Haussmann, a global blueprint for the sustainable industrial production of housing.
When in production, “Developer’s type profits” from an industrial production of “Real Estate”, may be achieved.

First time offered, an investment in Haussmann is now within your reach.

Your investment will enable us to put our competitive advantages to work and create a new industry and a new way of doing business in the 21st Century.

The purpose of our Company is to be a force for good, leaving a “social footprint” of new opportunities and social entrepreneurship, with the aim of creating value over decades for all concerned, whether a shareholder, an employee, a customer, or society.

We are planning and implementing, step by step, well programmed commercialisation programs and processes, preparing our fund-raising programmes and possibly seeking new capital, by public listing, (IPO) initial public offering and reverse mergers, Global equity crowd funding programmes. Also offering another investment opportunity through convertible Bonds with conversion rate of debt to equity in a Haussmann Plant, of up to 33 1/3 % of total debt issued at time of offer.

We have an ongoing dedicated commitment supporting and progressing our actions to achieve exceptional outcomes.

We believe, our way of doing business, must serve and benefit all and must create a Win:Win for all involved.

Once our first manufacturing plant is in production, Haussmann will derive plant profits from the sale of goods, which are precision engineered, affordable, highly competitively priced, state of the art residential homes and emergency Housing, deriving sales from local and global markets.

Each investor, following an investment over
AUD $10,000
via a licensed equity crowd funding platform, or IPO, via nominated security dealer, stockbroker or other licensed security funding platform, will receive a priority bonus order number, to purchase a Haussmann home, from the first production
of the first 10 000 homes,
to be produced at our first Australian plant at Bromelton, Queensland.

A further priority investment Bonus will apply to early investors when a plant is in full production, by receiving an annual automatic participation right in Haussmann’s Home give away in- house lottery of
1,000 Homes per annum,
a chance to win a home every year for the next 20 years.

Each Haussmann homeowner, upon taking possession of his or her home, will double the value of their Home, adjusted to current local  home market values – having purchased their Haussmann home at a
50% discounted price offer.

We also believe, there are more responsibilities a business must meet other than just creating profits.

We intend to create shared values by integrating our future needs with the needs of our customers, actively enhancing our ongoing R&D efforts, retaining our industrial and product leading position and progressively growing our global market share.

We will lead by example and will provide outgoing entrepreneurial leadership.

We are progressing through the planning stages in preparation for the construction and commissioning of the first Haussmann M3, precision engineered, building systems housing manufacturing plant to be located at Bromelton, Qld. Australia.

When investing in Haussmann Limited, via an approved licensed investment platform, each and every early investor will become an equity partner and a Shareholder in each and every Haussmann plant, via the Haussmann Limited majority shareholding. As equity partners in each and every operating plant established and in production, investors will have a share in projected future returns.

When considering an investment in Haussmann, consider seeking independent advice. Due to the start-up nature of Haussmann, investing in Haussmann Limited carries risks.
Our forecasts, financial projections, and forward looking statements are conditional upon receiving funding and other known/unknown conditions which may apply, and as such, may not necessarily be within the control of the management of Haussmann Limited, and unexpected adverse results could result in loss of investment.

Haussmann Limited does not create any profit during the early preparations, planning, and commissioning of each Plant.

Each Haussmann Plant will take up to
18 months to start production, and will take a further
12 months to achieve our first plant production and the sale of Homes, Residential Dwellings.

Based on our forward financial projections, when in production, investment returns will compound every year, with returns being added by bringing into production our second plant and subsequent plants.

With each plant being brought into production, our Global market, purchase leverage and size of our business expands.
We aim to become the leading industrial dominant market force in the manufacturing of residential dwellings.

In creating our success and exercising our industrial advanced scientific, engineering and production abilities, we will illustrate our global business mechanics and exceptional performance through the unique pivotal advantages of our diverse business activities under the one company.

Through well prepared and directed investments, ongoing R&D and a programme of continuous improvement and our applied expertise, Haussmann plants will strive compounding benefits over many years to investors, shareholders, and employees alike.

Haussmann’s M3 building systems are potentially a game changer.

Haussmann homes provide shelter at an exceptionally affordable price, benefitting each and every Haussmann customer and society.

Haussmann offers a unique industrial value proposition that will shape the future of housing on a formidable scale of production of efficient homes that are affordable and sustainable with zero emissions, green technology, and precision engineering for both residential and emergency housing.

In short: Potentially a Unicorn in the making.

Using our industrial and raw material advantages, we can create advanced living room spaces, aesthetic designs combined with functionality, providing a superior type of building system.
Haussmann Residential Dwelling packages, when produced, will capture the local and global market share, responding to the never ending demand for affordable housing and emergency housing.

