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REF: R DATE:

To,

Kind Attn:
Sub : Work order for the civil works for our project namely”
Ref : 1) tender documents for the subjected work.
2) Your Offer Letter dated and THE Negotiations HELD WITH DIRECTORS

Dear Sir,

With reference to above documents and the subsequent negotiation’s, we

are pleased to appoint you on a non-exclusive basis as our contractor

(“Contractor”) to carry out civil and other allied works as mentioned in the

mmrda specifications ( as indicated in the project brief and scope of work)

(defined hereinafter) for…………………………………………………….. The Scope

of Work and other conditions are mentioned herein below in this

agreement “Agreement”).

This agreement has to be read in conjunction with the contract conditions

general conditions of the contract, technical specifications of the

contract, etc. the items description which inadvertently left out in this

agreement shall be derived from the contract documents which was duly

accepted and signed by you.

THE ORDER OF PRECEDENCE:

1. Contract documents which was accepted and signed by you.

2. This agreement.

3. Relevant i.s.codes.

. Drawings.

4. Written instructions from the client/consultant.

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1. SCOPE OF WORK :

The scope of work shall comprise of entire civil works inclusive of all

other works such as excavation ,backfilling,

rcc,brickwork/blockwork,internal external plaster, ug and o.h tank, lmr,

compound wall as per the bldg. size aving 6 m all around the building

exclusive of fixing chequred tiles, u.g.tank, o.h tank ,civil work for the stp

tank, ,as mentioned in the project brief and scope of work.

2. CONTRACT VALUE :

The contract value for the above work shall be Rs._660.51 per sft

exclusive of service tax and vat but inclusive of lbt. The approximate

construction area shall be (calculated once the final drawings are

received from the architect).Approximate construction area is

…………………This area calculation may vary in case if any modification

carried out in the drawing. Hence the contract value of the work order

shall be (the amount shall be calculated based on the area once the final

drawings are received)

The Contract Value is inclusive of all taxes, Duties, Levies, Transportation

and Octroi etc. but excluding Service Tax and VAT and nothing extra will

be paid on any other account. Taxes shall be paid at actual. This amount

is subject to variation on account of alteration/addition/deletion/omission

etc. The Contract Value of the Works is estimated and the final Contract

Value shall be as per actual execution at the site on completion of the

Works.

Any new statutory tax introduced/withdrawn (+ or -) by Central or Sale

Govt. will be adjusted accordingly to requirements of law.

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3. TERMS OF PAYMENT:

KINDLY REFER THE ANNEXURE “A”

4. RETENTION MONEY:

Retention money @5% of the Consideration shall be deducted on pro rata

basis from each RA Bill 50% (Fifty Percent Only) of this shall be released

after issue of provisional completion and balance 50% after successful

completion of defects Liability period, which shall be six (6) months from

the date of the final completion certificate. However, this amount may be

released on submission of Bank Guarantee (Bank Guarantee to be strictly

in the format enclosed as Annexure C) of the like amount, valid up to the

expiry of Defects Liability period.

5. CERTIFICATION & PAYMENT:

The payment of R.A. Bills shall be made with twenty-one (21) days after

submission of bills, complete with all details and measurements and

reconciliation of materials provided by the Company, if any, after

deduction of statutory deductions. All running payments will be

considered as Advance Payments. The Contractor shall submit monthly

bills.

The final bill shall be submitted by the Contractor within 30 (Thirty)

working days of the date of the Provisional Completion Certificate. The

final bill shall be certified by the Company, at its sole discretion, within

sixty (60) working days from the date of the receipt of the bill. The

payment to the Contractor shall be made by the Company within Twenty-

one (21) working days of the Provisional Completion Certificate.

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“Provisional Completion” of the Works shall mean the completion of the

Works except minor defects and snags, rectification of which by the

Contractor shall lead to “Final Completion” of the Works. The

Company/Project Head shall issue a Provisional Completion Certificate to

the Contractor as and when the Works are provisionally complete and a

Final Completion Certificate when the Works are finally complete.

