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KERALA WATER AUTHORITY

DEPOSIT WORK- DRINKING WATER SUPPLY SCHEME TO


CENTRAL UNIVERSITY OF KERALA AT PERIYA IN
KASARAGOD DIST. - CONSTRUCTION OF INTAKE WELL
CUM PUMP HOUSE AND APPROACH ROAD , SUPPLYING
AND LAYING RAW WATER PUMPING MAIN,
CONSTRUCTION OF 4 MLD WATER TREATMENT PLANT
AND SUPPLY AND ERECTION OF PUMP SETS

TENDER No - 40/2017-18/PHC/KNR
DUE DATE – 16/02/2018 UPTO 5.00 PM

NOTICE INVITING TENDER


VOLUME II

SCOPE OF WORK

OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDING ENGINEER, P.H CIRCLE,


KANNUR.

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KERALA WATER AUTHORITY

DRINKING WATER SUPPLY SCHEME TO CENTRAL UNIVERSITY OF


KERALA AT PERIYA IN KASARAGOD DISTRICT

NOTICE INVITING TENDER

VOLUME II - SCOPE OF WORK

CONTENTS

Page No.

1. General Scope of Work 03-04


Part I 05 -13
Part II 14 – 24
Part III 25 – 44
Part IV 45– 48
Drawings

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INTRODUCTION

This tender is invited for the Design, construction, commissioning and maintenance of
intake well cum pump house of 8.00 M dia in Karichery River at downstream of
Monnamkadavu Bridge , side protection work ,RR masonry wall , approach bridge and
approach road and supplying and fixing 5 tonne capacity revolving type gantry crane,
supplying, laying, testing, trial running, commissioning and maintenance of 250mm dia DI
K9 raw water pumping main between intake well cum pumphouse and treatment plant at
Central University Compound for a length of 6900m, Design, construction, trial running,
commissioning and maintenance of 4.00 MLD output capacity treatment plant (rapid sand
filter) and allied structures at Central University Compound including construction of
Watchman cabin and compound wall and Supply, erection, trial running, commissioning and
maintenance of 2 Nos.60 HP VT pump sets at intake well cum pump house. After the
completion, trial run and successful commissioning of the Project, the system shall be run,
operated and maintained by the contractor for a period of 12 months and the total guarantee
period of the work shall be 24 months. All rectification works on all components of the
Project installed as a part of this contract including supply of all spares, pipes, electrical
accessories required for repair during the maintenance guarantee period is also included in
the scope of this contract.
The site of the proposed drinking water supply scheme to Central University Periya
in Hosdurg Taluk of Kasaragod District of Kerala State. The nearest railway station is
Kanhangad at a distance of 12 km , the nearest sea port is Mangalore at about 80 Km and the
nearest air port is Bajppe (Mangalore) at about 83 Km from the site.

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Scope of this work is described in seven Parts as detailed below:


PART I :
Design, construction, commissioning and maintenance of intake well cum pump house of
8.00 M dia at Moonamkadavu, side protection work, approach bridge, compound wall and
approach road and supplying and fixing 5 tonne capacity revolving type gantry crane.
PART II:
Supplying, laying, testing, trial running, commissioning and maintenance of 250mm dia DI
K9 raw water pumping main between intake well cum pumphouse and treatment plant at
central university campus for a length of 6900m.
PART III:
Design, construction, trial running, commissioning and maintenance of 4.00 MLD treatment
plant at Central University campus.
PART IV:
Supply, erection, trial running, commissioning and maintenance of 2 Nos.60 HP VT pump
sets at intake well cum pump house

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PART I – DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, COMMISSIONING AND MAINTENANCE


OF INTAKE WELL CUM PUMP HOUSE OF 8.00 M DIA AT MONNAMKADAVU,
SIDE PROTECTION WORK, COMPOUND WALL AND APPROACH ROAD AND
SUPPLYING AND FIXING 5 TONNE CAPACITY REVOLVING TYPE GANTRY
CRANE

1.1 GENERAL INFORMATIONS

The scope of this work includes the design and construction of an intake well
cum pumphose at Moonamkadavu in Karichery River for the proposed drinking water
supply scheme to Central University in Hosdurg Taluk of Kasaragod District including
necessary side protection work , approach bridge, compound wall and approach road.

1.2 ENGINEERING AND TECHNICAL INFORMATION OF THE PROPOSED


PROJECT.
1.2.1 The Contractor should construct the well with internal diameter of 8m, with
steining thickness of minimum 40cm and minimum height 16.00m (from the bottom
floor slab to the top of RCC plug) by open excavation or by sinking in all classes of
soil, granite rock by chiseling in wet conditions including construction of necessary
temporary bund, bailing out water etc which are found necessary. The tentative location
of the well site is shown in the layout Plan. The top of RCC plug inside the steining
shall be at + 4.00m or as directed by Engineer in charge depending on prevailing site
condition. The average bed level of the river is +9.00m. The top of floor slabs shall be
at the level + 20.00. The slabs shall be designed and constructed to accommodate 4
Nos. VT Pump sets of capacity not less than 60 HP each considering the future demand
and shall be capable of withstanding all loads including vibration while running all the
pump sets simultaneously. Suitable openings with RCC cross beams shall be provided
in slab for the erection of 4 Nos. VT Pump sets. Steel girders of ISHB having suitable
size should be used to support the form work to cast the bottom floor slab of the well.
RCC platforms of semicircular in shape should be provided inside the well along the
periphery at 3.00m and 6.00 m below the floor slab at suitable locations with a
minimum thickness of 20 cm in order to facilitate dewatering of the well for the
removal of silt if required. MS Ladder with antiskid steps and handrails should be
provided between the floor slab and intermediate platforms.

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1.2.2 The steining of the well shall be constructed with RCC M20.The end of last span
of pipe carrying approach bridge shall rest in the steining. The bottom of the well
shall be plugged with RCC. The well shall be properly seated in rock by inserting
dowel rods. RCC foot steps having width not less than 30CM with S.S handrails along
periphery shall be provided to facilitate the entry to the bottom of well. 1.10 meter
wide RCC walk way all around the outer side by extending floor slab of well shall be
provided. The RCC walk way shall have a minimum average thickness of 15 CM. 50
mm GI handrails shall be provided with RCC post 0.90m height. The pump house
shall have a total height of 7.5 m above the top floor slab of well. The Pump House
shall be of RCC framed structure with columns and ring beams at different levels
besides the lintels for openings in the side wall. Framed structure shall be designed by
providing at least 8 columns The wall of Pump House shall be with laterite masonry in
CM 1:5. RCC bracket of required size connected with circular slab of 75 cm wide
having minimum 25 cm thickness shall be provided at the suitable height to provide
rotating type gantry girder arrangement having a minimum lifting capacity of 5.00
Tonne. RCC roof slab of thickness not less than 15 cm with RCC beams shall be
provided. Necessary Parapet wall shall be provided with laterite masonry in CM 1:5
over the roof slab. The structural design mentioned in this scope of work are minimum
to be provided and the successful tenderer has the responsibility of providing dimension
more than the minimum specified based on design and sound engineering practices
without any extra cost. The work shall also include all finishing works including
plastering, white washing, painting with acrylic best quality exterior paint over primary
coat to the satisfaction of Departmental Officers. 5 Nos. powder coated Aluminium
windows of size 1.50 m x 1.50 m with glazed shutters of 4 mm thick glass panels and 7
Nos. powder coated aluminium ventilators of size 1.5 m x 0.75 m with glazed shutters,
all having opening facility, fittings etc. MS grill work shall be provided for all windows
and ventilators. A front opening with rolling shutters of size 3.00m x 2.80 m shall be
provided for the Pump House at floor slab level. Inlet arrangements of water to the well
to facilitate drawal of water at different levels depending on the reservoir level is
through openings in the well steining as per the direction of Engineer in charge. The
arrangements shall be properly designed with SS Screen made up of 10mm SS
rods fixed in the suitable channel frames.

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1.2.3 Leading channel


A leading channel of 8.00 m Length with top of bottom slab at river bed level (+9.00m)
shall be provided towards the river from the periphery of the well in order to facilitate
the easy entry of water in to the well. 500mm DI K9 pipe of minimum length 12m shall
be provided from leasing channel to the kayam of the river for leading water from
kayam to the leading channel as per the direction of departmental officers. The
minimum width of the leading channel shall be 2.50 m at bottom with a base concrete
of 10 cm thick with RCC M 20 base slab of minimum thickness 20.00cm The side wall
shall be of RCC M20 , 20 cm minimum thickness with a minimum height of 3.00 m at
river end and 5.00 m at well side with cover slab of 12.00 mm thick. The cover slab
shall be constructed with RCC M20 concrete with dismantling facilities or facilities to
enter in to the leading channel from the top of the leading channel for cleaning.
Necessary MS grill opening shall be provided at the river end and at top as per the
direction of the departmental officers.

1.2.4 Gantry Girder


Design, manufacture, supply, installation and testing of 5T capacity Electrically and
manually operated overhead crane arrangements suitably positioned on appropriate
ISHB steel sections used as main girder carbon steel for circulating railing and grooved
wheels. The entire assembly shall be capable for three dimensional lifting operations
covering the entire pump house area. The whole mechanism must be easily operated
from the pump house floor and all the rotating parts shall be fit to with suitable bearings
of international quality. The non collinear transmission shaft incorporated if any shall
be joined with stearing cross and rivets. The gear box transmission arrangements of the
crane must be designed for smooth and easier operation. The motors and other electrical
fittings connected with the crane shall comply to the relevant Indian standards. All
necessary safety stoppers, overload protection, earthing etc. shall be provided. The
entire installations shall be painted using aluminum paint after two priming coat. An
operation manual of the same also to be supplied.
1.3 AN OUTLINE OF REQUIREMENT IN REESPECT OF WELL & PUMPHOUSE
1.3.1 Construction of RCC well with internal diameter of 8m. and minimum 16.0m
below the floor level of the Pump House.
1.3.2 The contractor should construct the well by open well excavation or by sinking,
above water and under water in all classes of soil and granite rock in wet conditions.

