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BOOK III A

PART 4.4 Civil Works


4.4.2 Technical Specification

4.4.2. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION

4.4.2.1 SOIL INVESTIGATION AND LABORATORY TESTING

4.4.2.1.1 SOIL INVESTIGATION

The scope of soil investigation including all tests shall, be performed by the
Contractor to clarify the soil conditions in order that satisfactory and
economical foundation can be designed and suitable foundation types can be
proposed for recommendations. Site investigation data is not provided on Bid
Document.

The Contractor shall submit to the Owner for approval the investigations
program including all tests to satisfy him self in preparing foundation design
for entire structures. The approved program shall not relieve the Bidder from
his obligation to undertake additional soil investigations based on the Owner
request at no additional cost to the Owner.

The following minimum of the investigations program are:

1. Sampling and coring


2. Standard penetration test
3. Physical property test
a. Moisture content
b. Specific gravity
c. Grain size analysis
d. Liquid limit, plastic limit
e. Chemical analysis of soil
4. Mechanical property test
a. Unconfined compression test
b. Direct shear test
c. Consolidation test
d. Permeability test
e. Standard Proctor Test
f. CBR Test

4.4.2.1.2 LABORATORY TESTING

The work includes performing laboratory tests on disturbed and relatively


undisturbed and remolded soil samples, and on rock cores obtained during
the subsurface investigations. All testing shall be performed as soon as
practical after receiving the samples.

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All of the test performed shall be documented for evaluation and future
referencing and standard testing procedures applied shall be included in the
documentation. A listing of the number of required test, which are anticipated
for this Contract, shall be included in Bid Proposal.

The Bidder may consider performing additional tests which he believes are
necessary and appropriate for a proper evaluation of the characteristics of the
materials subject to approval by the Owner.

4.4.2.2 TOPOGRAPHY AND BATHIMETRY SURVEY

4.4.2.2.1 TOPOGRAPHY

The Contractor shall, as described in this section, perform all surveying and
setting out and calculations necessary to establish the accurate location of the
power plant structures. The survey area required for the power plant will not
less than the area indicated in the Owners location topo map as given in Bid.
Drawing.

The Contractor shall set out, construct and establish benchmarks at the site
for this work. The survey for this benchmark grid shall only be based on
approved points. The Contractor shall protect, preserve and keep accessible
the benchmark of the basic survey and any provided by him self. Any damage
or removal of benchmark shall be brought to the attention to the Owner and
shall be repaired on the Bidder cost.

The plane survey shall be performed and topographic maps shall be prepared
for his requirement in preparing of construction drawing. All this drawing shall
be submitted to the Owner for review and approval before used.

4.4.2.2.2 BATHYMETRIC SURVEY

As for reference, bathymetrical map of the river facing the proposed power
plant site is provided by the Owner. The Owner shall not accept any
responsibility for the integrity of the data nor any interpretation upon it.
Accordingly, a bathymetry surveys shall be carried out by the Bidder up to
approximately at 5 m depth from LLWL to ensure that the 5.000 DWT flat barge
for coal transportation is able to unload and maneuver safely,

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1. The Contractor shall submit the plan and method of the survey, including
all equipment used and workers for the works including their
experiences.
2. Bar checking shall be carried out at 1 m intervals so as derive 1 meter
contour intervals having 0.1 meter accuracy, line spacing shall be at 5 m
intervals except shore line sounding area, preferably perpendicular to the
shore line.
3. The river water level shall be observed during the sounding survey and
start from and return to the datum level with direct leveling.

Reference point for Bathymetric survey shall be in one system with reference
point for Topographical mapping.

HHWL, MWL, LLWL survey and analysis shall be carried out as the above
Bathymetric survey works.

The bathymetric survey area required for the power plant shall be sufficient for
Wharf design.

4.4.2.3 EXCAVATION WORK

4.4.2.3.1 COMMON EXCAVATION WORK

Common excavation includes excavation in all materials other than rock.


Excavation shall include excavation and disposal of excavated materials, all
protection need, sheeting, shoring, bracing and cofferdams, dewatering of
excavation at work areas as required to properly install and complete the work,
regardless of the nature of materials encountered in excavation, including
construction of temporary diversion ditches, culverts, temporary access road
etc, where required.

Excavation means excavation of material, which may be removed by hand


tools, dozers or other moving equipment. Excavation may be accomplished by
any method and by the use of any excavation and hauling equipment suitable
for the work.

The Contractor shall analyze the potential sliding of plant site area before
execution of the work. Unused excavated material shall be disposed to a spoil
bank area approved by the Owner with the best dumping and compacting
method.

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In case that excavation shall not be carried out to specified levels as indicated
on the approved drawings and the natural foundation material is disturbed or
loosened for any reason, the foundation shall be improved by compaction or
replaced with approved fill and compacted, as directed by the Owner.

4.4.2.3.2 ROCK EXCAVATION WORK

Rock excavation includes excavation in all materials other than common


excavation which can not be removed by a ripper.

When blasting work for rock excavation is carried out, the Contractor shall
ensure that the blasting method applied shall not disturb the surrounding
areas. The blasting system applied shall be proved that the ground
acceleration impact shall not exceed the allowable value for the surrounding
building.

Loose and fractures rock surface shall be protected properly to avoid any
sliding or movement and endanger the working environment.

4.4.2.3.3 FILL

The Contractor shall perform filling and backfilling work in accordance with this
section and as shown on the approved drawings or as directed by the Owner.

The sources of material shall be well graded, no more than 15% passing
No.200 screen, maximum particle size 75 mm.

Compaction Densities Material shall be brought up to grade elevation


indicated on the approved drawings, with suitable moisture control and
compaction throughout placement, to produce to 90 % of maximum dry
density per ASTM D 1557 Test Method indicated.

4.4.2.3.4 RECLAMATION WORK (NA)

4.4.2.4 STRUCTURAL FOUNDATIONS

The Contractor shall design, supply and install complete reinforced concrete
mat/floor, rock dowel, anchor bolt, grouting and foundation piles (newly
manufactured) required to support buildings, major structures and equipment.

The subsoil engineering property as the results of a detailed geotechnical


investigation performed by the Contractor shall be as design basis to

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determine the amount and length of the piles. Lightly loaded structures and
other facilities not sensitive to settlement may be founded on shallow
foundations or alternatively ground improvement techniques may be
employed in conjunction with the Site development works.

Foundations shall be capable of withstanding all the applied loadings during


construction, operation and maintenance of the plant without any distress,
failure or settlement causing loss of function, damage or durability problems
for the whole of the operating life of the station.

Before driving of pile, Contractor shall pre-boring or pre-coring in order to


penetrate cemented layer, if necessary, at no extra cost to the Owner.

If bored piles are required the Contractor shall design and provide 300 mm
and 600 mm bored piles for light structures and heavy structures respectively.

12 m depth for both types of pile as the basis of the bidding.

4.4.2.4.1 PRE-STRESS CONCRETE SPUN PILE (NA)

Form Work

Form facing shall produce acceptable finished surfaces with the required
profile and within tolerances given in PCI MNL – 1 16.

Pre-stressing Tendons

Pre-stressing tendons shall conform to the requirements as specified below :

 Grade 250 K (1724MPa), seven wire, uncoated, stress-relieved steel


strands in conformance with ASTM-A416 or

 Minimum tensile strength 1655 MPa, wire, uncoated stress/-relieved steel,


for pre-stressed concrete in conformance with ASTM A421 or

 Minimum tensile strength 1586 MPa, steel bars in conformance with ASTM
A322 and A29.

Reinforcing Steel

Reinforced steel shall be deformed and plain billet-steel bars in conformance


with ASTM-A615. Spiral reinforcing shall conform to the requirements of ASTM-
A82.

Concrete Materials

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Minimum cylinder concrete comprehensive strength shall be 500 kg/cm2 at 28


days.

Fabrication

Piles shall be fabricated in compliance with the applicable provisions of


“Specification for Concrete Work”, ACI 543R and PCI NML-116.

Pre-tensioning stress shall be transferred to the concrete pile until a minimum


strength of 400 kg/cm2 is reached in the concrete.

The Bidder shall submit with the bid proposal full, details of the proposed pile
driving equipment and the method of carrying out the work.

4.4.2.4.2 STEEL PIPE PILE

The steel pipe piles shall be spiral welded with nominal size 609.6 mm outer
diameter, meeting at least one of the following specifications:

1. API 5L

2. ASTM A53 (with mill certificates to confirm minimum yield strength).

3. ASTM A252 with the following provisions :

a. Chemical analysis of material shall show that both the equivalent


carbon content and total carbon content are less than 0.30%.
b. Unless spiral welds are certified as conforming to the requirements
of ASTM A53 or API 5L-1980 to the satisfaction of the Owner, welds
shall be 100 percent inspected by ultrasonic or electromagnetic
inspection according to the requirements of ASTM A53. This
inspection shall be conducted at the Bidder’s expense.
c. The pipes joint shall be fully penetration weld. All welds shall be
inspected by ultrasonic or electromagnetic inspection with 100%
for the first 3 m of weld for each position for each welder.
Thereafter, shall be 1 random spot examination of 1 pile joints for
each additional 10 piles joint of weld. If any random spot fails to
meet the acceptance standard, 2 additional random spots shall be
examined at locations on each pile joints from the failure random
spot, if still fail to meet the acceptance standard, the entire welds
of 10 pile joints shall be completely examined.
d. The Contractor shall bear the expense of repairing and re-
inspecting all rejected welds.

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The Contractor shall provide necessary certified mill test reports to


demonstrate the material meets the above standards.

