement drawing number.
In either case mentioned above, the revised cancelled WCX CAD Standard compliant drawing shall
be submitted to the Water Corporation and loaded into the DMS (aquaDRAW). Once loaded into the
DMS (aquaDRAW), the DMS Manager shall be notified and he will arrange to have the aquaDRAW
status of the cancelled drawing changed from ‘Current’ to ‘Cancelled’.

9.1.3 ‘Hold’ Points


Items for which, at the time of drawing production, final dimensions or configuration are unknown or
may be subject to change, and items which are impacted by these, shall be indicated as such by use of
‘reverse cloud’ diagrams and the word ‘Hold’ with descriptive text to highlight outstanding or vendor
specific information required. .
The ‘Hold’ indicates that further information is required, or that design may change, prior to
construction; and to the Designer and design manager that further information is required to complete
the design.

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10 WATER CORPORATION - DRAWING


MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (aquaDRAW)
PROCEDURAL FLOW CHARTS, GROUPS &
FUNCTIONALITY
The phrase ‘Drawing Management System’ (DMS) refers to the process of managing drawings within
the Water Corporation. Access to the management of DMS is by use of the aquaDRAW application.
Access to aquaDRAW is available to all Water Corporation staff.
The following Drawing Management System (DMS - aquaDRAW) procedural flow charts are
representative of the Water Corporation’s various processes required for handling drawings created
either internally by Water Corporation (including Regions), external Designers.
The Drawing Management - Groups and Functionality table is a reference guide for users within the
Water Corporation and external Designers with DMS - aquaDRAW access only.

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DMS Procedure 1 - Preparation of new drawing from existing CAD drawing by


Water Corporation CAD User
This procedure is applicable to the Water Corporation CAD User wishing to produce a new drawing from
an existing CAD drawing extracted from aquaDRAW.

Register new Planset &


WC CAD User searches drawing sheet in
aquaDRAW for required Select aquaDRAW Create new drawing
electronic drawing from Check-out for or using cut'n'paste from
existing Planset within COPY Create new drawing checked-out drawing
aquaDRAW sheet in existing Planset
within aquaDRAW

Add electronic
Plot drawing to original signatures & dates to Send signed original
sheet size and obtain CAD drawing file. Check-in electronic sheet size hard copy print
appropriate signatures Ensure all mandatory drawing into to DMS Manager for
& dates after design titleblock fields are aquaDRAW scanning & entry into
check completed & run aquaDRAW
DMSout routine

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DMS Procedure 2 - Preparation of new drawing by Water Corporation CAD User


This procedure is applicable to the Water Corporation CAD User wishing to produce a new drawing from scratch

Register new Planset &


drawing sheet title in Plot drawing to original Add electronic
aquaDRAW sheet size and obtain signatures & dates to
OR Create CAD drawing appropriate signatures CAD file. Ensure all
Create new drawing sheet title & dates after design mandatory titleblock
in existing Planset within check fields are completed &
aquaDRAW run DMSout routine

Send drawing plot to


Check-in electronic
DMS Manager for
drawing into
scanning & entry into
aquaDRAW
aquaDRAW

DMS Procedure 3 - Preparation of revised drawing by Water Corporation CAD User


This procedure is applicable to the Water Corporation CAD User wishing to revise an existing drawing
extracted from aquaDRAW

WC CAD User Revise & plot drawing


searches aquaDRAW to original sheet size Add electronic initials
Select and obtain appropriate
for required electronic & date to CAD file
Check-out for initials & date in
drawing from existing revision block & run
REVISION revision block in
Planset within DMSout routine
aquaDRAW titleblock after revision
check

Note:
Permission to proceed with the revision of any
Send drawing plot to drawing must firstly be granted by the relevant WC
Check-in electronic
WC DMS Manager for Project Manager or Design Manager, prior to the
drawing into
scanning & entry into extraction of the drawing from aquaDRAW
aquaDRAW
IMS

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DMS Procedure 4 - Registration of new Planset for manual drawing/s


IMPORTANT NOTE: This procedure is for Development Services Branch use only
This procedure is applicable to the registration of a new Planset for manual drawings being produced by
an External Designer for submssion to the Water Corporation for entry into the Drawing Management
System - aquaDRAW.
NOTE: This procedure only applies to drawings in the following categories only
 Water & sewerage reticulation involving land subdivision
 Water & sewerage reticulation mains extensions not involving land subdivision

Water Corporation
Water Corporation Water Corporation On receipt of manual drawings
(incl. Regions) Water Corporation Planset Administrator or from External Designer, DSB
DSB Client Consultant receives DSB Client Consultant requests CAD User provides details Client Consultant registers
request from External Planset Administrator or CAD User to DSB Client Consultant drawings in aquaDRAW and
Designer* for new Planset for to register new Planset who relays details to sends them to DMS Manager for
manual drawings External Designer* scanning & entry into
aquaDRAW

DMS Procedure 5 - General search, view and print of current drawing in aquaDRAW
This procedure is applicable to the aquaDRAW user who wishes to search , view and print a current status
drawing within the DMS. Depending on whether the current status drawing is scanned or not and whether
it is a manual or CAD drawing file will depend on the viewing application. ie CAD viewer or Image Viewer

CAD User, Planset


Send to plotter or
Administrator or CAD User
printer for hard copy
Water Corporation Special can view current
print
aquaDRAW user CAD drawing file in
Logon into aquaDRAW: aquaDRAW
or
search for required
External Designer with
drawing
aquaDRAW access
Provided drawing is Download or send to
scanned, DMS user can plotter or printer for
view image of current hard copy print
* The terminology ‘External Designer’ can mean External Consultant or Contractor. drawing in aquaDRAW

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DMS Procedure 6 - Registration of new Planset / drawing by Water Corporation


This procedure is applicable to the registration of new Planset or drawing numbers by Water Corporation for
drawings being produced by an External Designer* for submssion to the Water Corporation for entry into the
Drawing Management System - aquaDRAW.

Water Corporation Water Corporation


(incl. Regions) Project Manager / Design
Design Manager / Manager / Planning Manager or Water Corporation
External Designer*
Planning Manager or DSB Client Consultant requests Planset Administrator or CAD
Creates new drawing/s
DSB Client Consultant Planset Administrator or CAD User provides details to
in accordance with
receives request from User to: Project Manager / Design
DMS Procedure 8
External Designer* for register new Planset or Manager / Planning Manager
new Planset or drawing reserve new drawing number/s or DSB Client Consultant
number in existing Planset
within aquaDRAW

* The terminology External Designer can


mean External Consultant or Contractor

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DMS Procedure 7 - General revision of existing drawing by External Designer*


This procedure is applicable to final electronic drawings produced by an External Designer* from the revision of an
existing Water Corporation drawing and submitted to the Water Corporation for re-entry into the Drawing
Management System - aquaDRAW.
Note: It does NOT include 'As Constructed' revisions - Refer DMS Procedure 10
External Designer* / Drafting
External Designer* / Drafting Water Corporation Resource
Resource Water Corporation DMS Manager supplies CAD Drafter adds revision information to
Requests CAD file/s for Project Manager / Design file/s to External Designer / next revision of CAD drawing file
'Revision' from WC Project Manager / Planning Manager or Drafting Resource (refer WCX Manual - Section
Manager / WC Design DSB Client Consultant requests cc to Project Manager / 9.1.1.7), and generates an original
Manager / WC Planning CAD file/s for 'Revision' from Design Manager / Planning sheet size hard copy print of each
Manager or DSB Client DMS Manager Manager or DSB Client drawing for signing. When
Consultant Consultant. Drawings are signed, runs DMSout
Completes IDB 'Drawing routine.
Transmittal Form'

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Project Manager / Design Manager / External Designer* / Drafting Resource
Planning Manager or DSB Client Submits drawing submission to WC Project Manager / WC Design Manager / WC
Consultant sends External Planning Manager or DSB Client Consultant
Designer's* drawing submission to Drawing submission shall include the following:
DMS Manager for processing into 1. WCX CAD Standard compliant CAD drawing file
aquaDRAW 2. Wet signed original sheet size hard copy print of above mentioned CAD drawing file

Water Corporation
DMS Manager arranges CAD User to -
 Check-in CAD file into aquaDRAW
 Scan and upload wet signed
original sheet size hard copy print
of above mentioned CAD drawing
* The terminology External Designer can
 Complete IDB 'Drawing Transmittal mean External Consultant or Contractor
Form' Water Corporation
 Complete IDB 'DMS Process Form' SIMG transfers information
into FMS
 Notify Project Manager / Design
Manager / Planning Manager or
DSB Client Consultant that
drawings are available in
aquaDRAW.
 Send original hardcopy to SIMG if it
contains relevant information.

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DMS Procedure 8 - Preparation of final CAD drawing by External Designer*


This procedure is applicable to final electronic drawings produced by an External Designer* and submitted to the
Water Corporation for entry into the Drawing Management System - aquaDRAW
Note: Excludes Water & Wastewater Reticulation

External Designer* Water Corporation


External Designer* Submits all of the following to WC Project Project Manager / Design
Produces approved drawing Water Corporation
Manager / WC Design Manager / WC Manager / Planning Manager DMS Manager arranges
in AutoCAD or MicroStation Planning Manager or DSB Client Consultant or DSB Client Consultant
format & runs DMSout CAD User to check-in
1. WCX CAD Standard compliant CAD sends External Designer's

DMS compliant drawing


routine in accordance with CAD drawing file into
drawing file drawing submission to DMS aquaDRAW
WCX CAD Standard 2. Wet signed original sheet size hard copy . Manager for processing into
print of above mentioned CAD drawing file aquaDRAW

Water Corporation
Return non WCX CAD Standard compliant drawing
Project Manager / Design Manager / Planning
Manager / DSB Client Consultant or DMS
Manager

Water Corporation
DMS Manager arranges CAD User to -
 Scan and upload wet signed
original sheet size hard copy print
of above mentioned CAD drawing
 Complete IDB 'DMS Process Form' * The terminology External Designer can
 Notify Project Manager / Design Water Corporation mean External Consultant or Contractor
Manager / Planning Manager or SIMG transfers information
DSB Client Consultant that into FMS
drawings are available in
aquaDRAW.
 Send original hardcopy to SIMG if
it contains relevant information.

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DMS Procedure 9 - Preparation of 'As Constructed' drawing by Water Corporation


This procedure is applicable to marked-up 'As Constructed' hard copy prints of drawings being submitted to the Water
Corporation by an External Designer* for entry into the Drawing Management System - aquaDRAW
Note: Excludes Water & Wastewater Reticulation

External Designer* External Designer* Water Corporation


Water Corporation CAD User adds 'As Constructed'
Marks up hard copy print of drawing Supplies signed marked-up Signed marked-up hard information to next revision of CAD
showing 'As Constructed' information in hard copy print of each copy print of each drawing drawing file (refer WCX Manual -
red and signs and dates drawing to drawing to WC Project forwarded to WC CAD Section 9.1.1.7)and generates an
certify its accuracy Manager / WC Design User original sheet size hard copy print of
Manager / WC Planning
Manager / DSB Client each drawing for signing
Consultant or DMS Manager
Water Corporation
After checking and wet signing of
drawing revision, CAD User runs
DMSout routine and checks CAD
drawing file into aquaDRAW

Water Corporation
Water Corporation Water Corporation
CAD User -
DMS Manager -
 Sends wet signed original sheet CAD User Water Corporation
 uploads scanned image of print  Emails SIMG (Spatial SIMG transfers information
size hard copy print of above
of CAD drawing file into Information Management into FMS
mentioned CAD drawing file to
aquaDRAW Group) with drawing list of
DMS Manager for scanning
 uploads scanned image of
 Sends original marked-up signed relevant** 'As Constructed'
original marked-up 'As drawings
hard copy print of each drawing to
Constructed' print into folder \\  Notifies Project Manager / * The terminology External Designer can
DMS Manager for scanning mean External Consultant or Contractor .
SVNTJT1-21\CDMS\Engimg\ Design Manager / Planning
Original AsCon Markups\** Manager or DSB Client ** Typical location & file name example of
 DMS Manager destroys marked- Consultant that drawings are
'As Constructed' scanned file
......\WAW\AA\AA99-001-002-03B.Tif
up hard copy drawings and available in aquaDRAW. ** Relevant FMS (Facilities Mapping
sends original print of relevant System) drawing/s includes any locality or
‘As Constructed’ drawings to site plans, general arrangements or layouts
SIMG. showing 'As Constructed' Water Corporation
assets, whether Wastewater, Water or
Drainage related.