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Blasting in rocky strata should not be carried out under any circumstances. Chiselling in
hard rock (where blasting is prohibited) shall be carried out wherever necessary
according to the site condition as per relevant PWD Standard specifications.
1.3.3 The layout of the pump house should be spacious, convenient and appealing.
1.3.4. The architectural feature of the pump house shall be attractive. The structures
should present a pleasing appearance with aesthetic features both inside and outside.
1.3.5. All constructions are to be with mix M 20 or richer mix.
1.3.6. The floor slabs of pump house will be designed considering vibration of pump
sets.
1.3.7. Dewatering arrangements in all respects, side protection, river diversion bunds
and necessary protection work during construction to be arranged by the contractor.
1.3.8. All construction joints should be treated leak proof with latest techniques such as
providing water bars.
1.3.9 Nos of MH cover of size 90 x 90 cm with MS fabrication are to be provided
painted with anti corrosive paints
1.3.10 RCC steps of 30cm wide with hand rails are to be provided for the access to the
bottom of well.
1.3.11 All roof projections should be at least 60 cm beyond bearing walls to protect the
wall and to be provided with water cutting, parapet around the roof slab of pump house
1.3.12 A walkway of 110cm wide with hand rails to be provided around the well at
floor level
1.3.13. The pump house shall be provided with necessary wiring installation with power
plug , lighting and 2 Nos of exhaust fan also to be provided in the pump house as per
the direction of the departmental officers.
1.3.14. Inside and outside cement plastering of pump house to be with cement mortar
mix not weaker than CM 1:3
1.3.15. All steel structures to be painted two coats rust proof with latest Epoxy anti
corrosive paint over a priming coat
1.3.16. The contractor has to make his own arrangements for water and electricity for
construction
1.3.17. Necessary multiple intake arrangements for the entry of water in to the well with
independent C.I Gates.
1.3.18. Lightning Arrestor at the suitable location as per ISS and relevant rules.

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1.3.19 Depositing the surplus excavated earth within a distance of 150m or as directed
by the Authority Officers.
1.3.20 Dewatering arrangements with sufficient number of dewatering pump sets to
be used during excavation work.
1.3.21 Detailed soil investigation, design, drawing and specification for structures to be
provided to obtain approval from the competent authority.
1.3.22 Excavated rock to be conveyed and stacked within 5 Km from the site or as
directed by the Departmental Officers.
1.3.23 Temporary bund to be constructed by the tenderer for facilitating the condition.
1.4 Pipe Carrying Cum Approach RCC Bridge.
The contractor shall carryout soil investigation and the structures are to be designed
accordingly. The design of the structure shall be approved from competent authority.
1.4.1 The slab of the Bridge is used as approach to the Pump House and for carrying
pipes from the intake well cum Pump House. The upper level of the top slab of the
bridge at the intake well is same as that of top slab of intake well cum pump house ie
+20.00 and at end of the road is at +19.75m
1.4.2 The bridge shall be constructed RCC M20 in such a way that one end of the
bridge at top of proposed retaining wall at the right side of the proposed approach road
and other end on the steining of well. The total length of the approach bridge shall be
12.00m. Four numbers RCC piller of minimum size 0.45m x 0.45m with sufficient
depth and enough footing as per design shall be provided in two rows between the
retaining wall and steining of the well. Intermediate bracing beam connecting the
column shall be provided for safety of the structure. Main longitudinal beams of two
numbers connecting pillars retaining wall and steining of minimum size 0.3m x 0.6m
shall be provided. Cross beams connecting RCC pillers shall be provided with
minimum size of 0.3m x 0..45 m. The top slab of the bridge shall be 3.50 m wide with a
minimum thickness of 30 cm. RCC hand rail post of 20cm x15 cm , 90cm height shall
be provided on both sides of approach bridge. All exposed surface of RCC structure
shall be plastered with 9 mm Cement plaster of mix 1:3 and painted with water
proofing cement paint as per the direction of departmental officer. 50 mm GI pipe
(class B) hand rails in three rows shall be provided. At the entrance of the pipe line
bridge a gate 3m x1.5m size of MS grilled work shall be provide with RCC pillars at
both ends. The structural dimensions proposed are the minimum requirement and the
contractor should provide additional dimension without extra cost if the design demands
so. Soil investigation at the site is to be conducted separately and structures are to be
designed accordingly. The contractor should submit detailed drawings of RCC

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structures, bridge, supporting structure, alignment of pipe line through the bridge etc
well in advance and got approved by the competent authority before starting the work.

1.5 RCC Retaining wall and Protection work

1.5.1 This scope of work includes design, construction and maintenance of RCC
Retaining wall and RR masonry to protect the bank and approach road to the Intake
well site up to RL +19.75 along 2 sides of the proposed approach road from the existing
road level to Intake well as shown in the sketch appended. The contractor shall
carryout soil investigation and the structures are to be designed accordingly. The design
of the structure shall be got approved from competent authority of Kerala Water
Authority.

1.5.2 The RCC retaining wall shall be designed so as to withstand the earth pressure for
the formation level proposed at different sections (average 20.7) at critical condition of
earth pressure and peak flow of river. The alignment of proposed retaining wall is
shown in the sketch appended. A retaining wall of minimum length of 69.00 (
26.5+3.5+35+0.5+3.5) m is proposed along the right side of the proposed approach road
from the side of Existing Moonamkadavu bridge to the proposed pipe line bridge. The
RCC retaining wall shall be of M20 concrete and shall be designed as counter fort
retaining wall. The minimum number counter fort to be provided in the river side 12
Numbers, along the side of existing road and bridge 5 numbers and end of proposed
approach road one number. The top of retaining wall shall be designed at the entrance
of the approach road at +21.5m and at the end of approach road is +19.75 m as shown
in the sketch appended. The minimum height of RCC Retaining wall at different
locations is shown in the sketch appended. The minimum top width of RCC retaining
wall at river side and at end of approach road shall be 30 cm and at bottom shall be 50
cm. The base slab shall be 40 cm thick and 3.10 m width with counter fort of 40 cm
thick. The minimum top width of RCC retaining wall at existing road and bridge side
shall be 25 cm and at bottom shall be 40 cm. The base slab shall be 35 cm thick and 2.4
m width with counter fort of 40 cm thick

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1.5.3 The road level at the entrance of the proposed approach road is at +24.00 . The
back side of retaining wall shall be filled to the required level with Contractor’s earth of
best quality as directed by the Departmental Officers. RR masonry (in CM 1:6)
retaining wall shall be provided on the right side of the approach road over DR masonry
foundation as shown in the sketch appended. The minimum quantity of RR masonry
retaining wall proposed is 70.00 m3 and shall be constructed over dry rubble foundation
of minimum quantity proposed 37.00m3. The top level of RCC retaining wall and RR
masonry retaining wall at different sections is shown in the sketch appended.
1.6 Approch Road
An approach road of minimum length 100 m from the existing PWD road
(Moonamkadavu Bridge road) to the approach bridge to the intake well with a clear
width of 3.00 m shall be constructed over the filled earth between RR masonry and
RCC retaining wall. The filled in between retaining wall shall be consolidated properly
as per IS specification in layers and proper watering for the construction of approach
road as per the formation level proposed in the sketch appended. The approach road
shall be constructed with a base of 15 cm and sub base in two layers of 7.5 cm each and
bituminous surfacing coat of 20 mm thick with 12 mm and 6 mm metal as per standard
IRC specifications. The top of the formation level of road is also shown in the sketch
appended. RCC hand rail post of 20cm x15 cm, 90cm height shall be provided on both
sides and end of approach road (Over the RR masonry wall and RCC retaining wall) .
50 mm GI pipe (class B) hand rails in three rows shall be provided on both sides of the
road.

1.7 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION


The bidder shall inspect the site and scrutinize each of them to his satisfaction
before quoting .He is at liberty to conduct any test, do any calculation and put forth his
own proposal. At any rate it is to be under stood that it shall be as per the accepted
codes for water supply (latest edition) and it is the contractors responsibility that the
structures designed is to be 100% safe, durable functional and sustainable for the
design period. He shall be responsible to conduct the necessary tests on parts of the
structure, material used and as a whole as per the norms stipulated by the Indian
standard codes and to satisfy the Executive Engineer or the Officer delegated by him

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on the correctness, performance and adequacy of both, and part of the whole
structure
1.8 MAINTENANCE

After the completion and commissioning of the project the system shall be
maintained by the contractor for a period of 12 months and the whole works shall
be guaranteed for a total period of 24 months. The satisfactory and efficient
functioning of all components installed by the contractor for this project should be
conclusively proved to the satisfaction of the Executive Engineer. During the
period of maintenance all consumables, spare parts and specials etc required shall
be supplied by the contractor at his cost and during the remaining guarantee
period of 12 months the system will be maintained by KWA. Any defects noticed
during this 12 months shall be rectified by the contractor at his cost including
spares.

1.9 CLARIFICATIONS
All clarification about the scope of work should be done at the time of pre bid meeting
and further doubts will not be entertained. No additional claims other than the quoted
amount will be honoured on any items of work required for the satisfactory completion
of the work. The contractor should assess all items of work required for the full fledged
completion of the work and all such works and charges incurred should be included in
the quoted amount.
1.10 Working Environment
Safety and security and welfare of the labours working at intake well site are the sole
responsibility of the contractor. Proper insurance coverage shall be given to the
workers against damages and occupational hazards. The site should be provided with
safe drinking water, electricity and all other sanitation facilities to the workers and the
departmental officers at the cost of the contractor.

1.11 List of applicable technical standards:


Generally the specifications of all materials and work pertaining to this contract shall
be governed by the relevant Indian standards and by MDSS. In the absence of Indian

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Standards, ISO standards shall be followed. The design shall be based on well
accepted practices as per the guidelines and norms prescribed by BIS. All RCC/steel
structures shall be based on relevant IS codes. RCC works shall be as per IS: 456-
2000 / revised and steel structures as per IS: 800(latest).

1.12 The drawings and documents


The tenderer shall submit detailed structural design of the intake well structure ,
approach bridge and RCC retaining wall with detailed drawings and specifications for
approval of the Authority before execution.

1.13 Any item missing in this scope of work but essential for the satisfactory
completion of the work should be considered as the part of the scope of work of
this contract.

