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RESURFACING OF RUNWAY AND AIRCRAFT OPERATING SURFACES AT AF STATION JAMMU CONTENTS Srl No 1 1. Contents Page

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Tender forwarding letter Notice of e-tender and Appendix ‘A’ to NIT.

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Item rate tender and contract for works IAFW-1779-A (Revised 1955)

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Special conditions including Appendix ‘A’, ‘A-1’and ‘B’

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Particular specifications including Appendix ‘A’ to ‘F’ List of drawings

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General conditions of contracts (IAFW-2249 -1989 print) including its errata/amendments Schedule of Minimum fair wages.

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Corrigendum to tender documents. Relevant correspondence, if any and acceptance letter. Total pages

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For Accepting Officer ____________________________ (SIGNATURE OF THE CONTRACTOR) DATED: __________________

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HQ Chief Engineer (AF) Zone Military Engineer Services C/o 39 Wing, AF PIN-936839 C/O 56 APO Apr 2018

M/S…….………………………. ………………………….……… ………………………….………

RESURFACING OF RUNWAY AND AIRCRAFT OPERATING SURFACES AT AF STATION JAMMU

Dear Sir(s), 1.

Tender documents in respect of above work are uploaded on the site www.defproc.gov.in. The tender is on single stage two cover e-tendering system. The contents of Cover I & Cover II are specified in NOTICE OF TENDER.

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Bids will be received online by ACCEPTING OFFICER upto the date and time mentioned in the NOTICE INVITING TENDER (NIT). No tender/bid will be received in physical form and any tender/bid received in such manner will be treated as non bonafide tender/bid.

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Bid will be opened on due date and time fixed for opening in the presence of tenderers/bidders or their authorized representatives, who have uploaded their quotation bid and who wish to be present at the time of opening the bids.

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Your attention is also drawn to instructions on filling and submission of tender attached herewith. You may forward your points on tender documents and /or depute your technical representative for discussion on tender/drawings and to clarify doubts, if any, on or before prebid meet . You are requested not to write piece meal points and forward your points duly consolidated before due date viz ______

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Unenlisted contractors are required to submit the scanned copies (in pdf file) of documents required as per eligibility criteria mentioned in instructions for filling the tender documents and Appendix ‘A’ to NIT alongwith EARNEST MONEY DEPOSIT (EMD) and tender fee on e-procurement portal and submit the physical documents in the office of Chief Engineer (Air Force) Zone, Military Engineer Services, C/o 39 Wing AF, PIN – 936839 C/o 56 APO within time limit specified in NIT. Inadequacy/deficiency of documents shall make the bid liable for rejection resulting in disqualification for opening of finance bid.

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(a) Contractor having not executed standing security bond and standing security deposit in any MES formation shall upload scanned copy of EARNEST MONEY DEPOSIT (EMD) mentioned in Notice of Tender and shall ensure receipt of hard copy of EMD in the office of tender issuing authority before date & time fixed for this purpose. In case of failure to abide by any of these two requirements, the finance bid will not be opened.

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(b) Contractor having not executed standing security bond and standing security deposit in any MES formation would be required to deposit individual security deposit on acceptance of tender which will be calculated with reference to the tendered cost as per scale laid down by MES for calculation of “EARNEST MONEY” enhanced by 25% subject to maximum of Rs. 18,75,000/- (Rupees Eighteen Lac Seventy Five Thousand Only). 7.

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Enlisted contractor of MES shall submit the scanned copies (pdf file) of enlistment letter, tender fee and such other documents as mentioned in Appx ‘A’ to NIT on eprocurement portal and submit physical documents in the office of Chief Engineer (Air Force) Zone, Military Engineer Services, C/o 39 Wing AF, PIN – 936839 C/o 56 APO before date & time fixed for this purpose. The contractor must ensure that the tender/bid on the proper form is uploaded in time as the Accepting Officer will take no cognizance of any quotation/offer received in any other electronic or physical form like email/fax/byhand/through post from tenderer/ bidder even if they are received in time.

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In view of delays due to system failure or other communication related failures, it is suggested that the tender/bid be uploaded, if necessary, sufficiently in advance of last due date and time fixed.

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General conditions of contracts (IAFW-2249) (1989 Print) and errata and amendments thereto, Schedule of minimum fair wages and MES SSR (Part-I and part-II) are not enclosed with these documents. These are available for perusal in the office of GE concerned and this office.

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Any tender, which proposes alterations to any of the condition, specification laid down in the tender documents or any new condition, whatsoever, is liable to be rejected.

Yours faithfully,

For Accepting Officer (Signature of the Contractor) Dated: _____________

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INSTRUCTIONS ON FILLING AND SUBMISSION OF TENDER 1. EARNEST MONEY DEPOSIT (EMD)

Contractor(s) who are not enlisted with MES/who are enlisted but have not executed the standing security bond shall submit Earnest money Deposit as detailed in Notice of Tender in one of the following forms, along with their tender/bid :(a) Deposit at call receipt from a Scheduled Bank in favour of Garrison Engineer (AF) Jammu. (b) Receipted treasury Challan, the amount being credited to the Revenue deposit of Garrison Engineer (AF) Jammu. (c) It is advisable that earnest Money is deposited in the form of deposit call receipt from an approved Schedule Bank for easy refund. In case the tenderer/bidder wants to lodge ‘EARNEST MONEY DEPOSIT’ in any other form allowed by MES, a confirmation about its acceptability will be obtained from the Accepting Officer well in advance of the bid submission end date and time. Earnest money deposit shall be submitted in the name of GE (AF) Jammu. NOTES :Earnest Money deposit (EMD) in the form of cheque/Bank Guarantee etc. will not be accepted. NON-SUBMISSION OF EARNEST MONEY DEPOSIT (EMD) (scanned copy alongwith Technical Bid & hard copy before the date & time fixed for opening of BOQ) WILL RENDER THE BID DISQUALIFIED FOR OPENING OF COVER II (FINANCE BID) 2. SECURITY DEPOSIT

In case the tender/bid submitted by such contractor who is not enlisted with MES is accepted, the contractor will be required to lodge with the Controller of Defence Accounts INDIVIDUAL SECURITY DEPOSIT calculated with reference to TENDER COST as notified by the Accepting Officer subject to a maximum of RS. 18,75,000/- The amount is required to be lodged within 30(Thirty) days of the receipt by the contractor of notification of acceptance of tender/bid, failing which the sum shall be recovered from the 1st RAR payment or from the Final bill (Refer Condition 22 of GCC (IAFW-2249)). 3. CONTRACTOR ENLISTED WITH CHIEF ENGINEER NORTHERN COMMAND

AND WHO HAVE EXECUTED STANDING SECURITY BOND AND DEPOSITED STANDING SECURITY DEPOSIT BUT OF LOWER CLASS In case the tender/bid is accepted, the amount of Additional Security Deposit will be as notified by Accepting Officer. The amount will be the difference between the “Individual Security Deposit” calculated with reference to the “TENDERED COST” and “Standing Security Deposit” lodged. The amount is required to be lodged within 30(Thirty) days of the receipt by the contractor of notification of acceptance of tender/bid, failing which the sum shall be recovered from 1st RAR payment or from the final bill (Refer Condition 22 of GCC (IAFW-2249)). 4. CONTRACTOR ENLISTED IN MES FORMATIONS OTHER THAN CHIEF

ENGINEER NORTHERN COMMAND Contractors whose name are on the approved list of any MES formation i.e. other than Chief Engineer Northern Command and who have deposited Standing Security and have executed

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INSTRUCTIONS ON FILLING AND SUBMISSION OF TENDER Standing Security Bond may tender/bid without depositing Earnest Money with the bid and if the Accepting officer decides to accept the tender/bid, such tenderers will be required to lodge Security Deposit as notified by the Accepting officer. The amount is required to be lodged within 30(Thirty) day of the receipt by the contractor of notification of acceptance of tender/bid, failing which the sum shall be recovered from 1st RAR payment or from the final bill (Refer Condition 22 of GCC (IAFW-2249)).

5. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLIANCE

5.1 The bid received only in the electronic form will be considered. All bids shall be submitted on ‘defproc.gov.in’ portal. Documents should be scanned and forwarded in ‘pdf’ form and ‘.xls’ form as indicated. 5.2 Bids shall be uploaded on ‘eprocuremes.gov.in’ portal on or before the bid closing date mentioned in the tender. No tender/bid in any other electronic or physical form like email/fax/by hand/through post will be considered. 5.3 Bid should be DIGITALLY signed using valid DSC. All pages of tender documents, Correction/alterations shall be signed/initialled by the lowest bidder after acceptance. 5.4 Drawings, if issued in physical form, must be returned duly initialled by the tenderer/bidder in separate envelope indicating his name and address. 5.5 The tender shall be signed, dated and witnessed at all places provided for in the documents after acceptance. All corrections shall be initialled. The contractor shall initial every page of tender and shall sign all drawings forming part of the tender. Any tender/bid which proposes alterations to any of the conditions whatsoever, is liable to be rejected. 5.6 In the technical bid , a scanned copy of power of attorney in favour of the person uploading the bid using his/her DSC shall be uploaded. In case the digital signatory himself is the sole proprietor, scanned copy of an affidavit on stamp paper of appropriate value to this effects stating that he has authority to bind the firm in all matters pertaining to contract including the Arbitration Clause shall be attached in ‘ pdf ’ form. In case of partnership concern or a limited company, digital signatory of the bid/tender shall ensure that he is competent to bind the contractor (through partnership deed, general power of attorney or Memorandum and Articles of Association of the Company) in all the matters pertaining to the contract with union of India including arbitration clause. A scanned copy of the documents confirming of such authority shall be attached with the tender/bid in ‘pdf’ form, if not submitting earlier. The person uploading the bid on behalf of another partner(s) or on behalf of a firm or company using his DSC shall upload with the tender/bid a scanned copy (in pdf form) of power of attorney duly executed in his favour by such other or all of the Partner(s) or in accordance with constitution of the company in case of company, stating that he has authority to bind such other person of the firm or the company, as the case may be, in all matters pertaining to the contract including the Arbitration Clause. 5.7 Even in case of Firms or Companies which have already given power of attorney to an individual authorizing him to sign tender in pursuance of which bids are being uploaded by such person as a routine, fresh power of attorney duly executed in his favour stating specifically that the said person has authority to bind such partner of the firm or the company as the case may be, including the condition relating to Arbitration clause, should be uploaded

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INSTRUCTIONS ON FILLING AND SUBMISSION OF TENDER in ‘pdf’ form with the tender/bid; unless such authority has already been given to him by the firm or the company. It shall be ensured that power of attorney shall be executed in accordance with the constitution of the company as laid down in its Memorandum & article of association. 5.8 Hard copies of all above documents should be sent by the contractor to the Tender issuing authority well in advance to be received before the date & time fixed for the same. 5.9

Bid (Cover 1 &2 ) shall be uploaded online well in time.

5.10 The contractor shall employ Indian Nationals after verifying their antecedents and loyalty. Attention is also drawn to special condition 3 referred hereinafter and also condition 24 & 25 of IAFW 2249 (General conditions of contract) 5.11 Tenderers /bidders who upload their priced tenders/bids and are desirous of being present at the time of opening of the tenders/bids, may do so at the appointed time. 5.12 The tenderer/bidder shall quote his rate on the BOQ file only. No alteration to the format will be accepted, else the bid will be disqualified and summarily rejected. 5.13 In case the tenderer/bidder has to revise / modify the rates quoted in the BOQ (excel sheet) he can do so only in the BOQ, through defproc.gov in site only before the bid closing time and date. 6

REVOCATION/REVISION OF OFFER UPWARD/ REDUCTION, AFTER OPENING OF FINANCE BID

OFFERING

VOLUNTARY

In the event of lowest tenderer /bidder revoking his offer or revising his rates upward / offering voluntary reduction, after closing of bid submission date & time, his offer will be treated as revoked and the Earnest Money deposited by him shall be forfeited. In case of MES enlisted Contractor, the amount equal to the Earnest Money stipulated in the Notice of tender, shall be notified to the renderer/bidder for depositing the amount through MRO. Bids of such contractors /bidders shall not be opened till the aforesaid amount equal to the earnest money is deposited by him in Govt. Treasury. In addition, bids of such tenderer /bidder and his related firm shall not be opened in second call or subsequent calls. Reduction offered by the tendered/bidder on the freak high rates referred for review shall not be treated as voluntary reduction. 7

C P M (Critical Path Method) 7.1 The project planning for work covered in the scope of tender is based on CPM. 7.2 The tenderer/bidder is expected to be fully conversant with the CPM technique and employ technical staff who can use the technique in sufficient details. Sufficient books and other literature on the subject are widely available in the market which the tenderer/bidder may make use of.

7.3 The tenderer’s/bidder’s attention is drawn to special condition of the tender regarding preparation of the detailed network analysis and time schedule for the work and his liability for employing sufficient resources to adhere to this schedule. Any inability on the part of the

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INSTRUCTIONS ON FILLING AND SUBMISSION OF TENDER tenderer/bidder in using the technique will be taken as technical inefficiency and will affect his class of enlistment and future prospect/invitation to tenders for future works. 7.4 Department may issue amendments/errata in form of CORRIGENDUM to tender/ revised BOQ to the tender documents. The tenderer/bidder is requested to read the tender documents in conjunction with all the errata/amendments/corrigendum, if any, issued by the department. 8 These instructions shall from part of the contract documents.

Signature of Contractor

For Accepting Officer

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NOTICE INVITING TENDER (NIT) MILITARY ENGINEER SERVICES 1. A tender is invited for the work as mentioned in Appendix ‘A’ to this NOTICE INVITING TENDER (NIT). 2. The work is estimated to cost as indicated in aforesaid Appendix ‘A’. This estimates however not a guarantee is and is merely given as a rough guide and if the work cost more or less, a tenderer/bidder will have no claim on that account. The tender shall be based on as mentioned in aforesaid Appendix ‘A’. 3. The work is to be completed within the period as indicated in aforesaid Appendix ‘A’ in accordance with the phasing, if any, indicated in the tender from the date of handing over of site, which will be on or about two weeks after the date of acceptance of tender. 4. Normally contractors whose names are on the MES approved list for the area in which the work lies, and within whose financial limit the estimated amount would fall, may tender/bid but in case of term contracts, contractors of class SS to E may tender/bid. In case, where the tender amount is in excess of the financial limit of the contractor and the Accepting Officer decides to accept the tender/bid, in which event the tenderer/bidder, would be required to lodge additional security deposit as notified by the Accepting Officer in term of conditions of contract. Contractors whose names are on the MES approved list of any MES formation and who have deposited Standing Security and have executed Standing Security Bond may also tender/bid without depositing Earnest money along with the tender/bid and if the tender/bid submitted by such a tenderer/bidder is accepted, the contractor will be required to lodge with the Controller of Defence Accounts concerned the amount of Individual Security Deposit within thirty days of the receipt by him of notification of acceptance of his tender/bid, failing which this sum will be recovered from 1st RAR payment or from the first final bill. In case of term/running contracts, remaining sum shall be recovered from subsequent bill(s) of the contractor. Not more than one tender/bid shall be submitted/uploaded by one contractor or one firm of contractors. Under no circumstances will a father and his son(s) or other close relations who have business dealing with one another be allowed to tender/bid for the same contract as separate competitors. A breach of this condition will render the tenders/bids of both the parties liable for rejection. 5. The office ofChief Engineer (Air Force) Zone, Military Engineer Services, C/o 39 Wing AF, PIN – 936839 C/o 56 APO will be the Accepting Officer here in after referred to as such for purpose of the contract. 6. The Technical Bid and Financial Bid (cover-1 and cover-2) shall be uploaded by the tenderer/bidder on or before the date & time mentioned in NIT. A scanned copy of DD with enlistment details/documents shall be uploaded as packet 1/cover-1(‘T’ bid) of the tender/bid on e-tendering portal. DD is refundable in case T bid is not accepted resulting in non-opening of ‘Q’ bid. The applicant contractor shall bear the cost of bank charges for procuring and encashing the DD and shall not have any claim from Government whatsoever on this account. 6.1 Tender form and conditions of contract and other necessary documents shall be available on defproc.gov.in site for downloading and shall form part of contract agreement in case the tender/bid is accepted. 6.2 In case of contractor who has not executed the Standing Security Bond, the cover-1 shall be accompanied with by Earnest Money of amount as mentioned the Appendix ‘A’ in the form of deposit of call receipt in favour of concerned GE (See Appendix ‘A’) Contd

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NOTICE INVITING TENDER (NIT) by a scheduled Bank or in receipted treasury challan the amount being credited to the revenue deposit of the concerned GE (See Appendix ‘A’). 6.3 A contractor who is not enlisted for the area in which the work lies but whose name is in the MES approved list of any MES formation and who has deposited standing security and executed standing security bond may bid without depositing earnest money alongwith the tender, but if the Accepting officer accepts the tender/bid, the contractor will be required to lodge with the Controller of Defence Accounts concerned the amount of ‘Individual’ Security Deposit’ within thirty days of the receipt by him of notification of acceptance of his tender/bid, failing which this sum shall be recovered from 1st RAR payment or from final bill. In case of term/running contracts, remaining sum shall be recovered from subsequent bill(s) of the contractor.

6.4 A Contractor who has executed standing security Bond but not corresponding to the appropriate class as mentioned above, shall lodge with the Accepting Officer, Additional Security Deposit as notified by the Accepting Officer within the thirty days of the receipt of his notification of acceptance of his tender/bid, failing which the sum will be recovered from the first RAR payment or from the first final bill. In the case of term /running contracts remaining sum shall be recovered from subsequent bill(s) of the contractor. However, in case where any payment is made to the contractor within thirty days of the receipt by him of notification of acceptance of tender/bid the amount of Additional Security Deposit shall be recovered from such payment.

6.5 The CE will return the Earnest Money wherever applicable to all unsuccessful tenderers/bidders by endorsing an authority on the deposit-at-call receipt for its refund, on production by the tenderer/bidder a certificate of the Accepting officer that a bonafide tender/bid was received and all documents were returned.

6.6 The CE will either return the Earnest Money to the successful tenderer/bidder by endorsing an authority on the deposit-at-call Receipt for its refund on receipt of an appropriate amount of Security Deposit or will retain the same in part or full on account of security deposit if such a transaction is feasible.

6.7 Copies of the drawings and other document pertaining to the work signed for the purpose of identification by the Accepting Officer or his accredited representative, sample of materials and stores to be supplied by the contractor will also be available for inspection by the tenderer/bidder at the office of Accepting Officer and concerned GE during working hours.

7 The tenderers/bidders are advised to visit the site of work by making prior appointment with GE who is also the Executing Agency of the work (see appendix ‘A’). The tenderer/bidders are deemed to have full knowledge of all relevant documents, samples, site etc. whether they have inspected them or not.

8 Any tender/bid which proposes any alteration to any of the conditions laid down or which proposes any other condition or prescription whatsoever, is liable to be rejected contd…

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NOTICE INVITING TENDER (NIT)

9 The uploading of bid implies that bidder has read the notice and the Conditions of Contracts and has made himself aware of the scope and specification of work to be done and the conditions and rates at which stores, tools and plants etc. will be issued to him and local conditions and other factors having bearing on the execution of the work.

10 Tenderers/bidders must be in possession of a copy of the MES Standard Schedule of Rates (See Appendix ‘A’) including amendments and errata thereto. 11 Invitation for e- tender does not constitute any guarantee for validation of ‘T’ bid and subsequent opening of finance bid of any applicant/bidder, even of enlisted contractors of appropriate class, merely by virtue of enclosing DD. Accepting officer reserves the right to reject the ‘T’ bid and not open the finance bid of any applicant/bidder. ‘T’ bid validation shall be decided by the Accepting officer based on, inter alia, capability of the firm as per criteria given in Appx ‘A’ to this NIT. The applicant contractor/bidder will be informed regarding nonvalidation of his ‘T’ bid assigning reasons thereof through the www.defproc.gov.in website. The applicant contractors/bidder if he so desires may appeal to the next higher Engineer authority CHIEF ENGINEER NORTHERN COMMAND on email id [email protected] with copy to the Accepting officer on email before the schedule date of opening of Finance Bid. The decision of the Next Higher Engineer Authority(NHEA) shall be final and binding. The contractor/bidder shall not be entitled of any compensation whatsoever for rejection of his bid

12 The Accepting officer reserves the right to accept a tender submitted by a Public Undertaking, giving a price preference over other Tender(s)/bids which may be lower, as are admissible under the government Policy. No claim for any compensation or otherwise shall be admissible for such tenderer/bidder whose tender/bid is rejected. 13 Accepting Officer does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any tender/bid or to give any reason for not doing so. 14 This Notice Inviting Tender (NIT) including Appendix ‘A’ shall from part of the contract.

Signature of Contractor

For Accepting Officer

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APPENDIX- ‘A’ TO NOTICE INVITING TENDER (NIT) 1

Name of the work

RESURFACING OF RUNWAY AND AIRCRAFT OPERATING SURFACES AT AF STATION JAMMU. Rs. 175.00 crore

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Estimated Cost

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Period of completion

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Cost of tender Document

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Website/Portal address

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Type of contract

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Information & details:Pre-Bid date

21 May 2018

Bid submission start date

11 Jun 2018

Bid submission end date

18 Jun 2018

Date of bid opening of bid (Cover – 1) Eligibility Criteria (A) For MES enlisted contractors

20 Jun 2018

(B) For other Contractors

The firm not enlisted with MES shall satisfy the following :(a) Residual capacity requirement as in Para 8 (C) (a) below. (b) Prequalification criteria as in Para 8 (C) (b) below. (c) They should meet enlistment criteria of SS-class with regard to T&P, Engineering establishment, no recovery outstanding in Any Govt. Department, Police verification/passport etc. Enlistment criteria may be seen in Para 1.4 of section-1 of Part-I of MES Manual on Contracts-2007 (Re-Print 2012) as available in all MES formations. These firms shall also submit copy of police verification from police authority of the area where the registered office of the firm is located / notarized copy of valid passport of proprietor each partner/each Director. Apart from SS-class enlistment criteria, the contractor must

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548 Days. Note:- The work is required to be executed on the fully operational airfield. The runway portion will be available for execution late in the evening and has to be handed over back to Airport Auth in the early morning for flight operations. Rs 3000.00 in the shape of DD/Bankers cheque for any schedule Bank in favour of GE AF Jammu and payable at Jammu www.eprocuremes.gov.in and www.defproc.gov.in The tender shall be based on specifications and drawings (IAFW-1779-A (Revised 1955)) and GCC (IAFW-2249) with list of items of works (Sch ‘A’) to be quoted by the tenderer.

They shall satisfy the following :(a) Residual capacity requirement as in Para 8 (C) (a) below (b) Prequalification criteria as in Para 8 (C) (b) below. (c) They should have enlistment in class SS and enlistment in category a (iii). (d) They should not carry adverse remarks in WLR of competent engineer authority.

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APPENDIX- ‘A’ TO NOTICE INVITING TENDER (NIT) fulfill the following criteria:Average Annual turnover of previous financial year– shall be as per para 8 (c) b (i) here in after. Working capital not less than RS. 15 Crores Solvency -RS. 50 Crores Minimum reserves – RS.10 Crores [Limit of minimum reserves/total of movable or immovable property or fixed assets (in case of companies) (80%of minimum reserves/assets shall be in shape of immovable property)]. (d) They should not carry adverse remarks in WLR/or any other similar report of any authority (e) No joint venture firm shall be permitted for quoting the tender. No subcontracting will be allowed. An undertaking to this effect should be submitted alongwith application. However the firms gained experience of having executed Flexible/rigid runway works under joint venture/consortium can participate but their experience to the extent to their share in the joint venture/Consortium shall be accounted for the purpose of their experience. (C) For all Bidders

(a) Applicants residual capacity as worked out by following formula should be more than estimated cost of work :Residual capacity = (2 x A x N)-B Where A = Maximum turnover in last 5 financial years. N = Period of completion of contracted (Tendered) work (in years calculated till 2 decimal places) B = Value of balance work in all Govt. & Private works (b) Prequalification Criteria (PQC):(i) Average annual financial turnover during the last 3 years, ending 31st March of the previous financial year, should be at least 30% of the estimated cost. (ii) Experience of having successfully completed similar works during last 7 years ending last day of month previous to the one from the date of bid submission reflected on the e-procurement system should be either of the following :(aa) Three satisfactorily completed runway pavement works involving similar pavement in the last seven years each costing not less than the amount equal to 40 % of the estimated cost or each having quantity of runway pavement specific items of works not less than 40% of the estimated quantities of the tender for which PQC is being given Or (ab) Two satisfactorily completed runway pavement works involving similar pavement in the

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APPENDIX- ‘A’ TO NOTICE INVITING TENDER (NIT) last seven years each costing not less than the amount equal to 50 % of the estimated cost or each having quantity of runway pavement specific items of works not less than 50 % of the estimated quantities of the tender for which PQC is being given. Or (ac) One satisfactorily completed runway pavement works involving similar pavement in the last seven years each costing not less than the amount equal to 80 % of the estimated cost or each having quantity of runway pavement specific items of works not less than 80 % of the estimated quantities of the tender for which PQC is being given. Note: - For the purpose of Quantity executed, the total area of flexible/rigid runway, dispersal, link, Taxi Track etc. will be considered. The area of flexible/rigid runway, dispersal, links, Taxi track etc. to be executed in present work is 190000 sqm. (iii) For the purpose of value of completed works, the value of previously completed works be enhanced @ 7.5 % per year to bring them at par with present cost. Note- The ‘Similar’ works mentioned above shall means “Flexible/rigid runway works and runway related works like dispersals , links , Taxi track etc.”, completed as per condition 49 of general conditions of contracts IAFW - 2249 or equivalent condition in other govt. department. iv)

Tools and Plants (T & P) for PQC

aa) The firm must have under its control a minimum specified T & P required for site on the date of submission of bid . To establish this fact, ownership/ MOU documents of the T & P is to be submitted. The list of minimum T & P to be available with the firm (in possession / MOU) at the time of submission of bid is given in Annexure – I. bb) Besides above the firm must have major T&P and same is mandatory for this work. List of major plants and equipment (Minimum essential) required for work is also given in Annexure - II. v) Supervisory staff for execution: -Firm must have skilled, qualified and experienced supervisory staff and be available at site throughout the currency of work and replacement without similar experience shall not be permitted. The work shall not be progressed in case the staff is absent. List of minimum Supervisory staff to be available by the firm is given in Annexure – III. vi) Defect liability period:- Defect liability period shall be 36 Months ( 3 years) as specified and normally from the date of completion certificate of whole work as issued by the GE under the contract. The successful bidders whether

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APPENDIX- ‘A’ TO NOTICE INVITING TENDER (NIT) enlisted or un enlisted contractors, shall deposit BGB/FD with the department for subject work valid for three years post completion date for a face value of 2 % of the contract amount as specified.

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(c) Contractor will not be allowed to execute the work by subletting or through power of attorney holder on his behalf to a third party/another firm except sons / Daughter of proprietor/ partner/ director and firm’s own employees, Project Director, Project manager. This shall be subject to certain conditions which will be prescribed in the NIT forming part of the tender documents. Tender issuing and Accepting Chief Engineer (AF) Udhampur Zone Udhampur officer Executing agency Earnest Money

Garrison Engineer (AF)Jammu Rs 15 lakhs/- in form of DD / Bankers cheque from any Schedule /Nationalized bank in favour of “Garrison Engineer (AF) Jammu” payable at “Jammu”.

