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The Public Authority For Applied Education & Training

Construction, Completion, Operation & Maintenance of the Nursing Institute at PAEET Shuwaikh Campus
Contract No. PA/AFA/112-2008/2009

Project Method Statement

Dar Al Hadiah Consultant Engineer

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Contents
1. Introduction 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Project Parties Project Information Project Components Site Location Site Staff Organization Chart 1.5a Organization Chart 1.5 b Job Description 2. 3. Project Obstacles Construction Strategy 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 5. 6. 7. Zoning Plans Project Milestones & Constrains Project Priorities Methodology flow Chart Procurement Excavation, Shoring & Dewatering Foundation Basement walls & columns Slab formwork circulation Roofing system Faade Finishes Finishing Works & Electromechanical works External Works Authorities Approval, Testing & Commissioning

Construction Methodology

Site Logistics Activity Coding & ID System Productivity Rates

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1-Introduction

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1.1- Project Parties

Owner

Public Authority for Applied Education & Training

Construction Manager

Turner Projacs

Consultant

Dar Al Hadiah Consultant Engineers

Contractor

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1.2- Project Information

Project

Nursing Institute

Project Location

PAAET Campus, Shuwaikh

Project Duration

730 Calendar days including all holidays from date of enterprise

Project Value

KD 6,930,000.000

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1.3-Project Component
The project comprises the construction, completion & maintenance of the Nursing Institute for The Public Authority For Applied Education & Training. The Project is located at the south west side of PAAET Campus, Shuwaikh. The project includes one building and external landscape, the Building consists of Basement, Ground Floor, 1st Floor, 2nd Floor & Roof. The area of each project component is as follows: Basement area : Total area 8136.64 m2 Ground Floor Area : 8009.54 m2 First Floor Area : 7040 m2 Second Floor Area : 7040 m2 Roof Floor Area : 204 m2 The Basement will include the following: Car park with a capacity of 104 cars. A shelter area for peace time & war time. Upon completion it will be ready to accommodate 100 person Electric & Mechanical rooms for the pumps, generators, transformers, water tanks and all major electromechanical equipments The Ground Floor will include the Following: Registration & students waiting area Class rooms with capacity for 600 students 2 nos of Auditorium rooms for 240 students Examination halls Students book store Studio Dinning halls & central kitchen unit 2nos prayer rooms

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The First & Second Floor will include the Following : Staff rooms Conference room Technical Director Office Class rooms for 860 students Computer Class rooms Nursing labs Physics labs Language labs Biology labs pharmacology labs Chemistry labs. General study halls with library Instruction technology support unit Research rooms Video conference Media presentation labs. A Roof floor that will include 4 mechanical rooms. External area that will include Infrastructure and landscape works such as pavement tiles as well as parking lot area for 150 car and 12 busses

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The Major Activities


The construction of the Nursing Institute Building, will generally comprises of the following : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Site Clearance Excavation, Shoring / Dewatering & Termite Control Complete Structure works Waterproofing works Masonry works Finishing works including interior & exterior finishes for floors, walls, ceiling and wall partitions Steel, wood & aluminum doors & windows frames, leaves and hardware. Metal works All MEP works

10. LPG Works 11. Electrical Equipment (Smart sys) 12. Kitchen Equipment 13. Furnishing 14. Signage (External & Internal) 15. Shelter works 16. Elevators 17. Faade (Concrete panels cladding, curtain wall) 18. External Works (Infrastructure services, Landscapes)

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1.4- Site Location


Location of the Project
The Project (Nursing Institute) owned by the Public Authority of Applied Education & Training (PAAET). The site is located at south western corner of PAAET Shuwaikh campus. The campus resides between Jamal abdul Nasser street from north, Al Jahra road from south, Al Jahez street from the west and Al-Ghazali street from the east. a plan is attached to indicate the location of the project.

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STC Building

MEW Substation

Figure 1.1
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1.5- Site Staff Organization Chart

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Project Manager
Secretary Messenger Document Controller

Safety Officer

Quality Control Engineer

Senior Project Engineer

Planning Engineer

Quantity Surveyor

Arch.Coord Engineer

Lab Tech.

Civil Engineer

Subcontractors

MEP Subcontractor

Structure Engineer

MEP Coordinator General Forman Land Surveyor Elec Engineer Civil Forman Elec Foreman PL & FF Foreman HVAC Foreman PL & FF Engineer HVAC Engineer Draftsmen Draftsmen

Waterproofing subcontractor

Dewatering subcontractor

Shoring subcontractor

Carpentry subcont.

Alum. Works Subcontractor

Precast Concrete. Subcontractor

Shelter Equip. Subcontractor

Elevator Subcontractor

Ready mix conc Supplier

Waterproofing Foreman

Dewatering Foreman

Shoring works Foreman

Carpentry Foreman

Alum. Works Foreman

Precast Concrete Foreman

Shelter Equip. Foreman

Elev Foreman

Lab Furniture subcontractor


Key Legend Required Contractually

Decoration works subcontractor

Metal works subcontractor

Kitchen Equip subcontractor

Decoration works Foreman

Decoration works Foreman

Metal Works Foreman

Waterproofing Foreman

Not Required Contractually Responsibility Line Coordination Line

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1.5b- Job Description


Project Manager : Overall project policy and monitoring relations with consultant and clients team. Conducting daily / weekly meetings with all staff / subcontractors to point out the difficulties in work activities, requirement of resources, order/ direct material and equipment at site with maximum efficiency, find solutions and taking immediate actions Review correspondence for proper action Financial follow up and control the cost of project duration execution, follow up monthly payment certificates, variation orders in co-ordination with Q.S/Planner He will be directing the Senior Project Engineer, Architectural engineer, Planning Engineer, Quality Control engineer, Quantity Surveyor and the Safety Officer Senior Project Engineer: Overall area activities directing, monitoring and controlling the productivity of all staff. He will determine possible critical areas and activities have to be improved for the successful completion of project in time Find solutions and taking immediate action required to push the work in proper coordination with project manager He will be assisted by the site engineer, foreman, safety officer and services/finishing works engineers He will be directing the Subcontractors, Site Engineer, General foreman and Land Surveyor and reporting to the Project Manager Architectural Coordination Engineer: Overall technical coordination, preparation of architectural drawing, composite drawings. He will be responsible for the coordination between subcontractors for the preparation of shop drawings. Find technical solutions with consultants and subcontractors and taking immediate action required He will be reporting directly to the Project Manager, and will be directing the structural engineer and the architectural draftsmen.

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Planning Engineer : Preparation, submission, approval of the project schedule, updates, revisions, adjustments and monitor the construction progress, identify/initiate potential variance and delays, follow up resource assignment. He will be reporting directly to the Project manager and will coordinate with Senior Project Engineer to follow up and monitor construction activities and the Q.S for the preparation of CLS, as well the subcontractors. Preparation, submission, approval of cost loaded schedule in coordination with Q.S Prepare the monthly / fortnightly work programmes including values of work done vs planned values Prepare monthly progress reports Follow up the updates of material / drawing submittal logs & procurement of material Preparation & submittal of Pre-meeting submittals Quantity surveyor: Preparation of Cost load values for all activities as per Project construction schedule in coordination with planning engineer Check quantities, preparation of payment application under the supervision of the project manager and in co-ordination with the Planning engineer / Senior project engineer Preparation of Subcontractors payments, analyzing variations, claims and all other contractual issues in coordination with planning engineer

Safety Officer : Establish and follow up safety procedures all in accordance with the safety manual prepared by him. He will be reporting to Project Manager, and will be coordinating with the Senior Project Engineer to ensure safety control at site. Quality Control Engineer : All the aspects of materials / quality control of site works, and site laboratory functioning. Review preparation of all submittals of subcontractors, suppliers materials, samples to provide continuous flow of procurements as per the requirement of Project Programme. As well as E1 & E2 logs Responsible for all technical aspects regarding shop drawings preparation and coordination between different subcontractors. Preparation of Method statements and follow up procurement of materials and equipment. Supervise Quaility control procedures and will follow up all types of submittals such as Subcontractors, suppliers shop drawings, materials, etc.

