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PROJECT PLANNING, SCHEDULING,


MONITORING & CONTROL SYSTEM
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0 04.04.2007 ISSUED FOR BIDS RDR VKS SKM


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CONTENTS

CLAUSE DESCRIPTION SHEET NO.


NO.

1.0 INTRODUCTION 3

2.0 DEFINITIONS 3

3.0 ABBREVIATIONS 3

4.0 DOCUMENTS ALONG WITH BID 4

5.0 AFTER AWARD OF WORK 4

6.0 PROJECT SCHEDULES 5

7.0 UPDATION OF PROJECT SCHEDULES 8

8.0 REVIEW MEETINGS 9

9.0 PROGRESS REPORTING 10

10.0 BULK MATERIAL CONTROL 11

11.0 PLANNING PACKAGE 12

12.0 CONTROL ROOM DISPLAY 12

13.0 SOFTWARE PACKAGES 13

14.0 PROVISION OF COMPUTER FACILITIES 13

ATTACHMENTS

I PROJECT SCHEDULE HIERARCHY ( 1 Sheet)


II WORK BREAK DOWN STRUCTURE ( 1 Sheet)
III MONTHLY PROGRESS REPORT ( 32 sheets)
IV FLOW OF DOCUMENTS (3 sheets)

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1.0 INTRODUCTION

To ensure timely completion, the Contractor shall establish and maintain an effective
Planning, Scheduling, Monitoring and Control system, including mobilization of required
number of professionally qualified and experienced Planning Engineers for design office
and construction site. The system shall be capable of accurate and timely prediction of
trend, evolution of adequate preventive actions for likely slippages, and formulation of
suitable catch-up schedule for delays, if any, that have occurred.

Planning, scheduling, progress reporting/monitoring and control system attached


herewith is for a typical contract, comprising residual basic engineering, detail
engineering, ordering, manufacturing/delivery, sub-contracting, construction, pre-
commissioning & commissioning etc. as scope of work.

Contractor based on the above procedure, is required to develop the planning,


scheduling, reporting/ monitoring and control system which will cater to the specific scope
of work defined in the ITB document for this contract.

Schedules, reports and documents to be prepared and submitted by the Contractor for
review of OWNER/ Project Management Consultant (PMC) at various stages and details
of meetings to be held are described here.

2.0 DEFINITIONS

Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)

Work Breakdown Structure is a diagram that depicts various units in a project and each
unit is detailed with work items/equipments and major workloads.

Design Office

Where Residual Basic Engineering, Detailed engineering, procurement activities for the
contract are performed by Contractor.

Functions

Function means basic components of the projects e.g. engineering, ordering,


manufacturing & delivery and construction. Each function is divided into various
disciplines. In case of engineering, various disciplines are architecture, civil, structure,
piping etc.

3.0 ABBREVIATIONS

PMC - Project Management Consultant


MR - Material Requisition
AFC - Approved for Construction
WBS - Work Breakdown Structure
UOM - Unit of measurement
PR - Purchase Requisition

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4.0 DOCUMENTS ALONG WITH BID

The bidder shall submit following documents along with the bid:

a) Proposed Overall Project Schedule in network form showing details of all units.
b) Write up on Project Planning, Scheduling, Monitoring and Control system (proposed).
c) Organizational set up for Planning, Scheduling, Monitoring & Control at Contractor’s
Design Office and Site Office.
d) Progress Measurement Methodology with details such as weightages, milestones,
frequency etc.
e) Project execution methodology.
f) Function wise Resource Deployment Schedule (manpower & construction
equipment).
g) Softwares to be used for planning and material control.
h) Statement confirming compliance to the “Planning, Scheduling, Monitoring and
Control System” requirements regarding contents of the documents to be submitted
to OWNER/PMC.

5.0 AFTER AWARD OF WORK

5.1 90 DAYS FRONT END SCHEDULE

The Contractor shall prepare and submit a detailed 90 days front-end schedule within
one week of award. Pending finalisation of functional schedules, this schedule shall be
the basis of monitoring of front-end activities. The schedule shall cover all activities to
be carried out during initial 90 days period of the contract. The schedule shall be
reviewed in the kick-off meeting.

5.2 KICK OFF MEETING

A Kick Off Meeting shall be organised within two weeks of award of contract. The
meeting shall be attended by OWNER’s and PMC’s representatives. During the meeting
the following with respect to Planning, Scheduling, Monitoring and Control system shall
be discussed and finalized,

1. Planning deliverables required for Project Monitoring and Control.


2. Work Breakdown Structure for Project Schedules, organisation and level of detailing for
Overall Project Schedule and Functional Schedules.
3. Procedure for Project Planning, Scheduling, Monitoring & Control system including all
reporting formats.
4. Progress Measurement Methodology and Unit, Function, Discipline, and Deliverable wise
weightage breakdown.
5. List of engineering deliverables with indicative schedule for submission.
6. List of unit wise milestones to be included in the network, in addition to milestones
specified in the Contract, if any (the number of milestones shall be at least 2 to 3 per unit
per month).
7. List of critical equipment and materials for the fortnightly expediting report to be issued by
the Contractor.
8. Procedure for Bulk material control.
9. Cut off dates, distribution list with number of copies and Project calendar indicating
submission of various planning documents and revisions.

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10. Any other document as required.

5.3 PROGRESS MEASUREMENT METHODOLOGY

The Contractor shall submit during Kick-off Meeting, the detailed methodology of
progress measurement of Residual Basic Engineering, Detailed Engineering, Ordering,
Manufacturing & Delivery, Sub-contracting, Construction and Commissioning for review
by OWNER/PMC. Contractor shall also furnish the methodology of progress
measurement for sub-contracted packages such as DM plant, Cooling tower etc. and
integration of the same with the overall progress.

During the Kick Off meeting, OWNER/PMC shall specify weighted values to be used for
the following:-

a) Unit wise within the package, if applicable.


b) Function wise within each unit.
c) Milestone weightage within each deliverable.

Effort based weighted values for the following, along with the basis of their derivation,
shall be submitted by Contractor for review by OWNER/PMC, and the comments if any
shall be incorporated by Contractor before submission of functional schedules that use
these weighted values as the basis:

a) Discipline wise within each function.


b) Deliverable level weightage Percentage.

Progress figures at Unit / Function / Discipline level shall be summarized from deliverable
level and indicated in the functional schedules.

6.0 PROJECT SCHEDULES

Following schedules shall be prepared and submitted by Contractor to OWNER/PMC for


approval. A hierarchy of all schedules to be generated by Contractor is shown in
Attachment – I.

6.1 OVERALL PROJECT SCHEDULE

Contractor shall submit within three weeks of award an network based overall project
schedule (unit wise) on time scale in ‘AO’ size, for all units in the package and all
functions of the work along with a Work Breakdown Structure indicating unit wise
workload (sample format as Attachment - II). The schedule shall highlight interface
activities in the scope of OWNER/PMC and clearly reflect strategies and philosophy of
execution. Major milestones for each unit shall be depicted at the beginning of the
network. The project schedule shall be developed for contractual duration. Grace period,
if any as per contract shall not be considered for schedule. The schedule shall be
reviewed by OWNER/PMC and the comments if any shall be incorporated and the
schedule shall be issued for implementation within one week from the receipt of
comments.

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6.2 FUNCTIONAL SCHEDULES

Contractor shall prepare resource based detailed Unit wise functional schedules for all
functions in bar chart form in line with overall project schedule for monitoring and control.
Contractor shall submit the same within six weeks of award for review. Unit wise
“S” curves for schedule progress shall also be submitted along with the functional
schedules. The schedule shall be reviewed by OWNER/PMC and comments, if any, shall
be incorporated and issued for implementation within one week from receipt of
comments. The Schedule “S” curves shall remain firm during the execution of the
project.

Contractor shall also ensure preparation, submission and updation of all functional
schedules as described herein for all sub contracted packages like Heaters, DM Plant,
WWTP, Cooling Tower, Nitrogen Plant etc.

6.2.1 Residual Basic Engineering Schedule

Contractor shall submit a unit wise schedule for all Residual Basic Engineering Activities
like finalisation including updation (incorporating vendor data) of P&IDs for process units
and utilities & offsites, release of line schedules, finalisation of process data sheets for
equipment etc. as per page 14 of Attachment - III.

6.2.2 Detailed Engineering Schedule

The Contractor shall submit a Unit wise schedule of all engineering


deliverable/documents such as AFC drawings, Isometrics, Specifications, Tender
inputs/Tender drawings, Material Requisition, Purchase Requisition, Design calculations
etc. as per page 14 of Attachment - III.

6.2.3 Ordering Schedule

The Contractor shall submit a Unit wise schedule for all ordering activities as per page
17of Attachment - III. This shall include all MRs listed in Engineering Schedule.