Documents to be submitted:-

(a) Contractors enlisted with MES will upload following documents (scanned copy in PDF format) for checking eligibility:(i) Application for the tender on tenderer’s Letter Head. In this, the contractor should explain with calculation details supported with documentary evidence as to how he is qualifying for this tender in terms of conditions given in Para 8 (C)(b)above. Tenderer / bidder to note that if they do not submit their calculation details and /or supporting documents correctly, Deptt will make calculation. If the firm does not qualify as a result of Deptt calculation then bidder only will be responsible for the same. This is notwithstanding the fact that Deptt will check the details and calculations also in respect of the Contractors who have given the calculations. (ii) Enlistment letter. (iii) DD towards cost of tender. (iv) Provident Fund Code Number shall be uploaded by tenderer and tenderer not inpossession of this number shall be disqualified in ‘T’ bid evaluation and his finance bid shall not be opened. Since work falls in J & K, where contractor will provide certificate of EPF code / copy of EPF Registration No in state of J & K or proof of on - line/ off - line application for obtaining of EPF no (temporary) in the State of J & K. (Note: - The contractor / bidder will not be entitled for any payment unless he submits EPF code registered in the state of J & K) (v)

GST registration Number.

(vi) Affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper of Rs.100/- giving details of contracts of offices with whom arbitration invoked during last five years. (vii):-No recovery should be outstanding from any Govt department/Govt under taking / any other organization. Affidavit is required to be submitted by the firm along with application in this regard. Contd..

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APPENDIX- ‘A’ TO NOTICE INVITING TENDER (NIT) (viii) Documents in support of residual capacity and PQC which shall include:(aa) Copy of turnover certificate from CA for last 7 (Seven) years (FY) Notarized copy of relevant pages of balance sheet of those FYs showing the turn over (gross receipts) (ab) List of works in hand for contracts with Government department & private works, completed value thereof and residual work to be completed during completion period of subject work in a selfexplanatory tabular form. This shall be submitted duly signed by proprietor/ all partners / authorized Director of Pvt / Public Ltd firms as applicable. (ac) Copies of completion certificates in three highest valued works (after adjusting the values as per Para 8 (C)(b) (iii)above during last seven years. This will be in tabular form giving name of work, accepting officer’s details, viz, address, telephone, Fax no, E-mail ID etc. date of acceptance of tender and actual date of completion. This shall be duly signed by proprietor/ all partners/ authorized Director of Pvt / Public Ltd firm, as applicable. It should indicate whether extension was granted or compensation was levied. Attested copy of acceptance letter and completion certificate shall be enclosed of each work. In case performance report has been given by the client, same shall also be submitted duly attested. (ad) Affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper of Rs 100/- (minimum) in the form of hard copy declaring their turnover for last 5 (Five) year and value of contracts in hand in Government department & private and details of works completed and residual work to be completed. (ix) Hard copy of all above documents will be submitted within 07 days of the last date& time of opening of ‘T’ bid.

(b)

Bidders not enlisted with MES, will be required to upload the following:-

(i):- Application for the tender on Tenderer’s Letter Head. In this, the contractor should explain with calculation details supported with documentary evidence as to how he is qualifying for this tender in terms of conditions given in Para 8 (A) (a) and 8(A)(b) above. Tenderer / bidder to note that if they do not submit their calculation details and /or supporting documents correctly, Deptt will make calculation. If the firm does not qualify as a result of Deptt calculation, then bidder only will be responsible for the same. This is notwithstanding the fact that Deptt will check the details and calculations also in respect of the contractors who have given the calculations. (ii) :- Necessary documents to prove their eligibility for enlistment in required class & category of work, including Affidavit for no recovery outstanding. List of documents required for enlistment for MES has been given in para 1.5 of section 1 of part I of MES Manual on contracts 2007 (reprint 2012). This will include the following amongst others:(aa) Solvency certificate and working capital certificate issued by scheduled bank. (ab) Affidavits for possession of moveable & immovable properties by proprietor/ partner owing the immovable property along with valuation certificate from Regd valuer in support of moveable & immovable properties. In case of limited company, the immovable property is required to be in the name of the company (iii) :- Scanned Copy of DD toward cost of tender. (iv):- Affidavit on non- judicial stamp paper of Rs.100/- giving details of contracts where arbitration invoked during last five years. Contd..

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APPENDIX- ‘A’ TO NOTICE INVITING TENDER (NIT) (v):No recovery should be outstanding from any Govt department/Govt under taking / any other organization. Affidavit is required to be submitted by the firm along with application in this regard. (vi):- Provident Fund Code Number shall be uploaded by tenderer and tenderer not in possession of this number shall be disqualified in ‘T’ bid evaluation and his finance bid shall not be opened. Since work fallsinthestateof J & K, where contractor will provide certificate of EPF code / copy of EPF Registration No , in the state of J & K or proof of on - line/ off - line application for obtaining of EPF no. (Temporary) in the State of J & K. (Note: - The contractor / bidder will not be entitled for any payment unless he submits EPF code registered in the State of J & K) (vii)Documents in support of residual capacity and PQC which shall include:(aa) Copy of turn over certificate from CA for last 5 (five) years (FY). Notarized copy of relevant pages of balance sheet of those FYs showing the turn over (gross receipts) (ab) List of works in hand for contracts with Government department & private works, completed value thereof and residual work to be completed during completion period of subject work in a selfexplained tabular form. This shall be submitted duly signed by proprietor/ all partners / authorized Director of Pvt / Public Ltd firm as applicable. (ac) Copies of completion certificates of three highest valued works (after adjusting the values as per Para 8 (C) (b) (iii) above during last seven years. This will be in tabular form giving name of work, accepting officer’s details, viz, address, telephone, Fax no, E-mail ID etc. date of acceptance of tender and actual date of completion. This shall be duly signed by proprietor/ all partners/ authorized Director of Pvt / Public Ltd firm, as applicable. It should indicate whether extension was granted or compensation was levied. Attested copy of acceptance letter and completion certificated shall be enclosed of each work. In case performance report has been given by the client, same shall also be submitted duly attested. (ad) Affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper of Rs 100/- (minimum) in the form of hardcopy declaring their turnover for last 7 (Seven) year and value of contracts in hand on Government department & private and details of works complete and residual work to be complete. (viii) Hard copy of all above documents will be submitted within 07 days of the last date & time of opening of ‘T’ bid. (c) Additional points to be noted by the bidders:(i) Applications/bids not accompanied by scanned copies of requisite DD/Banker’s Cheque towards cost of tender and earnest money (as applicable) shall not be considered for validation of ‘T’ bid and their finance bids will not be opened. (ii) Tenderers/ bidders to note that they should ensure that their original DDs and earnest money (as applicable) are received within 07 days of bid submission end date. (iii) In case of application/bids from enlisted contractors of MES, where scanned copies of requisite DD/Bankers cheque towards cost of tender has been uploaded but physically copies are not received by the stipulated date, finance bids will be opened. However non-submission of physical copies of cost of tender shall be considered as willful negligence of the bidder with ulterior motives and such bidder shall be banned from bidding for a period of six months commencing from the date of opening of finance bid. Contd..

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APPENDIX- ‘A’ TO NOTICE INVITING TENDER (NIT) (iv) In case of application/bids from unenlisted Bidders, where scanned copies of requisite DD/Bankers cheque towards cost of tender has been uploaded but physically copies are not received by the stipulated date, finance bids will be opened. Name of such contractor’s alongwith complete address shall be circulated for not opening of their bids for a period of six months commencing from the date of opening of finance bid. (v) In case of applications/bids (enlisted contractor as well as unenlisted bidders) where scanned copies of requisite Earnest money (as applicable) were uploaded but the same are not received in physical form within stipulated time, such bids shall not qualify for opening of finance bid. (d) In case of rejection of technical / prequalification bid, contractor may appeal to next higher engineer authority i.e. Chief Engineer Northern Command on [email protected]/[email protected] against rejection, whose decision shall be final and binding. However contactor/bidder shall not be entitled to any compensation whatsoever for rejection of technical/prequalification bid. (e) Jurisdiction to decide any dispute out of or in respect of the tender after acceptance of tender shall be as per condition 72-jurisdiction of courts of IAFW-2249.

For Accepting officer Dated____________ (Signature of Contractor) File No ______________________ Email id: [email protected] HQ Chief Engineer(AF)Zone Military Engineer Services C/o39Wing,AF PIN-936839 C/O 56 APO

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APPENDIX- ‘A’ TO NOTICE INVITING TENDER (NIT) Annexure-I to Appx “A” (NIT) List of minimum T & P to be available with the Firm (In Possession / MOU at the time of submission of Bid ). TOOL AND PLANTS (T & P) FOR PQC (a)

Computerized batch type hot mix plant 60 to 120 TPH

-01 No

(b) Mechanical paver with electronic sensor for flexible -01No pavement (minimum width 09 meter) (c) Computerized concrete batching plant 60 m3/hr 01 No (d) Pneumatic tyred roller 7.5 to 25 Ton capacity 01 Nos (e) Tandem vibratory roller 8 to 10 Ton capacity 02 Nos (f) Loader / excavator ( 6.5 to 16 Ton) 01 No (g) Air compressors 350 cft 01 No ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Annexure -II to Appx “A” (NIT)LIST OF MAJOR PLANT AND EQUIPMENT (MINIMUM ESSENTIAL) FOR THE WORK (i)

MINIMUM T & P TO BE MOBILISED :-

Srl No

T & P items

1.

Fully automatic, computerized Hot mix plant (Batch mix type) of 02 Nos 120 to 160 TPH capacity including printing facility for information on mix produce.

2.

Mechanical Paver with Electronic Sensor paver finisher (with minimum 9m width) for laying bituminous layer. Computerized Ready Mix Concrete plant of 2x90 Cum/hr with total combination of min 180 Cum/hr (with printing facility for each) with attachment of synthetic fibre dosing plant in 2x90 cum RMC plant.

3.

4.

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Minimum Qty

02Nos.

Vintage (In Year) New (one) 5year (01) 05

02 Nos. 05 (Total combinati on 180 cum / hr Slip form paver with electronic sensor paver finisher (with 01 Nos 05 minimum 8 m wide) of adequate capacity alongwith accessories for texturing, curing compound spray vibrating & tube floating for laying concrete pavement. Computerized WMM Plant of 90 to 120 TPH capacity. 01 No 08 Mechanical Paver with Electronic Sensor paver finisher for laying 01 No 05 WMM/DLC. Tippers for transportation site work (5 to 10 cum capacity) 05 Nos 05 Tipper truck with insulated body for carrying hot mix aggregate 05 Nos 05 (minimum capacity 6 cum) Dumper trucks/Tipper for carrying PQC/DLC (minimum capacity 6 06 Nos 05 cum) Pneumatic tyre rollers (7 to 25 tonnes capacity) 02 Nos 05 Dual mode Tandem vibratory roller (8-10 tonnes in static mode and 06 Nos 08

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APPENDIX- ‘A’ TO NOTICE INVITING TENDER (NIT) 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

19.

20.

21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35.

36.

37.

25 tonne in vibratory mode capacity) Bitumen sprayer 10-12 Ton motorized & mechanized Vibratory type Sand screeners Mechanized runway marking and painting Equipment DG set 25KVA and above for illumination of work site Water bowsers 6000 Litre capacity Power Roller 8 to 12 ton capacity Diamond cutter for joints (Diesel/ electric driven) to cut full depth of PQC with minimum 4 No cutting disk for each machine incl arrangements for suction of slurry created. Insulated bitumen containers of total capacity 300 MT for storage of PMB 40(E) as per IRC SP: 53 2010 near hot mix plants as per capacity recommended by manufacturer. Storage capacity for VG-10 minimum 30MT at site in case bitumen brought at site in bulk.

01 No 02 Nos 01 No 04 Nos 02 Nos 02Nos 04 Nos

05 08 08 05 05 05 08

01 Set

08

01 Set

08

Air compressors 350 cfm 02 Nos Hand held heavy duty needle vibrators (electrically operated/ diesel 06 Nos driven) for PQC/RCC. Surface Vibrators and vibrating screeds. Each 02 Nos Profilometer and Roughometer Each 01 No Core cutting Machine ( 150mm dia bit & 100mm dia bit) 02 No Each Machine for joint filling. 01 No Total station for survey 01 No Laser assisted DME, plumb, Axis indicators 02 Each Field testing equipment to test the ‘k’ value & CBR value 01 No Weighbridge(Dharmkata)capacity 100T 01 No JCB/Excavator 07 No Motor Grader 02 No Lab testing equipment for Site lab (Refer Appendix ‘B’ to special As listed condition) Asphalt zipper Machine of suitable capacity to break the temporary 01 Nos ramps. DG sets for running HMP plants & RMC plants all running at same Number as time on captive power (suitable capacity as recommended by main per manufacturer manufactu rer recommen dations, Bitumen drum decanting unit productivity 11 TPH delivery output 01 No of 60 drums of 185 kg each in 70 minutes in continuous operation with thermal capacity of thermal oil furnace 7.0 lakh kcal/hr. Light Vehicle& motor cycle for executing agency

02+02 No

08 08 05 08 08 08 08 05 08 08 05 05 08 05 05

05

05

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APPENDIX- ‘A’ TO NOTICE INVITING TENDER (NIT)

NOTES:1. Above mentioned list is only minimum requirement. Additional requirement based on volume of rigid / flexible pavement work, time available and scheduling will be planned by the Contractor. Time is the essence of contract and more deployment of required T&P to finish the work in stipulated time remains contractor responsibility. The Contractor is deemed to have worked out his additional T&P requirement accordingly & quoted rates will include these provisions. 2. The lighting arrangements for work site will be checked and assessed by GE in consultation with contractor. The same will be arranged by contractor in advance .The necessary vehicle mounted flood light arrangement will be installed and removed on daily basis when runway is handed over to back to Air force authority. 3.

The following is to be ensured:(a) The plant has fitness certificate from the authorized service center of original manufacture / OEM. (b) The plant has been calibrated by the OEM / authorized services center, as pre recommended periodicity. (c) The original manufacturer’s AMC is current and valid. (d) The operator of plant is certified by OEM. Annexure -III to Appx “A” (NIT) List of minimum staff members available with the firm for work

Ser (i)

Appointment Project Director

Nos 01

Qualification B. Tech(Civil)

Experience 10 Years with Road pavement including minimum3 year of runway pavement execution.

(ii)

Executive Engineer/Assistant Engineer

01

B. Tech(Civil)

05 Years including 02 years of runway pavement execution.

(iii)

Executive Engineer/ 02 Assistant Engineer

B.Tech(Civil)

05 Years including pavement execution.

(iv)

JEs

02

Diploma (Civil 05 Years including 02 years of runway Engineering) pavement execution.

(v)

JEs

02

(vi)

Lab Assistant

02

(vii)

Surveyor

02

Diploma (Civil 05 Years including 02 years of Engineering) pavement execution. Diploma 05 Years including 02 years of pavement work & site lab . Diploma/ITI 05 Years experience in field survey

02

years

of

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In lieu of IAFW-1779 A (REVISED 1955) TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACTS, IAFW- 2249 (1989 Print) MILITARY ENGINEER SERVICES

Email id: [email protected] Tele: 01992-234056 FAX: 01992-234040

85020/CEAFU-31/

Military Engineer Services Headquarters Chief Engineer (AF) Zone C/O 39 Wing, AF PIN-936839 C/O 56 APO

/E8

Apr 2018 e-TENDER

RESURFACING OF RUNWAY AND AIRCRAFT OPERATING SURFACES AT AF STATION JAMMU Dear Sir(s), 1. M/s ________________________________ authorised to tender for the above work.

of

_________________

is/are

hereby

2. The complete tender documents are uploaded on MES portal www.defproc.gov.in . Tender shall be uploaded in two covers viz., Cover-1 and Cover-2. The Cover 1[Technical Bid] and Cover 2 [Finance Bid] will be opened online only as per critical dates given. 3. Any correspondence concerning this tender shall be addressed as indicated at the top of this sheet, quoting the reference as given. THE PRESIDENT OF INDIA DOES NOT BIND HIMSELF TO ACCEPT THE LOWEST TENDER OR ANY OTHERTENDER.

_____________________________________ (SIGNATURE OF THE OFFICER ISSUING THE TENDER DOCUMENTS) APPOINTMENT: DATED______________________ _____________________________ (SIGNATURE OF THE CONTRACTOR) DATED: ______________________

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SCHEDULE- ‘A’ NOTES NAME OF WORK: RESURFACING OF RUNWAY AND AIRCRAFT OPERATING SURFACES AT AF STATION JAMMU 1.0 Work under this contract shall be executed under GE (AF) Jammu. 1.1 (A) Scope of work Scope of work given in Schedule ‘A’ of this contract is divided into Eight Parts as under:(a) Part I :

RUNWAY RESURFACING - (FLEXIBLE OVER FLEXIBLE) / RIGID OVERLAY OVER FLEXIBLE ON ACFT OPERATING SURFACES / NEW REGID PAVMENTS/ NEW/OVERLAYNLB (FLEXIBLE)/NEW NLB(RIGIDS)

(b) Part II :

NEW ROAD / REPAIRS TO ROAD

(c) Part III:

HUME PIPE CULVERT / BOX TYPE CULVERT / FOD TRAP

(d) Part IV :

DTGM BOARDS & MOORING RING

(e) Part V :

RUNWAY LIGHTING / RUNWAY LIGHTING MAFI CONDUIT

(f)Part VI :

BRICK DRAIN / RCC DRAIN

(g) Part VII:

PAINTING TO RUNWAY

(h)Part VIII:

EXCAVATION & EARTH WORK AND COMMON NATURE ITEMS

(B) Period of Completion Entire work covered under this contract shall be completed with in 18 (Eighteen) months from the date of handing over of site as stipulated in work order NO 1 to be placed by GE, in Three Phases along with Scope and sequences as given below. Work of Phase I and phase III shall run concurrently and work of phase II shall commence after completion of phase -I .The work shall be carried out on the fully operational airfield. Accordingly the runway portion shall be made available to the contractor for execution late in evening and contractor will hand over the clear site as directed back to the Airport authoritiy in the early morning for flight operations as specified hereinafter. (a) PHASE I:- Periods of completion – 03 (Three) month. (i) Scope Details: Srl No

Scope Covered

(1)

Mobilisation of Tools & Plant (T&P)

(2)

Erection of T&P (HMP and Concrete Mixing batching Plantetc).

Period of completion from the date of handing over of site as given in WO No 1 03(Three) month

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SCHEDULE- ‘A’ NOTES (Contd) (3)

Establishment of labour camp and stores.

(4)

Bringing of fine & coarse aggregate (15%) to site .

(5)

Establishment of T & P, obtaining permission for quarry from civil authority, acquisition of quarry, Establishment of cone type of crushers after obtaining necessary clearance from, state/forest authority.

(6)

Establishment of MES site office and site lab

(7)

Detailed survey of Runway, link, dispersal and shoulder area and submission of profile correction levels Mix design and job mix formulas from approved institution(s) as specified.

(8)

(9)

(10)

ii)

Preparation & submission of Project Schedule Network using Primavera/ MS Project for approval of GE Road work upto DBM level on the western side of runway for movement of vehicle.

MINIMUM T & P TO BE MOBILISED FOR WORK (Ph-I) :-

Srl No

T & P items

1.

Fully automatic, computerized Hot mix plant (Batch mix type) 02 Nos of 2 x 120 to 160 TPH including printing facility for information on mix produce.

2.

Mechanical Paver with Electronic Sensor paver finisher (with minimum 9m width) for laying bituminous layer. Fully automatic, computerized Ready mix concrete batching plants of 2x90 Cum/hr with printing facility for information on mix produced with attachment of synthetic fibre dosing plant. Slip form paver with electronic sensor paver finisher (with minimum 8 m wide model :Writzen SP 850 or equivalent) of adequate capacity alongwith accessories for texturing, vibrating & tube floating for laying concrete pavement incl curing compound spray attachment. Computerized WMM Plant of 90 to 120 TPH capacity. Mechanical Paver with Electronic Sensor paver finisher for laying WMM/DLC. Fix form paver upto 4.5m width make : Appolo or equivalent Tippers for transportation of aggregates and site work (5 to 10 cum capacity) Tipper truck with covered body for carrying hot mix aggregate (minimum capacity 6 cum)

3.

4.

5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Minimum Qty

02Nos

Vintage (In Year) New (01) 5year (01) 05 (one No new) 05

01 Nos

05

01 No 01 No

08 05

01 No 14 Nos

05 05

05 Nos

05

03 Nos

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SCHEDULE- ‘A’ NOTES (Contd) 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

20.

21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35.

Dumper trucks/Tipper for carrying PQC/DLC (minimum capacity 6 cum) Pneumatic tyre rollers 7 to 25 tonnes capacity Dual mode Tandem vibratory roller (8-10 tonnes in static mode and 25 tonne in vibratory mode capacity) Bitumen sprayer 10-12 Ton motorized & mechanized Vibratory type Sand screeners 30 cum/hr capacity Mechanized runway marking and painting Equipment DG set 25 KVA and above for illumination of work site Water bowsers 6000Litre capacity Power Roller 8 to 12 ton capacity Diamond cutter for joints (Diesel/ electric driven) to cut full depth of PQC with minimum 4 No cutting disk for each machine incl arrangements for suction of slurry created. Insulated bitumen containers of suitable capacity near hot mix plants as per capacity recommended by manufacturer-2 for each plant. (i) Storage capacity for VG-10 minimum 30MT at site in case bitumen brought at site in bulk. (ii) Storage capacity for PMB 40 minimum 100MT with required arrangement as per IRC SP: 53 2010. Air compressors 350 cfm Hand held heavy duty needle vibrations (electrically operated/ diesel driven) for PQC/RCC. Surface Vibrators and vibrating screeds. Profilometer and Roughometer Core cutting Machine ( 150mm dia bit & 100mm dia bit) Machine for joint filling. Total station for survey Laser assisted DME, plumb, Axis indicators Field testing equipment to test the ‘k’ value & CBR value Weighbridge(Dharmkata)capacity100T JCB/Excavator Motor Grader Lab testing equipment for Site lab (Refer Appendix ‘B’ to special condition) Asphalt zipper Machine of suitable capacity to break the temporary ramps. DG sets for running HMP plants & RMC plants all running at same time on captive power (suitable capacity as recommended by main manufacturer

06 Nos

05

02 Nos 06Nos

05 08

01 No 02 Nos 01 No 03 Nos 02 Nos 04 Nos 04 Nos

05 08 08 05 05 05 08

05

08

02 Nos 06 Nos

08 08

Each 02 Nos

05

Each 01 No 02 No 01 No 02 No 02 Each 01 No 01 No 07 No 02 No As listed

08 08 08 08 05 08 08 05 05 08

01 Nos

05

Number as per 05 manufacturer recommendati ons, 36. Bitumen drum decanting unit productivity 11 TPH delivery 01 No 05 output of 60 drums of 185 kg each in 70 minutes in continuous operation with thermal capacity of thermal oil furnace 7.0 lakh kcal/hr. 38. Light vehicle & motorcycle for executing team 02+02Nos 05 39. Vehicle mounted or towed (trolley mounted flood lights As required equipments NOTES 1. Above mentioned list is only minimum requirement. Additional requirement based on

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SCHEDULE- ‘A’ NOTES (Contd) volume of rigid / flexible pavement work, time available and scheduling will be planned by the Contractor. Time is the essence of contract and more deployment of required T&P to finish the work in stipulated time remains contractor responsibility. The Contractor is deemed to have worked out his additional T&P requirement accordingly & quoted rates will include these provisions. 2.

The following is to be ensured:(a) The plant has fitness certificate from the authorized service center of original manufacture / OEM. (b) The plant has been calibrated by the OEM / authorized services center, as pre recommended periodicity. (c) The original manufacturer’s AMC is current and valid. (d) The operator of plant is certified by OEM.

3. Plants and equipment’s as applicable w.r.t. to type of construction (Rigid. / Flexible) shall be deployed by contractor. 4. Contractor shall also arrange for any additional T & P and other Machinery required during execution of work to ensure smooth and quality work completed in time without any extra cost to the Govt. The contractor shall also make suitable arrangement to ensure uninterrupted execution of work in case of failure/break down of any T & P. Further, no T&P will allowed to be removed from site. If in the opinion of GE some major part/assembly of T & P item required to be repaired then the same may be allowed to be taken outside worksite for repairs and T&P put to use within a reasonable time as allowed by GE. All T&P entered in MB in under Phase -I will be allowed to be removed from work site on completion of all phases i.e. Phase –II to Phase – III under subject contract as certified by GE. Further , if in the opinion of the GE a particular T&P item is no longer required after a particular date for execution of the works and the item of work having being completed the same may be released by GE to contractor and note entered in MB accordingly. 5. Mix design and job mix formulas from approved institution(s) i.e. any IIT/SEMT Pune/CRRI New Delhi as specified shall be submitted by the contractor for approval within 90 days of commencement of phase-I work. The cost of testing will be borne by the contractor. Job mix formula/Design mix will be approved by CWE. 6. The equipment required for survey work are brought at site within a week of date of commencement of work. 7. The list of T&P given above is not exhaustive and it shall be endeavor by the contractor to minimize the use of human activity in the execution of the work. 8. T&P mentioned above shall be used optimally during execution. GE reserves the right to stop the work for non-utilization/ availability of above mentioned T&P in the work for any reason what-so-ever. Any part of the work executed manually without approval is liable to be rejected. 9. The contractor is to construct black topped approach roads from HMP/RMC plant to the runway at 36/18 End all as shown in site plan drawing. The specification for these approach roads shall be as per cross section shown in site plan drawing and maintaining road during currency of work. Certain other approach road which contractor needs to be constructed at his own cost and cost of black topped approach roads shall be deemed to be included in the cost quoted by the contractor for various items in Sch ’A’ as a whole. Approach roads will be left for further use by Air Force after completion of work. 10.

Contractor’s vehicles shall be allowed to ply on perimeter /link roads only as marked /

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SCHEDULE- ‘A’ NOTES (Contd) shown on site plan(s) or as directed by Engineer-in-Charge in all phases i.e. Phase I to III. The vehicles form HMP/RMC location carrying HMA/concrete, for runway / link etc will be allowed to ply only on black topped roads or black topped roads made by contractor for approaching the area so that vehicle tyres do not carry any FOD material by plying on base earth, which later can cause damage to Aircraft. On completion of runway work, the contractor will renew the road used (which are not in scope of work but used by contractor for mobility of his vehicle)as above with 30mm premix carpet with sand seal coat, smoothly and without any interruption as directed by the GE and cost of same shall be deemed to be included in the quoted amount of tender by the contractor for various items in Sch ’A’ / BOQ as a whole.

(b)PHASE-II:- Periods of completion – 09 (Nine) month after completion of phase-I above.

( i) Scope Srl No

Scope Covered

(a)

MAFI Ducting work

(b) (c)

Period of completion from the next day of completion of Phase I

Trial bay/length construction and approval Main Runway upto top layer incl shoulder filling, Runway painting and runway protection work after completion on phase –I

09 (Nine) Months after Ph I)

(ii) WORK DETAILS. Main work

SR NO

FACILITY

1

RUNWAY

EXISTING DIMENSIONS (METERS) 2042X45.72

PROPOSED DIMENSION S (METERS) 2042X45.72

EXISTING SURFACE

PROPOSED SURFACE

FLEXIBLE

FLEXIBLE

REMARKS

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SCHEDULE- ‘A’ NOTES (Contd) (c) PHASE- III: Periods of completion – 18 (Eighteen ) month. (i) Scope Ser No.

