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Resources and environment

Master Planning & Infrastructure and Architecture & Engineering Consultancy Services For Gewan Island

Design Development Report

Infrastructure Report

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1 INTRODUCTION

General

Scope of WorkIsland PK2-Infrastructure Works 1 INTRODUCTION General Report Objectives and Structure Planning Parameters 2 ROAD

Report Objectives and StructureWorks 1 INTRODUCTION General Scope of Work Planning Parameters 2 ROAD DESIGN Introduction Design

Planning ParametersGeneral Scope of Work Report Objectives and Structure 2 ROAD DESIGN Introduction Design Criteria Access Topography

of Work Report Objectives and Structure Planning Parameters 2 ROAD DESIGN Introduction Design Criteria Access Topography

2 ROAD DESIGN

IntroductionObjectives and Structure Planning Parameters 2 ROAD DESIGN Design Criteria Access Topography / Grading Road Hierarchy

Design Criteriaand Structure Planning Parameters 2 ROAD DESIGN Introduction Access Topography / Grading Road Hierarchy Road Sections

AccessParameters 2 ROAD DESIGN Introduction Design Criteria Topography / Grading Road Hierarchy Road Sections Parking

Topography / GradingParameters 2 ROAD DESIGN Introduction Design Criteria Access Road Hierarchy Road Sections Parking Road Safety Pavement

Road HierarchyIntroduction Design Criteria Access Topography / Grading Road Sections Parking Road Safety Pavement Finish Types 3

Road SectionsDesign Criteria Access Topography / Grading Road Hierarchy Parking Road Safety Pavement Finish Types 3 UTILITIES

Parking

Road SafetyTopography / Grading Road Hierarchy Road Sections Parking Pavement Finish Types 3 UTILITIES ARRANGEMENT Utility Cross

Pavement Finish Types/ Grading Road Hierarchy Road Sections Parking Road Safety 3 UTILITIES ARRANGEMENT Utility Cross sections Utility

Road Sections Parking Road Safety Pavement Finish Types 3 UTILITIES ARRANGEMENT Utility Cross sections Utility

3 UTILITIES ARRANGEMENT

Utility Cross sectionsRoad Safety Pavement Finish Types 3 UTILITIES ARRANGEMENT Utility Buildings Facilities 4 WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM

Utility Buildings FacilitiesFinish Types 3 UTILITIES ARRANGEMENT Utility Cross sections 4 WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM Introduction Codes and Standards

4 WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM

sections Utility Buildings Facilities 4 WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM Introduction Codes and Standards Water Demand Design

Introduction

Codes and StandardsBuildings Facilities 4 WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM Introduction Water Demand Design Parameters and Criteria Pipe Sizing

Water Demand4 WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM Introduction Codes and Standards Design Parameters and Criteria Pipe Sizing Pipe Material

SUPPLY SYSTEM Introduction Codes and Standards Water Demand Design Parameters and Criteria Pipe Sizing Pipe Material

Design Parameters and Criteria Pipe Sizing Pipe Material Pipe Cover Valves Pressure Requirement Fire Hydrants

Pipe Cover Valves Pressure Requirement Fire Hydrants System Description Proposed System Water Supply and Hydrant

System Description Proposed System Water Supply and Hydrant Network Water Reservoir and Pumping Station Water Reservoir and Pumping Station General Design Criteria and Basis of Design Control Philosophy SCADA/PLC Control Network

5 WASTEWATER COLLECTION SYSTEM

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Wastewater Flows Unit Wastewater Generation Rates Average Wastewater Flow Unit Wastewater Generation Rates Average Wastewater Flow

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Unit Wastewater Generation Rates Average Wastewater Flow 6 Design Parameters and Criteria Peak Factor Pipe Sizing

Design Parameters and Criteria Peak Factor Pipe Sizing Design Velocities Pipe Slopes Flow Depths Pipe Size and Material Pipe Cover Manholes

Flow Depths Pipe Size and Material Pipe Cover Manholes System Description Wastewater Collection Network Pumping

System Description Wastewater Collection Network Pumping Stations General Design Criteria and Basis of Design Operation Philosophy SCADA/PLC Control Network

STORMWATER DRAINAGE SYSTEM

SCADA/PLC Control Network STORMWATER DRAINAGE SYSTEM Introduction Codes and Standards Design Parameters and

Introduction

Codes and StandardsControl Network STORMWATER DRAINAGE SYSTEM Introduction Design Parameters and Criteria Rainfall Design Storm

STORMWATER DRAINAGE SYSTEM Introduction Codes and Standards Design Parameters and Criteria Rainfall Design Storm

Design Parameters and Criteria Rainfall Design Storm Duration Network Sizing Pipeline Sizes and Material Manhole Spacing Gullies Spacing Design Velocities

System DescriptionMaterial Manhole Spacing Gullies Spacing Design Velocities 7 IRRIGATION SYSTEM Introduction Codes and Standards

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Design Velocities System Description 7 IRRIGATION SYSTEM Introduction Codes and Standards Irrigation Requirements

Design Velocities System Description 7 IRRIGATION SYSTEM Introduction Codes and Standards Irrigation Requirements

Introduction Codes and Standards

Irrigation Requirements7 IRRIGATION SYSTEM Introduction Codes and Standards Design Parameters and Criteria Irrigators Selection Control

Introduction Codes and Standards Irrigation Requirements Design Parameters and Criteria Irrigators Selection Control

Design Parameters and Criteria Irrigators Selection Control System Pipe Material Pipe Cover and Valves Hydraulic Calculations Pipe Sizing Operation Schedule

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Gewan Island PK2-Infrastructure Works System Description Proposed System Description Irrigation Reservoir and Pumping