As a result of design and manufacturing superiority, we are overcoming and replacing present wet build inefficiencies and changing the way residential homes are designed, built, and sold.

Conventional building materials currently available to professional builders and applied through the “wet building” process to produce boutique, one-off hand crafted dwellings at the client’s location require a lengthy process over many months.

The current boutique build of residential dwellings is an excessively expensive and unsustainable process producing substantial Co2 emissions and taking months of specific building processes on site.

In 2020, this is simply unacceptable for a sustainable future and is causing massive depletion of natural resources to supply materials to meet the demand for shelter.

Our Homes are transported in divided small part- sections, in containers by rail, road, barge or ships to the nominated customer building site.
Our homes can potentially be built within weeks to lock up stage, ready to move in and provide a far superior product, compared to most boutique, conventionally build homes, built over 6-9 months.

Haussmann is shaping the world of housing by providing superior quality, quantity, price and industrial, precision engineered housing products, expected to start production in mid or late 2022.

Brands like Haussmann will grow more powerful over time, because consumers judge the virtue and ethics of a brand.
Haussmann, by its actions, is going to support society by
donating 2,000
240 square meter homes per annum per plant for 20 Years.

This will make a real impact in reducing homelessness and other prominent social issues.
Haussmann is at the cutting edge of affordable housing supply and a leader of social and sustainable causes.

Haussmann is willing and able to address the huge demand for shelter and housing in the global marketplace. We offer exceptional compounding benefits for all concerned, from home buyers, investors, employees and beyond.

Haussmann will become synonymous with quality, sustainable buildings and products with characteristics which are durable, competitive, environmental and with the advantage of delivering homes faster, cheaper, and better than any other competitor.

Our main value proposition is the offer of a lower cost commoditised product.
Haussmann manufactured buildings stand apart from any other housing system, having created a totally sustainable, fire proof, non combustible, vermin proof and cyclone proof residential dwelling.

All our residential, precision engineered buildings are installed clicked together on site, by our professional, licensed building, installation teams.

By bringing two sides of a marketplace together – supply and demand – market demand will be created by our advanced range of mass-produced products thereby creating a virtual circle of sustainable growth.

Doubling down on our commitment to providing product sustainability, we are using, as part of our raw materials
750,000 tonnes of mixed solid waste per annum per plant. We turn waste
“intermingled raw materials” which form a major part of our raw material stream, delivering an impressive zero waste solution, application, precision engineered building systems.

Greater than 25% return on investment is within your reach.
A global blueprint for a sustainable future for housing

Our initial R&D programmes began in 2000 and were completed in mid-2017.

Our licensor’s IP portfolio consists of trade secrets, processing know how, and a large range of uniquely developed technologies and formulations, plant patents, trademarks, and a number of design patents.
It is proposed, once plant blueprints are completed, that some of our innovations will be patented.

We envisage home-building systems design patents, Haussmann plant design product and plant production systems patents will be lodged.

The ultimate key to Haussmann‘s success is the application and use of special materials and ultra-efficient and new industrial operating technologies, which virtually no competitor can match.

“Our main value proposition” is the offer of a lower cost commoditised end product.

Solving plant by plant the demand for affordable housing, solving in part the global problem of housing affordability and shelter for mankind, without destroying and adversely affecting and impacting the environment, thus creating a sustainable product.

Fuelling a circle of production growth, suppliers of goods and services to each and every Haussmann plant will provide jobs growth.

Ultimately, combining both, low-cost and high-capability capacity provision of housing, which gives Haussmann a highly advantageous position.

Most importantly, Haussmann has created a new industry which will be the beginning of a huge global housing supply.

Haussmann’s manufactured building systems are the driver of our company’s revenue and focus of the company’s attention. Our dedication and total concentration of our efforts in the commercialisation of our technologies, and bringing our plants into production will in time become one of the greatest wealth generators, once our global factories have been established.

The protection of our environment is one of the core missions, enabling us to drive massive growth.

Many of the biggest and most durable businesses in history have been built on a specific advantage(s) related to cost, but have never included so many other benefits as offered by Haussmann industrial systems and products.

Haussmann is expected to attract a strong customer base wanting something more, something beyond price. Namely, sustainability, ethical production, new and well-paid jobs, and a quality Haussmann product.

The key to our global success is also assessed by how much our industry is going to positively affect society, and this will be the shown by the ultimate acceptance of our products by society.

We have been in talks with relevant Government Departments discussing our vision and seeking support to build our M3 housing systems manufacturing plants, and outlining the substantial community benefits to any economy of a nominated country and or state, wherever a Haussmann Plant is established.


