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Last edited 02 Mar 2018
Construction site facilities
- Sanitary conveniences.
- Washing facilities.
- Drinking water.
- Changing rooms and lockers.
- Facilities for rest.
For more information see Welfare facilities.
In addition, sites may include other facilities, such as:
- Welcome facilities and entry control.
- Site offices.
- Meeting rooms.
- Training and induction facilities.
- Wheel washing facilities.
- Site canteen.
- Off-loading facilities.
- Temporary storage and storage areas.
- Sub-contractor facilities.
- Car parking.
- Waste management and recycling facilities.
- Fabrication facilities.
- Facilities for the construction of mock-ups for testing.
In order that the site can operate efficiently and safely, it is important that these facilities are laid out properly on the site. Site layout planning involves four basic processes:
- Identifying the site facilities that will be required.
- Determining the sizes, and other constraints of those facilities.
- Establishing the inter-relationships between the facilities.
- Optimising the layout of the facilities on the site.
See Site layout plan for more information.
 Related articles on Designing Buildings Wiki
- CDM planning period.
- CDM Regulations.
- Construction phase plan.
- Handover to the contractor.
- Human resource management in construction.
- Lighting of construction sites.
- Pre-construction information.
- Principal contractor.
- Site layout plan.
- Site office.
- Site plan.
- Site storage.
- Temporary site services.
- Temporary works.
- Welfare facilities.
- Wheel washing system.
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