(d)

Period of completion from the date of handing over of site as given in WO No 1 New link between C & D , Link C, Link E, New dispersal 18 (Eighteen) months between B & C, B link, BC dispersal and SATTA link (site will be handed over on completion of work under Ph III sr no (a) above . New Link A, PSP, J&K link, J&K dispersal and HU dispersal : ( site will be handed over on completion of work under Ph III sr no (b) above. Runway marking/painting.

(e)

All Balance and other miscellaneous works.

(a) (b) c)

Scope Covered in sequence

WORK DETAILS.:

FACILITY

EXISTING DIMENSION S (METERS)

PROPOSED DIMENSIO EXISTING NS SURFACE (METERS)

PROPOSE D SURFACE

ORA RWY 18 END

60X45.72

60X45.72

FLEXIBLE

FLEXIBLE

TURNING PAD 49 X 24 36 END

105 X 45

FLEXIBLE

RIGID

ORP RWY 18 END

103 X17 & 103 X 10

103 X17 & 103 X 10

FLEXIBLE

FLEXIBLE

4

A LINK

-

352 X 23

-

RIGID (NEW)

5

B LINK

158 X 15

158 X 23

FLEXIBLE

RIGID

EXTRA WIDTH NEW RIGID

C LINK

519 X 13.71

519 X 23

FLEXIBLE

RIGID

EXTRA WIDTH NEW RIGID

D LINK

155 X 22.75

-

FLEXIBLE (MAINTAIN ED BY AAI)

RIGID

E LINK

258 X 10.66

258 X 23

FLEXIBLE

RIGID

EXTRA WIDTH NEW RIGID

SATTA LINK

83 X 9

83 X 15

FLEXIBLE

RIGID

EXTRA WIDTH NEW RIGID

PSP LINK

210 X 15

210 X 23

FLEXIBLE

RIGID

EXTRA WIDTH NEW RIGID

SR NO

1

2

3

6

7

8 9 10

REMARKS

EXTRA AREA NEW RIGID

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HU DISPERSAL

142 X 90 =12780 64.30X19= 1221.70 14001.70SQM

142 X 90 =12780 64.30X19= 1221.70 14001.70SQ M

FLEXIBLE

RIGID

J&K HANGAR DISPERSAL

50 X 50 = 2500SQM

2500 SQM

FLEXIBLE

RIGID

13

NEW LINK CONNET C TO D

-

400x23

-

RIGID

14

LINK BETWEEN TRAINING HELIPAD RUNWAY

40 x 15

-

RIGID

15

J & K LINK

352 X 15

352 X 15

FLEXIBLE

RIGID

16

BC INTERSECTIO N

65 X 61 = 3965

65 X 61 =3965 SQM

FLEXIBLE

RIGID

NEW DISPERSAL

-

328X53.25= 17466SQM

-

RIGID

11

12

17

1.1.2 Contractor shall provide obstruction free runway at the end of working day including runway painting for flying purpose. For this necessary T&P for cleaning purpose so that no damage due to foreign object damage (FOD) to aircraft can take place, shall be provided by contractor as directed by GE. 1.1.3As the over lay layer are built on the runway by the contractor, the runway edges will be raised with ref to the existing shoulders. The contractor shall be required to perform work of earth filling and compaction in shoulder not exceeding 15 cm thickness in a continuous manner for desired profile and gradient for the shoulders not exceed 2.5% or as directed. 1.1.4 Handing over of Sites:-Aircraft operating surfacei.e. main runway,will be handed over to the contractor to perform construction activity daily at 1530/1600hrs and taken back for flying operations daily from contractor at 0600 hrs. Contractor shall finish laying of bituminous layer by 0200 hrs then cold rolling shall continue upto 0600 hrs. The contractor’s quoted rate will include for cleaning runway surface by deploying runway sweepers & manual labouron daily basis incl providing ramping (1:100) at the end of day of work for smooth movement of aircraft. 1.1.5 Preparatory works, testing and collection of materials, mobilization and erection of machinery, mix designs, joint survey and all such preliminary works and site clearance after completion shall be deemed to be included in the period of completion stated above.

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SCHEDULE- ‘A’ NOTES (Contd) 1.1.6 Reserve Storage of critical material:(i) Storage for VG-10, VG-30 & PMB 40(E) will be ensured for minimum 07 days working. (ii) PMB 40 storage at site will be in insulated bitumen tanks. However, the arrangement for heating and agitating/effective circulation facilities for ensuring homogeneity as per IRC SP 053 guideline will be complied. The transportation, transit, storage of modified bitumen shall be as per provision in IRC SP 053. (iii) Storage for cement will be ensured for 10 days or as directed by the GE.

1.2

PENALTY FOR DELAY (a) FOR PHASE-I

Compensation for delay in completion of work in r/o Phase-I:The T&P/ Equipment’s specified in phase-I must be placed at site during mobilization period of three months as specified here in before under Phase-I . Any delay in bringing the T&P and other work catered in phase-I shall be liable to pay compensation @ 1% of per week of Rs.20 crore subject to maximum of 10 % of cost Rs 20 Crore and condition 50 of IAFW-2249 shall deem to be amended accordingly. (b) FOR PHASE II AND PHASE III Compensation for non-completion of particular of work made II & III, shall be levied as per condition 50 of IAFW-2249 (General Conditions of the contracts). 1.3 The materials and T&P collected shall be entered in the MB as “Not to be abstracted” and shall be signed by both the parties. 1.4 CONSTRUCTION SEQUENCE 1.4.1 Construction Sequence for Overlay over Existing Flexible Runway will be as under:(a)

In First Stage of Construction:- Correction layer and DAC layers except top two DAC layer. (i) Contractor will always start the work of each layer from 36 END alongwith shoulder work. After completion of each layer only, the work on the subsequent layer will start. (ii) The contractor shall construct a temporary ramp with a slope of 1:100 at the end of day construction as the work progresses from correction layer to DAC layer. This temporary ramp shall be dismantled/demolished by providing a vertical cut at face of temporary ramp by using diamond cutter and removing the ramp material by using zipper & JCB suitably. The demolished material shall be disposed of suitably as directed by Engr-in-charge. (b) In Second Stage of Construction(Top two DAC layers): -Contractor shall undertake laying of DAC wearing course layer in central portion of 27m width of runway in continuous length without interrupting to flying operation. No flying activity will take place on runway& shall be made available for continuous & uninterrupted work for 10-12 days. Remaining 9m strip on east &West edge of runway will be laid subsequently.

Note:- Use of any type of machinery or equipment which required necessary as per site condition other than listed in the contract and as directed to carry out the work will be provided by the contractor without any extra cost to the Govt.

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SCHEDULE- ‘A’ NOTES (Contd) 1.4.2 Entire construction operation & sequence of construction activities shall be got approved from GE. 1.5 Supervisory staff for execution:Contractor shall employ Skilled, qualified and experience supervisory staff and they should be available at site throughout the currency of work and replacement without similar experience shall not be permitted. Work should not be progressed in case the staff as given below is absent. Hence following staff must be made available by the contractor:Ser

Appointment

Nos

Qualification

Experience

(1)

Project Director

01

B. Tech(Civil)

(2)

B. Tech(Civil)

(4)

Executive 01 Engineer/Assistant Engineer Executive Engineer/ 02 Assistant Engineer JEs 02

10Years with Road pavement including minimum 03 year of runway pavement execution and having knowledge of primavera/MS project software. 05 Years including 02 years of runway pavement execution.

(5)

JEs

02

(6)

Lab Assistant

02

(7)

Surveyor

02

(3)

1.6

B.Tech (Civil)

05 Years including 02 years of pavement execution. Diploma (Civil 05 Years including 02 years of Engineering) runway pavement execution. Diploma (Civil 05 Years including 02 years of Engineering) pavement execution. Diploma 05 Years including 02 years of pavement execution & site lab. Diploma/ITI 05 Years experience in field survey

GENERAL NOTES

1.6.1. (a) The quantities shown in BOQ are approximate and are inserted for guidance only. These shall, however not be varied beyond the limits laid down in condition 7 of IAFW-2249, General Conditions of Contracts, forming part of this contract. The contractor shall calculate his own details and insert unit rates in the BOQ. ( b) All excavation & earth work and common nature of items as required under Sch ‘A’ Part I to VII shall be measured and paid separately under Sch ‘A’ Part VIII. (c) Description of items given in various items of Schedule ‘A’ is brief. Unit rates shall be deemed to allow for provision of materials, labour, process, operations, all special requirements and tests etc. detailed in the tender documents and shall be amplified and read in conjunction with special conditions, particular specification or material and workmanship and conditions in relevant trade specification of MES standard Schedule of rates Part I & II and working conditions, contract drawings and other documents forming part of the contract documents. (d) Unit rate quoted by the contractor against various items of Schedule ’A’ shall , interlia be deemed to include for any minor details of construction which are obviously and fairly intended and may not have been specifically include in the tender documents but which are essential for execution and completion of works. In case of difference of opinion between the contractor and the GE as to whether or not, any item of work constitutes minor details the decision of Accepting Officer shall be final conclusive and binding .

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SCHEDULE- ‘A’ NOTES (Contd) (e) Method of management of all works shall be as given in MES Schedule , unless otherwise specified in these documents. 1.6.2. It is made clear that Contractor’s quoted rates are deemed to include for cost of material for testing, all field apparatus required for sampling and testing as per MES Schedule/IS,IRC codes/MORT specification for Road and Bridge Works(fifth Revision)(popularly known as ORANGE Book)specifications and manpower incidental to such testing will be provided alongwith necessary transport arrangement to and from the approved testing agency or laboratory by the contractor during the construction phase of the work and defects liability period. Field laboratory with all the required apparatus as listed in Particular Specifications specified here-in-after along with trained man power for conducting tests and requisite furniture, computer with connected equipment shall be established by the contractor at site of work at his cost for carrying out field test at stipulated frequency. Any test which is required to be carried out as per MES Schedule/IS code/MORTH (popularly known as ORANGE Book) specifications, but cannot be performed at field laboratory established by the contractor, all such tests shall be carried out by the Contractor at laboratory approved by GE and cost of such tests shall be borne by the contractor and their quoted rates shall be deemed to include for the same. All such tests shall be carried out by qualified lab technicians employed by the Contractor in the presence of Engr-in-charge or his representative and a third parties appointed by Accepting Officer, who shall directly report to him on quality control issues/ matters. Whereeverin CA MORT&H(popularly known as ORANGE Book) /MORTH/MORT&H etc. referred that shall mean ‘Ministry of Road Transport & Highways specification for Road and Bridge Works (fifth Revision ) Published by IRC New Delhi. 1.6.3. Testing charge: Irrespective of whatsoever specified or mentioned elsewhere in contract documents, the testing charges, cost of material, transportation charges and labour charges etc. are inclusive in rate quoted by the contractor in respect of items of Schedule-A nothing shall be paid extra on this account. 1.6.4. Unless otherwise specifically directed or indicated, work shall be carried out all the days except on National holidays. 1.6.5. Where consolidation or rolling is specified in the description of items under column -2 of BOQ, the “Unit” of measurement given under column4, shall be deemed to be for the compacted/consolidated quantities of work done. The quantities given under column-3 of BOQ against these items are in solid contents i.e. after compaction/consolidation. 1.6.6 All items of Sch ‘A’ Part-I are for materials and labour/supplying & fixing, testing &commissioning unless otherwise specifically indicated in particular items of Sch ‘Á’ as supply only/ fixing only/laying only in the description of particular item under column-2 of Sch-‘A’. Accordingly the unit rate(s) quoted by the contractor in BOQ for Sch ‘A’ item shall deem to include all these factors including T & P, equipment& machinery required for the particular items of work and nothing extra shall be admissible on this account. 1.6.7. In the absence of any definite provision in the specifications contained here-in, reference shall be followed in the following order of preference :(i) MORTH (Ministry of Road Transport and Highways) (Govt of India). (ii) IRC (Indian Road Congress). (iii) ICAO specification and IS codes. (iv) MES Schedule of Rates Part-I. (v) CPWD Specification.

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SCHEDULE- ‘A’ NOTES (Contd) Wherever, these are silent, the construction and completion of works shall conform to sound engineering practice and in case of any dispute arising out of the interpretation of the above, the decision of the Accepting Officer shall be final and binding on the Contractor. 1.6.8. Tenderer shall note that No foreign exchange or import license facility will be arranged by the department for any material included in the subject tender and contractor shall make his own arrangement for the same. 1.6.9 Before issue of completion certificate and final taking over of the work the checking of undulations by roughometer of the Runway etc. shall be done in the presence of GE and authorized representative of contractor. All the test results shall be duly signed by all concern and copy be kept in record. If any portion of the work is found to be unacceptable based on the above tests, the same shall be done/re-laid by contractor without any extra costto the Govt. GE’s decision with regard to method and manner of relaying or rectifying the undulations shall be final land binding.

1.6.10 The locations (s) of hot mix plant (s), concrete batching plant(s), site office, site lab, aggregate stock yardetc.shall be as shown onsite plan and as directed by the GE. The location for these plants may be changed within the limits of layout plan and the Contractor shall have no extra claims on this account. 1.6.11 Runway lights shall remain functional during the period of repairs, as flying operations will continue to take place. However any physical damage to existing lighting cables LT/HTetc.and runway lights while executing work at site, shall be made good by the contractor without any extra cost to the Govtwithin 01 hrs from detection of the fault. 2. The following abbreviations wherever occurs in tender documents shall have the meaning as indicated against each :(a) RM, M, m Running Metre (b) CM, cm Centimetre (c) MM, mm Milimetre (d) CUM, Cum, cuM Cubic Metre (e) SQM, Sqm Square Metre (f) M/L, M & L Material &Labour (g) S/F, S&F Supplying and fixing (h) C/O, CO Carried over (j) B/F, BF Brought forward (k) Kg/Pbw Kilogram/ Part by Weight (l) xSqm/ X Sqm 10 Sqm (m) x RM/ X RM Ten Running Metre (n) N.B. Nominal Bore (o) Drg/Drgs/drg/drgs Drawing/Drawings/drawing/ drawings (p) Cucm/CUCM Cubic Centimetre (q) PQC/DLC Pavement quality concrete/Dry lean concrete (r) GSB/WMM Granular sub base/Wet mix macadam (s) DBM/DAC Dense Bitumen macadam/Dense asphaltic concrete (t) ≯ not more than (u) AF Air Force (v) rw, RW Runway (w) MDD Max Dry Density (x) LT Low Tension (y) HT High Tension

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MoD T &P NLB

– -

Ministry of Defence Tools and Plants Non Load Bearing

3. The coarse aggregates to be incorporated in the work shall be of type as indicated in tender document, in absence of any details it shall be as per code mentioned hereunder:(i)

For Two layer of Runway (DAC-II) - Crushed stone aggregate conforming to MORTH/IRCs/IS-383 and the quality of stone used shall from Granite trap basalt rocks.

(ii)

For PQC/DAC-I/DLC/RCC/PCC/GSB/DBM/WMM/ROAD WORK – Crushed stone aggregate conforming to the requirements as specified in CA.

(iii)

The contractor shall acquire& operate quarry outside MOD land under his own arrangement and liaise with civil authority for obtaining all necessary license/clearance for mining& environment etc. under his own arrangement for continuous and complete procurement of aggregates. The Contractor will use the cone crushers only for preparing the aggregates.

(iv)

The Contractor is also permitted to obtain the aggregates from the existing quarries producing the aggregates subject to approval of aggregates by the GE. The contractor will ensure that the quarry uses the cone stone crusher. The stone aggregates produced from the crusher other than the cone crusher, will not be permitted to be incorporated in the works. The testing charges for the aggregates will be borne by the contractor. The contractor shall ensure that sufficient quantity of aggregates is available from the single/ same source to complete the whole work. However, if the material is to be brought from other quarries also, the testing and mix design will be carried out separately. andmaterial will also be stacked separately.

4. SURVEY OF MAIN RUNWAY :Prior to commencement of overlay work, proper and accurate survey of existing surface of the runway, taxi link and dispersal along with shoulder area upto 150 feet both side will be carried out jointly by the contractor and MES executive in the Grid 2.0 m x 3 m(on runway, link & dispersal) and Grid of 5m x 5 mfor shoulder area to record the existing levels with the help of Total Station and joints in rigid pavement.Contractor will also identify and record the cracks and other defects and deteriorated/loose pockets on the runway. All the levels so taken shall be fed into the computer on MS Excel sheet.TheL-Section and cross section will be got drawn by the contractor and signed jointly by the contractor, GE and CWE. Contractor using suitable software/Excel sheet shall submit initial and proposed correction layer levels to the GE for his approval. Contractor’s quoted rate shall be deemed to include for these provisions and nothing extra shall be payable on this accounts. 5.Entry to Work Site :The Contractor shall keep his labour outside AF area. Contractor shall be responsible to obtain security passes for all such labour from AF Security Wing for which Police verification, ID proof photocopies etc. shall be arranged by the Contractor as per prevailing security rules. T&P area shall be fenced and gates shall be provided from security considerations by the Contractor to the satisfaction of GE without any extra cost to the Govt. The contractor shall deploy trained/experienced security guards at gates of fenced labour camps and T&P area and these security guards will regulate movement of labour and ensure discipline in the labour camp and T&P area. Security personnel will maintain liaison with AF Authorities and will assist them in movement of labour, materials, T&P, vehicle etc. at the security gates for details refer Special Condition here in after.

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6.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

6.1. Out of team of engineer employed by the contractor, at least two engineers shall be qualified &experienced in use of Primavera/ MS Project for project management in addition to CPM network. 6.2.

Details in the Project Schedule Network shall include:-

(a) All activities in detail work break down structure (WBS) for each activity with assigned T&P labour and duration with facility to follow progress. (b) Material Procurement planning and utilization (qty and time of availability) details to ensure actual availability prior to the commencement of the activity/task. (c) Plant deployment details (activity wise). (d) Activity VsLabour employment details. 6.3. Dated Project Time Schedule will be jointly prepared by the contractor and Garrison Engineer using MS Project/Primavera within two weeks of acceptance of the contract and shall be kept on record of Garrison Engineer for further reference. 6.4. The Project Time Schedule shall be updated daily with all necessary details and the “Work done Report” will be signed by the contractor and included as part of the “Works Diary” by the JE and checked by the Engineer-in-Charge. A weekly review of the work progress shall be done between Engineer-in-Charge and the contractor to monitor the progress made during the week vis-à-vis total progress. The weekly report shall also include forecast of resources to include plant, stores, labour, etc. for the next week. A detailed monthly report will be prepared and submitted to the GE by the contractor and review done jointly to examine increasing in resources to ensure completion with in the laid down time period. The detailed monthly progress report shall be presented and discussed by Project Manager of Contractor along with GE and rep of CWE with Accepting Officer (Rep detailed by Accepting Officer) at Chief Engineer (AF) Udhampur office every month and if work is lagging behind then either proprietor/Partner/Director of the firm or one senior management member shall be present in the meeting. 7. All RAR’s submitted by the contractor will be accompanied with the “Weekly review of work progress report” as mentioned in para6.4 above for the intervening period between last RAR paid and the present RAR being paid. 8. Security/ Restricted Area: The contractor, his agents, work people etc. shall adhere to the security instructions as laid down in the Contract Conditions strictly. No claim whatsoever for observance of restrictions imposed at site shall be admissible at any stage. 9. Bitumen and Cement contents. 9.1

(a) The rates quoted in respect of following items shall be deemed to be based on the binder content as indicated against them :Item (i)

Binder content

Dense Bituminous macadam (DBM)-As per schedule ‘A’ (VG-30)

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Dense Asphaltic Concrete (DAC)

-As per schedule ‘A’ (PMB as specified)

Note:- Binder content indicated above are for minimum binder content. However, if binder content works out higher than as stated above during actual Job mix formula, the contractor shall provide higher binder content without any extra cost to Govt. If binder content works out lower than as stated above, during actual Job mix formula, the contractor shall provide minimum binder content as stated above without any extra cost to Govt. (a)

9.1

(b)

The contractor shall quote rates keeping in view above aspects and no extra claim whatsoever on this account shall be admissible on this account.

MINIMUM CEMENT CONTENT:-

(i) PQC Work: Rates quoted by the contractor for controlled (quality) concrete Pavement Quality Concrete (PQC) of minimum flexural strength of 45 Kg per Sq cm shall be deemed to include 400 Kg cement per cubic meter. However, if cement content works out higher than as stated above during actual design mix, the contractor shall provide higher cement content without any extra cost to Govt. If cement content works out lower than as stated above 400 kg/cum, during actual design mix, the contractor shall provide minimum cement content (400 Kg/cum) as stated above without any extra cost to Govt. (ii) DLC Work :Rates quoted by the contractor for Dry Lean Concrete(DLC) shall be deemed to include 220 Kg of cement per cubic meter. However, if cement content works out higher than as stated above during actual design mix, the contractor shall provide higher cement content without any extra cost to Govt. If cement content works out lower than as stated above, during actual design mix, the contractor shall provide minimum cement content (220 Kg/cum) as stated above without any extra cost to Govt. (iii) The contractor shall quote their rates accordingly keeping in view above aspects and no extra claim whatsoever on this account shall be admissible. 10 DG set of requisite capacity & suitable Nos. shall be provided for running of plant & equipment, site office, adequate lights at the work site, labour camps, stores, labs etc. to allow for un-interrupted work. Adequate facility for mobile lighting shall be provided by the contractor. The cost of same shall be deemed to be included in quoted amount. 11. The contractor shall keep site in clean condition. No debris or other waste materials shall be allowed lying at various places. Site cleanliness shall be regular process throughout execution of work. 12.. All materials (including cement, sand & aggregate), T&P etc. shall be thoroughly checked at entry gate and Bomb disposal squad has to clear every vehicle, T&P etc. before entry to main cantonment. Cement in vehicles shall be stacked in two rows for easy checking by security agencies. The contractor shall bear all the additional overhead costs on this account and nothing extra shall be paid on this account. 13.. Indian standard codes and other Specifications wherever mentioned in the tender documents shall be deemed to be inclusive of all amendments upto and including last due date of receipt of tender.

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SCHEDULE- ‘A’ NOTES (Contd) 14.. The contractor shall use be stone for crushing of aggregate from quarry acquired by him and installcone type crushing plant 2 Nos. of min capacity of 100cum/hr for subsequent crushing of aggregate of required sizes. Also the contractor is permitted to procure crushed aggregate from quarries who are using the cone crusher with VSI facility for crushing the aggregates. 15.. The cost of trial bays, trial slabs for Rigid pavements and Flexible pavements including trial of DLC, DBM,DAC, WMM and GSB layer at a distance from runway is also included in rates quoted by the contractor against respective items of Schedule A and nothing extra shall be paid on this account. 16. If desired by the contractor, the Sand manufacturing unit containing required sieves and washing facility may be installed by contractor at the crusher location so as to manufacture quantity and quality of sand required for all type of work under this contract. The required quality & quantity of manufactured sand will be allowed to achieve the design mix criteria without any price adjustment.

17. ADVANCE ON ACCOUNT: - The contractor may at an interval of not less than 15 days to the GE can submit claim onIAFW-2263 and condition 64 of IAFW 2249 General Condition of Contracts shall deem to amended accordingly .

19. PMG/RRMT:- Tenderer shall extend all facilities to project monitoring group/ RRMT as constituted by concerned Air Force authorities to inspect, monitor and verify any item of work or material at no extra cost to the Government. 19. Quality Control plan:- The contractor will submit quality control plan in 15 days advance from the date of commencement of work all as per Appendix ‘D’. 20. 10 YEAR PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE CERTIFICATE &SECURITY DEPOSIT TOWARDS JOINT FILLING/ SEALANT WORK UNDER THECONTRACT (Refer item 1.08 to 1.10 & 1.23 , 1.24 & 1.28 of BOQ):(i) The defect liability period for joint filling/sealant work under the contract shall be 10 years and the contractor shall be responsible for performance of the entire joint filling/sealant work under the contract for a period of 10 years from the date of completion of work for which contactor shall furnished 10 years performance certificate guarantee certificate to the GE from the specialist firm/ manufacture engaged by him for the purpose. (ii) A sum, equal to 10 % of the amount of joint filling/ sealant work as per contract rates under the CA for respective item in BOQ shall be retained out of contractor's final bill as security deposit for the guarantee period of ten years from the date of completion of entire work and same shall be refunded to him after expiry of ten years period. Alternatively contractor may give separate interest bearing deposit to GE valid for ten years for the sum mentioned above. (iii) The contractor shall also provide a plaster plate of requisite size in situation as decided by Engineer-in-Charge. The plate shall be 10 mm thick in cement mortal 1:4 indicating the CA No, Name of the contractor, the date of completion of the work and the probable date of expiry of 10 years guarantee for joint filling/sealant work as carried out under the contract by engraving and painting (Black). Rate quoted by the contractor shall deem to include the cost for the same and nothing extra shall be admissible on this account. (iv) Should the GE at any time during the construction or prior to the expiry of said guarantee period of 10 years, finds defect(s) in joint filling/sealant work , the contractor shall on demand in

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SCHEDULE- ‘A’ NOTES (Contd) writing from the GE specifying the Area/portion complained of not with standing that the same may have been inadvertently passed, certified and paid for forthwith, undertake to carryout such which may be necessary to render the Runway/ pavement free from defect work, at his own expense till expiry of the guarantee period of ten years (v) In the event of contractor’s failure to comply with the GE’s direction within the stipulated period, the work shall be carried out at the risk and cost of the contractor. The liability of the contractor under this condition shall not however extend beyond the period of ten years as elaborated in para here in before unless the notice was served on the contractor previously to rectify such defects. (vi) Security Deposit/Bank Guarantee shall be released to the contractor after expiry of the period of ten years from the certified date of completion by the GE provided that the contractor shall first have been paid the final bill and have rendered a No Demand Certificate on IAFW -451. 21. Design Detail:- Design drg detail in respect of work sites are given in List of Drgs for guidance only. 22.

MAKE OF ITEMS:(a)

In case makes are mentioned in Sch ‘A’, the same shall be followed.

(b) If Sch ‘A’ items do not indicates makes, the makes to be incorporated in the work shall be from those listed in “Appendix F” to particular Specifications except where makes are items given in groups it shall be followed Category group-I make for this work. Selection shall be at the option of contractor from the given list. In case manufacture of the item makes ISI and non ISI marked items, then ISI marked item shall only be used. Contractor shall note that even if any makes are given in particular specification, they shall stand superseded and only the makes given in Appendix-‘F’ shall be applicable for all purpose. (c) Materials/items for which no make have been specified, shall be ISI marked. Contractor will download list of BIS marked manufacture from BIS sitewww.bis.org.in and submit name of manufacture meeting the contract specifications criteria and hand over the report with a request letter to Engineer-in-Charge with his signature for approval of makes. The material shall only be procured by contractor after approval of makes by GE. In case ISI marked material/items are not manufactured then same shall confirm to relevant IS amended upto date. (d) For material/item not covered in Para (a) to (c) above, the same shall be of best quality available in market and as approved by GE. (e) Contractor will intimate in writing to GE the name of make of material, brand, model No/Cat Part No etc, which he intends to procure. GE will approve the same within 07 days of receipt of such request after due verification of documents supplied by contractor with his request letter. (f) Production of purchase voucher and test certificate of main producers mentioned in particular specification are mandatory for all consignment of bitumen, cement and reinforcement steel supplied by the contractor before making any payment and incorporation in work. In case of structural steel, production of purchases vouchers as mentioned in particular specifications are mandatory before any payment and incorporation in work.