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DMS Procedure 10 - Preparation of 'As Constructed' drawing by External Designer*
This procedure is applicable to 'As Constructed' drawings produced by an External Designer* and submitted to the
Water Corporation for entry into the Drawing Management System - aquaDRAW
Note: Excludes Water & Wastewater Reticulation External
Designer* / Drafting
Water Corporation Resource
Project Manager / Design Drafter adds 'As Constructed'
External Designer* / Manager / Planning
External Designer* External Designer* Drafting Resource information to next revision of
Marks up hard copy print of Supplies signed Manager or DSB Client CAD drawing file (refer WCX
Requests CAD file/s for Consultant arranges DMS
drawing showing 'As marked-up hard 'Revision' from WC Manual - Section 9.1.1.7), and
Constructed' information in red copy print of each Manager to send CAD file/s generates an original sheet size
Project Manager / WC to External Designer* /
and signs and dates drawing drawing to Drafting Design Manager / WC hard copy print of each drawing
to certify its accuracy** Resource** Drafting Resource and for signing. When Drawings are
Planning Manager or complete IDB 'Drawing
DSB Client Consultant signed, runs DMSout routine.
Transmittal Form'

Water Corporation External Designer* / Drafting Resource


Project Manager / Design Manager / Submits drawing submission to WC Project Manager / WC Design Manager / WC Planning Manager
Planning Manager or DSB Client or DSB Client Consultant
Consultant sends External Designer's* Drawing submission shall include the following:
drawing submission to DMS Manager 1. WCX CAD Standard compliant CAD drawing file
for processing into aquaDRAW 2. Wet signed original sheet size hard copy print of above mentioned CAD drawing file
3. Print of final accepted Design drawing showing ‘As Constructed’ information (marked-up in red)**

Water Corporation
DMS Manager arranges CAD User to - * The terminology External Designer can
 Check-in CAD file into aquaDRAW mean External Consultant or Contractor
 Scan wet signed original sheet size Water Corporation ** Not applicable when desiger
hard copy print and marked-up prepares drawings directly from digital
DMS Manager arranges CAD User to- capture See Section 14.2
signed hard copy print** of above  upload scanned image of print of
mentioned CAD drawing. CAD drawing file into aquaDRAW *** Relevant FMS (Facilities Mapping
 Complete IDB 'Drawing Transmittal  **upload scanned image of original System) drawing/s includes any locality or
Form' Water Corporation site plans, general arrangements or layouts
marked -up 'As Constructed' print into showing 'As Constructed' Water Corporation
 Complete IDB 'DMS Process Form' folder \\SVNTJT1-21\CDMS2\
SIMG transfers information
assets, whether Wastewater, Water or
 Notify Project Manager / Design Engimg\Original AsCon Markups\****
into FMS Drainage related.
Manager / Planning Manager or  Send original print of relevant ‘As
DSB Client Consultant that Constructed’ drawings to SIMG and **** Typical location & file name example of
drawings are available in destroys marked-up hard copy 'As Constructed' scanned file
aquaDRAW. ......\WAW\AA\AA99-001-002-03B.Tif
drawings.
 Email SIMG (Spatial Information
Management Group) with drawing
list of relevant FMS*** 'As
Constructed' drawings

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DMS Procedure 11 - Preparation of new drawing by External Designer* using an existing


Water Corporation CAD drawing as a template
This procedure is applicable to final electronic drawings produced by an External Designer* with the use of an
existing Water Corporation drawing as a template and submitted to the Water Corporation for entry into the
Drawing Management System - aquaDRAW

Water Corporation External Designer* / Drafting


External Designer* / Drafting
Water Corporation DMS Manager supplies CAD Resource
Resource
Project Manager / Design file/s to External Designer / Drafter creates new drawing from
Requests CAD file/s for 'Copy'
Manager / Planning Manager or Drafting Resource the CAD drawing file supplied, runs
from WC Project Manager /
DSB Client Consultant requests cc to Project Manager / DMSout routine and generates an
WC Design Manager / WC
CAD file/s for 'Copy' from DMS Design Manager / Planning original sheet size hard copy print
Planning Manager or DSB
Manager Manager or DSB Client of each drawing for signing
Client Consultant
Consultant.
Completes IDB 'Drawing
Transmittal Form'

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Project Manager / Design Manager / External Designer* / Drafting Resource
Planning Manager or DSB Client Submits drawing submission to WC Project Manager / WC Design Manager / WC
Consultant sends External Planning Manager or DSB Client Consultant
Designer's* drawing submission to Drawing submission shall include the following:
DMS Manager for processing into 1. WCX CAD Standard compliant CAD drawing file
aquaDRAW 2. Wet signed original sheet size hard copy print of above mentioned CAD drawing file

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DMS Manager arranges CAD User to -
 Check-in CAD file into aquaDRAW
 Scan wet signed original sheet size hard copy
print of above mentioned CAD drawing
 Complete IDB 'DMS Process Form' * The terminology External Designer can
 Notify Project Manager / Design Manager / mean External Consultant or Contractor
Planning Manager or DSB Client Consultant
Water Corporation
that drawings are available in aquaDRAW.
SIMG transfers information
 Email SIMG (Spatial Information Management
into FMS
Group) with drawing list of relevant FMS***
'As Constructed' drawings
 Send original hardcopy of relevant drawings
to SIMG

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Drawing Management System (DMS - aquaDRAW) – Groups & Functionality


(The following table is a reference guide for users with aquaDRAW access only)
DMS DMS CAD CAD PLANSET DMS
MANAGERS ADMINISTRATORS USERS USERS - SPECIAL ADMINISTRATORS BROWSERS
Information search of progressing, Information search of progressing, Information search of progressing, Information search of progressing, Information search of progressing, Information search of progressing,
current, superseded and cancelled current, superseded and cancelled current, superseded and cancelled current, superseded and cancelled current, superseded and cancelled current and cancelled drawings.
drawings. Image viewing of drawings. Image viewing of drawings. Image viewing of drawings. Image viewing of drawings. Image viewing of Image viewing of current and
current, superseded and cancelled current, superseded and cancelled current, superseded and cancelled current, superseded and cancelled current, superseded and cancelled cancelled scanned drawings.
scanned drawings. Download and scanned drawings. Download and scanned drawings. Download and scanned drawings. Download and scanned drawings. Download and Download and printing of single
printing of single or multiple printing of single or multiple printing of single or multiple printing of single or multiple printing of single or multiple or multiple images. Report on
images. Report on Selection images. Report on Selection images. Report on Selection images. Report on Selection images. Report on Selection Selection functionality.
functionality. Cut’n’Paste functionality. Cut’n’Paste functionality. Cut’n’Paste functionality. Cut’n’Paste functionality. Cut’n’Paste Cut’n’Paste Planset/drawing
Planset/drawing listings Planset/drawing listings Planset/drawing listings Planset/drawing listings Planset/drawing listings listings
Create new Planset/sheet/part Create new Planset/sheet/part Create new Planset/sheet/part View current, superseded and Create new Planset/sheet/part
sheet. View current, superseded sheet. View current, superseded sheet. View current, superseded cancelled CAD drawings. sheet. View current, superseded
and cancelled CAD drawings. and cancelled CAD drawings. and cancelled CAD drawings. and cancelled CAD drawings.

Check-out current drawings for Check-out current drawings for Check-out current drawings for Check-out current, superseded and Edit lines 3 and 4 in drawing
revision and copy. Check-out revision and copy. Check-out revision and copy. Check-out cancelled CAD drawings for copy profile of progressing, current,
superseded CAD drawings for superseded CAD drawings for superseded CAD drawings for only. superseded and cancelled
copy. Check-in electronic copy. Check-in electronic copy. Check-in electronic drawings. Delete progressing
drawings. Edit lines 3 and 4 in drawings. Edit lines 3 and 4 in drawings. Edit lines 3 and 4 in drawings
drawing profile of progressing, drawing profile of progressing, drawing profile of progressing,
current, superseded and cancelled current, superseded and cancelled current, superseded and cancelled
drawings Delete progressing drawings Delete progressing drawings Delete progressing
drawings. drawings. drawings.

Library database management. Library database management.


Modify DMS validation data. Modify DMS validation data
Change Planset title lines 1 and 2. Change Planset title lines 1 and 2.
Control access to drawings. Control access to drawings.
Change Status of drawing to Change Status of drawing to
‘Cancelled’ from aquaDRAW ‘Cancelled’ from aquaDRAW
menu. Mark ‘As Constructed’ menu. Mark ‘As Constructed’
drawings. drawings. (Key aquaDRAW
contact person within Region or
Branch).
Master DMS / aquaDRAW
administration functions. Load
‘old’ PWD and MWA Planset
numbers. Check-in manual. Undo
check-in. Remove drawings from
database.

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11 STANDARD WATER, WASTEWATER &


TREATMENT PROCESS PIPEWORK
DESIGNATIONS
The following comprehensive Tables detailing the standard water, wastewater and treatment
process pipework designations have been compiled by the Program Manager Standards in
consultation with specialists from Water Treatment, Wastewater Treatment, Mechanical and
SCADA sections of the Infrastructure Design Branch.

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11.1 Pipe Type Designations


TABLE 1 MILD STEEL PIPEWORK
Pipeline Characteristic Example Notes or Comments
Notation
Nominal diameter (DN) DN900 AS 1579 DN100 to DN1600
Outside diameter 914 (Allow for coating thickness)
Mild steel plate thickness 7
Inside diameter 868 (Allow for lining thickness)
Pipe structural material MS AS 1574 and AS/NZS368
Coating material MDP Refer Table 1 Part B
Lining material CL Refer Table 1 Part B
Jointing system RRJ Elastomeric or weld jointed options (See Table 1 Part A)
Flanged pressure classification PN21 PN14, PN21, PN35 (AS 4087 Figures B7, B8, B9)
Working Drawing Example Designation: DN900 (914/7/868) MDP MSCL ESJ PIPE to AS 1579
Plant Layout Drawing Example Designation: DN150 (168/5/140) MDP MSCL PIPE to AS 1579 FJ PN14 SE

TABLE 2 STAINLESS STEEL PIPEWORK


Pipeline Characteristic Example Notes or Comments
Notation
Nominal diameter (DN) DN50 DN20 to DN150 to ASTM A312
Pipe structural material & grade SS316L SS 316L or SS Alloy 20 (UNS N08020) to ASTM A240
Jointing system FJ Seamless. Butt joint welded or flange jointed
Flanged pressure classification PN14 PN14, PN21, PN35(AS 4087 Figures B7, B8, B9)
Working Drawing Example Designation: DN50 SS316L BJ PIPE to ASTM A312
Plant Layout Drawing Example Designation 1: DN50 SSA20 PIPE to ASTM A312 FJ PN21 SA
Plant Layout Drawing Example Designation 2: DN80 SS316L PIPE to ASTM A312 FJ PN14 NH3

TABLE 3 REINFORCED CONCRETE NON-PRESSURE PIPEWORK (RC)


Pipeline Characteristic Example Notes or Comments
Notation
Nominal diameter (DN) DN1500 DN600 to DN3000
Outside diameter 1714 Supplier to confirm
Concrete thickness 105 Supplier to confirm
Inside diameter 1496 (Allow for lining thickness – 4mm thickness assumed)
Pipe structural material RC RC for steel reinforced concrete; RA for resin aggregate (e.g. Polycrete)
Pipe load classification Class 4 AS 4058 classes 4 to 10; Jacking class (Special design)
Lining material PL Only where plastics lined
Jointing system RRJ RRJ for rubber (skid) ring (spigot and socket) joint (usually < DN1800)
IFJ for internal flush jointed (usually > DN1800)
Working Drawing Example Designation: DN1500 (1714/105/1504) Class 4 RCPL RRJ PIPE to AS 4058
Working Drawing Example Designation: DN800 (960/80/800) JACKING RA RRJ PIPE (e.g. Polycrete)
Site Layout Drawing Example Designation: DN1200 (1372/92/1187) Class 4 RCPL RRJ PIPE to AS 4058 RWW