The facts based on quantities determine the size of our business

Wherever Haussmann plants operate, it is strategically important that we have secure, sustainable and internationally competitive supply chains. Haussmann Procurement is set up to leverage the global buying power of each Haussmann plant. At the same time, we maintain the preference, the flexibility and agility necessary to support the needs of individual product groups and business units, and the economic development of communities in which we operate. (local supply policy)

Procurement delivers industry leading value as the provider of easy-to-use and quality services that enables product groups to focus on core operational objectives. Procurement provides control and generates greater cash to Haussmann Plants through lower costs, creating new profit centres, in some instances, release of working capital, and better productivity. Procurement is focused on creating commercial advantages for Haussmann Limited Plant operations.

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By seeking a balance of global, national and local supply capability we are able to work with our plant businesses to reduce in a fair way their total cost of ownership for procured goods and services. We also deliver security of supply to their operations whilst helping to extend our licensed operation.

We are able to respond to the short and long-term needs of the business because we know it inside out. We will have people on the ground in all plant locations across continents, including increasing numbers in emerging economies.

We are committed to building relationships with our suppliers of goods and services to explore opportunities for continuous improvement and sustainable but fair cost efficiencies. We are also committed to conducting multi-tier reviews of our vendor supply chains where potential risks exists, if applicable.

Haussmann Procurement programmes are a plant by plant programme on a journey to industrialise and automate where appropriate and to use robotic and materials handling technology to drive our efficiency. We like to work with those who can help us make all of these things happen, creating long term relationships for goods and services supply based on local supplies being first ranking.

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Haussmann Waste Management Company & Transfer Station

Estimated AUD $40 million

Waste Management company operation:

HML Waste Bin collection trucks collect mixed solid waste from industrial and commercial sources.

Waste from further afield, e.g. Central/North Qld/Darling Downs could be containerised and railed as part of regular intermodal operations direct to Bromelton for processing as would waste from interstate (this could also be shipped through PoB and then railed to Bromelton ( $60 per tonne).

Mixed solid waste sources from industry and commercial waste producers, will come from the greater area of Brisbane and the Gold Coast within a radius of up to 120 km from the nominated waste management company’s location.

  1. Haussmann Plant Waste Management Company location
  2. should be located in the southern Corridor,
  3. halfway between Brisbane and the Gold Coast,
  4. where waste is accepted and compacted into containers,
  5. moved by road transport – 20 foot containers – to HML Bromelton Plant. – 750 000 tones p.a. 20 tones per 20 foot container. Turn around Containers required: 375 000 containers, special waste containers, air – tide and on one end smaller than the over, so waste can be pushed out with ease, feeding into Bromelton Plant facility.

A.) Required Space/Areas:
Truck parking area
Bin storage area
Container hard stand (empty Containers)
Container hard stand (full Containers)

B.) Transfer Station (roof covered are):
product being unloaded from collection Bins (all sizes)
2 level operation- unloading waste from bins onto conveyor,
conveyor feeding waste into compactors
Compactor pushing, compacting waste into containers.
Number of Compactors:

C.) Site Office Building
D.) Weigh Bridge
E.) Container Hardstand (1 and 2) for outgoing (loaded) and empty containers (to be loaded).
F.) Land area required:
G.) Type of Zoning required (and or to be obtained)
F.) Number of Container Movements per annum:
Movement of 375 000 – 20-foot containers are required to provide the plant’s feedstock of mixed solid waste per annum. Accordingly a logistics/movement model of number of containers, (empty container – hardstand) hardstand (filled containers with waste – hardstand)

Haussman pre Plant Production - one off Pilot Production

One off Pilot Production (to produce building systems to achieve Australian Standards Approvals for non-structural building systems). This Investment is offered as a mitigated investment – property secured investment. AUD $3.8 million

Pilot Plant, one off production, $4.2 million (including production cost: # $ 1.2 million.
Estimated cost for machinery and equipment $3 million, consisting of: 1 E. Mixer and Feeding Tower/equipment, a number of raw material /small silos, 1 H.M. extruder, panel storage racks, Panel surfacing and coating equipment.
Property Improvements: acreage with Residential dwelling and large industrial building to house (industrial size shed) to house one off Pilot Plant Production estimated $ 1.5 – 1.7 million (11 Acres).

Haussmann Display Homes - assisting the pre-production sales of Haussmann Residential Homes

20 Display homes (marketing “tools” start of single dwellings/residential homes – marketing programmes when homes have been built) This investment is offered as a mitigated investment – property secured investment.AUD $26 million

Haussmann Bromelton Plant Land area – 2 large Landowners offer fully approved land for sale or lease.

Bromelton Plant Land Area: 100 Acres, estimated land value (no approvals in place, bare land area) Green field Land cost between $3 – 5 million, northern sector (SDA)
Mirvac and or inland Rail sites, land available either for sale or lease, with advanced heavy industrial land use approvals
Estimated cost for 100 Acres = up to $ 50 million. (including all approvals to build HML Plant infrastructure as per specifications.