Welding practice and qualifications of fabricators and erectors of welded


construction shall conform to the requirements of American Welding Society
(AWS) Welding Code AWS D1.1-86.

The driven piles shall have a maximum tolerance of 2 % from intended batter,
1% from intended verticality and its location at the cut off elevation within 75
mm of the true position as shown on the Drawings. Variation of pile elevation
shall not be more than 25 mm plus or minus.

If the pile location is not within the above specified limits, the Bidder shall be
liable for correction measures as directed by the Owner at no cost to Owner.

The steel pile shall be driven until the required final set. If piles do not achieve
the required final set at the specified depth, pile shall be driven deeper until
the requirement is met.

The upper part of all piles shall be filled with reinforced concrete as indicated
on the approved drawings.

4.4.2.4.3 BORED PILES

Piles shall be capable to withstand all the applied loadings during


construction, operation and maintenance of the plant and for the whole of the
operating life of the station.
The concrete for piles shall use the Portland cement type II ASTM Standard. All
details with respect to the pile dimensions, length, shall be shown on the
Bidder’s proposed drawings, and shall be subject to approval by the Owner.

All piles shall satisfy the tolerances for position, the deviation in position of pile
center line from the pile center point as shown on the setting out drawing shall
not exceed 75 mm in any direction from the true position of the same pile.

4.4.2.4.4 PRE-STRESS CONCRETE SHEET PILE

4.4.2.4.5. PILE TESTING

Prior to construction of working piles, a number of trial piles shall be


constructed and load tested (up to 3 times working load, called as excessive
loading test as ASTM standard) as follows:

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1. Chimney area: 1 conventional compressive test, 1 lateral test, 1 tensile


test and 1 High Strain Dynamic Test.
2. Boiler area: 1 conventional compressive test, 1 lateral test and 1 High
Strain Dynamic Test.
3. Steam Turbine Building area: 1 conventional compressive test, 1 lateral
test and 1 High Strain Dynamic Test.
4. Switchyard area: 1 conventional compressive test, 1 lateral test. 1 tensile
test and 1 High Strain Dynamic Test.
5. Wharf area: 1 conventional compressive test, 1 lateral test and 1 High
Strain Dynamic Test.

All tests shall demonstrate that the pilling system meets the design criteria
including adequate bearing capacity and immediate settlement characteristics
and that the level of workmanship given in the construction proposals can be
achieved.

During the works, 3% of the total number of working piles shall be load tested
by High Strain Dynamic Test Method to demonstrate that the behavior of the
constructed piles correlates with the trial pilling tests and complies with the
design basis. Full recording and monitoring shall be carried out during pilling
as relevant to the pile type.

4.4.2.5 CONCRETE, FORMWORK AND REINFORCEMENT

All concrete, sampling and testing shall comply with the relevant American
Standard (ASTM & ACI).

The bidder shall perform concrete mixed design for each proposed mixture at
least 3 (three) compressive cylinder test for each age shall be made and cured
in accordance with ASTM C-192. The cylinders shall be tested for strength in
accordance with ASTM C-39 at 3, 7 and 28 days.

Minimum of concrete samples for cylinder test during construction as follow:

Total cylinders required from a sample Cylinders for strength test at


representing each 50 m3 of concrete, or 28
3
from each days pour if less then 50 m 3 days 7 days days

3 sets of 3 each (total 9) 3 3 3

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 Grades of Concrete

The concrete shall have the minimum compressive strengths shown below:

MINIMUM
CLASS
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH (Kg/cm2)

C50 500

C30 300

C25 250

C15 150

Unless otherwise specified, concrete of the various classes shall be used as


follows :

Class C50 : For pres-tress concrete structures ( eg. spun piles, sheet
piles)*.

Class C30 : For important structures (chimney windshield structure and


foundation, T/G pedestal, wharf, steam turbine building
foundation, boiler structure foundation, CW pump house).

Class C25 : For all concrete work in the common buildings and
structures of the power plant, unless otherwise specified.

Class C15 : For lean concrete as specified and for un-reinforced


concrete or otherwise noted.

Note : *) The bidder is responsible for any modification of dimension and


concrete grade, if necessary, for driving sound piles in
accordance with site condition at no extra cost to the Owner.

Cement type I shall be used for above grade work, cement type II for sub
structure and all structure directs contact with water including wharf, intake
and outfall structure.

When cement type II is difficult to find in the local market, cement type I with
silica fume admixture of 92% SIO2 conform to ASTM C 1240 is recommended
or PPC cement are another alternative.

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Polypropylene fiber with 0.905 g/ml specific gravity and of 3.5 KN/mm2
Modulus Young shall be used for all important structures.

All cement and reinforcement used in the works shall generally be produced of
local factories and be obtained from a registered firm.

Super sulphate, high alumina cements and admixtures containing calcium


chloride shall not be used. Admixtures shall comply with an approved
standard and shall require evidence of previous acceptable use.

The total chloride content of the concrete mix shall not exceed 0.15% by
weight of cement in accordance with ASTM D512.

The total acid soluble sulphate content of the concrete mix expressed as SO3,
shall not exceed 4%, by mass of the cement in the mix. The cement content of
any mix shall not be less than 160 kg/m3 or greater than 550 kg/m3.

Aggregates shall be specified and tested in accordance with ASTM C 33. The
water cement ratio of any mix shall not be less than 0.5 for characteristic
strengths equal or more than 25 N/mm2. Extra water or other material shall not
be added to mixes after they have left the batching plant.

All false work, formwork and safety standards shall comply with an appropriate
Code of Practice for false work and in compliance with the occupational Safety
and Health Act & Regulations.

The Bidder shall make due allowance for hot weather concreting to the
relevant International standard at no extra cost to the Owner.

4.4.2.6 GROUT WORK

Installation of grout shall be in strict accordance with the manufacturer’s


printed instructions. Wherever requirements for grout and grout installation
differ between this specification and equipment manufacturer’s requirements,
the equipment manufacturers requirement’s shall be applied, subject to the
approval of the Owner.

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Type and Specific Uses of Grout

Type of Grout Specific Use (Grouting)

a) Plastic grout (Regular (1) Conduit, piping etc. Through concrete floors or walls
sand and cement grout) (2) Anchor bolts in drilled holes in concrete

b) Non Shrink Precision (1) Anchor bolts in drilled holes in concrete


Grout (2) Equipment bases where required by manufacturer
or subject to high precision and ultimate strength
(3) Anchor bolts including sleeves, and column base
plates
(4) Pre-stressed anchor hales (Chimney & Transformer
area)

c) Non shrink Inert Iron (1) Anchor bolts in drilled holes in concrete
Reinforced Precision (2) Equipment bases where required by manufacturer or
Grout subject to high repetitive and dynamic loads

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Grout Components and Products

Type of Admixture Grout


Cement Aggregate Mixing Water
Grout (if used) Product

a. Plastic a.1 Portland a.1.1 Grout 75 Conforming a..4 Clean, Not


grout cement, mm thick or to ASTM potable, specified
(Regular ASTM less Fine C494, Type A and free
sand and C150 aggregate, water- from
cement ASTM C33 reducing injurious of
grout) a.2 Type II or a.1.2 Grout admixtures; oil, acid,
III unless thicker than and salt, alkali,
otherwise 75 mm Fine containing organic
indicated aggregate, chloride not matter and
ASTM C33, more than 1% other
or coarse by weight deleterious
aggregate, (Use only if substances
Size No. 7 reviewed by
or 8, ASTM the Owner
C33

b. Non Manufacturer’s standards (this grout shall not contain Same as Item a Not
Shrink oxidizing and gas producing agents, catalysts, specified
Precision inorganic accelerators and chlorides) conforming to
Grout ASTM C1107 Type C

c. Non Manufacturer’s standards (this grout shall contain Inert Same as Item a Not
shrink Iron aggregates, not contain oxidizing and gas specified
Inert Iron producing agents, catalysts, and chloride) ASTM C1107
Reinforce Type C
d
Precision
Grout

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Property Requirement for Placed Grout

Compressive
Type of Grout Flow ability Expansion Bleeding Segregation
strength

a. Plastic grout 250 kg/cm2 at Plastic with No No No visible


28 days maximum requirement requirement bleedings
unless slump 125 mm
otherwise for grout 75
specified mm thick or
less; and
maximum
slump 75 mm
for grout thicker
than 75 mm

b. Non Shrink 700 kg/cm2 at Flow able with Not more No bleeding No
Precision Grout 28 days ASTM Flow Trough than 0.4% at segregation
– C109 at 35-55 cm 7, 14 or 28
Flowable lateral flow at days CRD621
consistency 22 - 30 C

c. Non Shrink 880 kg/cm2 at Flow able with Not more No bleeding No
Inert Iron 28 days ASTM Flow Trough than 0.4% at segregation
Reinforced – C109 at 35-55 cm 7.14 or 28
Precision Grout Flow able lateral flow at days CRD621
Consistency 22 - 30 C

4.4.2.7 BRICKWORK AND MASONRY

Brickwork and masonry shall comply with ASTM C 55 ACI 531.1. Marine sand
shall not be used for brick and masonry works. Calcium chloride shall not be
used for mortar.

All materials and components shall comply with the relevant standards for
mortars. Bricks shall be tested for absorption percentage, soluble salt content,
drying shrinkage, moisture expansion, density and dimensional tolerance.

4.4.2.8 DREDGING

The Contractor shall perform all dredging operations necessary to complete


the power station project implementation throughout the construction period
so far as they relate to the construction of the power plant in particular the
water intake structures and wharf constructions if required.

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The Bidder shall indicate as applicable, the extent to which dredging is


proposed for both the temporary and permanent works (areas, locations and
volumes).