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TABLE 4 PVC NON-PRESSURE PIPEWORK


Pipeline Characteristic Example Notes or Comments
Notation
Nominal diameter (DN) DN150 DN100 to 375
Pipe stiffness classification SN8 SN6 if < DN100; SN8 or 16 if > DN100
Pipe structure/profile Plain Plain, sandwich, or profiled wall
Pipe material composition UPVC Unplasticised PVC
Pipeline jointing system SWJ SWJ if < DN300; ESJ if > DN300
Pipe pressure classification Non-pressure
Working Drawing Example Designation: DN225 SN8 Plain UPVC SWJ PIPE to AS/NZS1260
Plant Layout Drawing Example Designation: DN100 SN6 Plain UPVC SWJ PIPE to AS/NZS1260 RE

TABLE 5 PVC PRESSURE PIPEWORK


Pipeline Characteristic Example Notes or Comments
Notation
Nominal diameter (DN) DN150 DN100 to 450
Pipe diameter series S2 Series 1 Metric/ISO=S1 ; Series 2 CIOD=S2
Pipe material composition MPVC (Molecular Oriented) PVC-O to AS/NZS 4441 (Int.); (Modified) PVC-M to
AS/NZS4765; (Unplasticised) PVC-U to AS/NZS1477
Pipeline jointing system ESJ Elastomeric seal joint – used to be RRJ (S1 & S2); Solvent weld joint (S1
only)
Pipe pressure classification PN12 PN12, PN18(S1); PN12, PN16(S2)
Working Drawing Example Designation: DN150 S2 MPVC ESJ PIPE PN12 to AS/NZS4765
Plant Layout Drawing Example Designation: DN100 S1 MPVC SWJ PIPE PN18 to AS4441 BWW

TABLE 6 PE PIPEWORK
Pipeline Characteristic Example Notes or Comments
Notation
Nominal outside diameter (DN) DN180 DN63, DN125, DN180, DN250, DN315, DN355 or DN450
Pipe compound classification PE100 PE80B or PE100
Standard dimension ratio SDR13.6 SDR7.4 to SDR13.6
Pipeline jointing system EFJ Electro-fusion, butt-fusion or mechanical compression jointed
Pipe pressure classification PN12.5 PN 12.5; PN16
Working Drawing Example Designation: DN150 PE100 EFJ PIPE SDR13.6 PN12.5 to AS/NZS4130
Plant Layout Drawing Example Designation: DN100 PE100 EFJ PIPE SDR11 PN16 to AS/NZS4130 RW

TABLE 7 GRP PRESSURE and NON-PRESSURE PIPEWORK


Pipeline Characteristic Example Notes or Comments
Notation
Nominal diameter (DN) DN900 AS 3571 (drainage/sewerage), AS 3571.2 (water supply)
Outside diameter 923
Pipe wall thickness 16.2
Inside diameter 891
Pipe stiffness class SN10 000 SN5 000, SN10 000
Pipe structural material GRP/FW Glass reinforced plastics filament wound (e.g. Flowtite)
GRP Glass reinforced plastics centrifugally cast (e.g. Hobas)
Jointing system ESJ Used to be RRJ
Pipe pressure class PN16 PN1 (Non-pressure), PN16, PN20, PN25, PN32
Working Drawing Example Designation: DN900 (923/16.2/891) SN10000 GRP/FW ESJ PN16 PIPE
Plant Layout Drawing Example Designation: DN450 (507/7.3/492) SN10000 GRP ESJ PN10 PIPE STL
Site Layout Drawing Example Designation: DN600 (667/9.3/648) SN5000 GRP/FW PN1 RWW

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TABLE 8 ABS PRESSURE PIPEWORK


Example Notes or Comments
Pipeline Characteristic Notation
Nominal diameter (DN) DN150 DN25 to DN750
Pipe diameter series S2 Series 1 Metric; Series 2 CIOD
Pipe compound classification ABS160 ABS120, ABS140, ABS160, ABS180
Standard dimension ratio SDR17.7 SDR9.3 to SDR19.8
Pipeline jointing system SWJ Elastomeric seal joint – used to be RRJ or Solvent weld jointed
Pipe pressure classification PN12 PN12, PN18, PN20
Working Drawing Example Designation: DN150 S2 ABS160 SWJ PIPE SDR17.7 PN12 to AS/NZS3518
Plant Layout Drawing Example Designation: DN65 S2 ABS180 SWJ PIPE SDR13.5 PN18 to AS/NZS3518 LW

TABLE 9 COPPER PIPEWORK


Example Notes or Comments
Pipeline Characteristic Notation
Nominal diameter (DN) DN100 DN20, DN25, DN40, DN50, DN80, DN100, DN150
Tube thickness type A - AS 1432 Table 2
Pipe structural material COPPER Alloy 122 (AS 2738.2)
Jointing system CJ CJ (MCJ or FJ not permissible in buried/concealed applications)
Flanged joint pressure class PN14 PN14 (AS 4087 Figure B1)
Working Drawing Example Designation: DN100 A COPPER CJ PIPE to AS1432
Plant Layout Drawing Example Designation: DN50 A COPPER MCJ PIPE to AS1432 XW

Plant/Site Layout and Working Drawing Designations vary in that Plant or Site Layout
Drawings contain designated pipe contents or process abbreviations. Jointing, coating and
lining system and pipe contents or process abbreviations are tabulated in Parts A, B and C of
TABLE 1 respectively.
General information and criteria for mechanical design of pipework may be referenced in
Mechanical Design Standards.

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11.2 Joint, Coating and Lining Designations


PART A: JOINTING SYSTEM ABBREVIATIONS
Jointing System Description Example Notes or Comments
Notation
MILD STEEL PIPE
Rubber ring jointed RRJ Rubber ring joint – also known as elastomeric seal joint (ESJ)

Rubber ring jointed with RRJ – e.g. Tyco Sintalok


welded restraint WR
Band weld jointed WJ – BJ Plain ended pipe, butt welded (WJ – PE) and fully banded

Slip-in Weld jointed WJ – SIJ Pipe slip-in weld jointed (also known as spherical slip-in, expanded
and collapsed or ball and socket weld jointed)
Plain end weld jointed WJ – PE Butt jointed welded pipe. (Integral to WJ – BJ for procurement
purposes but not a stand-alone pipeline joint system)
FLANGED METALLIC PIPE
Flange jointed and bolted FJ Steel, DI & Copper. Includes use of slip-on flanges.
PLASTICS PIPE
Elastomeric seal jointed ESJ DI, PVC, GRP and ABS. Elastomeric seals of EPDM, SBR or NBR
to AS 1646.
Solvent weld jointed SWJ Primer/cleaner/solvent – to AS 3879 (PVC); to AS 3691 (ABS)
REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE
Rubber ring jointed RRJ Natural rubber skid (or other) rings
Flush Jointed IFJ In wall spigot & socket (flush) jointed >DN1800
POLYETHYLENE PIPE
Mechanical compression MCJ PE pipe joint fittings to AS/NZS 4129
jointed
Electro-fusion jointed EFJ Joint fittings to AS/NZS 4129
Butt-fusion jointed BFJ To WSA-01 (WSAA National Polyethylene Pipeline Code)
COPPER PIPE
Capillary/Braze welded CJ Brazed with silver brazing alloy to AS 1167.1, Table 2

Mechanical compression MCJ Cone type washer to Drawing BD62-8-31


jointed

PART B: COATING AND LINING ABBREVIATIONS


Coating or Lining Material Example Notes or Comments
Notation
Fusion bonded medium density Polyethylene MDP AS 4321 (Pipe coating & lining applications)
High density Polyurethane HDP AS/NZS 1518 (Pipe coating applications)
Polyurethane PU Pipe coating & lining applications
Thermal-bonded polymeric coating and lining system FBE AS/NZS 4158
Fusion bonded (powder) epoxy FBE AS 3862
Hot-dip galvanising to AS 1650 G Ferrous pipe
Bitumen coated zinc B/Z Medium life expectancy. Bitumen delays
leaching of zinc by groundwater.
Bitumen coated B Cosmetic but of no corrosion protection value.
Polyethylene Sleeving to AS 3680 PES Ductile iron pipe applications
Plastics lining to Corporation Specification PL Wastewater RC pipe applications
Cement lining CL AS 1281 (MS, DI, CI pipe)
Epoxy seal coat for cement mortar lining E/CL Aggressive potable water applications
Bitumen seal coated for cement mortar lining B/CL Aggressive potable water applications
Natural Rubber lining (6mm thick lining to BS 6374.5) NR Conveyance of aggressive contents only.

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11.3 Pipe Contents Abbreviations


WASTEWATER Notation WATER Notation CHEMICAL DOSING Notation
Activated sludge AS Backwash outlet BWO Aluminium sulfate XAS4
(<5%)
Digester gas DG Backwash recovery water BRW (Poly) Aluminium chloride XACL
Excess activated EAS Backwash sludge (<5%) BSL Antiscalant ASC
sludge
Foul gas emission FG Backwash water BWW Ammonia solution XNHS
Grit GR Clarifier sludge (<5%) CSL Anhydrous Ammonia XNH3
Mixed liquor ML Filtered water FW
Natural Gas NG Lime sludge (<5%) LSL Carbon Dioxide XCO2
Primary effluent PEF Raw or bore water RW Carbon Dioxide solution XCDS
Primary sludge (<5%) PS Sludge/waste SL Chlorine Dioxide XCLD
Raw wastewater RWW Chlorine gas XCL2
Reclaimed effluent RE Powdered activated PAC Chlorine solution XCLS
carbon
Return activated RAS Garnet GAR Clean in Place solution CIP
sludge
Scrubber Liquor SL Pellets PEL
Secondary effluent SE Resin RES Ethylene Dia-mine Tetra-Acetic XEDT
Acid
Skimmings SK Drainage Water DRW Ferric chloride XFCL
Solids treatment liquor STL Chemical Drainage DRX Ferric sulfate XFS4
Fluorosilicic acid XFSA
Raw Seawater RSW Poly-electrolyte PLY
Filtered Seawater FSW Hydrochloric Acid XHCL
Concentrate CON Hydrogen Peroxide XHPX
Permeate (Water) PMW Lime water XLW
(Milk of) Lime slurry XLSL
Potable water PW Mixed chemicals MX
Instrument air (conditioned) IA Nutrient Solution NUS
Plant air PA Oxygen XO2
Blower air BA Ozone XO3
Site service water (non-potable) SW Phosphoric acid XPA
Fire services water XW Potassium permanganate XPPS
solution
Fuel oil services FO Sodium carbonate solution XSCS
Sodium bisulfite solution XSBS
Sodium chloride XSCL
Sodium (hexameta) phosphate XSP
Sodium hypochlorite XSHC
Sodium hydroxide XSHO
Sodium silicate solution XSSS
Sodium fluoride solution XSFS
Sulfur dioxide XSO2
Sulfamic acid XS3A
Sulfuric acid XS4A
Chemical naming convention note:
1) Endings in “S” are generally solutions,
2) Endings in “A” are generally acids,
3) “S4” is used to denote sulfate (“S3” for sulfamic)
4) Letters used are generally the first letters of the chemical except for lime or where chemical formulas are used
5) An “X” prefix is used to allow chemicals to be quickly identified on a drawing. Where the composition of a chemical is not
known (eg. antiscalant, clean in place, polyelectrolyte), a simple acronym has been used (eg ASC, CIP, PLY)

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12 VERTICAL DATUM & COORDINATE SYSTEM


DESIGNATIONS
The Water Corporation fully adopted the Geocentric Datum of Australia (GDA) in April 2001.
It is very important to note that all NEW digital drawings and maps containing geo-
spatial data, produced for the Water Corporation, shall be drawn using the Coordinate
System - Map Grid of Australia (MGA94). New drawings produced using any other
Coordinate System other than MGA94 will be rejected. (The unit of measure of MGA94 is
the metre; drawings in mm are not considered MGA94.)
Existing drawings within the Drawing Management System (DMS - aquaDRAW), which have
a Coordinate System other than MGA94, may be revised without transformation to MGA94.
Care shall be taken to avoid confusion by combining coordinates based on MGA94 with those
of the previous AMG84, as they differ by at least 190 metres. The existing height datum is
unaffected.
Some of the information held within the Water Corporation’s Drawing Management System
(DMS - aquaDRAW) may contain coordinates based on the old Australian Map Grid (AMG) or
an earlier Datum and shall not be mixed with the MGA based information.
Since December 2000, all Water Corporation standard titleblocks contain both ‘Vertical
Datum’ and ‘Coordinate System’ fields. The ‘Vertical Datum’ (if applicable) field remains
unchanged and shall have an entry as listed below. The ‘Coordinate System’ field indicates the
horizontal datum (if applicable) and shall have an entry as listed below.
It is important to note that both of these fields are mandatory and shall be completed as
designated below. The DMSout routine will not recognise any other designated entry and will
fail.