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SCHEDULE- ‘A’ NOTES (Contd) 23. Taxes/levies on work and contracts The rate quoted by the tenderer in BOQ shall be deemed to be inclusive of all type of taxes/cesses/levies including GST (Goods and Services Tax), toll tax as applicable in the state of J&K as per GST legislation, labour welfare cess/tax etc. as per prevailing taxes and payable under respective statutes in J&K on the date of submission of tender (i.e. bid submission end date). The tenderer is advised to ascertain the rate of all these taxes as applicable in the state of J&K and quote their rates accordingly considering the financial implication involved due to above. No claim on account of any misunderstanding on thisissue shall be entertained at a later date.

24. Special condition 33 for REIMBURSEMENT/REFUND ON VARIATION IN “TAXES DIRECTLY RELATED TO CONTRACT VALUE)”indicated various type of taxes directly related to contract value. Consequent upon new goods and service tax legislation has come into effect in J&K state on 08 Jul 2017, certain taxes as indicated in said special condition 33 are subsumed and replaced with new GST legislation in J&K. Thus the different type of taxes as mentioned in special condition 33 shall be deemed to be amended accordingly by replacing the same with new GST legislation in J&K issued vide circular by Govt of J&K Finance Department, Civil Secretariat, Srinagar letter No ET/ESTT/119/GST-SRO/2017 dated 21 Jul 2017. Therefore, the Tenderer is advised to go through the said provision and quote their rates in BOQ accordingly. No claim on account of any misunderstanding shall be entertained at the later date. It may also be noted that any tenderer imposing any condition in this regard or any other account shall be treated as conditional tender and same shall be liable to be rejected. 25. Defect Liability Period and guarantee amount:- Defect & Maintenance liability period shall be followed as specified in special condition 42. However the successful bidders whether enlisted or un enlisted shall deposit BGB/FD with the GE for the amount of 2 % of contract value duly valid for 3 Years from the date of last phase of work completed towards guarantee for rectification of defects during defect liability period. And in case the contractor fails to rectify the defects, GE can take appropriate action to rectify the defects on risk & cost of the contractor. However if no defect will be noticed , the BGB/FD as deposited by the contractor shall be released/refunded to the Contractors after expiry of three years defect liability period accordingly after furnishing NO demand certificate on IAFW 451 as directed by the GE. 26. Pricing of new item through deviation order. In case of any item(s) of work which are not included in schedule ‘A/BOQ’ but the same are essentially required for execution of work (as approved by the Accepting Officer) shall be regularized through deviation order and same shall be priced on relevant rate of SSR Part-II 2010 and adjusted through uniform percentage of Plus 30% (Thirty Percent) applied as contractor’s percentage. The rates which are not available in SSR Part-II 2010, the same shall be regularized as per condition 62 (G) of IAFW-2249 (General Conditions of Contracts). 27. TRIAL LENGTH/BAY: - The trial length shall be constructed at least 14 days in advance of the proposed date of commencement of work. At least 30 days prior to the construction of the trial length, the contractor shall submit for the Garrison Engineer’s approval a detailed method statement giving description of the proposed material, plant, tipper, etc, proposed in the construction are to be approved by the engineer before their procurement. The trial length should be constructed away from carriage way. The Engineer- in Charge shall also approve the location and length of trial construction which shall be minimum of 60m length and for full paver width of the paver. The trial length shall contain the construction of at least one transverse construction joint involving hardened concrete (PQC) and freshly laid sub base GSB + WMM and DLC as per approved design . The construction of trial length will be repeated till the contractor proves his ability to satisfactory construct the pavement in subsequent trials. The hardened concrete shall be cut over 3m width and reversed to inspect the bottom surface for any segregation taking place. The length shall be

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Item PQC

Trail length 8 m x 60 m

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

DLC WMM GSB DBM DAC GD 1 DAC Gd II

9 m x 65 m 10 m x 70 m 10 m x 75 m 9 m x 70 m 9 m x 65 m 8 m x 60 m

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PART-I to

2

3

4

5

Amount in (`)

Remarks

1

Rate per unit in No of units figures and words required in (`)

Period of completion

Brief description of items of Building work

Drawing No

Srl No

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8

6

Refer BOQ

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Schedule –‘B’ ISSUE OF MATERIALS TO CONTRACTOR (SEE CONDITION 10 OF IAFW-2249) Description of items

1 1.

2 HT CCR cable of 3 kv grade

Rates at which material etc., will be issued to the contractor Unit Rate (Rs) 3 4 RM Free for laying

Place of issue by name

Remarks

Srl No

5

6 cable will Refer be issued sch ‘B’ after notes obtaining from air force authority

Notes: 1. This schedule comprises of 01 (one) item only 2. Materials listed in Sch ‘B’ will be issued to the contractor solely for the purpose of incorporation in the work. 3. It will be the responsibility of the contractor to submit in writing his demand for stores at least seven days in advance of his due requirement. 4. Non return of over issued stores/Loss or damages:- Refer condition 10 (B) of IFAW-2249.

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SCHEDULE ‘C’ LIST OF TOOLS AND PLANT (OTHER THAN TRANSPORT) WHICH WILL BE HIRED TO THE CONTRACTOR (See Condition 15, 34 and 35 of IAFW-2249) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------

_____________________NIL_________________

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SCHEDULE ‘D’ TRANSPORT TO BE HIRED TO THE CONTRACTOR (See Condition 16 and 36 of IAFW-2249) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------______________________NIL_________________

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TENDER To, The President of India Having examined and perused the following documents: 1. Specifications signed by AAD (C) / AD (C) / Jt Dir (C) / Dir (C) . 2. Schedule ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’ And ‘D’ attached hereto. 3. MES Standard Schedule of Rates 2009 Part-I for specifications with Errata/Amendments No. 1 to 3 and MES Standard Schedule of Rates 2010 Part-II for rates with errata/amendments Nos. 1 to 59 here-in-after referred to as the MES Schedule.

4. General conditions of contracts, IAFW-2249 (1989 print) together with errata 1 to 20 and amendments No 1 to 40. 5. Water: Condition 31 of IAFW-2249, General Conditions of Contracts) Water will not be supplied by MES. Should this tender be accepted: *

I/We agree

(a) That the sum of Rs. 15,00,000 (Rupees Fifteen Lakh only) forwarded as earnest money shall either be retained as a part of security deposit or refunded by the Government on receipt of the appropriate amount of Security Deposit all as per Condition 22 of IAFW-2249. (b) To execute all the works referred to in the said documents upon the terms and conditions contained therein and as detailed on the subsequent pages and to carry out such deviations may be ordered vide Condition-7 of IAFW-2249 up to a maximum of 10 (ten) percent and further agree to refer all disputes as required by condition-70 to the Sole Arbitrator of a serving officer having a degree in Engineering or equivalent or having passed final/direct final examination of Sub Division-II of Institution of Surveyors (India), recognized by the Govt. of India to be appointed by Engineer-in-chief, Army HQ or in his absence the officer Officiating as Engineerin-chief or Director General of Works if specifically delegated in writing by the Engineer-inChief, whose decision shall be final, conclusive and binding.

*

To be deleted wherever not applicable. Contd../-

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BOQ (GENERALSUMMARY) Total Contract sum of Rs._________Rupees____________________________________________ Signature _________________________ in the capacity_____________________ duly authorised to sign the tender for and on behalf of ____________________________ _____________________________ (IN BLOCK LETTERS) dated: ______________ Witness ___________________ Address ___________________ __________________________

POSTAL ADDRESS: __________________________ Telegraphic Address _________________________ Telephone Number ___________________________ ACCEPTANCE

________________________Alterations have been made in these documents and as evidence that these alterations were made before the execution of the Contract Agreement and they have been initialed by the Contractor and AAD (C) / AD (C) / Jt Dir (C) / Dir (C) .

The said officer is hereby authorised to sign and initial on my behalf on the documents forming part of this contract. The above tender was accepted by me on behalf of the President of India for the item rates, contained their in for the contract sum of Rs.___________________________ (Rupees__________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________) on the _________ day of __________2018.

SIGNATURE: _______________________ APPOINTMENT: CE Chief Engineer Air Force Air Force Station Udhampur (For and on behalf of the President of India) Accepting Officer

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GENERAL: 1.

(a) General specifications mentioned anywhere in the contract including those in General Conditions of Contracts, viz., IAFW-2249, shall mean the specifications given in the MES Standard Schedule of Rates 2009 (Part-I) for specifications and MES Standard Schedule of Rates 2010 (Part-II) for rates/IS Codes/ IRC Codes/MORTH Specification for Roads & Bridges. Particular specifications given here in after are in brief and only to particularise, amend and emphasis the specification given in this codes. (b) Any work shown on drawing(s) but not described in particular specifications shall, unless specifically described to be excluded from the contract, be deemed to be included in the rate quoted by contractor for schedule ‘A’ in BOQ. In case of doubt with regard to the manner of details for executing the work, the decision of the Accepting Officer shall be final, binding and conclusive. (c) All heading and marginal notes to these special conditions or/to any other documents of this contract are solely for the purpose of giving a concise indication and not a summary of the contents thereof, and they shall never be deemed to supersede the contents of the clauses. (d) The tenderer is advised to point out in writing discrepancy (s) if any in the tender documents, at least 15 days before the due date of receipt of tender. In case of discrepancy(s) in contract documents is/are noticed by the Contractor during execution of the works, it shall be brought out to the notice of the Accepting Officer of contract and others concerned in writing before commencement of the particular work where discrepancy(s) is/are noticed failing which the contractor shall forfeit his right to claim on account of such discrepancy(s), if any. (e) Also where there are obvious mistakes in any of the contract provisions the Accepting Officer shall be sole deciding authority with regard to the intention of the contract documents and his decision in this respect shall be final, binding and conclusive.

2.

CONDITIONS OF CONTRACTS AND EXECUTION OFWORKS: The various parts/sections/sub divisions of the tender documents shall deem to be supplementary/complementary to each other.

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INSPECTION OF SITE BY THE TENDERER: (i) The tenderer is advised to contact the Garrison Engineer for the purpose of inspection of site (s) and relevant documents other than those sent herewith, who will give reasonable facilities for the purpose. The tenderer shall also make themselves familiar with the working conditions, accessibility of site(s), availability of materials and other cogent conditions, which may affect the entire completion of work under this contract. (ii) The tenderer shall be deemed to have inspected the site (s) and made themselves familiar with the working conditions, whether they have actually inspected the site (s) or not.

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RESTRICTION FOR ENTRY TO WORKS SITE: All works lies in RESTRICTED AREA. The restrictions for entry to work site and conditions of working in restricted area shall be as under. (a) ENTRY AND EXIT: The contractor/his agents/representatives/ workmen etc, and his materials, carts, trucks or other means of transport etc. will be allowed to enter through and leave from only such gate or gates and at such times as the GE or authorities in charge of the restricted area may at their sole discretion permit to be used. Contractor’s authorised representative is required to be present at the places of entry and exit for purpose of identifying his carts, trucks, etc. to the personal in charge of the security of the restricted area. Contractor shall make biometric attendance system at entry gate for entry/exit of all manpower employed on daily basis with back facility. ( b) IDENTITY OF WORKMEN: (i ) Every workman shall be in possession of an identity card. The identity card shall be issued after a thorough investigation of antecedents of the labourers by the contractor and attested by Officer-in-Charge of the unit concerned in accordance with the standing rules and regulations of the unit. Contractor shall be responsible for conduct of his workmen, agents or representatives. (ii) IDENTITY CARD OR PASSES: The contractor, his agent and representatives are required individually to be in possession of an identity card or pass which will be examined by the security staff at the time of entry into or exit from the restricted area at any time or number of times inside restricted area. (c) SEARCH: Thorough search of all persons and transport shall be carried out at each gate and for as many times gate is used for entry or exit and may also be carried out any number of times at the site within the restricted area. (d) WORKING HOURS:The units controlling restricted area, usually work during six days in a week and remain closed on the 7th day. The working hours available to the contractor’s labour and staff are however appreciately reduced because of the time of entry and exit during working hours. The exact working hours, working days and number of working days observed for these restricted area (s) where works are to be carried out shall be deemed to have been ascertained by contractor before submitting his tender. The tenderers’ attention is invited to the fact that number of working hours for a unit are prescribed in regulations and that they cannot be increased by the Garrison Engineer or authorities controlling the restricted area. The definition of “working days” as given under condition 1(t) of IAFW-2249 does not apply in case where the works are carried out in restricted area. (e)

WORKING ON HOLIDAYS : The contractor shall not carry out any work on national holidays, except when he is specially authorised in writing to do so by the Garrison Engineer. The GE may at his sole discretion declare any day as holidays or non working day without assigning any reasons for such declaration.

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(f) FIRE PRECAUTIONS: (i) The contractor, his agents, representatives, workmen etc. shall strictly observe the order pertaining to fire precautions prevailing within the restricted area. (ii) Motor transport vehicle, if allowed by the authorities to enter the restricted area must be fitted with the serviceable fire extinguisher. (g) FEMALE SEARCHER: If the contractor desires to employ female labour on works to be carried out inside the area of AF Stn and a female searcher is not borne on the authorised strength of the AF Stn .at the time of submission of tender, he shall be deemed to have allowed in his tender for pay and allowances etc. for a female searcher (Class IV servant) calculated for the period female labourers employed by him inside that area. If more than one contractor employs female labourers during any month and female’s searcher (s) has/have to be employed in addition to the authorised strength of the factory, depot, park etc. the salary and allowances paid to the additional female searchers shall be distributed on equitable basis between the contractors employing female labour taking into consideration the value and period of completion of their contracts. The GE’s decision in regard to the amount payable on this account by any contractor shall be final and binding. 5.

SECURITY OF CLASSIFIED DOCUMENTS: Contractor’s special attention is drawn to condition 2-A & 3 of General Conditions of Contracts (IAFW-2249). The contractor shall not communicate any classified information regarding the works either to subcontractors or other without prior approval of the Engineer-in-Charge. The contractor shall also not make copies of the design/drawings and other documents furnished to him in respect of the work and he shall return all documents on completion of the work or earlier on termination of contract. The contractor shall alongwith final bill attach a receipt from the Engineerin-Charge in respect of his having returned the classified documents as per condition 3 of General Conditions of Contracts (IAFW-2249).

6.

OFFICIAL SECRET ACT : The contractor shall be bound by the Indian Official Secret Act, 1923, particularly Section 5 thereof all as per condition 2A of IAFW-2249.

7.

EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONNEL: (a) Contractor shall employ only Indian Nationals as his representatives, servants and workmen after verifying their antecedents and loyalty. He shall ensure that no person of doubtful antecedents and nationality is in any way, associated with the work. If for the reasons of technical collaboration or other considerations the employment of foreign national (s) is unavoidable, the contractor shall furnish full particulars to this effect to the Accepting Officer at the time of submission of the tender. As a proof that the contractor has employed only Indian Nationals, he shall render a certificate to GE within one month from the date of acceptance of tender to this effect. In case the GE desires contractor will have the police verification done of personnel employed by him. (b) The GE shall have full powers and without giving any reason to order the contractor immediately to cease to employ, in connection with this contract, any agent, servant or employee whose continued employment is, in his opinion, undesirable. The contractor shall not be allowed any compensation on this account. (c) The contractor’s attention is also drawn to condition 25 of IAFW-2249 in this

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connection. 8.

AVAILABILITY OF LAND FOR STORAGE OF MATERIALS, TEMPORARY WORKSHOP, LABOUR CAMP AND OFFICES ETC. (i) Allotment of land for storage of materials including temporary sheds for workshop. Refer condition 24 of IAFW-2249. The contractor shall be permitted to store his materials including creating temporary sheds and to install his plant & machinery there on at the area of MD land as decided by the GE and he shall pay a license fee of Rs. 1/- per year or part thereof in respect of each and every separate area of land allotted to him. The location of establishing HMP/RMC Plant & keeping special T&P and trucks is marked on site plan including approaches from HMP/RMC plant, for entering runway work area (ii) Being restricted area no permission to accommodate labourers inside the Air Force Station will be granted. Also no labour camp will be erected inside the Air Force premises. Contractor will have to make his own arrangement to accommodate labourers outside the premises of Air Force Station. Labourers & workers shall be allowed to enter from designated entry after security check during permitted working hours only. However, important workmen like Contractor, Engineers, technicians, HMP/RMC plant operatorsetc. shall be allowed entry throughout the day of 24 hrs as on requirement basis. (iii) The contractor will educate his workers for not disposing off left out food in open area to avoid bird menace.

9.

DAMAGE TO EXISTING STRUCTURES: Any damage to the existing structures, any existing road etc., during the execution of work shall be made good by the contractor at his own expense within periodof 10 (Ten) days. Rectification, replacement, making good and touching up etc, shall be carried out, conforming to the materials and workmanship originally provided and to the satisfaction of the Engineer-in-Charge. In case of any dispute on this account, the decision of the GE shall be final, binding and conclusive. Nothing extra shall be payable on this account & rates quoted by contractor shall deem to include the same. Further if the contractor failed to rectify the same within 10 days, it will be got done by MES at the risk and cost of the contractor without any further notice.

10.

QUARRIES AND ROYALTIES: Quarries are not available on MOD land, which is in the charge of MES authorities ,hence, Condition 14 of IAFW-2249 shall be treated as not applicable. Contractor shall make his own arrangement for acquiring quarry for procurement of rock /stone aggregate from private/govt approved quarry in liasioning with state Govt authority, obtaining permission/license from all relevant authority. The quarry so finalised shall be checked for suitability & availability of adequate material of required standards. The same shall be got approved from GE before finalisation.

11.

APPROACHES: The contractors shall make arrangements for and provide at his own cost all temporary approaches as required other than catered in the contract of required standard specifications adequate for transportation of construction material, plant & equipment from production site to construction site of work after obtaining approval in writing

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from the GE. 12.

LOCATION OF WORKS:-There may be some changes in location/siting of in site (layout) plan(s) to suit local conditions and/or departmental requirements. The contractor shall have no claim what-so-ever consequent to such change in the location/siting of works.

13.

ACTION WHERE NO SPECIFICATIONS EXIST: (a) In case of any item of work for which there is no specifications in the tender documents including SSR/IRC/MORTH Specification KAO specified in E-in-c’s Technical Instructions , such work shall be carried out in accordance with Indian Standard Specifications and where Indian Standard Specifications do not cover the same, the work shall be carried out as per good standard engineering practice with the approval of the GE. (b) No claim what so ever will be tenable for any misunderstanding or for not having ascertained requisite information/knowledge to muster the resources in satisfactory completion of the entire work to requirements as per contract agreement.

14.

METHOD OF MEASUREMENT: - Measurement of all measurable work executed under this contract shall be taken in accordance with the rules of measurements as laid down in MORTH specification for Road and Bridge Works(fifth Revision), Unless otherwise indicated in the respective sections of Schedule ‘A’. In case the method of measurement for a particular item of work is not given in MORTH, a reference will be made to the relevant provision contained in the latest edition of IS–1200.

15.

STAGES OF WORKMANSHIP: The contractor shall progress the work so that the same is completed within the period as specified. GE shall lay down target dates for completion of different stages of works well within the period allowed therefor. The GE then shall issue the completion certificate for the work. The work shall be executed under close supervision of Engineer-in-Charge. Stages & Workmanship of various trades shall be got passed by GE.

16.

CRITICAL PATH METHOD/NET WORK ANALYSIS AND THE TIME SCHEDULE: (a) The time and progress chart to be prepared as per condition 11 of IAFW-2249 (General conditions of Contract(s) shall consist of detailed net work analysis and a time Schedule. The critical path net work will be drawn jointly by the GE and the contractor soon after acceptance of the tender, using Primavera/MS project. (b) (i) The time scheduling of the activities will be done by the contractor so as to finish the work within the stipulated time. The contractor is advised to use the facility of computerisation available with any organisation, which affords such facility in doing the same. On completion of time schedule, a firm calendar date schedule will be prepared and submitted by the contractor to GE, who will approve it after the scrutiny. No financial liability shall occur to the Govt in connection with computerisation. (ii) The schedule will be submitted in four copies within two weeks from the date of

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handing over the site. In case the contractor fails to submit the CPM net work diagram, the net work prepared by the GE will be binding on him and he will be bound to employ resources of labour and materials in the manner directed by the GE. (c) During currency of the work, the contractor is expected to adhere to the time schedule and this adherence will be part of the contractor’s performance under the contract. During the execution of the work, the contractor is expected to participate in the reviews and updating of the network undertaken by GE. These reviews may be undertaken at the discretion of the GE either as a periodic appraisal measure or when the quantum of work ordered on the contractor is substantially changed through deviation order(s)/or amendment. Any revision of the schedule as a result of the reviewwill be submitted by the contractor to the GE within a week, who will approve it after due scrutiny. The contractor will adhere to the revised schedule thereafter. (d) In case of contractor not agreeing to the revised schedule, the same will be referred to the Accepting Officer whose decision will be final, conclusive and binding. GE’s approval to the revised schedule resulting in completion date beyond the stipulated date of completion shall not automatically amount to grant of extension of time. Extension of time shall be considered and decided by the appropriate authority in terms of conditions of IAFW-2249 and separately regulated. (e) Contractor is expected to mobilise and employ sufficient resources to achieve the time schedule within the broad framework of the accepted methods of working and safety. (f) No additional payment will be made to the Contractor for any multiple shift work or other incentive methods contemplated by him in his work schedule even though the time schedule is approved by the Department. 17.

COORDINATION WITH OTHER AGENCIES: The Contractor shall permit free access and afford normal facilities and usual convenience to other agencies or departmental workmen to carryout connected works or services under separate arrangements. The contractor will not be allowed any extra payment on this account.

18.

SECURITY AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE: (a) Contractor’s plants/equipments at site: -The contractor shall furnish to the Engineer-in-Charge every morning a distribution return of his plants/equipments on the site of the works, Stating the following particulars: (i) Particulars of plants/equipment’s, its make, manufacture No, Model No if any, Registration No if any, capacity, year of manufacture, year of purchase etc. (ii)

Total number (quantity) on site of work.

(iii) Location and indication of number (quantity) at each location of the site of work. (iv) Purchase value on the date of purchase. For the purpose of this condition, plant/equipment shall include vehicles i.e. trucks and lories but neither the workmen’s tools nor any manually operated tools/equipment. The Engineer-in-Charge shall record the particulars supplied by the contractor in the works diary and send the return to the GE for record in his office.

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(b)Loss on account of Enemy Action: If as a result of enemy action, the contractor suffers any loss or damage, the Govt. shall reimburse to the contractor such loss or damage to the extent and in the manner here in after, provided: (i):The loss suffered by him on account of any damage or destruction of his plant/equipment (as defined in special condition (a) above), materials or any part or parts thereof the amount of loss assessed by the Accepting Officer of the contract on this account shall be final, binding and conclusive. (ii):- The compensation paid by him under any law for the time being in force, to any workmen employed by him for any injury caused to workmen or workman’s legal successor for loss of the workmen’s life. (iii):- Payment of compensation for loss or damage to any work or part of work carried out. The amount of compensation shall be determined in accordance with condition 48 of General Conditions of Contracts (IAFW-2249). (iv):- No reimbursement shall be made nor shall any compensation be payable under the above provision unless the contractor had taken Air Defence precautions ordered by the GE or concerned authority or in the absence of such order, reasonable precautions taken by the contractor. No reimbursement shall be made nor shall any compensation be payable for any plants/equipment or materials not lying at site of work at the time of enemy action. 19.

THE HEIGHT OF MATERIAL DUMPED:-The height of construction material dumped at/near construction site must not exceed 3.0 m in height .The sand heaps thus formed must be covered with tarpaulins after water is sprinkled on top layer of sand.PCC hard standing ofsuitable strength shall be constructed for stacking of coarse and fine aggregate near plant area.

20.

WATER. Refer to condition 31 of IAFW-2249. (i) Water will not be supplied by the MES. The tenderers are advised to visit the site of works to ascertain availability of water from civil sources or from nearby natural sources outside ministry of defence land. The contractor shall be allowed, if he so desires, to install hand pumps, tube wells at site of work at places as approved by Engineer-in-Charge and nothing shall be charged from the contractor. The contractor shall remove the hand pumps, tube wells as and when asked to do so by Engineer-inCharge/ GE and in any case on completion of the work and before issue of completion certificate, unless GE desires that these hand pumps, tube wells be left in position and the contractor will have to do so without claiming cost thereof from department. No compensation whatsoever shall be admissible to the contractor, if he is required to remove the pump's) tube wells before completion of work. Use of water from such sources shall only be permitted if, found after testing, potable and fit for use in the work. (ii) The water from such sources shall be got tested by the contractor from laboratory approved by the GE, who shall after satisfying himself permit the contractor to use the water from such sources. Testing charges shall be borne by the contractor.

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ELECTRIC SUPPLY : Electricity will not be supplied by MES. The contractor shall make his own arrangement for electricity by deploying DG sets of adequate capacity & numbers.

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Nothing extra shall be admissible to the contractor on this account. 22.

VALIDITY OF TENDER: Tender shall remain open for acceptance for a period of 60 days from the next date subsequent to Financial bid submission end date.

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MATERIALS AND SAMPLES (a) Refer Condition 10 of IAFW-2249 (b) The materials and articles which have been specified from certain makes/manufacturers, shall be of makes/manufacturers as specified. If the manufacturers specified in tender documents make both ISI marked and conforming to ISI, the materials/articles shall be ISI marked. (c) The materials and articles which have not been specified in tender documents by makes/manufacturers shall be as under: (i) If ISI marked materials are being manufactured the same shall be ISI marked. For list of ISI marked manufacturers refer website of BIS i.e.www.bis.org.in. (ii)

If ISI marked materials are not being manufactured the same shall be conforming to IS specifications.

(d) Materials of local origin shall be as specified and conforming to samples kept in GE’s office. The tenderer is advised to inspect sample of materials which are displayed in the office of GE, before submitting his tender. The tenderer shall be deemed to have inspected the samples and satisfied himself as to the nature and quality of materials, he is required to incorporate in the work irrespective of whether he has actually inspected them or not. (e) The contractor shall not procure materials and articles unless the samples are first got approved by the GE. 24.

Records of Materials and Purchase Vouchers : (a)

The quantity and materials for the following as directed by the Engineer- in – Charge ( The quantity of which cannot be checked after incorporation in the works ), shall be recorded in the measurement book and signed by the contractor and the Engineer –in – charge as a checked to ensure that the required quantity has been brought to site for incorporation in the work :(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x)

Road MarkingPaint. Preformed filler board. Polythene film sheet. Polyurethane sealant Any type of Bitumen PMB 40: polymer polymer(elastomeric) Glass grid Curing compound Admixture RecronFibre

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(xi) Cement. (xii) Steel for reinforcement and other works (xiii) HDPE Pipe & GI Pipe (xiv) Hume Pipes (b) The proprietary materials shall be stored as directed. Those already recorded in the Measurement Book shall be marked suitably for identification.

(c)

The contractor shall produce to the GE, original receipt vouchers/ invoices in respect of all proprietary branded materials to ensure that the contractor has actually brought the articles of required quality and quantity from the authorised agent/ manufacturer/ supplier r/o items listed in para (a) above and also to find out the rates thereof as prerequisite before submitting claim for payment for advance on account of the work done and / or material collected in accordance with condition 64 of General Conditions of Contracts- IAFW- 2249 .