The Contractor shall furnish, establish and maintain in good order marks,
stakes, gauges, sounding equipment, boats and buoys required for the proper
execution of dredging.

The Contractor shall design and execute the dredging within the plan
indicated on the approved drawing or as directed by the Owner, and ensure
that no portion of the finished dredged work shall, at the time of acceptance,
be higher than the level or levels shown on the approved drawings or as
directed by the Owner. The bidder shall propose the disposal area for unused
material to the Owner for approval.

4.4.2.9 SLOPE PROTECTION

4.4.2.9.1 RIP RAP

The riprap material in relation with their common engineering functions is


stone with sound rock with the size range of stones shall be 15 – 60 cm
diameter.

Contractor shall propose the materials suitable for each engineering function,
location and type of the works to the Owner for approval.

Material properties such as density, hardness and type of rock, shall be


determined by the Bidder and submitted to the Owner for approval.

Riprap shall be furnished and placed to the lines and grades as shown on
approved drawing or as directed by the Owner.

4.4.2.9.2 Shotcrete (NA)

4.4.2.9.3 Gabions

The standard type gabions shall be a flexible hot-dip galvanized gabion with
PVC coated of the type and size comply to SNI 03-0090-1999, as specified
below.
The mesh shall be hexagonal woven mesh, the joints formed by twisting each
pair of wires through three half turns.

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The size of mesh conforms to standard specification issued by the factory and
shall be not greater then 2/3 of the smallest stone filled in the gabion.

All wire used in the fabrication of the gabions shall be mild steel galvanized
wire, diameter not less than 3.8 mm with an average tensile strength of 44
kg/sq.mm.

Broken rocks for gabions have 150 mm minimum size and 300 mm maximum
size.

The Contractor shall propose the materials suitable for each engineering
function, location and type of the works to the Owner for approval.

Gabions shall be constructed to the shapes and dimension as shown on the


approved drawing or as instructed by the Owner. Hand made gabion shall not
be allowed.

4.4.2.9.4 Reno Matters

1. Mattress

If required, the matters shall be a mechanically fabricated type, made up


of a flexmat or equally approved and provide sufficient strength
requirement and shall be installed as manufacturer recommendation and
approved by the Owner.

The materials used shall conform to the following specification.

a. Raw material Polyester


b. B/Strength warp 1.2 tonnes/m2
c. B/Strength weft 5.6 tonnes/m2
d. Weight 420 gram/m2
e. Slab Size 1.0 x 1.0 m
f. Nominal thickness 100 mm
g. Loom with 3.75 m

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2. Concrete

Concrete mix proportions shall conform to the following requirements:

a. Cement: 600 kg
b. Sand: 1200 kg shall be washed, zone 3-4, 95% passing mesh 14,
consisting hard dense, durable uncoated rock particles. It shall be
free from injurious amounts of silt, loam, lumps, soft or flaky
particles, shall be such as will not remove desirable fines and the
sand shall subsequently free moisture is uniform and stable.
c. Water: 360 kg (w/c ratio 0.6)
d. Compressive strength at 28 days: 300 kg/cm2

The laying and filling operation shall be limited to an amount that can be
working shift. Only the zip panel of each mattress should. Remain empty
ready for next shift to zip on a subsequence mattress before
recommencing the filling operation.

4.4.2.9.5 Anchoring Works

If required, the anchor bars and grouting shall conform to ASTM F.432
Anchor Bars shall be deformed steel bars of minimum 32-mm diameter.

Anchor shall be supplied free from rust, scale and dirt or other foreign
substances. This anchor could be tensioned or un-tension, depend on the
requirement of the anchors. All the anchors shall pushed into the grouted hole.
Grouting anchor bars shall conform to ASTM F.432

This tensioned anchor is a reinforcement element consisting of a rod,


mechanical or grout anchorage, plate and nut for tensioning by torqueing the
nut or for retaining tension applied by direct pull

4.4.2.9.6 Stone Masonry

The stone for rubble masonry shall be natural or crushed stone.

The stoned used shall be clean and must be washed if necessary in the
opinion of the Owner.

Unless otherwise shown on the approved drawings, stones shall have


minimum size not less than 25 cm.

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For facework the stones shall show a face of not less than 0.03 m2 and not
more than 0.10 m2 in area and more none shall be less than 125 mm in depth,
they shall be laid to give a uniformly random appearance and shall be
selected in laying so as to present at even distribution of large and small
stones on the face.

The stone shall be placed with 1 Pc : 3 sand after having joints thoroughly
moistened the spaces between the stone and the surface joint shall be filled
with 1 Pc : 3 sand.

4.4.2.9.7 Sod Facing

The Contractor shall responsible to protect earth fill slope from erode caused
by rum off. Sodding material shall be proposed and approved by the Owner.
Maintenance period of sodding shall be 3 months.

4.4.2.10 ROAD AND PARKING.

4.4.2.10.1. SUB GRADE PREPARATION

Excavate sub grade or fill to its proper level or as required, and then grade and
compact to provide a firm foundation of uniform density throughout. Complete
sub grade shall be true to alignment, grade and cross-section, including the
required crown as shown on the approved drawings.

CBR test on the finished level of completed sub grade shall have a minimum
value of 6 in the 98% dry density compacted condition, as per ASTM D698,
Method D.

Prior to placing of any fill material required to bring the sub grade to its proper
level, strip or clean the areas to be covered from any loose or unapproved
materials, organic materials, or any deleterious matter.

Fill holes, ruts and similar defects with approved fill materials as approved by
the Owner. Unstable areas, projecting stone or rock, and similar defects shall
be cut and the areas filled. Round shaped gravel shall categorically not be
used.

The Bidder shall provide temporary drainage as required to facilitate his work
activities during the wet season.

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4.4.2.10.2. ROAD WORK

The Contractor shall perform all-phases of road construction work per the
requirements stated in this specification and in accordance with the approved
drawings.

Materials used for the sub-base, base and surface courses shall consist of
materials approved by the Owner as specified herein under:

Sub-base Course Material

This material shall consist of well graded material with hard, strong, durable
rock pieces having the following gradation.

Sieve size Percentage Passing by Weight

37.50 mm 100
25.00 mm 90 – 100
19.00 mm 40 – 75
12.50 mm 15 – 35
9.50 mm 0 – 15
4.75 mm 0- 5

Base Course Material

This material shall consist of well graded crushed stone with hard, strong,
durable pieces having the following gradation:

ASTM Standard Sieve Percentage Passing by Weight

1.51” (31.5 mm) 100


1.0” (26.5 mm) 60 – 100
¾” (9.0 mm) 55 – 85
4 (9.5 mm) 35 – 60
10 (4.75 mm) 25 - 50
40 (3.36 mm) 15 – 30
200 (1.18 mm) 8 - 15

Surface Course Material (Hot Asphalt Concrete Paving)

Material for asphalt paving shall conform to the following:

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Asphalt primer ASTM D2027, Grade MC-70 or equivalent

Asphaltic concrete ASTM D3515, job mix formula acceptable to the Owner,
design density between 94 and percent density of
voidless mixture determined by Hubbard-Field test or
ASTM D.1074 or equivalent.

Asphalt cement ASTM D946, Penetration Grade 85-100 or AASHTO


M20, Penetration Grade 85-100 or equivalent.

Coarse aggregate ASTM D692, Size No. 67 or 68 or equivalent.

Fine aggregate ASTM D1073 or equivalent, add mineral filter as


required to provide at least 5 percent of total aggregate
passing No. 200 sieve for surface course.

Construction of Sub base course shall be of minimum of 30 cm thick.

The sub base material shall be rolled and compacted as determined by the
method specified in ASTM D698, Method D.

Any surface if disturbed, for any reason, shall be re-compacted at the


Contractor’s expense before or during the placing of the base coarse material

Construction of Base Course shall be of minimum of 20 cm thick.

After the sub base course for the road has been completed, the base course
shall be placed in layers not less than 10 cm of compacted thickness.

Road bases and surfaces shall be compacted to a dry density as specified in


ASTM D698, Method D. Water shall be added during compaction as required
to achieve the specified dry density.

Asphalt Primer/Primer Coat

The crushed rock base course shall be dried, swept clean of all dust, dirt and
looses particles.

A prime coat of asphalt primer ASTM D2027 GRADE MC70 shall be sprayed
uniformly at rate of 0.90 liter per m2 as required to fill all voids and interstices.

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The asphalt prime coat shall be placed when the compacted base course
layer are acceptable, as approved by the Owner.

Hot Asphalt Concrete Paving (minimum of 7.5 cm thick)


Asphaltic concrete shall be placed when the humidity, air temperature, general
weather conditions of the compacted base course are suitable, as approved
by the Owner.

The paving shall be laid in two layer of 37.5 mm thickness (compacted) and
shall be laid hot using a mechanical spreader.

The asphalt paving shall be compacted continuously to obtain the specified


density without causing undue displacement. The completed paving shall
have a density equal to or greater than 95 per cent of the density of a
laboratory specimen made in the proportions of the job mix formula.

Curbs, sidewalks, buildings, and other surfaces shall be protected from


damage by paving equipment and from deposits of asphalt materials.
Deposits of asphalt materials on such surfaces shall be considered as
permanent damage and shall be repaired by the Contractor as directed by the
Owner at no cost to the Owner.

Testing of Hot Asphalt Concrete Paving

The job mix formula, aggregate requirement, and compaction density


requirement for asphaltic concrete paving shall be determined prior to the start
of the paving work by an independent testing laboratory. The laboratory shall
be retained by the Contractor.

4.4.2.10.3 PARKING

Concrete Paving Block

The nominal size of each block shall be 210 mm long x 105 mm wide 100 mm
thick.