12.1.1 Vertical Datum


Description Designation in Drawing Titleblock
No Datum present within drawing ........................................................................................ NONE
Australian Height Datum ........................................................................................................ AHD
Mean Sea Level ...................................................................................................................... MSL
Christmas Island HD92 ...................................................................................................... CIHD92
See note contained within drawing ............................................................................... SEE NOTE

12.1.2 Coordinate System for NEW Drawings


For NEW drawings, the following Coordinate Systems listed below, are the only ones accepted
by the Water Corporation. See Important Note above
Description Designation in Drawing Titleblock
No Coordinate System present within drawing .................................................................... NONE
MGA94 [Zone 48 Extreme West]* .............................................................................. MGA94-48
MGA94 [Zone 49 Extreme West]* .............................................................................. MGA94-49
MGA94 [Zone 50 West]* ............................................................................................ MGA94-50
MGA94 [Zone 51 Centre]*........................................................................................... MGA94-51
MGA94 [Zone 52 East]* ............................................................................................ MGA94-52

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12.2 Coordinate System for REVISED Drawings


For REVISED drawings, the following Coordinate Systems listed below, will be accepted by
the Water Corporation. See Important Note above
Description Designation in Drawing Titleblock
No Coordinate System present within drawing .................................................................... NONE
MGA94 [Zone 49 Extreme West]* .............................................................................. MGA94-49
MGA94 [Zone 50 West]* ............................................................................................ MGA94-50
MGA94 [Zone 51 Centre]*........................................................................................... MGA94-51
MGA94 [Zone 52 East]* ............................................................................................ MGA94-52
AMG84 [Zone 52 East] ............................................................................................... AMG84-52
AMG84 [Zone 49 Extreme West] ................................................................................ AMG84-49
AMG84 [Zone 50 West] ............................................................................................... AMG84-50
AMG84 [Zone 51 Centre]............................................................................................. AMG84-51
ALB [Albany] ...................................................................................................... ALB
ALB94 [Albany 94] .................................................................................................. ALB94
BRO [Broome] ........................................................................................................BRO
BRO94 [Broome 94] ....................................................................................................BRO94
BCG [Busselton] ........................................................................................................BCG
BCG94 [Busselton 94] ....................................................................................................BCG94
CARN [Carnarvon] .................................................................................................... CARN
CARN94 [Carnarvon 94] ............................................................................................... CARN94
CIG85 [Christmas Island 85] ............................................................................................... CIG85
CIG94HI [Christmas Island 94 Hi] .................................................................................. CIG94HI
CIG94LO [Christmas Island 94 Lo] ................................................................................CIG94LO
CKIG92 [Cocos (Keeling) Islands 92] .............................................................................. CKIG92
CKIG94 [Cocos (Keeling) Islands 94] .............................................................................. CKIG94
ESP [Esperance] .......................................................................................................... ESP
ESP94 [Esperance 94] ...................................................................................................... ESP94
EXM [Exmouth] ..................................................................................................... EXM
EXM94 [Exmouth 94] ................................................................................................. EXM94
GCG [Geraldton] ...................................................................................................... GCG
GCG94 [Geraldton 94] .................................................................................................. GCG94
GOLD [Goldfields] ................................................................................................... GOLD
GOLD94 [Goldfields 94] ................................................................................................ GOLD94
JCG [Jurien] .........................................................................................................JCG
JCG94 [Jurien 94] ......................................................................................................JCG94
KAR [Karratha] ............................................................................................................. KAR
KAR94 [Karratha 94] ................................................................................................. KAR94
KUN [Kununurra] ...................................................................................................... KUN
KUN94 [Kununurra 94] ................................................................................................. KUN94
LCG [Lancelin] ....................................................................................................... LCG
LCG94 [Lancelin 94] ................................................................................................... LCG94
MRCG [Margaret River] ................................................................................................. MRCG
MRCG94 [Margaret River 94] ........................................................................................ MRCG94
PCG [Perth Coastal Grid] ....................................................................................................... PCG
PCG94 [Perth Coastal Grid 94] .......................................................................................... PCG94
PHG [Port Hedland] .......................................................................................................... PHG
PHG94 [Port Hedland 94] .................................................................................................. PHG94
GDA94 .......................................................................................................... GDA94
Unknown ............................................................................................ UNKNOWN
Local .................................................................................................. LOCAL
See note contained within drawing ............................................................................... SEE NOTE
* See following page for location of MGA94 Zones within Western Australia.
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13 WATER CORPORATION SURVEY FEATURE


CODES
The following is a comprehensive list of survey codes and their respective descriptions, which
are used on Water Corporation survey drawings and plans.
Abbreviations / First Letter: A = Gas, B = Cadastral, C = Survey Control, D = Drainage, E =
Electrical, G = Geology or General Topographical, I = Irrigation, R = Road or Rail, S =
Sewerage (Wastewater), T = Telecommunications, W = Water.

Sewerage (Wastewater) (S)

Telecommunications (T)
Survey Control (C)

Geology / General
DESCRIPTION CODES

Topography (G)

Road / Rail (R)


Cadastral (B)

Electrical (E)
Drainage (D)

Irrigation (I)

Water (W)
Gas (A)

ACCESS CHAMBER CENTRE POSITION .....AC D E I S T W


ACCESS CHAMBER CORNER/CHAMBER .....ACC D E I S W
ACCESS CHAMBER IN PIPE .....ACP D I S W
ACCESS LADDER .....LDR D G I S W
AIR LINE .....AIR S
ANCHOR BLOCK .....AB D I S T W
BARBECUE .....BBQ G
BASE OF WALL .....BW D G I
BEACH .....BCH G
BENCK MARK .....BM C
BERM ....BERM G
BORE .....BH I S W
BORROW PIT .....PIT G
BOTTOM OF BANK .....BB D G I W
BOUNDARY REFERENCE MARK .....RM B
BRIDGE .....BDG D G I
BUILDING POSITION .....BLD D G I S W
BUS SHELTER .....BUS G
CABLE PILLAR .....PLR E
CABLE PILLAR .....PLR T
CABLE PIT .....CP E
CADASTRAL BOUNDARY POINT .....DY B
CAR PARK .....CPK R
CATCHMENT BOUNDARY .....BDY D I S W
CATHODIC PROTECTION .....CA E
CEMETERY .....CM G
CENTRE OF PAVED ROAD .....CP R
CENTRE OF TRACK .....CT R
CHANGE OF GRADE .....CG D I
CHECK OBSERVATION POINT .....K C
CHEMICAL BUND ....BUND W
CHEMICAL LINE .....CHL S W
CHEMICAL MASK CABINET .....CMC W
COLUMN .....COL G
COMMUNICATION TOWER .....WR T
COMPENSATION BASIN .....CB D
CONCRETE PAD .....CPD G
CONDUCTIVITY CELL (W. RES) .....CVC W
CONDUIT/CABLE .....C E T
CONSTRUCTION JOINT .....CJ G
CONTOUR LINE .....CNT G
CONTROL BOX .....CB E

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Telecommunications
Survey Control (C)

Geology / General

(Wastewater) (S)
Topography (G)

Road / Rail (R)


Cadastral (B)

Electrical (E)
Drainage (D)

Irrigation (I)

Water (W)
Sewerage
Gas (A)

(T)
DESCRIPTION CODES

CONTROL TOWER .....CT I W


CRACK .....CK G
CREEK/RIVER .....CR G
CROSS SECTION .....XS D G I
CULVERT .....CUL D I
DAM .....DAM I W
DEAD PLATE / BLANK END .....DP W
DISCHARGE TOWER (WWTW) .....TWR S
DOMESTIC SERVICE .....DOMS A W
DRILL HOLE .....DH G
DRIVEWAY / CROSSOVER .....DW R
DRYING BED .....BED S
EARTH WIRE .....ARTH E
EDGE OF PAVED ROAD .....EP R
EDGE OF TRACK .....ET R
EXISTING SURVEY PEG .....PEG C
FENCE .....FCE G
FILTER .....FILT W
FIRE HOSE REEL .....FHR W
FIRE SERVICE .....FS W
FLOAT LEVEL SWITCH .....FSWH E
FLOOD GATE .....FG D
FLOOD LEVEL .....FDL D
FLOOR LEVEL .....FL G
FLOWER BED/GARDEN .....BD G
FLUSHING POINT .....FP I W
FUEL /OIL LINE .....OIL G
GANTRY .....TRY G
GATE .....ATE G
GAUGE BOARD .....GB D
GAUGE BOARD .....GB I W
GEOLOGICAL DRILL HOLE .....YDH G
GEOLOGY - FEATURE UNDEFINED .....YF G
GEOLOGY – CONTACT BOUNDARY .....YC G
GEOLOGY – CORE STONE ZONE .....YCS G
GEOLOGY – JOINT .....YJ G
GEOLOGY – OUTCROP .....YOC G
GEOLOGY – PEGMATITE .....YP G
GEOLOGY – SHEARED JOINT .....YHJ G
GEOLOGY – SHEARS .....YH G
GEOLOGY – SHEET JOINTS .....YSJ G
GEOLOGY- QUARTZ VEIN .....YQ G
GRATE/GULLY .....GLY D
GROUND HYDRANT .....H W
GROYNE .....GR G
GUY WIRE – ANCHOR BLOCKS .....GW E G T
HAND RAIL .....HR G
HIGH VOLTAGE TOWER .....TWR E
HURDLE .....HUR D
HYDRANT PILLAR .....HP W
HYDRO-GEOLOGY FEATURE .....YHF G
IMHOFF TANK .....IM S
INCINERATOR .....INC G
INSPECTION OPENING .....IO S
INSPECTION SHAFT .....IS S
INVERT LEVEL .....IL D G I S W
JUNCTION .....J S
JUNCTION BOX .....JB E T

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(Wastewater)

Telecommunications (T)
Survey Control (C)

Geology / General
Topography (G)

Road / Rail (R)


Cadastral (B)
DESCRIPTION CODES

Electrical (E)
Drainage (D)

Irrigation (I)

Water (W)
Sewerage
Gas (A)

(S)
KERBING .....KB G R
LEACH DRAIN .....LD G
LIGHT .....L E
LIGHT POLE .....LP E
LOGGER WELL (WATER RES) .....LGGR W
MAGNETIC FLOW METER .....MFM I W
MAIL BOX .....MLB G
MAIN MARKER .....MM A D E I S T W
MEDIAN STRIP / ISLAND .....MS R
METER .....M A D I S W
METER BOX .....MB E
NATURAL SURFACE .....GNS G
OVERFLOW CHANNEL - TANKS .....OFCH W
OVERFLOW SUMP .....OS D I S W
OVERHEAD WIRES .....OHW E T
PATHWAY .....PTH G
PIER .....PIER G
PIEZOMETER .....MZ I S W
PIPE POSITION .....P A D I S W
PIPE SURFACE CHANGE POSITION .....PSCHG S W
PIPE TYPE CHANGE POSITION .....PCHG S W
PITOMETER POINT .....MPP I W
PLAYGROUND .....PG G
POLE .....P T
POWER POLE .....PP E
PROPOSED PIPE POSITION .....PP D S W
PUMP MOTOR .....MTR D I S W
PUMPING STATION .....STN D I S W
RADIO MAST .....MAST T
RAILWAY LINE .....WY R
RAIN GAUGE .....RG W
RESERVOIR .....RES I W
RIDGE .....RDG G
ROAD DRAIN .....D R
ROAD LEVEL .....DL R
ROCK OUTCROP/FORM .....RK G
RUBBISH BIN .....BIN G
SAMPLE POINT .....SPT D I S W
SCOUR PIPE / CHANNEL .....SCR W
SCREEN .....SCR S
SEISMIC LINE .....S G
SEPTIC TANK .....ST G
SHRUB/BUSH .....BSH G
SIDE ENTRY PIT .....SEP D
SIGN .....SGN G
SILT PIT .....SPIT D I W
SOLAR PANEL .....SOL E
SOUNDING .....SDG G
SPEAR .....SPR I W
SPILLWAY .....SW I W
SPILLWAY CREST .....SWC I W
SPORTS OVAL .....SO G
SPRINKLER .....SPK G I S W
STAND PIPE / PRESSURE TOWER .....SP W
STANDARD SURVEY MARK .....SSM C
STEEL POST, POLES, ETC. .....POST G