(d) The contractor shall, on demand , produce to the GE , original receipted vouchers / invoice in respect of the materials other than as stated in sub - para © .Vouchers / invoices so produce and verified shall be stamped by Engineer-in - Charge indicating contract number .The contractor shall ensure that the materials are brought to site , in Original sealed containers / packing , bearing manufacturer’s marking except in the case of the requirement of material(s) being less than smallest packing .

(e)

(f)

Bitumen VG-10/VG-30shall be purchased directly from oil PSU’s as listed in Appendix ‘F’ to particular specification. PMB 40 polymer modified bitumen with high quality polymer(elastomeric SBS based) shall be procured from company’s listed in Appendix ‘F’ to particular specification, however base bitumen for PMB 40 shall be procured from the oil PSU’s and same certified by the supplying company. These vouchers/ invoices shall be defaced by the GE/Engineer-in-charge, indicating reference to the contract number, under his dated signature, and CTC thereof shall be kept on record so as to avoid their being used again. The vouchers / invoices will clearly indicate the contract Number and the IS No., specific alternative to which the material conforms in case of various alternave in IS.

(g) Under no circumstances payment on account (RAR) shall be made to the contractor as material lying at site for incorporation in the works, unless the contractor produces original purchase vouchers/invoices. Irrespective of whether contractor is claiming RAR for material lying at site or not, purchase vouchers/invoices shall be submitted by contractor to GE for the following items of materials: (i) Road Marking Paint. (ii) Preformed filler board. (iii) Polythene film sheet. (iv) Polyurethane sealant (v) Any type of Bitumen (vi) PMB 40: polymer modified bitumen with high quality polymer(elastomeric) (vii) Glass grid (viii) Curing compound (ix) Admixture (x) Recron Fibre (xi) Cement.

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(xii) Steel for reinforcement and other works (xiii) HDPE Pipe & GI Pipe (xiv) Hume Pipes (h) The vouchers/invoices will clearly indicate the contract number and the IS No., specific alternative to which the material conforms in case of various alternatives given in IS. (j) Contractor will produce original purchase vouchers for the materials as described here-in-above after getting defaced by Engineer in charge. The contractor will produce two photocopies of the same vouchers for record. 25.

RECORD OF CONSUMPTION OF CEMENT: (a) For the purpose of keeping record of cement issued and consumed in works one properly bound register serially numbered and all pages initialed against the numbering by the Engineer-in –Charge and in the form approved by the Engineer-inCharge showing daily receipt, quantity used in the work, balance in hand, shall be maintained. (b) The register shall be kept at site in the safe custody of the contractor’s representative during the progress of the work and shall be produced on demand for verification of the inspecting officer. (c)The entries in the aforesaid register will be signed daily by the contractor or his authorised representative and the JE -in-Charge for supervision and twice in a week by the Engineer-in-Charge. (d) On completion of the work, the contractor shall deposit the cement register with the Engineer-in-charge for record.

26.

WATCH/LIGHTING: The contractor shall at his own cost take all possible precautions to ensure safety of life and property by providing necessary fencing, barrier, light, watchmen etc., during the progress of work and as directed by the Engineer-in-Charge.

27.

MAKING GOOD: The contractor shall leave or form holes in concrete (Plain or RCC), Brick work, stone masonry and in any other situation as required for the work or as directed by the Engineer-in-Charge and make good all the holes in the same mortar and mix as specified for that portion of work. Contractor shall do patch repair for all damaged road on daily basis and as when directed by Engineer –in- Charge.

28.

CLEANING DOWN: Refer condition 49 of IAFW-2249. The contractor shall clean all area, and carry out all necessary items of work in connection therewith and have the whole premises clean and tidy to the entire satisfaction of Engineer-in-Charge before handing over the items/works. No extra payment shall be admissible to the contractor for this operation.

29.

PRICING OF DEVIATIONS:The principle enunciated in condition 62 of IAFW-2249 shall apply to various part/section of schedule ‘A’ of this contract.

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MINIMUM WAGES PAYABLE: (a) Refer condition 58 of IAFW-2249. The contractor shall not pay wages lower than minimum wages for labour fixed by the Govt of India /State Govt whichever is higher (b) Contractor’s attention is also drawn, amongst other things to the ‘explanations’ to the schedule of minimum wages referred to above. (c) The fair wages referred to in condition 58 of IAFW-2249 will be deemed to be the minimum wages fixed by Central Govt/State Govt as referred to above as upto date from time to time whichever is higher. (d) Schedule of minimum wages has not been enclosed alongwith tender documents. However contractor shall be deemed to have verified the minimum fair wages payable as on the last due date of receipt of tender. (e) The contractor shall have no claim whatsoever if an account of local factors and by regulations, he is required to pay the wages in excess of minimum wages as described above during the execution of work.

31.

ADJUSTMENT OF TAXES/LEVIES: Tendered rates are inclusive of all taxes and levies payable under the respective statutes.

32.

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33.

ADJUSTMENT OF TAX ON SERVICE: (a) Govt of India has levied new GST(Goods and Services Tax) 2017. wef 01 July 2017 on services rendered by the contractor on work contracts, So it has been made obligatory for disbursing officer to deduct tax at the rate given in new GST rule as per GOVT of India on services rendered by the contractor under the contract as applicable to contractor at source. The tenderer shall get them self acquainted with the relevant provision of new GST act 2017 and quote their rate accordingly. (b) The rate of GST tax prevailing on last date of submission of tender ( i.e bid submission end date ) shall be applicable. Tenderer's are advised to independently ascertain the rates of GST taxes etc. and quote their rates accordingly. No claim on account of any kind of misunderstanding on the issue shall be entertained at a later date. (c) As per Govt of order The contractor is liable to pay element for construction labour welfare cess/ tax. The rates quoted by the contractor shall deem to be inclusive of this cess/tax. The construction labour welfare cess/tax at rate 1 % at source on gross payment to contractor as per provision of the Act shall be deducted by the GE while releasing payments to the contractor under the contract. Contractor shall deem to consider this labour welfare cess/tax before quoting his rates. (d)For the purpose of applicability of this condition and condition 33 here-inafter for any reimbursement/ refund, the rate of tax prevailing as on the date of submission of tender (i.e. bid submission end date) shall be applicable. Tenderer's are advised to independently ascertain the rates of all taxes etc. and

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quote there rates accordingly. No claim on account of any kind of misunderstanding on the issue shall be entertained at the later date. 34.

REIMBURSEMENT/REFUND ON VARIATION IN “TAXES DIRECTLY RELATED TO CONTRACT VALUE” (a) The rates quoted by the contractor shall be deemed to be inclusive of all taxes/ cesses viz GST duties, Royalties, Octroi & other levies payable under the respective statutes. No reimbursement/ refund for variation in rates of tax, duties, Royalties, Octroi & other leviews and/ or imposition/ abolition of new/ existing taxes/ cesses, duties, Royalties, octroi & other levies shall be made except as provided in 33(b) to 33(e) here-in-below. (b)

(i)The taxes/ cesses which are levied by Government at certain percentage rates of contract sum/Amount shall be termed as “taxes directly related to contract value” such as GST , labour welfare cess/ tax and like as applicable but excluding income tax. The tendered rates shall be deemed to be inclusive of all “taxes directly related to contract value” with existing percentage rates as prevailing on last due date for receipt of tenders. Any increase in percentage rates of “taxes directly related to contract value” with reference to prevailing rates on last due date for receipt of tenders shall be reimbursed to the Contractor and any decrease in percentage rates of “taxes directly related to contract value” with reference to prevailing rates on last due date for receipt of tenders shall be refunded by the Contractor to the Govt/deducted by the Govt from any payments due to the Contractor. Similarly in position of any new “taxes directly related to contract value” after the last due date for receipt of tenders shall be reimbursed to the Contractor and abolition of any “taxes directly related to contract value” prevailing on last due date for receipt of tenders shall be refunded by the Contractor to the Govt/deducted by the Government from the payments due to the Contractor.

(ii)

The contractor shall within a reasonable time of his becoming aware of variation in percentage rates and/or imposition of any further “taxes directly related to contract value” give written notice thereof to the GE stating that the same is given pursuant to this Special Condition, together with all information relating there to which he may be in a position to supply. The contractor shall submit the other documentary proof/information as the GE may require. The contractor shall for the purpose of this condition keep such books of account and other documents as are necessary and shall allow inspection of the same by a duly authorised representative of Govt and shall further, at the request of the GE furnish, verified in such a manner as the case may require, any documents so kept and such other information as the GE may require. Reimbursement for increase in percentage rates/imposition of “taxes directly related to contract value” shall be made only if the contractor necessarily and properly pays additional “taxes directly related to contract value” to the Govt, without getting the same adjusted against any other tax liability or without getting the same refunded from the concerned Govt Authority and submits documentary proof for the same as the GE may require.

(iii)

(iv)

35.

SITE LABORATORY AND TESTING OF MATERIALS The contractor shall establish a fully furnished/ equipped site laboratory for testing of all material. A list of equipment required for establishment of site lab as given in Appx- ‘B’ to special condition. List of test & periodicity required to be carried out for

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runway work in site laboratory and frequency of independent test to be carried out by independent institute are given in Appx ‘A’ and Appx ‘A1’.GE shall ensure that all test as per periodicity given above are carried out for material & workmanship. The size of site lab shall be minimum 100 sqm and sufficient for all testing equipments. as listed in Appx ‘B’. The site lab shall be PUF insulated prefab structure all as approved by GE. 36.

FIXED BARRICADINGT&P AREA:- The contractor will provide at his own cost fixed barricading to the height of 5m using steel sheets fixed over MS steel formwork duly designed for wind forces alongwith flexible nets all around the T&P sites towards runway side however on balance portion it can be 2 m barbed wire fencing/CGI sheets. Steel sheets towards runway side shall be painted with green colour or as directed by air force authority.

37.

FIXED BARRICADING AROUND PH-II & PH-III WORK:-The contractor will provide at his own cost fixed barricading of the height of 3m using steel sheets fixed over MS steel formwork (painted as per user requirement) duly designed for wind forces alongwith nets towards runway side as per phase wise construction site.

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QUALIFIED TRADESMEN (APPLICABLE FOR WORKS COSTING RUPEES ONE CRORE OR MORE). In compliance with condition 26 of IAFW2249 (General Conditions of Contracts), the contractor shall employ skilled/semiskilled tradesmen who are qualified and possessing certificate in particular trade from Industrial Training Institute (ITI)/National Institute of Construction Management and Research (NICMAR)/Similar reputed and recognized Institutes by State/Central Government, to execute the works of their respective trade. The number of such qualified tradesmen shall not be less than 25% of total skilled/semi skilled tradesmen required in each trade. The contractor shall submit the list of such tradesmen alongwith requisite certificate to Garrison Engineer for verification and approval. Notwithstanding the approval of such tradesmen by GE, if the tradesmen are found to have inadequate skill to execute the work of their trades, leading to unsatisfactory workmanship, the contractor shall remove such tradesmen within a week after written notice to this effect by the GE and shall engage other qualified tradesmen after prior approval of GE. GE’s decision whether a particular tradesman possesses requisite qualification, skill and expertise commensurate with nature of work, shall be final and binding. No compensation whatsoever on this account shall be admissible.

39

TESTING OF MATERIALS, INDEPENDENT TESTING / THIRD PARTY TESTING The further tests listed Appx A1 hereinafter will be carried out in site lab and IITs/SEMT, Shri ram Lab Delhi/CRRI/NITRA through department as mentioned against each. In case number of tests / method of tests is at variance with the classes mentioned hereinbefore the relevant IS shall supersede in this regard. The charges for getting the tests done in IITs through department including transporting the testing material to IITs shall be deemed to be included in the rates quoted and no extra claim on this account shall be admissible. Tests on various materials not listed shall be as specified in section 900 of MORTH book.

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SCOPE OF CONCILATION

40.1

The scope of conciliation shall be restricted to the following types of disputes with financial limits as indicated therein :(a) Disputes relating to levy of compensation for delay in completion actual amount of compensation. (b) Disputes relating to technical examination of works (c) Disputes relating to interpretation of the provisions of the contract with reference to their application to parties. (d) Disputes relating to non return of Schedule ‘B’ stores over issued to the contractor. (e) Any other disputes having fair chances of being resolved by conciliation and considered fit to be referred to conciliation by the parties. For item (b), (c), (d) and (e) each as stated above the financial limit shall be Rupees two lakhs or one percent of the contract amount whichever is less.

40.2

COMMENCEMENT OF CONCILIATION PROCEEDINGS

40.2.1

The party initiating conciliation shall sent to the other party a written invitation to conciliate briefly identifying their subject of the dispute.

40.2.2

Conciliation proceedings shall commence when the other party accepts in writing the invitation of conciliate.

40.2.3

If the other party rejects the invitation, there will be no conciliation proceedings. If the party initiating conciliation does not receive a reply within 30 days from the date on which he sends or within such other periods of time as specified in the invitation he may elect to treat this as a rejection of the invitation to conciliate and if he so elects, he shall inform in writing the other party accordingly.

40.3

NUMBER OF CONCILIATORS. There shall be a Sole conciliator.

40.4

APPOINTMENT OF CONCILIATOR. All disputes brought out in para 39.1 (a) to (e) above shall be referred to the Sole conciliator viz serving officer not below the rank of Superintending Engineer/Superintending Engineer (QS&C) having degree in Engineering or equivalent or having passed final/direct final examination of Sub Division II of Institution of Surveyors (India) to be appointed by the Engineer-inChief, Army HQ, New Delhi or in his absence the officer officiating as Engineer-inChief or Director General of Works specifically delegated by the Engineer-in-Chief in writing.

40.5

STATUS OF EFFECT OF SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT. The settlement agreement signed by the parties as a result of conciliation proceedings shall have the same status and effect as it is an arbitral award on agreed terms.

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42.

DEFECT& MAINTENANCE LIABILITYPERIOD

42.1.1

Defect liability period shall be 36 months (3years) from the date of completion of whole work under this contract and will start after completion of phase –III work. Defect liability period as given in conditions 46 of IAFW–2249 (General Conditions of Contracts) shall deem to be amended accordingly.

42.1.2

The work shall be treated as completed within the provisions of Condition 49 of IAFW-2249 only after the whole work is completed under the contract and taken over by the MES. The defects liability period mentioned here in above shall commence from the date of completion as mentioned in completion certificate issued by the GE which shall be issued Phase-wise only after the completion of the particular Phase under the contract.

42.2.1

After completion of work contractor shall submit complete set of completion drawings consisting of B/R & E/M site plan marked with services as executed and Completion drawings showing all the slab layout, and joints pattern for rigid portions shall be submitted to GE in a cloth bound tracing sheet, together with soft copy of the same. The cost of submission of such drawings both in hard and soft copy shall be deemed to be included in the quoted rates.

42.2.2

The contractor shall detail one supervisor alongwith two trained staff & essential T & P at site of work as decided by GE during defect liability period. The defect shall be rectified in a manner that the flying/operation can continue without any hindrance. The contractor shall also undertake routine maintenance of Runway/PTT & Allied works constructed under this contract during this defect liability period i.e. painting of runway lines thresholds etc. DTGM board repair & painting along with joint filling and crack repair on runway as directed by GE. However the successful bidders whether enlisted or un enlisted (Contractors), shall deposit BGB/FD with the GE for the amount of 2 % of contract value duly valid for 3 Years from the date of last phase of work completed towards guarantee for rectification of defects during defect liability period At any time prior to the expiration of defect liability, defects found if any will be intimated to the contractor. And in case the contractor fails to rectify the defects, GE can take appropriate action to rectify the defects on risk & cost of the contractor. However if no defect will be noticed , the BGB/FD as deposited by the contractor shall be released/refunded to the Contractors after expiry of three years of defect liability period accordingly after furnishing NO demand certificate on IAFW 451 as directed by the GE.

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43 43.1

Mobilization advance non-revocable bank guarantee Interest bearing mobilization advance of upto maximum of 10% of contract amount shall be given to the contractor if he so desire and on his specific written request, in two installments, on production of a non-revocable Bank Guarantee (s), for the amount at least 110% of the advance on an approved form from a Nationalized/Scheduled Bank. The Bank Guarantee(s) shall indemnify the Government against non-refund of mobilization advance and also against default on Contractor’s part in performance of the contract. The rate of interest shall be 10% (Ten) per annum, simple interest.

43.2

The first installment of mobilisation advance shall be 50% of advance and shall be paid to the contractor within 30 days of acceptance of Bank Guarantee(s) of 110% of the same amount furnished by him, by accepting Officer. The second installment of the balance amount shall be paid to the contractor after 6 months of payment of the first installment provided Bank Guarantee(s) for corresponding amount increased by 10% has/have been furnished by the contractor, at least one month in advance and accepted by the Accepting Officer.

43.3

The total amount of mobilization advance, together with interest shall be recovered from the payment made to the contractor against “Advance on Account”, under condition 64 of IAFW-2249, MES General Conditions of contracts.

43.4

The amount of mobilization advance shall be recovered in fortnightly installments as stipulated hereinafter.

43.5

Against the first installment of mobilization advance, the first installment of recovery shall be effected from the Ist ‘Advance on Account’ payment made after commencement of Phase-II and the last installment of recovery shall be effected during the fourth month preceding the month in which the due date of completion of entire work stipulated in first Work Order falls. The various installments of recovery shall be of equal amounts.

43.6

Against the second installment of mobilization advance of 50% (maximum) the first installment of recovery shall be effected from the “Advance on Account” payment made immediately following the payment of mobilization advance of 50% (Maximum) and the last installment of recovery shall be effected during the fourth month preceding the month in which the due date of completion earlier stipulated in first work order falls. The various installments of recovery shall be of equal amounts. The recovery in installments of this mobilization advance of 50% (maximum) shall be in addition to the recovery in installments of the mobilization advance (first installment) vide sub para 43.5 above.

43.7

The contractor may furnish one Bank Guarantee or a number of Bank Guarantee equal to number of installment for recovery, each to match the quantum of recovery to be effected from the ‘Advance on Account’. In case recovery is not possible to be effected from any particular ‘Advance on Account’ for reasons of non-submission of claim for payment of ‘Advance on Account’ or for any other reasons whatsoever, the recovery due shall be made by enchasing the Bank Guarantee.

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Kerb side pumps: Contractor in consultation with IOCL and Air force user can install their own pump stn for fuel subject to meeting all safety requirements. Final site will be given by Air Force.

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Veh for site executives as per T&P list shall be provided by contractor with driver and fuel with monthly limit of 1500 KM for each vehicle.

46

Dispute Resolution boards (DRB)(Condition 71 of IAFW 2249 General Conditions of contracts Refers) (Applicable for all contracts of value more than Rs.10 Crores) (i). During execution of the works or after completion or after determination/ cancellation/terminations of the contract all disputes between the partied to contracts arising out of the contracts (except those for which decisions of Accepting Officers or any other officer (CWE and/or GE) is expressed to be final and binding), including any disagreement by either party with any actions, inaction, opinion, instruction, certificate or valuation by the Accepting Officers of his nominee, the matter in dispute shall, in the first place be referred to the Dispute Resolution Boards (DRB). In case of disagreement with the decision of such DRB, any party may invoke arbitration clause. (ii). The Constitution of the DRB shall be a three member body as under:(a) Chairman: Joint DG (Contracts) of the concerned Command Chief Engineer. Where Jt DG (C) is not posted in the Comd, any other Chief Engineer/ Brig level Offr posted in CE Comd shall be nominated by Comd CE at his sole discretion. (b) Member 1 to  Col/Director rank officers of Comd CE or any other Zonal CE be nominated by Comd CE (c) Member2 (iii). The name of chairman and member shall be notified by the Accepting officers within one month of the date acceptance of contract. (iv). Once the DRB is constituted the member and Chairman shall disclose in writing their neutrality and impartially about any personal interest in the work. (v). The dispute shall be referred to the chairman of the DRB by the concerned party after giving notice to the other party for invoking of this clause. (vi). The DRB shall decide the dispute in accordance with the term of the contract, principle of natural justice, equity and fair play. (vii). The DRB may fix oral hearing at a place, date and time as decided by the Chairman. (viii). The requisite administrative support to the DRB shall be provided by the Accepting Officer. (ix). All the contract documents pertaining to the case shall be provided by the Accepting Officer for reference by the DRB. (x).DRB shall give its decision on the dispute within three months of notice from any part invoking the DRB clause, This period can be extended by one month with the consent of the parties. (xi). All the decision given by the DRB shall be by majority and such decision shall be communicated in writing by Chairman to the parties. (xii). If the decision of the DRB is not to the satisfaction of either party or if the DRB fails to give decision within the laid down time either party shall indicated his reservation of the decision to Accepting Officer within 30 days of such decision and to refer the dispute for arbitration within the provision of conditions 70 of IAFW 2249 General Conditions of Contract. (xiii). It shall be mandatory for the party invoking arbitration of any particular dispute

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to have first exhausted the remedy provided under the DRB clause for that particular dispute. (xiv). The mandate of the DRB shall termination on completion of one year from the date of completion/determination/ cancellation/termination of the contracts. (xv). If any member or Chairman of the CRB unable to function due to any reason whatsoever , or he resigns his appointment, Chief Engineer Command as the case may be, shall fill the vacancy so caused within 15 days of happening of such vacancy. (xvi). Any dispute referred to the DRB and having been decided by the DRB and not objected to by either party within30 days shall attain finality and shall be referable to arbitrations. (xvii). Accepting officers shall ensure implementation of the decision of the DRB which attain finality, i.e. except those which are objected by his or by contractor within 30 days as per Para 12 above. (xviii). Findings and decision of DRB shall be admissible as evidence, to the extent permissible as per law, in the subsequent Arbitration and /or litigation. (xix). DRB Chairman/member shall not, in any case, be liable to be called as witness or to produce any evidence in any Arbitration or department proceeding of any kind. (xx). During execution of work the dispute may be referred to the DRB as per the requirement of each after having exhausted the decision making process provided in the contracts. In case of completions of work or after determination/ cancellation/termination of the contracts all the disputes including payment/nonpayment/delay in final bill shall be simultaneous referred o the DBR within six months of completion/determination/ cancellation/termination of the contracts. (xxi). The department case before the DRB shall presented by Accepting Officer himself and/or Dir (Contracts) of CE Zone assisted by CWE and his DCWE(Contract), GE and his AGE (contracts) and any other Officers and legal counsel nominated by Accepting Officer. The contractor may present his case by himself and/or by his nominated reps & authorized legal/technical counsel.

(Signature of the contractor) for Accepting officer Dated:_______________

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(2)

(3)

TYPE OF TEST CONSTRUCTION Granular sub base i) Gradation ii) Atterberg limits iii) Moisture content prior to compaction iv) Density of compacted layer v) Deleterious constituents vi) CBR

FREQUENCY (MIN.)

Lime/Cement i) Stabilised soil sub- ii) base iii) iv)

One test for each consignment Regularly, through procedural checks Periodically, as considered necessary As required

Wet Mix Macadam

v) vi) vii) i)

Quality of lime/cement Lime/cement content Degree of Pulverization CBR or Unconfined compressive strength test on a set of 3 specimens Moisture content prior to compaction Density of compacted layer Deleterious constituents Aggregate Impact Value

ii) Grading of aggregate iii) Combined flankness and Elongation Indices iv) Atterberg limits of portion of aggregate passing 425 micron sieve v) Density of compacted layer

One test per 400 cu.m One test per 400cu.m One test per 200 cu.m One test per 1000 Sq.m As Required As Required

One set of two tests per 500 sq.m One set of two tests per 500 sq.m As required. One test per 400 cu.m of aggregate One tests per 200 cu.m One tests per 400 cu.m of aggregate One test per 200 cu.m of aggregate One set of three tests per 1000 sq.m

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CONTROL TESTS FOR BITUMINOUS WORKS AND THEIR MINIMUM FREQUENCY S.NO

(1)

TYPEOF TEST CONSTRUCTION PrimerCoat/Tack Coated/Fog Spray

i) ii)

(2)

FREQUENCY (MIN.)

Quantity of binder

Number of samples per lot and tests as per IS:73,IS:217 and IS:8887 as applicable. Binder temperature for At regular close intervals application Rate of spread of Three tests per day

iii) Binder Seal Coat/Surface i) Quality of Binder ii) AggregateImpact Value or Dressing Los AngelesAbrasion Value iii) Combined Flakiness and Elongation Indices iv) Stripping value of aggregate (Immersion Tray Test) v) Water absorption of aggregate vi) Water sensitivity of mix

Same as mention under Serial No.1 One test per 150 cu.m of each source and whenever there is change in the quality of aggregate One test per 100 cu.m of each source and whenever there is change in the quality of aggregate One test of each source and whenever there is change in the quality of aggregate. One test of each source and whenever there is change in the quality of aggregate. -do-

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APPENDIX ‘A’ TO SPECIAL CONDITIONS NO. 35 (CONTD) ITEMS/MATERIAL AND THEIR TESTS CONTROL TESTS AND THEIR MINIMUM FREQUENCY FOR SUB –BASE AND BASES (EXCLUDING BITUMEN LAYERS) vii) Grading of aggregate One test per 300 cu.m of each source. viii) Soundness One test of each source and whenever there is change (Magnesium Sulphate/Sodium in the quality of aggregate. Sulphate) ix) Polished stone value - Do ---x) Temperature of binder At regular intervals in boiler, aggregate in dryer and mix at the time of laying and compaction xi) Rate of spread of Same as mentioned under Serial No.1 materials

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Open– gradedpremix surfacing/closegradedpremix surfacing

i) ii)

Quality of binder Aggregate Impact Value or Los Angeles Abrasion Value iii) Combined Flakiness and Elongation Indices iv) Stripping value v) water absorption of aggregate vi) Water sensitivity of mix vii) Grading of aggregate viii) soundness (magnesium Sulphate/Sodium Sulphate) ix) Polishedstone value x) Temperature of binder in boiler, aggregate in dryer and mix at the time of laying and compaction xi) Rate of spread of materials

Same as mentioned under Serial No 1 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 At Regular Interval Two test per day per plant

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(4)

Bituminous Macadam

i) ii) Los

Quality of binder

Same as mentioned under Serial No.1 Aggregate Impact Value or Same as mentioned under Serial Angeles Abrasion Value No.2

iii)

Combined Flakiness Elongation Indices

iv)

Stripping value

v) water aggregate

absorption

vi)

Water sensitivity of mix

vii)

Grading of aggregate

viii)

and One test per 300cu.m for each source Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 of Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2 Same as mentioned under Serial No.2

Soundness (magnesium Same as Sulphate/Sodium No.2 Sulphate) ix) Percentage of fractured faces Same as No.2 x) Binder content Same as No.3 xi) Control of temperature of Same as binder and aggregate for mix at the No.2 time of laying and rolling

mentioned under Serial mentioned under Serial mentioned under Serial mentioned under Serial

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(5)

xii)

Density of compacted layer

xiii)

Rate of spread of mixed At regular intervals Material

Dense Bituminous i) Macadam/Bituminous Concrete (DAC)

Quality of binder

One Test per 700 sq.m area

Number of samples per lot and tests as per IS:73 or IRC:SP53, IS:15462

ii) Los

Aggregate Impact Value or One test per 150 cu.m of aggregate Angeles Abrasion Value for each source and whenever there is change in the quality of aggregate

iii)

Combined Flakiness Elongation Indices

iv)

Soundness test (Sodium or One test for each source and Magnesium Sulphate test) whenever there is change in the quality of aggregate

v) Water aggregate

absorption

and One test per 300 cu.m of aggregate for each source and whenever there is change in the quality of aggregate

of One test for each source and whenever there is change in the quality of aggregate

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vi)

Sand equivalent test

One test for each source and whenever there is change in the quality of aggregate

vii)

Plasticity Index

One test for each source and whenever there is change in the quality of aggregate

viii)

Polished stone value

One test for each source and whenever there is change in the quality of aggregate

ix)

Percentage of fractured face

One test per 300 cu.m of aggregate when crushed gravel is used

x)

xi)

Mix Grading

One set for individual constituent and mixed aggregate from dryer for each 400 tonnes of mix subject to minimum of two tests per day per plant.

