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SADARA PROJECT

LSPB CONTRACT
TECHNICAL DATA BOOK
ATTACHMENT IV TO SCHEDULE B
15.2.1 BUILD INTERFACE MANAGEMENT
PLAN
Document No: A554-R-730-IN-GEN-INT-001
RTIP Rev:

FW Prepared
by:

Majid M
Alghamdi

Majid M
Alghamdi

Majid M
Alghamdi

FW Approved
by:

Mike Dowden

Mike Dowden

Mike Dowden

Owner
Approved by:

Daniel Abanto

Daniel Abanto

Daniel Abanto

Revision Date:

11 July 2012

28 Aug 2012

10 Sept 2012

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SUMMARY OF DOCUMENT REVISIONS


Rev.
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Date
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Section
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Attachment 2

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Attachment 2

Interface Dependency Table Update

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section

Topic

1.0

PURPOSE ................................................................................................................ 4

2.0

SCOPE ..................................................................................................................... 4

3.0

DEFINITIONS ........................................................................................................... 4

4.0

RESPONSIBILITIES ................................................................................................ 5

4.1

INTERFACE PARTIES ............................................................................................ 6

4.2

CONTRACTOR F ..................................................................................................... 6

4.3

CONTRACTOR O .................................................................................................... 7

4.4

PROGRAM INTERFACE MANAGEMENT TEAM (PIMT) ....................................... 8

5.0

INTERFACE TYPES ................................................................................................ 8

5.1

EXTERNAL INTERFACE ......................................................................................... 8

5.2

INTERNAL INTERFACE .......................................................................................... 9

6.0

INTERFACE NUMBERING ...................................................................................... 9

7.0

COMMUNICATION ................................................................................................ 10

7.1

INTERFACE QUERIES (IQS) ................................................................................ 11

7.2

IQ NUMBERING ..................................................................................................... 11

7.3

TRANSMISSION OF DOCUMENTATION ............................................................. 11

8.0

INTERFACE GUIDELINES .................................................................................... 11

8.1

PIPING ................................................................................................................... 12

8.1.1

ABOVE GROUND PIPING INTERFACES ............................................................. 12

8.1.2

UNDERGROUND PIPING INTERFACES .............................................................. 12

8.2

CIVIL INTERFACES .............................................................................................. 13

8.2.1

ROAD INTERFACE ............................................................................................... 13

8.2.2

PAVING INTERFACES .......................................................................................... 14

8.2.3

DITCH INTERFACES ............................................................................................. 14

8.2.4

TELECOMMUNICATION CONCRETE ENCASED DUCT BANKS....................... 15

8.3

TELECOMMUNICATIONS ..................................................................................... 16

8.4

ELECTRICAL ......................................................................................................... 16

ATTACHMENT 1 IQ GUIDELINES ................................................................................... 17


ATTACHMENT 2 INTERFACE DEPENDENCY TABLE................................................... 19

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PURPOSE
This document defines how interfaces are to be managed by the Packages
Contractors. It defines the role and responsibilities of each interface Party. It
does not define the engineering requirements of each interface.
This document is intended to:

2.0

Ensure all interfaces are identified


Define clear responsibilities for each Party
Ensure there are no interface gaps or overlaps
Define the physical method of making the interface (flange, junction box, etc)
Ensure schedule compatibility, relating to interfaces

SCOPE
This document defines the requirements for the management of interfaces during
construction phase
The physical interface definition includes the following connections:

3.0

Piping (above and underground)


Civil (roads, paving, ditches, ducts)
IT/Telecoms
Electric power cable and Control Cable

DEFINITIONS

Title

Definition

BL

Battery limit

Contractor
Package A, B, C,
Or D Contractor

The SDL Building Project is divided into four Packages, A,


B,C and D. Each Package will be constructed by a Package
contractor

Package contractor

The Contractor responsible for Construction of a Package.

Finalization
Contractor
Contractor F

Contractor F effectively will accept the works of Contractor


O and will complete the Interface Point works. Contractor F
will maintain responsibility for the Interface Point until
construction turnover.