6.2.4 Manufacturing & Delivery Schedule

The Contractor shall submit a Unit wise schedule for all Manufacturing & Delivery
activities as per page 21 of Attachment - III. These shall include all orders listed in the
Ordering Schedule. The progress at Function/Unit level shall be summarized considering
weighted values of tagged items and bulk material to report overall Manufacturing and
Delivery progress.

Contractor shall also submit along with Weekly Progress Report, status of drawings and
documents for all vendors on whom orders have been placed, as per page 15 of
Attachment - III. In addition to the above, for critical items as mutually agreed between
Contractor and OWNER/PMC, Contractor shall ensure that vendor prepares and
updates logical network for Manufacturing & Delivery and submit the same on weekly /
monthly basis to OWNER/PMC if asked for.

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6.2.5 Sub-contracting Schedule

The Contractor shall submit a Unit wise schedule for all Sub-contracting activities as per
page 22 of Attachment - III. This shall include all tenders envisaged for the Project.

6.2.6 CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE

The Contractor shall prepare and submit a Detailed Construction Schedule (Network)
unit wise for OWNER/PMC review. The Contractor shall describe resources (manpower
and machinery) required to be mobilised. The schedule shall have interface with
Engineering, Ordering and Manufacturing & Delivery activities and also interface required
from OWNER/PMC. The Contractor shall also define construction quantity for each
activity. Contractor shall finalise discipline wise Construction ”S” Curves and quantum
schedule.

6.3 OVERALL ‘S’ CURVES

The Contractor shall prepare unit wise and Overall “S” curves showing cumulative
schedule progress taking into consideration “S” curves for Residual Basic Engineering,
Detailed Engineering, Ordering, Manufacturing & delivery, Sub-contracting and
Construction “S” Curves. The overall “S” curves shall be updated immediately after
finalisation of construction schedule. The overall “S” curves shall be submitted for
OWNER/PMC review, with necessary back ups and shall form part of monthly progress
report.

6.4 OTHER SCHEDULES

The control philosophy for construction activities involves monitoring at the


unit/discipline/subcontract/area level from the initial stages of construction and
supplementing it with monitoring at the system/ loop level as construction advances
towards mechanical completion/ pre-commissioning/ commissioning stages. To meet this
objective, the following schedules/deliverables shall be prepared by Contractor.

6.4.1 SUB CONTRACTOR SCHEDULE

Contractor shall ensure preparation of detailed schedules for all works in the scope of
each subcontract awarded by him, for monitoring of construction progress. These
schedules shall have quantity/work load details of all work items and “S” curve for each of
the sub contracts. The Contractor shall ensure updation of the same on weekly basis.
OWNER/ PMC reserve the right to check these schedules at any time.

6.4.2 MONTHLY PROGRAMME

Contractor shall prepare monthly quantitative programme in line with functional


schedules for all the functions. These programme shall be made keeping in view the
cumulative targets as set in the schedules backlog and work front available in terms of
vendor inputs, drawings, materials and access as applicable. The programme for
construction shall be accompanied by list of resources (Manpower & machinery) planned
to be deployed to achieve the programme. Current hold ups (Drawing, Materials, etc. if
any) required to be resolved for the execution of the programme made, shall be indicated
with proposed action plan for resolution.

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Monthly programme other than Construction shall be submitted to OWNER/PMC Design


Office within three calendar days of monthly progress report cut-off date. In case of
Construction the monthly programme shall be finalised in consultation with
OWNER/PMC’s site representative and submitted within two calendar days of monthly
progress report cut-off date. In all matters concerning the extent of targets set out in
monthly programme, the decision of OWNER/PMC shall be final and binding.

The monthly programme shall be further broken down into weekly programme and
indicated in weekly reports for closer monitoring of progress.

6.5 CATCH-UP SCHEDULE

The Contractor shall generate and submit catch-up schedule for completion of all balance
activities without change in contractual completion date with detailed resource
reinforcement as and when asked by OWNER/PMC. The catch-up schedules shall be
submitted to OWNER/PMC for review. Accordingly the “S” curves for catch-up schedules
shall be made and shown along with the original schedules and actual “S” curves.

During updation of overall project schedule and construction schedule, the catch-up
schedules shall be shown in bar charts along with the original schedule.

7.0 UPDATION OF PROJECT SCHEDULES

The various schedules as described herein shall be updated for submission to


OWNER/PMC. Updation of the schedule is to determine the project trend, with the
objective of taking preventive/ corrective action. The reflection of delayed anticipated
completion by way of current trend does not in any manner absolve the Contractor of his
contractual obligations as per the contract. This schedule once approved by
OWNER/PMC shall not be revised without the prior written permission of OWNER/PMC.

7.1 OVERALL PROJECT SCHEDULE

The schedule shall be updated on monthly basis and submitted in linked bar chart form
in A4 size with monthly progress report. The updation shall be compared with the
original schedule.

While updating, the following shall be considered:


- Actual date of start and completion for the activities.
- Contractual completion dates for vendors and sub-Contractors/turnkey agencies, any
change of duration due to offloading of vendors/sub-Contractors/turnkey agencies to be
reflected.
- Duration of activities not yet started shall remain the same as per the original schedule.
- Anticipated dates of activities in progress.
- Addition/deletion of any activity if required or any change on job logic.
- Any change in drawing/material availability or change in activity duration.
- Any change in resource planning.
- Change in philosophy/strategy in execution of balance works, keeping in mind the actual
status of the project.

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7.2 FUNCTIONAL SCHEDULES

The updated functional schedule trend and original schedule shall be shown together in
bar chart format and submitted to OWNER / PMC on monthly basis.

While updating, the following aspects shall be considered:


- Actual dates of start and completion for the activities.
- Actual work progress/balance work
- Contractual completion date for sub-Contractors and vendor delivery not
reflected earlier.
- Any change in estimated activity durations
- Material and drawing availability
- Interfaces of one agency with other agencies
- Various statutory reviews/approval
- Interfaces between unit & offsite / utilities i.e. permanent power & water, waste
disposal etc.
- Any change in execution logic/philosophy and engagement of number of
agencies/ sub-Contractors and resource planning/ offloading if restored to.

7.3 OTHER SCHEDULES

The following schedules shall be updated on a weekly basis and submitted to


OWNER/PMC before the weekly review meeting at site in bar chart format. The updated
schedule trend shall be compared with original schedule.

- Loopwise piping completion schedule


- Systemwise completion schedule
- Pre-commissioning/commissioning schedule

8.0 REVIEW MEETINGS

The Contractor shall present project status, project highlights and action plan as
applicable at various review meetings as described below. The presentation materials
shall be submitted by Contractor to OWNER/PMC at least two days before the date of
the meeting for management level review meetings and Monthly/ Fortnightly review
meetings.

8.1 Management level Review Meeting

Level of participation: senior management of OWNER, PMC and Contractor.


Agenda frequency and venue : To be decided by OWNER/PMC.

8.2 Monthly/Fortnightly Review Meeting

Level of participation: OWNER, PMC and Contractor

Agenda: 1) Status against various commitments made during the


previous review meetings
2)Monthly programme v/s Progress Status/ Statistics
3) Project Completion Outlook
4) Areas of concern with action plan

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5) Catch-up schedule.
Venue and timing of the meeting shall be decided by OWNER/PMC. Frequency of
Meeting (Monthly or Fortnightly) shall also be decided by OWNER/PMC, based on
criticality of the project status.

8.3 Weekly Review Meeting

8.3.1 For Design Office activities

Level of participation: OWNER, PMC & Contractor

Agenda: 1) Weekly programme v/s progress status/Statistics for Residual


Basic, Engineering, Detailed Engineering, Ordering, Manufacturing & Delivery & Sub-
contracting.
2) Action taken for slippages.
3) Programme for next week
4) Status of various resources deployed Vs planned

8.3.2 For Site Activities

Level of participation: OWNER, PMC & Contractor

Agenda:1) Work front availability


2) Weekly programme v/s Achievement
3) Resource mobilization
4) Reasons for shortfall
5) Catch-up Schedule
6) Progress statistics
7) Programme for next week.
8) Status of resources deployed v/s planned.

Venue and timing of Weekly Review Meetings for shall be decided by OWNER /PMC.

9.0 PROGRESS REPORTING

The Contractor shall submit the following reports on regular basis for OWNER/PMC’s
information/ review.

9.1 Monthly Progress Report

The report shall be submitted on monthly basis within 5 calendar days from cut-off date
covering overall scenario of the project. A copy of the specified formats for the report is
enclosed as Attachment – III.

9.2 Weekly Progress Report (Overall)

This report shall be prepared by Contractor and issued on weekly basis to


OWNER/PMC. The report shall include the following:
• Executive Summary
• Project highlights with dates of achievements.

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• Project exception (work programmed but not achieved with reasons for non-
achievement) and work programmed for next week
• Critical areas
• Action taken / to be taken for slippages
• Progress statistics

This shall cover both for Contractor’s Design Office activities and construction activities
at site.