Three tests for stability, flow Stability and voids analysis value, density and voids contents of mix including theoretical for each 400 tonnes of mix subject maximum specified off loose to minimum of two tests per day

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per plant

xii) mix

Moisture Susceptibility of One test for mix type whenever (AASHTO T283) there is change in the quality or source of coarse or fine aggregate. xiii) Temperature of binder in At regular Intervals boiler, aggregate in dryer and mix at the time of laying and compaction xiv) Binder content One set for each 400 tonnes of mix subject to minimum of two tests per day per plant xv) Rate of spread of mix After every 5th truck load material xvi) (06) (07) (08)

(09)

Recycled Material Grading of aggregate Cold Mixes Quality of Modified Binder Geotextiles

Density of compacted layer

One test per 500 sq.m area Two tests per day All tests as per S.No. 5 Number of samples per lot and tests as per IS:15462 and as specified in tender document The requirement of section 700 of MORTH shall apply

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INDEPENDENT TESTING / THIRD PARTY TESTING

Ser No 1. (a)

(b)

Name of Test

Frequency

CEMENT Physical tests Once for each consignment (i) Setting time (initial & final) (ii) Soundness (iii) Compressive strength (iv) Fineness Chemical tests (Chemical Once for each consignment composition)

2. (a)

COARSE AGGREGATE Specific gravity

(b)

Water absorption

One for each source for sample approval and once more for confirmation in the first lot. One for each source for sample approval and once more for confirmation in the first lot.

No of test in site lab

No of tests in IITs/SEMT/Shriram Lab

100%

5%

100% in approved NABL accredited lab

9%

100% site lab/approved NABL accredited lab 100% site lab/approved NABL accredited lab

5% 5%

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(c)

Soundness

(d)

Organic impurities

(e) (f) (g)

Crushing value Impact value Losangles Abrasion test Deleterious materials Sieve analysis Flakiness & elongation index Moisture content

(h) (j) (k) (l) (m)

Stripping value aggregates

One for each source for sample approval and once more for confirmation in the first lot. After that once in every month. One for each source for sample approval and once more for confirmation in the first lot. One test per each size for every 150 cum One test per each size for every 150 cum One test per each size for every 150 cum

One test per each size for every 150 cum One test per each size for every 100 cum One test per each size for every 150 cum or part thereof Regularly at every one hour interval during batch mixing of Initially for aggregate from each quarry and subsequently whenever change in quality of aggregate/quarry noticed.

100% site lab/approved NABL accredited lab 100% site lab/approved NABL accredited lab 100% 100% 100%

5%

100% 100% 100%

5% 5% 5%

100%

-

100%

5%(Min once for each quarry)

5%

5% 5% 5%

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3.

FINE AGGREGATE

(a)

Specific gravity

One for each source for sample approval and once more for confirmation in the first lot.

(b)

Organic impurities

One for each source for sample approval and once more for confirmation in the first lot.

(c) (d)

Sieve analysis Moisture content

(e) 4.

One test per each size for every 30 cum Regularly at every one hour interval during batch mixing Clay and silt impurities One test per each size for every 30 cum PAVING BITUMEN VG-30

(a)

Absolute viscosity

(b)

Flash point

&

kinetic One sample from each container recd on a day or minimum three randomly selected containers in case numbers of containers recd more than three and upto 50. One sample from each container recd on a day or minimum three randomly selected containers in case numbers of containers recd more than three and upto 50.

100% site lab/approved NABL accredited lab 100% site lab/approved NABL accredited lab 100% 100%

5%

100%

5%

5%

5% -

100%

5%

100%

5%

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(c)

(d)

(e)

5. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g)

Penetration

One sample from each container recd on a day or minimum three randomly selected containers in case numbers of containers recd more than three and upto 50. Softening point One sample from each container recd on a day or minimum three randomly selected containers in case numbers of containers recd more than three and upto 50. Viscosity & ductility on One sample from each container recd on a day residue from thin film or minimum three randomly selected containers oven tests in case numbers of containers recd more than three and upto 50. POLYMER MODIFIED BITUMEN (PMB-40 E)

100%

5%

100%

5%

100%

5%

Absolute & kinetic viscosity Flash point Penetration Softening point Ductility and Elastic recovery Viscosity & ductility on residue from thin film oven tests FRASS breaking

Sample from each container recd

100%

5%

Sample from each container recd Sample from each container recd Sample from each container recd Sample from each container recd

100% 100% 100% 100%

5% 5% 5% 5%

Sample from each container recd

100%

5%

Initially on submission

-

100%

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6. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e)

TEST ON EARTHWORK FOR Sub-grade (soil stabilized) Cement content for stabilized Every 500 cum of work formation Field Density One on every 500 sqm CBR (IS:2720 Part-XVII) on One test per 3000 cum. Mean of 3 samples shall soaked/unsoaked samples constitute one test result. Moisture content prior to One test per 250 sqm compaction (IS : 2720 Part-II) Plate load test to determine K On every 10,000sqm formation or minimum one value test in isolated feature

7.

TESTS ON PQC PAVEMENT

(a) (b)

Flexural strength beam samples Cube strength

(c)

Core strength

of 2 samples (each of 3 specimen) for every 150 cum of concrete one at 7 days & other at 28 days 28 days strength of 2 samples (each of 3 specimen) per day of concreting at randomly chosen time. As and when strength of beam samples fail to meet the acceptance criterion and as and when GE decides for the purpose of quality assurance to visiting authorities

100%

2%

100% 100%

2%

100%

-

100%

-

100%

2%

100%

2%

100%

2%

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8.

TESTS ON BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT

(a)

Marshal stability and For every 100 ton of mix flow

100%

2%

(b)

Bitumen content

For every 100 ton of mix

100%

2%

(c)

Percentage air voids

For every 100 ton of mix

100%

2%

(d)

Field density

One sample (3 specimens) for every 1000sqm area

100%

2%

9.

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9.

WATER

Initially then quarterly

-

10

ADMIXTURE

Min one test per lot

-

-

11

CURING COMPOUND Min one test per lot

-

-

12

FILLER BOARD

Min one test per lot

-

-

13

POLYURETHANE SEALANT PRIMER JOINT

Min one test per lot

-

-

Min one test per lot

-

-

14 15 16 17 18

-

DBM CORE TEST Each Layer DAC CORE TEST Each Layer POLYTHENE SHEET Only independent test one test per lot TEST ON EARTHWORK FOR SHOULDERS/EMBANKMENT

100%

5%

100%

5%

Sieve Analysis (Gradation)

1 test per 250 cum of good earth.

Sand Content Plasticity Test Density Test Deleterious Content Test Moisture Content

2 tests per 3000 cum of good earth. 2 tests per 3000 cum of good earth. 2 tests per 3000 cum of good earth (Each soil type). As and when required by Engineer-in-Charge. 1 test for every 250 cum of good earth.

100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%

2% 2% 2% 2% 2% -

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CA No. CEAFU-31/2017-18 APPENDIX ‘B’ TO SPECIAL CONDITIONS NO. 35 LIST/SET OF LABORATORY EQUIPMENT AT SITE LAB Serial No 1 2 3

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30

31 32 33 34 35 36 37

Item Description

NOs

Liquid limit device Universal Penetrometer for Bitumen testing. Soil Densities (a) Core cuter (b) Sand replacement method Proctor needle spring type Proctor compaction Apparatus Rapid moisture meter Hammer 4.89 kg for heavy compaction Pycnometer flask Aggregate impact tester Aggregate crushing value apparatus Los angeles abrasion testing machine Sand bath Apparatus Anderson pipette Sieve sets for fine aggregate Sieve sets for coarse aggregate Organic impurities testing set Vicat needle Apparatus Tensile briquettes testing machine Briquette moulds Cube moulds 7.06x7.06x7.06 (cm) Beam moulds (15x15x70cm) Vibration machine for cube moulds Le Chateller moulds Desicator

1 1

Bulk density Apparatus Water testing kit Measuring cylinder 25ml, 100ml (a) Electric oven (b) Field oven heated with oil stove Weigh Balance (digital) (a) 250 gms (b) 10 Kg Cylinder core cutting Machine Thermometer (a) Normal (digital) (b) Bitumen (digital) (c) Max-Min (d) Relative humidity (e) Rain gauge Wind velocity measuring instrument. Weighing platform 80 tonne capacity Slump test Apparatus Compaction/ Proctor density apparatus (a) Digital Compression testing machine (b)with Flexural strength testing attachment Flexural testing machine Concrete testing hammers digital make Proceq silver

2 2 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 18 36 2 3 1 1 1 3 2 1 2 2 2 2 5 1 1 1 2 1 3 2 1 1 1 1

Remark

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52 53 54 55

56 57

58 59 60 61 62

63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74

Schmidt Digital Marshall stability test Apparatus 1 Benzene distillation plant 1 Centrifuge bitumen extractor 1 Concrete Penetrometer spring type 1 Stop watch 1 Ring and ball Apparatus 1 Brookfield viscometer (model DV Pro) 1 Pneskey open cup 1 Film stripping device 1 Hot bath apparatus with temperature range control 0- 1 80 deg C. Steam boiler for Leechatlier moulds 1 Variable frequency table vibrator 1 (a) Weighing balance 50 Kg digital 1 (b) Weighing balance spring 20 Kg 2 Determination of flakiness: (a) Gauge for thickness. 1 (b) Gauge for elongation. 1 Water tank for curing as required, made locally of 1 stone/PCC block. Hand gloves of rubber 2 Wash bottles 500 ml 6 Specific gravity bottles (a) 50 ml 2 (b) 100 ml 2 Volumetric flask 2 Bowls enameled (a) 1 Litre 8 (b) 5 Litre 4 Enameled trays 12 12” x15”x 12’ Aluminum trays 8 Cube moulds (15x15x15cm) 36 Hammers 14 lbs and 8 lbs 1 each Measuring Tape (a) 15 m (b) 5 m M S Round 20mm dia and 0.6m long Steel scales Set of wire brushes IS Sieve 1.70mm Oil Stove Trimming blades- 6” Spatula -4” Sample extractor Vernier calipers Adjustable spanners Set of spanners Set of screw drivers

1 2 2 4 2 2 2 3 5 1 1 1 1 1

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77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88

Pliers Moisture cans (a) 1 gallon (b) 4/5 gallon Tongs Chemicals Straight edge 3m long Motorised Sieve Shaker Asphalt content tester CPN MC-3 Porta Prob Compaction control Testing equipment Elastic recovery/ductility testing for Bitumen/PMB with cooling facility Cube moulds 15x15x15 and beam moulds 40 x 15 x 15 Compression prooving ring 200T capacity (calibrated from NPL New Delhi) Compaction factor apparatus Thin film oven test for bitumen Lab CBR testing equipment

2 4 4 2 As required 12 1 1 1 1 18 Each 1 1 1 1

For Accepting Officer (Signature of Contractor) Dated:________________

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CA No. CEAFU-31/2017-18 PARTICULAR SPECIFICATION

1.

GENERAL

1.1

Work under this contract shall be carried out in accordance with schedule ‘A’, Particular specifications, drawings and General specifications and other provisions in MORTH Specification of Road and Bridges, MES Schedule 2009 Part – I (for specifications), MES Schedule 2010 Part-II (for rates) read in conjunction with each other.

1.2

Term ‘General Specifications referred to here-in-before as well as referred in IAFW-2249 (General conditions of Contracts) shall mean the specifications contained in the MES Schedule 2009 Part-I (for specification) and MES Schedule 2010 Part-II (for rates), MORTH, IRC specification as specified.

1.3

General Rules, specifications, special conditions and all pre-ambles in the MORTH, MES Schedule shall be deemed to be applicable to the work under this contract, unless specifically stated otherwise in these documents in which case the provisions in these documents shall take precedence over the aforesaid provisions. The term “as specified “wherever appears in the tender documents and drawings, relates to relevant particular specifications and in absence general specifications. All reference to MES schedule/ SSR in these specifications relates to Part-I of MES Schedule 2009 unless otherwise mentioned. References to only some paragraphs of MES schedule have been made in these particular specifications but other paragraphs and provisions as applicable are also to be followed for all parts of Schedule ‘A’, if any even though not particularly mentioned here in after. Where specifications for any items of work are not given in MORTH Specification, MES Schedule or in these particular specifications, specifications as given in relevant Indian Standard Code of practice shall be followed.

1.4

LIST OF DRAWINGS: - List of drawings applicable for specification & scope of work under this contract shall be separately after forming part of this contract and is given after particular specification.

1.5 1.5.1

MATERIALS Unless specific makes/manufacturers are specified in the tender documents all the materials to be procured by the contractor for incorporation in the work under this contract (with the exception of local materials like bricks, stone aggregate, stones, sand etc) shall be with ISI certifications mark. For materials of specific make/manufacturer. Approved names of manufacturer is given in Appx ‘F’ to this particular specification.

1.5.2

If any specific makes/manufacturers names are specified in Sch ‘A’ or Particular specifications or in Appendix ‘F’ to Particular specifications, materials shall be of these specific makes/manufacturers only. ISI marking will not be mandatory for such items where makes/manufacturers have been specified unless the items of makes/manufacturers specified are available both with IS marking and without ISI marking. If any material is not manufactured with IS certifications mark in the country, it shall be confirming to relevant IS and other specifications specified elsewhere and shall also conform to samples displayed in GE's office as applicable.

1.5.3

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LOCAL MATERIALS: Irrespective of actual distance involved, local materials such as stones, aggregates, sand, road metals etc. shall conform to or superior to the specifications given here in after and to the samples kept in the office of GE. The tenderers are advised to inspect these samples. The tenderers shall be deemed to have inspected the samples and have full knowledge thereof whether they inspect them or not before quoting their tender.

1.5.5

SAMPLES OF MATERIALS: (a) Refer condition 10 of IAFW-2249. (b) Specific requirements regarding dimensions, strength, weight and finishes, as per MORTH, IS, MES SSR and the particular specifications given hereinafter vis-à-vis actual properties check, tests carried out, reference to test certificates and markings, etc. based on which samples of each materials are approved as Conforming to relevant specification shall be recorded in the sample approval register. (c) The contractor shall not procure materials unless the samples are first got approved from the Garrison Engineer.

1.5.6

RECORD OF MATERIALS (Refer Special condition 24) (a) The quantity of all the proprietary of materials (including the materials the quantity of which cannot be checked after incorporation in the works) shall be recorded in measurement books and signed by the contractor and the Engineer-in-Charge as a check to ensure that the required quantity has been brought at site for incorporation in the work. (b) Materials brought to site shall be stored as directed by the Engineerin-Charge and shall be suitably marked for identification. (c) The contractor shall procure all the materials (where specific makes/manufacturer’s specified) directly from their manufacturers or from their authorised dealers only. The contractor shall ensure that the materials are brought to site, in original sealed containers/packing, bearing manufacturers marking except in the case of the requirement of material(s) being less than smallest packing. (d) The contractor shall produce to the GE original printed and machine numbered purchase vouchers/invoices including manufacturer’s test certificate (where applicable) for all the materials mentioned here-in-before in Special Conditions. Copies of orders placed on the manufacturer/authorised dealers shall also be provided by the contractor to GE along with above documents. Whenever procured and brought to site of work for incorporation in the work, a Xerox copy of such vouchers/invoices shall be stamped (office stamp) and defaced in ink by the Engineer-in-Charge stating "verified for materials purchased and brought to the site of work for incorporation in the work under this contract and signed with date before allowing payment for these materials is made through RAR. Payment for the materials shall neither be made in the RARs nor will these be allowed for incorporation in the work unless documents as stated above are produced by the contractor and are verified by the Engineer-in-Charge / GE. In case of any disputes on account of above decision of the AO shall be final and binding.

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CA No. CEAFU-31/2017-18 PARTICULAR SPECIFICATION (Contd) 1.5.7 (i)

EXCAVATION AND EARTH WORK All excavation and earth work as required shall be carried out as described in items of Sch ‘A’ specified here- in- after , in MORTH , in MES schedule Part-I 2009, shown on drawing and as directed.

(ii)

BAILING/PUMPING OF WATER All water that may accumulate in trenches etc., during the progress of work from rains/snow, sub soil water, spring etc. shall be bailed/pumped out or otherwise removed all as per clause 3.17 of MES SSR Part-I and nothing extra expert (as provided for vide special condition 3.11 on page 19 of MES SSR Part-II) shall be payable on this account. Contractor is therefore advised to ascertain level of sub soil water or any other season at site of work before tendering.

(iii) BLASTING: Blasting of rock/stone boulder/cement concrete etc. under the contract is totally prohibited but in that situation excavation shall be carried out to be carried out by the contractor by chiseling or any other agreed method as directed by GE. MATERIAL IN GENERAL 1.6

CEMENT

1.6.1

Contractor shall make his own arrangements to procure cement as specified here in after. The cost of cement, its transportation, storage, testing charges, its accounting and preservation etc. till consumed in work shall be borne by the contractor. Capacity of storage shed for cement shall be sufficient to store atleast 10 days requirement or as agreed by GE.

1.6.2

TYPE OF CEMENT Type of cement to be used in this contract shall be Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC), minimum grade 43, conforming to IS-8112-1989, unless otherwise specifically specified. Different type of cement if so required, as per contract provisions, shall also be arranged by contractor at no extra cost to Govt.

1.6.3

PROCUREMENT Cement procured by the contractor shall be from any of the main producers listed below. He shall procure it directly from the main producer as specified here-inafter. The particulars of the manufacturer of cement along with the date of manufacture shall be obtained from the contractor for each lot of cement separately, The documents in support of the purchase of cement shall be recorded and verified by GE and site staff.

FOR OPC :COMPANY NAME 1.

ADDRESS

M/s Ultra Tech Cement ‘B’ Wing, 2nd Floor, Mahakali Caves Road, Andheri Ltd. (East), Mumbai-400093 Brand “ULTRATECH” Ph: 022-66917800

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3.

M/s Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd. Brand “DALMIA CEMENT” M/s Zuari Cements Ltd Brand “ZUARI” Lafarge Cement (Lafarge indiaPvt ltd) Brand “LAFARGE” The Associated Cement Co. Ltd. Brand “ACC”

DalmiapuramDistt-Truchirappalli, 621651

Tamil

Nadu-

6..

Grasim Industries Ltd. Brand “GRASIM”

No 6, MC Nichols Road Chetpet Chennai-600031 Ph: 044-28363958/28365047 Cescenzo, 1004, B-Wing, 10th Floor, C-38/39, G Block, BandraKurla Complex, Bandra (East), Mumbai-400051 414-421, Splendor Forum (4th Floor), 3, District Centre, Jasola, New Delhi-110044 Ph: 011-46583600 Birlagram, Nagda, Madhya Pradesh, Pin -456331, Ph: 07366-246760/246766

7.

The India Cements Ltd.

Dhun Building, 827, Anna Salai, Chennai-600002

8.

Binani Cement Ltd. Brand “BINANI”

Mercantile Chambers, 12, J.N Heredia Marg, Ballard Estate, Mumbai-400001 Ph: 022-22690506/10

9.

Mangalam Cement Ltd. Brand “MANGALAM”

PO Adityanagar, Morak, Distt-kota, Rajasthan-326520 Ph: 9351468076

10.

Birla Corporation Ltd. Brand “BIRLA”

11.

Shree Cement Brand “SHREE”

Birla Building (3rd& 4th Floor) 9/1, R.N Mukherjee Road, Kolkata-700001 Ph: 033-30573700 Bangur Nagar, Beawar, Distt-Ajmer, Rajasthan305901

12.

J K Cement Brand “JK” JaypeeRewa Cements .Brand “JAYPEE” JK Lakshmi Cement Ltd. Brand “J K LAKSHMI” Ambuja Cement Ltd. Brand “AMBUJA”

4.

5.

13. 14. 15.

1.6.4

Kamla Tower Kanpur Ph No. 05122371478

Jaykaypuram, Distt-Sirohi, Rajasthan Ph: 02971-244409/10 Kodinar, PO-Ambuja nagar, Taluka-Kodinar, Distt Junagadh, Gujarat-362715 Ph: 02795-237000

Cement brought by the Contractor at site(s) of work shall be in jute/ polythene/ paper bags containing 50 Kg cement in each bag originally sealed by manufacturer. Before allowing any on account payment for materials at site, test check shall be carried out to ascertain average weight of cement per bag.

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TESTING OF CEMENT Cement brought to site of work shall remain the property of Govt. Contractor shall in no case, remove any bag of cement unless permitted in writing by GE. The manufacturer will carry out inspections and testing of cement in accordance with the relevant BIS provisions. The contractor shall submit Manufacturer’s Test Certificate in Original alongwith the Test Sheet giving the result of each physical test as applicable and chemical composition of the cement or authenticated copy thereof, duly signed by the manufacturer with each consignment. The Engr-inCharge shall record these details in the cement Acceptance Register, as given in Appx ‘A’ after due verification. In addition to manufacturer’s test certificate, GE shall also take random samples of cement drawn from various lots of each consignment as specified in IS Codes and as per MES Quality Assurance Manual and get them tested from any one of the laboratories i.e from SEMT wing Pune, Sriram Lab Delhi, IIT, or MES Command Test Laboratory(Udhampur), all as per IS-3535-1986, IS-4031 and IS-4032-1985. Irrespective of results, cost of materials for such samples, cost of requisite handling & conveyance and cost of testing etc. shall be borne by the contractor. Cement from each consignment shall be allowed to be incorporated in the work only after the GE is satisfied with the quality of cement brought by contractor.

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Cost of all tests including testing undertaken as per provision in clause 4.3.1 of SSR Part-I shall also be borne by the contractor. It shall be ensured that tested and un-tested cement is segregated and stored separately with distinct Identification. Cement of different brands shall be stacked separately.

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If the test result on samples of a particular consignment is not within acceptable limits, the matter shall be referred to the Accepting Officer, whose decision regarding acceptability of such cement with price adjustment or removal from the site shall be final and binding. Cement so rejected or any bag of cement in godown showing indication of any setting shall be segregated and removed by contractor from the site within a week’s time, with due permission of GE for their removal.

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Storage/consumption of Cement Cement in bags shall be stored in proper leak proof/ damp proof storage go-down, over at-least a 20 cm high dry platform minimum 60 cms, away from walls in such manner as to prevent deterioration due to moisture or intrusion of foreign matter, all as specified in clause 4.3.1 to 4.3.3. of SSR Part-I. Stacking of cement shall not be more than 10 bags high.

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For the purpose of keeping s record of cement procured and consumed in works, the contractor shall maintain a properly bound register in the form approved by the Engineer-in-Charge showing all procurements, quantity used in the work and balance in hand, at the end of each day and such other information as may be required to control the consumption of cement. Pages of the register shall be numbered and initialed by Engineer-in-Charge. This register shall be signed daily by the contractor or his representative in token of correctness of the entries made. In token to check, it shall be signed by MES rep also as follows :(a) Daily by JE (Civil) incharge of work. (b) Twice in a week by the Engineer-in-Charge.

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The said register shall remain at site of work, in the safe custody of the contractor and on demand shall be produced for verification of Inspecting Officer. On completion of the work, the register shall be returned to MES. The cement godown shall be provided with two locks on each door the key of one lock on each door shall remain with the Engineer-in-Charge or his authorised Representative and that of the other lock with the contractor’s authorised agent at site of work so that cement is removed from the godown according to daily requirements and with the knowledge of both the parties.

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Foregoing provisions shall not, however absolve the contractor of his responsibility of incorporating required quantity of cement in various items of works as per contract provision.

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Cement shall be used in order of which it is received. It shall be ensured that only one type / make of cement is used in any PQC/RCC Work.

1.6.7

Documentation The contractor shall submit original purchase vouchers from the manufacturer for the total quantity of cement supplied under each consignment to be incorporated in the work. All consignment received at the work site shall be inspected by the GE and the relevant documents before acceptance. The original vouchers and the test certificates shall be defaced, verified by the Engineer-in-Charge and kept on record in the office of the GE duly authenticated and with cross reference to the control number recorded in the Cement Acceptance Register. The Cement Acceptance Register will be signed by the JE (Civil), Engineer-in-Charge, GE and the Contractor. The Accepting Officer may order a Board of officers for random check of cement and verification of connected documents. The entire quantity of cement shall be suitably recorded in the Measurement Book also signed by Contractor for record purposes before incorporation in the work, as “Not to be abstracted” indicating the Voucher number with dates, quantity, date of manufacture/expiry date etc. it shall form the basis to allow advance on account through RARs.

1.7 1.7.1

BITUMEN Type of Bitumen :- Type of bitumen for use in various item of work shall be as below:Srl No. 1. 2.

Type of bitumen and grade VG-10 VG-30

3.

PMB-40 (E)

Use of bitumen in work Prime/Tack Coat Dense Bituminous Macadam/ Semi Dense Asphaltic Concrete Dense Asphaltic Concrete

Bitumen shall be procured from approved manufacturer given in Appx ‘F’ 1.7.2

REQUIREMENT OF PAVING BITUMEN VG-30: VG-30 paving bitumen for use in this work shall confirm to following requirement:Sl. Characteristics Required Method of test No Value 1 2 3 4 1. Absolute viscosity at 60 degree C, 3000 IS:1206 (Part 2) poises minimum (Part 2)

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Kinematic viscosity at 135 degree C, cSt, minimum Flash point (Cleveland open cup) degree C, minimum Solubility in trichloroethylene, percent, minimum Penetration at 25 deg C, 100g, 5s, 0.1mm Softening point(R & R) degree C, minimum Test on residue from thin film oven tests/ RTFOT (a)Viscosity ratio at 60 deg C, max

350 220

IS:1206 (Part 3) (Part 3) IS:1209

99

IS:1216

45

IS:1203

47

IS:1205

4.0

IS:1206 (Part2) IS:1208

(b)Ductility at 25 deg C CM, 40 minimum after thin film oven test

1.7.3

POLYMER MODIFIED BITUMEN (PMB) AND REQUIREMENT OF POLYMER MODIFIED BITUMEN (PMB) PMB – 40 (E) modified bitumen shall have minimum 85% elastic recovery, FRAASS breaking point (-)16 degrees centigrade and softening point 75 degree centigrade(This supersedes the relevant IS norms and other characteristics. PMB 40 (E) should conform to all relevant requirements and shall conform to all relevant requirements of IS 15462 - 2004. PMB 40 – shall be of plant / factory blended and no site blending will be permitted. During use, the requirements for viscosity, softening point, penetration and elastic recovery shall be tested as specified and conform to the requirements given in Tables mentioned under Clause No. 20.B.2.3.3 of SSR Part – I for Modifier. Base Bitumen for PMB shall be procured directly from Refinery of IOCL HPCL/BPCL or any PSU refinery by the company providing PMB 40(E) as listed in Appx ‘F’. The contractor shall produce machine numbered original vouchers from manufacturers for the full quantity required for the work. The contractor shall submit the test certificates for each consignment brought to site. The PMB-40 shall be conforming to following characteristics: Sl No. 1

Characteristics

Requirement

Penetration at 25 deg C, 0.1mm, 100 g, 30-50 5s

Method of test IS:1203

2

Softening point (R&B), deg C, Minimum 75

IS:1205

3

FRAASS breaking Maximum

IS:9381

4 5

Flash point COC, deg C, minimum Elastic recovery of halt thread in ductile meter at 15 deg C, percent, min Separation, difference in softening point (R & B), deg C, Max Viscosity at 150 deg C, poise

6 7

point

deg

C, -16

220 85 3 3-9

IS:1209 IS:15462, Annex ‘A’ IS:15462, Annex ‘B’ IS:1206

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1.7.4

Thin film over test and tests on residue (a)Loss in weight, percent, Max (b)Increase in softening point, deg C, Max (c)Reduction in penetration of residue at 25 deg C, percent Max (d)Elastic recovery of halt thread in ductilemeter at 25 deg c, percent, min

1.0 5

(Part 2) IS:9382 IS:9382 IS:1205

35

IS:1203

50

IS:15462 Annex ‘A’

TESTING OF PAVING BITUMEN AND PMB The contractor shall submit the test certificates for each consignment brought to site. The material shall also be tested at site in field laboratory at stipulated frequency as given below. Any test which is required to be carried out as per MES schedule/IS code, but cannot be performed at filed laboratory established by contractor, shall be carried out at approved laboratory (i.e. SEMT wing CME Pune, IIT Delhi & IIT Roorkee) and expenditure of such test shall be borne by the contractor. In addition the GE may also get it tested independently from approved laboratories mentioned here-in-above. The contractor shall provide all facilities like material, transportation of material to laboratory etc. for testing by the department. The test charges shall be borne by the contractor. SrlN o. 1 1.