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Structural Engineer : Structural shop drawings preparation. Coordination between the different subcontractors Prepare, submit and get approval of structural As-Built drawings. To coordinate with the Project Manager / MEP Coordinator for the progress priority of shop drawings submittal and to solve site structural problems on daily basis He will be assisted by the draftsmen. Civil Engineer : Work under the directives of the Project Engineer and will be responsible to carry out the works as site directly, and to arrange laborers, materials, equipment, machine etc. To supervise the work of subcontractors and arrange their responsibility To report for any material or other requirements well in time and report to the Project Engineer in case of expected shortage. To supervise the foremen and advise him to carry out the work according to drawings, specification. To get the work inspection of A/E and follow up with checklists in co-ordination with QC Engineer To follow up the works progress under the responsibility of Project Manager and Project Engineer and ensure that CCS is followed. Land Surveyor : Assisting Site Engineers, Foremen with all levels, coordination information. He will be reporting to the Civil Engineer. General Foreman : Proper execution of Daily work / weekly work program as provided by the Civil Engineer and proper distribution of resources. He will reporting to the Civil Engineer and will be managing the labors at site. Electrical Engineer : Follow up the execution of electrical works at site Follow up all electrical materials submittal and approvals as well as procurement and delivery of these materials to the site. Find solutions take immediate actions Testing and commissioning of all electrical works prior handing over the project Mechanical Engineer: Follow up the execution of mechanical works at site Follow up all mechanical materials submittal and approvals as well as procurement and delivery of these materials to the site. Find solutions take immediate actions Testing and commissiong of all mechanical works prior handing over the project

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2- Project Obstacles
1- Time milestones & constraints. The contractor is obliged to plan and execute the works within the contractual milestones and constraints. Accordingly, the contractor will provide the adequate resources to execute the construction activities to fulfil the contract milestone. 2- Site Accessibility limitation The contractor shall have only one side for site access, due to the site location. Accordingly, only one side will be utilized, and the contractor shall plan for the execution of the works accordingly 3- Tightness of location Major project obstacle is the tightness of the location, where there is no enough space for the A/E & contractors offices, store, labour rest shed steel yard, etc

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3- Construction Strategy
3.1 Project Zoning : For more control & closer follow up of the project, buildings are divided into different zones, this is based on different functions, structural nature such as expansion joints, or volume of work The following presents the project elements and the number of zones for each: The Nursing college : Divided to 3 zones The External Works : Divided to 3 Zones These Zones will include the structural, finishes and electromechanical works. To further meet the requirement and needs of the project, those zones were developed into smaller sub zones as follows : For the structural purpose and requirements each zone will be divided to 2 sub zones: Sub zone A1, Sub zone A2 for Zone A Sub zone B1, Sub zone B2 for Zone B Sub zone C1, Sub zone C2 for Zone C For the Finishing & electromechanical purpose each zone will be divided to the following : Class rooms/Corridors Sub zone Shelter area sub zone (at basement only) Transformer room sub zone (at basement only) Mechanical room sub zone (at basement only) Ramps Sub zone (at basement only) Wet area sub zone Stair case sub zone Open court area 1 Open court area 2 Open court area 3 For External works Zones will be divided as follows: Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Detailed sketched are attached to illustrate the Zoning system of the project

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Figure 3.1

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Sub Zone C1

Sub Zone B1 Sub Zone A1

Sub Zone C2

Sub Zone B2

Sub Zone A2

18 Basement

Figure 3.2

Sub Zone C1

Sub Zone B1 Sub Zone A1

Sub Zone C2

Sub Zone B2

Sub Zone A2

Ground Floor
Figure 3.3

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Sub Zone C1

Sub Zone B1 Sub Zone A1

Sub Zone C2

Sub Zone B2

Sub Zone A2

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1st

Floor Floor
Figure 3.4

Sub Zone C1

Sub Zone B1 Sub Zone A1

Sub Zone C2

Sub Zone B2

Sub Zone A2

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2nd Floor Floor


Figure 3.5

Sub Zone C1

Sub Zone B1 Sub Zone A1

Sub Zone C2

Sub Zone B2

Sub Zone A2

Roof
Figure 3.6

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Figure 3.7

25 Figure

3.8

Figure 3.9
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Figure 3.10

28 Figure

3.11

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Elevations Zoning System

North Elevation

East Elevation

West Elevation

Sub Zone O3

Sub Zone O2

Sub Zone O1

Figure 3.12

South Elevation

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Elevations Zoning System

Zone A

Zone B

Zone C

North Elevation

East Elevation (Zone A)


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Figure 3.13

Elevations Zoning System

Zone C

Zone B

Zone A

South Elevation

West Elevation (Zone C)


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Figure 3.14

3.2- Project Milestones & Constraints


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Activity ID

Activity Description

Duration Days 1

10

11

12

Months 13 14 15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

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Nursing Institute
Subtotal

731

Start milestone
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Start Milestone of the Project Contractor's Mobilization Shopdrawings,Materials Submittals & Approvals Materials Procurement & Delivery Excavation & Backfilling Foundations & Sub-Structure Super Structure Works Electrical & Mechanical Works Masonary & Finishing Works Elevations Works Roofing System Fixed Furniture & Equipment External Works Power On Testing & Commissioning Project Substantial Completion
11JAN09 13:35 NURI

0 45 365 440 75 120 330 595 390 180 90 75 150 1 60 0

Mobilization
20

Engineering
30

Procurement & Delivery


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Sub-Structure
50 60

Super-Structure
70

E/M Works
80

Finishing Works
90

Elevation Works
100

Roofing Works
110

Furniture
130

External Works
120

Testing & Commissioning


140 150

Substantial Completion
160

Run Date

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Nursing Institute Construction Master Schedule

Date

Revision

Checked

Approved

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3.3 The Project Priority


The Project priorities will be for the main building. After excavation the concrete skeleton works, will take place. As explained previously, the main building will be consisting of 3 zone (A, B & C), and accordingly, the sequence of work will start from Zone A to B to C as will be explained in detail in the construction methodology. The next priority will be for the faade work. The last stage will be for the external works.

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4-Construction Methodology
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4.1- Methodology Flow Chart

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Layout Excavation S U B S T R U C T U R e Reinforcement 2nd Layer + Casting concrete


Col.& Walls : Formwork + Shelter Equip + MEP + Reinf + Casting + curing
Basement Floor

Dewatering, Excavation (2nd Stage), anti-termite Blinding : Casting + Curing Waterproofing + Screed Raft Foundation Formwork + Reinf 1st Layer Drainage + Pipelines + other MEP Services
Raft Foundation

Slab : Formwork + Fix Reinforcement + MEP + Concrete + Curing


S U P E R S T U C T U R e

G.F, 1st 2nd, Roof Col: Formwork + Fix Shutter + MEP Service + Concrete + Curing G.F, 1st, 2nd, Roof & Upper Roof Slab : Formwork + Fix Reinforcement + MEP + Concrete + Curing
Attic Slab

Activity Sequence up to Upper Roof Curtain wall works


Precast Concrete Cladding Int. & Ext Block works + Finishing & MEP

External Works & Landscape


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4.2- Procurement

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Procurement Long lead items are the materials that are specified to be delivered from abroad (such as diesel generator, AHUs, Ceramic tiles, marble tiles, etc) or materials that needs a period for fabrication (such as doors, windows, etc) therefore, it requires a long duration to arrive to the site and might affect the installation works if not properly planned and tracked. The material will be procured by the contractor and his subcontractor but all procurement will be through the main contractor only, since its his responsibility as per contract conditions to review and make necessary coordination for his subcontractors procurement after the material samples and catalogues are approved by the engineers. Critical materials such as concrete, reinforcement and waterproofing, water stop, termite control as well as the shelter equipment are affecting the early activities of the project. The related submittals and approvals of these types of materials will be finalized as early as possible. Other long lead materials will be existing in our project, all these long lead materials will be elaborated in the CCS and the material / procurement log, to monitor and control its delivery on time and to ensure no delays will occur.

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List of Early Critical Material No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 CSI Division Div 02 Div 02 Div 02 Div 03 Div 03 Div 03 Div 03 Div 07 Div 13 Div 15 Description Termite Control Dewatering system Shoring system Steel Reinforcement Form Work Concrete Ready Mix Water Stop Waterproofing Material Shelter Equipment Drainage Pipes

List of Long Lead Items No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 CSI Division Div 03 Div 04 Div 05 Div 05 Div 07 Div 08 Div 08 Div 08 Div 08 Div 08 Div 08 Div 09 Div 09 Div 09 Div 09 Div 09 Div 09 Div 09 Div 09 Div 09 Div 09 Div 11 Div 12 Div 13 Div 14 Div 15 Div 15 Div 15 Div 15 Div 16 Div 16 Div 16 Div 16 Div 16 Description Precast Concrete Panels Glass Masonry Block Pipe Tube Railing Arch Metal Building Insulation Steel Doors Flush Wooden doors Aluminium doors Curtain walls + Alum Windows Doors Hardware Glazing Ceramic Tiles Acoustical Suspended Ceiling Metal Ceiling Stone Flooring Stone Flooring Adhesive Grouts Reselient Flooring & accessories Vinyl coverings Wooden Flooring Rubber Flooring Carpet Flooring Unit Kitchen Fixed Furniture Shelter Equipment Elevators HVAC Pumps AHUS Plumbing Equipmemt Ducts Diesel Generator Switch Baords Distribution Boards Trunking Light fittings Lead Time 6 month 6 month 6 month 6 month 3 month 6 month 6 month 6-10 month 6-10 month 6-10 month 6-10 month 6-10 month 6-10 month 6-10 month 3-4 month 6-10 month 6-10 month 6-10 month 6-10 month 6-10 month 6-10 month 6-10 month 6-10 month 3-4 month 8-10 month 8-10 month 8-10 month 8 month 2month 12 month 10-12 month 4 month 4 month 10-12 month Source Local Overseas Local Local Local Local Local Overseas Overseas Overseas Overseas Overseas Overseas Overseas Local Overseas Overseas Overseas Overseas Overseas Overseas Overseas Overseas Overseas Overseas Overseas Overseas Overseas Local Overseas Overseas Overseas Overseas Overseas

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4.3- Excavation, Shoring & Dewatering

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Survey mark up and Layout Necessary bench mark and grid layout are established by the contractors land surveyor (Recafco), and cross checked by consultants land surveyor (Hadiya) for acceptance before starting the works.

