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CHENNAI METRO RAIL LIMITED CHENNAI METRO RAIL PROJECT (V) PHASE I - EXTENSION

BIDDING DOCUMENTS FOR CONTRACT ATW-07 PHASE-1 EXTENSION – WASHERMANPET TO WIMCO NAGAR

INSTALLATION, TESTING AND COMMISSIONING OF BALLASTLESS TRACK OF STANDARD GAUGE IN ELEVATED, UNDERGROUND SECTIONS AND WIMCO NAGAR DEPOT ALONG WITH SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF BUFFER STOPS FOR CHENNAI METRO PHASE-1 EXTENSION PROJECT

Employer: Chennai Metro Rail Limited

Country: India

Project: Chennai Metro Rail Project (V) Phase-1 – Extension

Loan No.: ID-P258

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CHENNAI METRO RAIL LIMITED CHENNAI 600107, INDIA NIT No: CMRL/CON/ ATW-07/RT-01/2018 e-Tender No. : ATW-07/RT-01 “OPEN GLOBAL TENDER” CMRL invites sealed tenders through International Competitive Bidding (ICB) under Single stage two envelope with initial filter (Technical & Financial) for the work s as detailed below which is funded by Japanese ODA Loan .

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CMRL PHASE 1 EXTENSION – WASHERMANPET TO WIMCO NAGAR (Under JICA Loan Agreement ID-P 258) - Tender No. ATW-07/RT-01Installation, Testing and Commissioning of Ballastless Track of Standard Gauge in Elevated, Underground Sections and Wimco Nagar Depot along with supply and installation of Buffer stops for Chennai Metro Phase-1 Extension Project.. INR 48.00 Cr (Indian Rupees Forty Eight Crore only) excluding Customs Duty and GST. INR 96,00,000/- (Indian Rupees Ninety Six Lakhs Only) or 143,782/- (US Dollar One Hundred Forty Three Thousand Seven Hundred & Eighty Two Only) Bidders must provide their GST REGISTRATION details . 180 Days from Date of Submission of works 28 Days beyond Tender validity period (208 days) i.e., valid up to 16/01/2019 or later 360 days e-Tender Publication date : 10/05/2018 (10:00 Hrs.) Document download start date: 10/05/2018 (10:00 Hrs.) 1.

The Tender documents can be downloaded from the CPP portal http://eprocure.gov.in/eprocure/app

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There will be a non-refundable Tender fees of INR 32,000/- (Rupees Thirty-Two Thousand only) including GST to be paid online. CMRL Bank details are listed below: a) Beneficiary name : M/s Chennai Metro Rail Limited b) Beneficiary Bank : Corporation Bank, Ashok Nagar Branch, Chennai c) Account no : 510341000054264 d) IFSC Code : CORP0000578 e) MICR : 600017014 a) 24/05/2018 @ 11:00 hours in the CMRL Conference Room Address: Addl. General Manager (Contract Procurement) Chennai Metro Rail Limited, Administrative Building, CMRL Depot, Poonamallee High Road, Koyambedu, Chennai 600 107 Tel No.044-2379 2000, Extn: 22347 Fax No.044-2379 2200, Email id: [email protected] b) Last date for seeking clarifications (by email/letter in post): 28/05/2018

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http://eprocure.gov.in/eprocure/app www.chennaimetrorail.org.

Note: If the date of opening of tenders happens to be a public holiday, Tenders will be opened on the next working day at the same time.

Director (Projects) Chennai Metro Rail Limited

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Invitation for Bids: Without Prequalification ......................................................... IFB-1 PART 1 – Bidding Procedures Single-Stage Two-Envelope Bidding Section I. Instructions to Bidders .............................................................. ITB-1 Section II. Bid Data Sheet ........................................................................ BDS-1 Section III. Evaluation and Qualification Criteria ..................................... EQC-1 Section IV. Bidding Forms ........................................................................... BF-1 Section V. Eligible Source Countries……………………………………… ESC-1 PART 2 –Employer’s Requirements Section VI. Employers Requirements .......................................................... ER-1 PART 3 – Conditions of Contract and Contract Forms Section VII. General Conditions (GC) ........................................................... GC-1 Section VIII. Particular Conditions (PC) ......................................................... PC-1 Section IX. Contract Forms (CF) ................................................................. CF-1

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Form of Invitation for Bids

Date: Loan Agreement No: ID-P258 IFB No: ATW-07 1. The Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) has received for a loan from Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) towards the cost of Chennai Metro Rail Project (V) Phase-1 Extension. It is intended that part of the proceeds of this loan will be applied to eligible payments under the contract for Installation, Testing and Commissioning of Ballastless Track of Standard Gauge in Elevated, Underground Sections and Wimco Nagar Depot along with supply and installation of Buffer stops for Chennai Metro Phase-1 Extension Project. 2. The Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) now invites sealed Bids from eligible Bidders for the construction and completion of Installation, Testing and Commissioning of Ballastless Track of Standard Gauge in Elevated, Underground Sections and Wimco Nagar Depot along with supply and installation of Buffer stops for Chennai Metro Phase-1 Extension Project (“the Works”). 3. Bidding will be conducted through procedures in accordance with the applicable Guidelines for Procurement under Japanese ODA Loans, and is open to all Bidders from eligible source countries, as defined in the Loan Agreement. 4.

Interested eligible Bidders may obtain further information from the office of the General Manager (Track and Elevated) Chennai Metro Rail Limited, CMRL Depot, Admin Building, Poonamallee High Road, Koyambedu, Chennai 600 107 Tel no: +91-44-2379 2000, Fax. No.: +91-44-2379 2200 Email id: [email protected]

5. The Tender documents can be downloaded if so desired from the internet address

http://eprocure.gov.in/eprocure/app. A non-refundable Tender submission fee of Rs. 32,000/- (Rupees Thirty-Two Thousand Only) including GST in the form of NEFT/RTGS payment to given below Chennai metro rail Account number and proof to be submitted along with the bid. GST registration of the bidder shall be enclosed along with the bid security. The bids submitted without cost of bid document and bid Security by the bidders shall be out righty rejected. Beneficiary name Beneficiary Bank Account no. IFSC Code Type Of bank AC MICR

Chennai Metro Rail Limited Corporation Bank, Ashok Nagar, Chennai 510341000054264 CORP0000578 Current 600017014

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6. The provisions in the Instructions to Bidders and in the General Conditions of Contract are the provisions of the Standard Bidding Documents under Japanese ODA Loans for the Procurement of Works. 7. Bids must be submitted through e-procurement website on or before 15.00 hrs. on 17th June 2018 and must be accompanied by a security of INR 96,00,000/-(Indian Rupees Ninety-Six Lakhs only) or $143,782 USD (US Dollars One Hundred FortyThree Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty Two only) in the form of a Bank Guarantee. Scanned copy of original Bank guarantee to be uploaded in website and original Bank guarantee must be submitted in physical form, in on before 15:00hrs of last date of submission of online bid (E-Tender). The bidder in his own interest should submit the original bank guarantee well in advance before the date of submission by hand /Courier / Speed-Post to CMRL at address mentioned below. The bids submitted without cost of bid document and bid Security by the bidders shall be out righty rejected. 8. The interest free Bid Security shall be valid till (208 days after bid submission) th 16 January 2019. 9. Bids will be opened by stipulated Bid Openers with their Digital Signature Certificates (DSC) only at 15.00 hrs, 18th June 2018, date at the office of General Manager (Track & Elevated) Chennai Metro Rail Limited, Admin Building, CMRL Depot, Poonamallee High Road, Koyambedu, Chennai – 600 107, Tamil Nadu. Telephone: +91 – 44 – 2379 2000 Email id – [email protected]

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PART 1 – BIDDING PROCEDURES Option B: Two-Envelope Bidding

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Section I. Instructions to Bidders The Instructions to Bidders governing this bidding process are the “Instructions to Bidders” included in Option B: Two-Envelope Bidding, Section I, of the Standard Bidding Documents for Procurement of Works (version 1.1), published by JICA in October, 2012 i. CPP portal: The procurements of works of CMRL will be done through eprocurement. This is implemented to ensure free & fair vendor participation, and to ensure greater transparency in procurement. ii. Registration / Enrolment: Tenders are open to the eligible bidders, In order to submit the Bid, the bidders have to get themselves registered on-line on the eProcurement portal (http://eprocure.gov.in/eprocure/app) with valid Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) issued from any agency authorized by Controller of Certifying Authority (CCA), Govt. of India. The on-line Registration of the Bidders on the portal is free of cost and one time activity only. If the bidder is an individual person then he should register himself under “Individual” category and if the bidder is a proprietorship firm /partnership firm / Joint venture/Company, then registration should be under “Corporate” category. The registration must be in the name of bidder, whereas DSC holder may be either bidder himself or his duty authorized person. iii. For Registration / Enrolment the procedure mentioned below is to be followed: 

Go to “http://eprocure.gov.in/eprocure/app” web site.



Click on “Click here to enroll”. It will take you to „online enrolment‟ screen.



Against User type, select either „individual‟ or „corporate‟.



Please specify your login ID, indicated in the application while applying for DSC.



Please create your own password. Before creating, please refer to 'Password Policy‟ that appears on the right side of the screen. Password should be in accordance with that policy.



Confirm the password once again.



Click on “Next”



You will see a screen which will have several fields. Please fill as many fields as possible, but keep in mind to fill all mandatory fields which are marked with an asterisk (*).



After entering the fields, click on “Submit”.



You will get a message that Log in ID registered successfully, that completes your entry.

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iv. Tender dates: Tenders dates are published on-line at http://eprocure.gov.in/eprocure/app website and eligible bidders having Class II / III Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) issued from any agency authorized by Controller of Certifying Authority (CCA), Govt. of India will be able to participate. v. Detailed instructions on procedure of Submission of Bid are detailed below: a. It is the directive of Govt. of India to process tendering on line to ensure transparency, and fairness in the process and security of documents. Hence, the bidder has to submit the bids on line in the system available at the above referred portal. The bidder has to agree to the on-line user portal agreement. Then only, the system will permit the bidder to proceed further in the system. He has to fill all mandatory fields indicated by an asterisk (*). All documents indicated to be submitted in „cover details‟ are to be enclosed without fail. These documents are to be uploaded only in .doc or .pdf or .jpg or .rar formats. Deviations in tender if any are to be mentioned in the document „Deviation‟. If „Deviations‟ have cost implications, the same are to be explained in the document and the corresponding cost is to be indicated in the BOQ provided in the field. In case of difficulty in filling the form, the undersigned may be contacted. b. Price Bid: The Price bid containing the Bill of Quantity will be in Excel format and will be downloaded by the bidder and he will quote the rates excluding all taxes & duties etc. In the „Item Rate‟ BOQ format the bidder should quote for all the tendered items. Where, any row or column is not applicable, the bidder has to indicate „0‟ against this. The system will generate a comparative statement. Therefore, all costs are to be indicated in the BOQ format. Order will be finalized on technically cleared, L-1 offer. Lower bidder may be chosen from the item rates quoted excluding GST. The bidder may modify and resubmit the bid on-line, if he wishes before the bid submission date and time. The system will accept only the last submitted bid. Bidder can find out the status of his tender on line, any time after opening the bids. The tenderer should not rename the BOQ file or modify the format while uploading in the system. The file name should be the same as the file given in the tender. c. All bids are to be submitted in on-line through given CPP Portal website below: http://eprocure.gov.in/eprocure/app d. Withdrawal of Bid: Bidder may withdraw a bid submitted already before the bid submission date and time. e. Clarifications: Bidders can seek clarification, if any before the due date and time. The clarifications sought will be furnished by CMRL before the due date. These clarifications will be sent even to those who have not sought the clarification but participating in the tender. Tender received offline won‟t be considered.

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a. Bid Validity: The validity period of the bids shall be 180 (one hundred eighty days) days from the last date of submission of bid. The bidder shall not, during the said period or within the period extended by mutual consent, revoke or cancel his tender or alter any terms/conditions thereof without the written consent of CMRL. If a bidder is found violating this condition, CMRL shall have right to take appropriate further action. b. The bidder will be responsible for safe rendering of services to CMRL as mentioned above. The L1 bidder will be decided by the system on the basis of total price excluding duties and taxes. It will be calculated automatically by the system based on the price quoted by the bidders, by summing up the basic rate with other price elements, as given by the bidders on-line. Non submission of any price component by bidder will be taken as „zero‟ by the system, the evaluation will be done accordingly and that price element will be assumed to be included in the basic price quoted by the bidder. h. It is the bidder‟s responsibility to comply with the system requirement i.e. hardware, software and internet connectivity at bidder‟s premises to access the etender website. Under any circumstances, CMRL shall not be liable to the bidders for any direct/indirect loss or damages incurred by them arising out of incorrect use of the e-tender system or internet connectivity failures. i. The Technical bids will be decrypted and opened online, on or after the scheduled dates and time. Till such time, the bids will be only in the encrypted form. After the scheduled time, the bids will be opened by stipulated Bid Openers with their Digital Signature Certificates (DSC). The Technical-bids shall be evaluated based on the information furnished by bidders. If any clarification is required from bidder, CMRL will seek such clarifications. j. After evaluation of Technical-bids, all the bidders who participated in the tender will get information regarding their acceptance or otherwise of their tender. In case of non-acceptance of tender, reason shall be furnished. Thereafter, a system generated e-mail confirmation will be sent to all successful bidders communicating the date and time of opening of price-bid, in case of TWO BID SYSTEM ONLY. k. The Price-bid of the successful bidders (qualified in Technical-bid) will be decrypted and opened on-line, on or after the scheduled date and time by the Bid Openers with their Digital Signature Certificates (DSC). The bidders will get the information regarding the status of their financial bid and ranking of bidders on website.

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vi. GOVERNING OF TENDER Any order resulting from this tender enquiry, shall be governed by the terms & conditions of the tender, and the tenderer quoting against this enquiry, shall be deemed to have read and understood the same. vii. VALIDITY OF TENDER The tender must be valid for a minimum period of 180 days from the date of the tender opening. In exceptional circumstances, CMRL may request for extending the period of validity for a specified additional period. CMRL request and tenderer response shall be made in writing / email. viii. FRAUDULENT PRACTICES The highest standard of ethics shall be observed during execution of the contract. The firm shall not be eligible to participate, where it has been determined to have engaged in corrupt or fraudulent practices. In this regard decision of CMRL will be final and binding on the tenderer. ix. COST OF TENDERING The tenderer shall bear all the costs associated with the preparation and submission of its offer, and CMRL will in no case be responsible or liable for those costs, regardless of the conduct or outcome of the tendering process including cancellation of this tender process.

x. CONTENT OF TENDER DOCUMENTS The tenderer is expected to examine the tender documents, including all instructions, forms, terms and specifications. Failure to furnish all information that are required by the tender documents or submission of a tender not substantially responsive to the tender documents in every respect will be at the tenderer‟s risk and may result in rejection of their tender. CMRL decision in this regard is final and binding on them.

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xi. CURRENCIES AND PAYMENTS The rates quoted by the tenderer shall be in the same currency as indicated in the BOQ (price bid). xii. CLARIFICATION on “TECHNICAL & COMMERCIAL” TERMS OF THE TENDER To assist in examination, evaluation and comparison of “Technical and Commercial” part of the Tenders, CMRL may at its discretion, seek from the tenderer individual clarification of their Tenders if so required. The request for clarification and the response shall be in writing, fax or e-mail, but no change in the rates or prices or substance of the tender shall be sought, offered or permitted. After receiving all clarifications, technical acceptance of the tender will be finalized. xiii. OPENING THE “BOQ (PRICE BID)” After receiving all clarifications and technical and commercial acceptance of the tender by CMRL, BOQ (“Price Bid”) shall be opened of only those technically and commercially accepted and cleared tenders, which, in the view of CMRL, have met the requirements of the Techno-Commercial terms. CMRL‟s decision in this regard will be final. xiv. CLARIFICATION ON THE “BOQ”( PRICE BID) To assist in the examination, evaluation and comparison of tenders, CMRL may, at its discretion, seek from the firm‟s individual clarification of their tenders if so required. The request for clarification and the response shall be in writing by fax or e-mail, but no change in the rates or prices or substance of the tender shall be sought, offered or permitted. CMRL reserves the right to accept or reject any deviations, variations or alternative offers which are not submitted in accordance with the tender documents. xv. CMRL‟S RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR TO REJECT TENDER CMRL reserves the right to accept or reject any tender, to cancel the tender process and reject all tenders at any time prior to award of the contract, without thereby incurring any liability to the affected Firm any obligation to inform the affected Firm of the grounds for CMRL action. xvi. COUNTER OFFER

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Where counter terms & conditions are offered by the tenderer, the tenderer shall not be governed by those, unless, specific acceptance of the same is conveyed in writing by CMRL. xvii. AWARD CRITERIA CMRL will award the contract to the successful tenderer whose tender has been determined to be substantially responsive and technically accepted and has been evaluated as L1 on item wise cost inclusive of taxes. xviii. NOTIFICATION OF AWARD: Prior to the expiration tender validity period, CMRL will notify to the successful Tenderer in writing or e-mail or by registered letter, that their offer has been accepted. A detailed Purchase Order with agreed terms and conditions will be issued to the successful Tenderer. xix. DISCRETION TO ALLOCATE WORK: CMRL reserves right to accept or reject any or all tender without assigning any reason thereon whatsoever. The Tenderer shall have no right to withdraw his offer once he has quoted for the same. The contract will be released either in full or part thereof at CMRL discretion. 2. Bid security (EMD - Earnest Money Deposit): i. It shall be the responsibility of the tenderer to ensure that his tender is submitted on time before the deadline of submission through CPP portal. The original Bank guarantee must be submitted in physical form, in on before 15:00hrs of last date of submission of online bid (E-Tender). The bidder in his own interest should submit the original bank guarantee well in advance before the date of submission by hand /Courier / Speed-Post to CMRL at address mentioned in ITB 7.1. GST registration of the bidder shall be enclosed along with the bid security.

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In connection with the Invitation for Bids specified in Section II, Bid Data Sheet (BDS), the Employer, as specified in the BDS, issues these Bidding Documents (hereinafter referred to as “Bidding Documents”) for the procurement of Works as specified in Section VI, Works Requirements. The name, identification, and number of the lot(s) (contract(s)) comprising this International Competitive Bidding (ICB) process are specified in the BDS. Throughout these Bidding Documents: (a) the term “in writing” means communicated in written form and delivered against receipt; (b) except where the context requires otherwise, words indicating the singular also include the plural and words indicating the plural also include the singular; and (c) “day” means calendar day. The Borrower specified in the BDS has received or has applied for a Japanese ODA Loan from Japan International Cooperation Agency (hereinafter referred to as “JICA”), with the number, in the amount and on the signed date of the Loan Agreement specified in the BDS, towards the cost of the project specified in the BDS. The Borrower intends to apply a portion of the proceeds of the loan to payments under the contract(s) for which these Bidding Documents are issued. Disbursement of a Japanese ODA Loan by JICA will be subject, in all respects, to the terms and conditions of the Loan Agreement, including the disbursement procedures and the applicable Guidelines for Procurement under Japanese ODA Loans specified in the BDS. No party other than the Borrower shall derive any rights from the Loan Agreement or have any claim to the loan proceeds. The above Loan Agreement will cover only a part of the project cost. As for the remaining portion, the Borrower will take appropriate measures for finance. It is JICA‟s policy to require that Bidders and Contractors, as well as Borrowers, under contracts funded with Japanese ODA Loans and other Japanese ODA, observe the highest standard of ethics during the procurement and execution of such contracts. In pursuance of this policy, JICA: (a) will reject a proposal for award if it determines that 20 of 795.