2.

Material

Test

2 Paving bitumen

3 Penetration test Softening point test

Modified bitumen

Softening Point

Frequency(Minimum) 4 Number of samples percent and test as per IS : 73

Initially on submission there after for each lot o o Penetrationat25 Cand4 C -doElastic Recovery -doDuctility -doFlash Point -doFraass Breaking Initially on submission and for every 500 T thereafter Viscosityat150oC Initially on submission thereafter for each lot and daily when work is in progress. Thin film oven test, Initially on submission and penetration, softening for every 500 T there after point, elastic recovery of residue, loss on heating Dynamic shear, Initially on submission and G*/Sinø, min 1.00 kPa, for every 500 T as per AS test temp @10 rad/s deg TMD 7175. C

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Supply of Bitumen

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VG-10: -Bitumen VG-10 required for this work shall be supplied by contractor in bulk containers or drums upto 200kg as supplied by oil PSU’s, dully marked & indicated/printed on each container, Name of manufacturer, batch number, date of manufacture, type of bitumen, grade of bitumen etc. bitumen shall be procured from approved manufacturer listed in Appx ‘‘F’’. The contractor shall verify & ascertain from the manufacturer for supply in bulk containers or packed drums for the site of work, which is located in high altitude remote area having restriction & transportation difficulties, transportation time accordingly plan for procurement of bitumen in bulk or loose containers.

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Supply of Bitumen VG-30: - Bitumen VG-30 required for this work shall be supplied by contractor in bulk containers or packed drums upto 200kg as supplied by oil PSU’s, dully marked & indicated/printed on each container Name of manufacturer, batch number, date of manufacture, type of bitumen, grade of bitumen etc. bitumen shall be procured from approved manufacturer listed in Appx ‘‘F’’. The contactor shall procured sufficient quantity of bitumen and stocked at site timely so that DBM work is carried out as per agreed schedule.

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Storage of Bitumen: -The contractor shall provide & established proper shed for storage of bitumen & ensure that the bitumen is protected against environmental effect & do not loose its properties & specification during storage period. Contactor shall ensure regular supply & regular use of bitumen as per the requirement & planning of work at site. Bitumen in packed drums will be used in work after heating of drums in drum decanting plant listed in T&P in Sch ‘A’ Notes at Srl No 4.1.5 (i) and 4.2.6 (i).

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Supply of Bitumen PMB 40(E): - Bitumen PMB 40(E) required for this work shall be supplied by contractor in bulk containers duly marked & indicated/printed containers, Name of manufacturer, batch number, date of manufacture, type of bitumen, grade of bitumen etc. bitumen shall be procured from approved manufacturer listed in Appx ‘‘F’’. The blended/modified bitumen shall be handled/used as per specification given in IRC SP:53 2010 as amended .The Elastic recovery and Softening point of PMB 40(E) as 85 and 75respectively shall be ensured and order will be placed on the companies as listed.

1.7.6

DOCUMENTATION The contractor shall submit original purchase vouchers from the manufacturer for the total quantity of bitumen supplied under each consignment to be incorporated in the work. All consignment received at the work site shall be inspected by the GE and the relevant documents before acceptance. The original vouchers and the test certificates shall be defaced, verified by the Engineer-in-Charge and kept on record in the office of the GE duly authenticated and with cross reference to the control number recorded in the bitumen Acceptance Register. The bitumen Acceptance Register will be signed by the JE (Civil), Engineer-in-Charge, GE and the Contractor. The Accepting Officer may order a Board of officers for random check of bitumen and verification of connected documents. The entire quantity of cement shall be suitably recorded in the Measurement Book also signed by Contractor for record purposes before incorporation in the work, as “Not to be abstracted” indicating the Voucher number with dates, quantity, date of manufacture/expiry date etc. it shall form the basis to allow advance on account through RARs.

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STEEL AND REINFORCEMENT : As specified in clauses 14 here in after.

1.9

AGGREGATE:-Coarse aggregate & fine aggregate required for the work shall be all as specified in IS :383, MORTH & Schedule ‘A’ or any richer specification given here after in tender.

1.9.1

Source of Aggregate: - Contractor shall verify & ascertain suitable quarry for availability of adequate quantity of stone of required standard & specification & acquire the private or govt approved quarries after obtaining necessary permission & license for mining, crushing & clearance of environment authority. No source of aggregate/stone is available within MOD land.

1.9.2

Crushing of Aggregate:- Contractor shall establish cone type crushers minimum 2 Nos, 100 cum/hr capacity for crushing of stone for production of aggregate of required size & specification. Contractor shall make adequate arrangement for continuous supply of aggregate from crushing site to the construction site The contractor may also directly purchase the Aggregates from the existing crushers who have established cone crushers for production of Aggregates.

1.9.3

1.9.4

Fine Aggregate:-Fine aggregate for use in work shall confirm to specification & standard laid under in IS: 383 and MORTH or any richer specification given here after in tender. Also Refer Appx ‘E’. Water: As specified in clauses here in before / after.

1.9.5

All other materials : As specified in clauses here in before / after.

1.10

SCOPE OF WORK The scope of work under this contract comprises of full, final and entire completion of work as described in different parts of schedule `A' specified in these particular specifications general specifications , MES Schedule part-I 2009 , shown on drawing and as directed.

2.0

EXCAVATION & EARTH WORK (OTHER THEN RUNWAY WORK)

2.1

Excavation shall be carried out all as specified in the respective Sch ‘A’ Items.

2.2

Rate quoted by the contractor shall be deemed to include for bailing, pumping & dewatering of foundation, trenches if water is met with or accumulated from any source other than that specified in Clause 3.1 of MES Schedule Part I. No price adjustment shall be made on this account.

2.3

Filling in trenches, in embankment etc. shall be done in layer as specified here-inafter with approved earth / soil obtained from excavation of foundation and excavation over areas.

2.4

All surplus soil from excavation shall be disposed off at a distance as mentioned in the respective item of Sch ‘A’ and as directed by the Engineer-in-charge.

2.5 2.5.1

Filling in trenches/ under floors and removal of surplus spoil: The approved earth obtained from excavation in foundations shall be used for filling in trenches, under floor and any other situation as specified after removing big stones, grass roots and vegetable moulds and other organic matter Earth mixed with small stones/pebbles (if approved by GE) is permitted for use in

2.5.2

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2.5.3

filling under floors and foundations. The filling around pipes, after the pipes are laid and tested shall however be with earth free from pebbles/stones. Any additional earth, required for the purpose of filling, shall be arranged by the contractor at no extra cost to the department. Filling under floor/sides of trenches shall be in layers not exceeding 25 cm thick layer and each layer shall be watered and well rammed.

2.5.4

Surplus spoil shall be removed and spread at places as directed by the Engineer-inCharge, to a distance exceeding 1.50 Kilometer, but not exceeding 5.00 Kilometre inside and outside MD Land and levelled as directed by the Engineer-in-Charge.

2.5.5

If additional earth (soil) is required for filling in trenches and under floors, approved earth shall be obtained by the contractor under his own arrangements outside MD land without any extra cost. BRICK WORK. MATERIALS. BRICKS. Bricks shall be kiln burnt sub class ‘B’ locally available best quality conforming to the samples kept in GE’s office. Unless specified otherwise in Schedule ‘A’/ Notes on drawings, brick shall have minimum crushing strength of 75 Kg/Sqcm. Water absorption of bricks shall not exceed 20% when tested in accordance with IS: 3495. Sampling and testing of bricks shall be carried out as per IS 3495 and IS 3454. The size of bricks shall be 230 mm x 115 mm x 75 mm. The tolerance in the dimensions shall be + 8 percent.

2.6 2.6.1 2.6.2

3

CONCRETE WORK (OTHER THEN RUNWAY WORK)

3.1

GENERAL

3.1.1

Where there is a discrepancy between the number of reinforcement bars as marked on the drawings and the number of bars as worked out from the C/C spacing shown on drawings, the later shall prevail. The number of reinforcement bars in the RCC slab etc. shall be worked out considering the span between C/C of supports.

3.1.2

Wherever nomenclatures of structural slabs (e.g. S-1, S-2 etc.) is given in the RCC plans the details of reinforcement for such slabs shall be as given for slabs of the same nomenclature elsewhere, if not given in the same drawings.

3.1.3

RCC chajjas where shown on a architectural plan/ cross section shall be provided even if not marked on the structural plan/ section.

3.2. 3.2.1

Schedule of supply The contractor shall ensure that procurement action is taken immediately after acceptance of the contract so as to adhere to schedule of activities as per CPM Net Work.

3.2.2

The periodicity of striking the form work and curing for works with ordinary Portland cement, Portland slag cement shall be as stipulated in clause 10.3 and 12.5 of IS-456 of 2000.

3.3

Aggregate: Aggregate for concrete work shall conform to specifications all as specified in clauses 4.4.1 to --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- of MES Schedule Part-I.

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Fine aggregate (Sand). Grading for fine aggregate shall be within the limits of grading zones I to III as given in clause --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- of MES Schedule Part – I.

3.3.2

Coarse Aggregate: Unless otherwise specified in these particular specifications, coarse aggregate for all concrete work in all situations shall be graded crushed stone aggregate of approved quality.

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Grading of Coarse Aggregate: Graded aggregate of nominal size given here in under shall be used unless specified otherwise in the specifications here in after. (a) Reinforced cement concrete (i) For members of depth/thickness more than and including 100 mm

20 mm

(ii) For members of depth/thickness less than 100mm

12.5 mm

Note: However in no case the nominal size of aggregate shall be greater than onefourth the minimum size of the member. (b) Plain cement concrete (i) Under 30 mm thickness

12.5mm

(ii) 30 to 80 mm thickness

20mm

(iii) Exceeding 80 mm thickness

40mm

3.4

WATER: Water shall conform to the requirements stipulated in IS-456-2000.

3.5

ADMIXTURE: Admixture, if used shall conform to the requirements stipulated in clause 5.5 of IS 456-2000 and as per IS 9103.

3.6

IMPORTANT REQUIREMENTS FOR M-30/M-25 (DESIGN MIX WHERE DESCRIBED IN ITEM SCH ‘A’) :

3.6.1

Characteristic compressive strength of cubes after 28 days shall be 30 N/mm2 for M-30 and 25 N/mm2 for M-25 design mix. Design mix shall be made as per clause 16 and table 11 of IS 456-2000. Max water cement ratio for M25 shall be 0.45 and M30 it shall be 0.42. Exposure condition shall be moderate for design mix.

3.6.2

At the time of tendering, the contractor after taking into account the type of aggregate, plant and method of laying, he intends to use, shall allow for the aggregate cement ratio which he considers will achieve the strength requirement specified and will produce workability which will enable concrete to be properly compacted for its full depth.

3.6.3

Actual proportion of cement aggregate and water to obtain the required strength shall be determined by actual design as specified here in after and the contractor shall provide the same during execution of work. No adjustment in prices shall be made for variation in cement/aggregates ratios.

3.6.4

Minimum cement content shall be as under :M-25 Design Mix- 360 Kg/Cum, M-30 Design Mix- 380 Kg/Cum. However, if

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cement content works out higher than as stated above during actual design mix, the contractor shall provide higher cement without any extra cost to Govt. If cement content works out lower than as stated above, during actual design mix, the contractor shall provide minimum cement content as stated above without any extra cost to Govt. 3.6.5

Engineer-in-Charge shall maintain a record of actual consumption of cement in a proper register (other than cement register maintained as per clause --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- to --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- and condition 25 of Special Conditions) and initial the entry for every change in quantity of material.

3.6.6

Design of Mix Concrete (i) As soon as possible after receiving the order to commence work, the design of concrete mix shall be got done from NIT/IIT’s/CRRI/SEMT wing of CME Puneand same shall be verified at site by trial mix method. Cost of designing of mix concrete shall be borne by the contractor. (ii) From each trial mix, nine number preliminary test cubes of size 15 x 15 x 15 cms shall be made and tested in accordance with IS-516. Three of these cubes shall be tested at seven days (i.e., on 8th day from the date of casting) and another three at 28th day (i.e., 29th day from the date of casting) and the remaining three cubes of the finally approved mix shall be preserved by the GE for one year after completion of work for test in case of subsequent check. (iii) The test after seven days is intended only to give early indication of possible relations from the required strength. However, acceptance of design mix shall be based on 28 days strength. If the difference between highest and lowest values of 28 days from any one trial mix is more than 15 percent of the average strength of three cubes, testing is to be discarded and a further trial mix shall be made. Any cube of mix not found satisfactory will be destroyed. (iv) On the results of the above tests, the mixes actually to be used are to be agreed to and approved by the CWE. (v) The approval of the CWE will not absolve the contractor of his responsibility for obtaining the required minimum strength. (vi) All tests in support of mix design shall be maintained as a record for the contract.

3.6.7

MIXING OF CONCRETE (i) The contractor shall use power driven Automatic Concrete mixing & weigh Batching Plant of approved type for mixing. The cement coarse and fine aggregate for mixing of cement concrete shall be put in the hopper after measuring the same by weigh batching. Water shall be either measured by volume in calibrated tanks or weighed. All measuring equipments shall be maintained in a clean and serviceable condition and their accuracy shall be periodically checked. The period of mixing shall not be less than 2 minutes after adding all the materials in drum and shall continue till the resulting concrete is uniform in appearance. (ii) Quantity of concrete mixed in any one batch shall not exceed the rated capacity

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of the mixer. The whole of the mixed batch shall be removed before adding new batch. Concrete mixed above shall not be modified by adding of water or otherwise in order to facilitate handling or for any other purpose.

(iii) On cessation of work and other stoppages exceeding 20 minutes, the mixer and other plant used for wet mix shall be thoroughly washed with clean water. Pick up and throw over blades in the drums of the mixer which are worn down 20 mm or made in depths shall be replaced with new blades. 3.6.8

Placing and Compaction of Concrete. (i) Concrete shall be transported in transit mixer without delay and incorporated in works at the position of laying within 20 minutes from the time of discharge from the mixer. (ii) Mixed concrete shall be deposited in final position and solidly packed around reinforcement, carefully poured and consolidated by means of portable vibrators or mechanically operated and the kind as suitable for a particular situation as directed by the GE. Care shall be exercised that no voids or honey comb pockets are formed. The concrete shall not be laid in position for more than 1 meter in height in one concrete operation.

3.6.9

Water Cement Ratio:- The water cement ratio for the concrete shall be as per IS: 456. However Max water cement ratio for M25 shall be 0.45 and M30 it shall be 0.42 To achieve this water cement ratio, the moisture contents in respect of coarse aggregate and fine aggregate shall be tested and kept on record. The frequency of testing of moisture contents in respect of coarse aggregate and fine aggregate shall be decided by Engineer-in-Charge depending upon site conditions. The amount of water required shall be adjusted depending upon the result of tests for moisture contents. For determination of moisture content in aggregate IS: 2386 (Part III) may be referred to.

3.6.10

Acceptance Criteria for Concrete:- The criteria for acceptance of the concrete shall be as given in IS: 456 (Code of practice for plain and reinforced concrete). The maximum frequency for the work tests shall be as specified therein or samples taken from concrete poured in operations as specified in clause here in after which ever more.

3.6.11

Tests :- The following tests shall be carried out during the execution of work. Tests shall be carried out in accordance with IS: 1199. The contractor shall provide all facilities and equipment for casting and curing of test cubes and conveyance of test cubes and other material for testing purpose to MES Laboratory, the cost for the same shall be borne by the contractor. However, testing charges to be levied from contractor for tests carried out in MES laboratory shall be as per clause given in the special conditions. (i) Slump Test :-The frequency of the test shall be decided by the GE. The slump for the vibrated concrete may be 1 inch to 3 inches maximum. The GE, however, reserves the right to vary the limit, which will be ascertained at the time of deciding the mix design for each grade. Any batch from which a slump test is being made shall not be transferred to the places of laying until the slump in excess of that required shall not be consumed and removed from the site.

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(ii) Compression Test : A group of nine test cubes (15 cm x 15 cm x 15 cm) shall be taken out at the following stages of work: - RCC Foundation, Wall & Slab. Note: The frequency may be increased as considered necessary by the GE. (iii) Three cubes shall be tested at 7 days and three at 28 days for compressive strength and the remaining three cubes shall be kept as reserved exclusively for subsequent testing if so desired by GE and preserved for one year from completion of work under the contract. The contractor shall not object testing of other cubes for a purpose as a matter of right. (iv) For the purpose of subsequent identification, test cubes shall be cross-referred and record of this maintained and signed by the Engineer-in-Charge and contractor or his authorized representative. (v) Test report will be signed jointly by the Engineer-in-Charge and the contractor. (vi) Acceptance/Rejection of concrete: - Any concrete not acceptable after taking into consideration the criteria stated in IS: 456, shall be rejected. The contractor shall replace such concrete at his own expenses. (vii) When defective or rejected work cannot be replaced due to any reasons whatsoever, (decision of Accepting officer in this respect shall be final and binding) the cost of removal and replacement of the rejected concrete including the joints shall be recovered from the contractor whether it is subsequently replaced by the Govt or not. (viii) Bulking of sand (ix) Impurities of sand (x) Sieve analysis of aggregate

Test shall be carried out as per IS: 383.

3.7

CURING : The concrete shall be protected from premature drying for at least 8 days after pouring and shall be cured as directed by the E-I-C for a period of not less than 14 days.

3.8

FORM WORK :

3.8.1

Form work shall comply with requirements of para --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- to --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- and 7.15.1. to 7.15.12 of MES Sch (Part-I).

3.8.2

From work shall be of steel. In case of any deviation involving form work, the pricing shall be done on the basis of timber form work. Timber form work shall be such as to give rough finish surface of concrete as specified in clause 7.15.2(a) of MES Sch Part-I.

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BLANK

5.0

RUNWAY(OVERLAY/NEW DISPERSAL/T AXI TRACK OVERLAY/TAXI TRACK WIDENING)

5.1

Earth Work and Excavation Resurfacing of runway and links / widening Links/ New Dispersal.

5.1.1

Excavation shall consist of excavation, removal & satisfactory disposal of materials as included in relevant schedule and with all lift necessary for the reconstruction and extension of Runway, hard standing, taxi tracks, existing roads, aprons, bituminous shoulders and other works meeting requirements of specifications here-in-after and lines, grades and cross sections or as indicated/directed. This works shall include the hauling and stacking of or hauling to sites of embankment and sub grade construction of suitable cut materials in the specified manner and the trimming and finishing of the ground to the specified dimensions & as directed.

5.1.2

Construction operations shall be as under: -

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Setting Out After the site has been cleared, the limits of excavation shall be set true to lines, curves, slopes, grades and sections as shown on the drawings or as directed. The contractor shall provide all labour, survey instruments and materials such as strings, pegs, nails etc, required in connection with setting out of works and the establishment of benchmarks. The contractor shall be responsible for the maintenance of benchmarks and other marks of stakes for the period as directed by the GE.

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Surface Dressing As directed at site, the top soil including grass existing over sites of excavation shall be dressed not exceeding a depth of 15 cm and excavated material shall be disposed as ordered and there after new levels shall be taken for working purpose.

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Excavation Existing levels of the area will be taken using total station survey equipment jointly by the contractor and the department. Desired profile after completion of survey work shall be provided by the contractor as per slope provided in drg in consultation with GE, accordingly all excavation shall be carried out in the conformity with the directions laid hereunder and in a manner approved by GE. The work shall be so done that suitable materials available from excavation are satisfactorily utilized as decided by GE before hand. While planning or executing excavations, the contractor shall take all adequate precautions against soil erosion, water pollutions etc. as directed by GE. The excavation shall conform to the lines grades, sides slopes and levels, shown on the drawing and as directed by GE. The contractor shall not excavate outside the slopes or below the established grades or loosen any material outside the limits of excavation subject to the permitted tolerance. Any excess depth excavated below the specified levels shall be made good at the cost and arrangement of the contractor with suitable material of similar characteristics and compacted to the requirements as decided and directed by GE. All debris and loose material on the slopes of cuttings shall be removed all as directed. No back filling shall be allowed to obtain required slopes except that when boulders or soft materials are encountered in cut slopes these shall be excavated to the approved depth as directed and the resulting cavities filled with suitable material and thoroughly compacted as directed.

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DISPOSAL OF EXCAVATED MATERIAL : Where the excavated materials is directed to be used in the construction of embankment, it shall be directly deposited at the required location complying with the requirements of embankment and sub grade that the capacity of cutting, haulage and compaction equipment is nearly the same. Excavated material containing boulders should be screened only good earth without boulders shall be used in shoulder/embankment filling.

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PREPARATION OF CUT FORMATION The cut formation, which serves as a foundation base, shall be prepared to proper line and level as directed by GE. Any loose pockets shall be well compacted. Any unsuitable material encountered at the formation level shall be removed to a depth indicated by the GE and replaced with suitable material as approved and directed by GE and compacted in accordance with embankment and sub grade construction.

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FINISHING OPERATION Finishing operation shall include the work of properly shaping and dressing all excavated surfaces. The finished cut formation surface shall not vary from those calculated with reference to the profile as directed by the GE not beyond the tolerance of 20mm to 25mm.

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METHODS, TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT Only such methods, tools and equipment as approved by GE shall be adopted/used in the work as directed by the GE, the contractor shall demonstrate the efficiency of the type of equipment to be used before the commencement of work.

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MEASUREMENT FOR PAYMENT Earthwork in excavation shall be measured by taking cross sections at intervals as decided by GE in writing in the original position before the work starts and after its completion and computing the volumes in cubic meters by method of Prismoidal rule. However this interval shall not exceed more than 3 (three) metre. Where it is not feasible to compute volumes by this method because of erratic location of isolated deposits, the volumes shall be computed by other accepted methods as approved by GE. The contractor shall leave depth indicators during excavations of such shape and size and in such positions as directed so as to indicate the original ground level as accurately as possible. The contractor shall be responsible to keep these intact till the final measurements are taken. Works involved in the preparation of sub-grade on cut formation shall be considered, as incidentally to this item and no extra payment shall be made on this account to the contractor.

5.2

FORMING EMBANKMENT.

5.2.1

General: Embankment Work shall be carried out all as described in the clause 3.22 of MES Schedule Part-I and as specified here-in-after.

5.2.2

Scope: The work shall consist of laying and compacting a sub-base in single or more layers with approved earth available at site inconformity with the specifications and as directed by the GE. Successive layers shall not be placed until the lower layer has been thoroughly compacted to satisfy the density requirements.

5.2.3

Samples of earth obtained from site intended to be used for embankment in sub-base shall be tested in the laboratory and on site as a routine for the following properties. These tests shall be carried out in accordance with

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the procedure laid down in IS: 2720 (relevant part)- “Method of Tests for Soils”:Sieve analysis Liquid limit Plastic limits Determination of the modified standard proctor density and corresponding optimum moisture content. Natural moisture content Deleterious constituents. Field dry density & moisture.CBR at site lab & field ‘K’ value at field. 5.2.4

Expansive clay exhibiting marked swell and shrinkage properties (“free swelling index” exceeding 50 per cent when tested as per IS: 2720 – Part 40) shall not be used as a fill material. Where expansive clay with acceptable “free swelling index” value is used as a fill material, sub-grade and top 500 mm portion of the embankment just below sub-grade shall be non-expansive in nature.

5.2.5

Any fill material with a soluble sulphate content exceeding 1.9 grams of sulphate (expressed as SOR3R) per litre when tested in accordance with BS: 1377, Part3, Test 10, but using a 2:1 water soil ratio shall not be deposited within 500m or other distance described in the contract, of concrete, cement bound materials or other cementations materials forming part of the Permanent Works.

5.2.6

Materials with a total sulphate content (expressed as SOR3R) exceeding 0.5 percent by mass, when tested in accordance with BS: 1377, Part-3, Test 9 shall not be deposited within 500mm, or other distances described in the Contract, of metallic items forming part of the Permanent Works.

5.2.7

The size of the coarse material in the mixture shall ordinarily not exceed 75mm when being placed in the embankment and 50mm when placed in the sub-grade. However, the GE may at his discretion permit the use of material coarser than this also if he is satisfied that the same will not present any difficulty as regard s the placement of fill material and its compaction to the requirements of these specifications. The maximum particle size shall not be more than two-thirds of the compacted layer thickness.

5.2.8 Ordinarily, only the materials satisfying the density requirements given in Table 300-1 of MORTH shall be employed for the construction of the embankment and the sub-grade. 5.2.9 In addition to tests prescribed here-in-before samples of earth to be used in the top 50 cm of the embankment shall be tested in the laboratory for the determination of CBR value at 100% maximum modified proctor density and optimum moisture content, after soaking the samples in water for four days. 5.2.10

COMPACTION REQUIREMENTS FOR EMBANKMENT AND SUBGRADE

SlNo

Type of work /material

1 2

Sub-grade Embankment

Relative compaction as percentage of max laboratory dry density as per IS:2720 (Part 8) Not less than 98. Not less than 97.