The average compressive strength of block shall not be less than 49 N/mm2,
however no individual block strength shall be below 40 N/mm2.

Laying coarse material shall be natural sand, or crushed rock fines and
passing the 5 mm BS sieved and have the following grading:

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The natural sand filler shall be grades with maximum particle size no greater
than 1.18 mm and containing approximately 10 % by weight passing the 75
microns sieve.

The laying course of sand bedding layer shall be such that, after compaction,
it forms a nominal uniform 50 mm thick layer under the blocks.

This layer shall be lightly compacted by means of the vibrating plate


compactor similar to that used for compacting the block paving course. A
further layer of loose material shall be spread and screened to create a loose
surface on to which the block can be placed.

The surface course shall be compacted by approved plate compactors in


order to ensure the filling of the lower portion of the block-to-block joint by the
laying materials. Two or three passes of the compaction equipment will
normally be required to achieve this condition.

The plate compactor shall have a plan area of not less than 0.25 m2 .

The block paved area shall be then be re-vibrated as before in order to


encourage the filling of the upper part of the block-to-block joint by the
surface-applied material. Top filling and final compaction shall be completed
as soon as practicable after laying and in any case prior to the termination of
work on that day.

4.4.2.9.4 CURB AND GUTTER

Concrete for curbs and gutters shall be class C25 refer to this specification.

4.4.2.11 STRUCTURAL STEEL WORK

4.4.2.11.1 ANCHOR BOLTS, NUTS AND WASHERS

Nominal : ASTM A36 for threaded rods and ASTM A307 for headed bolts and
for all nuts.

High Strength: ASTM A 325 for threaded rods and headed bolt. Hardened
washers shall be provided with high strength anchor bolts.

Anchor bolts, nuts and washers for galvanized structures shall be galvanized
in conformance with ASTM Specification A153.

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Anchor Bolt Sleeves

Anchor bolts sleeves shall be made of standard weight steel pipe conforming
to ASTM A120 or made of polyethylene plastic.

Plastic Plugs: For anchor bolts with pipe sleeves, provide plastic plugs at top
of sleeves.

Column anchor bolts shall be erected to the following tolerance:

Individual anchor Bolts : 3 mm


Anchor Bolt Group : 6 mm

4.4.2.11.2 CONCRETE EXPANSION ANCHOR BOLTS

Concrete expansion anchors and accessories shall be made of carbon steel


with zinc plated finish. Stainless steel may be used in place of this zinc coated
carbon steel.

The material shall have minimum yield strength of 4220 kg / cm2 for wedge
type anchors, and 3515 kg per cm2 for sleeve type anchors. The material shall
have a minimum tensile strength of 5270 kg per sq. cm for all anchors.
All concrete expansion anchors shall be installed in accordance with the
manufacturer’s specifications and recommendations and the requirements of
this Specification. In case of conflict, the requirements of this specification
shall govern. The locations where expansion anchors will be installed and the
sizes of these anchors shall be as indicated on approved drawings.

4.4.2.11.3 FABRICATION OF STRUCTURAL STEEL

Provide new fabrication materials which conform to the specifications


indicated and the types as specified.

Mill test reports for steel material shall conform to the applicable ASTM or
other approved equal material specifications and makes them available for
Owner’s review. Material shall have certificates of compliance for bolts, nuts,
washers, filler material, shear connectors, welding electrodes, and the other
material specifications and make them available for Owner’s review.

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MATERIAL FOR STRUCTURAL STEEL WORK

ITEM ASTM STANDARDS


UTILIZATION
NO. UNLESS NOTED
1. Rolled beams, bars channels, plates and angles, A36
bracing, structural steel

2. Plate girders A36


A572 Grade 50
A588 Grade 46
A588 Grade 42
3. Column A36 or
A572 or A588
4. Covers plates A36 or
A572 Grade 50
A588 Grade 50
5. Column base plates and splice plates A36
6. Connection bolts A325, A490 or A307
7. Welding AWS D1.1
8. Round tubular bracing A53
9. Square and rectangular tubing A500 Grade B or A501
10. Castings A27 Grade 65-35 or
A148 Grade 80-50
11. Forgings A668 Classes C, E and F
12. Shear connectors A106

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ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR STRUCTURAL STEEL MATERIAL

Material Item Standards Additional Requirements


1. Low-sulfur High- ASTM A588 Grade A or B, a. The sulfur content of the steel shall
Strength Steel (for plates A572 Grade 50 or equivalent be 0.01% maximum, and the
over 12 mm in thickness with special process (such sulfides shall be in globular form.
when shown on). as vacuum degassing).
b. The steel shall have the following
properties in through-thickness
direction.

b.1 Reduction of area under tensile


test shall be 25% minimum
b.2 The yield and tensile strengths
shall not be less than 75% of
specified strengths of original
A588 or A572.

For plates thicker than 56 mm,


yield tests shall be performed with
test specimens conforming to
ASTM A370 Figure 5 for 12 mm
diameter specimens.

c. The steel shall be 100%


ultrasonically tested, per ASTM
A572 Level 1 for plate thickness of
19 mm and greater, and level II for
plate thickness less than 19 mm
diameter circle, and scanning shall
be continued over 100% of the
plate surface.

d. The steel shall be tested for charpy


V-notch impact, in accordance
with ASTM A370 with frequency (P)
indicated in ASTM A673; and shall
meet the following requirements:

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Material Item Standards Additional Requirements

Direction Charpy Value


(Mills-lateral
Expansion)
at 0°C

Longitudinal 70
Transverse 60
Through-thickness 30

e. Use : Where indicated, especially for


plates loaded or stressed in through-
thickness direction.

2. Tubular members

2.1 Round Tubular Bracing ASTM A53 of the following Use standard, extra strong or double
type and grade: extra strong weight.

a. Type E or S, open-
hearth or basic oxygen
steel only, with sulphur
content not exceeding
0.05%).

b. Grade B only (2,460


kg/cm² yield).

2.2 Rectangular or square ASTM A500 Grade B or


tubing A501 For tubular framing.

3. High-Strength Bolts AISC Specification for a. Bolts and Nuts : Use the following
Structural Joints Using materials unless otherwise indicated.
ASTM A325.
a.1 For bolt size through 22 mm
diameter, use A325 Type I steel.

a.2 For other size bolts, use steel as


indicated in the bid document.

b. Washers
A325 bolts one washer under the
head or nut whichever is the clement
turned in tightening

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Material Item Standards Additional Requirements

4. Shoulder bolts for


slotted sliding
connections

4.1 Bolts ASTM A325, Type I 22 mm diameter shank; grip length of


bolt shall equal the thickness of the
mated parts plus two 3 mm thick
washers plus 3 mm. Bolt threads shall
be 19 mm diameter and the length
shall equal the thickness of two nuts
plus 6 mm.

4.2 Nuts ASTM A563, Grade C Two required per bolt.

5. Washers ASTM F436 Two 22 mm diameter washers


required. One washer under the bolt
head and one under the nut.

6. Castings a. ASTM A27, Grade 65-35 Use for all castings under otherwise
indicated
b. ASTM A148, Grade 80-
50 Use only where high-strength steel
castings are required.

7. Forgings ASTM A668, Class C Use for all forgings unless otherwise
indicated.

8. Stock material As specified in Item 1 Mill test reports for applicable material,
through 10 shall ordinarily constitute sufficient
record, but separate tests may be
required on pieces selected from any
shipment.

9. Crane rails-weigh 50 ASTM A1, No. 1, rails with a. Length: Standard 12 m, subject
kg/m or more (Lighter carbon content 0.67-0.82% tolerances of ASTM A1.
rails shall conform to or manufacturers standards
manufacturer standards) meeting the same b. Size: As indicated on the design
requirements drawings.

c. End drilling; Three holes each end,


spaced to suit specified joint bars
and as required for tight end joints.

d. Marking: As specified in ASTM A1.

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Material Item Standards Additional Requirements

10. Crane Rail Accessories As indicated Accessories shall be as made by, or as


furnished by, one of the rail
manufacturers indicated in item 9 in
accordance with their Standard
Specifications for rail accessories, for
the specified rails and in accordance
with the requirements of this Item 10.

11. Joint bars ASTM A3 Low-carbon steel, with 6 holes and


with size and shape of bars and
spacing of holes as required for tight
end joints.

12. Bolts and Nuts ASTM A325 and ANSI B18.2 Heat-treated, with finished hexagon
heads in accordance with ANSI B18.2.

13. Spring Washers AREA Specification for Alloy steel with one washer for each
Spring Washers bolt

14. Rail Clips ASTM A36 or better Shall be “Tight Fit” type, made of
pressed steel plate with reversible steel
filters and 2 holes each clip.

Connections

For shop connection provide bolted or equivalent welded connections.

For field connections, provide bolted connection unless shown otherwise on


the approved drawings. Field welded connections are permitted only where
shown on the approved drawings or specifically authorized by the Owner.

Use Friction type bolted connections with ASTM A325 bolts.

Where required by magnitude of reactions or space considerations, use ASTM


A490 bolts.

Bolts conforming to ASTM A 307 may be used for girts, purlins, doors, window
framing, and for fabrications, assembly, and erection at the jobsite. The
number of each size of loose nuts, bolts, washers, and fittings furnished for

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field erection shall be 5 percent more than the numbers indicated as required
on the drawings.

Use the Turn-of-Nut Tightening or Calibrated Wrench Tightening method, as


specified in the AISC “Specification for Structural Joints Using ASTM A325
Bolts”.
Unless special protection against corrosion is provided by other means, the
interior of any hollow member, whether a structural hollow section or a
fabricated member, shall be sealed so as prevent the ingress of moisture.