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control with that firm. This provision does not apply to the various firms (consultants, contractors, or suppliers) only due to the reason that those firms together are performing the Contractor‟s obligations under a turnkey or design and build contract. (b) A firm that has a close business relationship with the Borrower‟s professional personnel, who are directly or indirectly involved in any part of: (i) the preparation of the Bidding Documents for the contract, (ii) the Bid evaluation, or (iii) the supervision of such contract, shall be disqualified. (c) Based on the “One Bid Per Bidder” principle, which is to ensure fair competition, a firm and any affiliate that directly or indirectly controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with that firm shall not be allowed to submit more than one Bid, either individually as a Bidder or as a member of a JV. A firm (including its affiliate), if acting in the capacity of a subcontractor in one Bid, may participate in other Bids, only in that capacity. (d) A firm having any other form of conflict of interest other than (a) through (c) above shall be disqualified. A Bidder, and all members constituting the Bidder, shall be from any of the eligible source countries as indicated in Section V, Eligible Source Countries of Japanese ODA Loans. A Bidder that has been determined to be ineligible by JICA in accordance with ITB 3.1 shall not be eligible to be awarded a contract. This bidding is open only to prequalified Bidders unless specified in the BDS. A Bidder shall provide such evidence of eligibility satisfactory to the Employer, as the Employer shall reasonably request. The materials, equipment and services to be supplied under the Contract and financed by JICA shall have their origin in any of the eligible source countries indicated in Section V, Eligible Source Countries of Japanese ODA Loans. At the Employer‟s request, Bidders may be required to provide evidence of the origin of materials, equipment and services. For purposes of ITB 5.1 above, “origin” means the place where the materials and equipment are mined, grown, produced or manufactured, and from which the services 23 of 795.

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The Bidding Documents consist of Parts 1, 2, and 3, which include all the Sections specified below, and which should be read in conjunction with any addenda issued in accordance with ITB 8. PART 1 Bidding Procedures  Section I. Instructions to Bidders (ITB)  Section II. Bid Data Sheet (BDS)  Section III. Evaluation and Qualification Criteria  Section IV. Bidding Forms  Section V. Eligible Source Countries of Japanese ODA Loans PART 2 Works Requirements  Section VI. Works Requirements PART 3 Conditions of Contract and Contract Forms  Section VII. General Conditions (GC)  Section VIII. Particular Conditions (PC)  Section IX. Annex to the Particular Conditions Contract Forms The Invitation for Bids issued by the Employer is not part of the Bidding Documents. Unless obtained directly from the CPP portal, the Employer is not responsible for the completeness of the Bidding Documents, responses to requests for clarification, the minutes of the pre-bid meeting (if any), or addenda to the Bidding Documents in accordance with ITB 8. In case of any contradiction, documents obtained directly from the CPP portal shall prevail. The Bidder is expected to examine all instructions, forms, terms, and specifications in the Bidding Documents and to furnish with its Bid all information and documentation as is required by the Bidding Documents. A Bidder requiring any clarification of the Bidding Documents shall contact the Employer in writing at the Employer‟s address specified in the BDS or raise its

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7.3

7.4

7.5

7.6

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enquiries during the pre-bid meeting if provided for in accordance with ITB 7.4. The Employer will respond in writing to any request for clarification, provided that such request is received no later than fourteen (14) days prior to the deadline for submission of Bids. The Employer shall forward copies of its response to all Bidders who have acquired the Bidding Documents in accordance with ITB 6.3, including a description of the inquiry but without identifying its source. If so specified in the BDS, the Employer shall also promptly publish its response at the web page identified in the BDS. Should the clarification result in changes to the essential elements of the Bidding Documents, the Employer shall amend the Bidding Documents following the procedure under ITB 8 and ITB 22.2. The Bidder is advised to visit and examine the Site of Works and its surroundings and obtain for itself on its own responsibility all information that may be necessary for preparing the Bid and entering into a contract for construction of the Works. The costs of visiting the Site shall be at the Bidder‟s own expense. The Bidder and any of its personnel or agents will be granted permission by the Employer to enter upon its premises and lands for the purpose of such visit, but only upon the express condition that the Bidder, its personnel, and agents will release and indemnify the Employer and its personnel and agents from and against all liability in respect thereof, and will be responsible for death or personal injury, loss of or damage to property, and any other loss, damage, costs, and expenses incurred as a result of the inspection. If so specified in the BDS, the Bidder‟s designated representative is invited to attend a pre-bid meeting. The purpose of the meeting will be to clarify issues and to answer questions on any matter that may be raised at that stage. The Bidder is requested to submit any questions in writing, to reach the Employer not later than one (1) week before the meeting. Minutes of the pre-bid meeting, if applicable, including the text of the questions asked by Bidders, without identifying the source, and the responses given, together with any responses prepared after the meeting, will be transmitted promptly to all Bidders who have acquired the Bidding Documents in accordance with ITB 6.3. Any modification to the Bidding Documents that may 25 of 795.

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Amendment of Bidding Documents

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8.3

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become necessary as a result of the pre-bid meeting shall be made by the Employer exclusively through the issue of an addendum pursuant to ITB 8 and not through the minutes of the pre-bid meeting. Nonattendance at the pre-bid meeting will not be a cause for disqualification of a Bidder. At any time prior to the deadline for submission of Bids, the Employer may amend the Bidding Documents by issuing addenda. Any addendum issued shall be part of the Bidding Documents and shall be communicated through CPP portal to all who have obtained the Bidding Documents from the CPP portal in accordance with ITB 6.3. If so specified in the BDS, the Employer shall also promptly publish the addendum on the Employer‟s web page in accordance with ITB 7.1. To give Bidders reasonable time in which to take an addendum into account in preparing their Bids, the Employer may extend the deadline for the submission of Bids, pursuant to ITB 22.2. C. Preparation of Bids

9

Cost of Bidding

9.1

The Bidder shall bear all costs associated with the preparation and submission of its Bid, and the Employer shall not be responsible or liable for those costs, regardless of the conduct or outcome of the bidding process.

10 Language of Bid

10.1

11 Documents Comprising the Bid

11.1

The Bid, as well as all correspondence and documents relating to the Bid exchanged by the Bidder and the Employer, shall be written in the language specified in the BDS. Supporting documents and printed literature that are part of the Bid may be in another language provided they are accompanied by an accurate translation of the relevant passages in the language of Bid, in which case, for purposes of interpretation of the Bid, such translation shall govern. The Bid shall comprise two envelopes submitted simultaneously, one called the Technical Bid containing the documents listed in ITB 11.2 and the other the Price Bid containing the documents listed in ITB 11.3, both envelopes enclosed together in an outer single envelope. The Technical Bid shall comprise the following: (i) Letter of Technical Bid; (ii) Bid Security, in accordance with ITB 19;

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12.1

13 Alternative Bids

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(iii) alternative bids, if permissible, in accordance with ITB 13; (iv) written confirmation authorizing the signatory of the Bid to commit the Bidder, in accordance with ITB 20.2; (v) documentary evidence in accordance with ITB 17 establishing the Bidder‟s qualifications to perform the contract if its Bid is accepted; (vi) Technical Proposal in accordance with ITB 16; (vii) Acknowledgement of Compliance with Guidelines for Procurement under Japanese ODA Loans (Form ACK), which shall be signed and dated by the Bidder‟s authorized representative. (viii) Any other document required in the BDS. The Price Bid shall comprise the following: (a) Letter of Price Bid; (b) completed Price Schedules, in accordance with ITB 12 and 14; (c) alternative price bids, at Bidder‟s option and if permissible, in accordance with ITB 13; (d) Any other document required in the BDS. In addition to the requirements under ITB 11.2, Bids submitted by a JV shall include a copy of the Joint Venture Agreement entered into by all members. Alternatively, a letter of intent to execute a Joint Venture Agreement in the event of a successful Bid shall be signed by all members and submitted with the Bid, together with a copy of the proposed Agreement. The Letters of Technical Bid and Price Bid and the Schedules, including the Bill of Quantities, shall be prepared using the relevant forms furnished in Section IV, Bidding Forms. The forms must be completed without any alterations to the text, and no substitutes shall be accepted except as provided under ITB 20.2. All blank spaces shall be filled in with the information requested. Unless otherwise specified in the BDS, alternative Bids shall not be considered. When alternative times for completion are explicitly invited, a statement to that effect will be included in the BDS, as will the method of evaluating different times for completion. Except as provided under ITB 13.4 below, Bidders wishing to offer technical alternatives to the requirements of the Bidding Documents must first price the Employer‟s design as described in the Bidding 27 of 795.

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14 Bid Prices and Discounts

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14.3

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Documents and shall further provide all information necessary for a complete evaluation of the alternative by the Employer, including drawings, design calculations, technical specifications, breakdown of prices, and proposed construction methodology and other relevant details. Only the technical alternatives, if any, of the lowest evaluated Bidder conforming to the basic technical requirements shall be considered by the Employer. When specified in the BDS, Bidders are permitted to submit alternative technical solutions for specified parts of the Works, and such parts will be identified in the BDS, as will the method for their evaluating, and described in Section VI, Works Requirements. The prices and discounts (including any price reduction) quoted by the Bidder in the Letter of Price Bid and in the Bill of Quantities shall conform to the requirements specified below. The Bidder shall fill in rates and prices for all items of the Works described in the Bill of Quantities. Items against which no rate or price is entered by the Bidder shall be deemed covered by the rates for other items in the Bill of Quantities and will not be paid for separately by the Employer. An item not listed in the priced Bill of Quantities shall be assumed to be not included in the Bid, and provided that the Bid is determined substantially responsive notwithstanding this omission, the average price of the item quoted by substantially responsive Bidders will be added to the Bid Price and the equivalent total cost of the Bid so determined will be used for price comparison. The price to be quoted in the Letter of Price Bid, in accordance with ITB 12.1, shall be the total price of the Bid, excluding any discounts offered. The Bidder shall quote any discounts and the methodology for their application in the Letter of Price Bid, in accordance with ITB 12.1. Unless otherwise specified in the BDS and the Contract, the rates and prices quoted by the Bidder are subject to adjustment during the performance of the Contract in accordance with the provisions of the Conditions of Contract. In such a case, the Bidder shall furnish the indices and weightings for the price adjustment formulae in the Schedule of Adjustment Data and the Employer may require the Bidder to justify 28 of 795.

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14.7

15 Currencies of Bid and Payment

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15.2

15.3

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its proposed indices and weightings. If so specified in BDS 1.1, Bids are being invited for individual lots (contracts) or for any combination of lots (packages). Bidders wishing to offer discounts for the award of more than one Contract shall specify in their Letter of Price Bid the price reductions applicable to each package, or alternatively, to individual Contracts within the package. Discounts shall be submitted in accordance with ITB 14.4, provided the Bids for all lots (contracts) are opened at the same time. Unless otherwise provided in the BDS, all duties, taxes, and other levies payable by the Contractor under the Contract, or for any other cause, as of the date twenty-eight (28) days prior to the deadline for submission of Bids, shall be included in the rates and prices and the total Bid Price submitted by the Bidder. The currency(ies) of the Bid shall be as specified in the BDS. Payment of the contract price shall be made in the currency or currencies in which the Bid Price is expressed in the Bid of the successful Bidder. Bidders may be required by the Employer to justify, to the Employer‟s satisfaction, their local and foreign currency requirements, and to substantiate that the amounts included in the unit rates and prices and shown in the Schedule of Adjustment Data are reasonable, in which case a detailed breakdown of the foreign currency requirements shall be provided by Bidders. The foreign currency requirements generally include the following: (a) expatriate staff and labour employed directly on the Works; (b) social, insurance, medical and other charges relating to such expatriate staff and labour, and foreign travel expenses; (c) imported materials, both temporary and permanent, including fuels, oil and lubricants required for the Works; (d) depreciation and usage of imported Plant and Contractor‟s Equipment, including spare parts, required for the Works; (e) foreign insurance and freight charges for imported materials, Plant and Contractor‟s Equipment, including spare parts; and (f) overhead expenses, fees, profit, and financial charges arising outside the Employer‟s country in 29 of 795.

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16 Documents Comprising the Technical Proposal

16.1

17 Documents Establishing the Qualifications of the Bidder

17.1

17.2

18 Period of Validity of Bids

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18.2

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connection with the Works. The Bidder shall furnish as part of the Technical Bid, a Technical Proposal including a statement of work methods, equipment, personnel, schedule, safety plan and any other information as stipulated in Section IV, Bidding Forms, in sufficient detail to demonstrate the adequacy of the Bidder‟s proposal to meet the work requirements and the completion time. In accordance with Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria, if the prequalification process was conducted prior to the bidding process, the Bidder shall provide in the corresponding information sheets included in Section IV, Bidding Forms, (i) updated information on any assessed aspect that changed from that time to establish that the Bidder continues to meet the criteria used at the time of prequalification and (ii) the requested information on the additional qualification criteria stated in Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria, or if the assessment of qualification criteria was not conducted prior to the bidding process, the Bidder shall provide the information requested in the corresponding information sheets included in Section IV, Bidding Forms. Any change in the structure or formation of a Bidder after being prequalified and invited to bid (including, in the case of a JV, any change in the structure or formation of any member thereto) shall be subject to the written approval of the Employer prior to the deadline for submission of Bids. Such approval shall be denied if (i) such change has not taken place by the free choice of the firms involved; (ii) as a consequence of the change, the Bidder no longer substantially meets the qualification criteria set forth in the Prequalification Documents; or (iii) in the opinion of the Employer, the change may result in a substantial reduction in competition. Any such change should be submitted to the Employer not later than fourteen (14) days after the date of the Invitation for Bids. Bids shall remain valid for the period specified in the BDS after the Bid submission deadline date prescribed by the Employer in accordance with ITB 22.1. A Bid valid for a shorter period shall be rejected by the Employer as non-responsive. In exceptional circumstances, prior to the expiration of the Bid validity period, the Employer may request Bidders to extend the period of validity of their Bids. 30 of 795.

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19 Bid Security

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The request and the responses shall be made in writing. The Bid Security shall also be extended for twenty-eight (28) days beyond the deadline of the extended validity period. A Bidder may refuse the request without forfeiting its Bid Security. A Bidder granting the request shall not be required or permitted to modify its Bid, except as provided in ITB 18.3. If the award is delayed by a period exceeding fifty-six (56) days beyond the expiry of the initial Bid validity, the Contract price shall be determined as follows: (a) In the case of fixed price contracts, the Contract price shall be the Bid Price adjusted by the factor specified in the BDS. (b) In the case of adjustable price contracts, to determine the Contract price, the fixed portion of the Bid Price shall be adjusted by the factor specified in the BDS. (c) In any case, Bid evaluation shall be based on the Bid Price without taking into consideration the applicable correction from those indicated above. The Bidder shall furnish as part of its Technical Bid, a Bid Security in the amount and currency specified in the BDS. The Bid Security shall be a demand guarantee in any of the following forms at the Bidder‟s option: (a) an unconditional guarantee issued by a bank or financial institution (such as an insurance, bonding or surety company); (b) an irrevocable letter of credit; (c) a cashier‟s or certified check; or (d) another security specified in the BDS, from a reputable source from an eligible source country. If the unconditional guarantee is issued by a financial institution located outside the Employer‟s Country, the issuing financial institution shall have a correspondent financial institution located in the Employer‟s Country to make it enforceable. In the case of a bank guarantee, the Bid Security shall be submitted either using the Bid Security Form included in Section IV, Bidding Forms, or in another substantially similar format approved by the Employer prior to Bid submission. In either case, the form must include the complete name of the Bidder. The Bid Security shall be valid for twenty-eight (28) days beyond the original validity period of the Bid, or beyond any period of extension if requested under ITB 18.2. Any Bid not accompanied by a substantially responsive 31 of 795.

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Instructions

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20.1

Bid Security shall be rejected by the Employer as nonresponsive. The Bid Security of unsuccessful Bidders shall be returned as promptly as possible upon the successful Bidder‟s signing the Contract and furnishing the Performance Security pursuant to ITB 42. The Bid Security of the successful Bidder shall be returned as promptly as possible once the successful Bidder has signed the Contract and furnished the required Performance Security. The Bid Security may be forfeited: (a) if a Bidder withdraws its Bid during the period of Bid validity specified by the Bidder on the Letters of Technical Bid and Price Bid, or any extension thereto provided by the Bidder; or (b) if the successful Bidder fails to: i. sign the Contract in accordance with ITB 41; or ii. furnish a Performance Security in accordance with ITB 42. The Bid Security of a JV shall be in the name of the JV that submits the Bid. If the JV has not been legally constituted into a legally enforceable JV at the time of bidding, the Bid Security shall be in the names of all future members as named in the letter of intent referred to in ITB 4.1 and ITB 11.4. Deleted

20.2 20.3 20.4

Deleted Deleted Deleted

19.4

19.5

19.6

19.7

20 Format and Signing of Bid

Section

D. Submission and Opening of Bids 21 Sealing and Marking of Bids

22 Deadline for Submission of Bids

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Deleted

21.2 21.3 21.4 21.5 22.1

Deleted Deleted Deleted Deleted Bids must be received by the Employer through CPP Portal and no later than the date and time specified in the BDS. The Employer may, at its discretion, extend the deadline for the submission of Bids by amending the Bidding Documents in accordance with ITB 8, in which case all rights and obligations of the Employer and Bidders

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23 Late Bids

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24 Withdrawal, Substitution, and Modification of Bids

24.1

24.2 24.3

25 Bid Opening

25.1

25.2 25.3 25.4 25.5 25.6

25.7

25.8

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Instructions

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previously subject to the deadline shall thereafter be subject to the deadline as extended. The Employer shall not consider any Bid that arrives after the deadline for submission of Bids, in accordance with ITB 22. Any Bid received by the Employer after the deadline for submission of Bids shall be declared late, rejected, and returned unopened to the Bidder. A Bidder may withdraw, substitute, or modify its Bid – Technical or Price – at any time before the bid submission deadline of date and time. Deleted . No Bid may be withdrawn, substituted, or modified in the interval between the deadline for submission of Bids and the expiration of the period of Bid validity specified by the Bidder on the Letters of Technical Bid and Price Bid or any extension thereof. The Technical bids will be decrypted and opened online, on or after the scheduled date and time. Till such time, the bids will be only in the encrypted form. After the scheduled time, the bids will be opened by stipulated Bid Openers with their Digital Signature Certificates (DSC). The Technical-bids shall be evaluated based on the information furnished by bidders. If any clarification is required from bidder, CMRL will seek such clarifications. No Bid withdrawal shall be permitted after deadline of submitted date and time. Deleted. Deleted. Deleted. The Employer shall prepare a record of the Bid opening that shall include, as a minimum: the name of the Bidder; the Bid Price, per lot (contract) if applicable, including any discounts, and the presence or absence of a Bid Security. After evaluation of Technical-bids, all the bidders who participated in the tender will get information regarding their acceptance or otherwise of their tender. In case of non-acceptance of tender, reason shall be furnished. Thereafter, a system generated e-mail confirmation will be sent to all Technically qualified bidders communicating the date and time of opening of pricebid, in case of TWO BID SYSTEM ONLY. The Employer will notify Bidders through CPP portal who have been rejected on the grounds of their 33 of 795.

