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PART 1 GENERAL 1.01 SECTION INCLUDES A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K. A. A. Procedure for Submittals. Material Orders and Invoices. Site Layout and Organization Chart. Health and Safety Policy Document. Working / Shop Drawings. Record Drawings. Samples. Data. Test Reports and Certificates. Reports. Program. Section 01 10 00- Summary: Work sequence. Contractor's Administrative Personnel: 5 years minimum experience in using and monitoring CPM schedules on comparable projects using Primavera 6 software. Listings: In chronological order according to the start date for each activity. Identify each activity with the applicable specification section number. Diagram Sheet Size: Maximum 24 x 36 inches (600 x 900 mm) or width required. Scale and Spacing: To allow for notations and revisions.

1.02 RELATED SECTIONS 1.03 QUALITY ASSURANCE

1.04 SCHEDULE FORMAT A. B. C.

PART 2 PRODUCTS - NOT USED PART 3 EXECUTION 3.01 PROCEDURES A. Wihin one week after signing the Agreement the Contractor shall submit a schedule of all required submittals. It shall list the forecast date for submission of each item by which all submittal shall be completed. Approvals are given subject to the material / workmanship being in compliance with the Specifications and/or Standards. In case of any conflicts or non-performance such approval will be revoked at any time and the Contractor shall arrange for replacement, reconstruction at the Contractor's costs. The Contractor shall allow a minimum of four weeks for the review of each submittal and / or resubmittal by the Engineer. However the Contractor shall allow in his program for the period required by the Engineer to check submittal, inspection and testing that may be necessary for assessing the quality of each material proposed. Large or multiple submittals may require up to 45 calendar days. All submittals shall be through the Contractor. Submittals are not acceptable directly from Subcontractors, suppliers or manufacturers. Drawing numbers and Specification Sections, articles and paragraphs to which the submittal pertains shall be listed. The manufacturer's name and address, trade or brand name, local supplier's name and address, catalogue numbers and cuts, brochures, terms and conditions of manufacturer's guarantee and warranty, other required information shall be included to fully describe the item,

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and supplementary information as may be required for approval. Where several types or models are contained the Contractor shall delete non-applicable portions or specifically indicate which portions are intended and applicable. H. Submittals shall clearly indicate any deviation, substitution or variation from the contract specification and shall state the reason for the same. All corrections shall be highlighted on the submittal / re-submittal to expedite review. Unless otherwise specified, each submittal shall include one original and three sets of copies. Where sections of submittal are not applicable, the selection must be clearly marked with NIA. The material proposed in submittals must be clear and accurate marked with arrows or underlining and must show the manufacturer's ordering code. Colour marking is not permitted. Certify by stamp and signature that review, approval, verification of products required, field dimensions, adjacent construction Work, and coordination of information are in accordance with the requirements of the Work and Contract Documents.

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M. Delays to the works, resulting from incorrect and incomplete submittals, are the sole responsibility of the Contractor and no claim will be entertained in this respect. N. The Contractor shall identify and immediately report to the Engineer any variations from Contract Documents and product or system limitations that may be detrimental to successful performance of the completed Work. The Contractor shall distribute copies of reviewed submittals as appropriate and as directed by the Engineer. Request parties to promptly report any inability to comply with requirements. Make all required corrections and resubmit the required number of corrected submittals until approved. Direct specific attention in writing to revisions other than the corrections called for on previous submittals. Check submittals returned for correction and ascertain if the corrections result in extra cost above that included under the Contract Documents. Give written notice to the Engineer within five days if such extra cost results from corrections. By failing to notify the Engineer or by starting any Work covered by a submittal, all claims for extra costs resulting from required corrections are waived. Whenever a variation causes a change to the information contained in previously approved submittals, submit information and data corresponding to the changed requirements for approval. Revision submittals shall be submitted following the procedures required for previously approved submittals. Claims for time extension andlor costs will not be entertained in case of any prolonged approval processes. The Contractor shall provide the Engineer with three copies of all contracts with sub-contractors, orders, invoices, certificates of origin, shipping documents related to the supply of services, materials and goods required for the works. Payment for materials on site will be made only against the documentation specified above and a list detailing materials on site since last evaluation, materials received on site since last payment, material used during said period and balance on materials in site. Wlthin two weeks of signing the Agreement, prepare and submit to the Engineer for approval a site layout plan and any modifications thereafter showing the proposed layout of facilities on the site. The site layout plan shall include, but not be limited to temporary facilities including accommodation, plant, storage areas, crane (or crane rail) positions, fences, gates, security lighting, access for other contractors, Employer / Engineer's staff, visitors etc.