Marking Foundation The Marking and layout of foundations will be done by site engineer / foreman and cross checked by land surveyor. The level and the co-ordinates will be carried out from the approved Grid Line and Bench mark Excavation After establishing bench marks and grid lines, excavation works will take place, 2nos of loaders will start excavating 1m depth at Zone A. After that, the same will take place at Zone B then Zone C with the same sequence shown in the attached plan. After excavation of 1m in each zone, shoring H-Beams will be installed, and excavation works will proceed till 0.5m above water table while installing shoring timbers every 2m of excavation. After reaching 0.5m above water table level the dewatering system will be installed and operated. After installation & operation of dewatering system, excavation and shoring works will proceed till the level of anchors. Shoring anchors will be installed and tested, and excavation & shoring works will proceed till the bottom of foundation level. Note: Only 3 sides will include shoring works, there will be no shoring works for the side at Axis Z. For curved parts, the shoring works will be segmented. The temporary access ramp will be made as indicated in the attached plan, and will be removed while casting the last part of raft foundation. The expected completion of the excavation works will be on the 5th month from the date of enterprise
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Ramp

Start

Zone C

Zone B

Zone A Start

Figure 4.1

The sequence of work for the stages of excavation, shoring and dewatering will be as shown in the above plan

Excavation Plan

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Shoring Plan

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4.4- Foundation

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Termite Control For the raft foundation area, the leveled surface will be treated with antitermite treatment before casting blinding concrete. Subcontractor as well as the material used, will be submitted to the consultant for approval prior to execution of works

Foundation After termite control, a 10cm thick blinding will be casted & after curing the water proofing will proceed as per specified layers and drawings and then will be protected with 5cm screed layer. After completion of water proofing works and screed protection, raft foundation work shall be carried out by fixing rebars and shuttering for the sides of the raft. After completion of rebars fixation for bottom and top layers, shuttering the sides and installing the utilities pipes, casting preparation will take place and the raft foundation will be poured using the adequate number of tansmixers and concrete pumps. The execution of raft foundation will be as per the zoning strategy, 2 crews will be available for executing the foundation works and will be working in parallel. he sequence of works and movement of crews will be illustrated in the attached plans. Ramp Footings will be carried out later on after completion of waterproofing for basement walls and backfilling till the bottom of ramps foundation level. After casting the ramp foundations the walls will be casted and then water proofing will be carried out. After waterproofing is completed, backfilling under ramp S.O.G will start till the bottom of slab level and then the concrete works for the S.O.G will take place. After casting of raft foundation the Tower cranes will be installed as will be explained in the site logistic plan.

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Zone C1

Zone B1

Zone A1 Crew no 1

C2

Zone B2

Zone A2

Crew no 2

Raft Foundation
Figure 4.3

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4.5- Walls & Columns

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Basement Walls After the raft foundation is hardened enough, installation of rebars for walls shall start and the Doka formwork will be lifted and fixed in position using a crane. The available formwork for the walls will be enough to cast 45 mr (3 sets each 15m with 4.50m height) The walls will be casted in 17 cycles as shown in the attached plan with an expected date of 5 days for each cycle. The wall shutter will be dismantled after the specified duration of casting each wall, and will be used again for the next cycle. Shelter Equipments will be embedded in the concrete as it will be fixed prior casting of concrete. Shelter equipments (valves and blast doors) will installed using cranes Form work System The formwork system that will be used will be Doka large-area formwork Top 50 The major components of the system will be: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Doka Timber H-Beam Doka steel waling Plywood Supporting Props Tie Rods

Doka formwork Top 50


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Columns 10 nos of column sets will be used for casting the columns. Each cycle will take 2 days (1 day for steel reinforcement fixation + 1 day for shuttering & casting) For example, sub zone C2 contains a number of 53 columns, 10 columns will be casted in1 cycles so the total number of cycles will be 6 cycles, each cycle requires 2 days so the total duration of casting the columns for sub zone C2 will be 12 days.

Columns Formworks Doka Formwork Top 50 will be used for casting the columns The components of the System will be: Doka timber H-Beam Steel Waling Plywood Tie rods Props for Supporting sides of formwork

Column Formwork Detail


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14 6 5 4 1

Walls Formwork Circulation

Total of Formwork Available = 45 mr

2 8

7 9 10 15 14

11

13 13 13

12 15

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Figure 4.4

N
1

Total of Formwork Available = 45 mr

Casted Walls Under Construction

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Figure 4.5

N
4

Total of Formwork Available = 45 mr

Casted Walls Under Construction

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Figure 4.6

N
6 5

Total of Formwork Available = 45 mr

Casted Walls Under Construction

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Figure 4.7

Total of Formwork Available = 45 mr

7 9 10 17

11

13 13 13

12 Casted Walls Under Construction

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17
Figure 4.8

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Total of Formwork Available = 45 mr

14 15

Casted Walls Under Construction

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Figure 4.9

4.6- Slabs Formwork Circulation

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Slab formwork circulation After completion of walls and columns, formwork for slabs shall start. 3 formwork sets (Doka) will be available to execute and cast the slabs with total area of 4,360m2. each formwork set will be as the following : Formwork set 1 = 979m2 and will be used for sub zones A1 & B1 Formwork set 2 = 2160m2 and will be used for sub zones A2 & C2 Formwork set 3 = 1225m2 and will be used for sub zones B2 & C1 Each formwork of the above will be used in 8 cycles, each of different durations as for formwork set 1 will have 27 days duration for each cycle, Formwork set 2 will have 33 days for each cycle and Formwork set 3 will have 32 days for each cycle The expected finish date of the superstructure works will be at the 17 month from the date of enterprise Plans illustrating each formwork set utilization are attached

Scaffolding System The Scaffolding system that will be used for the concrete slabs will be the Dokaflex floor formworks system . The system will be containing of 3 components Floor Prop Eco 20 Doka Timber H-Beam (H20) Plywood

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Total of Formwork Available = 4360m2


Sub Zone C1
Formwork Set 3 = 1225 m2

Sub Zone B1
Formwork Set 1 = 979 m2

Sub Zone A1
Formwork Set 1 = 979 m2

Area = 1255m2 Area = 822m2

Area = 979m2

Sub Zone C2

Sub Zone B2

Sub Zone A2

Formwork Set 2 = 2160 m2 Formwork Set 3 = 1225 m2

Formwork Set 2 = 2160 m2

Area = 2160m2

Area = 1255m2

Area = 1730m2

There will be 3 sets of Formwork available for casting all concrete slabs, as illustrated in plan
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Ground Floor Plan

Formwork Set 1 Circulation


Area of formwork set is 979m2

Formwork Set 2 Circulation


Area of formwork set is 2160m2

Formwork Set 3 Circulation


Area of formwork set is 1225 m2

The formwork will be moving between Sub zone A1 & B1 horizontally & vertically as shown below

The formwork will be moving between Sub zone A2 & C2 horizontally & vertically as shown below

The formwork will be moving between Sub zone B2 & C1 horizontally & vertically as shown below

SF

SF

SF

FF

FF

FF

GF

GF

GF

BF Sub Zone B1 Sub Zone A1

BF Sub Zone C2 Sub Zone A1

BF Sub Zone C1 Sub Zone B2

Area of Sub zone slab A1 = 979m2 Area of Sub zone slab B1 = 822m2 The Cycle of each movement will take 27 days

Area of Sub zone slab A2 = 1730m2 Area of Sub zone slab C2 = 2160m2 The Cycle of each movement will take 33 days
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Area of Sub zone slab B2 = 1255m2 Area of Sub zone slab C1 = 1235m2 The Cycle of each movement will take 32 days

Formwork Circulation Bar Chart


Formwork Set 1 (979m2) Activity Formwork Shuttering fixing Steel Reinforcement Installation of services pipes Concrete Casting Curing & Dismantling formwork Days 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

Formwork Set 2 (2160m2) Activity Formwork Shuttering fixing Steel Reinforcement Installation of services pipes Concrete Casting Curing & Dismantling formwork Days 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

Formwork Set 3 (1225 m2) Activity Formwork Shuttering fixing Steel Reinforcement Installation of services pipes Concrete Casting Curing & Dismantling formwork Days 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35

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Cycles of Concrete Slabs


Cycle 1 Floor Roof Slab Second Floor Slab First Floor Slab Ground Floor Slab FW Set 1 FW Set 2 Zone A1 Zone A2 Zone B1 Zone B2 Zone C1 Zone C2

Cycle 2 Floor Roof Slab Second Floor Slab First Floor Slab Ground Floor Slab FW Set 1 FW Set 3 Zone A1 Zone A2 Zone B1 Zone B2 Zone C1 Zone C2

Cycle 3 Floor Roof Slab Second Floor Slab First Floor Slab Ground Floor Slab FW Set 1 FW Set 3 FW Set 2 Zone A1 Zone A2 Zone B1 Zone B2 Zone C1 Zone C2

Cycle 4 Floor Roof Slab Second Floor Slab First Floor Slab Ground Floor Slab FW Set 2 FW Set 1 FW Set 3 Zone A1 Zone A2 Zone B1 Zone B2 Zone C1 Zone C2

Cycle 5 Floor Roof Slab Second Floor Slab First Floor Slab Ground Floor Slab
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Zone A1

