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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION

FOR CONSTRUCTION WORKS

INDEX

TYPE TITLE

1 GENERAL
2 EARTHWORKS
3 SUBSOIL DRAINS
4 STORMWATER AND SEWER RETICULATION
5 WATER RETICULATION
6 MATERIAL AND PAVEMENT CONSTRUCTION
7 CONSTRUCTION OF MINOR CONCERETE STRUCTURES
8 SEALING
9 GUIDE POSTS AND STEEL BEAM GUARD FENCE
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR CONSTRUCTION WORKS

PART 1

GENERAL

1.1 GENERAL CONDITIONS PF CONTRACT

All works are to be carried out in accordance with the American Standards, this
specification, the drawings and are all to be carried out to the satisfaction of the Engineer.

1.2 INTERPRETATION OF DOCUMENTS

If there is any inconsistency between the wording of the clauses in this specification and
the General Conditions of Contract, the clauses in this specification are to take
precedence over clauses in the General Conditions of Contract. Notes and details on the
Drawing are to take precedence over this specification.

1.3 STANDARDS

1.3.1 American Standards


Wherever reference to an American Standard is stated it is to include a reference to
the latest issue of the particular American Standard applicable at the commencement
date of the contract.

1.4 ENDORSED DRAWING

The Drawings referred to in this Specification are those endorsed by the Council’s
Engineer.

1.5 ENGINEER

In this Specification the term “Engineer” is the Engineer, or the Engineer’s representative,
employed by the Clarence City Council.

The Engineer will inspect the work to ensure compliance with the contract.

The Engineer may appoint a representative to act as Clerk of Works and the Engineer or
his representative has the right to inspect all stages of the work.

1.6 NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT OR RESUMPTION OF WORK

The Engineer is to be notified in writing on the approved form at least two (2) working
days before the commencement, or resumption of work, where the work has ceased for
six (6) or more working days.

1.7 HOURS OF WORK


Subject to paragraph 1.13, no works to be carried out pursuant to this contract is to
proceed outside the hours of 7.00 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Monday to Friday or on public
holidays without the prior approval of the Engineer and such other approvals as many be
required. The Contractor must pay the costs of any additional inspections made necessary
by work outside the times specified above.

1.8. CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM

Prior to commencement of work on site the Contractor is to provide the Engineer with
two (2) copies of the proposed construction program. This is to be in an acceptable bar
chart form showing planned weekly progress and is to have provision for entering
comparative actual progress.

The Engineer must be notified in writing of any changes to the program.

1.9 SITE OFFICE

The Contractor is to provide on site an office that may be used by the Engineer,
containing a complete set of the Drawing at all times.

1.10 EXISTING SERVICES

The Contractor must not interfere with the Council’s Services without prior approval of
the Engineer.

All damage caused to existing Council services by the Contractor will be repaired by the
Council at the Contractors expense unless otherwise approved by the Engineer.

1.11 EXISTING ROADS

Any damage to a local highway, caused by the Contractor, is to repaired in accordance


with the Engineers requirement at the Contractor’s cost.

No material is to be stored on any local highway without approval of the Engineer.

1.12 ACCESS

Access over abutting properties is not permitted unless agrees to in writing by the owners
and occupiers. Access to existing properties is to be maintained at all times.

1.13 TRAFFIC CONTROL

Without limiting the provisions of Clause 15, of the General Conditions of Contract, the
Contractor is to;

1.13.1 Sign and Lights


Provide signs and lights, complying with the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control
Devices AS 1742 and the Tasmanian Traffic Regulations.

1.13.2 Stop and Slow Signs


Provide traffic control signage including “stop”/”slow” signs when less than two lanes
are available to traffic.

1.13.3 Inspection
Provide regular inspection and maintenance od=f signs, lights, safety equipment and
barriers at all times including inspections on weekends and holidays.

1.14 INSPECTIONS

The Contractor must give the Engineer notice of all inspection in accordance with this
specification.

The Engineer may require the Contractor to uncover any works that have not been
inspected by the Engineer and require remedial works to be carried out at the Contractor’s
expense.

1.15 EXPLOSIVES

No blasting is to take place on site without all necessary approvals being given by the
appropriate authorities.

1.16 LOT PEGS

Lot Pegs must not be disturbed by the Contractor unless it is necessary to carry out the
work of the Contract. If lot pegs are disturbed by the Contractor, the lot pegs are to be
replaced by a licensed surveyor as soon as possible.

The Contractor is responsible for the replacement of lot pegs prior to the works being
placed on maintenance.

1.17 SURVEY MARKS

State Permanent Marks must not be disturbed without the written permission of the
Engineer. The Engineer will require the Contractor to pay the cost of re-establishing the
State Permanent Marks if disturbed.

Temporary benchmarks must be established on site in accordance with the Drawings and
must be maintained by the Contractor for the duration of the contract.

1.18 MAINTENANCE

Upon completion of the work, the Engineer will arrange an inspection to certify that the
works are completed.

Subject to the approval of the Engineer the works are to be maintained for a period of six
(6) months or as otherwise required by the Engineer

At the end of the Maintenance period the Engineer will arrange a final inspection. Subject
to the approval of the Engineer the works may be taken over by Council.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR CONSTRUCTION WORKS

PART 2

EARTHWORKS

2.1 SCOPE OF WORK

This section includes clearing and grubbing of materials from the site, excavating,
filling and compaction necessary for the satisfactory construction of t he works.

2.2 STANDARD

Standard Drawings
MSD 1-08A Rural Road Typical Cross Section
MSD 2-01 Urban Road Typical Cross Section

2.3 MATERIALS

2.3.1 Filling Material


All materials used in filling must meet CBR of 15 be free from all vegetation, organic
matter or deleterious material and must be approved by the Engineer and shall be
obtained from cutting where possible.

2.3.2 Geotextile Fabric


Geotextile fabric shall be non-woven type, thermally bonded, of minimum weight
140g/m^2 or equivalent as approved by the Engineer.

References, identification and testing of geotextile fabric must comply with the
requirements of the American Standard.

2.4 SET-OUT

The Contractor is responsible for setting out alignment and levels from the Drawings
and shall establish sufficient set-out pegs to ensure smooth changes in both vertical
and horizontal alignment.

Bench marks, survey pegs, level pegs or supplementary reference marks must not be
adjusted or moved without written approval of the Engineer. The contractor must
transfer any pegs affected by the earthworks to side positions clear of operations and
must note the extent of the movement in distance and level.

2.5 DRAINAGE

During the progress of the work the surface profile must be maintained in shape and
condition to ensure free drainage at all times.

2.6 CLEARAING AND GRUBBING


Clearing must be carried out in advance of any earthwork operations and is to include
the removal of all foreign material and vegetation, except trees and plants required to
be preserved, from within the boundaries of areas affected by earthworks or other
areas to be cleared as designated on the Drawings.

All stumps and roots must be grubbed to a depth of at least 300mm below finished
subgrade level under pavements and at least 150mm below the finished surface level
elsewhere. Grub holes are to be backfilled and well compacted with approve material.

All foreign material and vegetation cleared except topsoil must be removed from the
site and is to be deposited at the appropriate disposal site. Burning off of these
materials is not permitted.

2.7 STRIPPING AND STOCKPILING OF TOPSOIL

All topsoil is to be stripped from areas to be paved, excavated or filed and from other
areas as shown on the Drawings.

Topsoil is to be stored in approved stockpiles for use in re-instatement of the work by


the Contractor.

2.8 EXCAVATION

2.8.1 Extent of Work


Excavation is to be taken out accurately to the lines, levels, grades and sections shown
on the Drawings

2.8.2 Disposal of Surplus Material


Where specified on the Drawing s or where directed by the Engineer, the Contractor
is to remove surplus material from the site. Where material is required to be
stockpiled the locations are to be a as approved by the Engineer.

2.9 FILLING

2.9.1 Unsound Foundations


If in the opinion of the Engineer the existing materials is unsound, the material is to
be removed and replaced with approved material and compacted to 95 percent
standard compaction as specified in AS 1289.

2.9.2 Benching
Where the cross slope of the natural surface is steeper than 1 vertical in 3 horizontal,
the base of the entire embankment is to be benched horizontally to sufficient width to
allow the use of compaction equipment during the placement of fill material and to
allow filling in horizontal layers across the whole width of the embankment.

Embankment construction must not start until the benching of the embankment has
been approved by the Engineer.

2.9.3 Placing and Compaction


The total width on which fill materials is to be placed is to be compacted to produce a
minimum of 95 percent standard compaction as specified AS 1289.