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Technical Bids being substantially non-responsive to the requirements of the Bidding Document and their Price Bids will not be opened. 25.9 Deleted. 25.10 Deleted. 25.11 The Employer shall prepare a record of the opening of Price Bids that shall include, as a minimum: the name of the Bidder, the Bid Price (per lot if applicable), any discounts, and alternative Bids. E. Evaluation and Comparison of Bids 26 Confidentiality

26.1

26.2

26.3

27 Clarification of Bids

27.1

27.2

28 Deviations, Reservations, and Omissions

28.1

Information relating to the evaluation of Bids and recommendation of contract award shall not be disclosed to Bidders or any other persons not officially concerned with the bidding process until information on Contract award is communicated to all Bidders in accordance with ITB 40. Any attempt by a Bidder to influence the Employer in the evaluation of the Bids or Contract award decisions may result in the rejection of its Bid. Notwithstanding ITB 26.2, from the time of Bid opening to the time of Contract award, if a Bidder wishes to contact the Employer on any matter related to the bidding process, it shall do so in writing. To assist in the examination, evaluation, and comparison of the Technical and Price Bids, and qualification of the Bidders, the Employer may, at its discretion, ask any Bidder for a clarification of its Bid, giving a reasonable time for a response. Any clarification submitted by a Bidder that is not in response to a request by the Employer shall not be considered. The Employer‟s request for clarification and the response shall be in writing. No change in the substance of the Technical Bid or prices in the Price Bid, including any voluntary increase or decrease in the prices, shall be sought, offered, or permitted, except to confirm the correction of arithmetic errors discovered by the Employer in the evaluation of the Price Bids, in accordance with ITB 33. If a Bidder does not provide clarifications of its Bid by the date and time set in the Employer‟s request for clarification, its Bid may be rejected. During the evaluation of Bids, the following definitions apply: (a) “Deviation” is a departure from the requirements specified in the Bidding Documents; 34 of 795.

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29.2

30 Qualification of the Bidder

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30.2

30.3

31 Determination of Responsiveness of Technical Bid

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31.2

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(b) “Reservation” is the setting of limiting conditions or withholding from complete acceptance of the requirements specified in the Bidding Documents; and (c) “Omission” is the failure to submit part or all of the information or documentation required in the Bidding Documents. The Employer shall examine the Technical Bid to confirm that all documents and technical documentation requested in ITB 11.2 have been provided, and to determine the completeness of each document submitted. The Employer shall confirm that the following documents and information have been provided in the Technical Bid. If any of these documents or information is missing, the Bid shall be rejected. (a) Letter of Technical Bid; (b) written confirmation of authorization to commit the Bidder; (c) Bid Security; and (d) Technical Proposal in accordance with ITB 16; The Employer shall determine to its satisfaction whether Bidders meet the qualifying criteria specified in Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria, during the evaluation of Technical Bids. However, if prequalification was carried out prior to the bidding process, the Employer may carry out the assessment of the qualification criteria specified in Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria, for the Bidder who submitted the lowest evaluated and substantially responsive Bid only. The determination shall be based upon an examination of the documentary evidence of the Bidder‟s qualifications submitted by the Bidder, pursuant ITB 17. An affirmative determination shall be a prerequisite for award of the Contract to the Bidder. A negative determination shall result in disqualification of the Bid, in which event if the assessment of the Bidder‟s qualification was conducted for the lowest evaluated Bidder only, in accordance with ITB 30.1, the Employer shall proceed to the next lowest evaluated Bid to make a similar determination. The Employer‟s determination of a Technical Bid‟s responsiveness is to be based on the contents of the Bid itself, as defined in ITB 11.2. A substantially responsive Technical Bid is one that 35 of 795.

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31.4

32 Nonmaterial Nonconformities

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32.3

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meets the requirements of the Bidding Documents without material deviation, reservation, or omission. A material deviation, reservation, or omission is one that, a. if accepted would i. affect in any substantial way the scope, quality, or performance of the Works specified in the Contract; or ii. limit in any substantial way, inconsistent with the Bidding Documents, the Employer‟s rights or the Bidder‟s obligations under the proposed Contract; or b. if rectified, would unfairly affect the competitive position of other Bidders presenting substantially responsive Bids. The Employer shall examine the Technical Bid submitted in accordance with ITB 16, Technical Proposal, in particular, to confirm that all requirements of Section VI, Works Requirements have been met without any material deviation, reservation or omission. If a Technical Bid is not substantially responsive to the requirements of the Bidding Documents, it shall be rejected by the Employer and may not subsequently be made responsive by correction of the material deviation, reservation, or omission. Provided that a Bid is substantially responsive, the Employer may waive any nonconformities in the Bid that do not constitute a material deviation, reservation, or omission. Provided that a Technical Bid is substantially responsive, the Employer may request that the Bidder submit the necessary information or documentation, within a reasonable period of time, to rectify nonmaterial nonconformities in the Technical Bid related to documentation requirements. Requesting information or documentation on such nonconformities shall not be related to any aspect of the Price Bid. Failure of the Bidder to comply with the request may result in the rejection of its Bid. Provided that a Technical Bid is substantially responsive, the Employer shall rectify quantifiable nonmaterial nonconformities related to the Bid Price. To this effect, the Bid Price shall be adjusted, for comparison purposes only, to reflect the price of a missing or non-conforming item or component. The adjustment shall be made using the method specified in Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria. 36 of 795.

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33 Correction of Arithmetical Errors

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33.2

34 Conversion to Single Currency

34.1

35 Subcontractors

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35.3

36 Evaluation of Price

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Provided that the bid is substantially responsive, the Employer shall correct arithmetical errors on the following basis: (a) if there is a discrepancy between the unit price and the total price that is obtained by multiplying the unit price and quantity, the unit price shall prevail and the total price shall be corrected, unless in the opinion of the Employer there is an obvious misplacement of the decimal point in the unit price, in which case the total price as quoted shall govern and the unit price shall be corrected; (b) if there is an error in a total corresponding to the addition or subtraction of subtotals, the subtotals shall prevail and the total shall be corrected; and (c) if there is a discrepancy between words and figures, the amount in words shall prevail, unless the amount expressed in words is related to an arithmetic error, in which case the amount in figures shall prevail subject to (a) and (b) above. Bidders shall be requested to accept correction of arithmetical errors. Failure to accept the correction in accordance with ITB 33.1, shall result in the rejection of the Bid. For evaluation and comparison purposes, the currency(ies) of the Bid shall be converted into a single currency as specified in the BDS. Unless otherwise stated in the BDS, the Employer does not intend to execute any specific elements of the Works by subcontractors selected in advance by the Employer (nominated subcontractors). In case Prequalification was not conducted prior to the bidding process, Bidders planning to subcontract any of the key activities indicated in Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria, shall clearly identify the proposed specialist subcontractor(s) in Forms ELI-2 and EXP-2(b) in Section IV, Bidding Forms. Such proposed specialist subcontractors(s) shall meet the corresponding qualification requirements specified in Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria. In case Prequalification was conducted prior to the bidding process, the Bidder‟s Bid shall name the same specialist subcontractor(s) whose experience in the key activities was evaluated in the Prequalification, unless such change is explicitly approved by the Employer in accordance with ITB 17.2. The Employer shall use the criteria and methodologies 37 of 795.

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36.3

36.4

36.5

37 Comparison of Bids

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listed in this Clause. No other evaluation criteria or methodologies shall be permitted. To evaluate a Price Bid, the Employer shall consider the following: (a) the Bid Price, excluding Provisional Sums and the provision, if any, for contingencies in the Summary Bill of Quantities, but including Daywork items, where priced competitively; (b) price adjustment for correction of arithmetic errors in accordance with ITB 33.1; (c) price adjustment due to discounts offered in accordance with ITB 14.4; (d) converting the amount resulting from applying (a) to (c) above, if relevant, to a single currency in accordance with ITB 34; (e) price adjustment due to quantifiable nonmaterial nonconformities in accordance with ITB 32.3; (f) the additional evaluation factors specified in Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria; The estimated effect of the price adjustment provisions of the Conditions of Contract, applied over the period of execution of the Contract, shall not be taken into account in Bid evaluation. If these Bidding Documents allow Bidders to quote separate prices for different lots (contracts), the methodology to determine the lowest evaluated price of the lot (contract) combinations, including any discounts offered in the Letter of Price Bid, is specified in Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria. If the Bid, which results in the lowest Evaluated Bid Price, is seriously unbalanced or front loaded in the opinion of the Employer, the Employer may require the Bidder to produce detailed price analyses for any or all items of the Bill of Quantities, to demonstrate the internal consistency of those prices with the construction methods and schedule proposed. After evaluation of the price analyses, taking into consideration the schedule of estimated Contract payments, the Employer may require that the amount of the Performance Security be increased at the expense of the Bidder to a level sufficient to protect the Employer against financial loss in the event of default of the successful Bidder under the Contract. The Employer shall compare the evaluated prices of all substantially responsive Bids established in accordance with ITB 36.2 to determine the lowest evaluated Bid. 38 of 795.

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38 Employer‟s Right to Accept Any Bid, and to Reject Any or All Bids

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to

Bidders

The Employer reserves the right to accept or reject any Bid, and to annul the bidding process and reject all Bids at any time prior to contract award, without thereby incurring any liability to Bidders. In case of annulment, all Bids submitted and specifically, Bid securities, shall be promptly returned to the Bidders. F. Award of Contract

39 Award Criteria

39.1

40 Notification of Award

40.1

40.2

40.3 40.4

41 Signing of Contract

41.1

Subject to ITB 38.1, the Employer shall award the Contract to the Bidder whose offer has been determined to be the lowest evaluated Bid and is substantially responsive to the Bidding Documents, provided further that the Bidder is determined to be qualified to perform the Contract satisfactorily. Prior to the expiration of the period of Bid validity, the Employer shall notify the successful Bidder, in writing, that its Bid has been accepted. The notification letter (hereinafter and in the Conditions of Contract and Contract Forms called the “Letter of Acceptance”) shall specify the sum that the Employer will pay the Contractor in consideration of the execution and completion of the Works (hereinafter and in the Conditions of Contract and Contract Forms called “the Accepted Contract Amount”). At the same time, the Employer shall also notify all other Bidders of the results of the bidding. After a contract has been determined to be eligible for financing under Japanese ODA Loans, the following information may be made public by JICA: (a) name of each Bidder who submitted a Bid; (b) Bid Prices as read out at Bid Opening; (c) name and address of the successful Bidder; (d) name and address of the supplier; and (e) award date and amount of the contract Until a formal contract is prepared and executed, the Letter of Acceptance shall constitute a binding Contract. After notification of award, unsuccessful Bidders may request in writing to the Employer a debriefing seeking explanations on the grounds on which their Bids were not selected. The Employer shall promptly respond in writing to any unsuccessful Bidder who, after notification of award in accordance with ITB 40.1, requests a debriefing. Promptly upon notification, the Employer shall send the successful Bidder the Contract Agreement. 39 of 795.

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Instructions

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Bidders

41.2

Within twenty-eight (28) days of receipt of the Contract Agreement, the successful Bidder shall sign, date, and return it to the Employer.

42 Performance Security 42.1

Within twenty-eight (28) days of the receipt of the Letter of Acceptance from the Employer, the successful Bidder shall furnish the Performance Security in accordance with the General Conditions of Contract, subject to ITB 36.5, using for that purpose the Performance Security Form included in Section IX, Annex to the Particular Conditions - Contract Forms, or another form acceptable to the Employer. If the Performance Security furnished by the successful Bidder is in the form of a bond, it shall be issued by a bonding or insurance company that has been determined by the successful Bidder to be acceptable to the Employer. A foreign institution providing a bond shall have a correspondent financial institution located in the Employer‟s Country.

42.2

Failure of the successful Bidder to submit the abovementioned Performance Security or sign the Contract shall constitute sufficient grounds for the annulment of the award and forfeiture of the Bid Security. In that event the Employer may award the Contract to the next lowest evaluated Bidder whose Bid is substantially responsive and is determined by the Employer to be qualified to perform the Contract satisfactorily.

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Section III. Evaluation and Qualification Criteria (without prequalification) EQC-1

Bid Data Sheet A. General ITB 1.1

The number and identification of this ICB is: ATW-07

ITB 1.1

The Employer is: Chennai Metro Rail Limited

ITB 1.1

The name, identification and number of the contract comprising this ICB are: Chennai Metro Rail Project (V) Phase-1 Extension Contract ATW-07, “Installation, Testing and Commissioning of Ballastless Track of Standard Gauge in Elevated, Underground Sections and Wimco Nagar Depot along with supply and installation of Buffer stops for Chennai Metro Phase-1 Extension Project” Number of the lots/ contracts of this ICB: One

ITB 2.1

The Borrower is: Government of India

ITB 2.1

The number of the Loan Agreement is: ID-P258 The amount of a Japanese ODA Loan is: JPY 33,321,000,000/The signed date of the Loan Agreement is: 31 March, 2017

ITB 2.1

The name of the Project is: Chennai Metro Rail Project (V) Phase-1 Extension

ITB 2.2

The applicable Guidelines for Procurement under Japanese ODA Loans are those published in April 2012

ITB 3.1(c)

A list of debarred firms and individuals is available at the World Bank‟s website: www.worldbank.org/debarr

ITB 4.5

This bidding is not subject to prequalification. B. Bidding Documents

ITB 7.1

For clarification purposes only, the Employer‟s address is: General Manager (Track and Elevated) Chennai Metro Rail Limited Admin Building, CMRL Depot, Poonamallee High Road, Koyambedu Chennai 600 107, India Telephone: +91-44-2379 2000, Facsimile number: +91-44-2379 2200 Email: [email protected]

ITB 7.1

Responses to any request for clarification, if any, will be published on the Employer‟s web page: http://www.chennaimetrorail.org & http://eprocure.gov.in/eprocure/app

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ITB 7.4

A Pre-bid meeting will take place at the following date, time and place: Date: 24 May 2018 Time: 11:00 HRS Conference Room, 1st Floor Chennai Metro Rail Limited Admin Building, CMRL Depot Poonamallee High Road, Koyambedu Chennai 600 107, India A site visit will be organized by the employer if required.

ITB 8.2

Addenda, if any, will be published on the Employer‟s web page. C. Preparation of Bids

ITB 10.1

The language of the Bid is: English

ITB 11.2

The ITB 11.2 is replaced completely with the following. The Technical Bid shall comprise the following: a) Letter of Technical Bid b) Bid security in accordance with ITB 19 c) Safety performance record including Annexure A d) Undertaking for not being penalised in a contract e) Undertaking for unsuccessful projects f) Undertaking in the case of sub-contracting g) Copies of ISO 9001 quality assurance certificate of the bidder or in case of JV, each constituent member of the Joint Venture. h) written confirmation authorizing the signatory of the Bid to commit the Bidder, in accordance with ITB 20.2; i) documentary evidence in accordance with ITB 17 establishing the Bidder’s qualifications to perform the contract if its Bid is accepted; j) Technical Proposal in accordance with ITB 16; k) Acknowledgement of Compliance with Guidelines for Procurement under Japanese ODA Loans (Form ACK), which shall be signed and dated by the Bidder’s authorized representative. The documents „a‟ to „g‟ mentioned above shall be enclosed in a cover marked as „Initial Filter.‟

ITB 11.3 (d)

The Bidder shall submit with its Price Bid the following additional documents: NIL

ITB 14.7

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ITB 15.1

The currency(ies) of the Bid shall be as described below: The unit rates shall be quoted by the Bidder in the Bill of Quantities separately in the following currencies: (i) for those inputs to the Works that the Bidder expects to supply from within the Employer‟s country, and further referred to as “the local currency”: Indian Rupees and (ii) for those inputs to the Works that the Bidder expects to supply from outside the Employer‟s country (referred to as “the foreign currency requirements”): Japanese Yen or US Dollar or Euro.

ITB 18.1

The Bid validity period shall be 180 days.

ITB 18.3 (b)

The fixed portion of the Bid Price shall be adjusted by the following factor: 1.1

ITB 19.1

The amount and currency of the Bid Security shall be either INR 96,00,000/- (Indian Rupees Ninety Six Lakhs only) or USD 143,782 (One Hundred and forty Three Thousand SEVEN hundred & EIGHTY Two US Dollars Only)

ITB 19.2 (d)

Other types of acceptable securities: None The scanned copy of Bank Guarnatee towards Bid security has to be uplaodded along with the submission of Bid and the original bank guarratee must be submitted in physical form,on or before 15:00 hrsof last date of submission of online bid. (e-Tender). The bids submitted without cost of bid documente and bid security by the bidders shall b e ioutrightly rejected. GST registration certificate must be enclosed along with bid security.

ITB 20.1

In addition to the soft copy of the Bid, one hard copy to be submitted on or before last date of bid submission. The written confirmation of authorization to sign on behalf of the Bidder shall consist of: (a) Board resolution of each member of JV authorising the respective signatory (b) Power of Attorney of each member of JV/ Consortium authorizing the signatory of the bid to commit the bid.

ITB 20.2

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D. Submission and Opening of Bids ITB 22.1

For Bid submission purposes only, the Employer‟s address is: Conference Room, 1st Floor, Chennai Metro Rail Limited Admin Building, CMRL Depot, Poonamallee High Road, Koyambedu Chennai 600 107 The deadline for Bid submission is: Date: 17th June 2018 Time: 15:00 HRS IST

ITB 25.1

The opening of the Technical Bid shall take place at: Conference Room, 1st Floor, Chennai Metro Rail Limited Admin Building, CMRL Depot, Poonamallee High Road, Koyambedu Chennai 600 107 Date: 18th June 2018 Time: 15.00 HRS IST E. Evaluation, and Comparison of Bids

ITB 34.1

The currency that shall be used for Bid evaluation and comparison purposes to convert all Bid Prices expressed in various currencies into a single currency is: Indian Rupee (INR) The source of exchange rate shall be: Reserve Bank of India The date for exchange rate shall be: 28 days prior to the date of submission of the Bid The Employer will convert the amounts in various currencies in which the Bid Price, corrected pursuant to ITB 33, is payable (excluding Provisional Sums) to the single currency identified above at the selling rates established for similar transactions by the authority specified and on the date stipulated above.

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Section III.

Evaluation and Qualification Criteria (Without Prequalification)

Notes on Evaluation and Qualification Criteria This Section contains all the criteria that the Employer shall use to evaluate Bids and qualify Bidders in accordance with ITB 30 and ITB 36. No other factors, methods or criteria shall be used. The Bidder shall provide all the information requested in the forms included in Section IV, Bidding Forms.

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Section IV. Bidding Forms BF-1

Evaluation and Qualification Criteria (Without Prequalification) 1.