Plant Location: Bromelton State Development Area, Queensland, Australia

Procurement for Goods and Services Contracts for the establishment of a Haussmann Plant
Procurement for Goods and Services Contracts for the production of a Haussmann Plant

Procurement Contracts Establishment of a Plant:

1.) Procurement of supply for goods and services for the establishment of the Haussmann M3 Building Systems Manufacturing Plant at Bromelton total Plant Infrastructure establishment

Procurement Contracts Production of a Plant:

2.) Procurement of supply for goods and services for the Production of the Haussmann M3 Building Systems Manufacturing Plant at Bromelton.


Building 1

Main Contractor Plant Engineering – (Plant Engineering Blueprint) contract to design – develop plant blueprint for Building 1 and Building 2 production and fabrication facilities. one contract per plant.

Plant Engineering Contract -blueprint, design, installation, testing and commissioning – contract for 5 plants – term over 8 years.

Plant hand over to Plant Management Group contract term 23 years.

Building A

Waste acceptance and processing facility

Building B

Building systems extrusions

Building C and D

Packaging, short term storage, prior to be loaded into Containers and placed at Container Hardstand.

  1. Civil Engineering and Construction – Infrastructure establishment
  2. Maintenance section
  3. Power Plant
  4. Internal Rail System and Engines
  5. Gas Line – connection
  6. Solar Farm establishment
  7. Container Hardstands 1 and 2
  8. Fire station
  9. Plant Engineering Steering Room / Control Room

a.)     Panel Production for Residential Dwellings Building B, C, and D
b.)     Panel Production for Kitchen fit out – boards – Building B, C and D

Other Sections and installations

  • Silos Section,
  • Mixing Towers Section
  • Mixer Section
  • Extruder Sections
  • Robotic materials handling Sections:
  • RV Drying
  • Machining/Shaping
  • Coating 1 Sections
  • Coating 2 Sections
  • Packaging Sections
  • Loading Sections

Container Hardstand 1 Overhead (walking) Cranes
Container Hardstand 2 Overhead (walking) Cranes

Building 2

(Plant Engineering Blueprint and Plant Engineering Contract – Installations, testing and commissioning).

Strategic Partnership – Management Rights Contract to manage HML Aluminium Door and Windows extrusion presses, powder coating processes, Aluminium Doors and Windows production/fabrication

Strategic Partnership – Management Rights Contract to manage Kitchen and In-builds fabrications and assembly.

Strategic Partnership – Management Rights Contract to manage Thermo Synthetic solid Surface materials Production

Strategic Partnership – Bathroom Fabrication and Assembly –

Strategic Partnership – Heavy Engineering and Container Fabrication –

Waste Management Organisation:

To be  located at Bromelton Location – Gold Coast Corridor Location – Strategic Partnership –

Strategic Partnership – Waste Management Organisation Operations – Transfer Station – 
2 Container Hardstands, Office Building, Truck Maintenance Facility, Hopper, conveyers

Raw Materials supply of Goods and Services
Procurement for Goods and Services Contracts production of a Haussmann Plant 

  1. Cement  60 000 Tones per annum for a Term of 23 Years
  2. Binders  liquid / solid  total 950 000 Tones per annum for a term of 23 Years
  3. Polymers 18 000 Tones per annum for a term of 23 Years
  4. Paints  coating Panel systems – 23 million square meter per annum – 40 000 tones per annum for the Term of 23 Years
  5. Aluminium  650 000 Doors and Windows average size 4 x 4 meters – high 2.4 meters
  6. Stainless Steel Tubes  8 320 000 linear meter lengths of extruded Aluminium
  7. Glass for Doors and Windows:  6 240 000 square meters per annum for the term of 23 Years
  8. Stainless Steel Pipes for single Residential Dwellings foundations Steel Tubes – 80 000 tones per annum  (738.6 linear meter per 288 square meter home) (13 776, 000 linear meters  pa)
  9. Stainless Steel Tubes, flexible hoses and fittings,  single Residential Dwelling –  104 linear meters – 0.10 cm diameter, plus fittings – still to be confirmed
  10. Hardware Fittings  type and quantities – still to be confirmed
  11. Heavy Trucks 30 – Waste Bins attached  not fitted with sling lifts and other fitted lift mechanism – $ 250 K each
  12. Waste Compactors – pricing still to be confirmed
  13. Waste Containers  325 000  – 20 – foot Waste Containers for transport cost per Container to be confirmed
  14. Annually production of  350 000 “flimsy” 20 – foot  Containers to transport Home sections –  flimsy container design attached –
  15. HML Homes – Lights and Light Fittings – Taps – Hardware Items total average items per home still to be confirmed
  16. Hot Water Heaters  – 70 000 per annum starting with 10 000 first 12 months followed ramp up to 70 0000 units
  17. Sewerage Treatment Plants – single Residential Dwelling Models –  40 – 70 000 per annum
  18. Solar / Hydrogen – Power Storage Systems, one per home –  70 000 Units per annum
  19. Air Condition Units systems ducted servicing all Rooms estimated $ 12 000,00 per unit
  20. Electronic Entrance Door system  – 70 000 pa
  21. Kitchens – 3 different Size and 3 different quality finishes and equipment choices – 70 000 Kitchens per annum
  22. Kitchen build in Oven, Microwave, Exhaust Ducting, Dishwasher, Sink Double Bowls,  70 000 of each Item per annum
  23. Double Garage Doors – 70 000 per annum
  24. Bathroom/shower/bath/toilet – 140 000 per annum