System Description Proposed System Description Irrigation Reservoir and Pumping Station General Basis of Design Operation Philosophy SCADA/PLC Control Network

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IntroductionPhilosophy SCADA/PLC Control Network 8 CHILLED WATER SYSTEM Codes and Standards Existing Network Cooling Demand Design

Codes and StandardsControl Network 8 CHILLED WATER SYSTEM Introduction Existing Network Cooling Demand Design Parameters and

Existing Network8 CHILLED WATER SYSTEM Introduction Codes and Standards Cooling Demand Design Parameters and Criteria Outdoor

Cooling DemandSYSTEM Introduction Codes and Standards Existing Network Design Parameters and Criteria Outdoor Design Conditions

Codes and Standards Existing Network Cooling Demand Design Parameters and Criteria Outdoor Design Conditions

Design Parameters and Criteria Outdoor Design Conditions Chilled Water Design Parameters Chilled Water Piping Material Hydraulic Analysis Maximum Velocity Minimum Cover Isolation Valves Drain and Air Vent Valves

System Description District Cooling Plant ETS Room Chilled Water Network District Cooling Plant ETS Room Chilled Water Network

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Plant ETS Room Chilled Water Network 9 GAS SUPPLY SYSTEM Introduction Codes and Standards Existing Network

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Codes and StandardsRoom Chilled Water Network 9 GAS SUPPLY SYSTEM Introduction Existing Network Gas Demand Design Parameters and

Existing NetworkNetwork 9 GAS SUPPLY SYSTEM Introduction Codes and Standards Gas Demand Design Parameters and Criteria Gas

SYSTEM Introduction Codes and Standards Existing Network Gas Demand Design Parameters and Criteria Gas Properties

Gas Demand

Introduction Codes and Standards Existing Network Gas Demand Design Parameters and Criteria Gas Properties LPG Plant

Design Parameters and Criteria Gas Properties LPG Plant Materials and Equipment LPG Pipes Outside Buildings LPG Pipes Inside Buildings High Pressure Regulator - First Stage Medium/Low Pressure Regulator Second Stage Gas Meter

System Description LPG Plant LPG Distribution Network LPG Plant LPG Distribution Network

10 POWER SUPPLY AND DISTRIBUTION

LPG Distribution Network 10 POWER SUPPLY AND DISTRIBUTION Introduction Existing Network Design Parameters and Criteria

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Ambient Conditions MV Distribution Network Characteristics LV Distribution Network Characteristics

Electrical Power Supply Adopted Load Densities, Demand and diversity Project Load Estimate Adopted Load Densities, Demand and diversity Project Load Estimate

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System Description Medium Voltage Network Low Voltage Network

Substation Transformer

LV distribution panels

Low Voltage Cables and Wires

Conduits, Wire ways and Related Accessories for All Systems Power supply arrangement

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Metering (kWh energy meter)

Electrical substation layout Emergency Power supply Uninterruptible Power Supply Earthing System Lightning Protection System Indoor Lighting External Lighting Street lighting Decorative Bridge Lighting Tennis Court Lighting Landscape Lighting Lighting Calculations of Utility Buildings

TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

Calculations of Utility Buildings TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEMS Introduction Codes and Standards Existing Network Scope of

Calculations of Utility Buildings TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEMS Introduction Codes and Standards Existing Network Scope of

Calculations of Utility Buildings TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEMS Introduction Codes and Standards Existing Network Scope of

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Codes and Standards Existing Network

SYSTEMS Introduction Codes and Standards Existing Network Scope of Work Converged Network (Telecom / ELV /

Scope of Work Converged Network (Telecom / ELV / Security Network) GSM Coverage CCTV Utility Buildings Design Structured Cabling Network (SCN)

Fire Alarm & Detection System

Parking Access Control

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System Parking Access Control 12 SOLID WASTE SYSTEM Introduction Codes and Standards Waste Generation Solid

System Parking Access Control 12 SOLID WASTE SYSTEM Introduction Codes and Standards Waste Generation Solid

Introduction

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Waste Generation12 SOLID WASTE SYSTEM Introduction Codes and Standards Solid Waste Management Strategy Design Parameters and

Solid Waste Management StrategySYSTEM Introduction Codes and Standards Waste Generation Design Parameters and Criteria System Description Solid

Design Parameters and CriteriaStandards Waste Generation Solid Waste Management Strategy System Description Solid Waste Network Solid Waste Vacuum

System Description Solid Waste Network Solid Waste Vacuum Station Solid Waste Network Solid Waste Vacuum Station

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LANDSCAPING WORKS

IntroductionGewan Island PK2-Infrastructure Works 13 LANDSCAPING WORKS Landscape Typologies Linear Park Streestscape Landscape

Landscape TypologiesPK2-Infrastructure Works 13 LANDSCAPING WORKS Introduction Linear Park Streestscape Landscape Treatment Softscape

Linear ParkWorks 13 LANDSCAPING WORKS Introduction Landscape Typologies Streestscape Landscape Treatment Softscape Palette Hardscape

StreestscapeWORKS Introduction Landscape Typologies Linear Park Landscape Treatment Softscape Palette Hardscape Palette

Landscape TreatmentIntroduction Landscape Typologies Linear Park Streestscape Softscape Palette Hardscape Palette Value Engineering Design

Softscape PaletteTypologies Linear Park Streestscape Landscape Treatment Hardscape Palette Value Engineering Design Principles 14

Hardscape PalettePark Streestscape Landscape Treatment Softscape Palette Value Engineering Design Principles 14 GEOTECHNICAL DESIGN

Value EngineeringLandscape Treatment Softscape Palette Hardscape Palette Design Principles 14 GEOTECHNICAL DESIGN Introduction