6. DEFECTS LIABILITY PERIOD:

- The contractor will guarantee the executed work for a period of 12


months after completion of entire work and handing over the building to
the client. The defect liability period shall be counted from the day the
building handed over to the client/ . Should there be any defects during
the period of guarantee the contractor shall immediately; get the same
rectified to the satisfaction of owner’s Architect / Site Supervisor / Allotted
Customers. The said rectification process will be undertaken by the
contractor free of cost and the contractor shall use all the materials in
respect thereof as per the quality approved by owner’s Architect /
Engineer. The contractor will not only rectify the said defects but also get
the finishes work done, which, might have been destroyed due to the
defects of the work done by the contractor as per this contract. The
rectification of the said finishes work will also be undertaken by the
contractor or the person authorized by the owner if in case contractor
fails to do. However, the cost of such rectification of finishes over and
above the rectification of Civil Work will be absolutely borne and paid by
the contractor. If in case contractor fails to rectify the defects the cost of
such rectification of finishes over and above the rectification of Civil Work
+ 10% overheads & incidental costs will be debited to contractor from
retention amount.

7. EXTRA ITEMS:

The Company reserves the right to alter the scope of the Works

(addition/deletion) and consequently the Contract Value shall be suitably

adjusted for such changes by reference to the rates in the Schedule of

Rates.

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The Contractor shall not be entitled to claim for loss or anticipated profits,

for mobilization of additional resources, or for any other such reason on

account of any alteration in scope of the Works by the Company.

In case any extra items are required as a consequence of addition to the

scope of the Works, the Contractor shall be entitled to a mark up of 15%

(for Contractor’s Profit and Over Head) which shall be paid above the total

cost of material and labour for such extra items.

8. STATUTORY OBLIGATIONS & REQUIREMENTS:

A) As per statutory provisions, deductions shall be made on account

of Income Tax/Works Contract Tax and other statutory

deductions etc., from the Contractor’s bills as applicable and

nothing extra shall be payable on this account.

B) The Contractor shall abide by all applicable Central, State and/or

local labour laws with respect to all the labour/manpower

engaged for this work. In the event of any liability on the

Company, by virtue of its being the Principal Employer, due to the

Contractor’s failure to comply with applicable Central, State

and/or local laws, the Contractor shall indemnify and reimburse

the amount payable by the Company and its directors,

employees, representatives, consultants, agents and other third

parties on this account.

C) The Contractor must submit to the Company evidence towards

deposit of the following charges/Levies/cess etc. by what ever

name called, in the form of self attested (duly acknowledged )

copies of the Pay-in slips/challans for respective period., to

relevant authorities as under:


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I. Welfare Cess, deposited with cess collector, as per Section 3 of

the Building and other Construction Workers Welfare Act, 1996.

II. PF and pension out of PF contributions payable as per Section 6

and Section 6A of The Employees’ Provident Funds and

Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952.

III. Contribution towards the ESIC, payable under Employees State

Insurance Act, 1948.

9. TIME PERIOD & LIQUIDATED DAMAGES:

The total contract period shall be 24 Months from the date of Agreement.

The work shall be generally carried out in tandem with the progress of

other agencies achieving the milestones drawn in the activity charts and

provided to the Contractor. The Parties agree and acknowledge that time

is essence of this Contract. If the Works are not completed by the

Contractor with in the scheduled completion time, the Contractor shall

pay @ 0.5% of the Contract Value per week or part thereof subject to a

maximum of 5% of the Contract Value by way of liquidated damages.

However, extension(s) if any have to be obtained in writing from the

Contractor, well in advance of completion dates. Undue hindrances in the

Project progress due to the nature of the project, that are not directly

attributable to the Contractor, will however be considered before invoking

this clause. The Company shall be entitled to deduct the liquidated

damages from R.A. Bills and /or the bank guarantee provided by the

Contractor.