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Telecommunications
Survey Control (C)

Geology / General

(Wastewater) (S)
Topography (G)

Road / Rail (R)


Cadastral (B)

Electrical (E)
Drainage (D)

Irrigation (I)

Water (W)
DESCRIPTION CODES

Sewerage
Gas (A)

(T)
STEPS .....STEP G
STILLING TUBES .....SGT I W
STRAINER POLE .....SP E T
STRUCTURE POSITION .....STR A D E G I S T W
SURVEY CONTROL POINT ..... C
SURVEY OBSERVATION PILLAR .....OBS C
TANK POSITION .....T A D G I S W
TANK STAND .....TSTD W
TELEMARK TOWER .....TWR W
TELEPHONE BOX .....BOX T
TOILET/TOILET BLOCK .....WC G
TOP OF BANK .....TB D G I W
TOP OF WALL .....TW D G I
TRAFFIC / STREET SIGN .....TS R
TRAFFIC LIGHTS .....TL R
TRANSFORMER .....TR E
TREATMENT POND .....POND S
TREE ....TREE G
TREE STUMP .....TS G
UNDERPASS .....UP G
VALVE PIT .....VP I S W
VALVE POSITION .....V A D I S W
WALL .....W G
WATER DRAIN .....DR W
WATER LEVEL .....WL D G I S W
WATER TANK CONCRETE APRON .....TAPR W
WATER TAP ....TAP G W
WEIR .....WEIR D I W
WELL .....WELL G I S W
WINDMILL .....WM G

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14 ‘AS CONSTRUCTED’ DRAWING REQUIREMENTS


14.1 General Requirements
‘As Constructed’ information shall be progressively captured in step with construction work by
an engineering surveyor who is duly certified in accordance with the requirements of the
project specification. This information shall be progressively incorporated into ‘As
Constructed’ drawings, prior to their submission for review and checking into the DMS -
aquaDRAW.
A set of project drawings (current issue at the time of supply) will be supplied in the
appropriate format to facilitate the recording of ‘As Constructed’ information of the specified
quality. ‘As Constructed’ drawing information shall show the true position of all structures and
services relative to one another and to known cadastral boundaries, duly presented to a level of
detail and drafting quality equal to that of corresponding working (or issued-for-construction)
drawings. The status of each drawing used to construct an infrastructure asset shall be revised
to ‘As Constructed’ irrespective of whether or not the asset configuration changed during
construction (i.e. whether constructed as originally drawn or not).
If an existing Water Corporation Standard or Example drawing was used for a project, then the
Standard or Example drawing shall be checked out of the DMS for copy and then all of the
titleblock information shall be updated to represent the Project. The updated information shall
include the drawing title, drawing number, Designer’s Recommended / Approved names, dates
and titles and Design and Drawn names. A bold note shall also be included in the body of the
drawing to identify the source Standard or Example drawing. eg. “This drawing has been
derived from XY99-99-1A”. It is most important to include the Revision letter of the Standard
or Example drawing in the bold note. Once this drawing has been loaded into DMS, it too shall
be revised to ‘As Constructed’ as detailed in this section.
‘As Constructed’ changes that are ‘manually’ captured shall be marked-up in red ink in
sufficient detail to enable review, validation, archival and checking into the DMS
(aquaDRAW). The transfer of the red mark-ups from hard copy to CAD drawings that comply
with this (DS 80) standard shall be in accordance with the requirements of the project brief or
contract as appropriate.
Each ‘As Constructed’ drawing shall be duly dated and endorsed by the accountable project
personnel, including the constructor, to certify the accuracy of ‘As Constructed’ information.
No constructed asset shall be deemed to have reached practical completion in the absence of
signed-off ‘As Constructed’ drawings that show ‘As Constructed’ information for all
constructed components of that asset. .
A marked up set of ‘As Constructed’ electrical drawings shall be provided on site for the
purpose of commissioning work. All changes to the originally specified electrical equipment
prior to the commissioning date shall be shown on the drawings. Acceptance of the changes by
an Electrical Engineer shall be verified and signed-off on each drawing.
The following requirements shall apply to ‘As Constructed’ drawings to be submitted for entry
into the Drawing Management System (DMS - aquaDRAW) and shall be read in conjunction
with Section 10 - DMS Procedures 9 & 10.

14.2 Format of ‘As Constructed’ Drawings


The format of each ‘As Constructed’ drawing submitted for checking and archival into the
DMS (aquaDRAW) shall be as follows:
Where the ‘As Constructed’ information has been captured on a signed marked-up hard copy
print, the drawing submission to the Water Corporation shall comprise:
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(a) WCX CAD Standard DS 80 compliant AutoCAD or MicroStation CAD drawing


file with the following statement in the drawing ‘Revision Description’ field [AS
CONSTRUCTED PLOTTED FROM INFORMATION SUPPLIED BY XXX (See
Note below)] where XXX is the constructors name (Refer Section 9.1.1.7 and
(b) A wet signed original sheet size hard copy print of the above mentioned CAD
drawing file and
(c) An original sheet size hard copy print showing construction changes marked in
RED and signed and dated by the constructor to certify ’As Constructed’ data
accuracy.
Where the ‘As Constructed’ information has been captured digitally on site and processed
directly into the AutoCAD or MicroStation WCX CAD Standard DS 80 compliant drawing, the
drawing submission to the Water Corporation shall comprise the following:
(a) WCX CAD Standard DS80 compliant AutoCAD or MicroStation CAD drawing
file with the following statement in the drawing ‘Revision Description’ field [AS
CONSTRUCTED PLOTTED DIRECTLY FROM DIGITAL CAPTURE (Refer
Clause 9.1.1.7) and
(b) A wet signed original sheet size hard copy print of the above mentioned CAD
drawing file signed and dated by the constructor to certify ’As Constructed’ data
accuracy.
(c) Where the drawing is at issue ‘A’, this note shall be included in the body of the
drawing.

14.3 Required ‘As Constructed’ Information Detail


As a minimum, ‘As Constructed’ drawings shall include the information indicated below and
each point shall be fixed by at least two dimensions to cadastral boundaries and preferably by
MGA94 coordinates. Where no cadastral boundaries are shown MGA coordinates are
required:-

14.3.1 Wastewater Pumping Station &/or Pressure Main


(a) The site plan drawing shall show:-
• The position of the pumping station, valve pits and electrical cubicle.
• The position of the inlet access chamber and inlet pipe or pipes with invert levels,
pipe materials, class and diameter of pipes.
• The position of the overflow facilities with pipe invert levels, grades, pipe
materials, class and diameter.
• The position of power poles, cables, water service, fences, gates and pressure
main.
• Details of paving and drainage.
• Site levels.
(b) The general arrangement drawing shall show:-
• Details of pumpsets with make and model number and impeller diameter.
• Pump control levels in the wet well.
• Details of discharge pipework with sluice valves, reflux valves and mobile pump
branch.
• Level of pump well floor and top slab.
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• Status of redundant (not in use) pipework i.e. removed or left in place


• Any disconnections, cutting and capping and the like must be specifically stated on
the ‘As Constructed’ drawing
(c) The Pressure Main drawing shall show:-
• Horizontal alignments and running chainage
• Invert levels at bends, changes of grade and point of discharge
• Pipe material with position of any change in material.
• Pipe classification, inside diameter, outside diameter and thickness.
• Position of scour valves, air valves and bends
• Status of redundant (not in use) PM i.e. removed or left in place
• Any disconnections, cutting and capping and the like must be specifically stated on
the ‘As Constructed’ drawing

14.3.2 Wastewater Main Sewers


(a) The location of Main Sewers shall be fixed by dimensions to the intersection points of
sewer centre lines in Access Chambers, Maintenance Shafts and Deleted Access
Chambers, ends of IO sewers, centres of inspection shafts on IS sewers. Each point shall
be fixed by at least two dimensions to cadastral boundaries
(b) The following ‘As Constructed’ information shall be included in all Main Sewer
drawings:-
• Diameter of pipe.
• Pipe material.
• Type of pipe joint.
• Grade of sewer, calculated by dividing the horizontal distance between the points
at which levels are taken by the differences in the sewer inlet levels at the internal
faces of the Access Chamber walls, the centre of the Maintenance Shafts or
Deleted Access Chambers or end of sewer or centre of IS shaft.
• Length of sewer measured between the centre of Access Chambers, Maintenance
Shafts and Deleted Access Chambers.
• Length of IO sewer measured from the centre of Access Chambers and or
Maintenance Shafts to the capped end of the sewer.
• Length of IS sewer measured from the intersection of sewer centrelines to the
centre of the vertical inspection shaft.
• Concrete encasement and steel sleeves with measurement fixing their locations to
the downstream Access Point.
• Invert levels at the internal faces of Access Chamber walls, centres of Maintenance
Shafts and Deleted Access Chambers and ends of sewers and at the inspection
shaft on IS sewers.
• Where Main Sewers pass through large lots, sufficient coordinates at Access
Chambers, Maintenance Shafts and Deleted Access Chambers based on the Map
Grid of Australia 1994 (MGA94) shall be given to fix their locations. When
coordinates are provided, the coordinate system shall be specified on the drawing.
• The cover surface level of the Access Chambers and Maintenance Shafts shall be
taken on the top edge of the cover frame above the downstream sewer.
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• Status of redundant (not in use) Main Sewer i.e. removed or left in place.
• Any disconnections, cutting and capping and the like must be specifically stated on
the ‘As Constructed’ drawing

14.3.3 Water Supply Distribution Pipelines


• On the first drawing of the Planset, the ‘As Constructed’ information showing the actual
total lengths laid of each type and size of pipe; and the date(s) of the successful pressure
test(s).
• Pipe type, joint type and pressure rating. Pipe level and ground levels
• Running horizontal distances shall be shown for all valves, fittings, change of pipe size,
change of direction, connections etc.
• At every pipeline horizontal distance shown, where possible, the horizontal distance of
the nearest building line or lot boundary normal to the alignment of the main shall be
shown. The offset of the main shall also be shown.
• The start of each running horizontal distance line shall be from an existing fitting or
main. This fitting or main shall be described (eg. “EXIST. 500 x 400 Tee”) and marked
as “START 00m”. “START 00m” shall have a measurement relating its position to the
nearest lot boundary or building line, normal to the alignment of the main.
• All valves, fittings, connections, air valves, scours etc. shall have size and horizontal
distance indicated (eg. 300 SV, 10.2m).
• All bends shall be indicated by angle and horizontal distance (eg. 45º BEND, 35.7m).
• All blank ends shall be indicated (eg. END, B/END, 532.7m).
• The ‘As Constructed’ information shall also contain a description and surveyed MGA94
coordinates for every bend, valve, connection, scour, manhole and all other fittings or
attachments.
• Status of redundant (not in use) WS Main i.e. removed or left in place.
• Any disconnections, cutting and capping and the like must be specifically stated on the
‘As Constructed’ drawing

14.3.4 Water Supply Distribution Tanks


• Positions of the tank and overflow/drainage sump.
• Site levels
• Details of hardstand, paving and drainage including levels
• Details of under drainage including levels
• Positions and details of fences, gates, power poles and other services including cables
and conduits.
• Positions of pipe fittings, valves, valve pits, overflow/drainage chambers, pits, sampling
points, flow meter, pitometer points, electrical cubicles
• Orientations of tank pipework inlet, outlet, overflow, scour and interconnecting pipes.
• Orientations of roof and wall hatches, ladders/stairways and roof ridges.
• Invert levels of pipework at bends, fittings and change of grade.
• Lengths of pipework or running horizontal distances.
• Details of pipework - Diameter, material, class, and joint type.