Filling is to be carried up in horizontal layers, extending the full width of the


embankment in layers not exceeding 400mm uncompacted.

The fill is to be taken above finished surface level and then trimmed, graded and
compacted to finished levels.

2.10 GEOTEXTILE SEPARATION LAYER

Geotextile fabric installed as a separation layer and complying with the requirements
of clause 2.3.2 must be placed over areas as shown on the Drawing or where directed
by the Engineer. All joints in geotextile fabric are to have a 500mm minimum overlap.

2.11 SUBGRADE

2.11.1 Preparation and Trimming

The subgrade is to be finished true to alignment dimensions and levels, compacted, tested and
approved by the Engineer before any pavement material is placed.

Trimming must extend for a sufficient width to include the kerb and channel
and/or shoulders.

The subgrade must be compacted to produce a minimum of 100 percent


standard compaction as specified in AS 1289.

2.11.2 Unsound Subgrade Material


Where the surface of the subgrade in cutting consists of material, which, in the
opinion of the Engineer, is less than the design bearing capacity, the Contractor shall
excavate to a further depth and replace with an approved material to the satisfaction of
the Engineer.

2.12 ACCEPTANCE

2.12.1 Inspection
The Contractor must arrange for the following stages of the works to be inspected;
a) Prior to commencement of the work;
b) Set-out of the work;
c) Completion of clearing and grubbing prior to the stripping of topsoil;
d) Excavation and benching;
e) Prior to filling;
f) Preparation and trimming of subgrade.

The Contractor must give twenty-four (24) hours’ notice for any of the above
inspections. Work must not proceed unless each stage of the work has been
inspected and passed by the Engineer

2.12.2 Tolerances
The finished profile of excavations and earthworks must be to the alignments and
grades indicated on the Drawings and shall be within a tolerance of +0 mm to -50 mm
of design levels.

The finished surface level of the subgrade must not deviate from a 3.0 meter straight
edge laid in any direction by more than 30mm.

2.12.3 Testing
The Contractor must arrange or carry out the following tests as required by the
Engineer

a) Filling
Supply standard laboratory soil tests in accordance with AS 1289 for fill materials
in the construction of the works.

b) Test Rolling
Test roll fill embankment benches and road pavement subgrade. Test rolling must
be performed by a static weight roller of 8 to 10 ton mass, or a single rear axle
truck fitted with dual wheels and 9.00 x 20 tires inflated to 550 kPa loaded to
produced a rear axle mass of 8.2 ton, or such other vehicle as may be approved by
the Engineer, travelling at 4 to 5 kph. The allowable deflection of the subgrade
must not be more than is just visible to an observer standing still as the vehicle
passes.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR CONSTRUCTION WORKS

PART 3

SUBSOIL DRAINS

3.1 SCOPE OF WORK

This Specification covers the requirements for the supply of materials, equipment,
labor and services for the construction of subsoil drains.

3.2 STANDARD

Standard Drawing
MSD 3-10 Subsoil Drain

3.3 MATERIAL

3.3.1 Pipes
The type, diameter and lengths of pipe used is to be as show on the Drawings. Subsoil
drain pipe must comply with the relevant American Standard.

3.3.2 Filter Material


Filter material is to consist of an angular, clean, hard and durable crushed rock with a
uniformly sized particle size of 20mm. The filter material is to be free from lumps of
clay or organic matter

3.3.3 Geotextile Fabric


Geotextile fabric is to be of non-woven type thermally bonded, minimum weight
100g/m^2, or equivalent as approved by the Engineer, References, identification and
testing of geotextile fabric must comply with the requirements of the relevant
American Standards.

3.3.4 Alternative Drain


Alternative drain types shall not be installed unless otherwise approved by the
Engineer.

3.4 EXCAVATION

Trenches must be excavated and trimmed clean true to grade and alignment as shown
on the Drawing or directed by the Engineer.

Unless noted on the Drawings the trenches must be constructed in accordance with the
Standard Drawings to grade not flatter than that of the carriageway but having a
minimum grade of 1 in 200. (0.5 percent).

3.5 TRENCH LINING

Trenches must be lined with geotextile filter fabric as shown on the Standard
Drawings.
Where fabric requires jointing, fabric is to overlap a minimum of 500mm at transverse
joints and the full trench width at the top.

3.6 LAYING AND JOINTING SUBSOIL DRAIN PIPE

Subsoil drains must be laid and bedded as detailed on the Drawings. Subsoil drain
pipe must be jointed according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.

3.7 BACKFILLING

The trench must be backfilled with filter material as described in Clause 3.3.2 and in
layers not exceeding 150mm loose depth.

Where trenches are not covered by pavement or other works, 100mm of material
matching the surrounding must be placed as a surface layer

3.8 OUTLETS

Outlets must be placed as shown on the Drawings. Outlets to discharge clear of


embankments must be of sufficient slope to prevent silting and where outlets will
discharge into culverts, waterways, etc., the pipes must be positioned above flood
level. Outlets for street drainage must discharge into storm water pits at locations or
interval as shown on the Drawings.

Where subsoil drains discharge through concrete headwalls, pits, stone walls, etc., a
neat entry is required, free of any obstruction. Any blackouts are to be rendered after
drain installation

3.9 INSPECTIONS

The Contractor must give not less than twenty-four (24) hours’ notice of the
commencement or completion of the undermentioned works and must-submit such
works for inspection. The Contractor must not proceed with the next succeeding
operation until specific approval has been given for the following:

a) Trench excavation
b) Trench lining with filter fabric and laying of subsoil drain pipe.
c) Filter material backfill
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR CONSTRUCTION WORKS

PART 4

STORM WATER AND SEWER RETICULATION

4.1 SCOPE OF WORK

This section includes the supply of materials, equipment, labor and services necessary
for the construction of storm water and sewer reticulation.

4.2 STANDARD

Standard Drawings
MSD 3-01 Precast Concrete Storm Water Access Chamber
MSD 3-02 Storm water Pit Type A and B
MSD 3-03 Grated Storm water Pit
MSD 3-04 Single Side Entry Pit
MSD 3-05 Double Side Entry Pit
MSD 3-06A Grated Side Entry Pit
MSD 3-07A Grated Deflector Pit
MSD 3-08 Precast Concrete Surrounds and Inserts
MSD 3-09A Grate Details
MSD 3-10 Subsoil Drain
MSD 3-11 Precast Concrete end wall
MSD 4-01 Precast Concrete Sewer Access Chamber
MSD 6-01 Concrete Pipe Installation Details
MSD 6-02 DICL Pipe Installation Details
MSD 6-03 UPVC Pipe Installation Details
MSD 6-05A Property Connection Details, Sewer and Storm Water
MSD 6-06 Anchor Block

4.3 MATERIALS

4.3.1 Pipes and Fittings


Pipes and fittings must comply with the relevant American Standard. Type of pipes
used in the Contract must be shown on the Drawings unless otherwise approved by
the Engineer.

4.3.2 Storage and Handling


Materials must be stored and handled in such a manner necessary to prevent their
damage and deterioration. The Contractor must employ adequate means to safety
handle pipes, access chambers and other materials.

4.3.3 Bedding and Haunching


Pipe bedding and haunching material will depend on the type of pipe installed as
shown in the Standard Drawings MSD 6-01 TO MSD 6-03. It must be clean sand,
gravel or crushed rock, free from organic matter and clay lumps and conform with the
grading given in Table 4.3.1.
Pipe bedding material shall also have a sand equivalent of at least 60.

Table 4.3.1

AS Sieve Percentage Passing by Mass


(mm)
9.5 100
2.36 25-100
0.425 0-60
0.075 0-10

Where referred to on the Standard Drawings alternative bedding material may be fine
crushed rock in accordance with Clause 4.3.4 ©.

4.3.4 Backfill

a) Select Fill
Must comply with the requirements of AS 3725, Section 4, generally being sands
or gravels or sand and gravel mixtures with fines of low plasticity obtained from
excavation of the pipe trench or elsewhere with a particle size not greater than
75mm.

b) Ordinary Fill
Must comply with the requirements of AS 3725, Section 4, being material
obtained from excavation of the pipe trench or elsewhere and containing not more
than 20 percent by mass of stones with a size between 75mm and 150mm and
none larger than 150mm.

c) Fine Crushed Rock


Must be material complying with the requirements of aggregate used for base
course construction and in accordance with Part 6 of this specification.

4.3.5 Concrete
Concrete for pits, access chambers, headwalls and culverts must be N20 unless
otherwise shown on the Drawing.