Evaluation

1.1 Evaluation of Technical Bids 1.1.1 Assessment of adequacy of Technical Proposal with Requirements Evaluation of the Bidder‟s Technical Proposal will include an assessment of the Bidder‟s technical capacity to mobilize key equipment and personnel for the contract consistent with its proposal regarding work methods, scheduling, and material sourcing in sufficient detail and fully in accordance with the requirements stipulated in Section VI, Works Requirements. Only the bidders who satisfy the requirements set out in the following forms (provided in Section IV) shall be considered for technical evaluation a. Safety performance record b. Undertaking for not being penalised in a contract c. Undertaking for unsuccessful projects d. Undertaking in the case of sub-contracting and e. ISO 9001 quality assurance certificate 1.1.2 Personnel For ATW-07 package, the Bidder must demonstrate that it has the personnel employed by them for the key positions that meet the following requirements. S. No. 1

Position

Minimum Requirement

Project Manager

1 No. with Bachelor‟s Degree/ Post Graduation in Civil Engineering with minimum 15 years total experience and 10 years experience in the role of Project Manager in the execution of similar type of works

2

Dy. Project Manager: Ballastless Track and Turnouts

2 No. with Bachelor‟s Degree in Civil Engineering with minimum 10 years total experience and 5 years experience in installation of Ballastless Track

3

Planning and Scheduling Manager

1 No. with Bachelor‟s Degree in Civil Engineering with minimum 10 years total experience and 7 years experience in the role of Planning and Scheduling Manager in the execution of similar type of works. Certificate for experience in the use of planning software such as Primavera/ MS Project is essential

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QA & QC Manager

5

Chief Safety and Health Manager

6

Survey In-Charge

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1 No. each with Bachelor‟s Degree in Civil Engineering and certificate in QA & QC, with minimum 12 years total experience and 8 year experience in the role of QA & QC Manager in the execution of similar type of works, esp having experience in Rail Welding QA & QC 1 No. with Bachelor‟s Degree in Engineering with Diploma in Safety Course with minimum 10 years total experience and 7 year experience in the role of Chief Safety and Health Manager in the execution of similar type of works 1 No. with minimum 10 years total experience and 5 year experience in Installation of Ballstless Trackwork in Urban Context

This is the minimum requirement for personnel. However, additional personnel must be deployed as needed. The supporting documents of qualification and experience klfrom the client/ employer need to be submitted along with bid documents. Total work experience of personnel mentioned above is for Engineering graduates. For Diploma holders, the total number of years of experience shown above should be increased by 3 years. The Bidder shall provide details of the proposed personnel and their experience records in Form PER-1 and Form PER-2 in Section IV, Bidding Forms. 1.1.3 Equipment For ATW-07 package, the Bidder must demonstrate that it has the key equipment listed hereafter: S. No.

Equipment Type and Characteristics

1 2 3 4 5

Flash Butt Welding Setup 150 tonne Safe Working Load (SWL) Crane Batching Plant (30 cum) Transit Mixers Concrete Pump / Boom Placer Automatic Bending and Cutting machinery for Reinforcement

6

Minimum Number required 2 2 1 4 2 1

The Bidder shall provide further details of proposed items of equipment using Form EQU in Section IV, Bidding Forms as well as copies of invoices and rental or lease agreement. Arrangement with RMC plant to provide concrete in the event of breakdown of the batching plant shall be furnished after award of work. Plant and machinery shall not be older than five years.

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As an alternative to Sl. 3 & 4 above, the contractor may opt for agreement with minimum 2 RMC plants to supply the concrete as and when required as per the required design mix of concrete, and the same may be submitted.

1.2 Evaluation of Price Bids In addition to the criteria listed in ITB 36.2 (a) – (d) the following criteria shall apply: 1.2.1 Quantifiable Nonmaterial Nonconformities and Omissions The evaluated cost of quantifiable nonconformities are determined as follows: Pursuant to ITB 32.3, the cost of all quantifiable nonmaterial nonconformities or omissions shall be evaluated. The Employer will make its own assessment of the cost of any nonmaterial nonconformities and omissions for the purpose of ensuring fair comparison of Bids, except for the omissions stated in ITB 14.2 which shall be treated in accordance with said clause.

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Qualification (i)

Exchange Rate for Qualification Criteria Wherever a Form in Section IV, Bidding Forms, requires a Bidder to state a monetary amount, Bidders should indicate the Indian Rupee (INR) equivalent using the rate of exchange determined as follows: (a) For construction turnover or financial data required for each year - Exchange rate prevailing on the last day of the respective calendar year. (b) Value of single contract - Exchange rate prevailing on the date of the contract. Exchange rates shall be taken from the publicly available source identified in BDS 34.1 or, in case such rates are not available in the source identified above, any other publicly available source acceptable to the Employer. Any error in determining the exchange rates may be corrected by the Employer.

Eligibility and Qualification Criteria No.

Factor

Requirement

Compliance Requirements Joint Venture (existing or intended) Single Entity

All Parties Combined

Documentation

Each Member

One Member

Submission Requirements

2.1 Eligibility 2.1.1

Nationality

Nationality in accordance with ITB 4.3

Must meet requirement

N/A

Must meet requirement

N/A

Forms ELI – 1 and 2, with attachments

2.1.2

Conflict of Interest

No conflicts of interest in ITB 4.2

Must meet requirement

N/A

Must meet requirement

N/A

Letter of Technical Bid

2.1.3

JICA Ineligibility

Not having been declared ineligible by JICA, as described in ITB 4.4

Must meet requirement

N/A

Must meet requirement

N/A

Letter of Technical Bid Form ACK

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Eligibility and Qualification Criteria

Compliance Requirements

Documentati on

Joint Venture (existing or intended) No.

Factor

Requirement

Single Entity

All Parties Combined

Each Member

One Member

Submission Requirement s

2.2 Historical Contract Non-Performance 2.2.1

2.2.2

2.2.3

History of NonPerforming Contracts Pending Litigation

Litigation History

(i)

Non-performance of a contract did not occur as a result of the st contractor‟s default since 1 January 2016 All pending litigation shall in total not represent more than 50% of the Bidder‟s net worth and shall be treated as resolved against the Bidder. No consistent history of court/ arbitral award decisions against the Bidder (iii) st since 1 January, 2013

Must meet (ii) requirement

N/A

Must meet (ii) requirement

N/A

Form CON

Must meet (ii) requirement

N/A

Must meet (ii) requirement

N/A

Form CON

Must meet (ii) requirement

N/A

Must meet (ii) requirement

N/A

Form CON

Notes for the Bidder (i) Non-performance, as decided by the Employer, shall include all contracts (a) where non-performance was not challenged by the contractor, including through referral to the dispute resolution mechanism under the respective contract, and (b) that were so challenged but fully settled against the contractor. Non-performance shall not include contracts where Employers decision was overruled by the dispute resolution mechanism. Nonperformance must be based on all information on fully settled disputes or litigation, i.e. dispute or litigation that has been resolved in accordance with the dispute resolution mechanism under the respective contract and where all appeal instances available to the Bidder have been exhausted. (ii)

This requirement also applies to contracts executed by the Bidder as a JV member.

(iii) The Bidder shall provide accurate information on the related Bidding Form about any litigation or arbitration resulting from contracts completed or ongoing under its execution over the last five (5) years. A consistent history of awards against the Bidder or any member of a joint venture may result in failure of the Bid. Details pertaining to litigation history will be evaluated over a 5-year period. The Tenderer shall

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provide accurate information on the related Tender Form and in a separate statement furnishing numbers and details of such litigation cases about any litigation or arbitration resulting from contracts completed or ongoing under its execution over the last five (5) years. Maximum 10% of the contracts handled over a period of 5 years, rounded up to next whole number, shall be acceptable for arbitral awards or court decisions against the Tenderer. As an indicative example, for a Contractor handling/ handled fifty (50) contracts over the last five (5) years, should be acceptable to have maximum five (5) number of arbitral awards or court decisions against the Tenderer/ Contractor.

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Eligibility and Qualification Criteria No.

Factor

Requirement

Single Entity

Compliance Requirements Joint Venture (existing or intended) All Parties Combined

Each Member

Documentation

One Member

Submission Requirements

2.3 Financial Situation 2.3.1

Financial Performance

2.3.2

Annual Construction Turnover

The audited balance sheets or, if not required by the laws of the Bidder‟s country, other financial statements acceptable to the Employer, for the last Five (5) years shall be submitted and must demonstrate the current soundness of the Bidder‟s financial position and indicate its prospective long-term profitability. As the minimum requirement, a Bidder‟s net worth calculated as the difference between total assets and total liabilities should be positive in three out of the last five financial years. Minimum total construction turnover of INR 72 Crore/ USD 10.73 Million, during the last three financial years and current financial years.

Must meet requirement

N/A

Must meet requirement

N/A

Form FIN –1 with attachments

Must meet requirement

Must meet requirement

N/A

Must meet 50% of the requirement

Form FIN – 2

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Eligibility and Qualification Criteria No.

Factor

Requirement

Compliance Requirements Joint Venture (existing or intended) Single Entity

Documentation

All Parties Combined

Each Member

One Member

Submission Requirements

2.4 Experience 2.4.1

General Construction Experience

Experience under construction contracts in the role of prime contractor (single entity or JV member), subcontractor, or (i) management contractor , for at st least the last Five years, starting 1 January 2013.

Must meet requirement

N/A

Must meet requirement

N/A

Form EXP – 1

2.4.2 (a)

Specific Construction Experience

A minimum number of work(s) that have been satisfactorily and (iii) substantially completed as a prime contractor (single entity or JV (iv) member) between 1st January 2013 and Bid submission deadline

Must meet requirement

Must meet (v) requirement

N/A

N/A

Form EXP – 2 (a)

(ii)

a1). One work of value INR 20.244Cr. or above or (ii)

a2). Two works each of value INR 14.16Cr. or above or (ii)

a3). Three works each of value INR 11.56 Cr. or above

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For the above or other contracts completed and under implementation as prime contractor (single entity or JV member), management (vi) contractor or sub-contractor st between 1 January 2013 and Bid submission deadline, a minimum construction experience in the following key activities successfully (iii) completed

Section IV. Bidding Forms BF-9 Must meet requirement (can be a specialist subcontractor) (vi)

Must meet requirement (can be a specialist subcontractor)

N/A

N/A

Form EXP – 2 (b)

(vi)

b1) One work of installation of ballastless track for a metro or railway project of 10 track km or more or b2) Two works of installation of ballastless track for a metro or railway project, each 7.5 track km or more or b3) Three works of installation of ballastless track for a metro or railway project, each 5 track km or more Notes for the Bidder

(i) A management contractor is a firm which takes on the role of contract management as a “general” contractor of sort could do. It does not normally perform directly the construction work(s) associated with the contract. Rather, it manages the work of other (sub) contractors, while bearing full responsibility and risk for price, quality, and timely performance of the work contract. (ii) Similar works shall mean installation of tracks. The value of rails, fasteners or turnouts if supplied by the installation contractor can additionally be included. Summation of number of small value contracts (less than the value specified under requirement) to meet the overall requirement will not be accepted.

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(iii) Substantial completion shall be based on 80% or more of the works completed under the contract. For contracts under which the Bidder participated as a JV member, only the Bidder‟s share, by value, shall be considered to meet this requirement. (iv) In case of a JV, the value of contracts completed by its members shall be aggregated to determine whether the requirement of the minimum value of a single contract has been met. (v) Experience certificate for Prime Contractor, Management Contractor and Sub-Contractor issued by the project Client will only be considered. The certificate issued by the Main-Contractor or others will not be considered.

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Eligibility and Qualification Criteria No.

Factor

Requirement

Single Entity

Compliance Requirements Joint Venture (existing or intended) All Parties Combined

Documentation

Each Member

One Member

Submission Requirements

2.5 Financial Resources 2.5.1

Financial Resources

(i) The Bidder shall demonstrate that it has access to, or has available, liquid assets, unencumbered real assets, lines of credit, and other financial means (independent of any contractual advance payment) sufficient to meet the construction cash flow requirements estimated as INR 9 Cr (USD 1.4 Million) per month for the subject contract(s) net of the Bidder‟s other commitments.

Must meet requirement

Must meet requirement

Must meet 25% of the requirement

Must meet 40% of the requirement

Form FIR – 1

(ii) The Bidders shall also demonstrate, to the satisfaction of the Employer, that it has adequate sources of finance to meet the cash flow requirements on works currently in progress and for future contract commitments.

Must meet requirement

Must meet requirement

N/A

N/A

Form FIR – 1 and FIR – 2

Note to Bidders: 1. For evaluation under Clause 2.5.1 (i), Certificate from Bank to be provided by the Bidder 2. For evaluation under Clause 2.5.1 (ii), Bank/ Auditor‟s Certificate has to be provided by the Bidder

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Section IV. Bidding Forms

The Bidder shall fill out all Bidding Forms and include in its Bid. These forms are the Letter of Bid and relevant Schedules, the Bid Security, the Bill of Quantities, the Technical Proposal Form, and the Bidder‟s Qualification Information Forms.

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Table of Forms

1.

Letter of Technical Bid

2.

Letter of Price Bid

3.

Schedule of Adjustment Data

4.

Bill of Quantities

5.

Technical Proposal a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h.

6.

Site Organization Method Statement Mobilization Schedule Construction Schedule Safety Plan Form PER -1: Proposed Personnel Form PER -2: Resume of Proposed Personnel Form EQU: Equipment

Bidder‟s Qualification i. j. k. l. m. n. o. p. q. r.

Form ELI -1: Bidder Information Form Form ELI -2: Bidder's Party Information Form Form CON: Historical Contract Non-Performance Form FIN -1: Financial Situation Form FIN -2: Average Annual Construction Turnover Form FIR -1: Financial Resources Form FIR -2: Current Contract Commitments Form EXP -1: General Construction Experience Form EXP -2(a): Specific Construction Experience Form EXP -2(b): Construction Experience in Key Activities

7.

Form ACK Acknowledgement of Compliance with Guidelines for Procurement under Japanese ODA Loans

8.

Form of Bid Security

9.

Safety Performance Record

10.

Undertaking for Unsuccessful Projects

11.

Undertaking for not being Penalised in a Contract

12.

Undertaking in case of sub-contracting

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Option B: Two-Envelope Bidding

Letter of Technical Bid Date: [insert date of Bid submission] Loan Agreement No.: [insert No of Loan] IFB No.: [insert number] Alternative No.: [insert identification No. if this is a Bid for an alternative] To: Chennai Metro Rail Limited CMRL Depot, Admin Building, Poonamallee High Road, Koyambedu, Chennai 600 107 We, the undersigned, declare that: (a) We have examined and have no reservations to the Bidding Documents, including addenda issued in accordance with Instructions to Bidders (ITB 8). [Insert the number and issuing date of each addendum]; (b) We, including subcontractors meet the eligibility requirements in accordance with ITB 4 and ITB 5; (c) We, including subcontractors have no conflict of interest in accordance with ITB 4; (d) We offer to execute in conformity with the Bidding Documents the following Works: Installation, Testing and Commissioning of Ballastless Track of Standard Gauge in Elevated, Underground Sections and Wimco Nagar Depot along with supply and installation of Buffer stops for Chennai Metro Phase-1 Extension Project; (e) Our Bid shall be valid for a period of 180 days from the date fixed for the Bid submission deadline in accordance with the Bidding Documents, and it shall remain binding upon us and may be accepted at any time before the expiration of that period;

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(f) We are not participating, as a Bidder or as a subcontractor, in more than one Bid in this bidding process in accordance with ITB 4.2(c), other than alternative Bids submitted in accordance with ITB 13; and (g) We hereby certify that we have taken steps to ensure that no person acting for us or on our behalf will engage in any type of fraud and corruption.

Name of the Bidder*[insert complete name of person signing the Bid] Name of the person duly authorized to sign the Bid on behalf of the Bidder**[insert complete name of person duly authorized to sign the Bid] Title of the person signing the Bid [insert complete title of the person signing the Bid] Signature of the person named above [insert signature of person whose name and capacity are shown above] Date signed [insert date of signing] day of [insert month], [insert year]

*: In the case of the Bid submitted by joint venture specify the name of the Joint Venture as Bidder **: Person signing the Bid shall have the power of attorney given by the Bidder (to be attached with the Bid).

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Letter of Price Bid Date: [insert date of Bid submission] Loan Agreement No.: [insert No of Loan] IFB No.: [insert number] Alternative No.: [insert identification No. if this is a Bid for an alternative] To: Chennai Metro Rail Limited CMRL Depot, Admin Building, Poonamallee High Road, Koyambedu, Chennai 600 107 We, the undersigned, declare that: (a) We have examined and have no reservations to the Bidding Documents, including addenda issued in accordance with Instructions to Bidders (ITB 8). [Insert the number and issuing date of each addendum]; (b) We offer to execute in conformity with the Bidding Documents and Technical Bid the following Works: Installation, Testing and Commissioning of Ballastless Track of Standard Gauge in Elevated, Underground Sections and Wimco Nagar Depot along with supply and installation of Buffer stops for Chennai Metro Phase-1 Extension Project; (c) The total price of our Bid, excluding any discounts offered in item (d) below is: In case of only one lot, total price of the Bid [insert the total price of the Bid in words and figures, indicating the various amounts and the respective currencies] i. Excluding GST: _____________ ii. Including GST: ______________ (d) The discounts offered and the methodology for their application are: The discounts offered are: [specify in detail each discount offered.] The exact method of calculations to determine the net price after application of discounts is shown below: [specify in detail the method that shall be used to apply the discounts.] ; (e) Our Bid shall be valid for a period of 180 days from the date fixed for the Bid submission deadline in accordance with the Bidding Documents, and it shall

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remain binding upon us and may be accepted at any time before the expiration of that period; (f) If our Bid is accepted, we commit to obtain a Performance Security in accordance with the Bidding Documents; (g) We understand that this Bid, together with your written acceptance thereof included in your Letter of Acceptance, shall constitute a binding contract between us, until a formal contract is prepared and executed; and (h) We understand that you are not bound to accept the lowest evaluated Bid or any other Bid that you may receive.

Name of the Bidder*[insert complete name of person signing the Bid] Name of the person duly authorized to sign the Bid on behalf of the Bidder**[insert complete name of person duly authorized to sign the Bid] Title of the person signing the Bid [insert complete title of the person signing the Bid] Signature of the person named above [insert signature of person whose name and capacity are shown above] Date signed [insert date of signing] day of [insert month], [insert year]

*: In the case of the Bid submitted by joint venture specify the name of the Joint Venture as Bidder **: Person signing the Bid shall have the power of attorney given by the Bidder (to be attached with the Bid).