Originator
Contractor
Contractor O

Contractor O is the Contractor who initiates the works at an


IP. Contractor O will provide Contractor F the required
support to allow Contractor F to complete the works at
subject interface point.

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3rd Party contractor

Contractors nominated for works outside of the building


battery limit or not included in Contractor A,B,C& D scope of
work

ICF

Interconnecting Facilities Contractor

ITC

Information Technology Contractor

EW

Early Work Contractor

IDT

Interface Dependency Table

External Interface

External Interface is an interface between any Package


Contractor and a third party contractor e.g. between
Package C Contractor and ICF Contractor

Internal Interface

An Internal Interface is an interface between any two


Package Contractors

IP

Interface Point

IQ

Interface Query

ISBL

Inside Battery Limit. A category of work scope for facilities


inside a process Unit BL

OSBL

Outside Battery Limits. Outside the Process Unit BL but


within the Site boundary

PMT

Project Management Team

SPOC

Single Point of Contact

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RESPONSIBILITIES
This section outlines the respective responsibilities of the Project Management
Team and the Packages Contractors.
Package Contractors are wholly responsible for the completion of all
Interface Points within the parameters of the contract price. Package
Contractor shall be responsible to communicate with any other Package
Contractor as required to complete all works relating to the Interface
Points. Package Contractor shall also be responsible for all documentation
and communication with the PMT.
The following is the general frame of responsibilities
I.

PMT will: Oversee the interface process and nominate contractor (F)
Finalization Contractor or (O) Originator Contractor in each IP.

II.

It is the responsibility of a Package Contractors to coordinate with the


other Package Contractors to establish schedule of activities at each
Interface Point (IP). Agreeing to the sequence of activities, and
finalizing the proper sign off and required testing for each (IP) based

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on the role they will be assigned to as an Originator contractor Or


Finalization contractor.

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III.

Contractor O will be the first contractor to install their works in a


condition that Contractor F will be able to complete the IP per the
Contract Documents.

IV.

Contractor F prior to starting any works at an IP shall confirm


Contractor O installation is acceptable to complete the IP per the
terms of the contract documents. This is to include layout and
elevations and general soundness of the installation.

V.

Contractor O shall facilitate Contractor F as required to complete the


IP, providing required access or traffic control, etc. etc.

VI.

Upon completion of any irregularities and acceptance of Contractor O


IP works, Contractor F shall complete the IP per the requirements of
the contract documents.

VII.

Contractor F shall be responsible for future protection of the IP and all


snag list works associated with the said IP.

VIII.

It is the responsibility of the parties involved to ensure that the


appropriate Non-Disclosure Agreements are in place where the
exchange of information and / or drawings & documents as specified
in this document.

Interface Parties
There are four parties involved in the management of interface points:

Finalization Contractor Contractor F


Originator Contractor Contractor O
3rd party Contractor
Project Management Team

For each IP, Contractor F and Contractor O will be identified by the PMT.

4.2

Contractor F
Contractor F shall:
1. Be the contractor that finalizes the works at an IP
2. Participate in the creation and maintenance of the IDT Interface Dependency
Table
3. Participate in all requested IP coordination meetings
4. Mutually agree with Contractor O that the IP and associated data is correct,
consistent and complete.
5. Provide all necessary input and support to the PMT

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6. Populate interfaces completion dates in the Interface Dependency Schedule