4.3.6 Access Chamber Sections


Precast access chamber risers, tapers and other precast units must be of a type
approved by the Engineer

4.4 EXCAVATION

4.4.1 General
Prior to excavation the Contractor must note all existing features and locate all
underground services.

4.4.2 Surface Excavation


Surface material is to be carefully stripped and set aside. Where the material is to be
re-used it is to be stacked separately.
4.4.3 Trenching
Trenches are to be excavated to the lines and levels shown on the Drawings with
allowance being made for bedding. The dimensions of the trench must comply with
the relevant Standard Drawing.

The base of the excavated trench is to be trimmed neat and uniform for its full length.
Boulders, roots and any other hard objects in the bottom of the trench are to be
removed. Soft areas in the bottom of the trench are to be taken out and filled to grade
level with approved bedding material and compacted.

The Contractor must maintain all trenches in a safe condition for protection of people
and property and must notify the Industry Services Division of Tasmania –
Development and Resources, of any excavation over 1.5m deep and be responsible for
carrying out the instruction of its officers.

4.4.4 Storage and Disposal of Material


Excavated material is to be stored in a safe manner and in a location approved by the
Engineer. No excavated material is to be placed against any fence or wall without the
written consent of the owner and the approval of the Engineer. Material shall be
disposed of in locations approved by the Engineer.

4.5 LOCATION OF PIPES, PITS, ACCESS CHAMBERS AND ENDWALLS

All pipes, pits, access chambers, and end walls are to be located as shown on the
Drawings unless otherwise approved by the Engineer.

4.6 CONNECTION TO EXISTING FACILITIES

Connections to existing pipes and access chambers are to be undertaken by the


Council at the Contractor’s cost unless otherwise noted on the Drawings. The
Contractor is responsible for notifying the Engineer of the requirements for the
connection to the existing service fourteen (14) days prior to the need for that
connection.

4.7 DEWATERING

During the progress of drainage works, the Contractor must provide for affective
diversion and disposal of surface water and the Contractor is responsible for all
damage to the works, or part of the works, surrounding properties due to inadequate
drainage diversion or inadequate de-watering equipment.

4.8 PIPE LAYING, JOINTING AND BACKFILLING

4.8.1 Trench Foundation


The trench foundation must be finished to the approval of the Engineer prior to
placing of the bedding material.

4.8.2 Bedding
Bedding is to be compacted bedding material complying with Clause 4.3.3 placed in
accordance with the relevant Standard Drawing Compaction is to be to 95 percent of
standard compaction in accordance with AS 1289.

4.8.3 Laying
All pipes are to be laid straight and are to be free from dirt and foreign matter and in
condition and laid with manufacturing marks visible. All pipes must be bedded for the
full length of their barrel. Laying is to commence at the downstream end and proceed
upstream with the socket ends of pipes placed upstream.

4.8.4 Jointing
Jointing of pipes must be in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications.

4.8.5 Haunching
Haunching must be material complying with Clause 4.3.3 placed in accordance with
the relevant Standard Drawing. Material must be placed and well tamped to the
satisfaction of the Engineer.

4.8.6 Backfilling
Backfilling material must be as shown on the relevant Standard Drawing and must be
placed in layers not exceeding 150mm thick when compacted. The degree of
compaction will depend on the location of the trench.

For trenches clear of trafficked areas the layers must be compacted to a minimum
density of 95 percent standard compaction in accordance with AS 1289. For trenches
under trafficked areas the layers must be compacted to comply with the pavement
requirements as shown in Table 4.8.1

Table 4.8.1

Pavement Layer Characteristic Density in Accordance


with AS 1289
Sub-grade 95% standard compaction
Sub-grade 95% standard compaction
Base 95% standard compaction

The ground surface must be reinstated to its original condition or as shown on the
Drawings and to the satisfaction of the Engineer

4.8.7 Cutting of Pipes


Where pipes are cut ends are to be left neat and regular

4.8.8 Property Connections


Property connections must be laid and located as shown on the Drawings. An
Inspection Opening is to be installed at the connection and is to be raised to the
surface in accordance with the Standard Drawing.

4.9 STRUCTURE

4.9.1 Access Chamber


Access chambers are to be constructed of approved precast sections or grade N20
concrete.

Invert channels and benches must be constructed as shown on the Standard Drawing
and are to be formed of N20 concrete finished with a 20mm thick layer of 2:1
sand/cement mortar smoothed down with a steel tool. The access chamber base is to
be constructed before access chamber wall construction proceeds.

The entrance and outlet are to be fully smoothed and shaped to allow free passage for
flow and be clear of any obstructions or irregularities. In straight through access
chambers the invert may be formed with half pipe sections embedded in concrete.

Sewer access chamber are to be free of infiltration. Flexible joints for all PVC lines
entering the access chamber are required.

For cast in-situ access chambers, inside and outside shutters are to be used. The walls
are to be 150mm thick and have a smooth internal finish.

Where precast sections are used in access chambers, joints are to be made with mortar
or an approved glue.

Drop connections are to be constructed as shown on the Standard Drawing and shall
be constructed as close as possible to the inside of the access chamber.

Approved step rungs are to be built into the access chamber walls as shown on the
Standard Detail Drawing.

Capped branch drain connection pipe or starter pipes are to be built into access
chamber as shown on the Drawings. Sewer connections must not protrude inside the
access chamber.

4.9.2 Storm Water and Side Entry Pits


Storm water pits and Side Entry pits are to be constructed of grade N20 concrete and
in accordance with the Standard Drawing and of the type shown on the Drawings.

The pit base is to be constructed before pit wall construction proceeds. Inside and
outside shutters are to be used at all times unless otherwise authorized by the
Engineer.

Invert channels and benches are to be constructed as shown on the Standard Drawing
and are to be formed of grade N20 concrete finished with a 20mm thick layer of 2:11
sand/cement mortar smoothened with a steel tool. The entrance and outlets are to be
smoothened and well-shaped to allow free passage for flow and be clear of any
obstructions and irregularities.

Allowance is to be made for connection of subsoil drains as shown on the Standard


Drawings.

4.9.3 End walls


Precast endwalls must be in accordance with the Standard Drawing and bedded on
compacted bedding material complying with Clause 4.3.3 as required for concrete
pipe

Where shown on the Drawings stone pitching of inlet an outlet channels is to consist
of approved quarry stone that is to dense, resistant to weathering, and of reasonably
uniform size and appearance. Nominal stone size shall be 200mm. The stone shall be
bedded on grade N20 concrete, to a minimum depth 150mm.

4.9.4 Anchor Blocks


Anchor blocks and cut off walls are to be constructed as shown on the Drawings.

4.10 INSPECTIONS

The Contractor is to arrange for the following inspections by the Engineer;


a) Inspection of the site prior to commencing work
b) Completion of trench excavation prior to placement of bedding material
c) Completion of pipe laying prior to any backfilling
d) Stages of backfilling
e) Completion of excavation for access chamber bases
f) Completion of access chamber bases prior to rendering
g) Completion of access chamber.
Twenty-four (24) hours’ notice must be given for any of the above inspections. Work
must not proceed unless each stage of work has been inspected and passed by the
Engineer

4.11 TESTING

4.11.1 Cost of Testing


All test required by the Engineer are to be at the Contractor cost.

4.11.2 Testing Bedding, Haunching and Backfill Material


The Engineer may request a sample of bedding or backfill material to be taken and
tested by registered N.A.T.A testing laboratory in order to determine whether the
material complies with the specification. Any material which is found not to comply
with the requirements must not be used for bedding or backfill.

4.11.3 Pipeline Inspection and Testing


a) Pipeline Inspection
The pipelines are to be inspected by means of a mirror and lamp to ensure there are
no obstructions in the barrel and to ensure that pipes are laid straight.

b) Sewer Pipeline Testing


Completed sewer pipelines must be tested by the Contractor with an approved
method

4.11.4 Access Chamber Testing


Access chamber leakage test may be required by the Engineer at the Contractor’s cost.
The access chamber entries and outlets are to be temporarily sealed and the access
chamber filled with water. Any visible leakage or leakage which exceeds five liters in
twenty-four (24) hours will not be acceptable.

4.11.5 Concrete Testing


Compressive strength and slump test may be required at the Contractor’s cost. These
are to be carried out in accordance with AS 1012.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR CONSTRUCTION WORKS

PART 5

WATER RETICULATION

5.1 SCOPE OF WORK

This section includes the supply of materials, equipment, labor and services necessary
for the construction of water reticulation.