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3.02 MATERIAL ORDERS AND INVOICES A.

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3.03 SITE LAYOUT PLAN A.

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3.04 CONTRACTOR'S SITE STAFF ORGANIZATION A. No later than two weeks from the start of the mobilization periods and before commencement of construction activity on Site, submit a full listing of his proposed site staff for the organization, management and supervision of the Works. The list shall include all personnel from Contractor's Project Manager through to foreman level and shall amplify and reflect the details already given by the Contractor in the Schedule of Data submitted with his Bid and incorporated in the Contract. Such listing shall be supported by authenticated details of the qualifications and experience of such personnel, for review and approval by the Engineer. Before being approved, the Engineer shall have the right to interview any of the Contractor's proposed staff and notwithstanding their approval the Engineer retains the right to instruct the removal of any person employed by the Contractor in or about the Works, who, in their, misconducts himself, or is incompetent or negligent in the proper performance of his duties, or whose employment is otherwise considered to be undesirable. Wflhin 2 weeks after signing the Agreement, the Contractor shall submit to the Engineer, for the Engineer's approval, a company health and safety policy document. The document shall include: 1. Company Health and Safety Policy Statement, signed by the authorised signatory of the Company. 2. Details of the Company's safety organisation, emphasizing proposed site safety organization, including curriculum vitae of safety officers. 3. Safety responsibilities of all Company staff and the proposed safety staff at site. 4. Details of the Company and proposed site health and safety procedures. 5. Detailed information on how the Company intends to eliminate, control or contain the main hazardslrisks applicable to the Contract. At such time as the Engineer has approved the list of materials and equipments schedule, the Contractor shall provide four (4) sets of manufacturers technical and maintenance literature including data on characteristics and features of the products, to the Engineer. Data sheets shall provide sufficient technical information to identify each product and shall include the name and the address of the nearest supplier and details of the local representative. Preformatted Technical Data Sheets for all approved items shall be submitted for this purpose. Manufacturers qualification statement. Installers qualification statement. Sufficient information on the products and material to acertain compliance with the Specifications such as; 1. Suppliers name, 2. Product name, 3. Detailed product description, 4. Manufacturers technical data, 5. Storage instructions, 6. Relevant test results of all materials specified, 7. Reference list and previous approvals, 8. Installation instructions, 9. Testing procedures and frequencies, 10. Test results from an independent laboratory or one as directed by the Engineer, 11. QA / QC procedures. Information on Sub Base and Sub Grade material including required test results.

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3.05 HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY DOCUMENT A.