Design PrinciplesSoftscape Palette Hardscape Palette Value Engineering 14 GEOTECHNICAL DESIGN Introduction Regional Geology Geology

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IntroductionValue Engineering Design Principles 14 GEOTECHNICAL DESIGN Regional Geology Geology Of Project Site Existing

Regional GeologyDesign Principles 14 GEOTECHNICAL DESIGN Introduction Geology Of Project Site Existing Investigations And Surveys

Geology Of Project Site14 GEOTECHNICAL DESIGN Introduction Regional Geology Existing Investigations And Surveys At Gewan Island Proposed

Existing Investigations And Surveys At Gewan IslandDESIGN Introduction Regional Geology Geology Of Project Site Proposed Detailed Investigation Program Soil Stratigraphy

Proposed Detailed Investigation ProgramSite Existing Investigations And Surveys At Gewan Island Soil Stratigraphy Groundwater Conditions Current

Soil StratigraphyAt Gewan Island Proposed Detailed Investigation Program Groundwater Conditions Current Groundwater Design Ground

Groundwater Conditions Current Groundwater Design Ground Water Table Current Groundwater Design Ground Water Table

Conditions Current Groundwater Design Ground Water Table Insitu And Laboratory Testing Standard Penetration Tests

Insitu And Laboratory Testing Standard Penetration Tests Wet Sieve Analysis Atterberg Limits Moisture Content Dry and Bulk Unit Weight of Rock Rock Quality Indices Total Core Recovery (TCR) Solid Core Recovery (SCR) Rock Quality Designation (RQD) Intact Rock Strength Unconfined Compressive Strength and Point Load Index Tests Modulus of Elasticity Chemical Aggressivity California Bearing Ratio Tests (CBR)

Geotechnical Design Codes And StandardsChemical Aggressivity California Bearing Ratio Tests (CBR) Basis For The Design Design Basis for Foundations Shallow

Ratio Tests (CBR) Geotechnical Design Codes And Standards Basis For The Design Design Basis for Foundations

Basis For The Design Design Basis for Foundations Shallow Foundation Bearing Capacity Calculation for Shallow Foundation on Soil Bearing Capacity Calculation for Shallow Foundation on Rock:

Settlement Calculation of Shallow Foundations Creep Settlement of the Reclaimed Fill Seismic Site Class Liquefaction Liquefaction Assessment

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Recommendations For Utility Buildings Generalized Soil Parameters Rock Parameters Utility Buildings Substation A CCTV Building Underground Irrigation Tank Vacuum Solid Waste Station Fire Fighter Tank Building Hex Building Substation B Facility Building Substation C Pump Station 1 Pump Station 2 Pump Station 3 Pump Station 4 Probing and Grouting for HEX Building Excavation and Temporary Shoring Dewatering Site Class Pavement Design Pavement Design with Asphalt Finishing Pavement Design with Granite Setts Subsurface Concrete Reinforced Substructure Concrete Blinding/Plain Concrete Reuse of Excavated Material Reclaimed Fill Materials:

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15 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN FOR UTILITIES BUILDINGS

16 FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY for Utilities Buildings

BUILDINGS 16 FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY for Utilities Buildings General Goals and Objectives D ESIGN References

General Goals and Objectives DESIGN References Building Description Vacuum Solid Waste Station CCTV Building Electrical Substation A Electrical Substation B Electrical Substation C Landscape Maintenance Building Gas Plant Underground Water & Fire Tank with Pumping Station Underground Irrigation Tank with Pumping Station Underground HEX Building Underground Sewage Pumping Station -1 Underground Sewage Pumping Station -2 Underground Sewage Pumping Station -3 Underground Sewage Pumping Station -4 Classification of Occupancy

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Fire Brigade AccessGewan Island PK2-Infrastructure Works Hazard of Contents Fire Resistance of Structure Building Separation and Exposure

Fire Resistance of StructureWorks Hazard of Contents Fire Brigade Access Building Separation and Exposure Protection Means of Egress

Building Separation and Exposure Protectionof Contents Fire Brigade Access Fire Resistance of Structure Means of Egress Components Doors: Stairways: Corridors:

of Structure Building Separation and Exposure Protection Means of Egress Components Doors: Stairways: Corridors:

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of Egress Emergency Lighting Marking of Means of Egress Internal Spread Of Fire Protection of Vertical
of Egress Emergency Lighting Marking of Means of Egress Internal Spread Of Fire Protection of Vertical

Internal Spread Of Fire Protection of Vertical Openings Shafts Exits Hazard Areas Openings in Fire Separations /Passive Fire Protection/Fire Stopping Interior Finishes and Furnishing Unused Material Limitations Classification

Fire Safety Systems Alarm and Detection and Communication Extinguishing All Buildings to be Protected with:

Underground HEX Building:

Vacuum Solid Waste Station Building:

Smoke Control and Ventilation

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Smoke Control and Ventilation 17 UTILITY BUILDINGS FAÇADE Introduction Design Criteria Standards, Codes and

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and Ventilation 17 UTILITY BUILDINGS FAÇADE Introduction Design Criteria Standards, Codes and Regulatory Bodies

Design Criteria Standards, Codes and Regulatory Bodies Local Regulations Site Conditions Design Life Warranty Duration Acoustic Design Criteria

Building Envelope Design Façade Materials Façade Materials

Design Criteria Building Envelope Design Façade Materials Building Maintenance Unit Brief Auxiliary Tools, Maximum

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Auxiliary Tools, Maximum Working Height 15m Tucker Telescopic Poles

ACOUSTICS FOR UTILITIES BUILDINGS

Tucker Telescopic Poles ACOUSTICS FOR UTILITIES BUILDINGS General Reference regulations, standards and guidance