9.3 Weekly Progress Report (Construction)

This report shall be prepared by Contractor and submitted on weekly basis within 1
calendar day from cut off date. The report shall cover following items:

• Progress statistics
• Work item wise quantity completed against programme for the week including reasons
for shortfall
• Programme for next week
• Front available
• Constraints, if any.
• Resources deployed against planned with reasons for shortfall in resource deployment
• List of equipment/materials received at site during the week

9.4 Daily Progress Report (Construction)

Contractor shall submit (daily before noon), for status of previous working day a daily
report including the following

• Programme v/s Progress for the day


• Programme for next day
• Important achievements for the day
• Materials / Equipment receipt for the day.
• Man power / Machinery deployment report - Required v/s Deployed.

9.5 Expediting Report

Contractor shall submit fortnightly expediting report based on his representative’s visit to
vendor’s work for orders where delivery of materials is critical to project completion. A list
of such critical items/vendors shall be specified by OWNER / PMC during the kick off
meeting or at a later date.

In addition to the above, OWNER / PMC may request expediting report based on visit of
Contractor’s representatives in case of orders which though not critical at the time of
order placement become subsequently critical during project execution due to any
reason.

10.0 BULK MATERIAL CONTROL

The Contractor shall follow an integral material control system for the project. The
system shall be such that material identification in the design office, procurement and

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allocation, are all channelised and controlled in an orderly manner. The Contractor shall
follow material identification like unitwise/system wise/area wise/zone wise/Linewise, and
shall give construction orientation to material control. The Contractor, right from the
beginning, at the design office stage, shall start identifying materials system wise or area
wise as indicated above. The system shall be based upon tracking of material
requisitioning, placement of purchase order, manufacturing at vendor’s shop up to receipt
at site for making the material available for performing planned and sequential
construction work.

Through periodic reviews, the Contractor shall have a system of generating Hold up
reports well in advance to identify exception on material availability and to track such
material by the expeditors through a systematic follow up procedure from the vendors.

The Contractor shall make a presentation on the bulk material control system proposed
to be implemented by them for the project during the kick-off meeting.

Contractor shall submit the following reports on monthly basis for each unit as well as
summary level.

▲ Bulk Material Status Report


▲ Material hold up/shortage report.

11.0 PLANNING PACKAGE

Details of time of submission, frequency of submission and tentative number of copies


required for all documents to be submitted by the Contractor are tabulated in attachment
IV.
Once the majority of the schedules are finalized, the Contractor shall compile the same
and submit in the form of an Planning Package. (Not later than 12 weeks of award of the
job). The Planning Package shall consist of the following :

- Introduction
- Overall schedule barchart (Summarised)
- 90 days front end schedule
- Project WBS
- Progress measurement methodology
- Overall Project schedule
- Functional schedules
- Sub-Contractor schedule
- Progress ‘S’ curves
- Sample reporting formats
- Manpower and Machinery deployment schedule

Contractor shall submit reports, updated schedules, programmes etc. as described


herein till the completion of all work in the scope of the contract. No chapter/annexure of
any report shall be deleted without prior written approval of OWNER/PMC.

12.0 CONTROL ROOM DISPLAY

Contractor shall have conference room at site to display charts featuring salient static
information of the project, schedules, status of progress, resource deployment, rainfall

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record, block flow diagram, plot plan, work break down structure etc. The status shall be
updated at least on weekly basis. The objectives of the control room are to provide
information at a glance to project personnel including the management of OWNERs and
PMC.

13.0 SOFTWARE PACKAGES

For schedule preparation and updation, The contract shall use Internationally acclaimed
network analysis package such as Primavera Project Planner, Project Scheduler, Artemis
etc. compatible with that being used by OWNER/PMC and submit the backup of the
schedules on compact disks along with the hard copy whenever submission of the
schedules are called for. The electronic files for all other deliverables shall be compatible
with Microsoft Office.

14.0 PROVISION OF COMPUTER FACILITIES

Contractor shall provide the following facilities for use by PMC at Contractor’s design
office:

A. PC with latest hardware, A3 size colour laser jet printer and Internet connection.
B. Software:
i) Network Analysis Package such as Primavera Project Planner, Project Scheduler,
Artemis etc
ii) MS Office
iii) E-mail facilities
iv) Internet explorer / Netscape

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ATTACHMENT - I

PROJECT SCHEDULE HIERARCHY


(TO BE GENERATED BY CONTRACTOR)

OVERALL PROJECT
90 DAYS FRONT END CATCH UP SCHEDULE
SCHEDULE
LEVEL - I SCHEDULE (AS APPLICABLE)
(UNITWISE)
(UNITWISE)

FUNCTIONAL * FUNCTIONAL * FUNCTIONAL * FUNCTIONAL *


SCHEDULE SCHEDULE SCHEDULE FOR SCHEDULE
LEVEL - II
FOR ENGINEERING FOR ORDERING MANUFACTURING & FOR SUB CONTRACTING
UNITWISE/DISCIPLINEWISE UNITWISE/DISCIPLINEWISE DELIVERY (UNITWISE)
(UNITWISE)

CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE CATCH UP SCHEDULE


(UNITWISE) (AS APPLICABLE)

SUB-CONTRACTOR SUB-CONTRACTOR SUB-CONTRACTOR SUB-CONTRACTOR PACKAGE


LEVEL - III SCHEDULE SCHEDULE SCHEDULE SCHEDULE CONTRACTOR
SUB-CONTRACTOR SUB-CONTRACTOR SUB-CONTRACTOR SUB-CONTRACTOR
A B C D
ATTACHMENT- II
WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE (TYPICAL)

UNIT - 1
(CAPACITY,

LICENSORS NAME) VESSELS/ HEAT


REACTORS COLUMNS DRUMS EXCHANGER HEATERS COMPRESSORS
(HEAT DUTY)

NOS. NOS. NOS. NOS. NOS. NOS.


MATL MATL MATL MATL MATL STR STEEL KW RATING
SIZE & WT MAX. WT & HT MAX. SIZE & WT INDG/IMP REFRACTORY MOTOR/TURBINE DRIVEN
INDG/IMP INDG/IMP INDG/IMP TUBES M/ IN DIA INDG/IMP
BURNER/SOOT BLOWERS

CIVIL/
PUMPS PIPING STRUCTURAL ELECTRICAL INSTN.

NOS. A/G & U/G RCC IN FDN NOS. OF PANELS INSTRNS. IND/IMP
KW RATING (RANGE) KM ----- RCC IN S/STR TRANSFORMERS CONTROL CABLE
MOTOR/TURBINE " DIA BRICK WORK MCC/PCC TUBES
DRIVEN " MTR STRL STEEL CABLES HT &LT CONTROL PANELS
INDG/IMP MATL LIGHTING
INDG / IMP
UNIT - 2
(CAPACITY,
LICENSORS NAME)

SIMILAR TO UNIT - 1
PROJECT/PLANT
(CAPACITY)

UNIT - 3
(CAPACITY,
LICENSORS NAME)

SIMILAR TO UNIT - 1

UTILITY /
OFFSITES
RAW WATER COOLING FIRE DM WATER STEAM NON PLANT
SYSTEM WATER WATER SYSTEM SYSTEM BUILDINMGS
(CAPACITY) SYSTEM SYSTEM

PUMPS NO OF CELLS PUMPS CAPACITY BOILER CAPACITY NOS.


PIPES PUMPS PIPE QUANTUM OF
PIPE WORK
COOLING TOWER
CWTP

STORAGE CIVIL/ YARD CONTROL OTHER UTILITY


W.W.T.P. YARD STRUCTURAL PIPING ELECTRICAL ROOM SYSTEMS INCLUDING

(SIZE) C.P.D. (IF ANY)

TANKAGES RCC A/G SWITCH GEAR CONTROL PANELS


SPHERES STRL STEEL MATERIAL TRANSFORMERS
KM/IM CABLES
NO. OF S/STN.

NOTE : ACTUAL QUANTUM / NOS. TO BE WRITTEN.


ATTACHMENT - III

INDIAN STRATEGIC PETROLEUM RESERVES LIMITED


VISAKHAPATNAM
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PROJECT
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS

PMC :- M/s. ENGINEERS INDIA LTD., NEW DELHI.

MONTHLY PROGRESS REPORT


PROGRESS REPORT NO. XX
UPTO____ (DAY) ______ (MONTH)_______ (YEAR)
(REPORTING CUT-OFF DATE)

PREPARED BY :
U/G CIVIL CONTRACTOR

PAGE 1 OF 32

INFORMATION/ACTION
DATE ISSUED FOR PREPD BY CHKD BY/ APPVD BY
REVD BY

DOCUMENT NO ___________
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS MONTH & YEAR
CONTRCTOR : CLIENT : ISPRL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PMC : EIL
PROJECT AT VISAKHAPATNAM PAGE 2 OF 32

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION DESCRIPTION PAGE NO.