(See Attachment 2) and update regularly to manage and monitor the timing of
completion of interface points and gates. Copy to be provided to PMT.
7. Reach agreement on interfaces with other Contractors in a timely manner to
support the overall Project schedule.
8. Identify and agree with Contractor O the inspections, tests and construction
and pre-commissioning records that are required to be performed and/or
maintained by itself and Contractor O. This applies to situations where both
Contractors have an overlap of activities at the interface such as the joint
hydrotest of both sides of an interface point at the same time. Otherwise the
Contractors shall each be responsible for their 'side' of the interface.
9. Identify and agree with Contractor O any inspections, tests, drying and any
other requirements to be witnessed by itself and Contractor O.
10. Prior to starting any interface works, confirm the acceptability of the in-place
works instated by Contractor O. This confirmation shall include the overall
acceptability of the in place IP works, including: layout, alignment elevation
and the integrity of the elements being attached to or abutted. If any
unacceptable conditions are identified then an equitable resolution shall be
sought with Contractor O and the PMT. If Contractor F connects to an IP
without identifying any deficiencies then Contractors O IP works will be
considered as accepted without exception. This will not include any latent or
impossible to identify problems. The PMT will act as arbitrator as required.
11. Upon acceptance of Contractor O works at IP Contractor F shall complete the
IP works and provide protection until final turnover of the works.
12. Complete all Snag list works associated with the IP
13. Be fully responsible for the procurement and construction of the part of
system within its own area.
14. Identify IPs that are no longer relevant, and communicate such to Contractor
O and the PMT in a timely manner. .

4.3

Contractor O
Contractor O shall:
1. Be the contractor that starts the works at an IP
2. Participate in the creation and maintenance of the IDT Interface Dependency
Table
3. Participate in all requested IP coordination meetings
4. Mutually agree with Contractor F that the IP and associated data is correct,
consistent and complete.
5. Provide all necessary input and support to the PMT
6. Populate interfaces completion dates in Interface Dependency Schedule (See
Attachment 2) and update regularly to manage and monitor the timing of
completion of interface points and gates. Copy to be provided to PMT.
7. Reach agreement on interfaces with other Contractors in a timely manner to
support the overall Project schedule.
8. Identify and agree with Contractor F the inspections, tests and construction
and pre-commissioning records that are required to be performed and/or
maintained by itself and Contractor F. This applies to situations where both
Contractors have an overlap of activities at the interface such as the joint

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hydrotest of both sides of an interface point at the same time. Otherwise the
Contractors shall each be responsible for their 'side' of the interface.
9. Identify and agree with Contractor F any inspections, tests, drying and any
other requirements to be witnessed by itself and Contractor O.
10. Complete the first stage of the works relating to subject IP per the
documented agreements made with Contractor F.
11. Facilitate all requested inspections of the IP with Contractor F and or the PMT
to confirm installation is installed per the contract requirements, position and
elevation. Any and all unacceptable conditions shall be rectified promptly to
prevent any schedule disruption of Contractor F and the overall program
schedule.
12. Provide all required interface assistance including access, traffic control and
any other reasonable or required assistance to allow Contractor F complete
the IP.
13. Identify IPs that are no longer relevant, and communicate such to Contractor
F in a timely manner. Also communicate to PMT.
14. Be fully responsible for the procurement and construction of the part of a
System within its own area.

4.4

Project Management Team (PMT) will:


1. Develop, communicate and maintain the Interface Management Plan and
associated guidelines for:
Identifying and defining interface points
Assigning responsibilities of parties at each IP
Data required to define each interface point construction phase
2. Provide Final resolution of any queries at interface points

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5.1

INTERFACE TYPES
External Interface

External Interface specifically refers to 3rd parties outside of the contractors nominated for
the building envelope.

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Envelope
Unit

Unit 1
Package A

Unit 3
Package B

Unit 2
Package C

External Interface Point

5.2

Internal Interface
Internal Interface is an interface between Package Contractors nominated for the
Building scope.