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The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer for approval neatly bound itemized, indexed manuals containing details of all products proposed for the execution of the Works. Each manual shall cover the items related to a particular aspect of the Works or items, which are related. For each item, include the manufacturer's name and address, trade or brand name, local supplier's name and address, catalog numbers and cuts, brochures, terms and conditions of manufacturer's guarantee and warranty, other information to fully describe the item, and supplementary information as may be required for approval. Cuts, brochures, and data shall be marked to indicate the items proposed and their intended use. Unless othewise specified, each submittal shall include one original and three copies of each manual. Each product submittal shall include instructions of the manufacturer(s) for delivery, handling, storage, assembly, installation, start-up, adjusting, and finishing. Special procedures, conditions requiring special attention, and special environmental criteria required for application or installation shall be indicated. Mark each copy to identify applicable products, models, options, and other data. Supplement manufacturers' standard data to provide information specific to this Project. Indicate Product utility and electrical characteristics, utility connection requirements, and location of utility outlets for service for functional equipment and appliances. After review distribute in accordance with the Submittal Procedures article above and provide copies for record documents. The Contractor shall submit his proposed work method statement for approval prior to commencing work. The statement shall detail proposed sequence of work, hold points, testing frequency and document control. The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer the following documentation for review and approval before substantial completion and handing over. 1. Manufacturers' Recommendations. Manufacturer's recommendation for each product or procedure, including recommended spare material to be stored, installation temperature, humidity .. etc., and all relevant operational data. The Contractor shall have a copy of the manufacturers' instructions available onsite at all times while work is in progress, and shall follow these instructions unless otherwise authorized to deviate by the Engineer . 2. As Built Drawings. The Contractor shall maintain one set of "As Built" drawings. All approved changes and all completed and approved work shall be recorded on these drawings. The Contractor shall maintain these drawings on a daily basis and provide them as requested by the Engineer. At the Completion of the Contract, the Contractor shall submit to the Engineer one (1) complete "As Built" set of drawings of the entire Contract Area for approval 90 days prior to the Contract Completion date. Once the drawings have been approved, the Contractor shall prepare and submit three (3) sets of fully book bound drawings and three (3) soft PDF copy on CDIDVD with scanned literature as necessary at completion handing over. 3. The final content of the manual shall be agreed with the Engineer but shall include the following: a. A3 copies of As Built drawings. b. Logic of installation and maintenance of the works. c. Description of material: 1) Performance curves, data sheets, test reports, relevant catalogues and warranties 2) Complete nomenclature, illustrations, drawings, diagrams required for maintenance. d. Bill of Quantities of Material used in the Contract. (A typical format can be obtained from the Engineer .) e. Project manpower allocation

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Scheduled dates for Submittals to be arranged in chronological order by the date required by the construction schedule. Submit list of submittals a maximum of (30) thirty days after the contract is executed. Submit three copies with the following information: 1. Schedule date for first Submittal. 2. Specification Section number and title. 3. Submittal Category: action and or information. 4. Names of subcontractors/ suppliers and contact information of key personnel. 5. Description of the Work covered. 6. Time required for review, re-submittal, ordering, manufacturing, fabrication, and delivery shall be considered while establishing dates

D. 3.08 SHOP DRAWINGS A. Prior to the execution of any Works, the Contractor shall prepare detailed working drawings as required for the proper execution of the Works and submit these with full explanatory notes for the Engineer's approval. Working drawings shall be based on the Contract Drawings and shall include all necessary additional information and details to enable proper execution of Works. Working drawings shall also apply to all temporary works which shall include where required such aspects as: 1. Traffic diversions 2. Dewatering systems and discharge routes 3. Earthworks 4. Pipeline installation 5. Concreting activities 6. Pipeline test sections and methods 7. Formwork 8. Arrangements for Non-Disruptive Method of Pipeline Construction 9. Phasing of works 10. Dealing with existing services. The Contractor shall submit in triplicate to the Engineer's approval the below listed drawings. One copy shall be returned to the Contractor stamped 'APPROVED" andlor marked up with any necessary alteration. Where any modification or revision is required, the Contractor shall make the amendments and resubmit the drawing as specified. After the drawing has been approved the Contractor shall submit to the Engineer 6 copies and one digital copy. Structural Drawings shall be accompanied by the consent of the appropriate Authorities (if so required under the regulations in force) and it shall be the Contractor's responsibility to obtain such permits. The Contractor shall carefully check and verify all dimensions on the Contract drawings and shall report all variations to the Engineer and obtain Engineer's decision before progressing further. Engineer's decision will be regarded as the final. Metric units are used for all work unless specified otherwise. Shop drawings shall be prepared to detail and include any installation not completely detailed in the Contract drawings, or to detail any alterations to the Contract drawings and shall include, all related works listed below but not limited to: 1. Civil works - Indicate on shop drawings, layout of products, special design layout, elevations, and affected adjacent construction. 2. Structural calculations showing stability under dead and imposed loads. 3. Layouts showing actual distances, offsets etc. sections where works shall be carried out, details, levels and other relevant details.. 4. Supports, openings through walls and slabs. 5. Detailed drawings and calculations.