Plant Production Maintenance supplies –

machinery equipment to fit out and ongoing machinery and equipment parts supply.

List of Machinery and Equipment for the following processes    

  • Waste processing
  • Extrusion processes
  • Drying processes
  • Shaping and machining processes
  • Coating processes
  • Packaging processes
  • Robotics at different processes 

Proposed Land Area Purchase and or Lease by HML

HML Bromelton Plant Infrastructure Land Area: 100 Acres (plus). (plus: Solar Farm – land area 100 Acres).

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Becoming a supplier, our Needs.

  • Construction
  • General Plant Engineering
  • Energy
  • Plant machinery & equipment
  • Logistics, rail, shipping, mobile equipment
  • MRO & Consumables
  • Production consumables
  • Services
  • Goods

Supplier pre-qualification

The Pre-qualification audit will be completed before a supplier is engaged, and the process includes an onsite pre-qualification assessment and a background investigation supported by an online database.

Why we do it

Supplier pre-qualification processes are important because they help us identify possible risks and allow us to take mitigation measures as necessary. Prospective suppliers will receive a pre-qualification letter that outlines our expectations and highlights our engagement process. (Pre-qualification Letter)

Supplier Support

  • Health, Safety & Environment (HSE) Support: HSE Audit, HSE Development & Action Plan, HSE Training, HSE Awareness Tool & PPE, HSE Supervision, HSE Forum
  • Haussmann Procurement Emerging Markets Supplier Recognition Program
    Policies and documents Easy access to our most popular documents: Supplier Code and the way we work.

Haussmann - Licensed Project Management Agreement awarded by licensed Appointment

As we award by appointment: licensed contracts, –  via Expressions of Interest

  1. FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT of Haussmann’s first M3 Building Systems Manufacturing Plant at Bromelton (SDA)
  2. FOR THE PRODUCTION of Haussmann’s first M3 Building Systems Manufacturing Plant at Bromelton (SDA)

Licensed Contract – meaning: “End – User License Agreement” legal Contract between project Developer/Owner and the Consultant or Consulting Firm.

A Haussmann licensing Agreement is a written Contract between two Parties, in which a IP Owner permits another Party to use that IP under a specific set of Parameters. A licensing Agreement or license Agreement typically involves a Licensor and a Licensee and License Fees.

Licensing Agreements delineate the Terms under which one Party may use Property (IP) owned by another Party. While the Properties (IPS) in question can include a myriad of Items, including existing IP, IP, Designs, Machinery and Equipment Designs and Processes already existing and or to be modified and or to be developed during the supply Period, personal Possessions, licensing Agreements are most often used for intellectual Property, such as Patents, Designs, Trade Marks, Soft Ware and Copy Wrights. being all documented materials passed on between the Licensor and the Licensee including all draft Documents, Blueprints, Animations, Videos and all visual Art and general Designs and Outlines. A Licensing Agreements, must be a part of any Contract Agreement with Haussmann and to be used for commercialization of our Business.

The License Agreement – Contact to supply Goods and Services – must specify in granular detail how the licensed Parties can and may use all such properties covered by such License.

The geographical Regions within which the property may be utilized.
The Time Period Parties are allotted to use the Property
The Exclusivity or non-Exclusivity of a given Arrangement.
Scaling Terms, such that License Fees will be incurred if the Property is reused a certain number of times. The Licensee will be restricted from using the property (all such IP and related) in no other consulting Activity other than with Haussmann.

Fair bargaining Power between the contracting Parties is involved in a License Agreement, because the Licensee is likely to Profit immensely from such Arrangement or Arrangements.

Parties to entering into a Licensing Agreement, connected with the relevant technical Agreement, either Project Management and or Engineering (Coordinating Engineers), must consult an Attorney because there are Complexities that may be hard to grasp for those without a deep Understanding of Intellectual Property Law or extensive commercial Experience in drafting such Agreement and or Agreements.