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Schedule of Adjustment Data

Bidder/ JV to fill Column (e) and (g)

(a)

(b)

Index code

Index description



A. Fixed

Labour Bureau (Govt. B. Labour of India)

RBI

(c) Source of index

(d)

(e) Bidder’s proposed source currency (INR/ USD/ Euro/ Yen)

Base

(28 days prior value and to date of date billing)

(f)

Range of Weightage Bidder’s specified proposed by Weightage Employer

0.20

CPI Numbers for Industrial Workers for Chennai

(g)

0.20

0.1 – 0.3

C. Cement

RBI-WPIManufacture of Cement, Lime and Plaster

D. Steel

RBI-WPIMild Steel Long Products

0.05 – 0.15

E. Fuel

RBI-WPIFuel & Power

0.15 – 0.35

28 days prior to date of bid submission

0.05 – 0.25

Total

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Foreign currency payment shall be converted into equivalent INR using the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Exchange Rate (applicable 28 days prior to billing date). Price escalation shall be calculated as per the above Table. The Bidder shall indicate the type of currency and specify a value within the ranges given by the Employer in B (0.1–0.3), C (0.05–0.25), D (0.05–0.15) and E (0.15–0.35) of column (f), so that the total weightage equals 1.00. RBI 2011-12 WPI series shall be applicable for implementation after release of the updated indices by RBI. Payment shall be made in local or foreign currency quoted by the bidder

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Bill of Quantities

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A. Preamble Objectives The objectives of the Bill of Quantities are (a) To provide sufficient information on the quantities of works to be performed to enable Bids to be prepared efficiently and accurately; and (b) When a contract has been entered into, to provide a priced Bill of Quantities for use in the periodic valuation of works executed. To attain these objectives, works are itemized in the Bill of Quantities in sufficient detail to distinguish between the different classes of Works, or between Works of the same nature carried out in different locations or in other circumstances which may give rise to different considerations of cost. Pricing Schedule 1.1 Preamble The pricing of this contract will be governed by the conditions of the contract. 1. The quantities involved in the construction of this project is based on the design drawings only; hence the quantification of progress payments and variations will be based on issued drawings only. 2. The Pricing document shall be read in conjunction with instruction to bidders and all tender documents, specifications, design and drawings and employers requirements as stated in Part-2 and Part-3 of tender documents. 3. This Contract, adjusted by the Price Variation Formula detailed in SP 13.8 of Part 3. The works are divided into Price Centres each representing one or more groups of inter-related works forming part of the works. The detailed scope of works is given in Part-2 Employer‟s Requirement. 4. The individual item descriptions within each Price Centre are indicative only for the work included in this Contract and shall not be taken as defining the scope of work to be executed either under the Price Centre of the Contract. 5. The item descriptions, given, are general summaries only, therefore no omission from, or error in, item descriptions within this Pricing Document shall warrant an adjustment of the Contract Price nor entitle the contractor to seek an extension of time under the Contract. 6. The quantity for each item has been detailed in Price Centres B. The quantities included the Pricing Document are for finished items of work 100% complete in all respects, and shall be held to include all waste on materials, duties, landing charges, shipping costs for transport by air, sea or land (or any combination thereof), insurance, all taxes and duties, unloading, storage, getting into position, hoisting, lowering, erection, distributing to positions, fixing, temporary works including false-work and formwork (shuttering),

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excavation, removal of debris, labour, materials, scaffolding and staging, plant, supervision, maintenance, Tenderer‟s profit and establishment/ overheads, all general risks, insurance liabilities, compliance of labour laws and taxes/ duties etc. as per statuary obligations set out or implied in the Contract, making good prior to handing over to the Employer and anything reasonably to be inferred from the description of the item and indispensably necessary thereto, and all other requirements of the Contract. 7. The activity descriptions for items within Price Centres shall be deemed to cover all aspects of the relevant item scope, irrespective of the fact that the Tenderer may not have inserted an amount against any item description. The total amount of each Price Centre shall be deemed inclusive of all of the Tenderer‟s obligations to execute the part of the Works covered by the Price Centre and to perform all of his other obligations under the Contract in respect thereof. The Tenderer shall not be entitled to receive any further or additional payment in respect of such Price Centre. 8. Tenderer will be paid according to the rates quoted in the BOQ against the respective sections of the price centres. Any variation in quantity shall be adjusted as per clause 1.1.1. 9. Miscellaneous items that are not covered in the BOQ shall be paid in accordance with Clause 1.3.5 in this section below on the basis of measurement recorded for the executed work. 10. Miscellaneous items that are neither covered in the BOQ nor covered under the schedule of rates mentioned above, their rates and quantum of work of such items needs to be confirmed before commencing, in line with the provisions of contract. The contractor may be required to continue a skeleton establishment after the taking over period till the commissioning of the project. 11. The person authorized to sign on behalf of the Tenderer shall sign in full, with company seal and date, at the bottom of all pages of the Pricing Schedule. 1.1.1 Variation in Bill of Quantity Individual items can be varied to any extent till the overall variation is within ±25% of the contract price. Only when the variation exceeds ±25% of the overall contract price, the rates for such quantities of the items which caused such variation shall be mutually discussed and agreed to. The contractor shall have no claim on any items deleted from the scope of work and the employer may delete any items at its own discretion 1.2 Contract Price 1.2.1 The total of Price Centre B as shown in the Pricing Summary in Clause 1.7.1, including all Taxes constitutes the Contract Price for executing the Works and

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performing all other obligations under the Contract, subject to variation of quantities of individual items in the Bill of Quantities and to any further amounts as may be determined by the Employer/ Engineer as being due to the Tenderer in accordance with the Contract. Errors will be corrected by the Employer for any arithmetic mistakes in computation or summation found in the tender submission, as indicated in the Instruction to Tenderers of Part 1. 1.2.2 Payments for Price Centre A and B will be made in the currencies quoted 1.3 Description of Pricing Centres 1.3.1 Price Centre A is not priced as it is deemed to be included in the total amount inserted into the Pricing Summary for Price Centres “B” and it is included in this document for interim payment purposes only. Price Centre A is dedicated to Preliminaries and General Requirements as stated in the Schedule of Payments, including, but not limited to, the following, as per the requirements and other details as given in the Employer‟s Requirements, Drawings and Specifications; a) Initial works programme b) Three month rolling programme c) Detailed works programme d) Monthly progress report e) Software support plan f) Back-up copies of the software submission g) Project management information system h) Interface management plan i) Interface matrix and specific contract interface sheets j) Tenderer‟s staff organisation plan k) Project signboard installation l) Temporary traffic and control plan m) Procurement plan n) Tenderer‟s manufacturing management plan o) Installation plan and programme p) Method statement for each activity

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q) Maintenance support plan r) Schedule of spare parts s) Training plan t) All interfacing works within the Project and other Interfacing Tenderers, and u) All other items included in the Scope of Works given in Employer‟s Requirements (Part 2). 1.3.2 The Tenderer is to note that some of the Items are payable as a portion of the indicated percentage on a monthly or quarterly basis or are paid proportionately. 1.3.3 The Tenderer should note that all the key staff if not employed and on site as per the Key Dates, there shall be a deduction of INR 2 lakhs for each month or part thereof for each key personnel, as determined by the Employer/ Engineer, whose decision shall be final and binding. Any foreign JV partner participating with Indian Partner should deploy at least 20% of the Key Personnel as mentioned in Cl. 1.1.2 of EQC. In case of non-deployment of the same, penalty will be levied as stated above. 1.3.4 Price Centre B includes all kind of temporary works required for the construction of all permanent works, as specified and as stated in the Schedule of Payments, as per the requirements and other details given in the Employer‟s Requirements, Drawings and Specifications, as specified in scope of work in Employer‟s requirement Part-2 1.3.5 The costs relating items not covered under BOQ during execution, any such works to be executed shall be on a recorded measurement basis. Such work shall be taken up only on the prior approval from the employer and will be paid on the basis of actual measurement of work done based on the latest schedule of rates of the concerned departments like TN-PWD SoR, Southern Railways Schedule of Rates (SoR), DSR rates for Chennai, Last Approved Rate (LAR) of CMRL or other metros or market rates. Decision of Engineer is final and binding and shall be an excepted matter. No claims for overheads and profit shall be payable except for market rates where overheads including profit shall be 15%.

1.3.6 Price/ Cost Breakdown --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Variations will only be considered if there is any change in design or additional work required beyond the scope of the work as stated in the contract, or the Employer/ Engineer instructs any changes to the existing scope.

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--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Payments to the Tenderer will be made on monthly basis in accordance with the Clause 1.5 below unless otherwise stipulated. All lumpsum items will be paid at 100% completion unless payment is noted as being paid proportionately. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- No payment will be made against any item in the Tenderer‟s Pricing Document which does not have a value entered against it within the Amount column, including „0‟, „NIL‟ or intentionally left blank. 1.4 Schedule of Payments (SOPs) 1.4.1 The total sum for Price Centre “A” Preliminaries shall be equal for 5% of Price Centre B. Payments under Price Centre A will be made on a monthly, quarterly, or percentage basis as indicated in Price Centre A. 1.4.2 As part of the first Monthly Progress Report provided in accordance with contract conditions, the Tenderer shall convert the time scale of the SOPs from “months after Commencement Date” to months and years on the Gregorian calendar.

1.5 Payment Concept Payment will be calculated using Bill of Quantities (BOQ) provided in the Schedule of Payments (SOPs), subject to the Employer/ Engineer certifying that the works for each item is actually completed, as per specification and employer‟s requirement. Payment will be based on the Tenderer‟s submission of a monthly statement, in accordance with Sub-clause 14.3 of GC Part. 1.6 Explanatory Notes to BOQ The item description is intended to briefly describe the work to be performed under that item and to identify associated work. It is not a full and complete description of the work to be performed and the Contractor shall carry out all the work necessary to meet the requirements of the Specification. These explanatory notes are to be read in conjunction with the Bill of Quantities, Employer‟s Requirement, and Tender Drawings. Section A: General Requirements Item No.

BOQ Description

Explanation

A – 1(a)

Quality System Assurance Plan (QSAP)

This item shall cover the QSAP as specified in the Employer‟s Requirements. It shall essentially include, but not limited to:

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Quality manual



Work instructions



Method statement for construction and installation, quality inspection



Inspection and test plans



Test procedures



FAT plans

The price shall also include the QSAP development, maintenance and implementation as well as cost of document originals, 2 copies, and electronic files. A – 1(b)

Health and Safety Management Plan (HSMP)

This item shall cover the HSMP as specified in the Employer‟s Requirements. It shall essentially include, but not limited to the following. •

Occupational Health and Safety manual;



Site safety plan;



Risks assessments;



Method statements



Site accommodation proposals and provisions.

The price shall also include the HSMP development, maintenance and implementation as well as cost of documents originals, 2 copies, and electronic files. A – 1(c)

Environmental Management Plan

This item shall cover the Environmental Plan as specified in the Employer‟s Requirements. It shall essentially include, but not limited to: •

Environmental Management plan;



Detailed spoil management plan;



Dust control plan

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Diesel emission mitigation plan

The price shall also include plan development, maintenance and implementation as well as cost of documents originals, 2 copies, and electronic files A – 1(d)

Project Implementation Plan

This item shall cover the Project Implementation plan as specified in the Employer‟s Requirements. It shall essentially include but not limited to: •

Project implementation plan including initial works program, three months rolling program, detailed works program, monthly progress report etc.,



Software support plan, backup copies of the software submission,



interface management plan, interface matrix and specific contract interface sheets, all interfacing works within the project and other interfacing contractors



Project management information system



Contractors staff organization plan



Procurement and manufacturing plan;



Installation plan;



Temporary traffic and control plan



Maintenance support plans

The price shall also include plan development, maintenance and implementation as well as cost of document originals, 2 copies, and electronic files. A – 1(e)

Testing Procedure Plan

This item shall cover the Testing Procedure Plan including integrated testing and commissioning as specified in the Employer‟s Requirements

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It shall essentially include but not limited to the details of tests to be carried out and the procedures and acceptable values to perform them. The price shall also include the plan development, maintenance and implementation as well as cost of documents originals, 2 copies, and electronic files. A – 2(a)

As Built Drawings

The price under this item shall include the cost of supplying as-built drawings, as specified in the Particular Specification of Employer‟s Requirements including preparation, submission and all subsequent revisions, changes required and re-submittals as required until accepted by the Engineer. The as-built drawings shall be submitted in original, 2 copies and electronic files.

A – 3(a)

Office accommodation for Engineer

This item shall cover provision of office accommodation and facilities as specified in the Employer‟s Requirements. It shall essentially include but not be limited to:

A – 3(b)



Provision and Maintenance of office accommodation and facilities;



Provision and Maintenance of all other deliverables.

Integrated Testing These items shall cover the Integrated Testing and Commissioning and Commissioning as specified in Employer‟s Requirements. It shall essentially include but not limited to the following. •

Integrated Testing and Commissioning;



Tools, Instruments, Tackles and documents required;



Providing attendance to the employer‟s representatives

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Carrying out the appropriate integrated testing and commissioning functions.

Section B and C: Supply of Permanent Way Materials and Installation of Ballastless Track Item No.

BOQ Description

B – 1 and Buffer Stop and C–4 Wheel Stop – supply and installation

Explanation The price shall include the cost of supplying and installation of buffer/ wheel stop as per Employer‟s Requirements, mainly consisting but not limited to the following. •

Cost of developing, manufacturing and supplying of Buffer and Wheel Stop including cost of deployment of all plant and machinery required.



Cost of inspection and acceptance test.



Detailed documentation including drawings, technical details, calculations and procurement as per Employer‟s Requirements



Shipping, handling, transportation, loading, unloading, stacking/ storing up to project site.



Cost of all material and labour including all fittings fastening and fixtures etc. complete and installation on track.

No additional payments shall be made for handling, re-handling, loading unloading, transportation or for any other activities.

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B – 2(a)

Joggled fishplate with Clamps for UIC 60 Rails

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The price shall include the cost of supplying and installation as per Employer‟s Requirements, mainly consisting but not limited to the following. •

Joggled fish plate as per railway‟s latest drawing.



Clamp.



Joggled fish plate with clamps per joint means two clamps and two joggled fish plates

B – 2(b)

Point Clamps

The price shall include the cost of procurement, supplying and installation of point clamps to clamp turnout for UIC 60 rails as per Employer‟s Requirements. The clamps shall be suitable for the plinth/ slab track assembly and should meet the RDSO requirements

B – 2(c) and

Approved Mass Spring System (MSS) in tunnels – Supply and Installation

The price of item includes mainly consisting but not limited to the following.

C – 1(d)



Providing an approved Mass Spring System between 1st and 2nd stage of concrete in tunnels.



Each section of MSS will be with the transition zone of length on both sides of such MSS consisting of half approved MSS.



Cost of additional RCC and other resources over and above that for installation of track.



The contractor will be responsible for proper grading of the base for achieving uniform Rail level in main as well as transition zone



The cost includes procurement of MSS materials including shipping, handling, transportation to site inclusive of all duties and taxes and placing/ fixing to the correct location below track plinth/

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slabs.

B – 2(d)

B – 2(e)

Handling, loading and transportation of head hardened rails and unloading at site (Rails will be supplied by the Employer)

Handling, loading, transportation and unloading of turnouts of all types, along with



Inspection and acceptance test.



Experts for supervision and installation of the MSS.

The price shall include the cost as per the Employer‟s Requirements, mainly consisting, but not limited to the following: •

Mechanized handling/ rehandling, loading, local transport, temporary storage (if required) of rails from storage yard as per RDSO handling instruction for handling of 110 UTS HH rails specified in Manual for Flash butt welding of rails 2012 with latest amendments, unloading and leading the rails to the site of work as per the method statement approved by the employer, coordination with road authorities, obtaining necessary permits for transportation etc.



Transit insurance and safe transportation without any damage to these rails including arrangement of special trailers duly taking proper care and precaution and following the methods statement approved by the employer



Mechanized unloading, stacking/ storage on firm and level base etc. complete.



All the cost and charges including all duties, taxes, levies, etc. if any shall be paid by the Contractor. Average lead length shall be 10km.

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all fittings and fixtures (Supplied by the Employer)

B – 2(f)

Handling, loading, transportation and unloading of fasteners of all types, along with all fittings and fixtures (Supplied by the Employer)

transportation of turnouts, crossover, trap switches and any other type of switches with fittings and fastening, duly coordinating with road authorities, obtaining necessary permits for transportation etc. and unloading at site as per the method statement approved by the Employer. •

Transit insurance and safe transportation without any damage to these turnouts including arrangement of special trailers duly taking proper care and precaution and following the method statement approved by the employer



Mechanized unloading and leading the turnouts/ crossover to the site of work, stacking/ storage on firm and level base etc. complete.



All the cost and charges including all duties, taxes, levies, etc. if any shall be paid by the Contractor.

The price shall include the cost as per Employer‟s requirement mainly consisting of, but not limited to the following: •

Handling, loading and transportation of fasteners with fittings, duly coordinating with road authorities, obtaining necessary permits for transportation etc. and unloading at site as per the method statement approved by the Employer.



Transit insurance and safe transportation without any damage to these fasteners including arrangement of special

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trailers duly taking proper care and precaution and following the method statement approved by the employer

B – 2(g)

In-situ-fabrication of Insulated Glued Joints as per RDSO Manual for Glued Insulated Rail Joints 1998 with latest amendments



Mechanized unloading the fasteners to the site of work, stacking/ storage on firm and level base etc. complete.



All the cost and charges including all duties, taxes, levies, etc. if any shall be paid by the Contractor.

The price shall include the cost of procurement of materials and in-situ manufacturing of glued Insulated Rail Joint (IRJ) as per Employer‟s Requirements and drawings, and installation at site mainly consisting but not limited to the following.

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Loading, handling/ re-handling, transportation and unloading of all materials including rails from stock area to site including cost of cutting, drilling, cost of deployment of plant, equipment and machineries,



In-situ-fabrication of IRJ as per RDSO specifications



Materials, materials specification and equipment for fabrication of IRJs should comply with RDSO specification and it shall be procured only from RDSO approved Vendors.



Price is inclusive of procurement of fish plates, bolts, glue, washers etc.



Fabrication of in-situ-IRJ has be carried out only by the RDSO approved vendors.



Inspection and acceptance tests by interfacing signalling contractor to satisfy the signalling requirement.

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Laying RCC slab/ plinth over first stage concrete with design mix approved by the employer and installation of track work for plain track with UIC 60 head hardened rails with all fittings and fastenings etc. complete

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Detailed documentation and records as per Employers requirements



Rail for fabrication of in-situ-Glued Insulated Rail Joints will be supplied by the Employer.

The Price shall include complete laying of track on reinforced concrete plinth / RCC Slab as per Employer‟s Requirements and drawings mainly consisting but not limited to the following. •

Cost of survey and setting out including cost of deployment of all survey equipment, pegging markers, reference markers etc.



Loading, handling/ re-handling, transportation and unloading of all materials (including the materials supplied by the Employer) from stock area to site including cost of deployment of plant, equipment and machinery.



Cost of handling/ re-handling, transportation/ placement of rail panels of all lengths.



Cost of all temporary works including service/ temporary track and permanent works etc. to carry out the work.



Setting up of formwork, false work including deployment of all equipment, plant and machinery and cost of track supporting work including jigs and fixtures.



Fixing of reinforcement for RCC slab as per the approved design, provision of Plastic Clips for Stray Current insulation.



Assembling the track as per the approved design co-ordinates with Track master device or any other approved method and laying of track

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with all fittings and fastenings including Glued Insulated Joints, etc. complete. •

Cost of RCC, supply and welding of M.S. Plate to the slab reinforcement, supply and connecting copper cables with M.S. Plates for electrical continuity.



Installation of stray current collection mat including all welding work, installation of MS strip connecting (with welded connection) all nominated rebars, earth point (for connection to structure earth cable)



Cost of all PVC/ HDPE pipes required for track crossing as per requirements of S&T and Power Supply Contractor.



Anti-corrosive Painting of rails as per Employers requirement



De-stressing of the CWR and final fastening down of track including cost of deployment of necessary equipment to comply with the track tolerances.



Cost of all temporary/ permanent markers including paint markers on rail.



Cost of cutting, drilling, jointing, except rail welded joints



Cost of drilling, chamfering etc. (in the running rails) for cable connections, as required by S&T and Power Supply Contractors.



As built checking to comply with Employers requirement, rectifying the deviations if any by the approved method statements.



Mill grinding of the rails as per the specifications



Cost of all rail welding shall not be included as it is separately paid.



Provision of track drainage as per Employer‟s Requirements and

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drawings including provision of grating slab for the collection pits over second stage concrete.

C–3

Laying RCC slab/ plinth over first stage concrete with design mix approved by the employer and installation of turnout/ scissors crossover with UIC 60 head hardened rails with all fittings and fastenings etc. complete



Design, Procurement and Fixing of signs and markers



Inspection, measurement acceptance tests.



Detailed documentation and records.



The payment of this item shall be made to the contractor after completion of all works required for making the track to final form including compliance to laying tolerances.

and

The Price shall include complete laying of turnout on reinforced concrete as per Employer‟s Requirements and drawings mainly consisting but not limited to the following. •

Cost of survey and setting out including cost of deployment of all survey equipment, pegging markers, reference markers etc.



Loading, handling/re-handling, transportation and unloading of all materials (including the materials supplied by the Employer) from stock area to site including cost of deployment of plant, equipment and machinery.



Cost of handling/ re-handling, transportation/ placement of rail panels of all lengths.



Cost of all temporary works including service/ temporary track & permanent works etc. to carry out the work.



Setting up of formwork, false work including deployment of all equipment, plant and machinery and cost of track supporting work

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including jigs and fixtures. •

Fixing of reinforcement for RCC slab as per the approved design, provision of Plastic Clips for Stray Current insulation.