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PART II -SUPPLYING, LAYING, TESTING, TRIAL RUNNING, COMMISSIONING


AND MAINTENANCE OF 250MM DIA DI K9 RAW WATER PUMPING MAIN
BETWEEN INTAKE WELL CUM PUMPHOUSE AT MOONAMKADAVU AND
TREATMENT PLANT AT CENTRAL UNIVERSITY CAMPUS AT PERIYA FOR A
LENGTH OF 6900M

2.1 GENERAL INFORMATIONS

This work is for supplying 6900 m of 250 mm diameter DI K9 pipes and specials
conforming to ISI/ISO standards and laying along the proposed alignment as per the
relevant IS specification and testing the pipe line for the required test pressure for DI
pipes as specified in IS 3114 to form pumping main between Intake well cum
pumphouse and treatment plant of proposed DWSS to Central Univerisity Periya. It
also includes the construction of valve chambers, anchor blocks etc along with the
commissioning and maintenance of the pipe line. All the road/culvert crossings along
the alignment of pipe line necessitated for satisfactory completion of pipe line work
shall be carried out without affecting the alignment and gradient of pipe line.
Identification boards should be provided along the alignment through the center line
of pipe line (2 nos per km) as per the direction of departmental officers. The
alignment of pipe line should not be adjusted to avoid any bend and required bends
should be provided with necessary anchor blocks/ supports with RCC M 20 mix. This
work also includes supply of pipes and specials required for interconnection works in
pumphouse and inlet of treatment plant (aerator) as per the relevant IS specification.

2.2 DESCRIPTION OF ROUTE


The raw water pumping main 250 mm diameter DI K9 pipe starts from the intake well
in Karichery river at downstream of Moonamkadavu Bridge to treatment plant at
Central University Periya. The route is along the side of NH and PWD roads without
affecting any of the structures in the alignment. If any slight change in the alignment
found necessary for the satisfactory completion of the work, it should be carried out
by the tenderer without any financial burden to Kerala Water Authority. Damages
should not be made to any private/public properties such as Electric post and
Telephone cables during the execution and if any damages are made, the same shall
be compensated by the contractor without any liabilities to Kerala Water Authority.

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2.3 SUPPLY OF PIPES AND SPECIALS


2.3.1 SUPPLY OF PIPES

The contractor shall supply 6900 m 250 mm DI K9 pipes to be laid as raw water
pumping main between intake well cum pump house at Moonamkadavu and
treatment plant at Central University Campus Periya. The contractor shall also supply
sufficient number of bends, tees and other specials required for the satisfactory
completion of work. All the pipes supplied shall conform the relevant specification of
BIS or ISO and shall bear ISI or ISO marking. The pipes shall be provided with
internal cement mortar lining and external zinc coating conforming to relevant BIS or
ISO specification/standards. All necessary specials such as bends, tees etc for laying
pipes, fixing air valves, control valves, scour tees for fixing sluice valves for scour
and delivery pipes etc shall also conform to BIS/ISO standards. Non standard specials
required for the work shall be fabricated at site according to site condition using MS
plates of thickness not less than 10 mm with necessary weather proof anti-corrosive
coating as per IS.
2.3.2 SUPPLY OF SPECIALS
2.3.2.1 DI SPECIALS
The contractor shall supply sufficient number of DI specials such as bends for
laying pipe lines, tees for fixing air valves, scour tee for scour arrangement, tail
pieces for fixing valves, pipes for scour delivery arrangement, collars etc
conforming relevant to BIS/ISO standards and should be installed properly for
satisfactory completion of the work. The collar shall be MJ collar set of DI
pattern.
The DI specials shall be class K-12 suitable for push on jointing/mechanical
jointing as per IS:9523 with a minimum requirement of 32.14 Quintal. This
quantity includes 2% spare for maintenance also. The contractor shall get
approval of the list of specials from the Engineer in charge before placing
supply order.
The above quantity mentioned are minimum to be supplied for execution of
work and excess quantity found necessary during execution shall be provided by
the contractor without any extra cost. In case of non standard specials,
fabricated specials shall be used with the permission of the Engineer in charge.

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Tenderers are advised to make their own assessment of the quantity of such
specials required for the work.
2.3.2.2 If standard specials are not available for a particular configuration,
fabrication with MS plates will be allowed. In all such cases the thickness of the
plate shall not be less than 10 mm and the welding procedure shall be got
approved by the Engineer in charge before the commencement of fabrication.
Such fabricated specials shall be coated externally and lined internally as
specified in the case of MS pipes. Any item missing in this scope of work but
essential for the satisfactory completion of the work should be considered and
supplied part of the scope of work of this contract.
2.3.2.3 The supply of pipes and specials should be started only after the
completion of earthwork excavation for the work of intake well and starting of
RCC stening work of the intake well. Kerala Water Authority has no
responsibility for any loss occurred to contractor due the supply of pipes and
specials before the completion of earth work excavation and starting of RCC
stening work of intake well. The contractor advised to start the supply of pipe
and specials only after obtaining permission from the agreement authority and
Engineer in Charge in advance.

2.4 MARKING

Marking on pipes, the tolerance in diameter shall be carried out as per procedure laid
IS 1536-1989. In addition to the above each pipe shall be marked in bold with KWA-
CENTRAL UNIVERSITY.

2.5 STORAGE OF MATERIALS


The conveyance, loading and stacking of materials procured for the project will be the
responsibility of the tenderer. Authority takes no responsibility for providing material
stock yard. The tenderer will not be allowed to stack the materials on road side in
such a way to cause hindrance to the traffic.

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2.6 LAYING AND COMMISSIONING OF PIPE LINE


2.6.1 LAYING PIPE LINE
2.6.1.1TRENCHING
Trenching is to be done in all classes of soil including rock and the trench must be of
minimum width required for laying pipe line the depth shall vary, to maintain easy
gradient subject to minimum of 120 cm and minimum cover of 90 cm over the crown
of pipe according to site condition. Any usable materials received during excavation
have to be stored/ stacked separately and will be the asset of the Kerala Water
Authority. Blasting in rocky strata should not be carried out without prior sanction
from the competent authority, that too with all protective measures as mentioned in
the technical general specification in NIT volume I. Chiseling in hard rock (where
blasting is prohibited) shall be carried out wherever necessary according to site
condition as per relevant PWD standard specifications. Socket pits shall be taken
before laying pipes in trenches to allow the body of pipes to rest directly on the trench
bed. Refilling with excavated soil has to be done after laying, jointing and
satisfactory testing of pipe line, in layers, watered, consolidated with mechanical
vibrators and there shall not be any sinking of refilled portion once the work is over.
The trenches through rocky strata must have to provide selected soil cushion for pipe
line and backfilling upto 30 cm above pipe crown must be done only with selected
soil so as to avoid any damages to the pipe from hard rock materials as per the
direction of the Engineer in charge. In case if the Engineer in charge decides that the
depth of trenching can be reduced at any of the reaches along the alignment due to
specific site conditions, a proportional deduction for the less quantity of earth work
shall be effected at current rates from the contractor’s bill raised on lump sum basis.
The contractor shall provide cement concrete cross walls at steep gradient and other
locations wherever necessary across the pipe line trenches to prevent soil erosion at a
spacing as directed by the engineer in charge.

2.6.1.2 Wherever existing masonry works/ concrete works such as waiting shelter, concrete
drain, culverts etc are to be dismantled, care shall be taken in chipping and removing
the portions without damaging the remaining structures and the debris shall be
disposed off as directed by the officer in charge of the work. The damages of such
masonry or concrete work shall have to be made good by the tenderer without any
extra claim as per the directions of departmental officers.

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2.6.1.3 Dismantling old asphalt flooring shall be done to the minimum extent and use of an
asphalt cutter is advised for the purpose. Contractor will be held responsible for any
excessive cutting of asphalt flooring than required for satisfactory completion of
work.

2.6.2 Fencing shall be done along the side of trenches as a protection as per relevant clause
in volume I of NIT and according to the direction of department officers at site.
Caution boards shall be exhibited near excavation site.

2.6.3 Electric/ telephone posts which are very near to the alignment of the pipe line shall be
secured and adequately protected while excavating the trenches. If the shifting of an
electric post is unavoidable, it shall be done by the tenderer by seeking permission
from the competent authority. Also the damages made to the telephone cables during
the execution of work shall be rectified by the tenderer. The contractor shall be liable
for any damages occurred to such public and private properties during the work.

2.6.4 Shoring the sides of trenches shall be provided wherever necessary for smooth work
and very near to the existing structures as per relevant clause in NIT and as per the
directions of the departmental officers in charge of the work. In case the contractor
fails to provide the protection works as mentioned above, he shall be responsible for
any loss or damages caused to public or private structures and accidents occurred
during the execution of work and will be imposed a penalty equivalent to the cost of
such works at prevailing rates.

2.6.5 Temporary foot bridges or any kind of access shall be provided wherever necessary to
cross the trenches by the pedestrians. Any public paths for the passage of pedestrians
are obstructed due to the construction of the pipe line shall be rectified by the tenderer
without any extra cost.

2.6.6 Wherever traffic diversions/restrictions are found essential, that is to be done with
prior approval of competent authority with sign boards, lighting etc.

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2.6.7 The tenderer shall be fully responsible for any damages to human beings, animals etc
caused due to the lack of proper protection during trenching and laying pipes.

2.6.8 NATURAL DRAIN, ROAD AND CULVERT CROSSINGS

2.6.8.1 The pipe lines wherever cross natural drain or a culvert in its proposed alignment; it
shall be done either by taking of the pipe line at the road level by 250mm DI K9 pipes
or 250 mm MS pipes. Necessary DI/non standard MS bends and specials will be used
for the interconnection work.
2.6.8.2 All road crossings/ berm cutting shall be done as per the direction of the Departmental
officers. Prior approval should be obtained by the contractor from all the concerned
authorities before executing the work and all the precautionary measures should be
taken during the execution of the work to safe guard the vehicle moving in the road,
pedestrians and men at work.
2.6.8.3 Trenching along the PWD roads is to be done only after the concurrence of the
engineer in charge. However, the tenderer shall take utmost care to minimize the
damages to tar surface while trenching for pipe laying or construction of valve
chambers/ anchor blocks etc. Contractor shall use asphalt cutters for minimizing such
damages to tar surface.