General Reference regulations, standards and guidance documents (latest edition to be adopted)

and guidance documents (latest edition to be adopted) Sound Isolation Acoustical Separation (STC and IIC) Walls:

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External Sound Insulation External noise egress External noise egress

Finishes: External Sound Insulation External noise egress HVAC/ MEP Noise Control Background Noise Criteria (NC) :
Finishes: External Sound Insulation External noise egress HVAC/ MEP Noise Control Background Noise Criteria (NC) :

HVAC/ MEP Noise Control Background Noise Criteria (NC) :

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General

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Detailing General 19 STRUCTURAL DESIGN FOR UTILITY BUILDINGS Introduction Design Criteria Codes of Practice and

Introduction

Design Criteria Codes of Practice and Standards Design Loads Dead loads Live loads Wind loads Seismic Loads Temperature Loads Earth Pressure and Ground Water Pressure Load Combinations Structural Materials Reinforced Concrete Cement Reinforcement Performance criteria Allowable Deflection Crack Width Waterproofing Structures Working Life Drift and Displacement Limits Structural Systems Foundation system Gravity and Lateral Load Stability Systems Floor Slabs and Beams Structural Analysis and Modeling 2D and 3D Models

APPENDIX A: GEOLOGICAL CROSS SECTIONS

APPENDIX B: Liquefaction analysis results

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APPENDIX C: HYDRALUIC CALCULATION OF WATER SUPPLY SYSETM

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APPENDIX D: HYDRALUIC CALCULATION OF WASTEWATER SYSETM

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APPENDIX E: HYDRALUIC CALCULATION OF STORM DRAINAGE SYSETM

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APPENDIX F: HYDRALUIC CALCULATION OF IRRIGATION SYSETM

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APPENDIX G: CHILLED WATER NETWORK HYDRAULIC ANALYSIS RESULTS

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List of Tables

TABLE 1-1:

PLANNING PARAMETERS FOR GEWAN ISLAND

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SUMMARY OF GEOMETRIC FEATURES OF ROAD WORK

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POPULATION AND AREA DISTRIBUTION

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WATER CONSUMPTION RATES

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AVERAGE AND PEAK DAILY WATER DEMAND

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RECOMMENDED VALUES FOR RUN-OFF COEFFICIENT (PWA DRAINAGE AFFAIRS DESIGN MANUAL)

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APPROXIMATE SELF-CLEANSING VELOCITIES

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IRRIGATION WATER REQUIREMENTS

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ESTIMATED IRRIGATION PEAK DAILY DEMAND

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GEWAN ISLAND COOLING LOAD ESTIMATE

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TABLE 8-2:

ETS ROOMS SUMMARY

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LPG SPECIFICATIONS

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SEPARATION DISTANCE FROM LPG TANKS, FROM IMPORTANT BUILDINGS, AND LINE OF ADJOINING

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LOAD DENSITIES

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ELECTRICAL LOAD ESTIMATE

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ILLUMINATION LEVELS AND LIGHTING CRITERIA FOR THE PROJECT ROAD TYPES

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ILLUMINATION LEVELS FOR BIKE PATHS AND PEDESTRIAN WALKWAYS

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TABLE 10-7:

MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE VOLTAGE DROP

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ILLUMINATION LEVELS

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BOREHOLES UNDER EACH PLANNED STRUCTURES

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SUMMARY OF PERFORMED IN-SITU AND LABORATORY TESTS

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SUMMARY TABLE FOR SPT

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CONSISTENCY OF NON-COHESIVE SOIL (BURT LOOK, 2007)

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SUMMARY TABLE FOR PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION

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SUMMARY TABLE FOR MOISTURE CONTENT

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SUMMARY TABLE FOR TCR

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SUMMARY TABLE FOR RQD

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SUMMARY TABLE FOR IS(50)

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SUMMARY TABLE FOR CALCULATED UCS

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SUMMARY TABLE FOR MEASURED UCS

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STRENGTH CLASSIFICATION OF ROCK BASED ON UCS VALUES

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SUMMARY TABLE FOR INTACT YOUNG MODULUS

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SUMMARY TABLE FOR CHEMICAL AGGRESSIVITY IN SOIL AND ROCK SAMPLES

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TABLE 14-17:

SUMMARY TABLE FOR PERCENTAGE OF CHEMICAL AGGRESSIVITY IN GROUNDWATER

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SUMMARY TABLE FOR PERCENTAGE OF CHEMICAL AGGRESSIVITY IN SEA WATER

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SUMMARY TABLE FOR CALIFORNIA BEARING RATIO (CBR)

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CORRECTION FACTORS (AFTER SOWERS 1979)

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TYPICAL RATIOS FOR SELF-WEIGHT CREEP SETTLEMENTS (GOODGER AND LEACH, 1990)

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SUMMARY OF THE GEOTECHNICAL DESIGN PARAMETERS FOR THE FOUNDING SOIL LAYERS

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SELECTED DESIGN PARAMETERS FOR THE IDENTIFIED LAYERS

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STRUCTURE WISE SUBGRADE MODULUS FOR SHALLOW FOUNDATION

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SUMMARY OF SPT VALUES (WITHIN TOP 30M)

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HORIZONTAL SEPARATION

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OCCUPANT LOAD FACTOR

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ARRANGEMENT OF MEANS OF EGRESS & TRAVEL DISTANCE VERIFICATION

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SUMMARY TABLE

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INTERNAL WALL & CEILING FINISH

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TABLE 16-7:

INTERIOR FLOOR FINISH

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LIST OF STANDARDS & CODES

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DETAILS OF HEAVY DUTY PROFESSIONAL LADDER

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BLOCK WALL TYPES

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GYPSUM TYPES

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STC OF THE DOORS SHOULD BE AS INDICATED IN THE TABLE BELOW:

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REVERBERATION TIME (RT) AS INDICATED IN THE TABLE BELOW:

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TABLE 18-6:

NRC VALUE FOR INTERIOR FINISHES INDICATED IN THE TABLE BELOW:

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LEVELS OF NOISE FOR RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL FACILITIES:

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TABLE 18-8:

BACKGROUND SOUND DESIGN GOALS FOR VARIOUS SPACES ARE RECOMMENDED AS FOLLOWS:

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SEISMIC SPECTRAL ACCELERATIONS BASED ON QCS 2014

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TABLE 19-2:

CONCRETE COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH

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TABLE 19-3:

MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE CALCULATED DEFLECTIONS

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TABLE 19-4:

EXTRACT FROM QCS 2014 - 1.5.2-12

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TABLE 19-5:

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List of Figures

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PROPOSED ROAD NETWORK

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GEWAN ISLAND ACCESSIBILITY PROPOSED ARRANGEMENT

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FIGURE 2.3:

TYPICAL ROAD CROSS SECTIONS

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FIGURE 2.4:

PARALLEL PARKING GEOMETRY

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FIGURE 2.5:

PAVEMENT FINISH TYPES

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TYPICAL UTILITY DISPOSITION KEYPLAN

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FIGURE 3.2:

TYPICAL UTILITY DISPOSITION CROSS SECTIONS (1 OF 9)

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UTILITY BUILDINGS FACILITIES

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FIGURE 4.1:

CONNECTION TO THE TEMPORARY 300MM WATER PIPE

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FIGURE 4.2:

PROPOSED POTABLE WATER NETWORK

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FIGURE 5.1:

PROPOSED WASTEWATER DISCHARGING INTO ASHGHAL NETWORK

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FIGURE 5.2:

PROPOSED WASTEWATER NETWORK

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FIGURE 5.3:

PROPOSED PUMPING STATION LOCATIONS

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FIGURE 6.1:

INTENSITY-DURATION-FREQUENCY (IDF) CURVES

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FIGURE 6.2:

STORMWATER DRAINAGE NETWORK

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FIGURE 7.1:

PROPOSED IRRIGATION NETWORK

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FIGURE 8.1:

CHILLED WATER DISTRIBUTION NETWORK LAYOUT

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FIGURE 9.1:

LPG PLANT SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

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FIGURE 9.2:

LPG PLANT LAYOUT

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FIGURE 9.3:

LPG SYSTEM LAYOUT

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FIGURE 10.1:

EXISTING MV CABLES ALLOCATED AS A MV LOOP GEWAN ISLAND

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FIGURE 10.2:

LOCATION OF THE EXISTING SUBSTATIONS AND MV CABLE ROUTE INSIDE GEWAN ISLAND

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FIGURE 10.3:

LOCATION OF OUTDOOR SUBSTATIONS

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FIGURE 10.4:

MV LOOPS NETWORK

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FIGURE 10.5:

SUBSTATION-A: EQUIPMENT LAYOUT

FIGURE 10.6: SUBSTATION-B: EQUIPMENT LAYOUT

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FIGURE 10.7:

SUBSTATION-C: EQUIPMENT LAYOUT

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FIGURE 10.8:

ROADS TYPES IN GEWAN ISLAND

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FIGURE 10.9:

CONCEPTUAL SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM FOR REMOTE OUTDOOR MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR STREET

FIGURE 19.5:

2D SAFE FOUNDATION MODEL OF HEX BUILDING

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LIGHTING 60

FIGURE 19.6:

REVIT MODEL FOR SEWAGE PUMPING STATION 1

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FIGURE 10.10:

BRIDGE DECORATIVE LIGHTING

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FIGURE 19.7:

SAP MODEL OF SEWAGE PUMPING STATION 1

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FIGURE 10.11:

REFERENCE IMAGE FOR BRIDGE DECORATIVE LIGHTING

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FIGURE 19.8:

REVIT MODEL FOR WATER AND FIREFIGHTING RESERVOIR

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FIGURE 10.12:

RENDERED IMAGE FOR PARK

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FIGURE 19.9:

SAP MODEL FOR THE WATER AND FIREFIGHTING RESERVOIR

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FIGURE 10.13:

RENDERED IMAGE FOR PARK

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FIGURE 19.10:

SERVICE BEARING PRESSURES CONTOURS FOR WATER AND FIREFIGHTING RESERVOIR

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FIGURE 10.14:

RENDERED IMAGE FOR PARK

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FIGURE 19.11:

REVIT MODEL FOR IRRIGATION RESERVOIR

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FIGURE 10.15:

LIGHTING CALCULATIONS SUNKEN GARDEN AND WATER FEATURE

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FIGURE 19.12:

FOUNDATION MODEL FOR IRRIGATION TANK

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FIGURE 10.16:

LIGHTING CALCULATIONS-PATHWAY

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FIGURE 19.13:

SERVICE BEARING STRESSES CONTOURS FOR IRRIGATION TANK

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FIGURE 10.17:

RENDER FOR STREET LIGHTING AND COLUMN DETAILS

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FIGURE 19.14:

REVIT MODEL FOR SUBSTATION A

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FIGURE 11.1:

PRIMARY (MH-1308) & SECONDARY (MH-4307) TELECOMMUNICATION TIE-IN

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FIGURE 11.2:

ROAD CROSS SECTION TELECOM CORRIDOR

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FIGURE 19.16:

SAFE MODEL FOR SUBSTATION A ROOF SLAB

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FIGURE 11.3:

GSM TOWERS LOCATION

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FIGURE 19.17:

SAFE FOUNDATIONS MODEL FOR SUBSTATION A

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FIGURE 11.4:

BASIC STRUCTURED CABLING NETWORK DIAGRAM

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FIGURE 19.18:

REVIT MODEL FOR VACUUM SOLID WASTE STATION

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FIGURE 11.5:

BASIC FIRE ALARM DIAGRAM

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FIGURE 19.19:

SAFE MODEL FOR VACUUM SOLID WASTE STATION FOUNDATIONS

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FIGURE 11.6:

PARKING GATE BARRIER DIAGRAM

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FIGURE 19.20:

SERVICE BEARING STRESSES CONTOURS FOR VACUUM SOLID WASTE STATION

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FIGURE 14.1:

GEOLOGICAL MAP OF THE GEWAN ISLAND PROJECT AREA, QATAR. (ORIGINAL SCALE 1: 2,10,000)

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FIGURE 19.21:

REVIT MODEL FOR CCTV BUILDING

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FIGURE 14.2:

EXISTING SUBSURFACE INVESTIGATION

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FIGURE 19.22:

3D ETABS MODEL FOR CCTV BUILDING

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FIGURE 14.3:

PLANNED SUBSURFACE INVESTIGATION (BOREHOLE LOCATIONS)

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FIGURE 19.23:

2D SAFE MODEL FOR CCTV BUILDING ROOF SLAB

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FIGURE 14.4:

PLANNED SUBSURFACE INVESTIGATION (TEST PIT LOCATIONS)

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FIGURE 19.24:

SAFE MODEL FOR CCTV BUILDING FOUNDATIONS

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FIGURE 14.5:

PLANNED GEOPHYSICAL INVESTIGATION

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FIGURE 19.25:

SERVICE BEARING STRESSES CONTOURS FOR VACUUM SOLID WASTE STATION

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FIGURE 14.6:

TYPICAL CORE PHOTO FOR UNIT- U1C

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FIGURE 14.7:

TYPICAL CORE PHOTO FOR UNIT- U2A

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FIGURE 14.8:

TYPICAL CORE PHOTO FOR UNIT- U2B

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FIGURE 14.9:

TYPICAL CORE PHOTO FOR UNIT- U3

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FIGURE 14.10:

TYPICAL CORE PHOTO FOR UNIT- U4

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FIGURE 14.11:

SPT VERSUS DEPTH

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FIGURE 14.12:

DISTRIBUTION OF SPT RESULTS

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FIGURE 14.13:

MOISTURE CONTENT VERSUS DEPTH

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FIGURE 14.14:

DISTRIBUTION OF MOISTURE CONTENT RESULT FOR EACH UNIT

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FIGURE 14.15:

TCR VERSUS DEPTH

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FIGURE 14.16:

DISTRIBUTION OF THE TCR RESULTS

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FIGURE 14.17:

SCR VERSUS DEPTH

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FIGURE 14.18:

DISTRIBUTION OF THE SCR RESULTS

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FIGURE 14.19:

RQD VERSUS DEPTH

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FIGURE 14.20:

DISTRIBUTION OF THE RQD RESULTS

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FIGURE 14.21:

UCS VERSUS DEPTH

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FIGURE 14.22:

IS(50) VERSUS DEPTH

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FIGURE 14.23:

UCS, DERIVED FROM IS(50), VERSUS DEPTH

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FIGURE 14.24:

DISTRIBUTION OF THE MEASURED UCS RESULTS

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FIGURE 14.25:

DISTRIBUTION OF THE POINT LOAD INDEX RESULTS

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FIGURE 14.26:

UCS VALUES DERIVED FROM THE POINT LOAD INDEX RESULT

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FIGURE 14.27:

YOUNG MODULUS VERSUS DEPTH

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FIGURE 14.28:

DISTRIBUTION OF THE YOUNG MODULUS RESULTS

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FIGURE 14.29:

VARIATION OF STRAIN INFLUENCE FACTOR WITH DEPTH

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FIGURE 14.30:

SEISMIC HAZARD DISTRIBUTION MAP OF QATAR (WHO 2010)

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FIGURE 14.31:

CORRECTION FACTORS OF THE FIELD SPT N-VALUE

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FIGURE 14.32:

KΣ VERSUS EFFECTIVE CONFINING PRESSURE

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FIGURE 14.33:

GENERALIZED SOIL PROFILE FOR UTILITY BUILDINGS

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FIGURE 17.1:

WALL SECTIONS OF CURTAIN WALL & CMU CAVITY WALL

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FIGURE 17.2:

3D VIEWS OF ELECTRICAL SUBSTATION -A & B

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FIGURE 17.3:

3D VIEWS OF ELECTRICAL SUBSTATION -C & CCTV BUILDING

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FIGURE 17.4:

3D VIEW OF VACUUM SOLID WASTE BUILDING

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FIGURE 17.5:

WALL SECTIONS WITH STONE CLADDING & ACP CLADDING

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FIGURE 17.6:

DETAILS OF HEAVY DUTY PROFESSIONAL LADDER

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FIGURE 17.7:

DETAILS OF TUCKER TELESCOPIC POLE

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FIGURE 19.1:

EXTRACT FROM QCS 2014 - WIND SPEED

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FIGURE 19.2:

EXTRACT FROM QCS 2014 TEMPERATURES

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FIGURE 19.3:

REVIT MODEL FOR HEX BUILDING

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FIGURE 19.4:

SAP MODEL OF HEX BUILDING

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INTRODUCTION

GENERAL ENERAL

The United Development Company (UDC) is leading the effort to develop the Gewan Island Project in order to transform the site into a prominent entertainment, mixed use and residential destination.

The Gewan Island is located in Doha, Qatar, at the northwestern part of the Pearl Island which is one of UDC’s landmark projects and one of the largest real estate developments in the Gulf region.