5.2 STANDARD

Standard Drawings
MSD 1-01B Service locations (urban subdivision)
MSD 5-01 Fire Hydrant, sluice and scour valve installation details
MSD 5-02A Property connection details – water
MSD 5-03 Thrust block details
MSD 6-02 DICL pipe – installation details
MSD 6-03 UPVC pipe – installation details
MSD 6-04 Copper and polyethylene pipe – installation details
MSD 6-06 Anchor Blocks

5.3 MATERIAL
5.3.1 Pipe and Fittings
Pipes and fittings must comply with the relevant American Standard and type of pipes
used in the Contract must be as shown on the Drawings unless otherwise approved by
the Engineer. Fittings for polyethylene pipework must be Plasson fittings of a type
approved by the Engineer

5.3.2 Storage and Handling


Materials must be stored and handled in such a manner necessary to prevent their
damage and deterioration. The Contractor must employ adequate means to safety
handle pipes, fittings and other materials.

5.3.3 Bedding and Haunching


Pipe bedding and haunching material will depend on the type of pipe installed as
shown in the Standard Drawing MSD 6-01 to MSD 6-04. It shall be clean sand, gravel
or crushed rock, free from organic matter and clay lumps and conform with the
grading given in Table 5.3.1. Pipe bedding material must also have a sand equivalent
of at least 60.

Table 5.3.1

AS SIEVE PERCENTAGE PASSING BY MASS


(mm)
9.5 100
2.36 25-100
0.425 0-60
0.075 0-10
Where referred to on the Standard Drawings alternative bedding material may be fine
crushed rock in accordance with Clause 5.3.4©.

5.3.4 Backfill
a) Select Fill
Generally being sands or gravels or sand and gravel mixtures with fines of low
plasticity obtained from excavation of the pipe trench or elsewhere with a particle size
not greater than 75mm.

b) Ordinary Fill
Being material obtained from excavation of the pipe trench or elsewhere and
containing not more than 20 percent by mass of stones with a size between 75mm
and 150mm and none larger than 150mm

c) Fine Crushed Fill


Fine crushed rock is to be material complying with the requirements of aggregate
used for base course construction and in accordance with Part 6 of this
specification.

5.3.5 Concrete
Concrete for minor concrete structures is to be in accordance with Part 9 of this
specification.

5.3.6 Valves, Hydrants and Covers


a) Sluice Valves
Sluice valves are to be fitted with C.I. cap and comply with AS 2638

b) Gate Valves
Gate Valves must comply with AS 1628, Copper Alloy Gate Valves for General
Purposes and are to have a non-rising stem and hand wheel.

c) Fire Hydrants
Hydrant Valves must be 100mm diameter spring loaded bayonet or “L-Type”

d) Non-return and Air Valves


Valves must be from an approved manufacturer and comply where applicable with
BS 4090 and AS 1628.

e) Stop Taps
Stop taps are to be brass, fitted with screwed connections and comply with AS
1718.

f) Valve and Hydrant Cover


Valve and Hydrant covers are to be to the requirements of the Engineer

g) Pressure Relief and Reducing Valves


Pressure and Relief Reducing Valves are to be subject to the approval of the
Engineer
h) Backflow Prevention Device
Device to be supplied and installed as per AS 3500.1 and must be a testable RPZD
valve.

5.4 EXCAVATION

5.4.1 General
Prior to excavation the Contractor is to note all existing surface features and locate all
underground services.

5.4.2 Trenching
Trenching are to be excavated to the lines and levels shown on the Drawings with
allowance being made for bedding. The dimensions of the trench must comply with
the relevant Standard Drawing. The Contractor is to excavate such chambers or
recesses as are necessary to enable joints to be made and is to trim the trench bottom
so as to give even bedding to the pipe. The cost of such excavation is to be included in
the schedule rate for laying and jointing.

5.4.3 Dewatering
During the progress of drainage works, the Contractor must provide for effective
diversion and disposal of surface and ground water and the Contractor is responsible
for all damage to the works or part of the works or surrounding properties due to
inadequate drainage diversion or inadequate dewatering equipment.

5.4.4 Storage and Disposal of Material


Excavated material not required or not suitable for the works is to be removed from
the site. No excavated material is to be placed against any fence or wall without the
written consent of the owner and the approval of the Engineer.

5.5 LOCATION OF PIPES, VALVES, HYDRANTS ETC.

All pipes, Valves, hydrants etc. are to be located as shown on the Drawings unless
otherwise approved by the Engineer.

5.6 CONNECTION TO EXISTING MAINS

Arrangements are to be made with the Council for connection to existing mains.

5.7 PIPE LAYING, JOINTING AND BACKFILLING

5.7.1 Trench Foundation


The trench foundation is to be finished to the approval of the Engineer prior to placing
of the bedding material.

5.7.2 Bedding
Bedding is to be compacted to comply with Clause 5.3.3 and placed in accordance
with the relevant Standard Drawing.

5.7.3 Laying
All pipes are to be laid free from dirt and foreign matter and in good condition and
laid with manufacturing marks visible.

5.7.4 Jointing
Jointing of pipes is to be in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications.

5.7.5 Haunching
Haunching material is to comply with Clause 4.3.3 and must be placed in accordance
with the relevant Standard Drawing.

5.7.6 Backfilling
Backfilling material is to be as shown on the relevant Standard Drawing and is to be
compacted inlayers not exceeding 150mm thick when compacted. The degree of
compaction will depend on the location of the trench.

5.7.7 Cutting of Pipes


Where pipes are cut the ends are to be left neat and regular.

5.7.8 Cables in Common Trench


Where services are lain in a common trench the trench size, depth and backfill are to
be in accordance with requirements of the relevant service authority.

5.7.9 Property Connections


Property connections points for house connections are to be laid in accordance with
the Standard Drawing and located as shown on the Drawings.
5.7.10 Ends of Pipe works
The open ends of all pipe work are to be kept covered to prevent dirt, stones and other
debris from entering

5.8 VALVES AND HYDRANTS

Valves, air valves, hydrants and covers are to be installed as shown on the Drawing.

5.9 THRUST AND ANCHOR BLOCKS

The Contractor is to construct thrust and anchor blocks as required at bends, tees,
dead ends and valves. The concrete is to conform to Part 9 of this Specification.

5.10 INDICATOR AND MARKER POSTS

The Contractor is to supply, and erect approved reinforced concrete indicator post for
all sluice valves, gate valves, air valves and scour valves. Indicator post are to be in
accordance with the Standard Drawings and be set vertically against the property line
so that a line from the center of the post to the fittings to be indicated is at right angles
to the principal face of the post.

5.11 INSPECTION

Unless otherwise required by the Engineer the Contractor is to arrange for inspections
to be carried out at the following stages of the work.
5.12 TESTING

5.12.1 Cost of Testing


All tests required by the Engineer are to be at the Contractor’s expense.

5.12.2 Backflow Prevention Device Inspection and Testing


Must comply to Section 4 of AS3500.1 and must be tested by a qualified backflow
prevention device tester prior to practical completion.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR CONSTRUCTION WORKS

PART 6

MATERIAL AND PAVEMENT CONSTRUCTION

6.1 SCOPE OF WORK

This section includes the supply of all materials, equipment, labor and services
necessary for the construction of pavements.

6.2 STANDARD

Standard Drawings
MSD 1-08A Urban Road (Typical Cross Section)
MSD 2-01 Rural Road (Typical Cross Section)

6.3 MATERIAL

6.3.1 General
Unless otherwise specified, all pavement material is to be crushed aggregate produced
from sound unweather igneous rock and shoulder material is to be natural gravel.

6.3.2 Source of Materials


The Contractor is to identify the source of materials and may be required to provide
N.A.T.A. endorsed certificates plus a 20kg representative sample at least three (3)
days prior to use for approval by the Engineer. Changes to the material source must be
approved by the Engineer.

6.3.5 Water
The water used is to be clear, clean and free of deleterious substances.

6.3.6 Wet Mix


Wet mix is to consist of a uniform blend of base course material and water to provide
a uniform moisture content of 3 to 7 percent. The actual water content is to be as
recommended by the Superintendent and approved by the Engineer.

6.4 CONSTRUCTION

6.4.1 Spreading of Materials


Materials are to be spread uniformly and in layers not exceeding 150mm loose depth
in a manner which avoids segregation

6.4.2 Compaction of Materials


The sub-base material and shoulder material must be compacted to a minimum
characteristics dry density ratio of 95 percent of modified compaction at optimum
moisture content.

6.4.3 Construction Tolerances


Each pavement course, consisting of one or more layers of the same material, is to be
finished to a smooth and uniform surface and must conform to the levels, grades and
shapes shown on the Drawings.