I INTRODUCTION 3
II EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 4
III DETAILED STATUS 5
IV AREAS OF CONCERN WITH ACTION PLAN 6
V PROGRESS STATISTICS 7
VI MILESTONE STATUS 9
VII PROBLEMS / HOLD-UPS 10
ANNEXURES
I PROGRESS CURVES
11

II STATUS REPORTS
A CHRONOLOGICAL ACHIEVEMENTS 12
B.1 SUMMARY STATUS OF ENGINEERING DRAWINGS 13
B.2 DRAWING / DOCUMENT RELEASE SCHEDULE 14
C VENDOR/PACKAGE CONTRACTOR DRAWINGS AND DOCUMENTS STATUS 15
D.1 ORDERING STATUS (SUMMARY) 16
D.2 ORDERING STATUS (DETAILED) 17
E.1 EQUIPMENT DELIVERY STATUS (SUMMARY) 18
E.2 EQUIPMENT RECEIPT AND ERECTION STATUS (DETAILED) 19
E.3 BULK MATERIAL STATUS (SUMMARY) 20
E.4 MANUFACTURING / DELIVERY STATUS 21
F SUB CONTRACTING STATUS 22
G1 UNITWISE STATUS OF CONSTRUCTION QUANTITIES RELEASED 23
G2 QUANTITATIVE MONTHLY CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS STATUS 24
H PROGRESS OF STRUCTURAL STEEL FABRICATION 25
I STATUS OF CONSTRUCTION 26
J LOOPWISE HYDROTESTING STATUS 27
K SYSTEM HANDING OVER STATUS 28
L.1 UNITWISE DEPLOYMENT OF LSTK PERSONNEL AT CONSTRUCTION SITE 29
L.2 UNITWISE RESOURCE DEPLOYMENT STATUS - EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY 30
N UPDATED OVERALL PROJECT SCHEDULE
O STATUTORY APPROVAL STATUS 31
P PROJECT PHOTOGRAPHS 32

III OTHER REPORTS


OTHER REPORTS SUCH AS
- QUALITY REPORT
- HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT REPORT
- COST REPORTS
ETC. AS CALLED FOR IN THE OTHER SECTION OF THE BID PACKAGE.

DISTRIBUTION AS PER DISTRIBUTION LIST IN CONTRACT.


UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS MONTH & YEAR
CONTRCTOR : CLIENT : ISPRL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PMC : EIL
PROJECT AT VISAKHAPATNAM PAGE 3 OF 32

I - INTRODUCTION

CLIENT :

PROJECT LOCATION :

PMC : M/s. EIL, NEW DELHI

DESIGN CAPACITY :

UNIT CAPACITY LICENSOR

CONTRACT VALUE : _____Rs.(IN CRORES) (FE COMPONENTS_____)

SCOPE OF WORK :

PROJECT TARGET DATES (UNIT WISE)

EFFECTIVE START DATE :

CONTRACTUAL COMPLN DATE :

CONTRACTUAL COMMNG DATE :


(If Applicable)

ANT. MECH COMPLN DATE :

ANT. COMMG DATE :


(If Applicable)

PROJECT DURATION :_________ MONTHS

TIME ELAPSED :__________MONTHS


UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS MONTH & YEAR
CONTRCTOR : CLIENT : ISPRL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PMC : EIL
PROJECT AT VISAKHAPATNAM PAGE 4 OF 32

II - EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY SHALL SERVE AS SYNOPSIS OF THE PROJECT. IT NEEDS


TO FOCUS ON THE FOLLOWING :

- OVERALL SCHEDULE AND ACTUAL PROGRESS TO BE SPECIFIED


(CUMULATIVE AND DURING THE MONTH)

- LIMIT IT TO ONE PAGE AS FAR AS POSSIBLE.

- MAJOR MILESTONES ACHIEVED DURING THE MONTH.

- CONTINGENCY/ CRASH ACTION PLAN FOR MOST CRITICAL AREAS, IF ANY,


BEING FORMULATED / IMPLEMENTED.

- SIGNAL FOR THE AREAS LIKELY TO BECOME CRITICAL.

- ANY OTHER ISSUE NOT LISTED ABOVE.


UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS MONTH & YEAR
CONTRCTOR : CLIENT : ISPRL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PMC : EIL
PROJECT AT VISAKHAPATNAM PAGE 5 OF 32

III - DETAILED STATUS


(UNITWISE / DISCIPLINEWISE)

A. RESIDUAL BASIC ENGINEERING


- ACTIVITIES COMPLETED DURING THE MONTH
- ACTIVITIES PLANNED FOR THE NEXT MONTH

B. DETAILED ENGINEERING
- ACTIVITIES COMPLETED DURING THE MONTH
- ACTIVITIES PLANNED FOR THE NEXT MONTH

C. PROCUREMENT
i) ORDERING
- ACTIVITIES COMPLETED DURING THE MONTH
- ACTIVITIES PLANNED FOR THE NEXT MONTH

ii) MFG/DELIVERY
- ACTIVITIES COMPLETED DURING THE MONTH
- ACTIVITIES PLANNED FOR THE NEXT MONTH

D. SUB-CONTRACTING
- ACTIVITIES COMPLETED DURING THE MONTH
- ACTIVITIES PLANNED FOR THE NEXT MONTH

E. CONSTRUCTION
- ACTIVITIES COMPLETED DURING THE MONTH
- ACTIVITIES PLANNED FOR THE NEXT MONTH

F. PACKAGE SUB-CONTRACTOR STATUS


PACKAGE SUB-CONTRACTORWISE STATUS TO BE GIVEN
FUNCTIONWISE AS APPLICABLE)

i) ENGINEERING
ii) ORDERING
iii) MANUFACTURING & DELIVERY
iv) CONSTRUCTION

- ACTIVITIES COMPLETED DURING THE MONTH


- ACTIVITIES PLANNED FOR THE NEXT MONTH
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS CONTRACT
MONTH & YEAR
CONTRACTOR
CLIENT : ISPRL
PMC : EIL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PROJECT AT VISAKHAPATNAM
PAGE 6 OF 32

IV - AREAS OF CONCERN WITH ACTON PLAN


(UNITWISE / DISCIPLINEWISE)

SR. IMPACT ON ACTION TARGET


ACT
ION
AREAS OF CONCERN CONSTRAINTS
PLA
N
NO. SCHEDULE BY DATE
(IN MONTHS)

NOTE
1. THIS SHALL CONTAIN ONLY CRITICAL ITEMS/ISSUES WHICH ARE DIRECTLY AFFECTING THE PROJECT SCHEDULE
OTHER ITEMS CAN BE PLACED IN PROBLEMS & HOLD UPS CHAPTER.
2 TARGET DATES SHALL BE FURNISHED WITH ACTION PLAN.
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS MONTH & YEAR
CLIENT : ISPRL
CONTRACTOR
PMC : EIL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PROJECT AT VISAKHAP PAGE 7 OF 32

V - PROGRESS STATISTICS

A OVERALL PROJECT PROGRESS


DESCRIPTION WTD % AGE DURING THE MONTH CUMULATIVE
COMPLEX SCHEDULE ACTUAL SCHEDULE ACTUAL
RESIDUAL BASIC ENGINEERING
DETAILED ENGINEERING
MANUFACTURING/DELIVERY
SUB-CONTRACTING
CONSTRUCTION
COMMISSIONING
OVERALL PROGRESS - PHYSICAL Σ Α=100%
B. PROCESS UNIT (UNITWISE)
B.1 UNIT NAME
DESCRIPTION WTD % AGE DURING THE MONTH CUMULATIVE
COMPLEX UNIT SCHEDULE ACTUAL SCHEDULE ACTUAL
RESIDUAL BASIC ENGINEERING
DETAILED ENGINEERING
ORDERING
MANUFACTURING/DELIVERY
SUB-CONTRACTING
CONSTRUCTION
COMMISSIONING
PHYSICAL PROGRESS UNIT- A1 A1 % 100

B.2 UNIT NAME

B.3 UNIT NAME

B.4 UTILITIES /OFFSITES


DESCRIPTION WTD % AGE DURING THE MONTH CUMULATIVE
COMPLEX UNIT SCHEDULE ACTUAL SCHEDULE ACTUAL
RESIDUAL BASIC ENGINEERING
DETAILED ENGINEERING
ORDERING
MANUFACTURING/DELIVERY
SUB-CONTRACTING
CONSTRUCTION #
COMMISSIONING
PHYSICAL PROGRESS UTILITIES
A4 % 100
/OFFSITES

B.5 INFRASTRUCTURE/ENABLING FACILITIES


DESCRIPTION WTD % AGE DURING THE MONTH CUMULATIVE
COMPLEX UNIT SCHEDULE ACTUAL SCHEDULE ACTUAL
DETAILED ENGINEERING
ORDERING
MANUFACTURING/DELIVERY
SUB-CONTRACTING
CONSTRUCTION
COMMISSIONING
PHYSICAL PROGRESS INFRASTRUCTURE A5 % 100
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS MONTH & YEAR
CONTRACTOR CLIENT
PMC : EIL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PROJCT AT VISAKHAPATNAM
PAGE 8 OF 32

C. SUB CONTRACTED PACKAGES (PROCESS UNIT,UTILITIES & OFFSITES)


C.1 RAW WATER TREATMENT PLANT
DESCRIPTION WTD %AGE DURING THE MONTH CUMULATIVE
w.r.t U/OFF UNIT SCHEDULE ACTUAL SCHEDULE ACTUAL
RESIDUAL BASIC ENGINEERING
DETAILED ENGINEERING
ORDERING
MANUFACTURING & DELIVERY
CONSTRUCTION
COMMISSIONING
PHYSICAL PROGRESS RWTP X1 100

C.2 D.M. PLANT


DESCRIPTION WTD %AGE DURING THE MONTH CUMULATIVE
w.r.t U/OFF UNIT SCHEDULE ACTUAL SCHEDULE ACTUAL
RESIDUAL BASIC ENGINEERING
DETAILED ENGINEERING
ORDERING
MANUFACTURING & DELIVERY
CONSTRUCTION
COMMISSIONING
PHYSICAL PROGRESS DM PLANT X2 100

C.3 COOLING WATER TEATMENT PLANT


C.4 COOLING WATER PLANT

C.5 EFFLUENT TREATMENT PLANT etc.