Unit
Envelope

Unit 1
Package A

Unit 3
Package B

Unit 2
Package C

Internal Interface Point

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INTERFACE NUMBERING
The IP number will be assigned as follow
IP-d-w/u-nnnn
Where:

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w/u

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Discipline code, see below


Package Contractors Code
The first number shown (w) is Contractor O and the second
number (u) is Contractor F.
Serial number (a unique number will be assigned for each
discipline)

Discipline codes:
CAE

Cable Tray - Electrical

CAT

Cable Tray IT

CBE

Cable Trench Electrical

CBT

Cable Trench/Duct Bank - IT

CC

Civil Open Ditch

CF

Civil Fence Crossing

CR

Civil Road

CRT

Road Crossing - IT

Electrical Cable

Firewater

Piping

Structural

Telecommunications Cable

TS

Miscellaneous IT (Supplementary Interface Table)

Underground Piping (gravity flow only)

The following is the specific Package Contractors Codes, which will be used to
provide clarity.
A

Package A Contractor

Package B Contractor

Package C Contractor

Package D Contractor

For example: IP-P-A/B-000004 would be a piping IP between the Package A


Contractor and Package B Contractor.

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COMMUNICATION
Packages Contractors shall communicate directly with each other to agree
definition and completion of interfaces. PMT will maintain, the master SPOCs
List which will include the names and contact details of the interface coordinators
(Single Points of Contact) for all parties.
Communication may take place in a combination of the following formats:
Interface Queries (IQs)
Transmission of documentation
Meetings (with decisions subsequently recorded by IQs using MOM as a
proof of agreements)
Emails
Each Package Contractor shall appoint a SPOC to efficiently manage such
communications. Each Package Contractor shall maintain a log of all IQs
sent/received. IQs raised by any Contractor shall be addressed to the other
Partys Contractor SPOC and shall also be copied to the PMT SPOC
additional people may be copied but all IQs must be sent only To the Package
Contractor SPOC

7.1

Interface Queries (IQs)


Interface Queries (IQs) may be raised by any Party to make a query, provide or
request information or to confirm an agreement, using the form in Attachment P,
Contractors shall communicate directly with all other Contractors having
an interest in the interface. All formal agreements and requests shall be
recorded in an IQ.

7.2

IQ Numbering
IQs shall be numbered in the form:
IQ-x-y-nnnn
Where:
x
y
nnnn

Querying Party code


Responding Party code
Serial number (assigned by the querying Party)

The Party codes are included within the SPOCs List which is maintained by
PMT and regularly issued to all parties. The SPOCs List also identifies which
units are associated with each Party. For example, the second IQ from Package
B Contractor to Package C contractor would be numbered IQ-B-C-002.

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Transmission of Documentation
A record shall be kept of all documentation (documents and drawings)
transmitted between Contractors and IQs shall be used for the transmittal.

8.0

INTERFACE GUIDELINES
The following defines the split of responsibilities between Contractors during
construction at IPs and provides guidance on how to implement interfaces for
different situations that may arise. The engineering requirements are defined in
the relevant Program documents and drawings. The list of IPs are listed in
Attachment 2
The following is general guidance
For external interfaces between a Package and a 3rd Party contractor, then
the Package Contractor will be Contractor F.
For internal interfaces between Packages, then Contractor F will be
assigned by the Project Management Team.

8.1

Piping

8.1.1

Above Ground Piping Interfaces

8.1.1.1

General
1. The default position shall be that Contractor F shall provide the required
isolation, based on the service, at the IP for commissioning and operating
purposes. This isolation could be blind flanges, figure 8 blinds, valves or
other means. Contractor F shall provide any final spacers, gaskets and bolts
required for the final closure of the IP.

CONTRACTOR O

CONTRACTOR F

2. Contractor F and Contractor O shall each provide their own test gaskets, blind
flanges and bolts to allow testing of the piping within their respective scope.
3. After completion of flushing, testing, etc by each Contractor of his own
section of piping, Contractor F, after agreement with the other Contractor,
remove the blind, install the spacer, and bolt up the flanges to complete the
joint.
4. Each Contractor shall be responsible for the design and installation of
insulation up to the Interface Point with Contractor F responsible for final
closure of the joint.