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Any other drawings and calculations required for the proper execution of the works and required by the Engineer.

The approval of shop drawings shall not relieve the Contractor of any of his responsibility under the Contract for a successful and timely completion of the work. Scales for shop drawings shall be as follows: 1. Details 1:1, 1:5, 1:10, 1:20 2. Construction 1:50, 1:100 3. Layout and Site Plan 1:100 or 1:200 or 1:250 In addition to the requirements under "Shop Drawings" given above, full details of the following shall be presented to the Engineer: 1. Position and extent of all support construction left in any excavation. 2. Precise location of all services encountered by them. 3. Soils encountered during all excavation work. 4. Amendments to approved working drawings as a consequence of construction. 5. Measured depths of construction. 6. Measured horizontal and vertical locations of underground utilities and appurtenances, referenced to permanent surface improvements. 7. Measured locations of internal utilities and appurtenances concealed in construction, referenced to visible and accessible features of the Work. 8. Field changes of dimension and detail. 9. Details not on original Contract drawings. Unless otherwise specified, each submittal shall include two sets of samples. One set of approved samples and all disapproved samples will be returned. Samples of value retained by the Engineer will be returned after completion of the Work if the Contractor requests its return. Approved samples of manufactured items may be installed in the Work if the locations are recorded and the samples bear temporary identification as such. The Contractor shall submit samples to illustrate functional and aesthetic characteristics of the Product, with integral parts and attachment devices. Coordinate sample submittals for interfacing work. Each sample shall be clearly identified including full Project information. Samples will not be used for testing purposes unless specifically stated in the specification section. Submit all data which were used in preparing Shop Drawings and Designs in the form of Catalogs, Data Sheets, Publications, Manuals and similar to facilitate Engineer's review process. Submit six copies, one of which must be an original, of complete technical and catalog data for every item of mechanical and electrical equipment and machinery to be incorporated in the Works, including components as specified under Sections dealing with mechanical and electric equipment. The Engineer may examine and may require testing any materials or goods to be used in the works. The Contractor shall give the Engineer unrestricted access to his, and his sub-contractos, manufacturers and supplier premises for such purposes at all times.

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3.11 DESIGN DATA A.

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The Contractor shall afford the Engineer all facilities, assistance, labour and appliances necessary for the convenient examination, testing, weighing or analysis of all materials and goods. The Contractor shall prepare test pieces, which the Engineer may require. Tests carried out off the Site shall not relieve the Contractor of the responsibility of ensuring that the materials pass any required tests when they are incorporated in the Permanent Works. Should the Engineer not inspect any materials or goods at the place of manufacture, then the Contractor shall obtain through his supplier test certificates from an independent Testing Institute, approved by the Engineer, and forward three copies of such certificates to the Engineer. Such certificates shall certify that the materials or goods have been tested in accordance with the appropriate Specification and approved Standards, and shall give the results of the tests, which have been camed out. The Contractor shall provide adequate means on site to identify the materials or goods with their respective test certificates. Costs for such tests and certificates are to be borne by the Contractor and are deemed to be included in his Contract Price. Upon request of the Engineer, the manufacturers shall provide field-reports, test results, certificates or other information required to the Engineer to be submitted in duplicate within four weeks. Prepare and submit Reports described hereinafter in a form approved by the Engineer. Work activities and procurement reports should be referenced where relevant to the approved Contractor's Construction Schedule. The Contractor shall prepare for each working site separate Daily Reports in the form approved by the Engineer. Reports shall be submitted daily, signed by the Contractor's Project Manager, to the Engineer's Representative, preferably at the end of the working hours but not later than the following day, for comments and signature. The original of these reports shall be kept at the Engineer's Sie Office, one copy shall be returned to the Contractor after review and signature of the Engineer's representative. Daily reports shall record staff on site as number of engineers, foremen, surveyors, skilled laborers (each category), unskilled laborers, number and type of plant (separately stating working, idling, break-down), work executed during the day, work tested and accepted, details of tests carried out, sufficient space shall be provided for recording remarks of the Engineer's representative and the Contractor. Within 2 weeks after receiving Notice to Proceed, the Contractor shall submit to the Engineer, for the Engineer's approval, the form of daily reports he proposes to use. Any amendment required by the Engineer shall be complied with. The Contractor shall report monthly progress to the Engineer on charts showing actual work done superimposed on copies of his approved program. He shall state his proposals for improving progress should this be lacking in any respect. The report shall be delivered to the Engineer within one week after the end of each month. The report shall detail all plant, its value and labor employed on Site together with details of their location on the Works as well as include a list of all materials delivered to the Site. The Contractor shall provide a digital photographic record of the execution of the Works by having color photographs taken at monthly intervals from such points as the Engineer may direct from time to time. The number of such photographs shall not exceed 15 per month. The