C.6 HEATERS

C.7 REFORMER WITH WH RECOVERY SYSTEM

C.8 HT SYSTEM

C.9 LT SYSTEM

C.10 DCS

C.11 NITROGEN
D. MAJOR REASONS FOR SHORTFALL

NOTE:
1. WHEREIN THE GAP BETWEEN SCHEDULE & ACTUAL %AGE PROGRESS IS MORE THAN 5 % , EXPLANATION
FOR THE BACK LOG/GAP REQUIRED TO BE FURNISHED IN THIS SHEET.
2. ALL COMPONENTS OF THE PROJECT IN LSTK CONTRACTOR'S SCOPE AS PER THE CONTRACT, SHOULD BE REPORTED IN
IN THE PROGRESS STATISTICS.
3. UNIT WISE ALL SUBCONTRACTED PACKAGES TO BE REPORTED UNDER SUBHEADING "SUB CONTRACTED PACKAGE".
4. # CONSTRUCTION INCLUDES %AGE PROGRESS OF SUB-CONTRACTED PACKAGES IF ANY IN THE RESPECTIVE UNIT /
OFFSITES & UTILITIES AS DETAILED IN THE ANNEXURE TO CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS.
MONTH & YEAR
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS CLIENT : ISPRL
CONTRACTOR PMC : EIL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PROJECT AT PAGE 9 OF 32
VISAKHAPATNAM

VI. MILESTONE STATUS


(CURRENT + 2 MONTHS)
STATUS AS ON :

S. MILESTONE DESCRIPTION SCHEDULE LATEST ACTUAL FORECAST STATUS/


ALLOWABLE
DATE DATE DATE REMARKS
NO. DATE

1 GENERAL

2 UNIT
2.1 RESIDUAL BASIC ENGINEERING

2.2 DETAILED ENGINEERING

2.3 PROCUREMENT

a) ORDERING

b) MANUFACTURING & DELIVERY

2.4 SUB-CONTRACTING

2.5 CONSTRUCTION

2.6 PRECOMMISSIONING

2.7 COMMISSIONING

NOTE :
ALL MILESTONES (UNIT WISE AND FUNCTION WISE) AS AGREED DURING KICK OFF MEETING ARE TO BE LISTED.
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS CONTRACT
CONTRACTOR MONTH & YEAR
CLIENT: ISPRL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PROJECT AT VISAKHAPATNAM
PMC : EIL
PAGE 10 OF 32
VII - PROBLEMS / HOLD-UPS
(UNIT WISE / DISCIPLINE WISE)

SR.
PROBLEM / HOLD-UPS ACTION PLAN ACTION BY TARGET DATE
NO.

NOTE : ONLY POINTS WHICH AFFECT THE PROGRESS BUT MAY NOT
HAVE THE IMPACT ON THE PROJECT SCHEDULE SHALL BE LISTED HERE.
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS MONTH & YEAR
CONTRACTOR CLIENT : ISPRL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PROJECT AT PMC : EIL
VISAKHAPATNAM PAGE 11 OF 32

ANNEXURE - I (A)

STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PROJECT


FUNCTION / PHYSICAL
100 45
CUMULATIVE % PROGRESS 90 40

MONTHLY % PROGRESS
80 35
70
30
60
25
50
20
40
15
30
20 10

10 5
0 0
D'00 J'01 F'01 M'01 A'01 M'01 J'01 J'01 A'01
SCH DURING THE MONTH 0 10 42.5 14.5
ACT. DURING THE MONTH 0 15 24 19
CUMM. SCH 5 15 57.5 72 80 85 90 95 100
CUMM. ACT 3 18 42 61

NOTE : 1. UNIT WISE SEPARATE CURVE FOR EACH FUNCTION AND CURVE FOR PHYSICAL PROGRESS
2. OVERALL (AT CONTRACT LEVEL) SEPARATELY FOR EACH FUNCTION AND ONE CURVE FOR PHYSICAL PROGRESS
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS CONTRACT MONTH & YEAR
CONTRACTOR CLIENT: ISPRL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PROJECT AT PMC : EIL
VISAKHAPATNAM PAGE 12 OF 32

ANNEXURE - II (A)

CHRONOLOGICAL ACHIEVEMENTS
S. NO. DESCRIPTION OF KEY MILESTONES SCH. DATE ACTUAL DATE OF
OCCURRENCE

1. GENERAL

2. UNITWISE (AS APPLICABLE)

2.1 RESIDUAL BASIC ENGINEERING

2.2 DETAILED ENGINEERING

2.3 ORDERING

2.4 MANUFACTURING & DELIVERY

2.5 SUB-CONTRACTING

2.6 CONSTRUCTION

2.7 SUB-CONTRACTED PACKAGES

2.8 PRECOMMISSIONING

2.9 COMMISSIONING

NOTE : MECHANICAL COMPLETION & COMMISSIONING DATES


SHALL ALSO BE RECORDED.
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS MONTH & YEAR
CONTRACTOR CLIENT: ISPRL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PROJECT PMC : EIL
AT VISAKHAPATNAM PAGE 13OF 32

SUMMARY STATUS OF ENGINEERING DRAWINGS


(SUMMARY LEVEL & UNIT WISE SEPARATELY) ANNEXURE :II(B.1)

TOTAL DRAWINGS RELEASED (NOS.) REVIEW STATUS (NOS.) SUBMISSION PROGM.


DISCIPLINE DRAWINGS DURING THE MONTH CUMULATIVE TOTAL DRGS. CODE 1 CODE 2 CODE 3 FOR NEXT MONTH REMARKS

NOS. SCH. ACT. SCH ACT FOR REVIEW FRESH CODE 3

ARCHITECTURAL

GENERAL CIVIL

STRUCTURAL

PIPING

GAD's

ISO's

ELECTRICAL

INSTRUMENTATION

TOTAL
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS MONTH & YEAR
CONTRACTOR CLIENT : ISPRL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PROJECT AT PMC : EIL
VISAKHAPATNAM PAGE 14 OF 32

DRAWINGS / DOCUMENTS RELEASE SCHEDULE


(UNITWISE / DISCIPLINEWISE)
ANNEXURE - II(B.2)
PROJECT NAME STATUS AS OF : DD/MM/YYYY
MILESTONES
REV
USE WTD. DRAFT CHECK IST REVIEW % WTD REV.
DRG. NO. . CAT. DRAWING / DOCUMENT TITLE REMARKS
NO. CODE VALUE COMPL. COMPL. SUBM. CODE 2 CODE 1 PROG. PROG. CODE
* * * * *
DISCIPLINE : PROCESS SCH.
A/F
SCH.
A/F
SCH.
A/F
SCH.
A/F
SCH.
A/F
SCH.
A/F
SCH.
A/F
SCH.
A/F
LEGEND
CATEGORY (CAT.): I: INFORMATION R: REVIEW A : APPROVAL
S : STUDY A: STATUTORY / CLIENT REVIEW
USE CODE :- P: PURCHASE C: CONSTRUCTION
T: TENDERING L: CALCULATION
NOTE : 1. INDICATE A/F (ACTUAL / FORECAST)AS APPLICABLE WITH THE DATES.
2. * DATES FOR AGREED MILESTONES AS PER PROGRESS MEASUREMENT METHODOLOGY.
3. THIS INCLUDES PROCESS / BASIC ENGG. DELIVERABLES.
MONTH & YEAR
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS CLIENT : ISPRL
CONTRACTOR PMC : EIL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PAGE 15 OF 32
PROJECT AT VISAKHAPATNAM

VENDOR/PACKAGE CONTRACTOR DRAWINGS & DOCUMENTS STATUS


(UNITWISE / DISCIPLINEWISE)
ANNEXURE - II(C)
PROJECT NAME STATUS AS OF : DD/MM/YYYY
SL WTD. REV. NO. REVIEW DATE PROG REMARKS &
NO DRG. NO. DESCRIPTION VALUE CODE Ist SUBM. REV. CODE-2 CODE-1 (%) STATUS
* * *
VENDOR / PACKAGE CONTRACTOR NAME : ……………………….