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Underground Piping Interfaces

8.1.2.1

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1. Contractor O shall provide fire mains and appurtenances along the main
roads for the overall firemain outside Buildings area and provide spurs off the
ring main at the indicated on the drawings
2. The IP, which consists of a valve supplied by Contractor O will be installed in
a valve box constructed by Contractor O. Contractor F will be responsible for
grouting and sealing the valve box where his pipe protrudes.
3. Contractor O shall install and test the fire main up to the IP.
4. Contractor F shall install and test his fire main up to the isolation valve.
5. Contractor F shall provide the gaskets, bolts etc to make the final closure.
8.1.2.2

Other services
TEMPORARY END
PIECES FOR TESTING

CONTRACTOR O

ANCHOR

CONTRACTOR F
ANCHOR

FINAL SPOOL, JOINTS & TESTING BY


CONTRACTOR F

1.

Each contractor shall construct, test, flush, clean, and back fill their piping
up to their respective battery limits. Contractor F will then complete the
system with a short section of pipe. These final joints will be considered
Golden Joints followed by service test before backfilling.

8.2

Civil Interfaces

8.2.1

Road Interfaces
1. Contractor O shall lay and compact the pavement materials to an acceptable
stable slope beyond the extent of his wearing surface slope.
2. Contractor F shall ensure the soundness of this material prior to laying all
subsequent layers.

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Centreline of Road
Interface

CONTRACTOR F

CONTRACTOR F

CONTRACTOR ICF

CONTRACTOR F

Interface

Interface

CONTRACTOR ICF

CONTRACTOR ICF

PLAN

PLAN

1.0m*
1.0m*

Final Joint
Surface wearing course
Base course
Sub base (if required)
Sub -grade
*Dimensions to be confirmed by CONTRACTOR F

It is the responsibility of Contractor F to complete the interface, unless PMT


instructed otherwise, recognizing that the edge of the courses, shown above,
may have worn during the interim period. They will be responsible for rectification
work to the edge.
8.2.2

Paving Interfaces
1. Paving interface shall typically be at the high point of paving.
2. Contractor O shall lay and compact the pavement materials to an acceptable
stable slope beyond the extent of his wearing surface slope.
3. Contractor F shall ensure the soundness of this material prior to laying all
subsequent layers.

CONTRACTOR O

Interface

CONTRACTOR ICF

1.0m*
1.0m*

Asphalt/concrete paving
Base course

*Dimensions to be confirmed by CONTRACTOR F

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Ditch Interfaces
1. If the IP is a direct tie-in to the Contractor O ditch, Contractor O will
Construct the ditch without provision for Contractor F, who will tie-in in
accordance with Project Specifications.
2. If the IP is not a direct tie-in to the Contractor O ditch, Contractor
O shall extend the reinforcement to permit continuity by Contractor F.
3. Contractors O & F shall provide initial construction joint with
Water stops.

Section

Plan
Elevation
Slope

CONTRACTOR F
Expansion Joint
CONTRACTOR O

8.2.4

0.5m *
exposed
reinforcement

Telecommunication Concrete Encased Duct Banks

1. The Contractor O ensures the integrity of the conduits to be free from damage.
2. Conduit ends shall be cap and plugged at the interface point to ensure that no undesired material will enter into the conduits.
3. The Contractor O shall leave at least 300mm of the conduit, free of concrete for the
Contractor F to conveniently place the couplings.
4. Contractor F shall provide and install the couplings to properly connect the conduits.
5. Contractor F shall provide and install the completion of concrete encasement for the
conduit protection.
6. Contractor F shall coordinate with the Contractor O to execute mandrel throughout
the length of the involved duct bank

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IT/ Telecom Interface


All telecommunication cables inside buildings will be supplied and installed by
Package Contractors as per Package Contractor scope, however ITC will
terminate the cables at the wall faceplates and at the building interface terminal
strip; Package Contractor will supervise terminations within the building.