4.4.2.11.4 PRIME COAT, SHOP PAINTING AND FIELD PAINTING

Paints, including types, colors, products and manufacturers shall be suitable


for the environmental conditions. Use of all components of the same
manufacturer’s system is mandatory.

All operations covered by this section shall be adequately controlled and


supervised by operators adequately skilled in them.

The Bidder shall submit for approval the method of painting including types,
colors, and surface preparation he proposes to adopt and the locations where
he proposes to carry out the works. The Bidder shall keep the Owner informed
of the proposed work’s programmed and if called upon to do so he shall
assist the Owner with inspections at all reasonable time.

Application of paint shall conform to the applicable requirements of SSPC


Paint Application Specification No.1 “Shop, Field and Maintenance Painting”,
or manufacturer’s instructions.

Paint shall not be applied on surfaces which are at a temperature of over 500
C unless the paint is specifically formulated for application at the proposed
temperature. When a surface is painted in hot weather, precautions shall be
taken to ensure that the specified dry micron thickness of paint is obtained.

All surfaces shall be perfectly dry before and while being painted.

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PAINT SYSTEM FOR STEEL SURFACES

Item Coat-Type-DFT Paint System


Shop-Prime Coat :
SHOP 1 (inorganic zinc 85 to 89 % zinc by weight) A

Shop-Intermediate Coat :
(two-component polyamide epoxy)
SHOP2 B
125 to 175 microns

Primer-Intermediate Coat :
(Touch-up and Total Coating)
FIELD PAINT 3 Aluminum-Epoxy-Mastic) C
125 to 175 microns

Field Finish Coat :


(Apliphatic Polyurethane)
FIELD 4 D
50 to 75 microns

PAINT SYSTEM FOR BUILDING SURFACES

Item Coat-Type-DFT Paint System


One Latex Sealer
1 12.5 to 25 microns E

Intermediate Coat :
Latex Flat Finish
2 F
25 to 50 microns

Finish Coat
Latex Flat Finish
3 G
25 to 50 microns

Notes :

1. All paint shall be met the performance requirements.


2. The use all components of the same manufacture’s paint system is
mandatory.
3. Owner will select the color scheme of field finish painting work to complement
the building color at a later date after the award of the Contract at no extra
cost to Owner.

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EXTENT OF PRIME COAT AND RELATED PAINTING

Item Surface Preparation Painting Paint System

1. Structural and miscellaneous


ferrous steel members
(a) All surfaces including
columns, beams, girder Solvent & Near 1 shop prime coat A
girt, hangers, struts, tie White Blast Cleaning of paint.
rods, plates, risers, stair
strangers, washers, etc. 1 shop intermediate
unless otherwise coat
indicated.

(b) Inaccessible Steel Solvent & Near


Surfaces and Girt. White Blast 1 shop prime coat A for prime coat
Cleaning. and 2 shop and B for second
intermediate coats coats.
of paint.
(c) Milled, embedded, contact None (Unless
and welded surfaces, etc. otherwise indicated No painting (milled
herein). surface protected
with lacquer. All
other surfaces
protected with
antirust compound
unless otherwise
c.1 Milled and machined indicated herein).
surfaces (as on base
plate).

c.2 Anchor bolts, bolts, nuts

c.3 Embedded surfaces

Solvent & Near 1 shop prime coat


White Blast Cleaning of paint A

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(Continued)

Item Surface Preparation Painting Paint System

c.4 Contact surfaces (as Solvent & Near 1 shop primer coat A (for friction type
surfaces under column White Blast of paint. connection,
and beam cover plates, Cleaning for faying painting system
faying surfaces under surfaces & splices shall be proposed
connection angles, splice plates. by Bidder and shall
plates). meet the
requirement of
AISC).

1 shop intermediate B (for friction type


coat paint for faying connection,
surface and splice painting system
plates. shall be proposed
by Bidder and shall
meet the
requirement of
AISC).

c.5 Top flanges of beams Solvent & Near 1 shop prime coat A
and girders to support White Blast of paint
metal decking or welding Cleaning.
studs.

c.6 Welded surfaces (a 75 Solvent & Near


mm strip wide on each White Blast
side of a joint to be field Cleaning.
welded).

(d) Marred painted areas, bolt Solvent Cleaning 1 or 2 field touch-up A for prime coat,
heads, nuts, washers, and Hand Tool coats of matching and B for second
unprotected fasteners Cleaning, if required paint. coat.
field welds, adjacent Power Tool
unpainted areas and Cleaning.
strips, unless otherwise
indicated.

(e) Marred galvanized areas Hand or Power Tool 1 field touch-up C


and field welds on Cleaning. coat of paint.
galvanized surfaces.

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(Continued)

Item Surface Preparation Painting Paint System

2. Surfaces to be in contact with


aluminum, or aluminum
surfaces :

(1) Surfaces of non aluminum Solvent & 1 shop of field C for prime coat,
metals incompatible with Commercial Blast prime coat & 1 field D for second coat.
aluminum, to be in Cleaning second coat of
contact with aluminum, or paint for ferrous
aluminum surfaces to be metals, and 2 coats
in contact with of paint for non
incompatible non ferrous metals
aluminum metal surfaces.

(2) Concrete and masonry


surfaces to be in contact As specified in 2 field coats of paint
with aluminum, or manufacturers
aluminum surfaces to be standards.
in contact with other
structures.

3. Welded steel ducts Solvent and Near 1 shop prime coat


A
White Blast of paint on exterior
Cleaning on exterior surfaces, of the duct
surfaces of the duct if there is no lagging
to be painted unless outside these
otherwise indicated surfaces.

4. Metal doors and door channel


frame :

(1) Channel frames. Solvent & 1 prime coat, 1


A and B
Commercial Blast intermediate coat
Cleaning. and field touch-up
paint.

(2) Exterior doors Solvent Cleaning. 1 prime coat, 1


(galvanized) intermediate coat
and field touch-up
paint.

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(Continued)

Item Surface Preparation Painting Paint System

(3) Interior doors (sheet Solvent Cleaning 1 prime coat A


metal). and Hand Tool
Cleaning.

5. Exposed steel piping for Solvent Hand Power 1 prime coat, 1 A and B
plumbing. Tool & Commercial intermediate coat
Blast Cleaning and touch-up with
paint on outside
surfaces, touch-up
75 mm wide
welding bands.

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SCHEDULE FIELD FINISH PAINTING

SURFACE
PREPARATION
ITEM SPECIFIED AREAS AND PRESENT
ON PAINT SYSTEM
NO. SPECIFIED SURFACES FINISH
REQUIREMENTS
(MINIMUM)

1. Class SSS
Specified Structural Surfaces

1.1 All structural steel, auxiliary


steel, miscellaneous steel,
galleries, trolley, stairs,
ladders, cages, handrails,
exterior doors, etc. as
furnished by the Bidder.

1.1.1 Indoor Shop prime SL-SP3 C, D


painted

1.1.2 Indoor Bare metal SL-SP4 A, B, C, D

1.1.3 Outdoor Shop prime SL-SP3 C, D


painted
A, B, C, D
1.1.4 Outdoor Bare metal SL-SP4
C, D
1.1.5 All exposed steel surfaces, Shop prime SL-SP3
supports, etc. painted

2. Class SBS
Specified Building Surfaces

2.1 All concrete and plastered Bare Per paint E, F, G


surfaces Manufacturer’s
Standard
Per paint
2.2 All interior door and rolling Shop prime Per paint
Manufacturer’s
door Manufacturer’s
Standard
Standard

2.3 All wood work Bare Per paint


Varnish or oil paint
Manufacturer’s
Standard

Note :

1. The Owner will select the color of finish coat after the award of the
Contract at no extra cost to the Owner.

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2. Bare metal surfaces shall receive both shop and field coat paints as
indicated in the table. Field touch up of primed metal surfaces shall be
done using field coat paints as indicated in the table.
3. Field touch up of primed metal surfaces shall be done using field coat
paints as indicated in the table.
4. Do not paint thiokol base or silicone base rubber sealant caulking. Paint
all other caulking with same paint as adjacent or surrounding areas.
5. Safety color painting shall be as approved by the Owner.

4.4.2.11.5 ERECTION OF STRUCTURAL STEEL

Erect structural steel in accordance with the AISC Code of standard practice
and the AISC Specification for Design, Fabrication and Erection of Structural
Steel for Buildings. Erection of Steel coal silos in conformance with API
Standard 650, parts 3,4,5, and 7, unless otherwise specified or shown as
follow.

Erection Tolerances

Set steelwork accurately to the established lines and grades and erect is
plumbed and leveled such that the deviations in all completed work are within
the tolerance limits and meet the requirements as specified in the AISC Code
of Standard Practice in the following subsection of this specification.

Position

Permissible deviation between designed and


actual position of the erected column  10 mm

Linear Dimensions

Permissible deviation from the design length


or width of any member or structure overall:
Up to and including 8 m  10 mm
Over 8 m up to including 15 m  15 mm
Over 15 m up to and including 25 m  20 mm
Over 25 m  25 mm

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Plumb

Permission deviation above base of  15 mm


column  0.05% of the height with
maximum of

Levels

Unless otherwise specified, the level of


a beam, girder or truss shall be taken
on the top of upper flange.