Assembling and laying of turnout with all fittings and fastenings including glued insulated joints etc. complete.



Cost of RCC, supply & welding of MS Plates to the slab reinforcement, supply & connecting copper cables with MS Plates for electrical continuity.



Concreting under the base plates upto 25mm and carrying out Epoxy grouting under the base plates upto 25mm with contractor‟s epoxy based grouting material approved by the Engineer duly ensuring correct alignment and level by grinding the top surface of epoxy.



Installation of stray current collection mat including all welding work (with the already provided shear connectors and others), installation of MS strip connecting (with welded connection) all nominated rebars, earth point (for connection to structure earth cable).



Cost of all PVC/ HDPE pipes required for track crossing as per requirements of S&T and Power Supply Contractor.



Incorporation of turnout in CWR including cost of deployment of necessary equipment.



Cost of all temporary/ permanent markers including paint markers on rail.



Design, Procurement and Fixing of signs and markers.

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Cost of cutting, drilling, jointing, except rail welded joints



Cost of drilling, chamfering etc. (in the running rails) for cable connections, as required by S&T and Power Supply Contractors

The prices shall include carrying out of flash butt welding of UIC 60 1080 grade, Head hardened rails as per Employer‟s Requirements and as per the Manual for Flash Butt Welding of Rails- Jan 2017(With latest amendments) consisting but not limited to the following: •

Cost of all arrangements including temporary arrangements, loading and unloading, deployment/ redeployment of mobile flash butt welding plant at the site of work.



Cost of operation, fuel, staffing, maintenance etc. complete for the plant.



Cost of cutting, straightening (pre-weld and post weld).



Carrying out welding as per RDSO approved specification and as per Employers Requirement with RDSO approved welding parameters.



Cost of post weld treatment.



Cost of carrying out all inspection and acceptance tests, test welds including USFD test for all welds. This shall include deployment of all necessary equipment, plant, machinery and staffing.



Cost of all labour, lead, lift, lifting tools, equipment and other related expenses.



Cost of re-testing and re-placement of

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defective weld and associated rail length. •

Cost of handling/ re-handling, transportation, placement of rails for welding.

The payment under this item shall be made to the contractor only for number of finished and accepted welds in the track. C – 5(b), C – 6(b)

Alumino-thermit weld

The price shall include carrying out of alumino- thermic welding of UIC 60, 1080 grade, Head hardened rails as per Employer‟s Requirements, manual for fusion welding of rails by the alumino-thermic process-rev 2012(with latest revision) and Indian Railway Standard Specification for Fusion Welding of Rails By Alumino – Thermic Process Serial No. IRST-19-2012(with latest correction slip), consisting but not limited to the following. •

Cost of welding material and equipment as per specifications including handling, transportation, loading, unloading, stacking/storing up to project site/ work site.



Cost of carrying out all inspection and acceptance tests, test welds including USFD test for all welds. This shall include deployment of all necessary equipment, plant and machinery and staffing.



Cost of carrying out welding as per RDSO approved methods, with RDSO approved materials and approved welder and welding supervisor.



Cost of post weld treatment



Cost of cutting of rails, cost of all labour, lead, lift, tools, equipment and other related expenses.

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Cost of re-testing and re-placement of defective weld and associated rail length.

The payment under this item shall be made to the contractor only for number of finished and accepted welds in the track. Section E: Miscellaneous Work Item No.

BOQ Description

E – 1(a)

Development covered shed storage

Explanation of The rails, fasteners and turnouts shall be for handed over to the installation contractor who shall be responsible for their safe custody. The installation contractor shall develop a covered shed for stacking the supplied materials as per Railway standards The price shall include but not limited to the following •

Surface dressing of the ground including removing vegetation and disposal of rubbish



Preparation and consolidation of sub grade



Providing and laying in position concrete floor, foundations of columns



Steel columns for supporting the steel roof truss



Steel truss including cutting, hoisting, fixing in position and applying a priming coat of approved steel primer.



Providing corrugated G.S. sheet roofing



Supplying and fixing of rolling shutters of approved make



Dismantling and Disposal of the covered shed at the end of the project

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Appendix B: Part Payment Schedule Item No. 1 Part payment schedule for Section C-1, -2, 3 Laying plinth/ slab and installation of trackwork for plain track and turnouts with UIC 60 HH rails with all fittings and fastening etc. complete Item No.

Description of Item

1

Setting of concreting

rails,

% for part

slab/

plinth

Cumulative %

70%

70%

2

Rear work to achieve plinth finishing, rendering, chamfering of concrete, painting of rails, destressing, achieving final track tolerances, cleaning and clearing of site as per Employer‟s requirement

15%

85%

3

Interface management of signalling contractor, measurement of final tolerances, acceptance tests, fixing of signs and markers, testing and commissioning, employer‟s other requirement etc.

15%

100%

Remarks, if any

Item No. 2 Part payment schedule for Section C-5 and -6 Welding of UIC 60, 880 grade and 1080 grade HH rail – Flash Butt Welding and Alumino-Thermit welding Item Description of Item No. 1

% for part

Flash butt welding by mobile flash butt welding plant/ Alumino-Thermit

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Cumulative % 70%

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welding as per specifications

2

Profile grinding of weld, USFD testing, submission of results of test weld results

20%

90%

3

Painting of weld collars, fixing of weld identification number plates as per RDSO weld records and other employer‟s requirement as per RDSO specification for Flash butt welding/ Alumino-Thermit welding of rails

10%

100%

Item No. 3 Part payment schedule for Section C-4 Installation of friction type buffer stops at specified locations Item No.

Description of Item

% for part

Cumulative %

1

Surveying, loading transporting, unloading, fixing at final location including commissioning, testing and submission of test certificate

95%

95%

2

Submission of all records, checklist for the compliance of all items and employer‟s other requirement as per specification

5%

100%

Remarks, if any

1.7.3 Risks The tenderer shall also price for entire risks whatsoever it may be in the construction of Elevated facilities i.e., Substructure and superstructure, demolition of buildings, protection of buildings, protection of public assets such as roads, railway track, utilities etc. He should also make allowances in his price bid for necessary measures including traffic diversion, damage of roads, collapse of any structure and damages to public utility or any other activity associated with the construction of viaduct. Some of these risks are mentioned below, but they are not exhaustive and are not limited to the items in the list (Table-2).

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Table 2

S. No.

Risk Item

Description of the item

1.

Alignment

The Tenderer shall take cost of necessary measures to follow in the designated alignment. In case of any departure from the alignment beyond the specified tolerances the necessary correctives measures shall be on the account of Tenderer cost and time.

2.

Equipment/ Machinery break down and its Ancillary Plants

The Tenderer shall make necessary allowances in his cost and programme for any Equipment/ Machinery and/ or related ancillary plant break-down.

3.

Approvals from Public Authority and other statutory requirement.

The Tenderer shall make necessary provisions in their price to take into account any approval from public authority and statutory requirements.

Disposal of any muck, slurry, untreated sewerage & water or any material

The Tenderer shall make necessary allocation in their price proposal to dispose the muck, slurry and untreated sewerage& water as per statuary requirement and acquire necessary clearances from public utility authority. In case there is any choking of drainage system due to disposal of waste, the necessary remedial measures will be on the account of Tenderer cost and time.

Public assets protection/ relocation/ Utility diversion/ protection/ demolition and reinstatement

For public assets relocation such as electrical wire, telephone cables, poles, or any other similar activity of minor nature, the Tenderer shall make necessary allowances in their price for safe implementation of these activities in accordance to statutory and public authority guidelines.

4.

5.

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Traffic/ Utility diversion and Maintenance of diverted utility and traffic.

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The tenderer shall make the necessary allowance in his price for the implementation of traffic diversion, utility diversion and management of traffic during the contract period if necessary.

Authorised Signatory with Company Seal

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1.7.4 Payment of Price Centre – A Price Centre “A” Preliminaries shall be equal to 5% of the Price Centre Total for price centre B (Section A to Section E), excluding GST. Item No. A A1 A1.1

Item Description Preliminaries

Qty.

5%

12 Months

Item

1

10%

Contractual Submissions Submission of PII, Bond, insurances, etc.

A1.1 a

Submission of Performance BG

A1.1 b

Professional Indemnity Insurance

A1.1 c

“CAR” Policy (insurances)

A2

% of subitems

Unit

General Items

A2.1

Initial Works Programme,

Item

1

4%

A2.2

Detailed Works Programme, updates, revisions and Three Month Rolling Programme

No.

1, 3, 5

10%

A2.3

Monthly Progress Report

No.

12 months

15%

A2.4

Quality Assurance & Quality Control Audits

7%

Audit

No.

12 months

A2.5

Project Management Information System

Item

1

2%

A2.6

Contractor‟s Staff Organization Plan & Key Staff.

No

1

2%

Item

1

2%

No

4

10%

No

12

13%

(Contractor to note Key Staff payment deduction, refer Clause 1.3.4 above.) A2.7 A2.8 A2.9

A6

Project Sign Boards Compliance with Occupational Safety, Health and Environmental Audits Environmental Management Audits to include; Spoils Management, and Dust Control Audits All other remaining items that are included or inferred in the Employer‟s Requirements Part 2 (to be paid along with the Final Bill after issuance of Completion certificate by the Engineer) Total

10%

100%

The periods mentioned are from the date of commencement Professional indemnity insurance (PII) shall be 1% of the Accepted Contract Price

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Technical Proposal

-

Site Organization

-

Method Statement

-

Mobilization Schedule

-

Construction Schedule

-

Safety Plan

-

Personnel

-

Equipment

-

Others

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Site Organization [Insert Organization Information]

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Method Statement [Insert Method of Statement]

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Mobilization Schedule [Insert Mobilization Schedule]

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Construction Schedule [Insert Construction Schedule]

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Safety Plan [Insert Safety Plan]

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Form PER -1: Proposed Personnel [insert day, month, year] Bidder‟s Legal Name: [insert full name] IFB No. [insert number] Page [insert page number] of [insert total number] page [The Bidder shall provide the names of suitably qualified personnel to meet the specified requirements stated in Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria, Clause 1.1.2.] 1.

Title of position* Name

2.

Title of position* Name

3.

Title of position* Name

4.

Title of position* Name

*As listed in Section III.

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Form PER -2: Resume of Proposed Personnel [insert day, month, year] Bidder‟s Legal Name: [insert full name] Joint Venture Party Legal Name:[insert full name] IFB No. [insert number] Page [insert page number] of [insert total number] page [The Bidder shall provide the data on the experience of the personnel indicated in Form PER-1, in the form below:] Name of Bidder

Position Personnel informatio n

Name

Date of birth

Professional qualifications

Present employme nt

Name of employer

Address of employer

Telephone

Contact (manager/ personnel officer)

Fax

E-mail

Job title

Years with present employer

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[Summarize professional experience over the last 20 years, in reverse chronological order. Indicate particular technical and managerial experience relevant to the project.] From

To

Company/ Project/ Position/ Relevant technical and management experience

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Form EQU: Equipment [insert day, month, year] Bidder‟s Legal Name: [insert full name] Joint Venture Party Legal Name:[insert full name] IFB No. [insert number] Page [insert page number] of [insert total number] page [The Bidder shall provide adequate information to demonstrate clearly that it has the capability to meet the requirements for the key equipment listed in Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria, Clause 1.1.3. A separate Form shall be prepared for each item of equipment listed, or for alternative equipment proposed by the Bidder.] Item of equipment Equipment Name of manufacturer informatio n Capacity Current status

Model and power rating

Year of manufacture

Current location Details of current commitments

Source

Indicate source of the equipment  Owned  Rented  Leased

 Specially manufactured

Omit the following information for equipment owned by the Bidder. Owner

Name of owner Address of owner

Telephone

Contact name and title

Fax Telex Agreement Details of rental/ lease/ manufacture agreements specific to the s project

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Bidders Qualification

To establish its qualifications to perform the contract in accordance with Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria, the Bidder shall provide the information requested in the corresponding Forms included hereunder: Form ELI -1, Bidder Information Form Form ELI -2, Bidder‟s Party Information Form Form CON, Historical Contract Non-Performance Form FIN -1, Financial Situation Form FIN -2, Average Annual Construction Turnover Form EXP -1, General Construction Experience Form EXP -2(a), Specific Construction Experience Form EXP -2(b), Construction Experience in Key Activities Form FIR -1, Financial Resources Form FIR -2, Current Contract Commitments

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Form ELI -1: Bidder Information Form Date: [insert day, month, year] IFB No.: [insert number] Page [insert page number] of [insert total number] pages [Bidders shall provide the following information:] Bidder's legal name [insert full name] In case of a JV, legal name of the representative member and of each member: [insert full name of each member in the JV and specify the representative member.] Bidder's actual or intended country of registration: [insert country of registration] Bidder's actual or intended year of incorporation: [insert year of incorporation] Bidder's legal address in country of registration: [insert street/ number/ town or city/ country] Bidder's authorized representative information Name: [insert full name] Address: [inset street/ number/ town or city/ country] Telephone/Fax numbers: [insert telephone/fax numbers, including country and city codes] E-mail address: [insert E-mail address] 1. Attached are copies of original documents of  Articles of Incorporation (or equivalent documents of constitution or association), and/ or documents of registration of the legal entity named above, in accordance with ITB 4.3.  In case of JV, letter of intent to form JV or JV agreement, in accordance with ITB 4.1. 2. Included are the organizational chart, a list of Board of Directors, and the beneficial ownership.

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Form ELI -2: Bidder's Party Information Form Date: [insert day, month, year] IFB No.: [insert number] Page [insert page number] of [insert total number] pages

[The following form is additional to Form ELI-1, and shall be completed to provide information relating to each JV member (in case the Bidder is a JV) as well as any specialist subcontractor proposed to be used by the Bidder for any part of the Contract resulting from this process.] Bidder‟s legal name: [insert full name] Bidder's Party legal name: [insert full name of Bidder’s party] Bidder's Party country of registration: [insert country of registration] Bidder‟s Party year of incorporation: [insert year of incorporation] Bidder‟s Party legal address in country of registration: [insert street/ number/ town or city/ country] Bidder‟s Party authorized representative information Name: [insert full name] Address: [insert street/ number/ town or city/ country] Telephone/Fax numbers: [insert telephone/fax numbers, including country and city codes] E-mail address: [insert E-mail address] 1. Attached are copies of original documents of  Articles of Incorporation (or equivalent documents of constitution or association), and/ or registration documents of the legal entity named above, in accordance with ITB 4.3. 2. Included are the organizational chart, a list of Board of Directors, and the beneficial ownership.

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Form CON: Historical Contract Non-Performance Date: [insert day, month, year] Bidder‟s Legal Name: [insert full name] Bidder‟s Party Legal Name:[insert full name] IFB No. [insert number] Page [insert page number] of [insert total number] pages [The following table shall be filled in for the Bidder and for each member of a JV] 1. History of Non-Performing Contracts Non-Performing Contracts  Contract non-performance did not occur since 1st January [insert year], in accordance with the Prequalification criteria or Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria, SubFactor 2.2.1, as appropriate.  Contract(s) not performed since 1st January [insert year], in accordance with the Prequalification criteria or Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria, Sub-Factor 2.2.1, as appropriate, is(are) indicated below: Year

[insert year]

Non- performed portion of contract

Contract Identification

Total Contract Amount (current value, currency, exchange rate and INR equivalent)

[insert amount and percentage]

Contract Identification: [insert complete contract name, number, and any other identification]

[insert amount]

Name of Employer: [insert full name] Address of Employer: [insert street/city/country] Reason(s) for non-performance: [indicate main reason(s)]

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2. Pending Litigation Pending Litigation  No pending litigation in accordance with the Prequalification criteria or Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria, Sub-Factor 2.2.2, as appropriate.  Pending litigation in accordance with the Prequalification criteria or Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria, Sub-Factor 2.2.2, as appropriate, is indicated below: Year of dispute

[insert year]

Amount in dispute (currency)

[insert amount]

Outcome Contract Identification Total Contract as Amount (current Percentag value, currency, e of Net exchange rate Worth and INR equivalent) Contract Identification: [insert [insert amount] percentag e]

[indicate complete contract name, number, and any other identification] Name of Employer: [insert full name] Address of Employer: [insert street/ city/ country] Matter in dispute: [indicate main issues in dispute] Status of dispute: [Indicate if it is being treated by the Adjudicator, under Arbitration or being dealt with by the Judiciary]

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3. Litigation History Litigation History  No court/ arbitral award decisions against the Bidder since 1st January [insert year], in accordance with the Prequalification criteria or Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria, Sub-Factor 2.2.3, as appropriate.  Court/ arbitral award decisions against the Bidder since 1st January [insert year], in accordance with the Prequalification criteria or Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria, Sub-Factor 2.2.3, as appropriate, are indicated below: Year of award

[insert year]

Contract Identification

Total Contract Amount (current value, currency, exchange rate and INR equivalent) Contract Identification: [indicate complete contract [insert amount] name, number, and any other identification] Name of Employer: [insert full name] Address of Employer: [insert street/city/country] Matter in dispute: [indicate main issues in dispute] Party who initiated the dispute: [indicate “Employer” or “Contractor”] Status of dispute: [Indicate if it is being treated by the Adjudicator, under Arbitration or being dealt with by the Judiciary]

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Form FIN – 1: Financial Situation [The following table shall be filled in for the Bidder and for each member of a JV.] Date: [insert day, month, year] Bidder‟s Legal Name: [insert full name] Bidder‟s Party Legal Name:[insert full name] IFB No. [insert number] Page [insert page number] of [insert total number] page 1. Financial data Historic information for previous [insert number] years (amount in currency, currency, exchange rate, INR equivalent)

Type of Financial information in (currency)

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Statement of Financial Position (Information from Balance Sheet) Total Assets (TA) Total Liabilities (TL) Net Worth (NW) Current Assets (CA) Current Liabilities (CL) Information from Income Statement Total Revenue (TR) Profits Before Taxes (PBT) Profits After Taxes (PAT)

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2. Financial documents The Bidder and its parties shall provide copies of the financial statements for [number of years] years pursuant the Prequalification criteria or Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria Sub-Factor 2.3.1, as appropriate. The financial statements shall: (a) reflect the financial situation of the Bidder or in case of JV, of each member, and not of an affiliated entity (such as parent company or group member). (b) be independently audited or certified in accordance with local legislation. (c) be complete, including all notes to the financial statements. (d) correspond to accounting periods already completed and audited.  Attached are copies of financial statements* for the [number of years] years required above; and complying with the requirements.

* If the most recent set of financial statements is for a period earlier than 12 months from the date of bid, the reason for this should be justified.

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Form FIN - 2: Average Annual Construction Turnover [The following table shall be filled in for the Bidder and for each member of a JV] Date: [insert day, month, year] Bidder‟s Legal Name: [insert full name] Bidder‟s Party Legal Name:[insert full name] IFB No. [insert number] Page [insert page number] of [insert total number] page Annual Turnover Data (Construction only) Year

Amount and Currency

Exchange rate

INR equivalent

[indicate year]

[insert amount and indicate currency]

[insert applicable exchange rate]

[insert amount in INR equivalent]

Average Annual Construction Turnover * * Total INR equivalent for all years divided by the total number of years, in accordance with the Prequalification criteria or Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria, Sub-Factor 2.3.2, as appropriate.