The land uses include a water park, a mixed use area that contains multi-family residential buildings, commercial and food and beverage, and single family residential villas.

UDC commissioned DAR to review the “Vision Master Plan” proposed for Gewan Island and to undertake the Master planning, infrastructure and Architecture services for this project.

SCOPE OF W ORK COPE OF WORK

The overall project scope of work includes the following:

Master planning Services

Infrastructure Design Services

Building Design Services

The Infrastructure Services that cover the Concept, Design Development and Detailed Design of Infrastructure works including:

Roads Design;

Site Landscape;

Water Supply, Fire Fighting, Wastewater, Storm-Water Drainage and Irrigation Networks;

Power Networks;

Telecommunication and Low Current Networks;

Gas Network;

Chilled Water network;

Solid Waste Vacuum Network;

Utilities Buildings;

Site wayfinding.

REPORT O BJECTIVES AND S TRUCTURE EPORT OBJECTIVES AND STRUCTURE

The objective of the report is to present the design development for the infrastructure works. The report is organized into the following sections:

1 Introduction

2 Road Design

3 Utilities Arrangement

4 Water Supply System

5 Wastewater Collection System

6 Stormwater Drainage System

7 Irrigation System

8 Chilled Water System

9 Gas Supply System

10 Power Supply and Distribution

11 Telecommunication Systems

12 Solid Waste System

13 Landscaping Works

14 Geotechnical Considerations

15 Architectural Design for Utilities Buildings

16 Fire and Life Safety for Utilities Buildings

17 Utilities Building’s Facade

18 Acoustics for Utilities Buildings

19 Structural Design for Utility Buildings

Site wayfinding is presented in a separate report as part of this Design Development Submission.

PLANNING P ARAMETERS LANNING PARAMETERS

The infrastructure design development is prepared based on the latest master plan and planning parameters prepared following Client confirmation on the MP changes; namely, relocation of the DCP, deletion of Theme Park replaced by Golf Course, change of Plot 2 to villas instead of F&B units and provision of new serviced furnished apartment instead of the DCP.

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Table 1-1:

Planning Parameters for Gewan Island

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INTRODUCTION NTRODUCTION

This chapter demonstrates the various elements pertaining to the design criteria and the hierarchy of the road network to be constructed under Gewan Island infrastructure package.

Gewan Island development is part of the Pearl Island and located to the northwest of the manmade Island. It will be designated for entertainment, mixed-use and residential development.

The development is connected via a road network (land bridges and water bridges) to the existing Pearl service roads and via other links to the Abraj Quartier cluster of the main pearl island. Based on the adopted Master Plan, the road network of Gewan Island development will consist mainly of one way system that serve the various land uses

The proposed network with the access links is shown in Figure 2.1.

network with the access links is shown in Figure 2.1. D ESIGN C RITERIA Figure 2.1:

DESIGN C RITERIA ESIGN CRITERIA

Figure 2.1:

Proposed Road Network

The geometric design of roads, intersections and the signing and marking have been carried out in accordance with 2015 version of Qatar Highway design Manual (QHDM) issued by Ministry Of Transport.

Where necessary and if not covered by QHDM, the recommendations provided by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) are adopted. The following list summarizes the names of standards:

Qatar Highway Design Manual 2015

Qatar Traffic Control Manual 2015

A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets (AASHTO 2011)

The districts of Gewan Island are dedicated for residential and leisure use.

On all road types, maximum super-elevation will be limited to 5.0% in conformance to the urban nature of the development, while normal road cross slope of 2.0% will be used.

Furthermore, the maximum vertical grade will be limited to 6% in accordance with QHDM for this type of development while the minimum vertical grade will be limited to 0.30% on all roads to facilitate reasonable drainage of the site.

Table 2-1 below summarizes various geometric features of different road types within Gewan Island

Table 2-1:

Summary of Geometric Features of Road Work

Road Type

Minor Collector-Distributor

Local

Design Speed

30

30

Design Vehicle

Bus

Bus

Traffic Lane Width

3.5

3.5

Parallel parking Width

2.5

N/A

Road Type

Minor Collector-Distributor

Local

Maximum Grade (%)

6.00

6.00

Minimum Grade (%)

0.30

0.30

Crest (Minimum)

2

2

Sag (Minimum)

2.5

2.5

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ACCESS CCESS

Gewan Island development will be connected to the existing service road of the pearl main causeway at two locations. The first access road will be provided for the traffic bound to the pearl island via a dedicated left turn flyover that takes off from the service lanes of the main pearl entrance bridge and land adjacent to the Golf course plot of Gewan Island development. An exit will be proposed in the opposite direction and will join the pearl outbound traffic along the service road of the main entrance bridge.

This arrangement will allow the egress traffic to access off the existing service roads serving the existing Pearl Island. These service roads consist of 2 travel lanes. For traffic approaching from the proposed Lusail Underpass, traffic will be using the WBFR service road, Porto Arabia roundabout, the WBFL service road in order to reach the development. For traffic exiting Gewan Island, all will be destined to at Lusail Interchange at grade junction. This proposed arrangement is shown in Figure 2.2 below.

This proposed arrangement is shown in Figure 2.2 below. Figure 2.2: Gewan Island Accessibility Proposed Arrangement

Figure 2.2:

Gewan Island Accessibility Proposed Arrangement

Additional access points are provided via a short water bridges connected to the existing road network of the Pearl Island and the island off the shore of the Ritz Hotel and provide Gewan Island development with further connectivity.