6.5 INSITU STABILISATION

Where specified in the design documentation pavement material is to be stabilized


with the nominated type and amount of cementitious binder in accordance with this
clause.

6.6 ACCEPTANCE

6.6.1 Inspection
The Contractor is responsible for arranging inspection by the Engineer of the various
stages of the work.

6.6.2 Testing
a) Materials Testing
The Engineer may direct the Contractor to supply to the Engineer copies of delivery
dockets for all pavement material used.
b) Pavement Testing
All pavement layers are to be compacted so that they are capable of withstanding
proof rolling.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR CONSTRUCTION WORKS

PART 7

CONSTRUCTION OF MINOR CONCRETE STRUCTURES

7.1 SCOPE OF WORK

This section includes the supply of materials, equipment, labor and services necessary
for the construction of minor concrete structures including pits, access chamber,
anchor blocks, minor walls, footpaths, pavements and vehicular crossing.

7.2 MATERIALS

Water is to be free of all substance harmful to concrete and reinforcing steel. Cement
is to be Portland Cement Type A unless otherwise shown on the Drawing

7.3 CONCRETE MIX DESIGN

The contractor is responsible for the design of the concrete mix required to attain the
specified concrete requirements.

7.4 CONCRETE MANUFACTURE

All concrete is to be ready-mixed concrete from an approved mixing plant.

7.5 CONSTRUCTION

7.5.1 Foundation
Excavation and embankments are to be formed and compacted to the lines, levels and
grades shown on the Drawing or as directed by the Superintendent.

7.5.2 Formwork
Forms are to be of approved material, rigid, securely braced and supported to produce
mortar tight joints and smooth even surfaces.

7.5.3 Reinforcement
Reinforcement is to be placed in accordance with the reinforcement details as shown
on the Drawings

Approved chairs, spacers and other support are to be used for the support of all
reinforcement. Cover is to be as specified on the Drawings or as directed by the
Superintendent.

7.5.4 Concrete Placement, Surface Curing and Finish


Concrete must not be placed until all formwork; installation of reinforcement and
preparation of all surfaces have been approved by the Engineer.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR CONSTRUCTION WORK

PART 8

SEALING

8.1 SCOPE OF WORK

This section covers the supply and delivery of all materials, labor and plant necessary
for bituminous priming and sealing of the road surface.

8.2 MATERIALS

8.2.1 Aggregate
Aggregates are to be produced by crushing clean, sound unweathered crushed rock or
crushed gravel or shingle, of uniform quality and must have at least 75 percent by
mass of its particles with two or more crushed faces

8.2.2 Binder
The binder is to be Class 170 Residual Bitumen in accordance with AS 2008

8.2.3 Primer
The primer is to consist of either a class AMC00 or AMC0 cutback bitumen to AS
2157 or a rapid setting bitumen emulsion to AS 1160

8.3 PREPARATION

8.3.1 Protection of Other Works


Concrete kerb and channel, access chamber and utility covers and such like are to be
masked wit paper or covered prior to carrying out surfacing works.

8.3.2 Surface Preparation


The surface is to be swept to remove any loose stones, dust, dirt, or foreign material
from the previously prepared bade. Care must be taken to avoid damage to the surface
by sweeping.

8.3.3 Pre-coating
Aggregate is to be pre-coated with a suitable material to a uniformly surface-damp
condition.

8.4 SEALING
8.4.1 Organization of the Work
Spraying is not commencing until sufficient bitumen or aggregate is on site to allow
continuous operations. The speed of the spraying plant is to be matched to the rate of
delivery to minimize delays.

8.4.2 Sprayers
Mechanical spraying equipment must comply with the performance requirements,
design, construction and operational requirements defined in NAASRA “Bitumen
Sprayers”
8.4.3 Temperature
Heating rates are to comply with the requirements of NAASRA “Bitumen Sprayers”
Primer and bitumen delivered direct from the supplier in insulated containers may be
heated to no more than 150-degree C and 190-degree C respectively

8.5 COMPACTION

8.5.1 Compaction Plant


Rollers are to consist of self-propelled dual-axle multi-wheeled, pneumatic, smooth
tired rollers with a minimum load of one (1) ton per tire at a minimum pressure of
600kPa.

8.5.2 Compaction
Rolling is to be carried out immediately after the aggregate has been applied using at
least two rollers and is to continue until the aggregate is firmly embedded in the
primer-binder or binder.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION OF CONSTRUCTION WORKS

PART 9

GUIDE POST AND GUARD FENCE

9.1 SCOPE OF WORK

This specification covers the supply and delivery of all materials. Labor and plant
necessary for installation or removal of guide posts, steel beam, guard fence, post and
cable guard fence and delineators.

9.2 STANDARD

Department of Transport and Standard Drawings


3402-4/p65-1 Post and Cable Guard
MSD 2-04 Guide Posts and Delineators

9.3 MATERIALS

9.3.1. Guide Posts


Posts are to be 100mm by 50mm nominal size and are to be cut from rough sawn
green hardwood complying with Clause 2.4. Structural Grade 4, and Clause 2.7,
Appearance Grades, of AS 2082, except that the requirements for bow, spring and
twist shall be reduced by 75 percent of the values given in Appendix B, Tables B1 and
B2 of AS 2082.

Steel guide posts may be used subject to the approval of the Engineer.

9.3.2 Steel Beam Guard Fence and Post and Cable Guard Fence

Except where specified otherwise in the relevant in the relevant American Standards,
rail, posts, terminals and stiffening plates are to be manufactured from capped or
semi-killed steel having an ultimate tensile strength of not less than 356 MPa and a
thickness of not less than 2.5 mm.

Bolts, nuts and washers are to be manufactured from Grade 250 steel.

All rails, steel fittings and fasteners are to be hot dip galvanized to Type B in
accordance with AS 1650 and AS 1627, Part 5. After galvanizing the surface is to be
chromate pacified in accordance with AS 1214.

Surface finish is to be smooth to the touch and free from runs, blisters and
irregularities.

9.3.3 Delineators
Delineators are to be corner cube retro-reflectors in accordance with AS 1906, Part 2.

9.3.4 Paint
Primer is to consist of approved oil-based lead oxide wood primer.
Finish coats are to be an approved flat white, free chalking paint in accordance with
the Government Paint Committee approval scheme and complying with specification
GPC-P-58.

9.4 GUIDE POSTS

9.4.1 Spacing
Guide posts are to be installed on both sides of the carriageway at 150 meters
maximum spacing, on curve in accordance with MSD 2-04, at either side of culverts
and property access, or as otherwise directed by the Engineer.

9.4.2 Installation
Posts are to be installed vertically to a depth of 500mm with the maximum dimension
normal to the center line of the carriageway.

Driven posts are to be capped to avoid damage to the post.

9.4.3 Painting
Posts are to be prepared and painted with one prime coat and two finish coats in
accordance with the manufacturer’s instruction.

9.5 STEEL BEAM GUARD FENCE

9.5.1 Handling
Care must be taken during storage, handling and loading to avoid wet-storage staining
and mechanical damage to the zinc coating.

9.5.2 Installation
Steel beam guard fence must be installed as indicated on the drawing or as otherwise
directed by the Engineer.

Rail sections are to be adjusted to form a smooth line and lapped so that exposed ends
face away for the approaching traffic

9.6 POST AND CABLE GUARD FENCE

9.6.1 Handling
Care must be taken during storage, handling and loading to avoid wet-storage staining
and mechanical damage to the coating.

9.6.2 Installation
Post and cable guard fence must be installed as indicated on the drawing or as
otherwise directed by the Engineer.

Post must be erected vertically, with flanges parallel to the road center line and with
the open end of the channel section facing away from the approaching traffic. Post are
to be firmly fixed in the ground at the required center.
Steel brackets suitable fir fixing delineators are to be fixed to the posts at 150 meters
maximum spacing and on curves in accordance with MSD 2-04. Delineator plates are
to be as shown on Department of Transport drawing 3402-4/P65-1.