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Form FIR – 1: Financial Resources [The following table shall be filled in for the Bidder and for each member of a JV] Date: [insert day, month, year] Bidder‟s Legal Name: [insert full name] Bidder‟s Party Legal Name:[insert full name] IFB No. [insert number] Page [insert page number] of [insert total number] page

[Specify proposed sources of financing, such as liquid assets, unencumbered real assets, lines of credit, and other financial means, net of current commitments, available to meet the total construction cash flow demands of the subject contract or contracts as specified in Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria, Sub-Factor 2.5.1] Financial Resources No.

Source of financing

1 2 3

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Form FIR -2: Current Contract Commitments [The following table shall be filled in for the Bidder and for each member of a JV] Date: [insert day, month, year] Bidder‟s Legal Name: [insert full name] Bidder‟s Party Legal Name:[insert full name] IFB No. [insert number] Page [insert page number] of [insert total number] page

[Bidders and each member to a JV should provide information on their current commitments on all contracts that have been awarded, or for which a letter of intent or acceptance has been received, or for contracts approaching completion, but for which an unqualified, full completion certificate has yet to be issued, in accordance with Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria, Sub-Factor 2.5.1]

Current Contract Commitments

No.

Name of Contract

Employer’s Contact Address, Tel, Fax

Value of Outstanding Work [Current INR Equivalent]

1 2 3 4 5

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Form EXP – 1: General Construction Experience [The following table shall be filled in for the Bidder and for each member of a JV] Date: [insert day, month, year] Bidder‟s Legal Name: [insert full name] Bidder‟s Party Legal Name:[insert full name] IFB No. [insert number] Page [insert page number] of [insert total number] page

[Identify contracts that demonstrate continuous construction work over the past [number] years pursuant to Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria SubFactor 2.4.1. List contracts chronologically, according to their commencement (starting) dates.]

General Construction Experience Starting Year

Ending Year

Contract Identification

[indicate [indicate Contract name: [insert full name] year] year] Brief description of the Works performed by the Bidder: [describe Works performed briefly] Amount of contract: [insert amount in currency, mention currency used, exchange rate and INR equivalent] Name of Employer: [indicate full name] Address: [indicate street/ number/ town or city/ country]

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Form EXP – 2(a): Specific Construction Experience [The following table shall be filled in for the Bidder and for each member of a JV] Date: [insert day, month, year] Bidder‟s Legal Name: [insert full name] Bidder‟s Party Legal Name:[insert full name] IFB No. [insert number] Page [insert page number] of [insert total number] page [Fill out one (1) form per contract, in accordance with Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria, Sub-Factor 2.4.2(a).] Contract of Similar Size and Nature Similar Contract No. Information

[insert number] of [insert number of similar contracts required] Contract Identification

[insert contract name and reference identification number, if applicable]

Award Date

[insert day, month, year, e.g., 15 June, 2015]

Completion Date

[insert day, month, year, e.g., 03 October, 2017]

Role in Contract [check the appropriate box]

Total Contract Amount

If member in a JV, specify participation in total Contract amount

Prime Contractor Single entity JV member   [insert total contract INR [insert exchange rate amount and currency(ies)] and total contract amount in INR equivalent] [insert a [insert total INR[insert exchange rate percentage contract and total contract amount amount] amount and in INR equivalent] currency(ies)]

Employer's Name: Address:

[insert full name]

Telephone/ fax number

[insert telephone/ fax numbers, including country and city area codes]

E-mail:

[insert E-mail address, if available]

[indicate street/ number/ town or city/ country]

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Similar Contract No. [insert number] of [insert number of similar contracts required] Description of the similarity in accordance with Sub-Factor 2.4.2(a) of Section III:

Information

1. Physical size of required [insert physical size of items] works items [insert description of complexity] 2. Complexity 3. Methods/Technology 4. Other Characteristics

[insert specific aspects of the methods/ technology involved in the contract] [insert other characteristics as described in Section VI, Works Requirements]

Note: As an enclosure to this form, the bidder (single firm or each member of JV) shall furnish Client Certificate.

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Form EXP – 2(b): Construction Experience in Key Activities Date: [insert day, month, year] Bidder‟s Legal Name: [insert full name] Bidder‟s Party Legal Name:[insert full name] Subcontractor‟s Legal Name [insert full name] IFB No.: [insert number] Page [insert page number] of [insert total number] pages [Fill out one (1) form per contract, in accordance with Section III, Evaluation and Qualification Criteria, Sub-Factor 2.4.2(b).] 1. Key Activity No (1): ______: [insert brief description of the Activity, emphasizing its specificity] Total Quantity of Activity under the contract: _____________________________________ Contract with Similar Key Activities Item Contract Identification Award Date Completion Date Role in Contract

[check the appropriate box]

Information

[insert contract name and number, if applicable] [insert day, month, year, e.g., 15 June, 2015] [insert day, month, year, e.g., 03 October, 2017] Prime Contractor Managemen Subcontractor Single entity JV member t Contractor    

Total Contract Amount

[insert total amount currency(ies)]

Quantity (Volume, number or rate of production, as applicable) performed under the contract per year or part of the year

Total quantity in the contract (i)

[Insert extent of participation indicating actual quantity of key activity successfully completed in the role performed]

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Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Employer‟s Name:

[insert full name]

Address:

[indicate street/ number/ town or city/ country]

Telephone/ fax number

[insert telephone/fax numbers, including country and city area codes]

E-mail:

[insert E-mail address, if available]

2. Activity No. (2) _____ 3. Activity No. (3) _____

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Section IV. Bidding Forms BF-33

Form ACK Acknowledgement of Compliance with Guidelines for Procurement under Japanese ODA Loans A) I, [insert name and position of authorized signatory], being duly authorized by [insert name of Bidder/ members of joint venture (“JV”)] (hereinafter referred to as the “Bidder”) to execute this Acknowledgement of Compliance with Guidelines for Procurement under Japanese ODA Loans, hereby certify on behalf of the Bidder and myself that all information provided in the Bid submitted by the Bidder for [insert Loan No and name of the Project] is true, correct and accurate to the best of the Bidder‟s and my knowledge and belief. I further certify, on behalf of the Bidder, that: (i) the Bid has been prepared and submitted in full compliance with the terms and conditions set forth in the Guidelines for Procurement under Japanese ODA Loans (hereinafter referred to as the “Guidelines”); and (ii) the Bidder has not, directly or indirectly, taken any action which is or constitutes a corrupt, fraudulent, collusive or coercive act or practice in violation of the Guidelines and is not subject to any conflict of interest as stipulated in the relevant section of the Guidelines.

B)

I certify that the Bidder has NOT been debarred by the World Bank Group for more than one year since the date of issuance of Invitation for Bids.



B‟) I certify that the Bidder has been debarred by the World Bank Group for a period more than one year BUT that on the date of issuance of Invitation for Bids at least three (3) years had passed since the date of such debarment decision. Details of the debarment are as follows: Name of the debarred firm

Starting date of debarment

Ending date of debarment

Reason for debarment

C) I certify that the Bidder will not enter into a subcontract with a firm which has been debarred by the World Bank Group for a period more than one year, unless on the date of the subcontract at least three (3) years have passed since the date of such debarment decision.

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D) I certify, on behalf of the Bidder, that if selected to undertake services in connection with the Contract, the Bidder shall carry out such services in continuing compliance with the terms and conditions of the Guidelines. E) I further certify, on behalf of the Bidder, that if the Bidder is requested, directly or indirectly, to engage in any corrupt or fraudulent action under any applicable law, such as the payment of a rebate, at any time during a process of public procurement, negotiations, execution or implementation of contract (including amendment thereof), the Bidder shall report all relevant facts regarding such request to the relevant section in JICA (details of which are specified below) in a timely manner. JICA‟s information desk on fraud and corruption (A report can be made to either of the offices identified below.) (1) JICA Headquarters: Legal Affairs Division, General Affairs Department URL: http://www2.jica.go.jp/en/odainfo/index.php Tel: +81 (0)3 5226 8850 (2) JICA India office Tel: +91-11-4768 5500 The Bidder acknowledges and agrees that the reporting obligation stated above shall NOT in any way affect the Bidder‟s responsibilities, obligations or rights, under relevant laws, regulations, contracts, guidelines or otherwise, to disclose or report such request or other information to any other person(s) or to take any other action, required to or allowed to, be taken by the Bidder. The Bidder further acknowledges and agrees that JICA is not involved in or responsible for the procurement process in any way. F) If any of the statements made herein is subsequently proven to be untrue or incorrect based on facts subsequently determined, or if any of the warranties or covenants made herein is not complied with, the Bidder will accept, comply with, and not object to any remedies taken by the Employer and any sanctions imposed by or actions taken by JICA. ___________________________ __Authorized Signatory [Insert name of signatory; title] For and on behalf of [Insert name of the Bidder] Date:

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Form of Bid Security (Bank Guarantee)

[Guarantor letterhead or SWIFT identifier code] Beneficiary: Chennai Metro Rail Limited, CMRL Depot, Admin. Building, Poonamallee High Road, Koyambedu, Chennai 600 107 IFB No.: [Employer to insert number of Invitation for Bids] Date: [Insert date of issue] BID GUARANTEE No.: [Insert guarantee reference number] Guarantor: [Insert name and address of place of issue, unless indicated in the letterhead] We have been informed that [insert name of the Bidder, which in the case of a joint venture shall be the name of the joint venture (whether legally constituted or prospective) or the names of all members thereof] (hereinafter called "the Applicant") has submitted or will submit to the Beneficiary its Bid (hereinafter called "the Bid") for the execution of [insert description of contract] under the Loan Agreement No.[insert Loan Agreement Number]. Furthermore, we understand that, according to the Beneficiary‟s conditions, Bids must be supported by a bid guarantee. At the request of the Applicant, we, as Guarantor, hereby irrevocably undertake to pay the Beneficiary any sum or sums not exceeding in total an amount of [insert amount in words] ([insert amount in figures]) upon receipt by us of the Beneficiary‟s complying demand, supported by the Beneficiary‟s statement, whether in the demand itself or a separate signed document accompanying or identifying the demand, stating that either the Applicant: (a)

has withdrawn its Bid during the period of bid validity set forth in the Applicant‟s Letter of Bid (“the Bid Validity Period”), or any extension thereto provided by the Applicant; or

(b)

having been notified of the acceptance of its Bid by the Beneficiary during the Bid Validity Period or any extension thereto provided by the Applicant, (i) has failed to execute the contract agreement, or (ii) has failed to furnish the

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Performance Security, in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders of the Beneficiary‟s bidding documents.

This guarantee will expire and shall be returned: (a) if the Applicant is the successful Bidder, upon our receipt of copies of the contract agreement signed by the Applicant and the Performance Security issued to the Beneficiary in relation to such contract agreement; or (b) if the Applicant is not the successful Bidder, upon the earlier of (i) our receipt of a copy of the Beneficiary‟s notification to the Applicant of the results of the bidding process; or (ii) twenty-eight days after the end of the Bid Validity Period. Consequently, any demand for payment under this guarantee must be received by us at the office indicated above on or before that date.

This guarantee is subject to the Uniform Rules for Demand Guarantees (URDG) 2010 Revision, ICC Publication No. 758.

_____________________________ [signature(s)]

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Safety Performance Record Name of the Applicant or Partner of JV: ___________________________________ Accident Frequency Rate = (No. of reportable accidents/ Man-Hours worked) × 100,000 (AFR) Reportable Accidents: As defined in item 1 to item 7 of attached Annexure A Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5

Years 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16

Accident Frequency Rate (AFR)

The AFR should not be more than 0.5

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Annexure A to Safety Performance Records Definition of Reportable Accidents

1. Deaths If there is an accident connected with work and an employee, or self-employed person working on the premises, or a member of the public is killed this must be reported to the enforcing authority. If there is an accident connected with work and your employee, or selfemployed person working on the premises sustains a major injury, or a member of the public suffers an injury and is taken to hospital from the site of the accident, you must notify the enforcing authority. 2. Reportable Major Injuries are 

Fracture, other than to fingers, thumbs and toes;



Amputation;



Dislocation of the shoulder, hip, knee or spine;



Loss of sight (temporary or permanent);



Chemical or hot metal burn to the eye or any penetrating injury to the eye;



Injury resulting from an electric shock or electrical burn leading to unconsciousness, or requiring resuscitation or admittance to hospital for more than 24 hours;



Any other injury: leading to hypothermia, heat-induced illness or unconsciousness; or requiring resuscitation; or requiring admittance to hospital for more than 24 hours;



Unconsciousness caused by asphyxia or exposure to harmful substance or biological agent;



Acute illness requiring medical treatment, or loss of consciousness arising from absorption of any substance by inhalation, ingestion or through the skin;



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3. Reportable over-three-day injuries If there is an accident connected with work (including an act of physical violence) and an employee, or a self-employed person working on your controlled premises, suffers an over-three-day injury you must report it to the enforcing authority. An over-3-day injury is one which is not "major" but results in the injured person being away from work OR unable to do their full range of their normal duties for more than three days. 4. Reportable disease If a doctor notifies that an employee suffers from a reportable work-related disease, then this must be reported to the enforcing authority. 5. Reportable diseases include 

Certain poisonings;



Some skin diseases such as occupational dermatitis, skin cancer, chrome ulcer, oil folliculitis/acne;



Lung diseases including: occupational asthma, pneumoconiosis, asbestosis, mesothelioma;



Infections such as: leptospirosis; hepatitis; tuberculosis; anthrax; legionellosis and tetanus; Other conditions such as occupational cancer; certain musculoskeletal disorders; decompression illness and hand-arm vibration syndrome.



farmer's

lung,

6. Dangerous Occurrences (near misses) An occurrence which does not result in a reportable injury, but which clearly could have done, is a dangerous occurrence which must be reported. 7. Reportable dangerous occurrences are 

Collapse, overturning or failure of load-bearing parts of lifts and lifting equipment;



Explosion, collapse or bursting of any closed vessel or associated pipework;



Failure of any freight container in any of its load-bearing parts;



Plant or equipment coming into contact with overhead power lines;



Electrical short circuit or overload causing fire or explosion;

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Any unintentional explosion, misfire, failure of demolition to cause the intended collapse, projection of material beyond a site boundary, injury caused by an explosion; Accidental release of a biological agent likely to cause severe human illness;



Failure of industrial radiography or irradiation equipment to de-energise or return to its safe position after the intended exposure period;



Malfunction of breathing apparatus while in use or during testing immediately before use;



Failure or endangering of diving equipment, the trapping of a diver, an explosion near a diver, or an uncontrolled ascent;



Collapse or partial collapse of a scaffold over five metres high, or erected near water where there could be a risk of drowning after a fall;



Unintended collision of a train with any vehicle;



Dangerous occurrence at a well (other than a water well);



Dangerous occurrence at a pipeline;



Failure of any load-bearing fairground equipment, or derailment or unintended collision of cars or trains;



A road tanker carrying a dangerous substance overturns, suffers serious damage, catches fire or the substance is released;



A dangerous substance being conveyed by road is involved in a fire or released;



The following dangerous occurrences are reportable except in relation to offshore workplaces: unintended collapse of: any building or structure under construction, alteration or demolition where over five tonnes of material falls; a wall or floor in a place of work; any false-work;



Explosion or fire causing suspension of normal work for over 24 hours;



Sudden, uncontrolled release in a building of 100 kg or more of flammable liquid; 10 kg of flammable liquid above its boiling point; 10 kg or more of flammable gas; or of 500 kg of these substances if the release is in the open air;



Accidental release of any substance which may damage health.

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Section IV. Bidding Forms BF-41

Undertaking for Unsuccessful Projects We (bidder/ JV) undertake that we have not abandoned any contract executed by us for a Government Metro Rail Corporation during the last 10 years and none of the contracts executed by us have been terminated by Government Metro Rail Corporation in the last 10 years (1st Apr., 2007 to 01 May, 2017)

Date: …………………..

Stamp & Signature of authorized signatory of Tenderer

Place: …………..………. ___________________________________________________________________

NOTE: 1. In case of JV/Consortium, the undertaking shall be submitted by each member of the JV/Consortium. 2. The undertaking shall be signed by authorized signatory of the tenderer or constituent member in case of JV/Consortium.

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Undertaking for not being Penalised in a Contract We do hereby undertake that we have not paid liquidated damages of 10% (or more) of the contract value in a contract due to delay or penalty of 10% (or more) of the contract value due to any other reason during last five years.

Date: …………………..

Stamp & Signature of authorized signatory of the Bidder

Place: …………..………. ___________________________________________________________________

Note: 1. In case of JV/Consortium, the undertaking shall be submitted by each member of the JV/Consortium. 2. The undertaking shall be signed by authorized signatory of the tenderer. In case of JV/Consortium by the authorized signatory of the constituent members counter signed by the authorized signatory of tenderer.

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Undertaking in case of Sub-contracting We hereby undertake that we shall not sub-contract the depot works as a whole

Date: …………………..

Stamp & Signature of authorized signatory of the Bidder

Place: …………..………. ___________________________________________________________________

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CONTRACT ATW-07 PHASE 1 EXTENSION – WASHERMANPET TO WIMCO NAGAR INSTALLATION, TESTING AND COMMISSIONING OF BALLASTLESS TRACK OF STANDARD GAUGE IN ELEVATED, UNDERGROUND SECTIONS AND WIMCO NAGAR DEPOT ALONG WITH SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF BUFFER STOPS FOR CHENNAI METRO PHASE-1 EXTENSION PROJECT

PART 2 SECTION VI

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VOLUME 1

WORK’S REQUIREMENT

VOLUME 2

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

VOLUME 3

OHS&E

VOLUME 4

DRAWINGS

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PART 2 SECTION VI VOLUME 1 WORK’S REQUIREMENTS MAY-2018 CHENNAI METRO RAIL LIMITED AMDIN BUILDING, CMRL DEPOT, POONAMALLEE HIGH ROAD, KOYAMBEDU, CHENNAI – 600107, INDIA

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SECTION A – SCOPE OF WORK 1.0

Scope of Work: In Brief

2.0

Scope of Work: Specific to the Work

3.0

General Criteria and Track Parameters

SECTION B – APPENDICES 1.

Appendix 1 – Work Areas

2.

Appendix 2 – Contract Key Dates

3.

Appendix 3 – Quality Assurance

4.

Appendix 4 – Work Site and Temporary Power Supply

5.

Appendix 5 – Contractor Site Laboratory

7.

Appendix 6 – Interface Management Requirement

8.

Appendix 7 – Site Accommodation for the Engineer

9.

Appendix 8 – List of Approved Vendors

Volume 1

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1.0

SCOPE OF WORK: General





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Volume – 1

This specification establishes the requirements for the manufacture, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of Washermanpet to WIMCO Nagar sections in CMRL Phase I Extension. The details of curves, turnouts, gradients, etc. have been shown in alignment drawings, the exact locations and details of which shall be interfaced by the contractor with designated civil contractors. The work area will be made available for offsite activity t o the contractor free of cost near WIMCO Nagar Depot. or any other locations along the alignment of Washermentpet to WIMCO Nagar as per availability of land. The Contractor shall arrange his own mobile flash butt welding plant. The contractor shall be required to interface closely with the various Detailed Design Consultants and the designated civil/structural and system contractors on the Washermanpet to WIMCO Nagar sections in CMRL Phase I Extension appointed by Employer. The scope of work shall include but not limited to the following: Rails, and fastenings system shall be supplied by the Employer. The contractor will make arrangements for mechanised handling and transportation of all materials (including the materials supplied by the Employer) to the site of work. The fastening system installed in the ballastless track shall comply to the performance criteria issued by Ministry of Railways vide letter No. 2009/ proj/ MAS /9/2 dated 21-5-2010 (Annexure ‘A’ of this Volume) and approved by Ministry of Railways. Railway Board under their letter No. 2010/ Proj./ Genl/ 3/ 3 dated 23 Dec. 2011 have issued ‘Technical standard for Track Structure for Metro Railways/MRTS Systems “a copy of which is enclosed as Annexure ‘B’ of this Volume. The designs shall comply with these standards unless instructed by Employer. Construction of plinth / slab type track structure on viaduct and or with MSS as per Design Provided The Track Structure and the fastening used shall be designed as to minimise the noise and vibration generated by the moving train on the track. The contractor shall interface with the concerned designated contractors, particularly the Rolling stock supplier, limit vehicle included noise and ground – borne vibration in structures in the vicinity of Railway alignment to acceptable level, as per legal and statuary requirement of India. The Contractor shall spell out the codal, legal and statuary provisions in this regard and justify that his design and proposal are in conformity with stipulations.