10. APPROVAL OF MATERIALS:

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Samples of materials to be used in work shall be approved by the

Consultant/Project Head well in advance before taking up the execution.

For the purposes of this Contract, “Consultant/Project

Head/Engineer/CMC/Architect shall mean any person or company

appointed by the Company for the purpose of the Project.

11. CO-ORDINATION WITH OTHER AGENCIES:

The Contractor shall co-ordinate with other agencies to create work front

for the scope of the Works and to achieve completion by due date

stipulated. No co-ordination charges will be paid to the Contractor for co-

ordination with other agencies appointed by the Contractor.

12. EXISTING FACILITIES:

The Contractor shall ensure while working that no damages are done to

other facilities or property at the project site or otherwise, and will make

all necessary provisions to protect the same while executing the Works at

the Project site and if required, proper screening of Project site will be

done so that other neighborhood buildings/ facilities are not disturbed.

13. UTILITIES:

The procurement of electricity and water for the Works shall be the

responsibility of the Company. The Company provides electricity and/or

water to the Contractor at one point. The Contractor shall provide

adequate lighting at all Work fronts and/ or localized zones. Providing of


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lighting to access routes to such Work front/localized zones from a safety

point of view shall be the absolute responsibility of the Contractor.

Company is responsible only for providing the electric connection. The

payment for same shall be borne by the contractor.

Temporary lighting, electricity and supply installation, fittings, and like

shall be installed in strict accordance with the appropriate Indian

Standards and Electricity Act. In the event that the Contractor uses DG

Set, the Contractor shall at all times comply with applicable

environmental and safety laws of the Central Government, State

Government and/or local authorities, as may be applicable.

Further it may be noted that in case of second agency start working the

course of construction period, and if power is required for the other

agency; a sub meter shall be installed by the Deep Homes and

Construction Put Ltd for the other agency and recover appropriate charges

from them. Contractor shall be the responsible person for making the

electricity payment for the electrical units consumed by contractor. Deep

Homes and Construction LLP shall not be held responsible for the same.

14. INSURANCE:

The Contractor shall insure in the joint names of the Company and the

Contractor, against all losses or damage during transit, storage,

execution, commissioning of the Works, workmen’s compensation etc.,

from any and all causes (including CAR), and as may be required by law.
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The Contractor shall take out necessary Insurance Policies for the due

execution of the Contract for the complete duration of the Contract. A

copy of all the Insurance Policies shall be submitted to the Company for

necessary records. The Contractor shall ensure that the Company is

named as the loss payee in all insurance policies obtained by the

Contractor.

15. IDEMNITY:

The Contractor shall comply with and fulfill all its duties and obligations

as applicable, including compliance with all applicable laws, rules and

regulations. The Contractor shall also indemnify the Company and/or

Project Head against any claims whatsoever on the same during and after

the completion of the Project for any loss, damages, expenses suffered by

the Company and /or Project Head as a result of the Contractor’s failure to

fulfill its duties and obligations under the Contract or its negligence or

default.

16. CONTRACTORS SITE OFFICE:

Adequate space shall be provided to the Contractor within the Project site

to enable the Contractor to establish their site office, stores etc. At the

Contractor’s cost. The Contractor shall demolish and remove their site

office, storage etc., on completion of the Works. However, the Contractor

shall make its own arrangement for labor hutment outside the Project site

at its own cost. The Contractor has to make his own arrangement for

labour hutment outside the premises of the Project site at the own cost.

17. HOUSE-KEEPING:

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The Contractor shall clear the area of work of all the debris, muck, mud

etc. generated during the course of the Works and keep the Project site

clean and tidy. The debris should be cleaned on a regular basis and

disposed off to a suitable location identified by the Contractor at its own

cost.

18. SAFETY & HOUSEKEEPING::

Safety is of prime importance for Works of this nature. The Contractor

shall follow strict safety guidelines and shall adopt all necessary safety

measures for the due execution of the Works as per the safety guidelines

at the Project site as may be provided to the Contractor from time to time

by the Project Head and/or the Company and/or Consultant.