9.7 DELINEATORS

Delineator are to be fixed to all guide posts and steel brackets attached to the steel
beam guard fence and post and cable guard fence as in 9.5.2 and 9.6.2 above. One delineator
is to be fixed to both faces of each post or bracket in accordance with Table 9.7.1

Table 9.7.1 – Color of Delineators


Road Type Color Color
Left Right
One way Red Orange
Two ways Red White

9.8 ACCEPTANCE

The Engineer may inspection and approve the installation of all guide posts, steel
beam guard fence, post and cable guard fence and delineators.
Material Specification

SPECIFICATION
Tileworks
600mm x 600mm Matte Granite Tiles (M FAMA NERO) by floor to go
or approved equivalent

190mm x 190 Non-Skid Homogenous Granite Ramp Tiles by floor to


go or approved equivalent

600mm x 600mm Rustic Tiles by floor to go or approved equivalent

600mm x 1200mm Polished Granite Tiles (LOBA BLANCO) by floor


to go or approved equivalent

300mm x 300mm Ceramic Tiles by floor to go / Mariwasa or approved


equivalent

300mm x 600mm Matte Granite Tiles (RAYA AZUL) by floor to go or


approved equivalent

Tarasafe Standard Slip-Resistant Vinyl Floor Covering on Reinforced


Concrete w/ Pure PVC Wear Layer and Inlaid Mineral Crystal Particles
by Gerflor or approved equivalent

Reinforced Concrete Slab Treated w/ Bituminous Membrane


Waterproofing System

Reinforced Concrete Slab Treated w/ Bituminous Membrane


Waterproofing System

300mm x 600mm Matte Granite Tiles (M FAMA NERO) by floor to go


or approved equivalent on Reinforced Concrete Treated w/ Bituminous
Membrane Waterproofing System

Windows
12mm Thk. Bronze Tinted Frameless Tempered Fixed Glass Window
on U-Channel Top and Bottom Frame

6mm Thk. Bronze Tinted Casement Window on Powder Coated


Aluminum Framing

6mm Thk. Bronze Tinted Fixed Window on Powder Coated Aluminum


Framing

6mm Thk, Bronze Tinted Awning Window on Power Coated


Aluminum Framing
Doors
10mm Thk. Bronze Tinted Double Leaf Door on Powder Coated
Aluminum Framing

6mm Thk. Bronze Tinted Double Leaf Door on Powder Coated


Aluminum Framing

6mm Thk. Bronze Tinted Glass Door on Powder Coated Aluminum


Framing

12mm Thk. Bronze Tinted Frameless Tempered Fixed Glass Window


on U-Channel Top and Bottom Frame

HDF Laminated Wooden Flush Door w/ 6mm Thk. Clear Viewing


Glass in Wooden Door Casing on 2”x4” Steel Jamb (JHAMBA BY
JEA) Painted with Tubular Leverset in Satin Nickel by Faultless
Complete with Hingers and Other Accessories

Hollow Core Flush Door w/ Textured Glass on Wooden Framing

HDF Laminated Wooden Flush Door w/ Wooden Door Casing on


2”x4” Steel Jamb (JHAMBA BY JEA) Painted with Tubular Leverset
in Satin Nickel by Faultless Complete with Hingers and Other
Accessories

PVC Flush Door w/ Bottom Louvers and PVC Door Jamb w/ Tubular
Leverset in Satin Nickel by Faultless

Flush-Type Steel Door w/ Honey-Comb Insulation Painted In Wood


Finish on 2”x6” Steel Jamd (JHAMBA BY JEA) Painted with Tubular
Leverset in Satin Nickel by Faultless Complete w/ Hingers and Other
Accessories and w/ GA. 16 S.S. Kick Plate Screwed on Door

PVC Flush Door w/ Bottom Louvers and PVC Door Jamb with Tubular
Leverset in Satin Nickel by Faultless

2”x4” GA. 16 G.I. Tube Frame w/ DML 885L/7V Vertical Aluminum


Sun Louvers Steel Panel Door w/ Stainless Steel Door Handle
Including 3 Sets of 2”x4” Loose Pin Hinges and 2”x6” Steel Jamb
(JHAMBA BY JEA) Painted w/ Fabricated Barrel Bolt w/ Provision for
Lock

Ga. 16 G.I. Sheet (Front and Rear Face) in 2”x3” Tubular Framing w/
Rockwool Insulation Blanket

Cladded w/ Aluminum Composite Panel Coated w/ Fluorocarbon


(PVDF) w/ 20 years Warranty Against Discoloration for Metallic
Colors by Architects or Approved Equivalent

6mm Thk. Bronze Tinted Fixed Window on Powder Coated Aluminum


Framing
Plain Plaster Cement Finish Painted w/ Boysen Permacoat or Approved
Equivalent as per Architect’s Recommendation

25mm GA. 16 G.I. Pipe Tubular Horizontal Rail, Painted

75mm x 75mm GA. 16 G.I. Pipe Tubular Vertical Rail, Painted

40mm Thk. Pre-Painted Rib-Type Long Span Roofing


FLOOR PLAN
ELEVATIONS,
SCHED. OF
DOORS
Main Gate (G.I. Sheet in 2”x2” Tubular Framing), Cyclone Wire 1 ½”
in diameter GI Pipe Frame, 1” in diameter GI Pipe Horizontal Rails,
2”in diameter GI Pipe Main Horizontal and Vertical Rail,
Ceiling
3.5mm Fiber Cement Board on Light Gauge Metal Furring Spaced at
600mm on Center Both ways and Vertical Hangers Spaced at 1200mm
on Center Both Ways

3.5mm Fiber Cement Board on Light Gauge Metal Furring Ceiling Joist

3.5mm Fiber Cement Board on Light Gauge Metal Furring Spaced at


600mm on Center Both Ways and Vertical Hangers Spaced at 1200mm
on Center Both Ways

3.4 Fiber Cement Board on Light Gauge Metal Furring Ceiling Joist

600mm x 1200mm High Density Acoustical Ceiling Tile on Powder


Coated Aluminum Tee Runners SP. @600mm on Center Both Ways
and Clipped to or Wire Tied to Suspended Cold-Rolled Channels SP.
@600mm on Center Both Ways
CONCRETE
Footing and Tie Class A, 28-Day Cylinder Strength, 24 MPa (4000 PSI)
Beams

Slabs on Fill and Class A, 28-Day Cylinder Strength, 20.70 MPa (3000 PSI)
Partitions

Reinforced Class A, 28-Day Cylinder Strength, 24 MPa (4000 PSI)


Concrete Beams and
Slabs
REINFORCE
STEEL
Reinforcing Steel Shall Conform to AASHTO M31 (ASTM A615),
Grade 40, Deformed w/ min, Yield Strength, fy=276 MPa (40,000 PSI)
for Bars 16mm in diameter or Smaller and grade 60 w/ min, Yield
Strength, fy=414MPa (60,000 PSI) FOR Larger than 16mm in
diameter.
STRUCTURAL
STEEL, BOLTS
AND WELDS
Trusses, Purlins, ASTM A-36
Plates, Bracing, Etc. fy= 248 MPa

Bolts ASTM A-307


fv = 67 MPa ; fst = 96.60 MPa

Welds E = 60xx ELECTRODES


fv = 94 MPa
CONCRETE
HOLLOW
BLOCK WALLS
Provide 150mmx 300mm Stiffener Column Reinforced w/ 4-12mm w/
6mm in diameter ties at 150mm on center where concrete Hollow
Blocks Terminates and at every 3.00 of Concrete Hollow Blocks Walls
Unless Noted in Structural Plans.
Machine made 450 Psi

Minimum Laps at Splice = 0.25M

Provide Right Angled Reinforcement at Corners 0.92M

Where CHB or CER. BLK. Wall Dowels Join Col. R.C. Beams and
Wall Dowels w/ the Same Size as Vert. or Hor. Reinforcement Shall be
Provided.
CONNECTION
DETAIL OF
MASONRY
WALL
Corner Wall, Dowel 400 Dowel, 12mm Thk. Expansion Joint w/ Mastic Filler
And 1-16mm in diameter Vertical Bar, CHB Wall
Opening or End
Wall

Intersection Wall 400 Dowel, 12mm Thk. Expansion Joint w/ Mastic Filler
1-16mm in diameter Vertical Bar, CHB Wall

Intersecting R,C. 400 Dowel, R.C. Column or CHB Wall, 12mm Thk. Expansion Joint w/
Col. Or Wall Mastic Filler

Typ. Det. Of Lintel 10mm in diameter Stirrups @ 150mm O.C., 1-16mm in diameter
Beam at CHB Wall Vertical Bars Typical, 2-diamater 12mm Top Bars, 2-diameter Bottom
Opening Bars

Typ. Section of 1-diameter 16mm Cont. Horizontal Bars for Floor Slab Only
Masonry Partition
Reinforcement
Typ. Detail for
Beam or Slab
Change Soffit 30 Bar Diameter (min)
D= for beam
Typ. Exterior 2t= for slab
Window and Door
Opening 2-12mm diameter Bars Typical, 1-16mm diameter Vertical Bars
Typical