Zone A2

Zone B1

Zone B2

Zone C1

Zone C2

FW Set 1 FW Set 3 FW Set 2

Cycle 5 Floor Roof Slab Second Floor Slab First Floor Slab Ground Floor Slab FW Set 2 FW Set 1 FW Set 3 Zone A1 Zone A2 Zone B1 Zone B2 Zone C1 Zone C2

Cycle 6 Floor Roof Slab Second Floor Slab First Floor Slab Ground Floor Slab Zone A1 FW Set 1 FW Set 3 FW Set 2 Zone A2 Zone B1 Zone B2 Zone C1 Zone C2

Cycle 7 Floor Roof Slab Second Floor Slab First Floor Slab Ground Floor Slab Zone A1 Zone A2 FW Set 2 Zone B1 FW Set 1 Zone B2 FW Set 3 Zone C1 Zone C2

Cycle 8 Floor Roof Slab Second Floor Slab First Floor Slab Ground Floor Slab Zone A1 Zone A2 Zone B1 Zone B2 Zone C1 FW Set 3 Zone C2 FW Set 2

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4.7- Roofing System

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Roofing system Once all heavy works are completed on roof, and drainage and other inserts are fixed in place, the area will be cleaned and roofing works starts. All roofing layers shall be as per drawings / specifications / manufacturer recommendations. After each layer is completed, it will be inspected / approved by the engineer before applying the next layer. After roof work works are completed, flash up and rain water outlets and other roof fixtures shall be erected. A section detail is attached below to illustrate the roofing system layers.

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Faade works The faade works will include installation of concrete panel cladding as well as curtain wall works. Sigma paint shall be applied in the elevations of open court areas. After completion of concrete works in each zone, block works shall be carried out, for both external and internal once the external block works are completed insulation works will take place and after completion of insulation works on external block works concrete precast panel cladding works shall start. Opening in block works will be provided to receive precast support ribs without causing damages to the adjacent works. Curtain wall works shall proceed immediately after the completion of concrete works. After completion of concrete works, Curtain wall brackets will be fixed and aligned, after completion of brackets, aluminium frames will be installed and then the glass will be erected after installation of aluminium frames. The windows will be fixed after the completion of external cladding as it will rest on the precast panels. The sequence of works and crews movement shall be as per the zoning strategy. The crews movement will be from Zone A to Zone B to Zone C. 2 crews will be provided for the installation of Concrete precast cladding. Tower cranes and mobile cranes will be used for the installation of the precast panels Plaster and sigma works are also included in the internal faade works in the open court area, completion of these activities will be depending on dismantling the tower cranes and clearing the area to enable the erection of scaffolding. The tower crane will be dismantled after the completion of roofing system works as well as uploading the required materials to its locations in the floors. However, 3 sides can be carried out prior the dismantling of tower cranes to expedite the works.

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Sequence of Work
Zone C

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Zone B

Zone A

Elevation 4

Sub Zone O3

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Figure 4.11

Elevation 3

Crews Movement

Crews Movement

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Finishing & Electromechanical works Finishing works will include the following: Masonry block works & gypsum board partitions Wall finishes such as plaster, painting & ceramic tiles for wet area Ceiling works such as gypsum board and tiles, metal ceiling Flooring works such as terrazzo tiles, marble tiles, resilient flooring, carpet tiles, carpet roles for prayer rooms, rubber tiles, raised flooring, ceramic flooring for wet areas as well as epoxy paints for the car park area at the basement. Electromechanical works shall include the following : Water supply & drainage piping HVAC ducting & piping Electrical conduiting and wiring Equipments such as generators, pumps, AHUs and exhaust fans Sanitary fixtures & toilet accessories Electrical accessories

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Finishing Strategy The finishing works shall start with the masonry works. The masonry works will be externally & internally., internal & external masonry can be carried out once the site is ready and the slabs scaffolding are removed. Simultaneously fire fighting pipes, chilled water pipes, HVAC ducting, drainage and water supply H/L pipes shall start. Wall finishes will consist of sand cement plaster & paint while in wet areas ceramic tiles. The plaster works will be carried out after completion of first fix electromechanical works such as electrical conduits, and plumbing pipes at wet areas. Paint works & ceramic works shall follow up once plaster work is completed, as for painting works will be on stages (Paint preparation, 2nd Painting coat, and Final painting coat which will be carried out at the final stage of the project) Ceilings will be consisting of gypsum boards and tiles, metal false ceiling as well as plaster and paint for wet area and stair cases. False ceiling works shall take place after the completion of all MEP works above false ceiling and the completion of the paint putty & first coat. Floor finishes will consist of various materials such as terrazzo tiles, vinyl tiles, marble tiles, carpet tiles, etc. all materials will be applied on the prepared beds after wall plastering and fixation of the door frames and all other interior finishes on the walls and ceiling will be done afterwards. In case of carpet tiles & roles, flooring works will be done after completion of other finishing works. Electromechanical works will be divided to three items: First fix items such as piping, ducting, cable trays, etc works at high level, will be carried out after removal of slab formwork, while conduits will be carried out after the completion of block works. Second Fix items such as equipments, pumps, elect panels shall be carried out after completion of second painting coats and flooring. Third Fix items such as elect accessories, sanitary fixtures, toilet accessories, etc shall be carried out after installation of doors leaves and hardware as well as 2nd painting coats.

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Finishing & Electromechanical works strategy As per the Zoning strategy of the finishing works, the execution of works will be carried out as follows: Dry Areas

The finishing works will include the following: Plaster & Paint for wall. Gypsum Board & Tiles for false ceiling. Marble tiles, Vinyl tiles, Terrazzo Tiles, Ceramic Tiles and Carpet tiles for Flooring.

The sequence of works are planned to be carried out as follows: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Block works & First fix electromechanical works such as elec conduits, ducting & piping Installation of door frames Plaster works Paint preparation & Putty Window frames Screed for flooring (vinyl and carpet tiles) First fix gypsum board partition + door frames + First fix Electromechanical Insulation & closing gypsum board partition + Paint preparation & Putty Installation of HVAC ducts, FF pipes, elec conduits above ceiling False ceiling suspension system Installation of false ceiling services tiles KFD visual inspection prior closing false ceiling Painting of ceiling Flooring tiles (Marble, Terrazzo, Ceramic) Fixing door leaves & window glazing Doors & windows hardware Painting Coats Final fix electromechanical Final painting coat Installation of carpet & vinyl tiles

The above mentioned activities will be added in more details in the CCS

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Corridors

The finishing works will include the following: Plaster & Paint for walls Gypsum Board & Tiles for false ceiling Marble tiles & Vinyl Tiles for First & second floors

The sequence of works are planned to be carried out as follows: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Block works & First fix electromechanical works such as elec conduits, ducting & piping Installation of door frames Plaster works Paint preparation & Putty Screed for flooring (Vinyl or carpet) False ceiling suspension system Installation of false ceiling services tiles KFD visual inspection prior closing false ceiling Painting of ceiling Installation of Marble tiles Fixing door leaves & window glazing Doors & windows hardware Final fix electromechanical Final painting coat Installation of vinyl tiles

The above mentioned activities will be added in more details in the CCS

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Wet areas

The finishing works will include the following: Ceramic walls Plaster & Paint for ceiling Ceramic Flooring Sanitary fixtures & Toilet accessories

The sequence of works are planned to be carried out as follows: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Block works & First fix electromechanical works such as elec conduits, water supply & drainage pipes at low level Waterproofing works Installation of door frames Plaster works Steel frame for marble counters Ceramic tiles for walls Ceramic for floors Doors Leaves Doors & windows hardware Installation of marble counter Installation of Sanitary fixtures and toilet accessories Painting of ceiling Final fix electromechanical Air Handling Units Installation: The Air Handling Units will be kept in the stores once arrived to the site The maximum dimensions of the AHUs will be 1.60mX1.00m X0.55m and will have a weight of 100kg The air handling units will be lifted by 4 labors through the staircases to reach the required floors and will be installed above the attic slab after the completion of attic slab water proofing works and prior completion of block work above attic slab so that enough space will be available to install the AHU.

The above mentioned activities will be added in more details in the CCS

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Staircase area

The finishing works will include the following: Plaster & Paint for walls Plaster & Paint for ceiling Marble tiles Flooring Handrails

The sequence of works are planned to be carried out as follows: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Block works & First fix electromechanical works such as elec conduits Installation of door frames Plaster works Paint preparation & putty 2nd coat painting Marble tiles and skirting Doors Leaves Doors & windows hardware Fixing handrails Final fix electromechanical Final Painting coats

Sequence of Work & Crews movement One crew for each trade will start in execution as soon as the finishing works are ready, the movement of each crew will be zone wise. Once the finishing works at Zone C is ready to start, another crew will be added to have a total of two crews working together. The first crew (Crew 1) will be moving horizontally and vertically between Zones A & B, while the second crew (Crew 2) will be moving vertically in Zone C. A diagram is attached to illustrate the crews movement for execution of Finishing works.