NOTE : 1. * - AGREED MILESTONE PERCENTAGE


2. ALL VENDOR / PACKAGE CONTRACTOR DRAWINGS DOCUMENTS TO BE LISTED.
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS MONTH & YEAR
CONTRACTOR CLIENT : ISPRL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PROJECT A PMC : EIL
PAGE 16 OF 32

UNIT NAME / SUMMARY LEVEL


ANNEXURE : II (D.1)
ORDERING STATUS (SUMMARY)
(LOCAL(INDIAN) & FOREIGN PROCUREMENT SEPARATELY)
TOTAL MR ISSUE BIDS FOI/TOI PO
CATEGORY MRs ISSUED ENQUIRY DUE ISSUED ISSUED
SCH ACT SCH ACT SCH ACT SCH ACT SCH ACT

EQUIPMENT

COLUMNS

EXCHANGERS

TOTAL

BULK

TOTAL

NOTE : NE AGAINST EACH EQUIPMENT CATEGORY AS COLUMN, EXCHANGERS, PUMPS ETC. AND BULK MATERIAL.
2. SEPERATE STATUS FOR EACH UNIT AND AT PROJECT SUMMARY LEVEL.
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS
MONTH & YEAR
CONTRACTOR
CLIENT : ISPRL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PROJECT AT PMC : EIL
VISAKHAPATNAM PAGE 17 OF 32

ORDERING STATUS (DETAILED)


(DISCIPLINEWISE FOR EACH UNIT)
UNIT_______________ ANNEXURE - II(D.2)
DESCRIPTION WTD. CAT MR ISSUE RECV TBA FOI/TOI PO L/C % VENDOR/ PO NO. PR REV. REV. CDD
MR NO. ITEM NO. VAL. RELS ENQ. BIDS ISSUED ISSUE ISSUE OPEN PROG LOCATION /DATE REVIEW CODE 2 CODE REMARKS
DATE

MECHANICAL
SCH.

A/F

SCH.

A/F

SCH.

A/F

SCH.

A/F

SCH.

A/F

SCH.

A/F

SCH.

A/F

NOTE : 1. INDICATE A/F (ACTUAL/FORECAST) AS APPLICABLE WITH THE DATES


2. CONTRACTUAL DELIVERY DATE (CDD) IS TO BE QUALIFIED IN REMARKS COLUMN
(I.E EX WORKS, FOT, FOB, AT SITE ETC.)
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS MONTH & YEAR
CONTRACTOR CLIENT: ISPRL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PROJECT AT PMC : EIL
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UNIT / SUMMARY * ANNEXURE: II(E.1)


EQUIPMENT DELIVERY STATUS (SUMMARY)

EQUIPMENT TOTAL QTY RECEIVED QTY IN DELIVERY FORECAST AT SITE FOR BAL. EQPT.
DESCRIPTION NOS ORDERED DESPATCHED AT SITE TRANSIT CALENDAR MONTHS --------->
(NOS.) (NOS.) (NOS.) (NOS.) 1 2 3 4 5 6
COLUMNS
VESSELS
REACTORS
EXCHANGERS
AIR COOLERS
PUMPS
COMPRESSORS
FANS
MISC. (MAJOR CRITICAL ITEMS)

TOTAL
NOTE
2. * SEPARATE STATUS FOR EACH UNIT AND AT SUMMARY LEVEL.
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS MONTH & YEAR
CONTRACTOR CLIENT : ISPRL
PMC : EIL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PROJECT AT VISAKHAPATNAM PAGE 19 OF 32

UNIT / SUMMARY *
EQUIPMENT RECEIPT AND ERECTION STATUS (DETAILED) ANNEXURE: II(E.2)
(UNITWISE/DISCIPLINEWISE))

PO NO. EQPT EQUIPMENT ERECTION VENDOR NAME, REQD. C.D.D DESPATCHED RECEIVED SITE FDN STRL. ERECTION HYDROTESTING
TAG NO. DESCRIPTION WT. LOCATION, AT SITE ON AT SITE ASSEMBLY READY READY DATE DATE PAINTING INSULATION FIRE

(MT) COUNTRY (IF ANY) DATE DATE PROOFING

COLUMNS

a)

b)

VESSELS

REACTORS

EXCHANGERS

AIR COOLERS

PUMPS

COMPRESSORS

FANS/BLOWERS

OTHER ITEMS

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENTS
NOTE : 1. ALL EQUIPMENT TO BE COVERED. TAGGED ITEMS WITH MULTIPLE SUFFIXES TO BE MENTIONED SEPARATELY. e.g 701-E-03A, 701-E-03B 701-E-03C
2. * SEPARATE STATUS FOR UNIT AND AT SUMMARY LEVEL.
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS CONTRACT MONTH & YEAR
CONTRACTOR CLIENT: ISPRL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PROJECT AT PMC : EIL
VISAKHAPATNAM PAGE 20 OF 32

UNIT NAME / SUMMARY LEVEL * ANNEXURE - II (E.3)


BULK MATERIAL STATUS (SUMMARY)
STATUS AS OF : _______
QUANTITY FORECAST FOR
S.NO. ITEMWISE DESCRIPTION UOM TOTAL ORDERED RELEASED RECEIVED BALANCE STATUS/PROBLEMS
REQUIREMENT AT SITE DELIVERY
1 2 3 4 5
1 PIPES M

2 FITTINGS No.

3 FLANGES No.

4 VALVES No.

5 ELECTRICAL ITEMS (ALL)

ALL ITEMS

6 INSTRUMENTATION ITEMS

ALL ITEMS

NOTE : 1. SEPARATE STATUS FOR EACH UNIT AND AT SUMMARY LEVEL.


2. STATUS TO BE GIVEN SEPARATELY FOR LOCAL (INDIAN) AND IMPORTED PURCHASE.
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS MONTH & YEAR
CONTRACTOR CLIENT : ISPRL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PROJECT PMC : EIL
AT VISAKHAPATNAM PAGE 21 OF 32

MANUFACTURING / DELIVERY STATUS


(UNITWISE / DISCIPLINEWISE/ ORDERWISE)
(LOCAL (INDIAN) AND FOREIGN PROCUREMENT SEPARATELY) ANNEXURE - II(E.4)
PROJECT NAME STATUS AS OF : DD/MM/YYYY
TAG NO./ DESCRIPTION WTD PO VENDOR/ INSPN ORDER RELSD RECD VENDOR RAW RAW MFG MFG FINAL CDD FOB/EX ARRIVAL ARRIVAL SITE %

ITEM OF ITEM VAL NO. LOCATION/ CAT QTY QTY QTY DRG MATL. MATL START FINISH INSPN WORKS INDIAN AT REQD PROG REMARKS

& COUNTRY REV. S/O RECPT DELY PORT SITE DATE


DATE * * * * * * * * *
SCH.

A/F

SCH.

A/F

SCH.

A/F

SCH.

A/F

SCH.

A/F

SCH.

A/F

SCH.

A/F

LEGEND
* - AGREED MILESTONE PERCENTAGE
INSPN. CAT.- INSPECTION CATEGORY ;- AS DESCRIBED IN INSPECTION METHODOLOGY. A/F :- ACTUAL / FORECAST
NOTE : 1 INDICATE A/F AS APPLICABLE WITH THE DATES (A/F :- ACTUAL / FORECAST)
2 BULK ITEMS LIST SHOULD INCLUDE PIPING, ELECTRICAL AND INSTRUMENTATION ITEMS.
3
4 CONTRACTUAL DELIVERY DATE (CDD) IS TO BE QUALIFIED IN REMARKS COLUMN
(I.E. EX WORKS, FOT, FOB, AT SITE (AS APPLICABLE) ETC.)
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS MONTH & YEAR
CONTRACTOR CLIENT : ISPRL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PROJECT PMC : EIL
AT VISAKHAPATNAM PAGE 22 OF 32

SUB-CONTRACTING STATUS
ANNEXURE - II(F)
UNIT : STATUS AS OF : DD/MM/YYYY
DESCRIPTION WTD ISSUE OF PREPARATION TENDER RECEIPT AWARD NAME DURATION CONTRACTUAL INTERMEDIATE

OF WORK VALUE TENDER OF TENDER ON OF BIDS OF %AGE OF OF COMPLETION CONTRACTUAL REMARKS

SPECS DOCUMENT SALE WORK PROGRESS AGENCY CONTRACT DATE MILESTONES


* * * * * (IF ANY)
SCH.

A/F

SCH.

A/F

SCH.

A/F

SCH.