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• Status of redundant (not in use) pipework i.e. removed or left in place.


• Any disconnections, cutting and capping and the like must be specifically stated on the
‘As Constructed’ drawing
• Details of valves - Diameter, class, manufacturer and model.
• Foundation details - Pad thickness, material and compaction
• Concrete details - Grade, admixtures used and cover to reinforcement
• Reinforcement details -Type and diameter or fabric number
• Lifting system details - Manufacturer and part numbers.
• Pipe penetration details - Floor, wall and roof
• Pipe concrete encasement details
• Tank floor slopes
• Ladder/stairway details including fixing details
• Details of structural steelwork including fixing details
• Steel roof sheeting details - BMT, coating, colour code, manufacturer, warranty reference
(ref no. and date) and expiry date of warranty.
• Details of steel plate for steel tank - Thickness and grade of steel. On steel shell drawing
include the note “No welding on tank to be undertaken without consulting Mechanical &
Electrical Services Branch.”
• Details of paint applied to metal interfaces - Manufacturer and type
• Details of painting system for steel tanks - Manufacturer, type, coat thickness, and colour
code
• Details of protection to structural steel work - Material and type and thickness of coating
• Details of internal liners for steel tanks - Manufacturer, material, thickness and warranty
• Instrumentation details - Location, manufacturer and part numbers.
• Cathodic protection details - Manufacturer and part numbers.
• Isolating flange details - Location

14.3.5 Dams and Dam Safety


• All information that is constructed in accordance with the design drawings shall be ticked
in red
• All information that is not in accordance with the design drawings shall be crossed out in
red and
• Other relevant ‘As Constructed’ information shall be marked in red

14.3.6 Urban Main Drain & Country Drains


• Corrected distances along the route of the drain.
• Invert levels at access chambers and structures.
• Levels for top of access chambers and top of structures.
• The position of access chambers and structures by cadastral ties (or by MGA94
coordinates where cadastral ties are not possible).
• Finished contours for compensating basins and open drains.

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• The actual storage capacity, to the design TWL, of compensating basins noted in the
design data on the drawing.
• Bedding information of piped drains and culverts.
• Junction locations.
• The extents of remnant vegetation and planted vegetation.
• Variations from design.
• All other relevant ‘As Constructed’ information

14.3.7 Water Supply Reticulation


Requirements as detailed in Design Standard DS 63

14.3.8 Non Drinking Water Reticulation


Requirements as detailed in Design Standard DS 63-01

14.3.9 Wastewater Reticulation


Requirements as detailed in Part Six of DS 50 – Design and Construction Requirements for
Gravity Sewers DN150 to DN600.

14.3.10 Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants


All the requirements detailed in project specifications and relevant Water Corporation Design
Standards applicable to those assets constructed.

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15 WATER CORPORATION - REGISTERED


PLANSET NUMBERS FOR EXISTING WATER
SYSTEM FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTIONS
It is intended that one Planset is created for each separate water supply system listed below. As
various Functional Control Diagrams (FCDs) are revised and issued they would be placed into
the relevant Planset and the revision version incremented accordingly. These Plansets then
become the DMS (aquaDRAW) repository from which the Water Corporation can retrieve
current functional descriptions. It will enable the AMPS portal to use the DMS (aquaDRAW)
Plansets to find the relevant operating diagrams and show them to users.
Scheme Name Planning Area (or System) Name
Planset
Planset title Line 1 Planset title Line 2 No.
ARROWSMITH WATER SUPPLY ARRINO SYSTEM HP85
ARROWSMITH WATER SUPPLY ARROWSMITH REGIONAL SYSTEM HP86
ARROWSMITH WATER SUPPLY CARON SYSTEM HP87
ARROWSMITH WATER SUPPLY MORAWA SYSTEM MD98
ARROWSMITH WATER SUPPLY PERENJORI SYSTEM HP89
AUGUSTA WATER SUPPLY AUGUSTA SYSTEM HP90
AUSTRALIND-EATON WATER SUPPLY AUSTRALIND SYSTEM HP91
AUSTRALIND-EATON REGIONAL
AUSTRALIND-EATON WATER SUPPLY HP92
SYSTEM
AUSTRALIND-EATON WATER SUPPLY EATON SYSTEM HP93
BADGINGARRA WATER SUPPLY BADGINGARRA SYSTEM HP94
BINDOON-CHITTERING WATER SUPPLY BINDOON SYSTEM HP95
BINDOON-CHITTERING REGIONAL
BINDOON-CHITTERING WATER SUPPLY HP96
SYSTEM
BINDOON-CHITTERING WATER SUPPLY CHITTERING SYSTEM HP97
BINNINGUP WATER SUPPLY BINNINGUP SYSTEM HP98
BOLGART WATER SUPPLY BOLGART SYSTEM HP99
BORDEN WATER SUPPLY BORDEN SYSTEM HQ00
BOYANUP WATER SUPPLY BOYANUP SYSTEM HQ01
BREMER BAY WATER SUPPLY BREMER BAY SYSTEM HQ02
BROAD ARROW WATER SUPPLY BROAD ARROW SYSTEM HQ06
BROOME WATER SUPPLY BROOME SYSTEM HQ07
BRUNSWICK ROELANDS & BUREKUP
BRUNSWICK JUNCTION SYSTEM HQ08
WATER SUPPLY
BRUNSWICK ROELANDS & BUREKUP BRUNSWICK JUNCTION REGIONAL
HQ09
WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM
BRUNSWICK ROELANDS & BUREKUP
BUREKUP SYSTEM HQ10
WATER SUPPLY
BRUNSWICK ROELANDS & BUREKUP
ROELANDS SYSTEM HQ11
WATER SUPPLY
BRUNSWICK ROELANDS & BUREKUP
WOKALUP SYSTEM HQ12
WATER SUPPLY
CALINGIRI WATER SUPPLY CALINGIRI SYSTEM HQ13
CAMBALLIN WATER SUPPLY CAMBALLIN SYSTEM HQ14
CAPEL WATER SUPPLY CAPEL SYSTEM HQ15
CARNARVON WATER SUPPLY CARNARVON SYSTEM HQ16
CERVANTES WATER SUPPLY CERVANTES SYSTEM HQ17
CONDINGUP WATER SUPPLY CONDINGUP SYSTEM HQ18
COOMBERDALE WATER SUPPLY COOMBERDALE SYSTEM HQ19
CRANBROOK WATER SUPPLY CRANBROOK SYSTEM HQ20
CUE WATER SUPPLY CUE SYSTEM HQ21
DALYELLUP WATER SUPPLY DALYELLUP SYSTEM HQ22

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Scheme Name Planning Area (or System) Name

Planset
Planset title Line 1 Planset title Line 2 No.
DANDARAGAN WATER SUPPLY DANDARAGAN SYSTEM HQ23
DARDANUP WATER SUPPLY DARDANUP SYSTEM HQ24
DATHAGNOORARA WATER SUPPLY CARNAMAH SYSTEM HQ25
DATHAGNOORARA WATER SUPPLY COOROW SYSTEM HQ26
DATHAGNOORARA REGIONAL
DATHAGNOORARA WATER SUPPLY HQ27
SYSTEM
DENHAM WATER SUPPLY DENHAM SYSTEM HQ28
DENMARK WATER SUPPLY DENMARK SYSTEM HQ29
DERBY WATER SUPPLY DERBY SYSTEM HQ30
DONNYBROOK WATER SUPPLY DONNYBROOK SYSTEM HQ31
DUNSBOROUGH WATER SUPPLY DUNSBOROUGH SYSTEM HQ32
DUNSBOROUGH WATER SUPPLY DUNSBOROUGH REGIONAL SYSTEM HQ33
DUNSBOROUGH WATER SUPPLY YALLINGUP SYSTEM HQ34
DWELLINGUP WATER SUPPLY DWELLINGUP SYSTEM HQ35
ENEABBA WATER SUPPLY ENEABBA SYSTEM HQ36
ESPERANCE WATER SUPPLY ESPERANCE SYSTEM HQ37
EXMOUTH WATER SUPPLY EXMOUTH SYSTEM HQ38
FITZROY CROSSING WATER SUPPLY FITZROY CROSSING SYSTEM HQ39
FRANKLAND WATER SUPPLY FRANKLAND SYSTEM HQ40
GASCOYNE JUNCTION WATER SUPPLY GASCOYNE JUNCTION SYSTEM HQ41
GERALDTON WATER SUPPLY DONGARA-DENISON SYSTEM HQ42
GERALDTON WATER SUPPLY ERADU SYSTEM HQ43
GERALDTON WATER SUPPLY GERALDTON SYSTEM HQ44
GERALDTON WATER SUPPLY GERALDTON REGIONAL SYSTEM HQ45
GERALDTON WATER SUPPLY MULLEWA SYSTEM HQ46
GERALDTON WATER SUPPLY OAKAJEE SYSTEM HQ47
GERALDTON WATER SUPPLY PORT DENISON SYSTEM HQ48
GIBSON WATER SUPPLY GIBSON SYSTEM HQ49
GINGIN WATER SUPPLY GINGIN SYSTEM HQ50
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
ARDATH SYSTEM HQ51
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
BAKERS HILL SYSTEM HQ52
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
BALLIDU SYSTEM HQ53
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
BARBALIN SYSTEM HQ54
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
BEACON SYSTEM HQ55
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
BENCUBBIN SYSTEM HQ56
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
BEVERLEY SYSTEM HQ57
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
BINDI BINDI SYSTEM HQ58
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
BODALLIN SYSTEM HQ59
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
BRUCE ROCK SYSTEM HQ60
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
BULLFINCH SYSTEM HQ61
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
BUNTINE SYSTEM HQ62
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
BURRACOPPIN SYSTEM HQ63
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER CADOUX SYSTEM HQ64

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Scheme Name Planning Area (or System) Name