TOPOGRAPHY / G RADING OPOGRAPHY / GRADING

The site allocated to Gewan Island is partially occupied with a treatment plant, cement batching plant and construction materials in addition to temporary offices. The plants, materials and temporary offices will be dismantled and removed to allow for the construction activities to take off. Beyond the temporary installations and the pilled material the existing topography is fairly flat with elevations averaging around +2.80m above sea level.

Reclamation works are proposed to form the final shape of the Island as per the adopted Master Plan up to a ground level of +3.00 above sea level.

The final road grading will be based on the drainage concept where the road finished level will vary between +3.30 and +4.90. Tentative grading levels for Gewan Island internal roads based on the site constraints and the drainage concept was prepared at this stage and presented in the respective section of the Storm water Drainage chapter.

The plots of the central area will excluded from the proposed rough grading due to the proposed underground garage that extend below the whole area, also the theme park plot is excluded from the rough grading since a large portion of this plot will be reclaimed to level +3.00 at once.

ROAD H IERARCHY OAD HIERARCHY

It is obvious from the different manuals that for the given corridors, one cannot propose any major collector as they required more width to accommodate the proposed road furniture. Therefore, being an urban development and with the expected traffic volume, part of the looping tertiary roads has been classified as minor collector/distributor whereas the rest of the roads in this particular area have been classified as local roads to serve the development.

The minor collector classification is given to most of the island internal stretches of road with 15 to 16m ROW, these are the stretches that loop the island and cross from the theme park to the central area and to the private villa plots, and this road is linked to the external main access. The minor collector/distributor road is proposed with on-street parking provided on one side.

The remaining roads in the network have their ROW as 16m but will be classified as local roads since they serve local traffic destined to the island villas or to the Abraj Quartier district of the main pearl island.

ROAD S ECTIONS OAD SECTIONS

As previously highlighted, the given corridor widths is dividing the roads in Gewan Island into two main categories: minor collector/distributor and Local road. The general road type provided by the master plan for the minor collector/distributor road is 2-lanes one way road while the local road is single carriageway with ROW of 16m. All travel lanes within the network are proposed with 3.50m width and on-street parallel parking facility is proposed as 2.5m width and provided on one side except for the local roads. The remaining width is occupied by shared use pathway.

Figure 2.3 below illustrates the typical cross sections of different road types within Gewan Island.

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Gewan Island PK2-Infrastructure Works P ARKING Figure 2.3: Typical Road Cross Sections Every vehicle trip requires

PARKING

Figure 2.3:

Typical Road Cross Sections

Every vehicle trip requires parking at its destination, so parking facilities are an integrated component of the roadway system. Parking is one of the first experiences that people have when traveling to a destination. Convenient and affordable parking are considered a sign of welcome. Parking that is difficult to find, inadequate, inconvenient or expensive would frustrate users.

As far as the on-street provision is concerned, the general principle that would be applied is “on-street parking is not permitted except in designated parking spaces”. On-street parking would be limited and only provided in priority for users such as deliveries, taxis, and corporate visitors (where appropriate related to a specific demand) and short-stay parking (e.g. pick-up, drop-off).

The geometry of car parking layout is provided in the below provided figure.

car parking layout is provided in the below provided figure. R OAD S AFETY Figure 2.4:

ROAD S AFETY OAD SAFETY

Figure 2.4:

Parallel Parking Geometry

Circulation in Gewan Island Island is proposed to be one way through all the road network. Special attention will be given in next design stage to the priority intersection where proper geometric design and signalization will be applicable to ensure road safety.

Traffic control measures including warning signs and marking will be introduced along the road network to emphasize the speed limit and warn users about potential hazards. Additional measures can be introduced to enforce the speed limit if deemed required.

PAVEMENT F INISH T YPES AVEMENT FINISH TYPES

Two types of finishes are adopted for the Roads in the proposed development.

Asphalt

Granite paver blocks.

Granite paver blocks finishes have been proposed for the road at the central park area. And for all the remaining roads asphalt finishes have been proposed.

The road layout with pavement finish type is shown in Figure 2.5.

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Figure 2.5:

Pavement Finish Types

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3 UTILITIES ARRANGEMENT

This section presents the utility sections proposed for internal roads of Gewan Island and utility building facilities considered within Island.

Utility Cross sectionsand utility building facilities considered within Island. As per the adopted master plan following types of

As per the adopted master plan following types of road sections are proposed for the Local roads of project:

- Local Roads with 15m ROW.

- Local Roads with 16m ROW.

- Local Roads with 17m ROW.

- Local Roads with 25m ROW.

The utility disposition was adjusted to accommodate the necessary utilities to fit the project requirements within the proposed tight roads ROW. These sections will be further confirmed at the next design stages.

Figure 3.1 to Figure 3.5 present the proposed utilities disposition cross sections for 15m, 16m, 17m and 25m roads. Also, existing and proposed utilities corridors along the adjacent existing roads are presented at this conceptual stage.

The utilities disposition cross sections will be fine-tuned, if required, at the next design stage.

Utility Buildings Facilitieswill be fine-tuned, if required, at the next design stage. Based on the project requirements, the

Based on the project requirements, the below listed utility facilities are considered within the MP of Gewan Island and presented in Figure 3.11.

- 1 Vacuum Solid Waste station located within the Utility Facility Area.

- 1 Underground Potable Water Reservoir and pumping station located under the Golf Course plot.

- 1 HEX Building located under the Club house parking.

- 1 Underground Irrigation Reservoir and pumping station located under the Club house parking.

- 4 Sewage pumping stations: 1 located under the Central Park, 1 near utility area under Golf Course Plot and 2 within the Villas Island area.

- 2 Electrical Outdoor Substations located within the Park area.

- 1 Electrical Outdoor Substation located within the Utility Facility Area at the Golf Course Plot.

- 1 CCTV located within the Utility Facility Area at the Golf Course Plot.