Safety:
Contractor shall be entirely responsible for the safety & security of his
labours, equipment, & machinery at site. Laborer’s safety and insurance is
contractor’s responsibility. One of contractor Engineers/Supervisors would
be assigned additional task as contractors Safety Representative.
Contractor shall ensure that no nuisance is caused to the adjoining
property of the Owner.
Contractor should take adequate precautions for safety at site by
providing safety belts, helmets etc for workers & owners representative
also at site. Safety helmets, shoes, belts, working platforms, etc required
at working levels for labours and employees of Contractor and shall be
adhered by the Contractor. Safety helmet, gumboots must be worn by
labour & safety belt to be used compulsory for external working and those
labourer’s working on scaffolding. Penalty shall be levied for violating
these clauses. +
All temporary / permanent electrical connections should be checked
before work. Labourers with Barefoot/Slippers are not allowed at site. If
any accident occurs due to the negligence of the above mentioned safety
norms the contractor will solely be responsible for the same and
compensation if any will only be payable by contractor. Contractor will be

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responsible for electrical wires/cable insulation and protection provided
for the operations of mixer, vibrators, hoist and water pumps etc.
Contractor to ensure that the other equipment’s of the Owner and/or of its
other contractors is not damaged or the work carried out by others is not
in any manner withheld due to the work under present contract being
executed. The Contractor shall be responsible for any damage to the work
done during the progress of the work owing to his negligence and shall
make good any loss or damage.
If any accident TAKING place on account of negligence of above
mentioned safety norms, the contractor shall be solely responsible for all
consequences arising out of the above and the client is
absolved/indemnified from all claims/compensation/liabilities of
whatsoever nature payable by the Contractor to workmen.

The Contractor is aware that while execution of the contract it may so


happen that the people at large in the vicinity and/ or property abutting the
periphery of the plot may be at risk or may get damaged due to an act of
the contractor, their workmen or otherwise. In the event of happening of
such an event the Contactor subject to force majeure undertakes to be
solely responsible for all the liabilities/ claims/ suits/ demands of any
nature whatsoever raised by any person/s sans recourse/ reference to the
owner i.e. the company herein. The rates shall be inclusive of preparatory
work, providing protecting majors to protect the life and property at site
and also to ensure 100% safety of customers and personnel using the
premises.

Cleaning:
Regular cleaning of the site shall be done by the Contractor (for his own
job) and the debris shall be collected at a specific location on the ground
floor as per the instruction of the Project manager to maintain good
working conditions failing which the Owner reserves the right to get it
done from the other agency and debit the expenses incurred against the
job to the main Contractor. Debit will be done accordingly actual labour
cost + 15% overheads & incidental cost. Debit note to be duly signed by
Contractor & Owners representative

Storage Space:
The owner shall provide a space for contractor’s materials, tools etc. All
materials, labour and any other expense required for making the space
lockable and secure is contractor’s responsibility. However Owner shall
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not be responsible for any damage or privilege or theft. Contractor shall
remove or reshift his materials as and when required or instructed by
project in charge at no extra costs to us. Contractor will vacate, dismantle
and remove from site all contractors establishment immediately after
completion of work and clean and level the ground properly.

19. SPECIFICATIONS:

The entire Work shall confirm strictly to as per relevant specification.

(Refer the technical specifications of the contract)

20. BAR/PERT CHART:

The Contractor will be required to furnish detailed works

programme/micro level BAR/PERT Chart in relation to the overall

completion time. Weekly project co-ordination meeting will be held at the

Project Site to monitor above programme/progress and wherever required.

Suitable modification shall have to be made by the Contractor to achieve

overall targets. A Project manager of the Contractor of requisite

experience will need to be stationed at the Project site during execution

period of ensure co-ordination, quality, safety, progress etc. and to update

the Company, Architect/CMC and /or the Project Head (as may be required

from time to time) about the progress as well as replying to their queries.