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Internal Block Works

MEP First Fixation

Internal Block Works Attic Slab

Internal Block Works

Installation of Door frames

Plaster Works Paint Prep. & Putty MEP above false ceiling

MEP First Fixation Waterproofing works Installation of Door frames Plaster Works

Installation of Door frames Plaster Works Paint preparation & Putty

Screed for Flooring

First Fix Gypsum Board partition

First Fix MEP For G.B Partitions

Insulation & gypsum board partition closing

Installation of False ceiling suspension sys

2nd Painting Stage

Steel frame for marble counter Ceramic tiles for Walls Ceramic Tiles for Floors Installation of Marble Counter Installation of Sanitary Fixtures & Toilet access Painting of ceiling
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Marble tiles & Skirting Doors Leaves

Paint Preparation & Putty for G.B Partitions

Installation of False ceiling service tiles Painting of G.B Ceiling Flooring tiles
Final Fix electromechanical

Doors Leaves

Doors & windows Hardware Fixing Handrail MEP Final fixation Final Painting coat

Door Leaves, window glazing & Hardware

Doors Hardware

Painting Coats

Carpet & Vinyl

Final Painting Coats

Final Fix electromechanical

Finishing & electromechanical works sequence & crews movement

SF

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Zone A

Two crews will be provided to execute the works, the number below the crew indicates the movement sequence of the crew

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External works After completion of concrete skeleton and most of the faade works ( Elevations 1,2 & 3) the external works shall be carried out. The execution of external works will be in two stages as follows :

Infrastructure Services The infrastructure service should start with the lower network (storm work network + sanitary network) we will locate all pipe lines & manhole as per approved shop drawings & coordination drawings. We will excavate for pipelines and manhole location. After fixing installing & fixing all manholes and pipelines in the approved levels and locations, we will backfill the pipe lines in layers as specified. The network of fresh water, brackish, fire protection and LPG will be done as per approved drawings and method statement All the external services such as laying of cables, installation of street lights, communication network etc. will be carried out as per the approved shop drawings and contract specification. For all infrastructure piping works, the concrete encasement will be done as per approved shop drawings & specifications Hard Landscape General method for all the hard landscape elements is the same, it will be carried out after completion of infrastructure services. It will begin with site measurements and placement of the precasted concrete curb stones along their specified path. This will form the area for developing the asphalt roads as per contract specifications. Development of the pavements, paths and paved areas will be done on compacted soil, by placing the polythene sheet if needed, concrete slabs and mortar or sand beds for the specified finishes (precast concrete tiles, precast concrete interlocking pavers)

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As per the construction strategy and methodology, the external works will be divided to 4 Zones as follows : Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 The sequence of work for the external works will be related to the site logistics as well as the concrete and cladding works. The execution of works will be planned to take place in four stages as explained in the following: Stage 1 Once the concrete works are completed, the steel reinforcement workshop will be no longer required and will be removed from the site. In addition the cladding works for the east elevation will be completed. Accordingly, the site will be ready for the external works at Zone 1 to be carried out. Such works will include all infrastructure works as well as the landscaping works. The material store will be one of the main obstacle in execution of the external works, therefore its is planned to be relocated in the basement at Zone C (A plan for the new stores location is attached). In addition, the temporary vehicle road will be rerouted as illustrated on the attached plans. The works that will take place in this stage are the following: Infrastructure works Kerbstone works Sub grade for asphalt Stage 2 After completion of stage 1. Cladding works at the south and west elevations is expected to be completed. Accordingly, external works at Zone 2 will be carried out. Rerouting of the temporary vehicle road will be taken into consideration. The works that will take place in this stage are as follows: Infrastructure Works Kerbstone works Sub grade for asphalt Stage 3 After completion of stage 2. Cladding works at the north elevation is expected to be completed. Accordingly, external works at Zone 3 will be carried out. Rerouting of the temporary vehicle road will be taken into consideration. The works that will take place in this stage are as follows: Infrastructure Works Kerbstone Works Sub grade for Asphalt
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After completion of all above mentioned stages, final asphalt layers and interlock tiling works shall be carried out. The sequence of these works shall be as per construction strategy.

The existing external services near the shelter escape will be studied and relocated and will be assured to stay fully operating and maintained.

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Figure 4.15

Level formation

Excavation for Lower network (Storm & Drainage pipes)

Installation of Pipes & Manholes Encasement & Backfilling Excavation of higher network pipes

Installation of pipes & manholes

Encasement & Backfilling

Completion of Infrastructure works

Landscape Works
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Authority Approvals, testing & commissioning Authority approvals , testing and commissioning are all linked to the completion of respective works and are included in the schedule under a separate section A diagram is attached to clarify the procedure followed in order to complete the project Testing & Commissioning Plumbing system A. During the manufacture (at Contractor's premises only), installation and after completion of works; the system, sections of the system or its components shall be tested by the Contractor / specialist Subcontractor in the presence of the Engineers representative, as directed below or elsewhere. The Contractor shall procure all testing instruments and accessories and bear all costs in connection with the same: 1. Basic materials for conformity with the specified standards. 2. Supports and anchors for ability to withstand required loads. 3. Wall mounted sanitary fixtures with a dead weight of 100 kgs. 4. Pumping equipment for the specified flow, head, controls, safety interlocks and alarms; noise criteria, etc. 5. Heat transfer equipment for full load capability, controls, safety interlocks, and alarms and operation of safety valves. 6. Filtration equipment for flow, head loss, filtration fineness, controls alarms, regeneration etc. 7. Control system for operating ranges, tolerances, cutout, alarms 8. Water supply systems for required flow and pressure at simulated peak flow conditions (open sectional control valves estimated no. of outlets in open condition, in series). 9. Drainage systems for simulated peak flow conditions and performance of trap seals (by simultaneous discharge of all water closets stack or groups). 10. Piping in general for line, level and slopes. 11. Sanitary fixtures for operation of fittings and proper fixation.
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B. Balance and regulate the following items, systems. 1. Globe valves on pump discharge for design flow. 2. Balancing valves in circulating systems for equal or proportionate flow. 3. Thermostats for cut in cut out temperatures or range. 4. Angle valves on fixture supply for regulated flow. TESTING OF PRESSURIZED PIPING A. The pipes shall be jointed, plugged and shall have been in position for at least 24 hours, before the tests are carried out. B. The piping shall be tested for line, gradient and water tightness. The Contractor shall furnish all labour, and necessary testing instruments such as gauges, pumps etc. as directed by the Engineers representative. A minimum of two (2) nos identical pressure gauges shall be installed at extremities of the piping circuit to be tested. C. Fill the piping with clean fresh water, leaving all high points open to allow for purging of air. Allow a soaking period of at least 24 hours for cement lined or concrete pipes. D. Pressurize the system using manual pumps in increments of 25 percent of the test pressure. Allow a standing period of 10 minutes after each pressure increment. Pressure testing using motor driven pump is not permitted. E. Do not over pressurize the system under any circumstance. If the test pressure is close to the maximum permissible pressure of any of the system components, install calibrated pressure relief valves in the tested circuit. F. Prior to testing keep all valves and control devices in open position. After completion of pressure test, close each valve one at a time starting from the pressure release end, so as to ensure tightness of the valve. G. The piping shall be hydrostatically tested at a pressure of 690 Kpa (100 psig) or 1.5 times the system working pressure, whichever is greater, but limited to 1379 Kpa (200 psig) for copper and steel piping and 1034 Kpa (150 psig) for UPVC piping. The pressure shall be maintained for at least 4 hours. In metallic piping, allow for pressure fluctuations due to ambient temperature variations. Record the circuit temperature along with the pressure readings. H. Check for leaks by swabbing with a dry tissue. Drop in pressure to the order of 10 Kpa (1.5 psig) per hour shall be considered as acceptable. I. Do not subject sanitary fixture chrome fittings to the test pressure. J. Piping shall be tested in segments during the progress of the work. Maintain an official log book for recording the tests carried out on sections of piping, including test pressure, date of test
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TESTING OF DRAIN, WASTE AND VENT PIPING A. The pipes shall be joined, plugged and shall have been in position for at least 24 hours before the tests are carried out. B. The piping shall be tested for line, gradient and water tightness. Furnish all labour and necessary testing instruments as directed by the Engineers representative. C. Install compression type rubber plugs with bleeding caps to plug branch risers in horizontal piping. Install inflatable pneumatic rubber plugs for vertical risers and other inaccessible areas. D. Fill the piping with clean fresh water, leaving all the high points open to allow purging of air. E. All soil, waste, vent and storm piping shall be tested by filling entire system with water to a minimum head of 3 Ms (10 feet) minimum at any part of the system. The system shall hold the water level to within 100 mm (4 inch) drop in 8 hours. Vertical piping shall be tested in sections of two or three floors at a time. F. Check for leaks by swabbing with a dry tissue. G. Test completed piping by simultaneous flushing of all water closets. Test drainage branches by simultaneous discharge of filled bath tubs, washbasins etc.