2.6.9 LAYING PIPES

Pipes shall be laid in straight line in trenches so that the body rests directly on the soil
bed. Handling of pipes to lay in trenches or on any support structure must be done
carefully and proper equipments should be used for the purpose. Any deviation from
straight line shall be done using standard bends. In case standard bends are not
available for a particular shape of bend, specials fabricated with MS sheet of thickness
not less than 10 mm may be used with prior approval of the Engineer in charge.
Vertical bends shall not be provided as far as possible. Wherever the trenching in rock
is encountered, soil cushioning (15 cm) shall be provided. Wherever cutting of pipe is
required, it shall be done perpendicular to the axis of the pipe and the cut edges shall
be filed, smoothened and coated with non corrosive epoxy paint before jointing.

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Cutting with chisel and hammer shall not be permitted. Electrically powered cutting
wheels shall be used carefully. Cutting shall not damage the internal lining of pipes.
Only selected fill material shall be used to fill the pipe trench to a height of 30 cm to
the top of the pipe line. All backfilling shall be watered and compacted using
mechanical compactors in layers to avoid any further settlement of refilled trench.

2.6.10 JOINTING

Any approved type / method of jointing shall be permitted subject to the capability to
withstand the maximum test pressure. The method of jointing and the materials for
jointing shall be got approved by the Engineer in charge.
2.7 SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF SLUICE VALVE & NON RETURN
VALVE.
Minimum 3 Nos. of 250 mm dia CI D/F Sluice valve PN 1.6 with geared hand wheel
and 3 nos of 250mm dia. Cast steel non return valve should be provided in the pipe
line conforming to relevant standard with ISI mark. The valve should be installed in the
pipe line using 250 mm flanged/spigot and socket tail piece conforming to relevant IS
standards. The valves shall confirm to relevant BIS/ISO standards and bear ISI/ISO
marking wherever applicable.
2.8 SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF SLUICE VALVE FOR SCOUR
ARRANGEMENT
The contractor shall supply 150 mm dia CI D/F sluice valves PN 1.6 with geared hand
wheel conforming to IS 14846/2000 with ISI mark for scour arrangement. The scour
valves are to be provided in pipe line with suitable scour tee at valley or nearest culvert
or at places where the water can be drained conveniently. 150 mm M.S pipe shall be
connected to the Valve as drain pipe for a suitable length as per site condition. However
the total number of scour arrangements shall not be less than 5 Nos. The valves shall
confirm to relevant BIS/ISO standards and bear ISI/ISO marking wherever applicable.
The location of scour valves shall be got approved by the departmental Engineers.
2.9 SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF AIR VALVES
Kinetic double orifice air valves of not less than 50 mm diameter conforming to
relevant BIS/ISO standards should be provided with control valves in all summit points
along the alignment as per the direction of departmental Engineers or as per approved
plan. The minimum number of air valves required is 10 Nos. Additional air valves if

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required shall be fitted as per the direction of engineer in charge. The air valves should
be fixed in the pipe line using 250 x 250 x 50 mm B/F Tee and 50 mm CI sluice valve
PN 1.6 conforming to IS 14845/2000 latest amendment.
2.10 FABRICATION AND LAYING OF 250MM MS PIPE
The scope of this work also includes fabrication, laying and testing of MS pipe 250 mm
(ID) using Fe 410 MS plate with 8mm thick MS plate including cost and conveyance
charges of MS plate, all fabrication charges, charges of painting the steel work with
black anti-corrosive bituminous paint outside and 2 or more coat good grade Epoxy
paint more inside for a length of 95m with sufficient number of MS flanges using
12mm MS plate also come under this scope of this work.
2.11 PROVIDING PUSH THROUGH ARRANGEMENT ACROSS NATIONAL
HIGHWAY FOR ROAD CROSSING
The contractor shall execute 1Nos. of BM&BC road crossings - minimum of length
50m across (NH road) by push through arrangement using 500 mm dia MS casing pipe
of minimum 10 mm thick for 250mm dia MS water carrying pipe 8mm thick. The
casing pipe shall be installed by horizontal drilling method with necessary entry and
receiving pits and shoring of sides if necessary.

2.12 ANCHOR BLOCKS

At all locations of bends, steep gradient, pipes over supports etc wherever the pipes
have a tendency to pull apart, lift up or move aside, the pipes and specials must be
properly anchored with reinforced concrete thrust blocks of mix M 20 or any other
structures approved by the Kerala Water Authority . The anchoring must be so
designed that there shall be no hindrance to nearby structures and utilities or traffic
and reinforced concrete solid type anchor blocks in tested line. The anchoring work
can be carried out only after getting the design approved by the Engineer in charge.

2.13 VALVE CHAMBERS

Valve chambers shall be constructed in M20 mix and the inside size shall not be less
than 150 cm x 150 cm for sluice, scour valves and 100 x 100 cm for air valves. The
side walls and base slab of valve chambers shall be 20 cm thick and cover slab shall

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of minimum thickness 20 cm to permit IRC class A loading pattern and plastered with
CM 1:4 and there shall not have any seepage from the bottom or sides. While casting
the concrete for the valve chambers care shall be taken to see that it is not cast directly
over the pipe shell. Valve chambers deeper than 120cm shall be provided with CI foot
rests on sides. All the valve chambers shall be provided with heavy duty CI manhole
covers of size, not less than 600 mm x 600 mm with lock and key arrangement. The
size, if required, shall be increased for enabling to take out any dismantled valve or
specials from the chamber. The design of valve chambers shall be submitted to the
Engineer in charge and got approved before commencing the work.

2.14 TESTING OF PIPELINE

2.14.1 TESTING DURING LAYING

The pipes and specials laid have to be tested to the required test pressure in the field
in stretchs depending on the site conditions as per standards laid out for testing of
pipelines. The contractor will not be allowed to proceed with the work leaving more
than 1500 m of pipeline untested.. The joints of all the pipes and specials shall be kept
open until the testing is done satisfactorily. The contractor shall arrange the water and
other equipments required for the testing. Failure of test due to any reasons is to be
rectified and retested without any extra cost.

2.14.2 FINAL TESTING AND COMMISSIONING

After all sections have been jointed together on completion of sectional testing, the
test on the completed pipe line should be carried out. This test should be carried out at
a pressure not less than the working pressure of the pipe line. During the test an
inspection should be made of all work, which has not been subjected to sectional test.
The contractor shall be responsible for all rectification works in the pipe line during
trial run, maintenance period and guarantee period, a total of 24 months without any
financial commitment to the department.

2.15 SUPPLY OF SPARE PIPES AND SPECIALS FOR MAINTENANCE

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250 mm DI K 9 pipes satisfying ISI/ISO specification and bearing ISI/ISO marking of


length 138 m shall be supplied as spares for maintenance and shall be handed over to
the Engineer in charge at the completion of the work. The contractor shall also
submit two copies of complete list of vendors of all pipes, specials etc together with
necessary product information brochures to the Engineer in charge.

2.16 AS LAID MAP

The contractor shall submit five copies of the as laid map in appropriate scale of the
entire facility he has installed for the project as a part of the contract with necessary
reference to the existing permanent structures. Submission of the as laid map is
mandatory for considering the work as completed. As laid map shall contain the
position of sluice, scour and air valves. The as laid map shall be prepared in scale
1:2000 and shall be submitted to the Engineer in charge. The as laid map shall
indicate locations of air valves etc with typical cross section of valve chambers,
specifications and particulars of valve and specials and all such details regarding the
completed work. On approval of this as laid map, 5 copies of the same neatly bounded
shall be submitted to the engineer in charge together with 2 Nos soft copies in CD
ROM.

2.17 MAINTENANCE
After the completion and commissioning of the project the system shall be
maintained by the contractor for a period of 12 months and the whole works shall
be guaranteed for a total period of 24 months. The satisfactory and efficient
functioning of all components installed by the contractor for this project should be
conclusively proved to the satisfaction of the Executive Engineer. During the
period of maintenance all consumables, spare parts and specials etc required shall
be supplied by the contractor at his cost and during the remaining guarantee
period of 12 months the system will be maintained by KWA. Any defects noticed
during this 12 months shall be rectified by the contractor at his cost including
spares and the cost of road reformation charges.

2.18 CLARIFICATIONS

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All clarification about the scope of work should be done at the time of pre bid meeting
and further doubts will not be entertained. No additional claims other than the quoted
amount will be honoured on any items of work required for the satisfactory
completion of the work. The contractor should assess all items of work required for
the full pledged completion of the work and all such works and charges incurred
should be included in the quoted amount.

2.19 Any item missing in this scope of work but essential for the satisfactory
completion of the work should be considered as the part of the scope of work of
this contract.

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PART III :- DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, TRIAL RUNNING, COMMISSIONING AND


MAINTENANCE OF 4.00 MLD TREATMENT PLANT AT CENTRAL UNIVERSITY
PERIYA

3.1 GENERAL INFORMATIONS

3.1.1 The scope of this work covers the design, construction, and commissioning
of a conventional water treatment plant of output capacity 4 mld for meeting the
drinking water requirements of CENTRAL UNIVERSITY PERIYA IN
KASARAGOD District of Kerala state. All the works connected with the construction
and commissioning of the treatment plant in complete shape for its proper functioning
have to be included by the tenderers in their bids.

3.1.2 The site for the proposed treatment plant is located Central University Periya. It is at
about 18 Km from District Headquarters Kasaragod . The extent of land is 0.50 acres.
The average level of the site is +94.000.

3.1.3. The temperature varies between a Maximum of about

40°C in the months of April-May to a minimum of about 20oc in December-January.