Permissible deviation between the  5 mm


design and actual levels of the base
of the first column to be erected

Permissible deviation between the  5 mm


design and actual levels of the upper
or lower surfaces of two or more beams at a column
Difference in levels of ends of beams,
girders or trusses relative to the above :

Up to 8 m long  5 mm
From 8 m to 15 long  10 mm
From 15 to 25 long  15 mm
Over 25 m long  20 mm

Crane Rails

Span between rails  10 mm


Level between rails  15 mm
Straightness about any line 1/3000
out of alignment at rail-joint
Upper and side surfaces  0.5 mm

Elevator Hoist way

For elevator hoist way, do not deviate more than 25 mm for plumb for the
entire height of the hoist way.
Column Base Plates

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Set column base plates at the specified elevations within the tolerance of  1.5
mm and level them within the same tolerance.

4.4.2.11.6 WELDING OF STRUCTURAL STEEL

All welding electrodes shall conform to the applicable provision of the AWS
Structural Welding code AWS D1.1. For welding of steel materials with special
properties such as resistance of brittle fracture, corrosion – resistant steel,
stainless – clad steels and stainless steel, the recommendations of both the
steel and electrode manufacturers shall be obtained and followed.

Low hydrogen electrodes shall be used for SMA when welding of carbon
steels not listed in AWS D1.1 and that have a specified allowable carbon
above 0.90 percent.

Type 309, 3092, or NiCrFe 3 filter materials shall be used when welding carbon
or low alloy steels to austenitic stainless steel.

For types 309 and 309L stainless steel, welding materials, range of delta ferrite
materials shall be limited from 5 to 15 to percent.

All welding, including stud welding, shall conform to the requirements of AWS
D1.1 unless otherwise indicated. Welding shall be performed using Shielded
Metal Arc of Submerged Arc Welding Process.

All welding shall be inspected and examined by the Bidder’s Certified Welding
Inspector in accordance with AWS D1.1. Inspection and examination reports
shall be submitted to Owner.

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EXTENT AND METHODS OF NONDESTRUCTIVE EXAMINATION


FOR WELDING IN STEEL CONSTRUCTION WORK
Method of
Item Extent of Examination Remarks
Examination

1. Structural Steel

1.1 Built-up Girders and


Columns:

(a) All complete 100 % Radiograph Weld impractical to be


penetration groove radiographed shall be
welds. examined 100 % by
both Ultrasonic and
either Magnetic
Particle or Liquid
Penetrant methods
(b) All other weld joining 100 % Visual
flanges, webs,
plates, stiffeners,
connections, base
plate details, etc.

1.2 Rolled Beams and


Columns:

(a) All complete 100 % Radiograph


penetration groove Same as 1.1a.
welds

(b) All other welds 100 % Visual


joining cover plates
stiffeners,
connections, base
plate details, etc,

2. Tank, Duct Work, etc.

2.1 All complete penetration 100 % for the first 3 m Radiograph


groove welds of welds, in horizontal Welds impractical to
and vertical welds be radiographed shall
respectively, for each be examined by both
welder or welding Ultrasonic and either
operator (Any weld Magnetic Particle or
which fails to meet the Liquid Penetrant
acceptance standard, Methods.
shall be replace and
reexamined 100 %).

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Method of
Item Extent of Examination Remarks
Examination

(a) Thereafter, 1 % : 1 Spot Radiograph (b) The 1 % spot


spot examination 30 radiographed
cm long for each shall include 25 %
additional 33 m of of junctions of
welds (if any spot vertical and
fails to meet the horizontal welds.
acceptance
standard, 2
additional spots
shall be examined at
locations at least 30
cm on each side
from failure spot, if
either of the 2
additional meet the
acceptance
standard the entire
unit of the 33 m
welds shall be
completely
examined).
2.2 Fillet welds between Same as Item 1 Visual
plates and stiffeners

2.3 Welds for supporting Same as Item 1 Same as Item 1


Structural Steel

3. Welding Studs
3.1 Composite Beam Shear (a) The first two studs
Connectors welded on each
beam, through
metal deck where
applicable, after
being allowed to
cool, shall be bent
to an angle of 30 °C
from their original
axes by being struck
with a hammer (if
failure occurs in
either stud, the
procedure shall be
corrected and two
more shall be
welded to the beam
and tested. If either
of the second pair of
studs fails,
additional welding
shall be continued
on separate plates
until two
consecutive studs
are tested and
found to be
satisfactory).

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Method of
Item Extent of Examination Remarks
Examination

(b) 100 % of all studs Visual Any stud which does


not show a 360 ° weld
under visual
examination is subject
to the bend test.

3.2 All other studs (a) Before the start of Visual Any stud which does
welding operations not show a 360 ° weld
on each day for under visual
each welding gun examination is subject
and associated to the bend test.
power source, two
studs shall be
welded to separate
material in the
same general
position (flat,
vertical, overhead
sloping) and of
similar thickness
and material. After
being allowed to
cool, each stud
shall be bent to an
angle of 30 ° from
its original axis with
a hammer (if failure
occures in either
stud, the
procedure shall be
corrected and
repeated until two
consecutive studs
have been
successfully
welded and tested
before any studs
are welded to the
member).

(b) 100 % of all studs

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Method of
Item Extent of Examination Remarks
Examination

(c) At leas one stud in Bend test Additional acceptance


every 100 shall be (Torque Test for standard indicated in
bent to an angle of threaded studs) AWS D.1.1.
15 ° from its
original axis by
being struck with a
hammer. If
threaded, the stud
shall be torque
tested with a
calibrated torque
wrench (if the stud
fails, the procedure
shall be checked in
accordance with
(a) above, and two
more existing
studs shall be
bend or torque
tested. If either of
these two studs
fails, all the studs
represented by the
tests shall be
tested).

Notes :

1. Extent of examination (1 %, etc.) shall be applied equally to shop welding


and field welding.
2. Magnetic Particle method is for ferritic materials, and liquid Penetrant
method is for austenitic materials.

4.4.2.11.7 MISCELLANEOUS METAL WORK

1. Steel plates, sections and bars

Structural steel and all other steel including floor plates, ladders, and
cages, guard plates etc shall conform to applicable requirements of
ASTM A36 – Standard Specification for Structural Steel.

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2. Bolts

Bolts, nuts and washers shall conform to ASTM A 307, Grade A and
ASTM A 563, Grade C (except round washers which shall conform to
ANSI B27.2). High strength bolts shall conform to ASTM A 325 or ASTM
A 490

3. Welded Grating

Steel grating shall be fabricated from welding quality steel conforming to


SAE1015 and SAE 1010 for bearing bar and cross bar respectively.
Grating shall be galvanized steel unless otherwise specified and shall be
the standard rectangular-opening type, electro-forged. All grating shall
be banded at each ladder entrance and exit.

Area exposed to chemical attack shall have Fiberglass Reinforced


Polyester (FRP) grating with FR gray grit top.

4. Checkered Steel Floor plates

Checkered steel floor plate shall be of standard manufacture with the


standard two-way raised pattern. The thickness shown is nominal and
does not include the height of the raised pattern.

5. Handrails

Handrails and posts shall be butt-welded or otherwise noted made of


steel pipe of standard weight (schedule 40) or steel structural tubing of
equal or greater weight. The pipe shall conform to ASTM A 120. The
structural tubing shall conform to ASTM A501, A-36 or better material. All
handrails shall be shop prime and field finish painted.

6. Stainless Steel

Stainless steel grating, plate, bars, rolled shapes, and shims shall
conform to ASTM A 167 and ASTM A 276 as applicable.

7. Galvanized coating

Galvanized coatings shall conform to ASTM A 123, ASTM A 153, ASTM A


386 and AASHTO M 111 as applicable.

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4.4.2.11.8 METAL DECKING

Sheet Material

ASTM A446, Grade A (minimum yield strength 2320 kg per sq. cm)
Finish

Hot-dip galvanized, ASTM A525, Coating Designation G90 (minimum).

Design

Deck type and size shall be designed and detailed by the Bidder and shall be
used only for formwork for cast-in-place concrete. The deck shall be suitable
for the span and the construction loads.

The Contractor is not allowed to consider the deck as part of reinforcing steel
for the concrete slab.

Decks acting as formwork for cast-in-place concrete shall be design for the
wet weight of concrete plus a minimum 100 kg/m2 construction live loads.

4.4.2.12 METAL ROOFING AND CLADDING

1. Exterior Steel Sheet

Material: shall be galvanized steel complying in all respects with ASTM


A653 Coating designation G 90.
Metal thickness: shall be fluted as required for loading and span, but not
less than 0.70 mm.
Finish: shall be finished with high built urethane top coat on both
surfaces.
Texture: smooth

Color & Profile: Owners approval is required.

2. Interior Steel Sheet

Material: shall be galvanized steel flat finer panels, complying in all


respects with ASTM A653, Coating designation G 90.

Steel thickness: shall be as required for loading and span but minimum
of 0.95 mm for 60 cm wide sheets and 0.79 mm for 30 cm wide sheets.

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Acoustic treatment: where an acoustic treatment is required for insulated


siding, the interior sheets shall be perforated with holes of size and
spacing that will provide a NRC value of not less than 0.85.

Finish: shall be finished with a silicone polyester coat finish.

Color: Owner’s approval is required.

3. Insulation

Where insulated siding and roof (external wall & electrical room) is
indicated, the insulated shall conform to the following requirements:

Material: shall be fibrous glass, rock or slag with minimum density of


25.3 kg/m3.

The roof insulation shall be reinforced on down face with vinyl or


aluminum foil. The thickness of vinyl shall not be less than 0.01 mm and
the thickness of aluminum shall not be less than 0.0025 mm.

The wall insulation shall be completely enclosed with 150 micron thick
polyethylene protective cover.

Thickness of insulation: shall be a minimum of 3.37 cm.

4. Fasteners

Fastener sizes and types shall be provided in accordance with the


requirement and as recommended by the manufacturer.