8.4

Electrical Interface
Electrical interfaces will be as described in Doc A554-R-730-IN-GEN-INT-002

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ATTACHMENT 1 INTERFACE QUERY FORM

IQ-xxx-yyy-nnn

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ATTACHMENT 2 INTERFACE DEPENDENCY TABLE

No.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

Interface Point

Contractor
O

Contractor
F

ELECTRICAL
IPCBEB/A0001
IPCBEB/A0002
IPCBEB/A0003
IPCBEB/ICF0004
IPCBEB/ICF0005
IPCBEB/ICF0006
IPCBEB/C0007
IPCBEB/C0008
IPCBED/C0009
IPCBEB/C0010
IPCBED/A0011
IPCBEC/A0012
IPCBED/C0013
IPCBED/C0014
IPCBED/C0015
IPCBEC/A0016
IPCBEC/A0017
IPCBEC/A0018
IPCBEC/A0019
IPCAEA/ICF0001

B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
D
B
D
C
D
D
D
C
C
C
C
A

A
A
A
ICF
ICF
ICF
C
C
C
C
A
A
C
C
C
A
A
A
A
ICF

Type

ElectricalTrench
ElectricalTrench
ElectricalTrench
ElectricalTrench
ElectricalTrench
ElectricalTrench
ElectricalTrench
ElectricalTrench
ElectricalTrench
ElectricalTrench
ElectricalTrench
ElectricalTrench
ElectricalTrench
ElectricalTrench
ElectricalTrench
ElectricalTrench
ElectricalTrench
ElectricalTrench
ElectricalTrench
ElectricalCable

IP Status

Contractor O
Target Date

Contractor F
Target Date

Diff.
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21 IPCAEA/ICF0002

ICF

22 IPCAEA/ICF0003
IT
1 IPCBTB/A0001
2 IPCBTB/A0002
3 IPCBTA/ICF0003
4 IPCBTA/ICF0004
5 IPCBTA/ICF0005
6 IPCBTB/C0006
7 IPCBTD/C0007
8 IPCBTD/C0008
9 IPCBTD/C0009
10 IPCBTD/C0010
11 IPCBTD/C0011
12 IPCBTB/C0012
13 IPCBTB/ICF0013
14 IPCBTB/A0014
15 IPCBTC/A0015
16 IPCBTD/A0016
17 IPCBTD/C0017

ICF

Tray
ElectricalCable
Tray
ElectricalCable
Tray

B
B
A
A
A
B
D
D
D
D
D
B
B
C
C
D
D

A
A
ICF
ICF
ICF
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
ICF
ICF
A
A
C

ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks

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19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39

IPCBTD/C0018
IPCBTD/C0019
IPCBTA/C0020
IPCBTC/ICF0021
IPCBTD/A0022
IPCBTB/C0023
IPCBTB/D0024
IPCBTD/C0025
IPCBTB/ICF0026
IPCBTB/ITC0027
IPCBTB/ITC0028
IPCBTB/ITC0029
IPCBTB/ICF0030
IPCBT/0031
IPCBTD/A0032
IPCBTC/EW0033
IPCBTC/EW0034
IPCBTD/EW0035
IPCBTD/EW0036
IPCBTD/EW0037
IPCBTD/EW0038
IPCBTD/EW0039

Issue Purpose: TENDER

D
D
A
C
D
B
B
D
B
B
C
B
B

D
C
C
D
D
D
D
D

C
C
C
ICF
A
D
D
C
ICF
ITC
ITC
ITC
ICF

A
EW
EW
EW
EW
EW
EW
EW

ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks

ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks

Intentionally
NotUsed

Contains Confidential Information of Both Dow and Saudi Aramco


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41
42
43
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

IPCBTD/EW0040
IPCBTD/EW0041
IPCBTD/EW0042
IPCBTD/EW0043
CIVIL
IPCRA/ICF0001
IPCRA/ICF0002
IPCRA/ICF0003
IPCRA/ICF0004
IPCRA/ICF0005
IPCRA/ICF0006
IPCRA/ICF0007
IPCRA/ICF0008
IPCRA/ICF0009
IPCRB/ICF0010
IPCRA/B0011
IPCRA/B0012
IPCRA/B0013
IPCRA/B0014
IPCRA/B0015
IPCRA/B0016
IPCRA/B0017
IPCRA/B0018