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Contractor shall supply 5 sets of hard copies, size 9x13 cm, fixed onto album sheets, captioned and dated as well as the digital files. D. The Contractor's monthly progress report shall include: 1. The updated program as specified. 2. A list of manpower detailing number of skilled laborer in each trade, unskilled laborers, engineers, foremen, surveyors, technicians etc., actual on site shall be printed against the originally foreseen personnel. 3. A list of construction plant, detailing plant on Site, in working condition, idling, under repair shall be plotted against the originally scheduled equipment. 4. A monthly list of Material submittals containing: a. Number of submittal b. Short description of submittal c. Date of submittal d. Date of Engineer's comments, if any. e. Date of re-submittal(s) f. Date of Engineer's comments on re-submittal(s), if any. g. Date of Engineer's approval. h. Date of placing order (copy of order to be enclosed). 5. A monthly list of shop drawings containing: a. Number of shop drawing submittal. b. Short description of shop drawing submittal. c. Date of shop drawing submittal. d. Date of Engineer's comments, if any. e. Date of shop drawing re-submittal(s). f. Date of Engineer's comments on re-submittal(s), if any. g. Date of Engineer's approval 6. Three hard copies of each report in a suitable scale plus a copy of the updated program(s) / report(s) in digital format shall be submitted to the Engineer at the end of each month. Submit a Procurement Status Report on weekly basis. The report shall include a list of materials and items that have been procured and a list of materials and items that have been delivered to Site. The report shall also give references to all correspondence and transmittals between the Contractor and the Engineer regarding approval of such materials and items. In addition to the daily reports, the Contractor shall provide a daily program showing the activities proposed to be executed the following day as well as the personnel and plant (labor/plant return) required to carry out these works. All correspondence to the Engineer shall be submitted as follows: 1. One original and three photocopies including all attachments shall be delivered to Engineer's head offices at Abu Dhabi, Al Salam Street, Al Ferdous Building, Flat 1701. 2. All correspondence from the Contractor to the Engineer shall be signed only by the Contractor's authorized person (approved Contract I General Manager) and submitted on A4 size paper whenever possible. All correspondence shall clearly indicate: 1. Contract Title and Number 2. Contractor's Name 3. Date and reference number of the correspondence. One Copy of the same correspondence shall be submitted to the Engineer's site offices.

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3.20 METHOD STATEMENTS A. B. The Contractor shall submit for the Engineers review and approval method statements for each key activity, as directed by the Engineer. Method statements shall comprise detailed information about the working method to be applied including but not limited to the following and/or as otherwise specified in the Contract Documents: 1. Detailed working method including sequence of works, Definitions of abbreviations or acronyms used. 2. References listing applicable specifications, standards, reports, test plans etc. 3. Sub - contractors, providing full details of experience, resources etc. 4. Preparatory works. 5. List of materials encountered in the works. 6. Related drawings. 7. Safety procedures. 8. Required approvals from concerned Authorities. 9. List of equipment to be used (incl. relevant technical data). 10. Executing staff, manpower (incl. experience, certificates if required). 11. Definition of responsibilities, e.g. engineer, foremen, sub - contractor etc. 12. QAIQC procedures on site along with sample QAIQC formats. 13. Documentation formats. 14. Remedial works (if applicable). 15. Other relevant information as required by the Engineer. END OF SECTION

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