Licensing Revenue.
Licensing Revenue is Income earned by allowing its copyrighted or patented Materials to be used by another Company, in this case the nominated project management group and/or Bryce’s company to enjoy large Profit centers, without ever having and or being the developer for such commercial, profitable Advantage or Advantages providing long term large Profit centers.

Intellectual Property
Intellectual Property is a set of Intangibles-owned and legally protected by Haussmann from outside use or Implementation without Consent.

Why Licensing Matters
A licensee is a business, Entity, or individual that has legal Permission to conduct Activities using something that another Party owns or controls. (The Licensor)

How License Fees Work
A License Fee or Royalty is a Payment to an Owner for the ongoing use of their Asset or Property (IP) etc., such as Patents, Copyrighted Works, or natural Resources.

Agreement Meaning:

A Contract for Goods and Services is a contract between two or more parties agreeing to the performance of an expressed tasks or services, a Contract for Services specifies the Service to be performed and sets an agreeable Standard of Completion for these Services and or delivery of Goods.

Project Contract: fixed price, cost-reimbursable (also called costs-plus) or time and materials.

Elements have been present during our negotiations, trying to achieve a binding contract: the offers on both sides, acceptance, mutual assent (also known as “meeting of the minds”), consideration, capacity, and legality and then signed when all those elements are present. (agreement Capacity, Consideration, Intentions).

Any draft Agreement should include:

  • Title and Security Interests,
  • Product and Services Appointment Types,
  • A Supply Agreement needs to include Specifications, as to how the Supplier will supply Goods and Services to the nominated Party
  • Product and Price
  • Forecasts
  • Order and Delivery Processes
  • Product Safety
  • Defects
  • Title and Security Interests in the Goods and Services

We must consider:

In the Aggregate of our Agreements, a Master Supply Agreement(s) of Services, or MSAs, are generally contracts that come into existence when a company maintains several contracts with the same supplier, and therefore seeks to streamline the process by merging them into a single agreement. (engaged for a Fee to carry out a Service assignment to a project).

A manufacturing supply agreement

Must be considered to become part of Agreement with Bryce’s Company
Will expand on this when we working on the Coordinating Engineering Agreement.

Mutuality of Obligation.
Competency and Capacity.

Proposed professional services agreement can be used for a one-time service, as per our discussions and as well as ongoing services.
It can also be used as a master level agreement.

Proposed master services agreement is proceeding final, actual agreement, is a contract that spells out most but not all of the terms between the signing parties. Its purpose is to speed up and simplify future contracts. The initial time-consuming negotiation is done once, at the beginning.

Service Agreements / Contract Terms:

Term/Duration: Responsibilities/Scope of Work: Payment Terms: Dispute Resolution Term Intellectual Property Rights: Liabilities/Indemnification: Modifications/Amendments:
License Fees Waiver: Representations / Warranties Relationship Status of the Parties

Share price and Tools

Content Provided when listed

Shareholder information Financial calendar

Content Provided when listed

Annual Report Presentations

Content Provided when listed

Taxes paid

Content Provided when trading has commenced and when listed

Reserves & Resources

Content Provided prior to listing

Latest consensus independant estimates (Shares) when listed

Haussmann will invite registered sell-side analysts from the United Kingdom, Australia and North America to monitor Haussmann’s stock, to submit their forecasts to an external web-based tool independently managed by Vuma Financial Limited (VUMA), a company independent of Haussmann Limited.

The consensus figures are a collation of aggregated, publicly available forecasts collated exclusively by VUMA, but only on the basis of information submitted by those analysts who choose to participate. The consensus figure for a particular item represents the arithmetic average of all figures for that item submitted to VUMA by analysts. VUMA has no access to Haussmann’s internal forecasts, budgets or any other information which is not publicly available.

The consensus figures are not based on Haussmann’s own opinions, estimates or forecasts and are compiled and published without comment from, or endorsement or verification by, Haussmann. The consensus figures do not necessarily reflect guidance provided from time to time by Haussmann where given in relation to equivalent metrics, which to the extent available can be found on the Haussmann website.

By enabling publication of the consensus figures and referencing the same on our website, Haussmann does not imply that it endorses, confirms or expresses a view on the consensus figures. The consensus figures are provided for informational purposes only and are not intended to, nor do they, constitute investment advice or any solicitation to buy, hold or sell securities or other financial instruments. No warranty or representation, either express or implied, is made by Haussmann or its affiliates, or their respective directors, officers and employees, in relation to the accuracy, completeness or achievability of the consensus figures and, to the fullest extent permitted by law, no responsibility or liability is accepted by any of those persons in respect of those matters. Haussmann assumes no obligation to update, revise or supplement the consensus figures to reflect circumstances existing after the date hereof.