Planset
Planset title Line 1 Planset title Line 2 No.
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
CHIDLOW SYSTEM HQ65
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
CLACKLINE SYSTEM HQ66
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
CLEARY ROCKS SYSTEM HQ67
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
COOLGARDIE SYSTEM HQ68
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
CORRIGIN SYSTEM HQ69
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
CUNDERDIN SYSTEM HQ70
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
DALWALLINU SYSTEM HQ71
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
DOODLAKINE SYSTEM HQ72
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
DOWERIN SYSTEM HQ73
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
GAWS - BG EXTENSION SYSTEM HQ74
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
GAWS - BH EXTENSION SYSTEM HQ75
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
GAWS - BP EXTENSION SYSTEM HQ76
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
GAWS - CK EXTENSION SYSTEM HQ77
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
GAWS - CS EXTENSION SYSTEM HQ78
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
GAWS - GW EXTENSION SYSTEM HQ79
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
GAWS - KN EXTENSION SYSTEM HQ80
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
GAWS - KS EXTENSION SYSTEM HQ81
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
GAWS - LD EXTENSION SYSTEM HQ82
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
GAWS - MK EXTENSION SYSTEM HQ83
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
GAWS - MN EXTENSION SYSTEM HQ84
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
GAWS - MS EXTENSION SYSTEM HQ85
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
GAWS - NK EXTENSION SYSTEM HQ86
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
GAWS - SN EXTENSION SYSTEM HQ87
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
GAWS - UA EXTENSION SYSTEM HQ88
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
GAWS - UB EXTENSION SYSTEM HQ89
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
GAWS - UC EXTENSION SYSTEM HQ90
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
GAWS - UD EXTENSION SYSTEM HQ91
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
GAWS - MAIN CONDUIT SYSTEM HQ92
SUPPLY
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GOOMALLING SYSTEM HQ93
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
KALANNIE SYSTEM HQ94
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
KALGOORLIE-BOULDER SYSTEM HQ95
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
KAMBALDA SYSTEM HQ96
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
KELLERBERRIN SYSTEM HQ97
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
KNUNGARJIN SYSTEM HQ98
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
KOOLYANOBBING SYSTEM HQ99
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
KOORDA SYSTEM HR00
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
KUNUNOPPIN SYSTEM HR01
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
KWOLYIN SYSTEM HR02
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
MARVEL LOCH SYSTEM HR03
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
MECKERING SYSTEM HR04
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
MERREDIN SYSTEM HR05
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
MILING SYSTEM HR06
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
MINNIVALE SYSTEM HR07
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
MOORINE ROCK SYSTEM HR08
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
MUKINBUDIN SYSTEM HR09
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
MUNTADGIN SYSTEM HR10
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
NAREMBEEN SYSTEM HR11
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
NORSEMAN SYSTEM HR12
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
NORTHAM SYSTEM HR13
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
NUNGARIN SYSTEM HR14
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
PITHARA SYSTEM HR15
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
QUAIRADING SYSTEM HR16
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
SHACKLETON SYSTEM HR17
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
SOUTHERN CROSS SYSTEM HR18
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
TAMMIN SYSTEM HR19
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
TOODYAY SYSTEM HR20
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER TRAYNING SYSTEM HR21
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SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
WADDOURING SYSTEM HR22
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
WARRALACKIN SYSTEM HR23
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
WESTONIA SYSTEM HR24
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
WONGAN HILLS SYSTEM HR25
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
WUBIN SYSTEM HR26
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
WUNDOWIE SYSTEM HR27
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
WYALKATCHEM SYSTEM HR28
SUPPLY
GOLDFIELDS & AGRICULTURAL WATER
YORK SYSTEM HR29
SUPPLY
GRASS PATCH WATER SUPPLY GRASS PATCH SYSTEM HR30
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY ALLANSON SYSTEM HR31
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY ALLANSON PARK SYSTEM HR32
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY BODDINGTON SYSTEM HR33
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY BROOKTON SYSTEM HR34
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY BROOMEHILL SYSTEM HR35
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY COLLIE SYSTEM HR36
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY CUBALLING SYSTEM HR37
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY DARKAN SYSTEM HR38
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY DUDININ SYSTEM HR39
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY DUMBLEYUNG SYSTEM HR40
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY GNOWANGERUP SYSTEM HR41
BOTTLE CREEK-PINWERNYING
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY HR42
SYSTEM
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY COLLIE-NARROGIN SYSTEM HR43
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY CUBALLING-BROOKTON SYSTEM HR44
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY KATANNING-LAKE GRACE SYSTEM HR45
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY KATANNING SOUTH SYSTEM HR46
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY LAKE GRACE-NEWDEGATE SYSTEM HR47
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY REGIONAL SYSTEM HR48
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY HIGHBURY SYSTEM HR49
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY HYDEN SYSTEM HR50
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY KARLGARIN SYSTEM HR51
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY KATANNING SYSTEM HR52
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY KOJONUP SYSTEM HR53
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY KONDININ SYSTEM HR54
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY KUKERIN SYSTEM HR55
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY KULIN SYSTEM HR56
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY LAKE GRACE SYSTEM HR57
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY MURADUP SYSTEM HR58
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY NARROGIN SYSTEM HR59
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY NEWDEGATE SYSTEM HR60
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY NYABING SYSTEM HR61
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY PINGARING SYSTEM HR62
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY PINGELLY SYSTEM HR63
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY PINGRUP SYSTEM HR64
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY POPANYINNING SYSTEM HR65
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY TAMBELLUP SYSTEM HR66
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY WAGIN SYSTEM HR67
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GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY WANDERING SYSTEM HR68
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY WICKEPIN SYSTEM HR69
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY WILLIAMS SYSTEM HR70
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY WOODANILLING SYSTEM HR71
GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WATER SUPPLY YEALERING SYSTEM HR72
GREENBUSHES & BALINGUP WATER
BALINGUP SYSTEM HR73
SUPPLY
GREENBUSHES & BALINGUP WATER
GREENBUSHES SYSTEM HR74
SUPPLY
GREENBUSHES & BALINGUP WATER GREENBUSHES-BALINGUP
HR75
SUPPLY REGIONAL SYSTEM
GUILDERTON WATER SUPPLY GUILDERTON SYSTEM HR76
HALLS CREEK WATER SUPPLY HALLS CREEK SYSTEM HR77
HARVEY WATER SUPPLY HARVEY SYSTEM HR78
HOPETOUN WATER SUPPLY HOPETOUN SYSTEM HR79
HORROCKS WATER SUPPLY HORROCKS SYSTEM HR80
JERRAMUNGUP WATER SUPPLY JERRAMUNGUP SYSTEM HR81
JURIEN WATER SUPPLY JURIEN SYSTEM HR82
KALBARRI WATER SUPPLY KALBARRI SYSTEM HR83
KALBARRI WATER SUPPLY PORT KALBARRI SYSTEM HR84
KEMERTON WATER SUPPLY KEMERTON SYSTEM HR85
KIRUP-MULLALYUP WATER SUPPLY KIRUP SYSTEM HR86
KIRUP-MULLALYUP REGIONAL
KIRUP-MULLALYUP WATER SUPPLY HR87
SYSTEM
KIRUP-MULLALYUP WATER SUPPLY MULLALYUP SYSTEM HR88
KUNUNURRA WATER SUPPLY KUNUNURRA SYSTEM HR89
LAKE ARGYLE WATER SUPPLY LAKE ARGYLE SYSTEM HR90
LAKE KING WATER SUPPLY LAKE KING SYSTEM HR91
LANCELIN WATER SUPPLY LANCELIN SYSTEM HR92
LANCELIN WATER SUPPLY LANCELIN REGIONAL SYSTEM HR93
LANCELIN WATER SUPPLY SEAVIEW PARK SYSTEM HR94
LAVERTON WATER SUPPLY LAVERTON SYSTEM HR95
LEDGE POINT WATER SUPPLY LEDGE POINT SYSTEM HR96
LEEMAN-GREENHEAD WATER SUPPLY GREENHEAD SYSTEM HR97
LEEMAN-GREENHEAD WATER SUPPLY LEEMAN SYSTEM HR98
LEEMAN-GREENHEAD WATER SUPPLY LEEMAN REGIONAL SYSTEM HR99
LEONORA WATER SUPPLY LEONORA SYSTEM HS00
LOWER GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WS ALBANY SYSTEM HS01
LOWER GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WS KENDENUP SYSTEM HS02
LOWER GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WS LGSTWS REGIONAL SYSTEM HS03
LOWER GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WS MOUNT BARKER SYSTEM HS04
LOWER GREAT SOUTHERN TOWNS WS PORONGORUP SYSTEM HS05
MANDURAH/PINJARRA WATER SUPPLY CADDADUP SYSTEM HS06
DOWER STREET HIGH LEVEL
MANDURAH/PINJARRA WATER SUPPLY HS07
SYSTEM
FREMANTLE ROAD HIGH LEVEL
MANDURAH/PINJARRA WATER SUPPLY HS08
SYSTEM
MANDURAH/PINJARRA WATER SUPPLY HALLS HEAD SYSTEM HS09
MANDURAH/PINJARRA WATER SUPPLY MANDURAH SYSTEM HS10
MANDURAH/PINJARRA WATER SUPPLY MANDURAH REGIONAL SCHEME HS11
MANDURAH/PINJARRA WATER SUPPLY NORTH MANDURAH HS12
MANDURAH/PINJARRA WATER SUPPLY PARK RIDGE SYSTEM HS13
MANJIMUP WATER SUPPLY MANJIMUP SYSTEM HS14
MARBLE BAR WATER SUPPLY MARBLE BAR SYSTEM HS15
MARGARET RIVER WATER SUPPLY COWARAMUP SYSTEM HS16
MARGARET RIVER WATER SUPPLY GRACETOWN SYSTEM HS17
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MARGARET RIVER WATER SUPPLY MARGARET RIVER SYSTEM HS18
MARGARET RIVER REGIONAL
MARGARET RIVER WATER SUPPLY HS19
SYSTEM
MEEKATHARRA WATER SUPPLY MEEKATHARRA SYSTEM HS20
MENZIES WATER SUPPLY MENZIES SYSTEM HS21
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY ARALUEN HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HS22
ARMADALE-KELMSCOTT LOWER
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS23
GRAVITY SYSTEM
ARMADALE-KELMSCOTT UPPER
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS24
GRAVITY SYSTEM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY ARMADALE HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HS25
BARRAGOON GROUND WATER
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS26
SYSTEM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY BEDFORDALE HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HS27
BICKLEY-CARMEL HIGH LEVELS
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS28
SYSTEM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY BOLD PARK GRAVITY SYSTEM HS29
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY BRIGADOON SYSTEM HS30
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY BRUNSWICK DAM SYSTEM HS31
BUCKLAND HILL GRAVITY (WEST
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS32
MELVILLE) SYSTEM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY BULLSBROOK SYSTEM HS33
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY BYFORD GRAVITY SYSTEM HS34
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY BYFORD HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HS35
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY CANNING DAM SYSTEM HS36
CANNING VALE - GOSNELLS
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS37
GRAVITY SYSTEM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY CARABOODA-NEERABUP SYSTEM HS38
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY CHURCHMANS BROOK DAM SYSTEM HS39
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY CITY BEACH HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HS40
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY CONJURUNUP DAM SYSTEM HS41
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY DANDALUP SYSTEM HS42
DANDALUP (KARNUP-DANDALUP)
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS43
GROUND WATER SYSTEM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY DOUBLEVIEW HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HS44
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY EAST NEERABUP SYSTEM HS45
EAST YOKINE-MORLEY GRAVITY
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS46
SYSTEM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY EGLINTON GROUND WATER SYSTEM HS47
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY FOOTHILLS GRAVITY SYSTEM HS48
FORRESTFIELD - CRYSTAL BROOK
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS49
HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY FREMANTLE HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HS50
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY GINGIN GROUND WATER SYSTEM HS51
GNANGARA (ELLEN BROOK) WATER
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS52
SUPPLY SYSTEM
GOSNELLS-RIVERTON GRAVITY
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS53
SYSTEM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY GOSNELLS HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HS54
GREENMOUNT-DARLINGTON HIGH
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS55
LEVEL SYSTEM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY GREENMOUNT GRAVITY SYSTEM HS56
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY GWELUP GROUND WATER SYSTEM HS57
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HAMILTON HILL GRAVITY SYSTEM HS58
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HAMILTON HILL HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HS59
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HARVEY DAM SYSTEM HS60

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METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HERNE HILL HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HS61
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY INDEPENDENT ARTESIANS SYSTEM HS62
IWSS BULK WATER TRANSFER
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS63
SYSTEM
JANDAKOT GROUND WATER
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS64
SYSTEM
JANE AND SUSANNAH BROOK DAM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS65
SYSTEM
JARRAHDALE TOWN SUPPLY
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS66
SYSTEM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY JOONDALUP HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HS67
KALAMUNDA-LESMURDIE HIGH
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS68
LEVEL SYSTEM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY KARNUP GRAVITY SYSTEM HS69
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY KARNUP HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HS70
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY KELMSCOTT HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HS71
KEWDALE - SOUTH PERTH GRAVITY
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS72
SYSTEM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY LEXIA GROUND WATER SYSTEM HS73
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY LOGUE BROOK DAM SYSTEM HS74
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY MAIDA VALE HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HS75
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY MEDINA GRAVITY SYSTEM HS76
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY MEDINA HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HS77
MELVILLE-RIVERTON GRAVITY
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS78
SYSTEM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY MELVILLE HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HS79
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY MINDARIE HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HS80
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY MIRRABOOKA GRAVITY SYSTEM HS81
MIRRABOOKA GROUND WATER
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS82
SYSTEM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY MIRRABOOKA HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HS83
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY MOSMAN PARK HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HS84
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY MOUNT ELIZA EAST SYSTEM HS85
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY MOUNT ELIZA WEST SYSTEM HS86
MOUNT HAWTHORN GRAVITY
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS87
SYSTEM
MOUNT HAWTHORN HIGH LEVEL
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS88
SYSTEM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY MOUNT HELENA SYSTEM HS89
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY MUNDARING-DARLINGTON SYSTEM HS90
MUNDARING WEIR & LOWER HELENA
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS91
SYSTEM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY MUNDIJONG GRAVITY SYSTEM HS92
NEERABUP GROUND WATER
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS93
SYSTEM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY NEERABUP LAKE SYSTEM HS94
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY NEERIGEN HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HS95
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY NORTH DANDALUP DAM SYSTEM HS96
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY NORTH PINJARRA SYSTEM HS97
NORTH SCARBOROUGH- KARRINYUP
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS98
HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM
NORTHERN YARRAGADEE GROUND
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HS99
WATER SYSTEM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY NOWERGUP GRAVITY SYSTEM HT00
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY NOWERGUP HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HT01
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY ORANGE GROVE HIGH LEVEL HT02