Issue Purpose: TENDER

D
D
D
D

EW
EW
EW
EW

ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks
ITDuctBanks

A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

ICF
ICF
ICF
ICF
ICF
ICF
ICF
ICF
ICF
ICF
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B

Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road

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20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41

IPCRB/ICF0019
IPCRB/ICF0020
IPCRB/ICF0021
IPCRC/ICF0022
IPCRD/C0023
IPCRD/C0024
IPCRD/C0025
IPCRD/C0026
IPCRA/C0027
IPCRA/C0028
IPCRA/C0029
IPCRA/C0030
IPCRD/C0031
IPCRD/PREP0032
IPCRD/PREP0033
IPCRD/PREP0034
IPCRD/PREP0035
IPCRD/C036
IPCRC/ICF0037
IPCRC/ICF0038
IPCRD/ICF0039
IPCRD/PREP0040
IPCRD/ICF0041

Issue Purpose: TENDER

B
B
B
C
D
D
D
D
A
A
A
A
D
D
D
D
D
D
C
C
D
D
D

ICF
ICF
ICF
ICF
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
PREP
PREP
PREP
PREP
C
ICF
ICF
ICF
PREP
ICF

Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road
Road

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43
44
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

IPCRD/PREP0042
IPCRD/PREP0043
IPCRD/ICF0044
IPCCA/B0001
IPCCA/B0002
IPCCA/ICF0003
IPCCA/ICF0004
IPCCA/ICF0005
IPCCB/ICF0006
IPCCC/PREP0007
IPCCD/C0008

45
46
47
48

IPCC0009
IPCCD/C0010
IPCCC/A0011
IPCCA/C0012

49
50
51
52
53
54

IPCC0013
IPCCC/A0014
IPCCA/RC0015
IPCCD/C0016
IPCCD/C0017
IPCCC/RC0018

Issue Purpose: TENDER

D
D
D
A
A
A
A
A
B
D
D

PREP
PREP
ICF
B
B
ICF
ICF
ICF
ICF
C
C

Road
Road
Road
StormDitches
StormDitches
StormDitches
StormDitches
StormDitches
StormDitches
StormDitches
StormDitches

IntentionallyNot
Used

D
C
A

C
A
C

StormDitches
StormDitches
StormDitches
IntentionallyNot
Used

C
A
D
D
C

A
RC
C
C
RC

StormDitches
StormDitches
StormDitches
StormDitches
StormDitches

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56
57
58
59
60
61
62

Issue Purpose: TENDER

IPCCD/C0019
IPCCD/C0020
IPCCB/C0021
IPCCB/RC0022
IPCCB/C0023
IPCCB/C0024
IPCCC/ICF0025
IPCCC/ICF0026
PIPING
1 IPPB/A0001

D
D
B
B
B
B
C
C

C
C
C
RC
C
C
ICF
ICF

2 IPPB/A0002

3 IPPB/A0003

StormDitches
StormDitches
StormDitches
StormDitches
StormDitches
StormDitches
StormDitches
StormDitches

5 IPP0005

6 IPP0006

7 IPP0007
8 IPPB/A0008
9 IPPB/A0009

PotableWater
CompressedAir

A
A

SanitarySystem
ReturnChilled
Water
SupplyChilled
Water

4 IPP0004

B
B

Intentionally
NotUsed
Intentionally
NotUsed
Intentionally
NotUsed
Intentionally
NotUsed

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10 IPPB/A0010

11 IPPB/A0011
12 IPPB/A0012

B
B

A
A

13 IPPB/C0013

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

IPPB/C0014
IPPB/C0015
IPPB/C0016
IPPB/C0017
IPPB/C0018
IPPD/C0019
IPPD/C0020
IPPB/C0021
IPPB/C0022
IPPB/C0023
IPPC/A0024
IPPC/A0025
IPPC/A0026