21. TERMINATION:

21.1 Termination for by the Company

21.1.1 Termination for convenience:

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The Company shall have the right to terminate this Contract at any

time after giving 15 (fifteen) days written notice to the Contractor in

case the Project is abandoned and without responsibility or liability

to pay any compensation to the Contractors other than, the

Contractor’s entitlement to be paid the Contract Value only for the

Works actually completed up to the time of such termination.

21.1.2 Termination due to default of the Contractor:

The Company shall have the right to terminate this Contract,

without prejudice to any other right or remedy, on the occurrence of

any of the default events listed below by giving the Contractor thirty

(30) days notice thereof:

(i) If the Contractor is adjudged bankrupt or becomes subject to

voluntary or involuntary proceedings under any bankruptcy or

insolvency law or the Contractor makes a general assignment

for the benefit of its creditors, or if a receiver is appointed on

account of the Contractor’s insolvency /bankruptcy; or

(ii) If the Contractor persistently or repeatedly refuses to carry

out the Works diligently;

(iii) If the Contractor fails to provide requisite manpower for

completion of the Works;

(iv) If the Contractor causes undue delay in the completion of the

Works; or

(v) If the Contractor contravenes or breaches any provision of this

Contract

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The Contractor shall be entitled to be paid for the Works

actually completed by it till the effective date of termination.

The Company shall have the right to make use of all or any

Equipments of the of the Contractor for completion of the

Works. The Employer shall be entitled to appoint a new

contractor or contractors to continue to complete the Works

and the contractors shall in such case lose and forfeit all their

interest whatsoever under this Contract except their claim for

Contract Value only up to the extent of Works completed by

the Contractor.

22. ARBITRATION:

All disputes arising out of or in connection with or relating to this Contract

and all questions affecting the Parties in respect of the said Works shall

be referred to arbitration by a sole arbitrator in accordance with a

provisions of Indian Arbitration and conciliation Act, 1996 (as may be

amended from time to time). Venue for Arbitration proceedings shall be at

New Delhi and language of arbitration shall be English. The award of the

arbitrator shall be final and binding on the Parties.

23. JURISDICTION:

Subject to the provisions of contract, the Courts in Thane alone shall have

the sole and exclusive jurisdiction in respect of any matter arising under
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or in connection with or relating to this Contract referred to the Courts for

adjudication with reference to the arbitration agreement or any other

matter arising thereof. No other court shall have jurisdiction in any

litigation arising between the Parties.

24. GOVERNING LAW:

This Contract shall be governed and construed in accordance with the

Indian Laws and State of Maharashtra Laws.

25. ENTIRE AGREEMENT:

The contents of this Contract supersede any prior oral or written

understandings with respect to the works between the Parties.

26. AMENDMENT ETC:

No modification, alteration or amendment of this Contract or any of its

terms or provisions shall be valid or legally binding on the parties unless

made in writing duly executed by or on behalf of both the parties hereto.

The terms and conditions contained herein supersede the provision terms

in your quotation.

This work order shall be read in conjunction with the following which was

duly agreed by you before quoting for the job. These signed documents

form the part and parcel of the contract.

1. Project brief and scope of work.


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2. Technical specification of the work.

3. General conditions of the contract.

4. Special conditions of the contract.

5. Annexure b –tentative drawings.

6. Annexure “a” payment schedule

Extra items: If any extra items other than scope of this work order, the

Contractor shall intimate to the Owner and then accordingly a work order

for extra work will be issued by the Owner. Extra items are to be

executed, the basis for arriving at the rate shall be – actual cost of

materials/consumables (if in scope of contractor) + labour + 15%

overheads/profit. The Contractor shall not carry out any extra works other

than the scope of work mentioned in this work order without receiving

order, in such case the bill for the same shall not be paid by the Owner.

The extra items shall be verified by the consultant and approved by the

Directors ONLY.

27. OWNER SUPPLY OF MATERIALS:

THE FOLLOWING MATERIAL SHALL B SUPPLIED FREE OF COST BY THE

OWNER:

1.REINFORCEMENT.