The relative humidity ranges between 80 to 90%. The area has a moderate tropical
climate with temperature ranging from 20 to 40 degree Celsius. The average annual
rainfall is 3107 mm. The maximum rainfall is during the month of June-July.
Normally there is no rain fall during the month of November to May. Relative
humidity is more during south west monsoon season (June to September), and
humidity ranges from 77 to 88%. Evaporation is more during summer months of
March to May and low during months of June to November. The mean evaporation
ranges from 2.6 to 5.70mm/day. Good sunshine hours (average 9 hours/day) are
recorded in the month of November to May. The monthly Potential
Evapotranspiration(PET) ranges from 124.5mm to 170.6mm.
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3.1.4. The plant shall be designed to have a net output capacity of 4mld. It shall account for
all the losses and consumption that occur within the plant such as, back washing the
filters, draining the sludge, sanitation of the premises etc.

3.1.5. The raw water can be delivered at site at the level of + 102 ground level through the
250 mm DI pipe K9 raw water pumping main of length 6900 m, in the aerator and all
the required works beyond this point up to the out let of clear water reservoir are
included under the scope of this work.

3.1.6. The head loss within the plant is governed by the relevant ISS and the Manual of
Water Supply and Treatment of CPHEEO. The maximum permissible loss of head is
9.00m.

3.1.7 The units of the treatment and plant shall be oriented and spaced within the site in
such a way that additional units can be installed, if so required, in future in tandem
with the existing units. Aerator shall be designed for 100 % overload.

3.1.8 The work of the treatment plant should be started only after the completion of
earthwork excavation for the work of intake well and starting of RCC stening
work of the intake well. Kerala Water Authority has no responsibility for any
loss occurred to contractor due to the starting of the work of Water treatment
plant before the completion of earth work excavation and starting of RCC
stening work of intake well. The contractor advised to start the work of Water
treatment Plant only after obtaining permission from the agreement authority
and Engineer in Charge in advance.

3.2 ENGINEERING AND TECHNICAL INFORMATION OF THE PROPOSED


PROJECT.

3.2.1 GENERAL
The proposed project covers the design and construction of water treatment plant of
4.0 mld output capacity complete in all respect of conventional type with
clariflocculator and rapid sand filter etc, including construction of the structures for the

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various units supply and installation of mechanical and electrical equipments and other
connected works including trial run and commissioning of the plant. Raw water will be
delivered at the inlet of the aerator as part of this contract and all works beyond this
point for treatment of raw water to confirm to the drinking water standards are included
under the purview of this part. The design and construction of the treatment plant shall
be based on sound engineering practices and techniques in water treatment and in
conformity with relevant ISS and as per guidelines and norms prescribed in the water
supply manuals of CPHEEO.

It is to be understood that all works connected with the construction and


installation of the water treatment plant in complete shape for its proper and satisfactory
functioning have to be included by the tenderers in their tender. The tenderer should
operate and maintain the plant on trial run for a period of 12 months at their cost from
the date of commissioning of the Scheme.

The major works required are listed below

3.2.2 CIVIL WORKS


The civil works shall includes
a. Preparation of site including cutting of trees and bushes, leveling the site to finished
yard level (approved by authority) not less than 10m around the structure.

b. Aerator.

c. Flash mixer.

d. Flocculator and clarifier or clariflocculator.

e. Chemical house

f. Filter house

g. Wash water tank of capacity 100 m3

h. Chlorinator room, minimum floor area of 20 m2

i. Office room minimum- 15 m2 area.

j. laboratory – minimum -15m2 area.

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k. Chemical storage room with glazed tile flooring- minimum 30m2 area

l. Rest room – minimum -12 m2 area.

m. Toilet 2 Nos.3.00 M2 preferably one each attached to the office room and rest room
and lab with all required water supply and sanitary arrangements including
construction of septic tank.

n. All the channels may be provided with 0.70m wide walk way.

o. All drains and manholes for collection and disposal of sludge from clarifier and wash
water from the filters etc. should be within the boundaries of the site, for final
disposal to the nearest water course. (All waste water from various units to be
collected in a separate sump)

p. Necessary by pass arrangements for diverting raw water to different units.

q. Lightning arresters wherever necessary as per I.S.S and other relevant rules should be
provided.

r. Supply and spreading filter media of suitable size and quantity in the filter units in
Conformity with relevant IS and as per guidelines and norms prescribed in the
Manual of water supply and treatment of CPHEEO

3.2.3 MECHANICAL WORKS


The Mechanical works shall include:

a. Supply and erection of all mechanical equipment for the raw water measuring
devices, indicators and automatic recording.

b. Supply and erection of necessary mechanical equipment for dosing of the chemicals
in solution form in the chemical house.

c. Supply and erection of necessary mechanical equipment for the mixing of chemicals
in the mixing chambers. One set of mixing equipment with motors to be supplied as
stand-by for lime and alum tanks.

d. Supply and erection of necessary mechanical equipment for the flash mixers and
flocculators.

e. Supply and erection of necessary mechanical equipment for the clarifiers.

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f. Supply and erection of all mechanical equipment required for the under drainage
system of filters, washing of filters, rate setters, filter rate controllers, filter flow
gauges, loss of head indicators, wash water controllers and indicators. Piping
arrangement for the filter chambers including valves and other specials etc.

g. Supply and erection of best quality vacuum type chlorinator of adequate capacity,
with all mechanical equipment in the chlorinator room one working and other stand-
by.

h. Supply and erection of all mechanical equipment for proper washing of filter
including air blowers, motor and pump accessories for pumping the water to wash
water tank. Stand-by to be provided for blowers and pump and accessories.

i. Supply and erection of all mechanical equipment for the Wash water tank of capacity
100 m3 such as inlet, outlet, overflow pipes and control valves, water level gauges,
overflow alarm devices, ventilators, scour arrangements, ladders for access to top of
tank manholes with cover and ladders with side railings for access to the inside of the
tank etc. including pumping arrangements.

j Supply and erection of separate pump set of necessary capacity. (one for stand bye)
for pumping water to Back wash Tank to fill it in 4 hours.

k. Supply and erection of all scientific and mechanical equipment for the proper
functioning of the laboratory (list attached ) and also supply of chemicals and other
consumables for analysis for a period of at least 12 months.

l. Supply of 6 Nos filled chlorine cylinders 100 Kg capacity with appropriate certificates
in original for drawl of chlorine required for disinfection of filtered water.

m. Supply and erection of appropriate devices for the movement in all directions in the
chlorine rooms for handling cylinders. Dial type indicators should be provided at
easily accessible points for indicating rate of flow of air and water used for back
washing purposes.

n. Supply and erection of all mechanical equipment for the clear water reservoir for its
proper functioning such as inlet, outlet, and overflow and scour arrangements with
necessary pipes and control valves, water level indicators, manholes, ladders,
ventilating arrangements etc.

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3.2.4 ELECTRICAL WORKS:

The electrical works shall include:

Supply and erection including necessary wiring of all electrical equipment like
electric motors accessories like starters, switches, meters, switch boards etc. and other
appurtenances if any required for the satisfactory functioning of the plant.
Electrification of the building for the proper operation of the plant should also be
provided and in conformity with IE rules prevalent. The inside wiring shall be easily
repairable and sufficient weather proof lights shall be provided for the buildings. Yard
lighting with sodium vapor lamps (minimum 8nos.) with electrical poles and
necessary weather proof cable wiring to be provided The electrical scheme with
estimate and connected drawing should be prepared and submitted to the Chief
electrical inspector through a licensed electrical contractor of appropriate class for
getting approval of the same.

3. 3. MAIN REQUIREMENTS IS IN RESPECT OF VARIOUS UNITS OF THE


PLANT

3.3.1. GENERAL CONDITIONS:


The registered contractors/firms who are not the manufactures/authorized suppliers of
the Mechanical and Electrical equipment for the water treatment plant should furnish
the names of the manufacturer/authorized suppliers, with whom they have made
arrangements for the supply erection and maintenance of such equipment required for
the plant, testimonials from the manufacturer/suppliers, showing their previous
experience in the supply , erection and maintenance of similar kinds of work and
signed by the authorized signatory from the
manufacturer / supplier supporting the contractor or the firm guaranteeing the
supply/erection and maintenance of such equipment and also a letter addressed to the
SUPERINTENDING ENGINEER, P. H. Circle, Kerala Water Authority,
Kannur by the suppliers/manufactures to the above effect.

3.3.2 DESIGN PARAMETERS AND REQUIREMENTS

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3.3.2.1 The physical, chemical and bacteriological analysis reports of a few samples of raw
water are appended. The turbidity of raw water may go up to 500 NTU or even
higher. The treatment process shall be an efficient and economical one to obtain an
effluent confirming to the drinking water as per the standards prescribed by CPHEEO
by suitably designing and constructing the treatment plant. The analysis report
appended is only tentative and even if the turbidity is less than 500 NTU, the tenderer
shall give the design for 500 NTU. The technical aspects of the treatment plant
offered by the tenderer and the details of the units should be elaborated in separate
sheets and attached with the tender.

3.3.2.2 Quality requirement of treated water.

The treated water should be free from turbidity. The PH of treated water should be in
between 6.5 to 8 and free from bacteria. The chemical characteristics of the treated
water should be within the permissible limits as per IS and WHO specification.

3.3.2.3.Design period of components:


Design period of various components of the water treatment plant should be in
accordance with the relevant IS and sound engineering practices.

3.3.2.4.Soil and geotechnical data.

About an average 100 % Medium rock are seen for a depth of 1m from the existing
ground level on appearance. However the tenderers are advised to inspect the site and
conduct the required tests for ascertaining the bearing capacity of soil.

3. 3.2.5 Condition and limitations of the site.


Extent of land is 0.50 acres. The site is having small trees and bushes. The site is well
above the MFL and the fluctuations in the ground water table do not affect the
foundation. The proposed site is not restricted by any kind of development activities
initiated by the local bodies or any other agencies. Electric power supply is available
within 100 m from the site.

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3.3.2.6Working Environment
Safety and security and welfare of the labours working at plant site are the sole
responsibility of the contractor. Proper insurance coverage shall be given to the
workers against damages and occupational hazards. The site should be provided with
safe drinking water, electricity and all other sanitation facilities to the workers and the
departmental officers at the cost of the contractor.