Haussmann does not accept any liability whatsoever for reliance upon, or actions taken based on, any of the information set out in these consensus figures. The consensus figures are forward-looking and as such are speculative and rely on assumptions and events in the future (some or all of which may not be satisfied or may not occur).

The consensus figures do not take into consideration the investment objectives, financial situation or particular needs of any particular investor.

Following the release of each Haussmann’s Quarterly Operations Review, Haussmann will invite registered sell-side analysts from the United Kingdom, Australia and North America to monitor Haussmann’s stock, to submit their forecasts to an external web-based tool independently managed by Vuma Financial Limited (VUMA), a company independent of Haussmann.

Each of the contributing analysts, which will be listed, will submit updated estimates based on Haussmann’s Quarterly Operations Review and agree, as at the date of publication, to their updated forecasts, that will include revised consensus figures.

The consensus figures therefore represent the estimates of these analysts only (not necessarily being the same analysts that contributed to consensus figures for previous quarters) at the time of publication. Analyst estimates can change significantly from time to time, as overall operational and commodity prices, among other things, can change rapidly. Any such changes in analysts’ estimates will not be reflected in the consensus figures published on VUMA’s website until Haussmann invites sell-side analysts to submit their updated forecasts following the release of Haussmann’s Quarterly Operations Review.

All of the analysts who will submitted updated estimates into VUMA based on Haussmann’s Quarterly Operations Review, agreeing to their updated forecasts being included in the revised consensus figures as at the date of publication, will have been included in the aggregate consensus figures.

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8.3 COST ESTIMATES REVIEW 9. Qualifications 10. Related issues Flow Sheets “Plant” layout 64

Procurement documentation- planning records for Building 1 Design and layout plans and information –

(Building 2 documentation available during procurement planning for goods and services – known quantities and processes provided by Strategic partnerships for individual processes, assembly and or fabrications).