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Earthen shoulders Expansive Clays

Notlessthan95.

a. Sub-gradeand500mm portion Not allowed. just be low the sub-grade b. Remaining portion of Not less than 95. embankment 5.2.11 For wet conditions, benches with slightly inward fall and subsoil drains at the lowest point shall be provided as per the drawings, before the fill is placed against sloping ground. 5.2.12 Where the contract requires construction of transverse subsurface drain at the cutfill interface, work on the same shall be carried out to Clause 309 of MORTH in proper sequence with the embankment and sub-grade work as approved by the GE. 5.2.13Rolling and Compaction: --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Immediately after spreading, grading and leveling of the material, each layer shall be consolidated with vibratory roller of 80 to 100 KN static weight with plain or pad foot drum or hereby pneumatic tyred roller of adequate capacity capable of achieving required compaction as approved by GE immediately after the mix is laid and spread to grade. Successive layers shall not be placed until the lower layer has been thoroughly compacted to satisfy the density requirements and all quality control shall be tested as per requirement of the specifications. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Rolling shall commence at edges and progress towards the center, except at super elevated portions where it shall commence at the inner edge and progress outer edge. During rolling the surface shall be frequently checked for grade and cross fall (camber) and any irregularities corrected by loosening the material and removing/adding fresh material. Compaction shall continue until the density/achieved is at least 98% of the maximum dry density for the material determined in accordance with IS 2720 (Part VIII). --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- During rolling it shall be ensured that roller does not bear directly on hardened or partially hardened treated material previously laid other than water may be necessary for achieving the specified compaction at the joint. The final surface shall be well closed, free from movement under compaction planes, ridges, cracks or loose material. All loose or segregated or otherwise defective areas shall be made good to the full thickness of the layer and re- compacted. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- The field density of compacted layer shall be measured by “Sand Replacement Method” as specified in IS: 2720 (Part XXVIII). --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Surface Finish: (i) The finished surface shall be true to level and conform to the lines, grades, camber and dimension as directed. The finished surface shall be true to level, grade and camber, when as straight edge of 3 meters length is placed longitudinally or transversally. The maximum undulations shall not be more than 15mm longitudinally and 12 mm in the transverse direction. The maximum number of undulations exceeding 18 mm in any 300 meters length shall not exceed30. Undulations of size bigger than that specified above shall be made good after loosening earth and adding/removing material sand re-compacting to the required density under OMC conditions.

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(ii) Horizontal alignment: Horizontal alignments shall be reckoned with respect to the centerline of the Runway, taxi-track and aprons as shown on the drawings. The edges as constructed shall be correct within a tolerance of +10mm there from. (iii)Longitudinal profile: The level of the sub grade and different pavement courses as constructed, shall not vary from those calculated with reference to the longitudinal and cross profile drawn or as directed by the GE within the tolerance mentioned below: (a) Sub-grade +20mm -25mm (b) Sub-base +10mm (iv) Surface Regularity of Sub-grade and Pavement Course: The surface regularity of completed sub grade and sub base in the longitudinal and transverse directions shall be within the tolerance indicated below in the table. The longitudinal profile shall be checked with a 3 metre long straight edge, at the middle of each 3 metre longitudinal strip along a line parallel to the centerline of that particular type of construction. The transverse profile shall be checked with a set of camber boards at intervals of 10 meters. (v) Permitted Tolerance of Surface Irregularity for Sub- Grade and Sub- Base shall be as under: Sl No

1 1. 2.

Type of Longitudinal profile with 3 meters construction straight edge Maximum Maximumnumberof permissible undulationpermitted undulation(m inany300metrelengt m) hexceeding 10mm 12 mm 2 3 4 5 Earthen sub 24 30 grade Moorum/GSB 15 30 /WMM subbase

Cross profile Maximum permissible variation from specified profile under camber template (mm) 6 15 12

TEST ON EARTH WORK FOR EMBANKMENT (a) MATERIAL Sl No . 1.

Test

Test method

Frequency (minimum)

Sieve analysis (Gradation)

1 test per 250 cum soil.

2.

Sand Content

3.

Plasticity test

4.

Density test

5.

Deleterious Content Test

IS:2720 (Part IV) IS: 2720 (Part IV) IS: 2720 (Part V) IS: 2720 (Part VIII) IS: 2720

2 test per 3000 cum of soil. 2 test per 3000 cum of soil. 2 test per 3000 cum of soil. As and when required by GE

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6. 7.

8.

(Part XXVII) Moisture content test IS: 2720 1 test for every 250 cum of soil. (Part II) CBR test on materials to be IS: 2720 1 test for every 3000 cum of soil incorporated in the sub grade or (Part XVI) and one test of every 100m length soaked/ unsoaked samples. of existing runway portion after excavation, watering, rolling of sub grade Plate load test for IS:2720 One test at every 100 m for new determination of K value rigid and widening portion ORP/Link / Dispersal areas (b) COMPACTION CONTROL:-

(i) Control shall be exercised by taking at least one measurement of density for each 1000 square metre of compacted area , or closer as required to yield the minimum number of test results for evaluating a day’s work on statistical basis. The determination of density shall be in accordance with [IS:2720(Part XXVIII)].Test locations shall be chosen only through and on sampling techniques. Control shall not be based on the result of any one test but on the mean value of asset of 5-10 density determinations. The number of tests in one set of measurements shall be five as long as it is felt that sufficient control over borrow material and the method of compaction is being exercised. If considerable variations are observed between individual density results, the minimum be retests in one set of measurement shall be increased as per MORTH. The acceptance of work shall be subject to as per able300-2of MORTH. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Rate: The quoted rates of relevant items of schedule shall deemed to be inclusive of the Cost of all materials , plant , machinery and labour required for all the operations as described above including all cartages, leads and lifts. 5.2.15 Measurement: --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- The initial levels shall be taken at fixed interval of 10 metre or less as directed by the GE longitudinally as well as transversally. These levels shall be recorded in field books and plotted on plan before start of work both duly signed by the Engineer-in-Charge and the contractor in token of acceptance. If the work of levelling is carried out using total station in such case computer printout duly bonded will serve as field book/level book. After completion of work i.e. compaction of soil upto required level gradient and camber, the final levels shall be taken at grid points, where previously the ground levels were taken in the presence of contractor or his authorized representative and his dated signatures obtained on the level book in token of his acceptance. These levels shall make the basis of payment. The quantity shall be computed in cubic meters from cross-sections after compaction. The quantity for payment shall be the theoretical quantity (based on formation levels) or actual quantity (based on actual levels) whichever is less. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- The initial levels duly plotted as “longitudinal section” & “cross section” duly signed by Engineer-in- Charge, GE & Contractor shall be forwarded to Accepting Officer within a week of finalization of the levels in the soft copy as well as hard copy in excel sheet. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =--

Computation of quantities can be made using prismoidal formula in excel sheet,

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random check of quantity calculated by software shall be made by GE to satisfy himself correctness of quantity worked out by software. 5.2.16 SOIL STABLISATION FOR SUB BASE : 5.2.17 Scope Of work: - If K value of sub-base on compaction is less than designed value then existing soil of 250 mm thickness shall be stabilized with minimum 2% of cement or as per design mix whichever is higher. The work shall consist of laying and compacting a sub-base course of soil treated with minimum 2% cement of weight of soil on prepared sub grade/sun-base, in accordance with the requirements of theses Deviation shall be priced at market Rate, specifications and directed by Engineer In Charge. 5.2.18 Material: - The material shall be as per clause no 403.2 of MORTH and cement for soil stabilisation shall be OPC-43 grade /PPC-43 Grade as per IS. Grading limits of material for stabilisation with cement shall conform to table 400-4 of MORTH 5.2.19 Quantity of Cement in cement-soil stabilisation Mix: - The Quantity of Cement in cement-soil stabilisation Mix shall conform to the requirements of clause 403.2.5 of MORTH. 5.2.20 Water: - Water shall conform to the requirement stipulated in clause 403.2.7 of MORTH. 5.2.21 Construction Operation: - The construction operation of GSB shall be carried out as described in clause 403.3 of MORTH. 5.2.22 Surface finish: - The surface finish of construction shall conform to the requirements of clause 902. 5.2.23 Strength and quality control: - Control on the quality of material and works shall be exercised by the Engr-in-charge in accordance with section 900 of MORTH. 5.2.24 Arrangement for traffic:-During the period of construction, arrangement for the traffic shall be provided and maintained in accordance with clause No 112 of MORTH. 5.2.25 Measurements of payment:- Soil stabilisation shall be measured as finished work in position in cubic meters as per clause No 403.7 of MORTH

5.3ROLLING AND CONSOLIDATION OF FORMATION SURFACES 5.3.1 The earth formation for pavements of controlled quality concrete and earth in shoulders shall be compacted with power roller suitable compacting plants/machineries to the required gradient and camber and thorough compaction. Depressions which occur during rolling shall be filled in by the contractor with approved earth at his own expense. Watering shall be done before or during the rolling as directed by Engineer-in-Charge, whether the formation surface is in filling or in cutting. 5.3.2 The formation shall be passed by the Engineer-in-Charge subject to the condition that the compacted layer attains a dry density (in the field under suitable moisture condition) of 98 percent of the dry density achieved in the laboratory at OMC(as per IS 2720 Part VII 1980).

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5.3.3 Field dry density of the compacted earth shall be found by core cutting method all as specified in IS-2720 (Part XXVIII). Number of tests shall be made all as directed by GE and results shall be recorded. The equipments for dry density test of compacted earth shall be arranged by the contractor at his own cost. 5.3.4 Trial compaction shall be done on a tested area of as specified. The top soil shall be removed and fresh approved earth shall be filled and spread over this area. Each layer shall not be more that 25 cm. The test layer shall then be compacted with 8 to 10 ton power roller including vibratory rollers and the mean dry density to the full depth determined over the range of about 4 to 16 passes. The number of passes required is dependent upon the weight and type of roller employed in accordance with IS-2720 (Part XXVIII) and the mean of 5 determinations shall be obtained for earth compaction conditions. The mean dry densities shall be plotted against the number of roller passed. From this graph approximate number of passes required for compaction shall be determined to obtain the specified dry density. A record of this trial compaction shall be kept in test registers. 5.3.5 Contractor shall employ and use necessary compaction equipments, rollers including vibratory rollers and other suitable and approved plants & machineries so as to ensure compaction of sub grade to such an extent that design soaked CBR value of 6% is achieved during construction by conducting appropriate field laboratory tests. Engineer-inCharge and GE will pass this stage in Stage Passing Register only after satisfying.

5.4GRANULAR SUB BASE (GSB) 5.4.1 Scope Of work: - The work shall consist of laying and compacting well-graded material on prepared sub grade in accordance with the requirement of these specification and described in Sch A. The material shall be laid in one or more layers as sub base or lower sub-base and upper sub-base as specified, shown on drawing and directed by Engineer In Charge. 5.4.2 Material:-The material to be used for the work shall be of grading II as described in para 401.2, 401.2.1, 401.2.2 and table 400-1 of MORTH. Also Refer Appx ‘E’. 5.4.3 Physical requirement: - The physical requirement for materials for GSB shall be as for table 400-2 for MORTH. 5.4.4Construction Operation: - The construction operation of GSB shall be carried out as described in clause 401.3 of MORTH. 5.4.5 Surface finish and quality control of work: -The surface finish of construction shall conform to the requirements of clause 902. Control on the quality of material and works shall be exercised by the Engr-in-charge in accordance with section 900 of MORTH. 5.4.6 Arrangements for traffic:-During the period of construction, arrangement for the traffic shall be provided and maintained in accordance with clause No 112 of MORTH. 5.4.7 Measurements of payment:- GSB shall be measured as finished work in position in cubic meters as per clause No 401.6 of MORTH 5.4.8

Rate: -The contract unit rate for GSB as per clause No 401.7 of MORTH.

5.5

WET MIX MACADAM (WMM)

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5.5.1 Scope Of work:-The work shall consist of laying and compacting in clean, crushed, graded aggregate and granular material, premixed with water, to a dense mass on a prepared sub- grade/sub-base/base or existing pavement as the case may be in accordance with the requirements of these specifications. The material shall be laid in one or more layers as necessary to lines, grades and cross section shown on the approved drawing all as per IRC 109/MORTH spec and as directed by the Engineer-In-Charge. 5.5.2 Material: - The material to be used for the work shall be of grading as described in para 406.2 and table 400-13 of MORTH. Also Refer Appx ‘E’. 5.5.3 Physical& Grading Requirement: - The physical requirement for materials for WMM shall be as per clause --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- & table 400-12 of MORTH. Grading requirement of WMM shall be as per para --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- & Table 400-13 of MORTH. 5.5.4 Construction Operation: - The construction operation of WMM shall be carried out as described in clause 406.3 to 406.9 of MORTH 5.5.5

Surface finish and quality control of work

--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Surface evenness: - The surface finish of construction shall conform to the requirements of clause 902 of MORTH. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Quality control: - Control on the quality of material and works shall be exercised by the Engr-in-charge in accordance with section 900 of MORTH. Rectification of surface irregularity: -Rectification of surface irregularity shall conform to the of clause 406.6 of MORTH. 5.5.6 Arrangement for traffic: -During the period of construction, arrangement for the traffic shall be provided and maintained in accordance with clause No 112 of MORTH. 5.5.7 Measurements of payment:- WMM shall be measured as finished work in position in cubic meters as per clause No 406.9 of MORTH 5.5.8

Rate: - The contract unit rate for WMM as per clause No 401.7of MORTH.

5.6

DRY LEAN CONCRETE (DLC)

5.6.1 Scope Of Work: - The work shall consist of construction of dry lean concrete subbase for cement concrete pavement in accordance with the requirement of these specification and in conformity with the lines, grades and cross-sections shown on the drawings or as directed by the Engineer–in- Charge. 5.6.2 Material: - The material shall be as per clause no 601.2 of MORTH cement for DLC shall be OPC-43 grade as per IS. Min cement in design mix shall be 220 kg as described in Sch A. 5.6.3 Aggregate: -Aggregate for DLC shall be natural material complying with IS : 383. The aggregate shall not be alkali reactive, the limit of deleterious materials shall not exceed the requirement set forth in Table 600-2 of MORTH. In case Engr-in-Charge considers that the aggregates are not free from dirt, the same may be washed and drained for at least 72 hours before batching or as directed by Engr-in-Charge. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Coarse Aggregate:-Coarse aggregate shall comply with clause --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- of MORTH, except that the maximum size of the coarse aggregate shall be 26.5 mm, and gradation shall comply with table 600-1 of MORTH.

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--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Fine Aggregate: - Fine aggregate shall be comply --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- of MORTH. However Refer Appx ‘E’. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Aggregate Gradation for DLC: Aggregate Gradation for DLC shall conform to table 600-1 of MORTH. Contractor will use natural local sand conforming to zone I/II of IS specifications. 5.6.4 Water: -Water shall conform to the requirement stipulated in clause 601.2.5 of MORTH. 5.6.5 Storage of material: - All material shall be stored in accordance with the provision of clause No 601.2.6 of MORTH. 5.6.6 Proportioning of materials for the mix: - Proportioning of materials for mix shall conform to the requirement stipulated in clause 601.3 of MORTH. 5.6.7 Construction: - Construction operation for DLC shall comply with clause No 601.6 of MORTH. 5.6.8

Trial mix: - Trial mix shall comply with clause No 601.7 of MORTH.

5.6.9 Trail length: -Trial length shall conform to the requirement stipulated in clause No 601.8 of MORTH. Length and width of trial length shall be 65 m x 9 m. 5.6.10Tolerances for Surface Regularity, Level, Thickness, Density and Strength: Control of quality of material and works shall be exercised by the Engr-in-Charge in accordance with section 900 of MORTH. 5.6.11 Traffic: - Traffic shall comply with clause No 601.10 of MORTH. 5.6.12 Measurements for Payment The unit of measurement for DLC pavement shall be the cubic metre of concrete placed, based on the net plan areas for the specified thickness shown on the drawings or as directed by the GE. 5.6.13 Rate: The Contract unit rate payable for DLC sub base shall be payment in full for carrying out the required operations including all labour, materials and equipment, mixing, transport, formwork, placing, compacting, finishing, curing, testing and incidentals to complete the work as per specifications and all leads and lifts.

5.7SEPARATION MEMBRANE (POLYTHENE FILM) Polythene film (transparent colour) 400 micron thickness, virgin quality as per ASTM D 2103/ IS 10889. The film shall be uniform in texture and finish. The film shall be free from pinholes and substantially free from undispersed raw materials, streaks, particles of foreign matter and other visible defects such as holes, tears and blisters. The edges shall be free from cracks and cuts. The polythene film of 400 micron shall be laid and its edges along the lengths of the pavements shall be raised from both sides upto 25 mm below the top level of concrete so that no water can drain from the concrete mix. The polythene film shall be laid loose with

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minimum 150 mm side lap and 300 mm end lap. The polythene film be pasted to the lower layer on VG 10 tack coat as specified in Drg. The controlled quality cement concrete shall be poured carefully over the film and compacted as specified so that the film underneath is not damaged. The polythene film shall be measured net and raised edges & overlaps of the film will not be measured extra. 5.8 PAVEMENT QUALITY CONCRETE (PQC) 5.8.1 Scope Of Work: - The work shall consist of construction of un-reinforced, plain cement concrete pavement in accordance with the requirement of these specification and in conformity with the lines, grades and cross-sections shown on the drawings or as directed by the Engineer- in- Charge. The work shall include furnishing of all plant and equipment, material and labour and performing all operation in connection with the work, as approved by Engineer- in- Charge. 5.8.2 Material: - The material shall comply with clause No 602.2 of MORTH. Min cement in design mix shall be 400 kg as described in Sch A. 5.8.3 Cement: - Cement shall be OPC-43 grade conforming to IS: 8112 5.8.4 Chemical Admixture: - Chemical admixture shall comply with clause No 602.2.3 of MORTH or as recommended in design mix. Admixture shall be conforming to IS: 9103 and IS: 6925 and relevant items of schedule A. 5.8.5 Aggregate: - Aggregate for pavement concrete shall be natural material complying with IS : 383 but a los angeles abrasion test value not exceeding 30 percent. The limit of deleterious materials shall not exceed the requirement set out in Table 600-2 of MORTH. The aggregates shall be free from chert, flint, chalcedony or other silica in a form that can react with alkalies in the cement. In addition, the total chlorides content expressed as chloride ion content shall not exceed 0.06 percent by weigth and the total sulphate content expressed as sulpuric anhydride (SO3) shall not exceed 0.25 percent by weight. In case Engr-in-Charge considers that the aggregates are not free from dirt, the same may be washed and drained for at least 72 hours before batching or as directed by Engr-in-Charge. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Coarse Aggregate: - Coarse aggregate shall conform to clause No --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- of MORTH. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Fine aggregate: - Fine aggregate shall conform to clause No --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- of MORTH. However Refer Appx ‘E’. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Combined grading of fine and coarse aggregate: - Combined grading of fine & coarse aggregate shall conform to Table 600-3 of MORTH. 5.8.6 Water: -Water shall conform to the requirement stipulated in clause conforming to as per clause No 602.2.7 of MORTH. 5.8.7 Joint Filler Board: - Joint Filler Board shall conform to the requirement stipulated in clause conforming to as per clause no 602.2.9 of MORTH. It shall be 25 mm thick HD 100 all as per is 1838 pt III. 5.8.8 Joint sealing Compound: - Joint sealing Compound shall

conform

to the

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requirement stipulated in clause conforming to as per clause no 602.2.10 of MORTH. Single component Polyurethane:-BS:5212 with MAF as +_ 30%. 5.8.9 Polymeric Synthetic Fibres: Doses as per Sch ‘A’ and as per design mix. Properties as per manufacturers recommendation of Recron 3S of M/S Reliance Industries or equivalent. Automatic dosing attachment for usage of Fibre in Concrete Plant: Concrete batching plant shall have attachment of automatic dosing (FIB-A model) of Recron Fibre. The attachment is manufactured by M/s Auto sys Engg (P) Ltd, Chennai or any equivalent make. It is portable and shall have PLC panel control with feeding capacity of 0.6 kg-2.0 kg /cum. 5.8.10 Proportioning of concrete: - Proportioning of concrete shall conform to the requirement stipulated in clause 602.3 of MORTH. 5.8.11 Design mix: - Design Mix shall conform to the requirement stipulated in clause 602.3.5 of MORTH.As per mix design Degree of control shall be ‘VERY GOOD’ and Compaction factor as 0.78 + 0.02,Preliminary flexural strength Not less than 49.25 kg per Sq cm at 28 days based on “preliminary test conducted in a laboratory on the trial mix of concrete produced in the laboratory. Assumed Standard Deviation (N/mm2) for design mix shall be 5.0 and preliminary water/cement ratio as 0.38. Design Mix of PQC and DLC shall be got done from any of the IITs/ SEMT wing of CME, Pune as per IRC-44/IS 456 considering admixture and synthetic fibre addition as per Sch A. The cost of tests including transportation charges of sample material to the IITs/ SEMT wing of CME shall be borne by the contractor and no extra claim on this account shall be admissible. 5.8.12 Joints in Pavement Concrete: - Joints in pavement concrete shall be comply with clause No. 602.6 of MORTH. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- General:-Joint shall provided with be of the types and dimensions as in relevant in Schedule ‘A’ and all as referred in Sch A and Drg. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Expansion Joint:-Expansion joint shall be comply with all as specified in Schedule ‘A’ and as per clause No --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- of MORTH. The initial 3 mm width and full depth cutting shall be formed using mechanical equipment (diamond cutter) within 8 hour to 24 hrs of placing of concrete under moderate climatic conditions and when the concrete has sufficiently hardened. Final cutting of 25 mm shall be done after curing is completed while using Slip form Paver.

--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Construction Joint:- Construction joint shall be comply with all as specified in Schedule ‘A’ and as per clause 602.6.3 of MORTH. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Contraction/Dummy Joint: - Contraction/Dummy joint shall be comply with all as specified in Schedule ‘A’ and as per clause --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- of MORTH.The 3 mm width and 130mm deep joint shall be formed using mechanical equipment (diamond cutter) within 6 hour to 24 hrs of placing of concrete under moderate climatic conditions and when the concrete has sufficiently hardened. Final cutting of 8 mm shall be after curing is completed. 5.8.13 Weather and Seasonal limitations: - Weather and seasonal limitations shall be comply with clause 602.7 of MORTH. 5.8.14 Construction: - Construction operation for PQC shall comply with clause 602.9 of MORTH.

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--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Batching and Mixing:- Batching and mixing shall comply with clause 602.9.2 of MORTH. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Batching plant & Equipment: - Batching plant & equipment shall comply with clause No --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- of MORTH. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Hauling and Placing of Concrete:- Hauling and placing of concrete shall comply with clause No 602.9.4 of MORTH. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Construction by Slip Form Paver:- The contractor shall use slip form pavers (with sensors) with mechanical brooming and curing compound spray arrangement for depositing, consolidation and finishing of concrete pavement. The paver shall be of adequate capacity and suitable width of Work Bridge so as to complete concrete pavement within stipulated / agreed period of completion. Refer clause No 602.8.3 & 602.9.5 of MORTH. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Surface Texture: - Surface texture shall comply with clause No 602.9.11 OF MORTH and as approved by Air force authority/GE. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Curing:- Curing shall comply with clause No 602.9.12 of MORTH --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Numbering of slab (alphanumeric in every start of expansion slab in longitudinal direction and in each dummy slab in traverse direction) shall be done as directed by Engineer-in-charge before concrete is finally set with 2 inch high and 1.5 inch width brass mould letters, width of alphabets shall be 1 cm and depth of impression shall be 3 mm. 5.8.15. Trial Length :-Trial length shall conform to the requirement stipulated in clause No 602.11 of MORTH. Length of Trial Length shall be 8 m * 60 m. 5.8.16 Measurement of Texture Depth: - Measurement of texture depth shall conform to the requirement stipulated in clause No 602.12 of MORTH. 5.8.17 Opening to Traffic: - Opening to traffic shall comply with clause No 602.13 of MORTH. 5.8.18. Acceptance Criteria in Quality and Distress: --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Tolerances for Surface Regularity, Level, Thickness, Density and Strength: Tolerances for surface regularity, level, thickness, density and strength conform to requirement given in clause No 903.5 of MORTH. Control of quality of material and works shall be exercised by the Engr-in-Charge in accordance with section 900 of MORTH. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Tolerances in Distress: The acceptance criteria with regard to the types of distresses in rigid pavement shall be as per IRC: SP-83. 5.8.19. Measurements for Payment: - Measurement for payment shall comply with clause No 602.15 of MORTH. 5.8.20 Rate: -Rate shall comply with clause No 602.16 of MORTH. 5.9

PRIME COAT OVER WMM

5.9.1

Scope of Work:-The work shall consist of application of a single coat of

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low viscosity liquid bituminous material to a porous granular surface preparatory to the superimposition of bituminous treatment. The work shall be carried out on previously prepared granular surface. 5.9.2

Material: - The primer shall be bitumenVG-10 conforming to IS:73. Quantity of bitumen VG-10 for various type of granular surface shall be as given in Sch ‘A’items.

5.9.3

Weather and Seasonal limitations: - Weather and seasonal limitations shall be comply with clause 502.3 of MORTH.

5.9.4

Construction: - Construction operation 502.4 of MORTH.

5.9.5

Quality Control of Work - Quality control of work shall comply with clause No 502.5 of MORTH.

5.9.6

Arrangement to Traffic: - Arrangement to traffic shall comply with clause No 502.6 of MORTH.

5.9.7

Measurements for Payment: - Measurement for payment shall comply with clause No 502.7 of MORTH.

5.9.8

Rate: - Rate shall comply with clause No 502.8 of MORTH.

5.10

TACK COAT

5.10.1

Scope of Work:-The work shall consist of application of a single coat of low viscosity liquid bituminous material to existing bituminous, cement concrete or primed granular surface preparatory to the superimposition of bituminous treatment. The work shall be carried out on previously prepared granular surface.

5.10.2

Material: - The binder used for tack shall be c bitumen VG-10 conforming to IS: 73. Quantity of bitumen VG-10 for various type of granular surface shall be as given in Sch ‘A’ items.

5.10.3

Weather and Seasonal limitations: - Weather and seasonal limitations shall be comply with clause 503.3 of MORTH.

5.10.4

Construction: - Construction operation shall comply with clause 503.4 of MORTH.

5.10.5

Quality Control of Work - Quality control of work shall comply with clause No 503.5 of MORTH.

5.10.6

Arrangement to Traffic: - Arrangement to traffic shall comply with clause No 503.6 of MORTH.

5.10.7

Measurements for Payment: - Measurement for payment shall comply with clause No 503.7 of MORTH.

5.10.8

Rate: - Rate shall comply with clause No 503.8 of MORTH.

shall comply with clause

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CORRECTION LAYER WITH DAC-I ON MAIN RUNWAY AND DENSE BITUMINOUS MACADAM ON TAXI LINK

5.11.1

Scope of work :- Existing runway is having varying slope in longitudinal, and similarly the runway have two sides varying traverses slope. The runway also has undulation, reveling and other defects. As per the design requirement existing longitudinal slope, transverse slope of runway, , ORP etc. need to be improved. For this purpose correction layers with DAC/DBM in layers of maximum thickness as indicated in BOQ items shall be laid for correcting designed & required longitudinal & transvers slope to corrected/modified levels. The contractor shall carry out a detail survey and develop levels of existing runway at grid of 2.0m x 3m as directed by GE.

5.12

DENSE BITUMINOUS MACADAM (DBM)

5.12.1

Scope of work :- The work shall consists of construction in a single course having 50 mm to 100 mm thickness (as per drg) or in multiple courses of compacted crushed aggregates premixed with a bituminous binder on a previously prepared base to the requirement of these specifications.

5.12.2

Material: -

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Bitumen: - The bitumen shall be viscosity grade (VG-30) paving bitumen complying with Indian standard specification IS: 73. Matching the requirement laid down in para 1.7.2 of the particular specification.

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Coarse Aggregate: - Coarse aggregate shall comply with clause 505.2.2 of MORTH and satisfy with the physical requirement conforming to table 500-8 of MORTH. Property

Test

Method Specification

Frequency

Cleanliness Size Analysis

IS : 2386 < 5% passing One test per (P-1) 0.075 mm sieve 100 Cum

Particle Shape

IS : 2386
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