3.3.2.7 List of applicable technical standards:


Generally the specifications of all materials and work pertaining to this contract shall
be governed by the relevant Indian standards and by MDSS. In the absence of Indian
Standards, ISO standards shall be followed. The design shall be based on well
accepted practices as per the guidelines and norms prescribed by BIS. All RCC/steel
structures shall be based on relevant IS codes. RCC works shall be as per IS: 456-
2000 / revised and steel structures as per IS: 800(latest).The design of the treatment
plant and its components shall conform to the "Manual of Water Supply and
Treatment" published by Government of India.

3.3.2.8 The drawings and documents


The tenderer shall submit detailed functional as well as structural design of the
various units of the treatment plant with detailed drawings and specifications for
approval of the Authority before execution. Provisions shall be made in the proposals
for future expansion envisaging the interconnections at appropriate points and the
layout shall be drawn, leaving sufficient space for this provision.

3.4 FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS

3.4.1 MEASUREMENT OF RAW WATER FLOW:


There shall be adequate arrangements for automatic recording of the flow of raw
water. There shall be a direct reading dial type meter with integrators etc. located in
the operation room. The meter if power operated shall automatically switch on to

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battery operation in case of power failures. A notch of suitable shape and size shall be
provided in the raw water channel and clear water channel to measure manually the
quantity of inflow to the plant and outflow from the plant. A suitable calibrated scale
shall be provided near the notch to know the quantity of flow.

3.4.2 AERATOR (cascade type)


Aerator should be of capacity for 100% overloading and with necessary scouring
arrangements with a central valve and leading pipe to the waste disposal system. Raw
water will be made available at inlet of the aerator as a part of this contract. There
shall be a minimum of 4 trays and a space requirement of not less than 0.035
sqm/cum/hr while designing the unit.

3.4.3 RAW WATER CHANNEL.

Connecting aerator to flash mixer, clarifloculator and then to filters with easy
walkway over them with pre cast slab should be provided. Necessary by pass
arrangements shall be made for

(i) Allowing raw water after aeration directly into the clear water sump.

(ii) For allowing raw water after aeration directly into the filter bed and

(iii) For allowing clarified water directly into clear water sump. In all cases access
to chlorination should be provided

3.4.4 CHEMICAL HOUSE

1 Adequate facilities should be provided for the storage of chemicals required for the
treatment of water for a period of 3 months calculating the requirements on the basis
of worst conditions of raw water. Facilities for weighing the chemicals before feeding
in to the solution tanks and convenient means for lifting and placing the chemicals
shall be provided. For storing chemicals the floor area should be a minimum of 30m2
with separate area ear marked for each chemical. It should be provided with glazed
tile flooring.

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2 Solution feeding shall be adopted. There should be at least two tanks for each
chemical feed. The capacity of each tank shall such as to hold 8 hours requirements at
the maximum demand of chemicals at the design flow. Dissolving trays or boxes and
also facilities for draining the solution tanks should be provided. The solution tank
shall be located as near the chemical storeroom as possible. These tanks shall be
located at a suitable elevation to facilitate gravity feed of the chemical solution. A
mechanical lifting arrangement for lifting the chemicals to the solution tanks should
be provided. Arrangements for continuous mechanical agitation of the solution in the
tank should be provided. All the pipe line valves, specials etc., in contact with the
chemicals shall be made with corrosion free materials. Necessary solution level
indicators shall be provided for the tanks. Also feeding equipment shall be capable of
feeding the solution at desired rates continuously and accurately irrespective of the
level of the solution inside the tanks.

3.4.5. RAPID MIXING

There shall be a minimum of one unit of flash mixer. A minimum detention time of
60 seconds may be provided. Necessary electro mechanical equipment for rapid
mixing should be provided. The paddles should have a minimum area of 15% to 20%
of the area of swept by them. The design of all components should be as per the
Manual for Public Health Engineering (latest edition).All mechanical parts coming in
contact with water shall be of stainless steel. Arrangement for adding the chemicals
just near the top of the blade shall be provided for good result.

3.4.6 SLOW MIXING

There shall be a minimum of one unit of flocculator. Necessary mechanical


equipment for slow mixing may be provided so as lo have a minimum detention time
of 30 minutes. Sufficient volume for sludge storage shall be provided while designing
the unit.

3.4.7. CLARIFIERS

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There shall be a minimum of one unit of clarifier providing a minimum detention time
of 2.5 hrs. Necessary mechanical equipment shall be provided. The clarifier should be
capable of giving clarified water having turbidity as per standard specifications
(Preferably 5 NTU) combining flocculation and clarification in one structural unit ore
also acceptable. The surface overflow rate shall not exceed 35 m3 / m2 / day. There
shall be an approximate walk way of minimum width 75 cm all around the clarifier
units Minimum 10% additional depth shall be provided for the storage of sludge. The
dimensions and sizes of various units shall be as per standard practices and within
limits fixed by the code of practices and CPHEEO manual. Suitable channel / Launder
for collecting clarified water should be inside the clarifier all around. The necessary
earth work in all classes of soil and chiselling of rock if required shall be carried out.
The pipe from flash mixer to clarifier shall be Flanged cast iron/DI pipes (class B) of
minimum 450 mm diameter. The scour pipe for sludge removal to the common sludge
collection well shall also be Flanged cast iron/DI pipes (class B) of minimum 250 mm
diameter. The trenching for the inlet pipe and scour underneath the foundation level of
clariflocculator shall be carried out carefully so that no extra width is excavated. The
trench after laying pipe shall be refilled in such a manner that no consolidations will
occur in future. Necessary sand cushion may be provided for the pipe if there is hard
rock in the trench. Pressure testing of the inlet and scour pipe shall be carried out as
specified by the Engineer in charge before refilling the trench. There shall be concrete
walk way of minimum width 75 cm and fixed with stainless steel hand rails all around
the clarifier unit. There shall be a walk way of same type connecting clarifier with
flash mixer and connecting clarifier with filter house so that movement to
clariflocculator and flash mixer from the filter house can be done without descending
and ascending. The launder/channel of clarifier shall be connected to the filters using
concrete channel the channel should have minimum 15 cm freeboard. The channel
shall be connected to the inlet of the filters in such a manner that water at same rate
will be available to all the filters when they are working. The clarifier bridge shall be
made up of MS sections of required dimensions with minimum thickness 6 mm, to
withstand the load of all mechanical and electrical equipments mounted on it. The
Necessary mechanical equipment with minimum two agitators with paddle flocculator
for slow mixing may be provided. The power requirement shall be below 30kw/mld.
The mechanical parts of slow mixer coming in contact with water (shaft and paddles
of flocculator) shall be made of stainless steel. The clarifier shall be provided with

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mechanical scrapers for scouring the sludge continuously using blades, the velocity
and movements of which shall be within the permissible limits as fixed by the
CPHEEO manual on water supply and as approved by the Engineer in charge.
Stainless steel plate of minimum 3 mm thick and minimum 10 cm wide, fixed with
the same slope of the clariflocculator bottom slab, and shall be used as blades. The
stainless steel plate/blade shall be fixed with rubber/FRP beading in the bottom so that
sludge will be scraped completely on rotation to the centre sludge collection chamber.
The floor of clarifier shall be hence uniformly slopped without any undulation so that
uniform scrapping will be possible. The stainless steel plate shall be fixed such that
the clearance of the blade will be maximum 2 cm. The scraper shall be suitably fixed
to the clarifier bridge. The scraper frame and the bridge shall be of robust built and
the MS sections used shall be of minimum thickness 6mm . Provision should be given
to collect the sludge at one point (preferably in the center of clariflocculator) and this
will flow by gravity to common waste collection point when the scour valve is open.
Sludge is removed under hydro-static pressure through the pipe. There shall be
provision of continuous bleeding of water to check the depth of sludge so that the
mechanical scrapers can be operated on accumulation of sludge. Necessary lever or
keys shall be provided so that the scour valve shall be operated from ground level.
The valve chamber shall have proper lighting to operate the valves even during night
hours. The bridge should have a walkway of minimum width 75 cm for walking to
the center of Clariflocculator for easy inspection. The walk way shall have M.S.
chequered plates for platforms and GI hand rails/or MS Frames of minimum 75mm
height for protection. The electric motors outdoor type and their connections shall be
done in such a manner that there is no chance of leaking to main bridge. The Electric
motor (always with one stand-bye) shall also be properly housed and covered by steel
covers. The bridge shall be provided with steps at the outer end. The clarifier bridge
shall be roofed over with some light roofing material. The central pivot bearing of the
scrapper bridge shall be of best quality of Mild steel and the wheels on which the
bridge moves round the periphery shall be of cast iron tyred with manganese frame
steel ring of minimum thickness 1cm all round. The wheel will move on M.S. rails of
minimum weight not less than 12.4 Kg/m suitably and firmly fixed in same level on
the outer wall of the clarifier. The speed of Clarifier Bridge shall be such that it will
just scrap the sedimented flocs without disturbing it. The bearing at centre and edge of
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and the bridge can be moved manually by one or two persons in case of emergency.
Reduction gears, bearings, motors, starter, switches etc. shall be of best quality and
approved by the department before purchases are made. The speed of motors and the
gears should be as specified in the manual. The design and drawing of all mechanical
and electrical items attached to the clariflocculator shall be submitted to the Engineer
in charge. The erection shall be done only after approving the design.

3.4.8. RAPID SAND GRAVITY FILTERS

1 The filters shall be designed based on normal rate of filtration of 80 lpm/m2 but the
inlet and outlet control arrangements and clear water channel designed to permit a
100% overload for emergent occasions.

2. There shall be a minimum of 2 nos. of filter units.

3 The filter chambers shall be of R.C.C and side walls shall be lined with white glazed
tiles of approved quality from top of filler walls to 30cm below the top of sand bed.
Walk way on the side shall be provided around and in between filter beds with
suitable hand rails in stainless steel.

4. The filter media shall be sand supported by gravel and shall be as per standards
prescribed by water supply manual of CPHEEO.

5. A suitable type of washing system with air and water which gives a very efficient
washing of filters shall be provided. The wash water consumption should not exceed
two percent of the quantity of water filtered in between the washing and duration of
the wash shall not normally exceed 10 minutes. The water retaining on the filter bed
at the close of the wash shall be clear with turbidity not exceeding 5NTU.