Building 1


Part I Report by DBI for 5stargreen Building Technology Trust (BTT)
0. Foreword
0.1 Fundamental Idea
0.2 Drawings
0.3 Report
0.4 Missing Input
0.5 Location
1. Overview
1.1 Production and General Flow
1.1.1 Reference Drawings
1.1.2 Process Brief
1.2 Nominal Basic Data
1.2.1 For the house panels production:
1.2.2 For the Kitchen – board production:
1.2.3 For the PTL Plant
1.3 Main Plant Parts
1.4 Production in Building A
1.4.1 Waste Delivery and Pre-sorting
1.4.2 Waste Sorting
1.4.3 Drying and Sterilization
1.4.4 Concrete Rubble and Glass Milling
1.4.5 Raw Materials Transport and Storage
1.5 Productions in Building B
1.5.1Transport and Storage
1.5.2Dosing Facilities
1.5.3Mixing Towers
1.5.4Extrusion Lines
1.5.5Quality Testing and Reclaiming
1.5.6Transportation Means
1.5.7RFV Dryers
1.5.8Dried Panels Transport
1.6 Productions in Building C
1.6.1 Machining
1.6.2 Coating Department
1.7 Activities in Building D
1.7.1 Risk No.1
1.7.2 Risk No.2
1.8 Factory (Building E)
1.9 Other Buildings
1.9.1 Storage Facility
1.9.2 Binder Unloading Station
1.9.3 Workshop and Spare Parts Store (Building F)
1.9.4 Car Wash
1.9.5 Substations
1.9.6 Compressed Air Stations
1.9.7 Auxiliary Buildings
1.9.8 Social Facilities
1.9.9 Headquarters
2. General Arrangements
2.1 Production Halls
2.2 Traffic
2.2.1 Railway Connection
2.2.2 Internal Road System
2.3 Environmental Basics
2.4 Base Material Productions
2.5 Outside Facilities, Trees, Areas
3. Buildings and Structures Systems
3.1 General
3.2 Loads and Weights
3.3 Choice of material
3.4 Static systems
3.5 Exterior walls
3.6 Roofs
4. Production Means
4.1 Purpose and Functions
4.1.1 Exterior waste delivery area
4.1.2 Building A
4.1.3 Building B
4.1.4 Building C
4.1.5 Building D
4.2 Personnel
4.2.1 Reference Drawings
4.2.2 Production Personnel
4.2.3 Foremen and Engineers
4.2.4 Quality Control
4.2.5 Cleaning Personnel
4.2.6 Administration and Others
4.3 Auxiliary Buildings
4.3.1 Building F – Engineer Workshop & Spare Parts Store
4.3.2 Administration Building
4.3.3 Central Personnel Facilities
4.4 Safety Concepts
4.4.1 Reference Drawings
4.4.2 Intended Use
4.4.3 Passive Fire Protection Fire Sections Fire fighting sections
4.4.4 Active Fire Protection
4.4.5 Escape Routes
4.4.6 Protection of Environment
5. Technology (Extra Part by TGM – Kitchen Boards)
6. Technical Support
6.1.1 Potable Water Reference Drawings Intended Use Requirements Main System Installations Details Materials Insulation
6.1.2 Industrial Water & Fire Fighting Water Reference Drawings Intended Use Requirements Main System Installations Details Materials Insulation
6.1.3 Desalinated Water Reference Drawings Intended Use Requirements Softening Consumables
6.1.4 Cooling & Heating Fluids in Building B Reference Drawings Intended Use Heating Cooling Other control and switch rooms
6.2 Wastewater
6.2.1Domestic Wastewater Reference Drawings Intended Use Requirements Systems Materials
6.2.2 Industrial Water and Cleansing Reference Drawings Intended Use Requirements Systems Materials
6.2.3 Rainwater Reference Drawings Intended Use Requirements Systems Operation Details
6.2.4 Wastewater Treatment Reference Drawings Intended Use Requirements Quantities data Dimensions Description of the plant
6.3 Ventilation Systems
6.3.1 Building A Reference Drawings Intended Use Requirements Function & Systems Exchange of air
6.3.2 Ventilation of the Central Control Rooms of the RFV Dryer Reference Drawings Intended Use Requirements Function Summary
6.4 Compressed Air Systems
6.4.1Reference Drawings
6.4.2Intended Use
6.4.4Quantities and Capacities
6.4.5System of Arrangement
6.4.6Ring & Station 1
6.4.7System & Station 2
6.4.8Service Plants
6.5 Heating Gases
6.6 Fuels
6.7 Electrical Installations
6.7.1 High & Medium Voltage Network Reference Drawings Intended Use Requirements Quantities and Capacities System of Arrangement Cabling
6.7.2 Low Voltage Supply Intended Use Requirements Inspection of the electrical installations
6.7.3 Power Factor Correction Equipment Intended Use Requirements
6.7.4 Emergency Power Supply System Intended Use Requirements, Capacities Service Plant Cabling UPS System
6.7.5 Artificial lighting Intended Use General and work site lighting Street lighting and outside illumination Emergency lighting Cabling
6.7.6 Service installation Intended Use Requirements
6.7.7 Communication PABX Systems Fire alarm Systems Public address system UHF Radio Communication System Master Clock System
6.7.8 Bonding System Intended Use Requirements Systems of Arrangement
6.7.9 Lightning protection, grounding Intended Use Requirements Systems of Arrangements Materials Overvoltage protection
6.7.10External / Overall control
6.8 Storage & Distribution
6.8.1Reference Drawings
6.8.2Intended Use
6.8.5Safety Measures
6.9 M – cell Storage & Mixing
6.9.1Reference Drawings
6.9.2Intended Use
7. Pilot Plant
7.1 Reference Drawings
7.2 Basic Idea
7.3 System of Erection
7.3.1 First Step
7.3.2 The Second Step
7.4 Alternative Solutions
7.4.1 Alternative 1 Reference Drawing Building A Building B Buildings C + D Technical Support
7.4.2 Alternative 2
7.4.3 Discussion and Recommendation
Part II Annexes
0. Letter 11.12.2000 3 Pages
1.3 Generic Plant Profile
1.3.1 Generic Plant Configuration – Facility Footprint 4 Pages
1.3.2 Generic Plant Configuration – Staff 4 Pages
1.7 Scenario for Breakdown of one single Production Line 6 Pages
6.1 Water
6.1.1 Portable Water Consumption 3 Pages Drinking Water Building A 9 Pages Drinking Water Building B 5 Pages Drinking Water Building C 3 Pages Drinking Water Building E 7 Pages Drinking Water Building F Workshop / Parts store 3 Pages Drinking Water Building Wastewater Treatment Plant 2 Pages Drinking Water Building Guardhouse / Access 2 Pages Drinking Water Building Weighbridge / Access 2 Pages Drinking Water Building Weighbridge / Railway 2 Pages
6.1.2 Dimensioning for the Network of Industrial Water 3 Pages Industrial Water Building A 2 Pages
6.2.1 Hydraulic Load Computation for Wastewater Domestic Wastewater 13 Pages
6.2.2 Hydraulic Load Computation for Wastewater Industrial Wastewater 30 Pages
6.4 Compressed Air Consumption 5 Pages
6.4.1 Compressed Air Building A 6 Pages
6.4.2 Compressed Air Building B 7 Pages
6.7 Electrical Installations
6.7.1 Trihal Transformer 4 Pages
6.7.2 MCSET Technical Specifications 14 Pages
6.7.3 Technical Specifications – SM6 Range – 6 Pages
6.7.4 Detuned Fixed Compensation – Bank 1 Page

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