Material : shall be type 305 stainless steel with cadmium plated finish.

Size of Fasteners : No. 12 or larger.


Coating of Metal Roofing and Cladding

Type of coating shall be of prime quality; and color, processing system


shall be as manufacturer recommendation and approved by the Owner.

Test procedure to metal painted shall conform to requirement as follow:

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Organic Coating for Metal Siding, Roofs and Accessories

Item Requirements

1. Exterior/Interior
Sheet

1.1. Base Metal Material : Galvanized steel, ASTM A 653, G90 Coating 275 g/m2

1.2. Coating 1.2.1. Barrier Coal : Manufacturer’s Standard


1.2.2. Prime Coat : Manufacturer Standard
1.2.3. Finish Coat : Urethane or PVF2 Kynar 500 top coat.
1.2.4. Dry Film Thickness

1.2.4.1. Barrier Coat : as manufacturer Standard


1.2.4.2. Prime Coat (front side) : 5 microns
1.2.4.3. Finish Coat: 38 microns
1.2.4.4. Finish Coat (Reverse Side) : 10 microns

1.3. Curing Oven baked in accordance with Manufacture’s standard

2. Tests Tests shall conform to or better the following tests requirements :

2.1. Pencil Hardness (ASTM D3363) : Shall be F Minimum

2.2. Salt Spray (ASTM B117): After testing 1000 hours in 5 % salt fog
at 350C, samples area shall have no blisters.

2.3. Humidity (ASTM D2247): After 1000 hours testing at 100% relative
humidity and 380C, samples at least 95% shall have no blisters.

2.4. Weatherometer (ASTM G23) : After 5000 hours exposure in


Sunshine Arc Weatherometer or Atlas Twin Weatherometer, no
chalk in excess of No. 8 per ASTM D659 and no color fade more
than 5 NBS units per ASTM D2244, as operated under Dew Cycle
condition using 60/60 cycle.

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Item Requirements

2.5. Flexibility (ASTM D1737) : Withstand 1T – 2T bends.

2.6. Gloss (ASTM D523) : 25 – 35% reflectivity measured on 600C


gloss meter.

2.7. Impact : No removal of finish when tested as follows :

2.7.1. Using a sharp knife, make 6 or, more parallel cuts at 1.5 mm
intervals through finish to bare metal. Cross hatch similarly.
2.7.2. Reserve impact to at least 92 cm – kg or to point of metal rupture.
2.7.3. Apply Scotch cellophane tape firmly to scribed impacted area.
Remove tape with sharp pull. There shall be no loss of adhesion.

2.8. Abrasion (ASTM D968) : The average coefficient of abrasion


shall not be less than 70, with the lowest value not less than 60.

3. Warranty The Bidder shall furnish the Owner, upon acceptance installation, a
written warranty that coating has been applied in accordance with
license Manufacture’s process instructions and under normal
conditions; and that it shall meet the following standards for a minimum
period of ten (10) years (the Bidder shall state the number of years
warranty, and also the number of times he will replace any defective
panels without charges of any kind):

3.1. Will not chalk in excess of ASTM D659 No. 8 rating. Chalk rating
shall be determined by the procedure outlined in ASTM D659.

3.2. Will not change color more than 5 NBS units as determined in
accordance with procedures set forth in ASTM D2244, after
removal of external deposits chalk.

3.3. Will not crack, check or peel (lose adhesion).

4.4.2.13 MISCELLANOUS ARCHITECTURAL WORK

4.4.2.13.1 Plastering Works

Gypsum plasters shall conform to ASTM C 28


Portland cement for Portland Cement plasters shall conform to ASTM C 150
Type (I).
Aggregates for Portland cement plasters shall conform to ASTM C 144

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Aggregates for gypsum plasters shall conform to ASTM C 35.

Liquid bonding agent for concrete or masonry surface shall conform to ASTM
C 631.
Acoustic plasters shall be a factory blend of Portland cement, hydrated lime,
and lightweight aggregate and shall develop a noise reduction.
Hydrated lime shall conform to ASTM C 206, Type S.

Interior plaster shall not be applied unless a uniform temperature above 40o F
has been maintained. Heat and blowers shall provide as required to stabilize
temperature and control ventilation.

Exterior plaster shall not be applied when temperature is below 40o F or is


expected to fall below 40o F within 48 hours.

The Bidder shall provide, install, and maintain for the duration of the work,
scaffolding, staging, trestles and planking necessary for the work of this
selection. Scaffolding shall conform to applicable codes and ordinances and
shall not unnecessarily interface with the work of others.

4.4.2.13.2 Floor Tile Works

1. Ceramic Tile

All ceramic tiles shall be quality-certified, to equal or better the


requirements of SII No. 0583-81.

Trim Shapes and Bases

Trim shapes, including bases, caps, staps, returns, trimmers, and all
other shapes required to finish installation, shall be the same types as
floor and wall tile. The color and finish shall match floor and wall tile
selected by the Owner.

Ceramic tiles shall be provided in the offices area, locker, kitchen and
dining room, toilets and other areas unless otherwise indicated in
approved drawings.
The size, color and pattern shall match adjoining wall tile and approved
by the Owner.

Settings Materials

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Portland Cement mortar : Portland cement shall conform to ASTM


C150, Type 1.

Sand shall conform to ASTM C 144.

Water shall be clean, potable, and free from impurities affecting ceramic
tile work.

Welded wire fabric for mortar reinforcement shall conform to ASTM A


185.

Waterproof cleavage membrane shall be 7.4 kg/m2.

Epoxy adhesive shall conform to ANSI A136.1.

Grouting Materials:

Commercial Portland cement grout shall be used in colors selected by


the Owner.

Epoxy grout for quarry tile and paves shall conform to ANSI A118.3, and
shall be as recommended by the tile manufacturer and approved by the
Owner for the specified use.

Joints

Sealants, control joints, and expansion joints shall conform to the ANSI
standard for the tile and setting method specified.

2. Vinyl Flooring and PVC Skirting

Vinyl Floor Tiles

Vinyl floor tiles shall comply with approved standards and sizes. Unless
other wise indicated on the drawing, Vinyl floor tiles generally be 300 x
300 x 3 mm thick. Colorless tile adhesive shall be a proprietary brand
obtainable from the same supplier as the tiles.

PVC Skirting
PVC skirting shall be supplied by the same manufacturer as the tile
manufacturer. PVC skirting shall be black in color, color, unless

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otherwise approved and 60 mm high, fixed to the wall by the


manufacturer’s adhesive in accordance with his instructions.

3. Raised Floor

Access floor panels shall be lightweight cementious core. Access floor


panels dimension shall not be less than 600 mm x 600 mm x 35 mm.
Panels shall be adequate strength to withstand uniform live load 1200
kg/m2 and 450 kg individual load measured in the central panels.

Access floor panels shall be fire resistant according to ASTM E84-81A.

Understructure shall be galvanized. Understructure shall be adequate


strength to resist 450 kg axial load without permanent deformation.
Understructure shall be height adjustable and accommodate (snap
engaged fastened) struggler.

4.4.2.13.3 Floor Finish

Floor finishes shall be applied in the various locations as indicated in


approved drawings. Separate concrete floor finishes shall not be applied
until all machinery and equipment is in place. Where floor drains are required
in monolithic or separate finish a 3 mm slope per 30 cm in the finish floor
from high point of floor to floor drain shall be used.

Monolithic finish:

1. Monolithic finish is structural concrete slabs which are poured all at


one time with one concrete mix.
2. The surface of concrete shall be covered by an approved floor surface
hardener.

Separate concrete floor finish (topping slab):

Separate concrete finish shall be applied in all area where switchgear


equipment is to be installed or where specifically required for setting of
bidder's equipment.
1. A separate concrete finish for the following areas shall be applied over
the rough slab finish. The separate concrete finish shall be reinforced
with welded wire mesh fabric to permit accurate setting and provide a
true level surface in those areas and shall have minimum 250 kg/cm2
compressive strength at 28 days.

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2. Provide bonding adhesive for separate concrete floor finishes as


manufacturer recommendation and approved by the Owner.
3. Cure, seal and dustproof surfaces of monolithic and separate concrete
floor finishes immediately after finishing by applying one coat of
membrane curing compound, chlorinated rubber type (wax base not
permitted) as manufacturer recommendation, conforming to applicable
requirements of ASTM C 309, type 1.

Chemical resistant special coating work

Chemical resistant special coating shall be applied in the expose area to


either acidic or caustic conditions based on the worst possible combinations
of the fluids as determined by the Contractor or Abrasion exposure,
Chemical exposures, Trenches of slow flow of effluent.

1. The Contractor shall arrange for the services to provide coating


system(s) for the areas and under the conditions specified.
2. The area involved shall be indicated on the approved drawings
including concrete surfaces of floor, trenches, curbs and embedded
steel items etc. in the following structures :

a. Water Treatment Plant


b. Waste Water Treatment Plant
c. Chlorination Plant

The Contractor shall protect existing equipment and surfaces which are not
to be lined against coating deposits, dust and other detrimental factors
associated with coating work.

Coating shall be applied after the completion of the equipment erection or


as directed by the Owner.

4.4.2.13.4 Built-Up Roofing Systems

The built-up roofing over concrete/pre-cast concrete slabs roof shall


comprise of alternate four layers of felt and four layers of bitumen to form a
flexible roof cover with sufficient strength to resist normal expansion and
contraction forces, and a top aggregate layer.

Permanent Roofing System,

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Concrete primer - the concrete/pre-cast concrete channel roof slabs shall be


sealed with an asphalt primer at rate of 0.2 liter to 0.4 liter per m2.