6. The filter runs should normally be not less than 24 hours with a loss of head not
exceeding 2m.

7 Rate of flow and loss of head gauge shall be provided for each filter. The filter valves
may be hand operated and located in such position as will facilitate easy operation. A
filter rate controller shall be provided for each filter.

8. The filters and appurtenance shall be roofed over. The height of the roof should be in
accordance with relevant Factory Act.

9. The following velocities may be allowed in designing the various pipes in the pipe
gallery.

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Influent : 0.3 to 0.6m / sec

Effluent : 1.2m/ sec

Wash water : 3m/ sec

Wash air : 12.8m/ sec

Waste water : 1.5 to 3.0m / sec

10 The supply of wash water shall be made through an overhead storage tank. The
capacity of wash water tank shall be sufficient to supply wash water to a minimum of
one filter unit at a time. The work shall include all pipe connection to and from the
wash water tank and all mechanical equipment like wash water pump, motor etc. An
electrically operated level indicator working in conjunction with a float device shall
be provided to show the water level in the wash water tank. The level indicating panel
shall be wall mounted at the appropriate place. The control for wash water pumps and
other mechanical devices must be put in the operating room inside the filter plant. The
under drainage system for a back wash rate of 600 lpm/m2 should be included. The
wash water pumps shall have minimum capacity to fill the wash water tank in 4 hrs.

3.4.9 WASH WATER RESERVOIR

1. 100 m3 capacity over head water tank over treatment plant in RCC M 25 mix for side
& partition walls and floor slabs and with M20 mix for roof slab is also to be
constructed. The base slab of the Wash water tank shall be provided separately from
the roof of the filter house. Manholes with CI covers and CI vent cowls shall be
provided suitably. Inlet out let arrangements with water level indicator also should be
provided. M.S. Ladder suitable size to access inside the reservoir for cleaning and
washing also required. Arrangements for scouring and over flow shall be provided as
usual.
3.3.10 CLEAR WATER SUMP 2.00 LL

3.3.10.1 RCC GROUND LEVEL SUMP CUM RESERVOIR of capacity 200M3 near
treatment plant in RCC M 25 mix for side & partition walls and floor slabs and with
M20 mix for roof slab is also constructed. Manholes with CI covers and CI vent
cowls shall be provided suitably. Inlet out let arrangements with water level indicator

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also should be provided. M.S. Ladder suitable size to access in side the reservoir for
cleaning and washing also required. Arrangements for scouring and over flow shall be
provided as usual.

3.3.10.2 A leveling course for base slab of 15cm Thick PCC 1:4:8 should be provided.
3.3.10.3 The base slab should be provided with M30 concrete with minimum
thickness 25cm.
3.3.10.4 The side wall of the Reservoir should be provided with M30 concrete with a
minimum thickness of 25cm and a partition wall at middle.
3.3.10.5 The cover slab should be provided with M20 concrete with a minimum
thickness of 12cm. with supporting columns and beams.
3.3.10.6 Reinforcement for using RCC work should be ISI marked and the grade
should not be less than Fe 415
3.3.10.7 Inside of the GLSR should be plastered with cement border 1:3, 12mm thick
with water proofing compound at the rate of 1kg/50kg of the cement.
3.3.10.8 Outside of the GLSR should be plastered with cement border 1:3, 12mm
thick.

3.3.10.9 . Man holes of 0.60m x 0.60m, with heavy duty CI MH cover of IS mark,
Sufficient Nos with locking arrangement shall be provided on the cover slab of the
sump.
3.3.10.10 MS ladder should be provided to enter the top and inside the tank with 45cm
minimum wide and made with MS angle 45x45x6mm or nearest size as sides and
25x25x6mm MS angle as footrest.
3.3.10.11 Two Nos of 400mm Wall casting pipe, 4 nos 150mm Wall casting pipe , 2
nos150m CI D/F Bend, 2 nos 150 mm D/F valve should be provided
3.3.10.12 All the Exposed surfaces of the GLSR should be painted in two coats with
ready mix emulsion paint of approved quality.
3.3.10.13 Water level indicator showing the level of water in tank shall be provided.
3.3.10.14 Necessary vent pipes for the sump with proper protection are also included in
the scope of work..
3.3.10.15 Filling the water in to the tank before handing over the tank for testing. In case
of ground structures with top covered, the tanks shall be deemed to be water tight if
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structure does not satisfy the condition of the test period, the test may be extended
for a further period of seven days and if the specified conditions of the test are satisfied
the structures shall be considered to be water tight. In case of unsatisfactory test
results, the contractor shall ascertain the cause, make all necessary repairs and
repeat the procedure until the test has been passed satisfactory at no extra cost to the
employer.

3.3.11 WATCHMANS CABIN

Watchman Cabin with toilet should be constructed near the entrance of WTP
Compound including wiring, installations of electrical accessories and necessary
plumbing. Watchman Cabin shall have plinth area not less than 10 m2 excluding
toilet. Foundation and superstructure are with laterite masonry in CM 1:5. Lintel
with RCC at the sunshade level shall be provided through out. Floor finish is with
best quality vitrified flooring tiles. 1 No. Aluminium door of size 1.0 x 2.10 m with
particle board panelling and all fittings shall be provided for entrance door. 2 Nos.
glazed Aluminium windows of size 1.5m x 1.50m and 2 Nos. Ventilators of size 0.8m
x 0.50m having opening facility and all fittings shall be provided. Water supply and
sanitary arrangements with 1 No. Wash basin,1 No. European Closet, Septic Tank,
500 liter capacity PVC tanks of reputed make etc shall be provided. The work shall
also include all finishing works such as plastering, painting, colour washing etc.
.

3.3.12 LABORATORY.
A fully equipped laboratory for conducting routine tests for turbidity, PH, residual
chlorine, dosing of chemicals etc., shall be set up. Jar testing apparatus with a
minimum of 4 jars shall be provided. Sufficient space for accommodating all
equipment and work benches shall be provided. Test reagents required for six months
use shall also be supplied. The specification of each equipment should be furnished
clearly. The work bench shall be minimum 75cm wide with marble slab provided on
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to supply water to the sink. There shall be a teak wood double drawer table and 4
armed chairs and a teak wood shelf of size 1.8 x 0.9 x 0.45 m or nearest size inside the
lab with shutters, lock and key arrangement.

There shall be a rest room of floor area not less than 12 m2 attached to the laboratory.

List of Laboratory equipments required

1 Digital pH meter - 1 No.

2 Digital Turbidity meter - 1 No.

3 Bacteriological test kit - 2 Nos.

4 Test tube - 12 Nos.

5 Porcelain dish - 2 Nos.

6 Chlorine test kit - 2 Nos.

7 Jar test apparatus - 1 No.

8 Common balance - 1 No.

9 Autoclave - 1 No.

10 Gas filled fire fighting cylinders and buckets,

gas masks etc. as per fire prevention rules. - 2 Nos.

11 Glass rode - 6 Nos.

12 Incubator - 1 No.

13 Conical flask (standard size ) - 6 Nos.

14 Water still - 1 No

15 Standard flask - 6 Nos.

16 Pipette - 3 Nos.

17 Spatula - 2 Nos.

18 Ton guy - 2 Nos.

19 Standard bottle 100ml - 4 Nos.

20 Wooden stand for keeping equipments - 2 Nos

21 laboratory reagents (suitable items & quantity) and all other modern

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equipments required for the Plant.

3.3.13 DRAINAGE SYSTEM

Conveying the Drainage of waste water coming after back wash of filter, during
cleaning and washing of Clariflocculators, Reservoirs etc. to the Common Sump then
leading to the nearest drain.

3.3.14 COMPOUND WALL

Compound wall should be constructed around the proposed WTP compound in


Laterite masonry in CM 1:6 for a height of 1.60m including plastering in CM 1:4, 12
mm thick and water proof cement painting shall be provided. M.S Fabricated gate of
min.4.00m width and a wicket gate of 1.00m width shall be provided to the main
entrance of the compound. The gate should be fixed in RCC pillars of size not less
than 45x45 cm. The foundation and basement shall be in RR masonry in CM 1:6.
Helical barbed wire fencing should be provided for the full length of compound wall
as directed by the engineer in charge

3.4 ARCHITECTURAL FEATURES:

3.4.1. The layout of the plant shall be spacious and convenient and appealing.

3.4.2. The architectural features of the plant shall be attractive. The structure should present
a pleasing appearance with aesthetic features both inside and outside.

3.4.3. All the floor inside the filter house including the laboratory, lobby etc. must be
finished with vitrified tiles of good quality approved by Engineer In Charge. All hand
railings inside the filter house shall be of stainless steel. Anodized Aluminium doors
and windows may be provided with glazed panels. All the windows shall be provided
with MS grill arrangement.

3.4.4. White glazed tiles shall be provided inside the inspection chambers with lighting
arrangement with glass cover. White glazed tiles shall be provided in the filter
chamber also up to 30 cm below top of filter media and also on the inside of wash
water gutters and gullet.

3.4.5 All RCC structures shall be plastered smooth and evenly by cement plastering with
cement mortar 1:3 richer mix both inside and outside.

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3.4.6. The buildings shall be painted with cement water proof paint of approved quality and
colour two coats over a priming coat on the internal and external walls. The outside of
the flash mixers, clariflocculators etc. must also be painted three coats with cement
water proof paint of approved colour.

3.4.7 All steel and wooden materials, machinery and equipment shall be painted two coats
over a priming coat with best quality enamel paint of suitable colour approved by
Authority.

3.4.8. There must be a lobby on the entrance for display of technical details; models etc.,
with a minimum floor area 20 m2.

3.4.9. There should be a suitable porch in front of the main entrance of the plant preferably
cantilevered and having a minimum area of 18 m2.

3.4.10. Flocculators, clarifiers / clariflocculators and inlet channel shall have walk way of
minimum 75 cm wide with suitable stainless steel hand rails.

3.4.11. All steps of ladders shall be of cast iron unless otherwise specified.

3.4.12 The front door shall be of minimum 2 m wide and with frame and glass panes.

3.4.13 Walkway shall be provided in between the clarifloculators and filter house. The width
shall not be less than 75 cm.

3.4.14. All walkways shall be with minimum 70 cm high hand rails. The paints of ladders and
rails shall be such that they are pleasing in appearance and matching to its position in
the structure.