DISINFECTION AND FLUSHING OF FRESH WATER PIPING SYSTEM A. Prior to starting work, verify that system is complete, flushed and clean. B. Ensure pH of water to be treated is between 7.4 and 7.6 by adding alkali (caustic soda or soda ash) or acid (hydrochloric acid). C. Add disinfectant, free chlorine in liquid, powder or tablet form to obtain 50 to 80 mg/L residual. D. Fill the system piping with chlorinated water and bleed water from outlets to ensure distribution and test for disinfectant residual at minimum 15 percent of outlets. E. Maintain disinfectant in system for 24 hours. F. During the disinfections period install temporary warning signs in both Arabic and English at conspicuous places throughout the Project against using the chlorinated water. G. If final disinfectant residual tests less than 25 mg/L, at any outlet, repeat treatment. H. Flush disinfectant from system until residual equal to that of incoming water or 1.0 mg/L. I. Take samples no sooner than 24 hours after flushing, from remote outlet of each riser and from water entry, and analyse in accordance with AWWA C601. Submit result of analysis to Engineers representative for approval.
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INSPECTION, TESTS AND ADJUSTMENTS OF FIRE PUMPS A. Prior to Start Up. 1. The pump motor assembly alignment shall be checked and adjusted, if necessary. Steel cleats shall be welded on pump and motor bases to lock them in aligned position. 2. Foundation and coupling bolts shall be tightened and locked. 3. Pump shaft shall be checked for free rotation. 4. Electrical continuity and insulation of motor and the control panel shall be checked by meggering. 5. The calibration of the relief valve opening and its installation shall be checked and corrected if necessary. 6. The system isolating valve/s shall be shut-off and the test line opened. 7. The tripping element of the circuit breaker shall be checked for correct selection and proper installation. The star-delta change over timing shall be adjusted to the period recommended by the motor manufacturer. 8. System power supply voltage shall be checked and all other checks outlined in the controller operation manual performed, before energizing the controller. 9. The suction lines and the pump casing shall be checked for proper filling with water. B. The following shall be executed to start the system up: 1. The direction of rotation of the pump shall be checked and corrected, if necessary, by momentary operation of the emergency start lever. 2. The valve on the test line shall be partially closed to avoid the operation of the pump at high discharge rates. 3. The pump shall be started on manual mode. 4. The motor full load current shall be checked by manipulating the flow. 5. The pressure relief valve shall be checked for proper operation by gradually closing the test valve. 6. The pump and motor bearings shall be checked for signs of overheating. 7. The suction line shall be checked for signs for entry of air and proper suction intake flow. C. The pump performance shall be verified as follows: 91 1. The pump head shall be checked at 100 % and 150 % of nominal flow and

D. The following shall be executed to put the system into Service: 1. Isolate the fire pump controllers. 2. Close the test line and open the system isolating valve. Ensure that the system outlets are closed. 3. Fill the system with the jockey pump. Maintain pressure for 24 hours and ensure that there are no leaks. 4. Energize fire pump controllers and ensure that the system is in automatic mode. HVAC Systems During the manufacture (in Contractors premises only) and installation and after completion of works; the system, sections of the system or its components shall be tested by the Contractor/Specialist Subcontractor in the presence of the Engineers Representative as directed below or elsewhere. The Contractor shall procure all testing instruments and accessories and bear all costs in connection with the same: 1. Basic materials for conformity with the specified standards. 2. Supports and anchors for ability to withstand required loads. 3. Pumping equipment for the specified flow, head, controls, safety interlocks and alarms; noise criteria, etc. 4. Heat transfer equipment for full load capability, controls, safety interlocks, and alarms and operation of safety valves. 5. Control system for operating ranges, tolerances, cutout, alarms etc.

Electrical works Testing & Commissioning


Wiring Devices A. Test all switches, socket outlets etc., for correct polarity and continuity of conductors in the presence of and to the entire satisfaction of the Engineer. B. Carry out live phase to earth loop impedance tests at all switches and socket outlets with an approved earth loop impedance tester to the entire satisfaction of the Engineer. Ensure that all device plates have satisfactory earth continuity to the protective conductor system. C. Test all 13 Amp. socket outlets for instantaneous tripping of associated distribution board current operated earth leakage circuit breaker using testing equipment, approved by the Engineer.
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Diesel Generator
Testing shall be carried out at full load after completion of installation by the Engine manufacturer's qualified representation by the Engine manufacturer's qualified representative in the presence of the Engineer. 2. If the above cannot be done then testing shall be done at the manufacturer/supplier's premises at full load in the presence of the Engineer. All arrangements and costs incurred by such a test shall be responsibility of the Contractor.

Switch Boards
Test shall be performed at the manufacturers plant in accordance with BS-5486. The manufacturer shall submit the test reports to the purchaser for approval. Inspection shall be carried out at the manufacturers plant and test witnessed by the Engineer before delivery of equipment to site.

UPS
1. Routine tests shall be carried out at the manufacturers works on each completed unit and witnessed by the Purchaser and Owner or his appointed representatives. These tests shall include: a. Insulation resistance test b. Dielectric strength test c. Operational and sequence test d. Performance test e. Transient response test The transient response should record the results with oscillograms. These tests shall include: - Simulation of an inverter failure which would cause the full load to transfer from the inverter to standby power. - Manual return of the full load from standby power to the inverter. - Simulation of failure of the AC power input of the battery charger. - Simulation of battery charger failure. - Measurement of the inverter output voltage when the input voltage is varied between 10 percent and the frequency, between 2 Hz. f. Short circuit tests - Short the inverter output circuit to record the current limiting effect of the inverter. - Short the output of one of the branch circuits to ensure clearing of the fault. g. Temperature rise test h. Noise level test i. Measurement of dimensions j. Visual check of workmanship and finish 2. The manufacture shall submit these test reports for Owners approval. 3. Approval by the purchaser/Owner shall not relieve the manufacturer of his commitments under the terms of the purchase order and this specifications.
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Telecommunication System
Testing shall conform to TIA/EIA TSB-67 Transmission Performance Specifications for Field Testing of Unshielded Twisted Cabling Systems and ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-A-1, Propagation Delay and Delay Skew Specification for 100-ohm 4-pair cable. Testing shall be accomplished using level III field testers. Test each pair of each cable for opens, shorts, grounds, and pair reversal. Correct grounded and reversed pairs. Examine open and shorted pairs to determine if problem is caused by improper termination. If termination is proper, tag bad pairs at both ends and note on termination sheets. 1) Perform testing of copper cables with tester meeting TIA/EIA TSB-67 and ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-A-1 requirements. 2) If horizontal cable contains bad conductors or shield, remove and replace cable.

Fire Alarm & Detection System


A. After the installation is complete, the contractor shall conduct operating commissioning tests. The system installation, testing and commissioning shall be as per Kuwait Fire Brigade approval and requirements. B. The Fire Alarm System shall be completely programmed in accordance with Kuwait Fire Brigade requirement and a specialist from the manufacturer shall attend and demonstrate the complete system.

Public Address System


A. The completed public address system shall be fully tested and adjusted the transformer taps for appropriate sound level by the contractor in the presence of the owners representative. B. Measure and record sound pressure levels at designated locations. C. Upon completion of a successful test, the Contractor shall so certify in writing to the Owner and provide detailed, demonstration and training. D. Submit all shop drawings indicating installation details, cable routing and system configuration and technical catalogue for each component.

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KFB
Submit fire alarm, fire protection, smoke ventilation system shop drawing & materials to KFB Approval of fire alarm, fire protection, smoke ventilation system shop drawing & materials by KFB Submit of Substation shop dwg

MOE
Submit HVAC as built & load calculation to MOE Approval of HVAC as built & load calculation by MOE

KM

MEW
MEW Site inspection & Approval

MOC
Submit MOC intake dwgs for approval

Civil Defense

Approval of Substation shop dwgs

Checking of site issuance of clearing certificate by KM

Payment of Fee by the owner

Inspection of Intake By MOC

Approval by MOC Substation Civil works inspection Submit elec as built & all loads to MOE Approve elec as built & all loads by MOE

Inspection of Installation prior ceiling closing

Approval of Civil works inspection

Physical installation, inspection approval by MOC Payment of fees by owner Connection, activation of telephone lines by MOC Issuance of letter of Power connection to MOE by KM

Final Installation & Arch. Visual inspection by KFB

Fix Transformer, HT Panel & connection by MOE

Inspection of site MOE Approval Payment of fee to MOE by owner

Approval by KFB

Letter to KM for Power connection KFB Final operation Final certification of acceptance

Third Party inspection

Electrical Connection to site


Civil Defense inspection

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5 - Site Logistics Plan


The Site Logistic Plan includes the temporary fences, sign boards, Consultant site offices, Contractors site offices, subcontractors site offices, consultant and contractors car park shed, workshops for cutting & bending steel, stores for keeping materials, labors toilets & rest sheds. Temporary access routes are taken in consideration to allow equipments & machines movement around the construction site facilities. For further illustrations, refer to the attached plan Two Tower cranes (TC-1 and TC-2) will be erected as shown in the attached plans. The first Tower Crane TC-1 will be located at the open court area between axis (H & S) and axis (21 & 28). The second Tower crane TC-2 will be located at the open court area between axis (H & S) and axis (6 & 12). Both Tower cranes will have radius of 55 m and lifting capacity of 52.6 KN and will be installed after casting the raft foundation. A plan is attached to indicate the proposed foundation of the tower crane which will be submitted for approval to the consultant. Impact of Tower Crane (TC-1) Due to the tower crane location in the open court area between axis (21 & 28). Some construction activities will be on hold till dismantling the tower crane, such as the following: Part of the concrete slab in the ground floor (tower crane location) Cast in situ terrazzo tiles Flooring works at the basement. External Plaster works Impact of Tower Crane (TC-2) Due to the tower crane location in the open court area between axis (6 & 12). Some construction activities will be on hold till dismantling the tower crane, such as the following: Part of the concrete slab in the ground floor (tower crane location) Cast in situ terrazzo tiles Flooring works at the basement. External Plaster works Tower Crane Dismantling 2 mobile cranes will be used for dismantling the tower crane, the tower crane boom and the counter jib will first be dismantled. After dismantling the boom and counter jib, the operator cabin will be dismantled. After dismantling the operator cabin, the tower crane section will be dismantled one by one till all sections are dismantled

