NCC Vol 1 – Section A QUIZ #2: Classifications

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Test on classifications of buildings from section A3.2 of Volume 1 of the National Construction Code (Australia). [Taken from 2012 edition of the NCC]

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Question 1

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An office building is what class of building?
Answer
  • Class 6
  • Class 9
  • Class 4
  • Class 5

Question 2

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Which building classes have sub-classes? (e.g. class Xa, class Xb)
Answer
  • Class 1
  • Class 2
  • Class 3
  • Class 4
  • Class 5
  • Class 6
  • Class 7
  • Class 8
  • Class 9
  • Class 10

Question 3

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What type of building is a class 9 building?
Answer
  • Public
  • Shop/retail
  • Aged care
  • Residential

Question 4

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If a building is the only dwelling within a class 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9 building, what class is it?
Answer
  • Class 3
  • Class 4
  • Class 2
  • Class 1

Question 5

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Which of the following six building types is NOT classified under class 10?
Answer
  • A private garage
  • A private shed
  • A free standing wall
  • A swimming pool
  • A bushfire shelter
  • A terrace house

Question 6

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A class 1 building is one or more buildings which could constitute: a single dwelling; a boarding house, guest house, hostel; or 4 or more single dwellings located on one allotment and used for short-term holiday accommodation.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 7

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What type of building is a class 2 building?
Answer
  • A building containing 2 or more sole-occupancy units each being a separate dwelling.
  • An aged care building
  • An office building
  • A residential part of a hotel or motel

Question 8

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Select the following seven types of buildings that are included under class 3.
Answer
  • A boarding house, guest house, hostel, lodging house or backpackers accommodation
  • A residential part of a hotel or motel
  • A residential part of a school
  • Accommodation for the aged, children or people with disabilities
  • A residential part of a health-care building which accommodates members of staff
  • A residential part of a detention centre
  • All of the above

Question 9

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Select from the following six types of buildings that are included under class 6.
Answer
  • An eating room, café, restaurant, milk or soft-drink bar
  • A dining room, bar area that is not an assembly building, shop or kiosk part of a hotel or motel
  • A boarding house, guest house, hostel, lodging house or backpackers accommodation
  • A market or sale room, showroom, or service station
  • A hairdresser’s or barber’s shop, public laundry, or undertaker’s establishment
  • All of the above

Question 10

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What class of building is a shop/retail building?
Answer
  • Class 3
  • Class 5
  • Class 6
  • Class 7

Question 11

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What class is a car park or storage building classified under?
Answer
  • Class 7a
  • Class 7b
  • Class 6
  • Class 8

Question 12

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What type of building is a class 7a building?
Answer
  • Carpark
  • Storage
  • Laboratory
  • There is no class 7a

Question 13

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Which class is a laboratory classified under?
Answer
  • Class 7
  • Class 8
  • Class 9
  • Class 5

Question 14

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Select the following types of buildings that are included under class 8.
Answer
  • Laboratory
  • A building in which a handicraft or process for the production assembling, altering, repairing, packing, finishing, or cleaning of goods or produce is carried on for trade, sale, or gain.
  • A building for storage
  • None of the above