B
B
B
B
B
D
D
B
B
B
C
C
C

C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
A
A
A

27 IPPD/C0027
28 IPPD/C0028

D
D

C
C

ReturnChilled
Water
SupplyChilled
Water
SanitarySystem
ReturnChilled
Water
SupplyChilled
Water
PotableWater
PotableWater
SanitarySystem
SanitarySystem
SanitarySystem
PotableWater
UtilityWater
CompressedAir
PotableWater
PotableWater
UtilityWater
SanitarySystem
SupplyChilled
Water
ReturnChilled

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Water
29 IPP0029
30 IPPD/C0030

31 IPP0031
32 IPPA/C0032

33 IPPA/C0033

34 IPPA/C0034

PotableWater
ReturnChilled
Water
SupplyChilled
Water

C
C
C
C
C
B

SanitarySystem
SanitarySystem
PotableWater
SanitarySystem
SanitarySystem
PotableWater

35
36
37
38
39
40
41

IPP0035
IPPD/C0036
IPPD/C0037
IPPD/C0038
IPPD/C0039
IPPD/C0040
IPPD/B0041

42 IPP0042
43 IPPB/C0043
44 IPP0044
45 IPP0045

PotableWater

D
D
D
D
D
D

Intentionally
NotUsed
Intentionally
NotUsed

Intentionally
NotUsed

IntentionallyNot
Used

SanitarySystem
IntentionallyNot
Used
IntentionallyNot

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Used

46 IPP0046
47 IPP0047
48 IPP0048
49
50
51
52
53
54
55

IPP0049
IPPB/A0050
IPPB/A0051
IPPB/A0052
IPPC/A0053
IPPC/A0054
IPPC/A0055

B
B
B
C
C
C

A
A
A
A
A
A

SanitarySystem
PotableWater
CompressedAir
PotableWater
CompressedAir
UtilityWater

56 IPPC/EW0056

EW

SanitarySystem

57 IPPC/EW0057
58 IPPD/BRINE0058
59 IPPD/BRINE0059
60 IPPD/EW0060
61 IPPD/ICF0061
62 IPPD/ICF0062
63 IPPD/ICF0063

C
D
D
D
D
D
D

EW
BRINE
BRINE
EW
ICF
ICF
ICF

PotableWater
SanitarySystem
PotableWater
PotableWater
SanitarySystem
SanitarySystem
PotableWater

IntentionallyNot
Used
IntentionallyNot
Used
IntentionallyNot
Used
IntentionallyNot
Used

MUSSALA&CAF
4
MUSSALA&CAF
4
GATE4
GATE4

GATE5
GATE5

GATE7
GATE7

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64 IPPD/ICF0064

ICF

SanitarySystem

65 IPPD/ICF0065
66 IPFB/A0001

D
B

ICF
A

PotableWater
Firewater

67 IPF0002

68 IPF0003

69 IPF0004

70 IPF0005
71 IPFB/C0006
72 IPFB/C0007

Firewater
Firewater

73 IPF0008

74 IPF0009
75 IPFC/A0010
76 IPFB/C0011

Firewater
Firewater

B
B

C
C

C
B

A
C

77 IPF0012

78 IPF0013
79 IPF0014

PEDESTRIAN
SOUTH
PEDESTRIAN
SOUTH

Intentionally
NotUsed
Intentionally
NotUsed
Intentionally
NotUsed
Intentionally
NotUsed

Intentionally
NotUsed
Intentionally
NotUsed

Intentionally
NotUsed
Intentionally
NotUsed
Intentionally

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80 IPF0015

Issue Purpose: TENDER

IntentionallyNot
Used
IntentionallyNot
Used
IntentionallyNot
Used

81 IPF0016
82 IPF0017
83 IPFA/PREP0018
84
85
86
87
88
89

IPF0019
IPFB/C0020
IPFB/A0021
IPFC/A0022
IPFB/C0023
IPFC/EW0024

NotUsed
Intentionally
NotUsed

B
B
C
B
C

C
A
A
C
EW

Firewater
Firewater
Firewater
Firewater
Firewater

Intentionally
NotUsed

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