3.4.15. Details of documents and preliminary drawings to be submitted by the tenderer for
evaluation of tender: All relevant documents, designs and detailed drawings of the
proposed plant should be submitted by the successful tenderer before starting the
work.

3.4.16. Finishing the ground around the filter house with best quality interlock flooring for a
width of not less than 6 m in front side and 3m in all other sides.

3.4.17. Approach road to the site from the nearest Panchayath / PWD road or any other road
should be made up of BT of minimum 4.00 m width with relevant IRC standard . All
internal components of treatment plant should be connected with BT roads.

3.5 CLARIFICATIONS

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All clarification about the scope of work should be done at the time of pre bid meeting
and further doubts will not be entertained. No additional claims other than the quoted
amount will be honored on any items of work required for the satisfactory completion
of the work. The contractor should assess all items of work required for the full
pledged completion of the work and all such works and charges incurred should be
included in the quoted amount.
3.6 Any item missing in this scope of work but essential for the satisfactory
completion of the work should be considered as the part of the scope of work of
this contract.

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PART IV – SUPPLY, ERECTION, TRIAL RUNNING, COMMISSIONING AND


MAINTENANCE OF 2 NOS.SUITABLE VT PUMP SETS AT INTAKE WELL CUM
PUMP HOUSE
4.1 SUPPLY, ERECTION, TESTING, AND COMMISSIONING OF SUITABLE
VERTICAL TURBINE PUMP SETS

This work is for the supply, erection, testing, commissioning and maintenance of 2
Nos. of Vertical Turbine Pump sets out of which one is standby and having suitable capacity
(roughly estimated as 2x60 HP with 1 pumpsets working at a time) working on 433V LT
supply with all accessories including M.S flanged column pipe of required length as per the
direction of the Engineer in charge. The pumpsets and accessories should have extended
warranty of one year beyond the original warranty period of 1 year and should be maintained
by the supplier for the first 2 years after commissioning. The length and size of pumping
main is 6900 m 250mm DIK9. The Contractor shall submit the lay out plan of pumpsets
keeping in view the future installation of pumpsets also. Suitable size MS pipes ,specials and
valves should be supplied and erected for the delivery connections and common rider upto
250mm DI Raw Water Pumping Main .
Supply and fabrication of all specials required for connecting the pumpsets to
Pumping main comes under the scope of this work. Column pipe of required size and length
as per the direction of Departmental Engineer in charge also comes under the scope of this
work. Additional spare quantity of column pipe of 3 m shall also be supplied by the
Contractor without extra cost. the contractor shall be provided additional switch room for
electrical accessories in adjacent to the existing pump house in order to meet the requirements
of clearance as per prevailing norms of Kerala Electrical Inspectorate without any additional
cost from the quoted amount, if required.The drawing of switchroom if required shall be
submitted to the engineer incharge for approval.
4.2 Duty conditions:

The vertical turbine pumpsets shall be designed for following duty conditions and
specification.
Discharge required: Not less than 45 lps (for 1 pumpsets at a time)parallel operation
Dia Of pipe: 250 mm DI K9
Efficiency not less than 70%
Length of pumping main: 6900 m

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foot valve level- +5.00


Floor level of pump house – +20.0
Inlet level of Aerator at T.P- +102.0 ( Maximum Level of Pumping Main) LS attached.
The contractor has the responsibility to check and assess the LS of the Pumping main and
total head including static head, losses due to friction in pipes and pipe fittings etc and thus
the total head against which the pump has to be operated. Thus the capacity of pumpsets to
give the minimum required output jointly with two pumpsets shall be calculated by the
contractor. The efficiency of the pumpset should not be less than 70%. The design and
selection of pumpsets shall be approved by competent authority of KWA.

4.3 PUMPSETS, STARTERS & ACCESSORIES:


Minimum requirement of the pumpsets and accessories to be supplied and erected
are furnished below
4.3.1 Reputed make, KWA approved, water lubricated vertical turbine pump sets with
bronze impeller, stainless steel shaft, cast iron casing, column assembly with Steiner
and all accessories, conforming to relevant IS specifications. The pumpset shall be
coupled with the motor specified in item No. 4.3.2 .Pumps shall be tested to the
required requirement in factory in the presence of TPIA and KWA Officer as per
relevant standards.

4.3.2 Reputed make, KWA approved, energy efficient EF1 cage induction motor screen
protected drip proof squirrel cage induction motor with vertical solid shaft suitable
for operation on 433V LT power supply and suitable for the above pumps, with
necessary coupling, non-reversible ratchet arrangements etc. complete and should
conform to relevant IS specifications
4.3.3 Totally enclosed 433 V panel board of reputed make, KWA approved, with separate
switch gears, vacuum circuit breakers, indicating instruments etc for each pumpset
and with castle key interlock suitable for operation of any two pumpsets at a time.
The panel board should be fabricated out of 14swg mild steel sheet, and bus duct of
high conductivity copper bus bars, pace sleeved, supported with insulators made of
non-hygroscopic and non- inflammable material capable of withstanding short
circuit current, air insulated and of adequate size as per the standard construction
practices approved by Kerala electrical inspectorate and relevant standards.

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4.3.4 2Nos star delta starter suitable for the above pumpset confirming to the relevant IEE
rules shall be supplied.

4.3.5 Suitable size best quality, ISI marked, heavy duty cast iron double flanged sluice valve
as per IS 780 for each pumpsets.
4.3.7 Suitable size best quality, ISI marked, heavy duty cast steel, double flanged reflex
valve and sluice valves as per IS specifications shall be provided for each pumpsets
4.3.8 Reputed make Suitable Size pressure gauge with stop cock and all accessories for
each pumpsets.

4.3.9 150mm MS pipes and specials for connecting the delivery of pumpsets to the common
250 mm MS pipe 12 mm Thick to connect the250mm DI K9 pumping main to be
supplied and laid as directed by departmental officers as a part of this work.

4.3.10 Suitable size cable and wiring materials to be laid as per IE rules from main switch
board to motor panel board, starters and to pumpsets.

4.3.11 Suitable wiring from supply point from incoming to switch board , starter and motor
etc with armoured PVC insulated copper conductor cable in required No of runs as per
rules with required current carrying capacity including fixing of all electrical
installations in connection with the pump sets

4.3.12 Plate/pipe earthing materials as per IE rules

4.3.13 Supply and providing suitable thick rubber mat in the pump house including supplying
all essential tools.

4.4 ERECTION, TRIAL RUN AND COMMISSIONING OF THE PUMPSETS:


The erection of pumpset motor ,valves, panel boards , energy meter board satisfying
KSEB & Electrical inspectorate, as per IE rules shall be carried out only after obtaining
approval of erection drawing from the Engineer in charge. The pumpsets shall be erected on
well designed foundation. Steel girders of ISHB having suitable size should be used to
support the floor slab of the well. The panel boards ,starters etc may be installed conveniently
to utilize the space inside the pump house . Civil works for fitting , erection, pipe connection
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etc are included in the scope of this work. Approval from electrical inspectorate including
preparation of drawings, obtaining approval of the drawings, arranging inspection of the
installation and obtaining safety certificate etc. should be done by the contractor after
completion of the work with out any extra cost. Scheme approval from the electrical
inspectorate shall be obtained before supplying the equipments. Necessary statutory fees
payable to the electrical inspectorate /KSEB should be paid by the contractor after intimation
to K.W.A. Before erection of pumpsets desilting and cleaning of the well etc shall be carried
out as per the direction of Departmental Engineer in charge.

4.5 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS


4.5.1. Factory test, witnessed by KWA Officer is mandatory for pumpsets/soft starters and
panel board and for others, field testing shall be carried out and test certificate shall
be submitted. Operation and maintenance manual shall be supplied before
completing the erection.
4.5.2. All electrical works should be executed through a licensed electricial contractors as
per IE rules.
4.5.3. The contractor shall supply all items for the satisfactory completion and
commissioning of the pumpsets.
4.5.4. The tenderer should submit performance curve of the pumpsets
4.5.5. Contractor has to verify the actual levels at site before designing the pumpsets.
4.5.6. Electrical installation should be on strict conformity with IE rules.
4.5.7. If any material is found defective it shall be replaced without any extra cost within the
guarantee period.
4.5.8. The motor, pump, starter,capacitors etc to be supplied shall be conforming to relevant
IS specifications and from the KWA approved make list appended and this same
shall be got approved by the competent Authority of KWA prior to supply.
4.5.9. The motor shall be energy efficient and supporting certificate to prove EF1 or EF2
shall be attached.
4.5.10.The scope of supply shall include the accurate digital metering/instrumentation at the
power input side as well as water delivery side for facilitating on line monitoring.
4.5.11. Pre commissioning and commissioning shall be carried out at site after installation by
actual measurements, conforming to standards of energy input Q, H and guaranteed
energy efficiency shall be demonstrated.
4.5.12. Vibration should be limited as per HIS 9.6.4.3 standard for pumpsets.

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4.5.13. Impeller should be dynamically balanced as per ISO 1940 grade 3 standards.
4.5.14. Pump performance tolerance should be subject to Hydrate Institute standard class A(
No negative tolerance is applicable in efficiency and no positive tolerance in power).
4.5.15. For all electrical equipments used, BEE standards are to be made applicable to
achieve energy conservation.
4.5.16. Technical drawings and make of all equipments shall be submitted to Engineer
in charge and got approved on vetting the same by special officer (Electrical) of
KWA.

4.6 ELECTROMAGNETIC FLOW METER


Electromagnetic flow meter of 250 mm with ISI marking with all accessories and
power backing shall be supplied and fixed to Raw Water Pumping Main at suitable
location as per the direction of Engineer in charge. The Electromagnetic Flow meter
shall be tested at FCRI Palakkad and the test certificate shall be produced .

4.7 CLARIFICATIONS

All clarification about the scope of work should be done at the time of pre bid meeting
and further clarification will not be entertained. No additional claims other than the quoted
amount will be honored on any items of work required for the satisfactory completion of this
work. The contractor should assess all items of work required for the satisfactory completion
of the work and all such works and charges incurred should be included in the quoted
amount.

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