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Mobilization
The construction phase shall commence upon receiving the handing over of the site from the municipality. Accordingly, mobilization works shall start. The mobilization will be in accordance with the proposed time schedule and contract milestones and within this period all requirements mentioned in the specifications and other contract documents will be followed and coordinated with the municipality and other authorities for all related approvals and permits. The mobilization works shall include the following: Consultant & Contractor/ Subcontractors site offices A/E site offices will be erected by a professional subcontractor, while main contractor staff office will be constructed by our carpentry workshop, and will be sited as approved by the engineer, In addition to all the site temporary services such as fire fighting, water supply, drainage, electric HVAC, telephone network, etc. The offices will be furnished and equipped as required. Suitable paved temporary site access roads as per standard. Detailed shop drawing for the above will be submitted for consultants review and approval prior execution. Consultant & Contractor car park sheds Consultant and main contractor car park shed will be erected by a professional subcontractor to allow adequate number of cars, and will be sited as approved by the engineer. Detailed Shop drawing will be submitted for review and approval prior the execution. Temporary fence A complete fence will be executed as specified in tender documents, with the relevant approved shop drawings. All Client, CM and consultant requirements shall be taken into consideration Sign Boards Shop drawings will be submitted in due time for the same for approval prior fixation, as well as all calculations required. Necessary electrical supply to sign board lighting shall be provided. Stores Covered storage area for different type of materials will be provided, and will be sited as approved by the engineer. Work shops The site will be provided with work shops for steel reinforcement preparation, cutting and bending, as well as formwork and shutter assembling

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Labors rest sheds & toilets Labors rest sheds, drinking fountains, guard house, etc shall be provided, and will be located as approved by the engineer. Temporary Lighting & Power Adequate lighting and power shall be provided for all construction tools and equipment without overloading the temporary facilities, and shall be made available for construction operations of all trades . Construction debris removal The debris will be removed as required to maintain the site tidy and accessible all the time, and the same will be transported to the offsite dumping area. Temporary Controls Temporary controls shall be taken in consideration as specified during the construction period, such as noise control, dust control, water control , fire fighting control, etc. First Aid Facilities First aid Facilities shall be provided as per the safety program

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Site Logistic Plan

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Tower Cranes Locations

Tower Crane (TC2)

Tower Crane (TC1)

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Nursing Institute - PAAET RECAFCO Activity Coding System


No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Description Phase Building Floor Zone Sub Zone Subcontractor Division Sub Division Number of characters 1 1 2 1 2 2 3 5 Notes

No 1 2 3 4 No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Type G E C S Location G C S M B X T A O P Floor GN SA MU PR FD BF GF FF SF RF UR EV ST EL EX Zone G A B C S N O W E 1 2 3 General Zone A Zone B Zone C Shelter Area North Elevation South Elevation West Elevation East Ealevation Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 General Engineering Phase Construction Phase Project Closure

Description

Notes

Description General Subcontractors/Sppliers Shop Drawings Materials Main Building External Works Testing & Commissioning Authorities Approvals Close Out Provisional Items Description General Submittal & Approvals Mock Ups Procurement Foundation Basement Ground Floor First Floor Second Floor Roof Upper Roof Elevators Staircases Elevations External Works Description

Notes

Notes

Notes

only in basement

for external works for external works for external works

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No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 No 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 RC DS JN KF AL BD KZ ET GN A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 DR WT CO S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7 S8 S9 MA TR O1 O2 O3 IS LS

Sub Zone General Zone A1 Zone A2 Zone B1 Zone B2 Zone C1 Zone C2 Dry Areas Wet Areas Corridors Stair Case 1 Stair Case 2 Stair Case 3 Stair Case 4 Stair Case 5 Stair Case 6 Stair Case 7 Stair Case 8 Stair Case 9 Mechanical Area Transformer Room Open Court Area 1 Open Court Area 2 Open Court Area 3 Infrastructure works Landscape works Subcontractor

Description

Notes For Concrete works only For Concrete works only For Concrete works only For Concrete works only For Concrete works only For Concrete works only

Description Recafco Drake & Skull Jassim Al-Nisf Kuwait Foundation Alico Kuwait Boodai Trading Co KZ Pest Control ETA Engineering & Elevator Co

Notes Main Contractor Electormechanical Subcontractor Waterproofing Subcontractor Shoring works subcontractor Aluminium Works subcont. Shelter Equip. subcontractor Anti Termite Subcontractor Elevator works subcontractor

No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 GN0 020 030 040 050 070 080 090 100 110 120 130 140 15P 15F 15H 15L 160

Division

Description General Division 02 - Earth Works Division 03 - Concrete Works Division 04 - Masonry Works Division 05 - Metal Works Division 07 - Thermal & Moisture Protection Division 08 - Doors & Windows Division 09 - Finishes Division 10 - Specialities Division 11 - Equipment Division 12 - Furinture Division 13 - Special Construction Division 14 - Conveying System Division 15 - Mechanical Works (Plumbing) Division 15 - Mechanical Works (Fire Fighting) Division 15 - Mechanical Works (HVAC) Division 15 - Mechanical Works (LPG) Division 16 - Electrical works Description SUMMARY OF WORKS CONTRACT MODIFICATION PROCEDURE PAYMENT PROCEDURES PROJECT COORDINATION MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL COORDINATION PROJECT MEETINGS NETWORK ANALYSIS SCHEDULES CONSTRUCTION PHOTOGRAPHS SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES DOCUMENT PRODUCT DATA AND SAMPLES QUALITY REQUIREMENTS REFERENCE STANDARDS AND DEFINATIONS MOCK UP REQUIREMENTS

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CSI Subdivision 01110 01250 01290 01311 01312 01313 01321 01322 01330 01333 01400 01420 01455

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No CSI Subdivision 14 01458 15 01505 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 01521 01555 01561 01562 01580 01600 01632 01722 01732 01741 01742 01750 01770 01783 01785 01787 01789 02210 02330 02240 02260 02300 02362 02510 02580 02772 02783 02890 03100 03200 03300 03480 03550 03520 03535 04050 04815 05500 05521 05580 07110 07120 07160 07210 07320 07551 07620 07920 07840 08110 08120 08210 08310 08520 08710 08800 08900

Description TESTING LABORATORY SERVICES CONSTRUCTION FACILITIES AND TEMPORARY CONTROL FIELD OFFICE AND SHEDS TRAFFIC CONTROL SAFETY MEASURES AND STANDARD TEMPORARY BARRIERS AND ENCLOSURES PROJECT IDENTIFICATION AND SIGNS PRODUCT REQUIREMENT ALTERNATIVES AND SUBSTITUTES FIELD ENGINEERING CUTTING AND PATCHING FINAL CLEANING PROGRESS CLEANING STARTING AND ADJUSTING CLOSEOUT PROCEDURES OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE DUTIES DURING MAINTENANCE PERIOD PROJECT WARRANTIES PROJECT RECORD DOCUMENTS SUBSURFACE INVESTIGATION SITE CLEARING DEWATERING EXCAVATION SUPPORT & PROTECTION EARTH WORK TERMITE CONTROL ASPHALT WORK ROADWAY AND PARKING MARKINGS PRECAST CONCRETE CURBS INTERLOCK PRECAST CONCRETE PAVERS TRAFIC SIGN AND SIGNALS CONCRETE FORMWORK STEEL REINFORCEMENT CAST IN-PLACE CONCRETE PLANT PRECAST ARCH. CONCRETE CONCRETE TOPPING & FLOOR FINISH LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE FILL SAN CEMENT SCREED CONC. UNIT MASONRY GLASS UNIT MASONARY METAL FABRICATIONS METAL RAILINGS ARCHITECTURAL METAL MEMBRANE WATERPROOFING FLUID APPLIED W/P BITOMINIOUS WATERPROOFING BUILDING INSULATION PRECAST CONC. ROOF TILES MODIFIED BITUMINIOUS PROOFING SHEET METAL FLASHING & TRIM JOINT SEALANT FIRESTOPPING STEEL DOORS AND FRAMES ALUMINIUM WORKS (DOORS) FLUSH WOOD DOOR ACCESS DOORS & PANELS ALUMINIUM DOORS & WINDOWS DOOR HARDWARE GLAZING GLAZED CURTAIN WALL

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No 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133

CSI Subdivision 09220 09250 09260 09310 09420 09440 09505 09510 09546 09638 09651 09653 09671 09680 09910 10265 10270 10400 10810 11460 12566 13036 14210 15050 15060 15070 15075 15080 15100 15121 15122 15123 15140 15181 15183 15185 15190 15300 15310 15320 15325 15330 15355 15375 15400 15410 15450 15500 15725 15731 15734 15738 15761 15763 15785 15810 15820 15837 15838 15841 15855

