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Access to NATSPEC documents
Major Building Works and Small Building Works use text based on NATSPEC, the national building specification, produced by Construction Information Systems Ltd of which the Department is a stakeholder.
NATSPEC documents are copyright, and can only be used by registered subscribers.
Major Building Works and Small Building Works are password protected and can only be made available to subscribers.
If you are a NATSPEC subscriber and want to access these documents, email email@example.com for the password.
Specifications and supplementary documents
Fabric shade structures
Inspection process documents for hydraulic works
Download a zip folder containing guidance documents and inspections check lists:
Fire contractors guide book - electrical
You can get the Northern Territory Fire Alarm System Transmission (NTFAST) fire contractors guide book from the NT Police, Fire and Emergency Services website. The guide book can be found in the fact sheet section under NTFAST.
NTFAST welcome input for updating the guide.
For more information, contact David Williams by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last updated: 12 June 2020
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