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METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY PINJARRA SYSTEM HT03
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY RAVENSWOOD SYSTEM HT04
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY RICHMOND HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HT05
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY ROLEYSTONE HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HT06
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY SAMSON BROOK DAM SYSTEM HT07
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY SERPENTINE DAM SYSTEM HT08
SERPENTINE TOWN SUPPLY
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HT09
SYSTEM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY SOUTH DANDALUP DAM SYSTEM HT10
SOUTH WEST YARRAGADEE
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HT11
GROUND WATER SYSTEM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY STIRLING DAM SYSTEM HT12
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY TAMWORTH GRAVITY SYSTEM HT13
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY TAMWORTH HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HT14
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY THOMSONS LAKE GRAVITY SYSTEM HT15
THOMSONS LAKE HIGH LEVEL
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HT16
SYSTEM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY VICTORIA DAM SYSTEM HT17
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY WALLISTON HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HT18
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY WANNEROO GRAVITY SYSTEM HT19
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY WANNEROO HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HT20
WANNEROO-PINJAR GROUND
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HT21
WATER SYSTEM
WELLINGTON-HARRIS PUMPBACK
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HT22
SYSTEM
WEMBLEY DOWNS HIGH LEVEL
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HT23
SYSTEM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY WEST MELVILLE GRAVITY SYSTEM HT24
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY WEST PERTH HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HT25
WEST YOKINE-HAMERSLEY GRAVITY
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY HT26
SYSTEM
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY WHITFORDS GRAVITY SYSTEM HT27
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY WOKALUP DAM SYSTEM HT28
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY WUNGONG DAM SYSTEM HT29
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY WUNGONG HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HT30
METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY YOKINE HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HT31
MINGENEW WATER SUPPLY MINGENEW SYSTEM HT32
MOORA WATER SUPPLY MOORA SYSTEM HT33
MOUNT MAGNET WATER SUPPLY MOUNT MAGNET SYSTEM HT34
MUNGLINUP WATER SUPPLY MUNGLINUP SYSTEM HT35
MYALUP WATER SUPPLY MYALUP SYSTEM HT36
NABAWA WATER SUPPLY NABAWA SYSTEM HT37
NANNUP WATER SUPPLY NANNUP SYSTEM HT38
NEW NORCIA WATER SUPPLY NEW NORCIA SYSTEM HT39
NEWMAN WATER SUPPLY NEWMAN SYSTEM HT40
NORTHAMPTON WATER SUPPLY NORTHAMPTON SYSTEM HT41
NORTHCLIFFE WATER SUPPLY NORTHCLIFFE SYSTEM HT42
NULLAGINE WATER SUPPLY NULLAGINE SYSTEM HT43
ONGERUP WATER SUPPLY ONGERUP SYSTEM HT44
ONSLOW WATER SUPPLY ONSLOW SYSTEM HT45
PEMBERTON WATER SUPPLY PEMBERTON SYSTEM HT46
PEPPERMINT GROVE (BEACH) WATER PEPPERMINT GROVE (BEACH)
HT47
SUPPLY SYSTEM
PORT HEDLAND WATER SUPPLY PORT HEDLAND SYSTEM HT48
PORT HEDLAND WATER SUPPLY PORT HEDLAND REGIONAL SYSTEM HT49
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PORT HEDLAND WATER SUPPLY SOUTH HEDLAND SYSTEM HT50
PRESTON BEACH WATER SUPPLY PRESTON BEACH SYSTEM HT51
QUINNINUP WATER SUPPLY QUINNINUP SYSTEM HT52
RAVENSTHORPE WATER SUPPLY RAVENSTHORPE SYSTEM HT53
ROCKY GULLY WATER SUPPLY ROCKY GULLY SYSTEM HT54
SALMON GUMS WATER SUPPLY SALMON GUMS SYSTEM HT55
SANDSTONE WATER SUPPLY SANDSTONE SYSTEM HT56
SEABIRD WATER SUPPLY SEABIRD SYSTEM HT57
DOOKANOOKA/THREE
THREE SPRINGS WATER SUPPLY HT58
SPRINGS/WOMARDEN SYSTEM
THREE SPRINGS WATER SUPPLY THREE SPRINGS SYSTEM HT59
THREE SPRINGS WATER SUPPLY WOMARDEN SYSTEM HT60
TWO ROCKS WATER SUPPLY TWO ROCKS GRAVITY SYSTEM HT61
TWO ROCKS WATER SUPPLY TWO ROCKS HIGH LEVEL SYSTEM HT62
TWO ROCKS GROUND WATER
TWO ROCKS WATER SUPPLY HT63
SYSTEM
VARLEY WATER SUPPLY VARLEY SYSTEM HT64
WALPOLE WATER SUPPLY WALPOLE SYSTEM HT65
WAROONA-HAMEL WATER SUPPLY WAROONA SYSTEM HT66
WARREN BLACKWOOD REGIONAL WATER
MILLSTREAM DAM TO BOYUP BROOK HQ03
SUPPLY SCHEME
WARREN BLACKWOOD REGIONAL WATER
NANNUP BORE TO MILLSTREAM DAM HQ04
SUPPLY SCHEME
WARREN BLACKWOOD REGIONAL WATER
MILLSTREAM DAM TO KIRRUP HQ05
SUPPLY SCHEME
WATHEROO WATER SUPPLY WATHEROO SYSTEM HT67
WELLSTEAD WATER SUPPLY WELLSTEAD SYSTEM HT68
WEST PILBARA WATER SUPPLY DAMPIER SYSTEM HT69
WEST PILBARA WATER SUPPLY HARDING DAM SYSTEM HT70
WEST PILBARA WATER SUPPLY KARRATHA SYSTEM HT71
MAITLAND RIVER GROUND WATER
WEST PILBARA WATER SUPPLY HT72
SYS
MILLSTREAM GROUND WATER
WEST PILBARA WATER SUPPLY HT73
SYSTEM
WEST PILBARA WATER SUPPLY POINT SAMSON SYSTEM HT74
WEST PILBARA WATER SUPPLY ROEBOURNE SYSTEM HT75
WEST PILBARA WATER SUPPLY WEST PILBARA REGIONAL SYSTEM HT76
WEST PILBARA WATER SUPPLY WICKHAM SYSTEM MD54
WILUNA WATER SUPPLY WILUNA SYSTEM HT78
WOODRIDGE WATER SUPPLY WOODRIDGE SYSTEM HT79
WYNDHAM WATER SUPPLY WYNDHAM SYSTEM HT80
YALGOO WATER SUPPLY YALGOO SYSTEM HT81
YANCHEP WATER SUPPLY YANCHEP SYSTEM HT82
YARLOOP - WAGERUP WATER SUPPLY YARLOOP-WAGERUP SYSTEM HT83
YERECOIN WATER SUPPLY PIAWANING SYSTEM HT84
YERECOIN WATER SUPPLY YERECOIN SYSTEM HT85
YERECOIN WATER SUPPLY YERECOIN REGIONAL SYSTEM HT86
YUNA WATER SUPPLY YUNA SYSTEM HT87

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16 WATER CORPORATION - FUNCTIONAL


CONTROL DIAGRAM (FCD) STANDARD
SYMBOLS
Functional Control Diagrams (FCD’s) are developed during the planning stage of a water
supply system when selection and design of equipment is known only in conceptual terms. The
FCD describes the system’s process at the functional level from which the designers
subsequently develops the Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID’s). The FCD is
intended as the foundation on which civil, mechanical, electrical and SCADA implementation
designs are built.
The illustrations shown on the following drawings HU37-35-1, HU37-35-2 and HU37-35-3 are
the Water Corporation’s standard symbols for Functional Control Diagrams and are produced
as ‘cells’ in MicroStation. The selection of MicroStation allows exchange of information with
the network modeling / planning environment which uses MicroStation as the spatial editor.
The spatial editor places the same symbols and associated data on a geo-spatial map of the
network.
Selected symbols from ‘ANSI/ISA S5.1-2009 Instrumentation Symbols and Identification’ are
used to create the symbol library provided on the WCX CD/download. To access these symbols
from within MicroStation, select the WCX pull-down menu and select the ‘Load WC FCD
Menu’ menu item.
Only Water Corporation standard symbols for Functional Control Diagrams located in the
Symbol library on the WCX Download shall be used in the production of Functional Control
Diagrams for the Water Corporation. Symbols other than those supplied from the symbol
library shall not be used.
All symbols shall be used as supplied. They shall not be exploded and rebuilt, re-scaled or
modified in any way. If a new symbol is required, contact the Drawing Management System
Manager, who will liaise with the Principal Engineer, Infrastructure Planning Branch for the
creation of an appropriate symbol.

16.1 Drawing Production Procedure


The presentation of Functional Control Diagram drawings has the objective of showing how a
water supply system is intended to operate. To achieve this outcome the presentation of FCD
drawings shall conform to the following guiding principles:
Set out each FCD drawing to represent a logical, vertical elevation of the system / process.
Divide the system into discrete hydraulic zones and present the details for each hydraulic zone
on separate FCD drawings.
Prepare a separate FCD drawing for each individual mode of operation that requires a different
physical configuration of isolation valves and water flow paths.
Assume that all assets are available and operating in normal (non-emergency / failure)
conditions for normal FCD drawings.
Prepare a separate FCD drawing in cases where it is necessary to describe the operating mode
during a major failure scenario.
Layout the drawing to show the normal water flow from left to right across the page (reverse
flows may occur right to left).
Layout the drawing to show the vertical relationship of water storages and reticulation networks
to reflect their relative height above the Australian Height Datum.

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Position the connecting pipework to minimise crossing of pipes that are not connected at the
point of crossing.
• Differentiate between remote, supervisory control links and local automatic control links.

16.1.1 Drawing Sheet Size


It is very important to note that all FCD drawings shall be created on A3 original sheet size
titleblocks. FCD drawings created on A1 original sheet size titleblocks and reduced to A3 size
will not be accepted.

16.1.2 Use of Grids and Snaps


FCD drawings shall be created with MicroStation Grid lock turned on. All FCD symbols are
created with the origin of the symbol at the centre of the symbol. With a recommended Grid
setting of ‘3’ (GU=3.0, GR=10) the symbol is placed accurately on a grid point.

16.1.3 Linetypes
Symbols shall be placed on top of lines representing piping and signal paths. Refer drawings
HU37-35-1, HU37-35-2 and HU37-35-3 to establish the correct linetype to be used. All
symbols are created with a solid fill that masks underlying linework so there is no need to break
linework where symbols are to be placed. Selection of the appropriate linework can be made
from the FCD Barmenu.

16.1.4 Planset Allocation


It is intended that one Planset is created for each separate water supply system (Refer Section
15 - Water Corporation - Registered Planset Numbers for Existing Water System Functional
Descriptions). As various FCD drawings are revised and issued, they shall be placed into the
relevant Planset and the revision version incremented accordingly. These Plansets then become
the DMS (aquaDRAW) repository from which the Water Corporation can retrieve current
functional descriptions. It will enable the AMPS portal to use the DMS (aquaDRAW) Plansets
to find the relevant operating diagrams and show them to users.

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