FOOTINGS
Typ. Wall Footing 10mm Thk. CHB, 10mm in diameter Vertical and Horizontal Bars SP
@ 0.60M O.C., 3-10mm in diameter Longitudinal Bars w/ 10mm in
diameter Ties SP @ 0.20M O.C., 100mm Thk. Compacted Gravel Base

Mat Footing 1 25mm in diameter Longitudinal Top Bars Spaced @ 190mm O.C.
(MAT-1) 25mm in diameter Transverse Top Bars Spaced @ 290mm O.C.
12mm in diameter J-Bars Spaced @ 1.0m O.C. B.W.
25mm in diameter Transverse Bottom Bars Spaced @ 240mm O.C.
25mm in diameter Longitudinal Bottom Bars Spaced @ 190mm O.C.
100mm Thk Gravel Base Compacted to 95% MDD

Mat Footing 2 20mm in diameter Longitudinal Top Bars Spaced @ 300mm O.C.
(MAT-2) 20mm in diameter Transverse Top Bars Spaced @ 300mm O.C.
12mm in diameter J-Bars Spaced @ 1.0m O.C. B.W.
20mm in diameter Transverse Bottom Bars Spaced @ 300mm O.C.
20mm in diameter Longitudinal Bottom Bars Spaced @ 300mm O.C.
100mm Thk Gravel Base Compacted to 95% MDD

Mat Footing 3 25mm in diameter Longitudinal Top Bars


(MAT-3) 25mm in diameter Longitudinal Bottom Bars
25mm in diameter Transverse Top Bars Spaced @ 250mm O.C.
12mm in diameter J-Bars Spaced @ 1.0m O.C. B.W.
100mm Thk Gravel Base Compacted to 95% MDD

Mat Footing 4 25mm in diameter Transverse Top Bars Spaced @ 210mm O.C.
(MAT-4) 12mm in diameter J-Bars Spaced @ 1.0m O.C. B.W.
100mm Thk Gravel Base Compacted to 95% MDD

COLUMNS
Vertical Bars 8 – 20mm in diameter
12 – 20mm in diameter
16 – 20mm in diameter
4 – 20mm in diameter

Column Ties 10mm in diameter Ties SP. @ 7 -100MM rest @ 150mm O.C. to Mid
Height w/ 10mm in diameter JT. Ties @ 100mm O.C.

BEAMS AND
GIRDERS
Support 3-20mm in diameter, 2-20mm in diameter, 4-20mm in diameter, 5-
20mm in diameter, 6-20mm in diameter

MidBars 2-12mm in diameter, 4-12mm in diameter, 6-12mm in diameter

Stirrups Bar 1-10 in diameter Stirrups, 5-150mm Rest at 200mm

Shear Wall 1 (SW- Vertical Bars: 12mm, 16mm, 20mm in diameter


1) Horizontal Bars: 12mm, 16mm, 20mm in diameter
Link Bars: 12mm in diameter

Shear Wall 2 (SW- Vertical Bars: 12mm, 16mm, 20mm in diameter


2) Horizontal Bars: 12mm, 16mm, 20mm in diameter
Link Bars: 12mm in diameter

Shear Wall 3 (SW- Vertical Bars: 12mm, 16mm, 20mm in diameter


3) Horizontal Bars: 12mm, 16mm, 20mm in diameter
Link Bars: 12mm in diameter

STAIR
Stair Elevation 16mm in diameter Top and Bottom Bars, 10mm in diameter, 10mm in
diameter Chair Bar, 10mm in diameter Nosing Bar, 100mm Thk Gravel
Base Compacted to 95% MDD,
5-16mm in diameter Longitudinal Bars, 16mm in diameter Transverse
Bars

Typ. Landing Beam 6-16mm in diameter Top and Longitudinal Bars Stirrups
Elevation

Typ. Stair Landing 6-16mm in diameter Top and Longitudinal Bars Stirrups, 16mm in
Section diameter Top and Bottom Bars

Stair Footing 16mm in diameter Top and Bottom Bars, 10mm in diameter Nosing
Bar, 10mm in diameter Horizontal Bars, 10mm in diameter Chair Bar

ROOF FRAMING
10mm in diameter Sag Rods, 2” x 6” x 1.5mm Thk. Cee Purlins, 10mm
in diameter Cross Bracing w/ Turn Buckle,
2L – 2” x 6” x 1.5mm Thk Cee Purlins

TRUSSES
Truss 1 (T-1) Top and Bottom member: 2L – 2” x 2” x ¼” Thk. Angle Bars
Truss 3 (T-3) Web Members: 2L – 1½” x 1½” x 3/16” Thk. Angle Bars

Truss 2 (T-2) Top and Bottom Member: 2L – 1 ½” x 1 ½” x ¼” Thk. Angle Bars


Truss 4 (T-4), Web Members: 2L – 1 ½” x 1 ½” x 3/16” Thk. Angle Bars
Truss 5 (T-5)
Truss 6 (T-6)

Truss Girt 1 (TG-1) Top and Members: 2L – 2” x 2” x ¼” Thk Angle Bars


Truss Girt 2 (TG-2) Web Members: 2L – 1 ½” x 1 ½” x 3/16” Thk Angle Bars
Truss Girt 3 (TG-3)

Strut -1 Top and Members: 2L- 1 ½” x 1 ½” x ¼” Thk Angle Bars


Strut -2 Web Members: 2L- A ½” x 1 ½” x 3/16” Thk Angle Bars

ELEVATOR
Elevator Roof 2” x 4” x 1.5mm Thk Cee Purlins, 10mm in diameter Sag Rods, 2L- 2”
Framing x 4” x 1.5mm Thk Cee Purlins, 10mm in diameter Cross Bracing w/
Turn Buckle

Section Along Top and Bottom Members: 2L- 2” x 2” x ¼” Thk Angle Bars
Elevator Web Members: 2L – 1 ½” x 1 ½” x 3/16” Thk Angle Bars

Rafter Truss 1(RT- Top and Bottom Members: 2L- 2” x 2” x ¼” Thk Angle Bars
1), Web Members: 2L – 1 ½” x 1 ½” x 3/16” Thk Angle Bars
Rafter Truss 2(RT-
2),
Rafter Truss 3(RT-
3)

Strut 3 Top and Bottom Members: 2L – 1 ½” x 1 ½” x ¼” Thk Angle Bars


Strut 4 Web Members: 2L – 1 ½” x 1 ½” x 3/16” Thk Angle Bars

Column Connection 10mm Thk Stiffener Plate, 12mm Thk A36 Base Plate, 12mm in
diameter A36 Anchor Bolt, 4-12mm in diameter A325 Anchor Bolt, 4”
B.I. Pipe Sched 40

Foundation Plan 150mm Thk. Concrete Slab w/ 10mm in diameter Bedbars

Second Floor 125mm Thk Poured Concrete on Steel Decking System w/ 12mm in
Framing Plan diameter Bedbars

Footing and 6-16mm ini diameter Bedbars, 4-16mm in diameter Verticl Bars w/
Column 10mm in diameter Ties

Ground Floor Slab 12mm in diameter Top and Bottom Bars, 25mm Thk Preformed
Sectional Expansion Joint Filler, 100mm Thk Gravel Base Compacted to 95%
MDD, 150mm Thk Concrete Slab w/ 10mm in diameter Bedbars

Steel Deck System 12mm in diameter Bedbars, 125mm Thk Poured Concrete on Steel
Decking System, 2” in diameter G.I. Pipe Main Horizontal and Vertical
Rails, 1” in diameter G.I. Pipe Horizontal Rails, 12mm in diameter
Bedbars
ELEVATION
DESIGN
Lift Specification & Data
Standard EN-81-1 / GB 7588
Elevator Type JOYMORE – CR
Rated Load/Person 1600kg (21 Person)
Speed 1.0m/s
RCPing 2:1
No of 7/6/6
FLR/Stop/Opening
No of Car Entrance 1
(S)
Car Internal Width 1100
Car Internal Depth 1400
Car Internal Height 2420
Lift Entrance Width 800
Lift Entrance Height 2100
Door Operation 2 Panel Center Opening
Control System CTRL 70A
Operation Full Collective Selection
Diameter of Main Dia. 400
Sheave
Diameter of Dia. 400
Deflector Sheave
Main Rope Dia. 10 x 4
Type of Governor xSQ115-13
Car Rail 189/B
Counterweight Rail TK5A
Type of Car Buffer HYF80
Buffer Stroke 80
Type of CW Buffer HYF80
Buffer Stroke 80
Car Weight + 1400 KG
Finishes
Max WT Allowance 200 KG
(Finishes)
Counter Weight WT 1400 KG
Balance 45%
Counter Weight 600x280
Size
WT of Traction 270 kg
Machin