2.CEMENT.

3.FLY ASH

4.PLASTICISER.

5. INCASE OF RMC SUPPLIED BY THE CLIENT ON REQUEST OF THE

CONTRACTOR, THE MATERIAL CONSUMPTION EXCLUSIVE OF FREE

SUPPLY MATERIAL ALONG WITH THE LABOUR COMPONNENT SHALL BE

DEDUCTED FROM THE CONTRATOR R.A. BILLS.

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The contractor has to submit the detailed reconciliation statement along

with each and every bill, without submission of the same no payment shall

be certified by the Client’s Engineer.

The contractor has to provide the detailed mix design for various concrete

grades before the commencement of the RCC work. The contractor has to

execute the concrete as per the mix design only. Only for lean concrete

and pcc the nominal mix shall be approved. For any type of structural

concrete the contractor has to do the concreting as per the mix design

only. The contractor has to establish a lab consists of ctm, sieve analysis

sieves, 18 cube moulds, slump cone, weighing scale silt jar etc to

felicitate for verification of materials and concrete strength etc.

MATERIAL & WORKMANSHIP:

Contractor shall not accept defective material at any cost.. Proper

stacking and storage of material would be Contractors responsibility at

specified location. Defective material shall not be used.

Cement: Storing cement in proper condition at site is contractor’s

responsibility.. Cement, shall be purchased from known brands and from

reputed dealers, it shall be responsibility of the Contractor to satisfy

himself regarding quality of cement by physical inspection prior to use.

The recommended brands are Ultra tech, Abuja, ACC,coromodal, when

ever the cement brand changed the contractor has to submit the design

mix before using the cement. Without the design mix no concrete shall be

permitted.

Steel: . Contractor shall make provisions for adequate and safe storage of

steel issued to him. Steel, to be purchased by CLIENT from known brands

and from reputed dealers, it shall be responsibility of the contractor to

satisfy himself regarding quality and that the steel supplied is as per
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relevant Indian Standard Specifications.Every batch of the steel should

accommodate the test certificate particulary indicating the rerolled %

used in the steel . For every procurement of 100 mt steel the third party

test certificate is mandatory and the cost of the same is included in the

contract. The contractor will be required to submit reconciliation

statement.

Contractor Supplied Material: All conventional shuttering

materials shall be in the scope of the contractor. Contractor should

provide required shuttering to achieve the progress of work as per agreed

construction schedule. Contractor shall arrange for all fuel / Oil required

for operating machinery like lift, mixers, vibrators or any other machinery,

shuttering brought by Contractor.). Plywood shuttering only be permitted

by the owners.

Material Specifications: Material Supplied by contractor (Shuttering)

shall be as per the design approved by the Project Manager. All shuttering

in contact with RCC members shall be new. Plastic coated ply of required

thickness shall be used for conventional shuttering. Supporting structure

shall be M.S.

Cement Consumption norm:

Item Cement
Brief Description Per
No. Consumption
1. P.C.C. 1:4:8 9 bags 100 cft
2. P.C.C. 1:3:6 12 bags 100 cft
3. Concrete (for reference only)
M15 6.2Bag Or as Cum
s per
M20 6.8Bag design Cum
s Mix.
M25 7.0Bag Cum
s
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M30 7.4Bag Cum
s
M35 8.0Bag Cum
s
M40 8.2Bag Cum
s
4. 300mm wide channel in Podium 0.9 bags Rmt
5. 9” Brickwork in cm 1:6 3 bags 100 sft
Basement
6. 9” Brickwork in cm 1:5 3.75 bags 100 sft
7. 9” Brickwork in cm 1:4 4.5 bags 100 sft
8. 6” Brickwork in cm 1:5 2.5 bags 100 sft
9. 41/2” Brickwork in cm 1:4 1.70 bags 100 sft
10. Brick on edge 3” thk. (1:3 cm) 1.70 bags 100 sft
11. Block masonry 100mm thk. (1:5 0.60 bag 100 sft
12. Block masonry 140mm (1:5 cm) 0.75 bag 100 sft
cm)
13. Block masonry 150mm (1:5 cm) 1.1 bag 100 sft
14. Block masonry 200mm (1:5 cm) 1.5 bag 100 sft
15. Siporex masonry 100mm (1:5 cm) 0.75 bag 100 sft
16. Siporex masonry 150mm (1:5 cm) 0.75 bag 100 sft
17. Siporex masonry 200mm (1:5 cm) 1.00 bags 100 sft
18. 12mm thk. internal cement 1.5 bags 100 sft
plaster to slabs/beams, walls (1:4
cm)
19. ½” thk. Backing coat plaster in 1.5 bags 100 sft
20. Sand faced plaster in 2 coats 3.5 bags 100 sft
C.M. 1:4
21. Sand faced single coat plaster 2.0 bags 100 sft
(20mm thk.)
22. 50mm thk. IPS Layer in M15 3.5 bags 100 sft
(20mm thk.)
grade
Note: - Cement consumption for all concrete items shall be considered
on the basis of Mix design based on IS 456: 2000.

BASIC PRICES OF THE MATERIALS:

WATER AND ELECTRICITY: Water and and Electricity shall be provided at


one point. The contractor has to make the necessary arrangement to
distribute the same. Electricity cost shall bear by the contractor for his
construction activities. To monitor the same the contractor has to
establish a tested sub meter at his convenient location and the power

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shall be drawn through the sub meter only. The contractor has to maintain
the register regarding the meter reading which shall be jointly signed by
the contractor and the client representative.

SECURITY: The security of the materials shall be the responsibility of


the contractor only.

Mode of measurement and methodology of payment:

This shall be according to the details provided in the tender document


which was duly accepted by you.

DRAWINGS: THE CLIENT SHALL PROVIDE 2 COPIES OF THE DRG.IN CASE


OF ADDITIONAL COPIES REQUIRED THE CONTRACTOR HAS TO ARRAGE
FOR THE ADDITIONAL COPIES AT HIS COST.

DAILY REPORT AND POUR CARD: CONTRACTOR HAS TO SUBMIT THE


DAILY PROGRESS REPORT IN THE PRESCIBED FORMAT ON EACH DAY
BEFORE 11 AM. NO CONCRETE SHALL BE PERMITTED WITHOUT THE
POUR CARD DULY SIGNED BY THE CLIENT ENGINEER.

MATERIAL ENTRY AND EXIT: ANY MATERIALS BOUGHT BY THE


CONTRACOTR HAS TO BE RECORDED WITH THE SECURITY STAFF AND
THE COPY OF THE SAME HAS TO BE GIVEN TO THE ENGINEER IN
CHARGE. NO MATERIAL SHALL BE PERM ITTED TO TAKEN OUT WITH OUT
THE PROPER GATE PASSED SIGNED BY THE ENGINEER IN-CHARGE.

HYGINIC CONDITIONS: THE CONTRACTOR HAS TO ESTABLISH A WC AND


BATH FOR THE WORKERS AT HIS OWN COST AND THE SAME SHOULD BE
MAINTAINED NEAT AND CLEAN.

CONTRACTORS STAFF: The contractor has to hire a competent

supervisory staff who understand the drawing and concrete

methodologies. In case of contractor couldn’t hire such a staff company

may hire such a staff and deduct in the payment towards the staff salary.
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We are sending this work order in duplicate. Kindly sign the duplicate in

token of your acceptance of all terms and conditions of this letter and

return the same to us.The contractor has to hire an engineer with min

10years experience and 2 supervisors from the day one of the

construction.

We look forward to your support and cooperation in timely completion of

the work.

Thanking you,

Yours sincerely,

For

AGREED AND ACCEPTED TO

CARRY OUT THE WORKS

DIRECTOR CONTRACTOR.

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