A/F

SCH.

A/F

SCH.

A/F

SCH.

A/F

* - AGREED MILESTONE PERCENTAGE


A/F :- ACTUAL/FORECAST
NOTE : 1. INDICATE A/F AS APPLICABLE WITH THE DATES.
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS MONTH & YEAR
CONTRACTOR
CLIENT: ISPRL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PROJECT AT PMC : EIL
VISAKHAPATNAM PAGE 23 OF 32

UNIT ______________ ANNEXURE : II(G.1)

UNITWISE STATUS OF CONSTRUCTION QUANTITIES RELEASED ( DISCIPLINEWISE FOR EACH UNIT)


S. DISCIPLINE & LIKELY CUM BALANCE PROGRAMME FOR BALANCE QTY UNDER HOLD
NO. MAJOR WORK ITEM UOM QTY RELEASED QTY TO BE MONTHS AND REASON FOR THE SAME
QTY RELEASED 1 ST 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 6TH

UOM : UNIT OF MEASUREMENT.


UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS MONTH & YEAR
CONTRACTOR CLIENT: ISPRL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PMC : EIL
PROJECT AT VISAKHAPATNAM PAGE 24 OF 32

UNIT : ____________
QUANTITATIVE MONTHLY CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS STATUS
( UNITWISE/DISCIPLINEWISE)
ANNEXURE :II(G.2)
WORK ITEM UNIT OF TOTAL QUANTITY PROGRAM
DESCRIPTION MEASU- CUMMULATIVE DURING THE MONTH FOR NEXT
REMENT WORKLOAD FRONT COMPLETED PROGRAMME COMPLETED BACKLOG MONTH
EXCAVATION CM

BACK FILLING CM

RCC WORKS CM

BRICK WORK CM

A/G PPG - FAB ID

A/G PPG - ERN IM

U/G PPG - FAB ID

U/G PPG - ERN IM

INSTRUMENTATION

- LOOPCHECKING NOS

PERCENTAGE PROGRAMMED DURING THE MONTH : CUM. PERCENTAGE PROGRESS SCHEDULE :


PERCENTAGE ACHIEVED DURING THE MONTH : FRONT:
PERCENTAGE PROGRAMMED FOR NEXT MONTH : ACTUAL:
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS MONTH & YEAR
CONTRACTOR CLIENT: ISPRL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PROJECT PMC : EIL
AT VISAKHAPATNAM PAGE 25 OF 32

UNIT ______________ ANNEXURE - II (H)


PROGRESS OF STRUCTURAL STEEL FABRICATION
STATUS AS ON :
SL. WORK ORDER UOM WORK STATUS CUMUL. YEAR YEAR REMARKS

NO. UNIT DESCRIPTION CONTRACTOR LOAD TO DATE MONTHS MONTHS

1 AGENCY 1 MT SCH.

PROG.

ACT

2 AGENCY 2 MT SCH.

PROG.

ACT.

3 AGENCY 3 MT SCH.

PROG.

ACT.

GRAND MT PROG.

TOTAL ACT

LEGENDS:
UOM : UNIT OF MEASUREMENT SCH. : SCHEDULE PROG. : PROGRAM ACT. : ACTUAL

NOTE : SIMILAR DATA SHALL BE PROVIDED FOR OTHER KEY CONSTRUCTION ITEMS SUCH AS RCC, TANKAGE, CABLE LAYING, PIPING FABRICATION, ERECTION, HYDROTESTING ,
STRUCTURAL EREECTION ETC.
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS MONTH & YEAR
CONTRACTOR CLIENT: ISPRL
PMC : EIL
PAGE 26OF 32
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PROJECT AT VISAKHAPATNAM

UNIT :_______________ ANNEXURE : II (I)


STATUS OF CONSTRUCTION
SR. AGENCY DURATION CONTRACTUAL ACTUAL ACT/ANT CUM. % ACHIEVED
NO. SCOPE OF WORK (MONTHS) START COMPLN START COMPLN MONTHLY PROGRESS CONTRACTUAL FRONT* ACTUAL
DATE DATE DATE SCH. PROGM ACT. SCH AVAILABLE

SUMMARY

NOTE : 1. * FRONT INDICATES WORK THAT CAN BE TAKEN UP CONSIDERING AVAILABILITY OF DRAWINGS, MATERIALS AND ACCESS.
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS
CONTRACTOR MONTH & YEAR
CLIENT: ISPRL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PMC : EIL
PROJECT AT VISAKHAPATNAM PAGE 27 OF 32

UNIT :__________________

LOOPWISE HYDROTESTING STATUS


ANNEXURE : II (J)

NO. OF LOOPS
HYDROTESTED LOOPS UNDER HOLD REMARKS
SR. RADIO-
DESCRIPTION FRONT CHECK MECH. SR THIS MONTH CUMULATIVE MATERIAL ERECTION TOTAL
NO. TOTAL GRAPHY
AVAILABLE LISTED CLEARED CLEARED SCH. ACT. SCH. ACT.
CLEARED

1.0 UNIT I 100 50 30 20 20 20 15 5 20 10 35 15 50

SERVICEWISE /
SYSTEMWISE

2.0 UNIT II

SERVICEWISE /
SYSTEMWISE

3.0 OFFSITES PART A

SERVICEWISE

4.0 OFFSITES PART B

SERVICEWISE

5.0 PACKAGES

SERVICEWISE

TOTAL

NOTE : REPORTING SHALL START AFTER PREPARATION OF LOOPWISE PIPING COMPLETION SCHEDULE
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS MONTH & YEAR
CONTRACTOR CLIENT: ISPRL
PMC : EIL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PROJECT AT VISAKHAPATNAM PAGE 28 OF 32

UNIT : ______________ ANNEXURE : II (K)


SYSTEM HANDING OVER STATUS (UNITWISE)

S.NO. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION FORMAT I ISSUE DATE FORMAT II ISSUE DATE FORMAT III ISSUE DATE FORMAT IV ISSUE DATE FORMAT V ISSUE DATE

A. SYSTEM I TARGET DATE

ACTUAL DATE

B. SYSTEM II TARGET DATE

ACTUAL DATE

C. SYSTEM III TARGET DATE

ACTUAL DATE

TARGET DATE

ACTUAL DATE

TARGET DATE

ACTUAL DATE

GRAND TOTAL TARGET (NOS.)

ACTUAL (NOS.)

LEGEND :
FORMAT I : INFORMATION REGARDING SYSTEM COMPLETION
FORMAT II : CHECKLIST
FORMAT III : READY FOR PRE-COMMISSIONING \ MECH COMPLENTION CERTIFICATE
FORMAT IV : READY FOR COMMISSIONING CERTIFICATE
FORMAT V : COMPLETION OF COMMISSIONING CERTIFICATE

NOTE : 1. TO BE FURNISHED SEPARATELY FOR EACH UNIT


2. REPORTING SHALL START AFTER PREPARARTION OF SYSTEMWISE COMPLETION SCHEDULE
CONTRACTOR

VISAKHAPATNAM

TOTAL
GRAND
NAME OF UNIT
PLAN / ACT
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS

ACT
ACT
ACT
ACT
ACT

PLAN
PLAN
PLAN
PLAN
PLAN
FOREMAN

CARPENTERS

BAR BENDER
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PROJECT AT

MASONS

BATCH PLANT LAB.

WELDERS - STRL.

WELDERS - PIPE

RIGGERS

PIPE/FABN. FITTERS

GAS CUTTER

GRINDERS

ELECTRICIAN

INST. FITTERS

INSULATORS

OPERATOR / DRIVER

SCAFFOLDERS

STRL. ERECTORS

PAINTERS
(1) LABOUR

STRL. FITTERS

INSTR. TECHNICIANS

MILL WRIGHT FITTERS

MECHANICS

SAND BLASTERS

CRANE OPERATORS

TACK WELDERS

FABRICATORS

DRILLERS

GUNITOR

LAGGERS

UNSKILLED LABOUR

OTHERS
SUB TOTAL : (1)
MANAGERS

ENG. DEPT.

ADMN. DEPT.

PROJECT CONTROL

QA / QC DEPT.