Vapor retarder - single–ply asphalt coated base sheet on the roof area shall
be provided using asphalt bitumen at minimum rate of 1.12 kg/cm2

The vapor retarder shall be applied so that the direction of water flow is not
against the laps.

Application of felts - Coal-tar bitumen shall be uniformly applied over the


vapor retarder at a rate of 1.22 kg/cm2 into this coating of pitch, while hot, lay
four layers of coal-tar saturated felts lapping each sheet 0.7 m over the
preceding one and lapping the ends of the felts not less than 15 cm. End
stripping or tapping of this laps will not be permitted.

Each ply shall be uniformly mopped, using not less than 1.22 kg/cm2 of
bitumen.

Application of aggregates surfacing - The final finishing of the roofing shall


be a triple weight application of coal-tar bitumen at a rate of 3.66 kg/cm2.
Aggregate shall be distributed into the hot bitumen at rate not less than 20
kg/cm2 of gravel.

Application of coal-tar bitumen and aggregate shall be performed at the


same time as laying of the roofing felts, except that in periods of hot and dry
weather, the top surfacing my be delayed overnight. For work not completed
on the same working day, Contractor shall glaze felts left exposed.

4.4.2.13.5 Ceramic Glazing Roof Tile

Ceramic Glazing Roof Tile is all surface of ceramic tile cover with glazing.
Glazing is very thin glass should be smelted.

The Bidder shall be fully responsible for the design of roof tiles to withstand
the specified loads, without exceeding the maximum allowable unit stresses
according to AISI, or SII and without exceeding the allowable deflection and
submit to Owner for approval.

Fasteners for attaching roof tiles component to each other structural


supports shall be designed to withstand the specified loads without
exceeding maximum allowable unit stresses for such fasteners.

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The maximum allowable deflection roof tiles subjected to the design loads
shall not exceed 1/180 of the clear span between girt or purlin, in the
direction normal to the plane of roof tiles.

Design wind loads shall conform to all applicable requirement of SII or ANSI
A58.1, with wind loads based on a basic wind speed of 120 km/hr, and the
minimum design live load for the roof deck shall be 100kg/m2.

All completed roof tiles shall be weather watertight and dust tight.

Provision shall be made, in the design of insulated siding to drain to the


exterior of siding of any condensation forming within the assemblies.

4.4.2.13.6 Carpentry And Millwork

Lumber

All carpentry work shall comply with the requirement of P.K.K.I.”Peraturan


Kontruksi Kayu Indonesia” 1961 – N.I.5.

Lumber for cabinet and other casework shall be teak and kamper for doors
and windows
All lumbers shall be well seasoned with moisture content not exceed 15 %
before preservative treatment.

Lumber shall be free of knots, shakes, cracks and not or other defect which
affect its strength and durability.

All lumber shall be treated with approved preservative solution to preserve


against moisture penetration, fungal decay, insect and vermin attack and to
improve the dimensional stability of the wood.
Nail, Screws, Bolts and Nuts.

All nails, screws, bolts and nuts shall be sufficient size and strength and be
adequately spaced to ensure that all lumber work and joinery work is
constructed in the best possible manner.

1. Doors

Materials of door shall be as specified in clause lumber.

Doors shall be 44.5 mm thick.

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Unless otherwise indicated, all exterior doors shall be with solid core
construction door leaf and all interior doors shall be flush teak
veneered on both side of the door leaf as indicated and varnish
finished except in the toilet area, where doors shall have plastic vinyl
lamination on one side of the door.

The Bidder shall supply and install all fixtures including door
closers that shall meet prior approval of the Owner

2. Windows

Materials of windows shall be as specified in clause lumber.

Windows shall be having minimum of 35 mm thick.

Wood window frame shall be as shown on the design drawing.

3. Casework

Casework shall be constructed in accordance with the approved


drawing.

Exposed wood surfaces shall be varnish finished.

Plastic laminate facings shall be selected from the manufacturer’s


standard color and pattern range, and prior approval of the Owner.

Casework shall be constructed to provide for scribe cut fitting to


adjoining surfaces.

4. Cabinet Hardware

Cabinet hardware shall be approved by the Owner.


Hinges for wood swinging doors and windows shall be the concealed
top-and-bottom pivot type.

Locks for wood swinging doors shall be the tubular type.

5. Paneling

Paneling board material shall conform to S.I.I. requirements.

Paneling shall be minimum 6 mm thick, 3 ply (veneer) core, good (one


side), factory finished.

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6. Wood Trim

(Moldings,) (bases,) and (trim,) shall be hardwood in shapes and sizes


as shown on the approved drawing.

4.4.2.13.7 Ceiling Work

1. Louvered grid ceiling

Material : Shall be aluminum with aluminum


lacquer finish

Grid pattern : Shall be square or rectangular with


removable core.

2. Suspended Moisture – Resistant Acoustic Tile Ceiling

Acoustic panels : Ceramic Acoustical lay in panel.


Finish : Finish and color shall be selected by the
Owner.

Size nominal : 600 mm x 600 mm x 158 mm

3. Suspended Acoustic Tile Ceiling

Acoustic panels : Un-combustible mineral fiber, non directional


withaluminum soil back.
Finish : Color and texture shall be selected by the
Owner.

Size, nominal : 600 mm x 1200 mm x 190 mm

Noise Reduction Coefficient : 60 – 70

Sound Transmission class ( ASTM E – 90) : 35 - 39

Light Reflectance ( ASTM E-523) : minimum of 75

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4. Exposed Grid Suspension System

ASTM C 635-91 (Main Runner and cross fees and edge moldings),
intermediate duty classification with baked enamel white finish.

5. Hangers

2.7 mm galvanized steel wire.

The suspension system shall be designed to support the ceiling, lighting


fixtures, grills, diffusers and other required item without sagging.

Each grid system shall be leveled to within 3 mm in 3600 mm.

The lay out for each suspended acoustic ceiling shall be symmetrical
about central line of the space with equal with borders on opposite
sides, and shall be square and parallel to the enclosing walls.

4.4.2.13.8 Steel Windows And Louvers

General

All material for windows, frame, hardware and accessories shall conform to
the requirement of this specification and Indonesian Standard Industry
unless otherwise indicated on the approved drawing.

Windows and louvers shall be product of the approved manufacturer and


written approval shall be obtained from the Owner.

1. Windows and Louver

Window and frame sash, and louver shall be made of steel conforming
to the requirement of ASTM A 36.

The minimum thickness of any structural component framing shall not


less than 3 mm.

Weathers stripping shall be vinyl rubber bulb seal.

Fastener shall be #14 self-tapping screw made of type 305 stainless


steel.

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2. Glazing

Glass shall minimum 6 mm thick gray or blue tented polished float


glass with heat reflective coating.

Insulating glass shall be minimum 25 mm overall thickness and consist


of 6 mm grey or blue tented polished float glass with heat reflecting
coating outboard and 6 mm clear polished float glass inboard with 13
mm air space between.

3. Screens

All louvers shall be provided with the screen and mounted on the
interior or exterior faces.

Screen shall be 19 mm mess and the wire shall be aluminum with 2.3
mm diameter intercropped at 6 mm intervals.

Painting

Windows and louvers shall be painted in accordance with requirement


of painting specification.

4.4.2.13.9 Steel Doors

1. Swing Hollow Metal Door

The doors shall be flush type. Vision like shall be used when desired for
a safety reason or required for a plant operating reason i.e. to view is on
the opposite side of the door when door is in the closed position.

Face Sheets

Face sheets shall be roller-leveled or stretcher-leveled prime quality


cold-rolled carbon steel.

Other Accessories

Stiffeners, reinforcing and other accessories shall be prime quality


carbon steel.

Glazing

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Glazing shall conform to the applicable requirements of ANSI Z 97.1.

Normal door glass shall consist of minimum 6 mm thick clear polished


wire reinforced glass.

Glazing compound shall be in accordance with the manufacturer’s


recommendations.

Setting blocks and spacer shims shall be made of neoprene rubber and
shall be provided as recommended by the glass manufacturer.

Doors Frames

The frames for hollow metal doors shall be steel channel frame (ASTM
A36) or pressed metal frames (prime quality cold rolled carbon steel).
Where a fire rated frame is required, the frame construction shall be
used.

2. Rolling Steel Doors

The doors will comprise a shutter curtain, end locks, bottom rail, side
guides and supporting angles, roller brackets, box and roller and
operating and control gear. The doors will be electrically operated and
the complete door installation, mechanical and electrical work including
commissioning shall be undertaken by the Bidder. The doors installation
shall be weather proof. The Bidder shall apply paint coating to the rolling
steel doors.

4.4.2.13.10 Aluminum Windows

Window Framing and Hinge Members

Extruded aluminum Alloy 6063 conforming to ASTM E221 with T-Temper as


required for the service and with anodized finish.

Flashing

Aluminum alloy alcad 3004 and not less than 3 mm thick.

Weather stripping

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4.4.2 Technical Specification

Vinyl rubber bulb seal.

Fasteners

Shall be #14 self-tapping screws made of Type 305 stainless steel,


cadmium plated, with bonded combination stainless steel and neoprene
washers. Spacing of fasteners shall be 30 cm O.C. maximum.

4.4.2.13.11 Aluminum Doors

Aluminum doors shall be extruded aluminum alloy 6063-15 conforming to


ASTM E221.

Manufacturers shall furnish the AAMA “Quality Certified” label on their


products.

Sealant shall be a poly-sulfide sealant bearing Thiokol Corporation “Seal of


Approval”.

All fasteners shall be aluminum alloy and cadmium plated brass or bronze
and shall closely match the finish of the aluminum.

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