Description PORTLAND CEMENT PLASTER GYPSUM BOARD GYPSUM BOARD ASSEMBLIES CERAMIC TILE PRECAST TERRAZZO CAST IN SITU TERRAZZO GYP.BOARD SUSP.CEILING SUSPENDED CEILING METAL CEILINGS STONE FLOORING RESILIENT BASE AND ACCESSORIES SHEET VINYL FLOOR COVERING EPOXY FLOORING CARPET TILES PAINTING IMPACT RESISTANT WALL PROTECTION ACCESS FLOORING IDENTIFICATION SIGNS TOILET ACCESSORIES UNIT KITCHENS LABORATORY FURNITURE PUBLIC SHELTER ELECTRIC TRACTION ELEVATORS PLUMBING SYSTEM HANGERS AND SUPPORTS MECHANICAL SOUND & VIBRATION CONTROL MECHANICAL IDENTIFICATION MECHANICAL INSULATION PLUMBING PIPING EXPANSION COMPENSATION METERS AND GUAGES PIPING SPECIALITIES PLUMBING SPECIALITIES HYDRONIC PIPING AND VALVES REFRIGERANT PIPING HVAC PUMPS FUEL PIPING FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM FIRE PROTECTION PIPING FIRE PUMPS & ACCESSORIES SPRINKLERS SYSTEM FIRE PROTECTION SPECIALITIES FOAM EXISTING SYSTEM STAND PIPE AND HOSE SYSTEM PLUMBING EQUIPMENT PLUMBING FIXTURES WATER STORAGE TANKS AND ACCESSORIES HVAC SYSTEM AIR HANDLING UNITS PACKAGED AIR HANDLING UNITS COMPUTER ROOM AIR CONDITIONING UNIT SPLIT SYSTEM AIR CONDITIONING UNIT AIR COILS FAN COIL UNITS AIR TO AIR ENERGY RECOVERY UNITS DUCTS (DUCT WORK) DUCT ACCESSORIES CENTRIFUGAL FANS AND AXIAL FANS POWER ROOF VENTILATORS BYPASS VARIABLE AIR VOLUME TERMINALS DIFFUSERS, REGISTER AND GRILLS

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No 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164

CSI Subdivision 15900 15860 15950 15900 15400 15500 16050 16060 16075 16123 16130 16133 16134 16140 16210 16235 16441 16442 16443 16500 16611 16640 16670 16710 16721 16725 16771 16800 16821 16850 16860

Description BUILDING AUTOMATION SYSTEM AIR CLEANING DEVICES TESTING ADJUSTING & BALANCES OF HVAC BUILDING AUTOMATION SYSTEM PLUMBING SYSTEMS HVAC SYSTEMS BASIC ELECTRICAL MATERIALS & METHODS GROUNDING & BONDING ELECTRICAL IDENTIFICATION BUILDING WIRES & CABLES RACEWAY & BOXES CABLE TRAYS UNDERFLOOR RACEWAY ASSEMBLIES WIRING DEVICES ELECTRICAL WORKS FOR SUBSTATION DIESEL GENERATOR SWITCHING BOARDS PANEL BOARDS MOTOR CONTROL CENTERS LIGHTING FIXTURES UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWUTCH LIGHTING PROTECTION SYSTEM TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEM INTEGERATED FIRE ALARM SECURITY AND CCTV SYSTEM AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEM CLOCK SYSTEM PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM TV AND SATELITE SYSTEM INTERACTIVE ELECTRONIC SMART BOARD

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Activity ID System 20 characters will be used for the Activity ID


1 . 3 . 5 6 . 8 . 10 11 . 13 14 15 16 17 . 19 20

Phase

Location

Floor

Zone

Sub Zone

Subdivision

Number

Example C.B.GF.A.WT.09310.01 = Ceramic Flooring for wet areas at Ground floor Zone A

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7- Productivity Rates
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Real Estate Construction & Fabrication Co.

Productivity Rates
No. of working days : 6 days/ week (Saturday to Thursday, Friday is day off) Working shifts : one shift / day Working hours : 8 hours / day Over time and Fridays shall be used if necessary to keep on schedule or to compensate for any unexpected events.

No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38

Division Div 02 Div 02 Div 02 Div 02 Div 02 Div 02 Div 02 Div 02 Div 03 Div 03 Div 03 Div 03 Div 03 Div 04 Div 04 Div 05 Div 07 Div 07 Div 07 Div 07 Div 07 Div 07 Div 07 Div 08 Div 08 Div 08 Div 08 Div 09 Div 09 Div 09 Div 09 Div 09 Div 09 Div 09 Div 09 Div 09 Div 09 Div 09

Item Describtion Excavation Works Shoring Backfilling Preparation of blinding Anti Termite Control Kerbstones Inerlock Tiles Asphalt Concrete Slab Concrete Columns Precast Concrete Cladding Concrete Topping / Screed Leight weight concrete Block Works Glass Block Works Handrails Waterproofing membrane Protection Board Building Insulation Concrete Pavers for Roof Metal panels cladding Aluminium Flashing Fire Stop Door Frames Door Leaves Door Hardware Frameless Glass panels Cement plaster 1st stage Cement plaster 2nd stage Ceramic walls for wet areas Ceramic Skirting G.B partition Studs+1st Layer +Insulation G.B parititions Closing Gypsum false ceiling Metal false ceiling Paint preparation Painting Coats Vinyl Tiles
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Productivity Rate per day 350 m 50 m 80 m 200 m 600 m 75m 30m 2000m 30m 5 nos 60m 40m 60m 15m 5m 10m 60m 60m 100m 30m 30m 60m 40mr 5 Nos 5 Nos 5 Nos 30m 60m 30m 12m 30mr 20m 50m 20m 30m 40m 40m 25m

Crew (Manpower/Equipment) 1nos Loader 4 shoring labours 2 Roller + 2 compactor + 4 labors 3 Labours + 1 Compactor 1 labour 3 Masons 4 Masons 1 Asphalt paver + Roller + Pnuematic wheel + compacter & compressor 4 carpenters + 2 labour + 4 Steel Fixers 2 carpenters + 2 steel Fixers + 2 Labours 6 mason + 1 crane 5 concreter + 1 finisher 6 concreter + 1 finisher 1 Block work mason + 1 Labour 1 Mason + 1 Helper 1 Handrail mason + 1 helper 1 WP mason 1 WP mason 1 Mason + 1 Helper 1 Tile Layer + 1 Helper 1 Cladding Mason + 1 Helper 1 Mason + 1 Helper 1 Mason + 1 Helper 1 Doors carpenters + 1 helper 1 Doors carpenters + 1 helper 1 Doors carpenters + 1 helper 2 Metal Masons + 1 helper 1 Plaster mason + 1 Helper 1 Plaster mason + 1 Helper 1 ceramic mason + 1 helper 1 ceramic mason + 1 helper 2 mason + 1 Helper 2 mason + 1 Helper 1 Mason + 1 Helper 1 Mason + 1 Helper 1 Painter 1 Painter 1 Tile Layer + 1 Helper

No 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64

Division Div 09 Div 09 Div 09 Div 09 Div 09 Div 09 Div 09 Div 09 Div 09 Div 09 Div 10 Div 10 Div 10 Div 10 Div 12 Div 13 Div 15 Div 15 Div 15 Div 15 Div 15 Div 15 Div 16 Div 16 Div 16 Div 16 Rubber Tiles Marble Tiles

Item Describtion

Productivity Rate per day 25m 12m 30mr 20mr 15mr 12m 15m 5m 40m 10m 7 nos 5 nos 20m 12 Nos 10 seats 1 nos 30m 24m 24m 70 kg 20 m 20m 15m 24m 400m 20m

Crew (Manpower/Equipment) 1 Tile Layer + 1 Helper 1 Tile Layer + 1 Helper 1 Tile Layer + 1 Helper 1 Tile Layer + 1 Helper 1 Tile Layer + 1 Helper 1 Tile Layer + 1 Helper 1 Tile Layer + 1 Helper 1 Tile Layer + 1 Helper 1 Tile Layer + 1 Helper 1 Mason + 1 Helper 1 Mason + 1 Helper 1 Mason + 1 Helper 1 Mason + 1 Helper 1 Signage Mason 1 Finishing Carp. + 1 helper 3 Mason + 1 Helper 1 plumber + 1 helper 1 plumber + 1 helper 1 FF Pipe Fitter + helper 1 Duct Fitter + 1 helper 1 Duct Fitter + 1 helper 1 Pipe Fitter + 1 helper 1 Electrician + Helper 1 Electrician + Helper 3 Electricians + 3 helpers 3 Electricians + 3 helpers

Marble Skirting Marble Threshold Marble Counter Granite Flooring Terrazzo Tiles Insitu Terrazo tiles Carpet Tiles Wood Flooring Wall & Corner guards Toilet Accessories Access Flooring Internal Signage Lab Furnitures Shelter Doors Laying Water supply pipes Laying Drainage pipes Laying Fire Fighting Pipes Laying HVAC Ducts Duct Insulation HVAC Piping Installing Cable Trays Electrian Conduiting Wiring Works Laying Cables

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