SITE ENG.
PMC : EIL

SITE SUPERVISORS
PAGE 29 OF 32

SAFETY DEPT.
CLIENT : ISPRL
MONTH & YEAR

UNITWISE DEPLOYMENT OF LSTK PERSONNEL AT CONSTRUCTION SITE

SURVEYORS

OTHERS
ANNEXURE - II(L.1)

MONTHLY CONSTRN. ACTUAL (%) :

SUB TOTAL : (2)


MONTHLY CONSTN. PROGRAMME(%):

(2) MANAGEMENT & SUPERVISION

NOTE : REASON FOR DEVIATION BETWEEN MONTHLY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMME AND ACTUAL TO BE MENTIONED. (USE SEPARATE SHEET IF NECESSARY)

GRAND TOTAL : (1) + (2)


SL NO
CONTRACTOR

TOTAL
NAME OF UNIT
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS

PROJECT AT VISAKHAPATNAM

EQUIPMENT & MACHINERY


STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL

EQUIPMENT/MACHINERY

REQUIRED
REQUIRED
REQUIRED
REQUIRED
REQUIRED
REQUIRED
REQUIRED
REQUIRED
REQUIRED
REQUIRED
REQUIRED
REQUIRED
REQUIRED
REQUIRED
REQUIRED

DEPLOYED
DEPLOYED
DEPLOYED
DEPLOYED
DEPLOYED
DEPLOYED
DEPLOYED
DEPLOYED
DEPLOYED
DEPLOYED
DEPLOYED
DEPLOYED
DEPLOYED
DEPLOYED
DEPLOYED

REQUIRED

DEPLOYED
EXCAVATORS

DUMP LOADERS

PROGRAMME %AGE :-
CONC MIXERS

%AGE PROGRESS ACHIEVED :-


DOZERS

WATER TANKS

DG SETS 125/82.5 KW

DW PUMPS

ROLLING MACHINES

JACK HAMMERS

COMPRESSORS

COMPACTORS

VIBRATORS

WELDING MACHINE

COATING/WRAPPING M/C

ROAD ROLLERS

VIBRO ROLLERS

PAY LOADERS

PIPE BENDING M/C

DRILLING M/C RIGS

ROCK BREAKERS

WATER PUMPS

SHEARING/GROOVING M/C
( FOR THE MONTH OF : ___________)

BATCHING PLANT

MOTOR GRADERS

LORRY/CARS/JEEPS

CRANES/HYD. CRANES

WAGON DRILLERS

TRACTORS/TRAILORS

WINCH/HOIST
UNITWISE RESOURCE DEPLOYMENT STATUS

TRANSIT MIXERS

BAR BENDING M/C

GRINDING M/C(AG)

OVENS MOTHER/PORTABLE

PUG CUTTING M/C

SCREW JACK

MAGNETIC DRILL M/C

HAND CUTTING SETS

PAV. BREAKERS
PMC : EIL

BAR CUTTING M/C


CLIENT: ISPRL

PAGE 30 OF 32

CUBE TESTING M/C


MONTH & YEAR

SAND BLASTING HOPER

HOT MIX PLANT

MOBILE DG SETS
ANNEXURE : II (L.2)

HYDRA (8T)

250 MT CRANES
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS MONTH & YEAR
CONTRACTOR CLIENT: ISPRL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PROJECT AT VISAKHAPATNAM PMC : EIL
PAGE 31 OF 32

ANNEXURE : II (O) .
STATUTORY APPROVAL STATUS
(APPROVALS TO BE LISTED UNDER THE HEADS OF (A) FOR DESIGN / DRAWINGS AND (B) FOR INSTALLATION)
APPROVAL DATE
SL. NO. APPROVALS @@ STATUS REMARKS
REQUIRED BY RECEIVED ON
CHIEF INSPECTOR OF FACTORIES FOR PLANT
1
LAYOUT
a) CONSTRUCTION

b) AS BUILT

2 MUNICIPAL CORPORATION FOR VARIOUS BUILDINGS

CIVIL AVIATION FOR FLARE STACK OF CHARGE


3
HEATER
4 FIRE & NUISANCE DEPARTMENT FOR FURNACE
STACK ( CHARGE STACK)

5 NOC FROM MUNICIPAL CORP. FOR ALL FACILITIES

6 IBR FOR STEAM PIPING & EQUIPMENTS

7 IBR FOR CHARGE HEATER

8 TAC FOR FIRE WATER & FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM

CCE FOR PLANT LAYOUT, FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM &


9
TANK
CEI APPROVAL FOR H.V ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION
10
SYSTEM

ANY OTHER STATUTORY & GOVT. APPROVALS


11
(LIST THE SAME)

@@ NOTE : PROBLEMS IF ANY HOLDING APPROVAL SHALL BE HIGHLIGHTED IN THE STATUS COLUMN.
UNDERGROUND CIVIL WORKS MONTH & YEAR
CONTRCTOR : CLIENT : ISPRL
STRATEGIC STORAGE OF CRUDE OIL PMC : EIL
PROJECT AT VISAKHAPATNAM PAGE 32 OF 32

ANNEXURE : II (P)
PROJECT PHOTOGRAPHS

NOTE : COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHS SHOWING KEY PROJECT ACTIVITIES e.g


MANUFACTURING OF CRITICAL EQUIPMENT, TRANSPORTATION
OF ODC ITEMS, CONSTRUCTION/ERECTION OF MAIN AREAS /
EQUIPMENT SHALL BE INCLUDED EVERY MONTH.
Attachment -IV
FLOW OF DOCUMENTS FROM CONTRACTOR
Note : 1. Documents to be submitted by the bidder along with Bid are listed in clause 4.0
2. Contractor shall submit electronic file along with hard copy wherever “*” is marked below
3. Number of copies to be submitted by Contractor for each document indicated below are indicative and shall be modified as per project
requirement by Project Manager before including in the bid document.

NO. OF COPIES
S.NO DOCUMENT
DESCRIPTION OF DOCUMENT FREQUENCY / TIME OF RECEIPT PMC PMC PMC (DESIGN
. CLIENT CATEGORY
(HO) (SITE) OFFICE)
1. 90 Days Front End schedule With in one week of award 4 4* 2* 2* Review
2a. Procedure for Planning Scheduling and Approval
Monitoring along with sample formats.
During kick off Meeting ( To be held 2 2 2 2
within two weeks of award )
2b. Progress Measurement Methodology Approval
3a. Overall Project Schedule ( Unit wise ) With in three weeks of award 4 4* 2* 2* Approval

Monthly / to be submitted with monthly


3b. Updation of overall Project schedule progress report 3 3* 2* 2* Information
( Unit wise )
4a. Unit wise Functional Schedules in Within 6 weeks of award - 4* - 1 Review
resource based bar chart with “s” curves
- Residual Basic Engineering Schedules Schedules of different disciplines to be
- Detailed Engineering Schedules submitted as separate documents
- Ordering Schedules
- Manufacturing & Delivery Schedule
Sub-contracting Schedule
Updation of Functional Schedule and “S”
Page 1 of 3
Attachment -IV
FLOW OF DOCUMENTS FROM CONTRACTOR

4b. Curve Monthly 3 2* 2* 2* Information


5a. Construction Network ( Unit wise ) with Within eight weeks of award or one 2 3* 2* 2* Review
contract level, unit level and discipline “S” month before start of construction
curves. activities, which ever is earlier.
5b. Updation of Construction Network and “S” Monthly 1 1 2* 1 Information
curves ( Unit wise )
6a. Loop wise piping completion schedule Two months before start of hydro -testing 2 3* 2* 2* Review
as scheduled in unit wise construction
network
6b. Updation of loop wise piping completion 1 1 2* 1 Information
schedule Weekly, to be submitted before review
meeting
7a. System wise completion schedule One month before scheduled completion 2 3* 2* 2* Review
as per unit wise construction network

7b. Updation of system wise completion Weekly, to be submitted before review 1 1 2* 1 Information
schedule meeting
8a. Pre-commissioning / commissioning Two months before scheduled system 2 3* 2* 2* Review
schedule completion or one month before starting.
Pre-commissioning activities as per unit
wise construction

8b. Updation of Pre-commissioning / Weekly, to be submitted before review 1 1 2* 1 Information


commissioning schedule meeting
9. Catch up Schedules As desired by Client/PMC

Page 2 of 3
Attachment -IV
FLOW OF DOCUMENTS FROM CONTRACTOR

a. For Overall Project Schedule 4 4* 2* 2* Review


b. For Construction Networks 3 3* 2* 2*
c. Updation As per 4b & 7b. Review
10a. Sub-contractor schedules with “S” curves To be made within two weeks of award of As called for Information
including all Sub-Contractor Packages Sub-Contract
like Heater, DM Plant etc, To be submitted when called for by the
owner / PMC.
10b. Updation of Sub-contractor schedules Fortnightly Information
with “S” curves
11. Monthly Programme Within three calendar days of monthly As desired 2 2 2 Review
a. Design Office Activities progress report cut off date
b. Construction Activities Within two calendar days of monthly 2 2 2 Review
progress report cut off date
12. Monthly Progress Report Monthly, within 5 calendar days from cut 3 2* Files as 2* Files as 2* Files as Information
off date mentioned mentioned mentioned
above above above
13. Weekly Progress Report ( Over all ) Weekly / within 2 calendar days of cut off 3 2 2 2 Information
date.
14. Weekly Progress Report ( Construction ) Weekly / within 2 calendar days of cut off ( 2H ) 2 2 2 Information
date.
15. Daily Progress Report ( Site ) Daily / before noon of next day 1 2 2 1 Information
16. Expediting Report Fortnightly ( 2H ) ( 2H ) ( 2H ) ( 2H ) Information

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