Finishes and Decoration


Cabin Wall Finish Mirror Stainless Steel
Car Door Finish Mirror Stainless Steel + Glass
Landing Door Mirror Stainless Steel + Glass
Finish
Ceiling Mirror Stainless Steel (C19)
Flooring 25 mm Recessed
Handrail Flat Hairline Stainless Steel
Hop/Cop Dot-Matrix Display + Mirror S/S Faceplate
Electrical Requirements
Main Supply 3 Phase 220V 60HZ
Auxiliary Supply Single Phase 220V 60HZ
Rated Current 10 A
Starting Current 15 A
Motor Output 4.2 KW
Power
Maximum Start 240
Hour
Reactions
R1 Hitch Beam Support Front Side 57
R2 Hitch Beam Support Rear Side 58
R3 Traction Motor Upper Bracket 24
R4 Traction Motor Lower Bracket 47
PLUMBING
Cold Water Lines For Riser, Downfeed and Distribution Lines – Shall be Galvanized Iron
(G.I.) Pipe Schedule 40, Standard Comforming to ASTM A-53 “APO
SUPREME” Brand or Approved Equal Fitting Shall be Malleable Iron,
Class 250.
For Roughing – in of Toilets Shall be High Density PPRC
(Polypropylene Random Copolymer) Class PN – 25.
Fittings Shall be Fusion Weld Type, Imported Conforming To German
Technology DIN 8077.8078 and ASTM 1281 – 93 Similar to
“VESBO”, “THERMOVAR”, “REHAU” Brand or Approved Equal.
When Buried Underground, Tapping Water Lines From Water Main to
Building Toilet/or Supply line Shall be Galvanized Iron (G.I.) Pipe,
Schedule 40, Standard Conforming to ASTM A-120-69 NY “APO”,
SUPREME” Brand or approved Equal, Provided w/ Corrosion
Protection “DENSO” Brand or Approved Equal.

Sewer Lines For Soil Stacks and Collectors – Shall be Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)
Pipes, Series 1000, by “MOLDEX, NELTEX”, “ATLANTA”,
“CROWN” Brand or Approved Equal. Fittings Shall be Solvent
Cement Joint Conforming to ASTM D2564.
For Lateral / Horizontal Lines Shall be Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Pipes,
Series 1000, by “MOLDEX,NELTEX”, “ATLANTA” “CROWN”
Brand or Approved Equal. Fittings Shall be Solvent Cement Joint
Conforming to ASTM D2664.

Kitchen / Waste Shall be Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Pipes, Series 1000, by “CROWN”
Lines Brand or Approved Equal. Fitting Shall be Solvent Cement Joint
FCU / AHU Drain Conforming to ASTM D2564.
Lines
Vent Pipes Lines
Downspout / Drain
Lines

Collector Lines Shall be Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Pipes, Series 1000, by “CROWN”
Brand or Approved Equal. Fitting Shall be Solvent Cement Joint
Conforming to ASTM D2564.

For Outside Building, Concrete Drain Pipe (CDP), Tongue and Groove,
Mortar Joints, Reinforced for 300mm in diameter and Larger.
Perforated Drains Shall be Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Pipes, Series 1000, by “CROWN”
Brand or Approved Equal. Fitting Shall be Solvent Cement Joint
Conforming to ASTM D2564.

Sump / Sewage Shall be Black Iron (B.I.) Pipes Schedule 40, Pipes, ASTM A-53.
Pump Discharge
Lines
VALVES
Gate Valves 75mm and Larger, Shall be Rising Stem, Iron Body w/ Bronze Trim,
Flanged Connection, Min. of 150 PSIG. Working Pressure, 65mm and
Smaller, Shall be Non-Rising Stem, All Bronze, Female Threaded, Min.
of 150 PSIG. Working Connection. Approved Model, “CRANE”,
“KITZ”,”NIBCO” or Approved Equal.

Check Valves For Booster Pumps, 75mm and Larger Shall be Iron Body w/ Bronze
Trim. Flanged Connection, Min. of 150 PSIG. Working Pressure.
65mm and Smaller, Same Except Female Threaded Connection.
Approved Model, “BERMAD”,”KITZ” or Equal. Check Valves for
Transfer Pumps Discharged Lines Shall be “BERMAD” Type
Combination Water Hammer Shock Absorber or Approved Equal

Float Valves Shall be Hydraulically Operated, Diaphragm Actuated Valve w/ The


Pilot Control and Float Mechanism Mounted on the Cover of the Main
Valve When The Float Contacts The Upper Stop and To Open the
Valve When the Float Contacts The Lower Stop, Similar to
“BERMAD” Brand Model 750-66.

Pressure Reducing Shall be Single Seated, Hydraulically Operated Pilot Controlled,


and Pressure Diaphragm Type Globe Valve. The Control System Shall Consist of a
Sustaining Valve Reducing Control Sensitive to Diaphragm Pressure Changes and
Pressure Sustaining Control That is Sensed to the Main Valve Inlet,
Similar to “BERMAD” Brand.

Pressure Relief Shall be a Diaphragm Type Valve to Maintain Constant Upstream


Valve Pressure to Close Limits. The Valve Shall be Hydraulically – Operated,
Pilot Controlled Modulating Type. Main Body and Cover, Cast Iron
ASTM-A4 w/ Adjusted Ranges, 20 to 200 PSIG Similar to
“BERMAD” Brand Model 730-Q

Angle Valve Strainer Pattern Shall be ‘Y” or Angle Strainer Body and Cover Shall
Strainer be Cast Iron, Nuts and Bolts Shall be Galvanized Steel, Basket and
Basket Latch Shall be Stainless Steel, Body and Plug O-Ring-Buna N
or Piston “BERMAD AF 70F Strainer”.

ELECTRICAL
Sub feeder Line 6SETSX3 - 250𝑚𝑚2 +1-30𝑚𝑚2 THHN/THWN Inside 100mm in dia.
IMC Pipe
2SETSX3 - 150𝑚𝑚2 +1-22𝑚𝑚2 THHN/THWN Inside 65mm in dia.
IMC Pipe
3SETSX3 - 250𝑚𝑚2 +1-30𝑚𝑚2 THHN/THWN Inside 100mm in dia.
IMC Pipe
3-30𝑚𝑚2 +1-80𝑚𝑚2 THHN/THWN Inside 50mm in dia. EMT
3-14𝑚𝑚2 +1-5.5𝑚𝑚2 THHN/THWN Inside 32mm in dia. EMT
2-14𝑚𝑚2 +1-5.5𝑚𝑚2 THHN/THWN Inside 32mm in dia. RSC Pipe
3-22𝑚𝑚2 +1-5.5𝑚𝑚2 THHN/THWN Inside 40mm in dia. EMT
3-80𝑚𝑚2 +1-22𝑚𝑚2 THHN/THWN Inside 80mm in dia. EMT
3-100𝑚𝑚2 +1-14𝑚𝑚2 THHN/THWN Inside 65mm in dia. EMT
3-125𝑚𝑚2 +1-14𝑚𝑚2 THHN/THWN Inside 32mm in dia. EMT Pipe
3-80𝑚𝑚2 +1-30𝑚𝑚2 THHN/THWN Inside 80mm in dia. EMT
3-125𝑚𝑚2 +1-14𝑚𝑚2 THHN/THWN Inside 65mm in dia. EMT
Main Circuit
Breaker 2000AT/AF,3P,240V,60Hz, MCCB, Bolt-On Type
100AT/100AF,3P,240V,60Hz, MCCB, Bolt-On Type
2000AT/AF,3P,240V,60Hz, MCCB, Bolt-On Type
100AT/100AF,3P,240V,60Hz, MCCB, Bolt-On Type
60AT/100AF,3P,240V,60Hz, MCCB, Bolt-On Type
70AT/100AF,3P,240V,60Hz, MCCB, Bolt-On Type
300AT/AF,3P,240V,60Hz, MCCB, Bolt-On Type
225AT/AF,3P,240V,60Hz, MCCB, Bolt-On Type
250AT/AF,3P,240V,60Hz, MCCB, Bolt-On Type
125AT/AF,3P,240V,60Hz, MCCB, Bolt-On Type
630AT/AF,3P,240V,60Hz, MCCB, Bolt-On Type
800AT/AF,3P,240V,60Hz, MCCB, Bolt-On Type
300AT/AF,3P,240V,60Hz, MCCB, Bolt-On Type