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Special noise and vibration mitigation measures (Mass Spring System) will be taken at selected locations in elevated sections as instructed by Employer. Setting-out final alignment. Welding of UIC 60 IRS-T-12-2009, 880 grade rails and UIC 60, 1080 grade head hardened rails using the specified welding techniques. Provisions of shear connector, wherever required, between 1st pour and 2nd pour reinforced concrete in underground stretch or wherever needed in elevated stretch for ballastless track. Laying of ballastless plain track on reinforced concrete plinth/RCC slab and ballastless turnouts on RCC slab, installing track fastener system, turn-outs, derailing switches, buffer stops, check rails etc. to the stipulated tolerances on the running lines. Testing of components and installation methods. The scope of work for the contract is further described in the Work’s requirements.

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1.1

Trackwork

1.1.1 Mainline Track Construction Verification of Survey Control Points. Conducting setting out survey. Construction of all elements as per approved drawings. Reinstatement of road in case damaged by work. Interface with other contractors as per the interface matrix.

a) b) c) d) e)

1.1.2 Depot Track Construction: Verification of Survey Control Points. Conducting setting out survey. Construction of all elements as per approved drawings. Reinstatement of road in case damaged by work. Interface with other contractors as per the interface matrix.

a) b) c) d) e)

1.1.3

Contractors are requested to use the tender drawings in details for the works mentioned above and as indicated in the tender drawings would be considered inclusive in the scope of work.

1.1.4 In addition to the foregoing, the scope of works shall include but not limited to the following: a.

Alignment plans (both vertical and horizontal) and typical platform levels in line with the depot approach viaduct would be provided by the CMRL to the Contractor.

b.

Site clearance and dismantling of obstructions etc., before commencement of work as specified or as directed;

c.

Preparing working drawings for various components of the works and obtaining approval in respect thereof from the Engineer, inclusive of

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incorporation of all modifications, alterations, changes, etc. that may be required to be carried as directed; d.

True and proper setting out and layout of the Works, bench marks and provision of all necessary labour, instruments and appliances in connection therewith as specified or as directed;

e.

Conducting all quality control tests as per the approved quality control plan. All aspects of quality assurance, including testing of materials and other components of the work, as specified or as directed;

f.

Ensuring cleanliness of the roads and footpaths by deploying man power for the same. The Contractor shall have to ensure proper brooming, cleaning and washing of roads and footpaths at all times throughout the entire stretch till the currency of the contract including disposal of sewage. Nothing extra shall be payable on this account;

g.

Day to day cleaning of worksite throughout the execution period.

h.

Clearing of site and handing over of all the Works, as specified or as directed;

i.

Maintenance of the completed Work during the period as specified;

j.

Submission of completion (as-built) drawings and other related documents as specified in soft and hard copies. 3 sets of Drawings in A1 and A3 size and 2 copies of the AutoCAD drawings shall be submitted to Client in DVD.

1.1.5 Any other item of work as may be required to be carried out for completing the construction of elevated structure of specified length including all necessary interfaces works with CMRL in all respects in accordance with the provisions of the Contract and/or to ensure the structural stability and safety during and after construction. The value of the work shall be on item rate basis as accepted in letter of acceptance subject to such additions thereto or deductions there from as may be made under the provisions of the Contract. 1.2

Traffic Management The Contractor shall make the detailed traffic diversion plans in consultation with Chennai Traffic Police if the need arises. The work is to be executed with proper liaison with Chennai Traffic Police. Necessary assistance will be given by CMRL. The Contractor should inspect the site. The Contractor shall also strengthen the road where the diversions are planned by widening, in case is needed for execution of the stated work, repairing to the road surface and cutting of trees/ transplanting (as required), etc.

1.2.1 Traffic barricade with blinker, reflective tapes and other necessary traffic signage should be provided wherever required as per detailed plan. Temporary traffic diversion for smooth flow of traffic will be provided during construction including necessary traffic signs, repairs to diverted route/services lanes if required. Traffic marshals shall be deployed for the period of diversion to guide

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the road users and to avoid traffic congestion. Restoration of diverted route in original condition etc. shall be done by Contractor. 1.2.2 Road works, landscaping, utility diversions, and other miscellaneous works to be paid under respective item if required. 1.3

Utilities

Deleted

1.4

Geotechnical Investigation Report Deleted

1.5

Reference to the Standard Codes of Practice All Standards, Technical Specifications and Codes of practice referred in the technical specifications shall be latest editions including all applicable official amendments and revisions. The Contractor shall make available at site all relevant Indian Standard Codes of practice and IRS/IRC Codes as applicable.

2.0

SCOPE OF WORK : Specific to the Work

1.1

This specification establishes the requirements for the manufacture, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of Phase 1 Extension track work. There shall be both underground and elevated corridor alongwith elevated Depot. The details of curves, turnouts, scissors x-overs, gradients, etc. have been shown in alignment drawings, the exact locations of which shall be interfaced by the contractor with designated civil contractors The work area for this Contract has been demarcated at two/three locations at Phase 1 Extension Corridor. The work area will also be made available to the contractor at any other location in Phase 1 Extension Corridor, if required by the contractor, and the contractor shall have to interface with designated civil contractor for the same. For welding of Rails, the bidder /JV Partner/ Consortium shall have MOU with RDSO approved Flush Butt Welding Plant for HH Rails, to carrying out welding work for the project. The contractor shall be required to interface closely with the various Detailed Design Consultants and the designated civil/structural and system wide contractors on the Phase 1 Extension Corridor appointed by Employer. The scope of work shall include but not limited to the following:

1.2

1.3

1.4

1.5 

Supply of P. Way materials such as glued insulated joints (if needed), buffer stop, signage, joggled fish plate, wheel stop etc. The Rail, Fastening system, turnouts and derailment switches etc shall be issued by the employer. The contractor will make his own arrangements for mechanised handling and transportation of all materials to the site of work. The check rail with all fittings, if needed, shall need to be procured by the contractor and the same will also

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be transported to the site by contractor. Anchor bolts to be supplied as per the drawings. 

Setting-out final alignment.



Welding of UIC 60 IRS-T-12-2009, UIC 60, 1080 grade head hardened rails using the specified welding techniques.



Provision of shear connector, wherever required, between 1st pour and 2nd pours reinforced concrete for ballastless track.



Laying of ballastless plain track on reinforced concrete RCC slab / plinth and ballastless turnouts on RCC slab, installing track fastener system, rail expansion joints, glued insulated joints, turn-outs, derailing switches, buffer stops, check rails etc. to the stipulated tolerances on the running lines.



Testing of components and installation methods



The scope of work for the contract is further described in the Work’s requirements.



Provide check / retainment rails on curves sharper than the curve radius of 190 meters in mainline, if required.



Rail grinding as per requirement.



Tunnel Lighting and Temporary Ventilation arrangement shall need to be done by the trackwork contractor as per instruction of the Engineer.



The supply materials, i.e. Rails, Fasteners and turnouts shall be procured by the employer through contract ASRT-04, ASFT-05 & ASTO-06, shall be handed over in phases as available to the contractor of contract ATW-07 from its storage in Chennai City Limit and after taking possession, the same needs to be lifted and taken to the contractor’s safe custody. The cost of all lifting and shifting shall be deemed to be included within the rate quoted.



Preparation of As-Built Drawings for all components, layout drawing showing plinth arrangement, reinforcement details, along with details of Insulation / Earthing Arrangement wherever necessary, in scale as directed by the Engineer in minimum A1 Size shall need to be prepared and verification of the same by the Engineer shall be done before submitting.



Reinforcement bar insulation as per requirement shall be in scope of the contractor.



Self compacting concrete may need to be provided in place of normal concrete for construction of Reinforced Concrete Slab / Plinth for laying of track, and cost towards providing self compacting concrete shall be deemed to be included in the rate of such Plinth / Slab Construction.



The entire rail length is considered to be protected by painting with anti corrossive Bitumen Black Paint as per IS : 9862.

3.0

General Criteria and Track Parameters

2.1

General Criteria SN

Criteria

Dimension

1

Gauge

1435 mm

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Max. train speed

80 Kmph

3

Max. axle load, loaded condition

17 tonnes

4

max.(compensated) gradient

5

Running Track

4%

Depot Track

4%

Minimum vertical curve radius

1500 m

Minimum horizontal curve radius Underground running lines)

sections

(main

120 m

Elevated & At-Grade sections (main running lines)

120 m

Depot and other lines 6

100mts

Electric power connection

Overhead Catenary System (OCS) – 25kv(AC) Rails shall be used traction return current

2.2

7

Inclination of Rail

1 in 20

8

Wheel profile

UIC 510-2 (S1002)

9

Rail profile

UIC 60E1

for

Track Structure Parameters Description

Ballastless (DFF)

Rail type: Main line and Test Track

UIC 60, IRS-T-12-2009, 1080 grade head hardened

Rail type depot

UIC 60, IRS-T-12-2009, 880 grade

Base Plate Spacing

Main line (viaduct) 650 10 mm Main line (underground) 650 mm Depot 650 mm

Standard Rail length

(except for track on steel columns & embedded track where spacing shall be 1.2m centre to centre) As per Good for Construction Drawing. Preparation of Shop drawing as needed shall be in scope of the contractor, and shall need to be approved by the Employer / Engineer. 18m

Maximum Cant

110mm

Maximum Cant Deficiency

85mm

Desirable Cant Gradient

1 in 720

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Maximum Cant Gradient

1 in 440

Rate of Change of Cant / Cant Deficiency Maximum

55 mm/s

Desirable

35 mm/s

Types of Turnout Main Line

1 : 9 R300

Depot

1 : 7 R190 & 1 : 7 R140

2.3 Vertical Alignment 2.3.1 Points and Crossing No change of grade shall be permitted on points and crossing.

2.4

Continuous Welded Rail 

2.5

Long welded rail strings shall be joined to form continuous welded rails and finally fastened so that the zero thermal stress temperature lies within the following range of rail temperature values:

Surface (ballastless)

28 to 34 degree C

Underground tunnel (ballastless)

25 to 30 degree C



Mean rail temperature (in open) =

31 deg C



Max rail temperature (in open) =

70 deg C

Schedule of Dimension The contractor shall ensure that no permanent structure is within the structure gauge profile and the material & installation of track work shall comply with the provisions of schedule of dimensions. The schedule of dimensions is approved by Railway Board and any change to it shall be advised to the contractor. The schedule of dimension shall be supplied to Contractor by the Engineer as a separate document.

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WORK'S REQUIREMENTS APPENDIX 1 WORK AREAS (1) The Site Areas will be made available to the Contractor. These Site Areas are illustrated in the Employer's Drawings. Should there be any discrepancies in the definition of the extent of these Site Areas between the descriptions in this Appendix and the Employer's Drawings, the Employer's Drawings shall prevail. (2) The Contractor shall satisfy himself as to the exact nature of the various Site Areas and the extent of works to be carried out prior to the execution of the Permanent Works or making use of the area as working space and/or for temporary site facilities. (3) The Contractor shall submit to the Employer's Representative for a notice of no objection, a written proposal for the use and occupation of these Site Areas at least 6 week prior to the programmed use of the requested areas. The availability of Site Areas will only be permitted for the actual duration of the permanent and temporary works within the particular Site Areas. The Contractor shall comply with the Work’s requirements as stated in the documents. (4) The Contractor is deemed to have acquainted himself with the actual location and conditions of the Site and allow for any contingency with regard to the means of access and any special Site restrictions including making good all works disturbed or damaged to match with the existing. (5) The Contractor shall propose controlled access points to the Site from the existing roads in different periods. The Contractor shall not construct any temporary roadways which may be necessary to afford access to his working areas without a prior notice from the Employer's Representative. (6) The Contractor shall ensure that all approved accesses shall not impose any constraints and hazard to existing establishments or to other works by Interfacing Contractors. If such accesses are required to be relocated, deleted or closed as may be directed by the Employer's Representative, the Contractor shall do so at his own costs and time. (7) The Contractor shall maintain at all times all existing road traffic, road accesses, traffic junction, pedestrian routes and access to existing buildings within the Site Areas during all stages of the traffic diversion schemes he may propose for the execution of the Works. The Contractor shall submit his proposal, for a notice from the Employer's Representative, after having received approval from all Relevant Authorities, for the provision of temporary accesses required at any existing building(s) to ensure continuation of access for the public and to facilitate construction of the Works.

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(8) Unless otherwise noted, the Contractor shall protect all existing buildings and structures, either located within or adjacent to, the Site Areas to the satisfaction of the Employer's Representative. (9) If any land and/or right of way, other than the Site Areas shown on the Employer's Drawings, is required by the Contractor for the purpose of the execution of the Works, such as for temporary diversion, ground treatment, storage, site offices for the Contractor or the Employer's Representative, etc., the same shall be arranged by the Contractor at his own risk and cost. The Employer, where feasible, may at his discretion assist the Contractor in this respect. (10) Schedule of Site Access Dates: The table below sets out the earliest access dates when Site Areas are available together with the dates by which they must be vacated. The Contractor shall take these dates into account in his Works Programme. Location/ Drawing Description Access Date Vacate Date Reference (No. of Days) Trackwork

Mainline Depot

and Date of LoA, 360 days from Shall be handed over in commencement phases no later than as laid date out in Appendix 2 hereinafter.

(11) The Contractor is obliged to coordinate with the Interfacing Contractors and provide storage (a fenced off area in accordance with the Schedule, including water, electricity and access to the road and track, staging and unloading areas for them, as required in the Contract. The Interfacing Contractors shall be required to maintain the fenced off area and access thereto, from when the Contractor has completed his Works and after the handover of the balance Site Areas to the Employer. The Interfacing Contractor will be responsible for security, clearing and reinstating this Site Area in accordance with the Contract. The Contractor shall be responsible for clearing and reinstating the remaining site areas not used by the Interfacing Contractor. (12) All Site Areas shall be handed back to the Employer, with the exception of the fenced area and access for the Interfacing Contractor, within 28 days from the date of issue of the Taking Over Certificate. Prior to returning any Site Areas to the Employer, the Contractor shall carry out the following works: (i) Construct all Permanent Works within the area in accordance with the requirements of the Contract; (ii) Reinstate the area to its original condition, or better, when it was taken over, except where the Contract requires construction of Permanent Works; (iii) Propose final modifications / changes to the area, at locations where it is not possible or desirable to reinstate the area to its original condition, to the satisfaction of the Employer's Representative, and form the area to the agreed lines and levels, and carry out such other works as may be required by the Employer's Representative; (iv) Remove all rubbish, debris and other materials.

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WORK’S REQUIREMENTS APPENDIX 2 CONTRACT ACCESS AND KEY DATES The Contractor shall prepare and submit his detailed Programme of Work to achieve key dates of various activities on time. The Contractor shall complete the work in a phased manner by fixing priorities to different stretches of work to give access to the other interfacing contractors as per the requirement of project from time to time and as per the Access dates and key dates (mile stones) indicated below. A. Phase 1 Extension – SWA to Korukkupet (Ch.111 to 2900-UG) Access and Key dates for Track work AD ref.

AD 1.1

Description Shared Access for Mobilisation of resources and FBW weld and Rail Pulling from SWA to Korukkupet (Ch: 111 to 2124)

AD 1.2

Shared Access for Track concreting from SWA to Theagaraya College (Ch: 111 to 937)

AD 1.3

Shared of track concreting at Theagaraya College Station (Ch: 937 to 1167)

Access date

D

D+20

D+50

KD ref.

Description

KD 1.1

Completion for Mobilisation of resources and FBW weld and Rail Pulling from SWA to Korukkupet (Ch: 111 to 2124) including rail transportation from stores/temporary rails.

D+20

KD 1.2

Completion of Track concreting including Derailment guard and finishing work from SWA to Theagaraya College (Ch: 111 to 937)

D+50

KD 1.3

Completion of track concreting including Derailment guard and finishing work at Theagaraya College Station (Ch: 937 to 1167)

D+60

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AD 1.4

Shared of track concreting from Theagaraya college to Korukkupet (Ch: 1167 to 1894)

D+60

KD 1.4

AD 1.5

Shared Access for track concreting at Korukkupet Station (Ch: 1894 to 2124)

D+90

KD 1.5

D+120

KD 1.6

D+140

KD 1.7

AD 1.6

AD 1.7

Shared Access for Mobilisation of resources & FBW weld and Rail Pulling from Korukkupet to P1 (Ch:2124 to 2900) Shared Access track concreting including from Korukkupet to P1 (Ch: 2124 to 2900)

Completion of track concreting including Derailment guard and finishing work from Theagaraya college to Korukkupet (Ch: 1167 to 1894) Completion of track concreting including Derailment guard and finishing work at Korukkupet Station (Ch: 1894 to 2124) Completion of Mobilisation of resources & FBW weld and Rail Pulling from Korukkupet to P1 (Ch:2124 to 2900) Completion of track concreting including Derailment guard and finishing work from Korukkupet to P1 (Ch: 2124 to 2900)

D+90

D+100

D+140

D+175

** D – Date of Commencement (15 days from the date of LOA) Note: 1. 880 grade rail and anchor bolts available with CMRL to be transported and used for track linking as a temporary measure and replaced with 1080 grade after supply as decided by CMRL. 2. The following independent teams are required for completing the track work apart from finishing work. (i) Underground – 2 teams, (ii) Elevated – 4 teams (iii) Turnouts - 1 team (iv) Depot - 1 team

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B. Phase 1 Extension – Tondiarpet to Thangal (P1 to P143) Access and Key dates for Track work AD ref.

Description

Access Date

KD ref.

Description

Key date

Shared Access for Mobilisation of FBW machine including rail transportation

D

KD 2.1

Mobilization of FBW machine including rail transportation

D+35

AD 2.2

Shared Access for Welding of rails & Rail pulling

D+35

KD 2.2

AD 2.3

Shared Access for Mobilisation of resources

D+65

KD 2.3

AD 2.4

Shared Access for 25% of track concreting including finishing work

D+75

KD 2.4

Completion of 25% of track concreting including finishing work

D+115

AD 2.5

Shared Access for 50% of track concreting including finishing work

D+115

KD 2.5

Completion of 50% of track concreting including finishing work

D+155

AD 2.6

Shared Access for 75% of track concreting including finishing work

D+135

KD 2.6

Completion of 75% of track concreting including finishing work

D+195

AD 2.7

Shared Access for 100% of track concreting including finishing work

D+175

KD 2.7

Completion of 100% of track concreting including finishing work

D+235

AD 2.1

Completion of Welding of rails & Rail pulling Mobilisation of two teams of labour and machinery for track concreting work

Note: The following independent teams are required for completing the track work apart from finishing work. (i) Underground – 2 teams (ii) Elevated – 4 teams (iii) Turnouts - 1 team (iv) Depot - 1 team

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C. Phase 1 Extension – Gowri Ashram to Wimco Nagar (P144 to P168) Access and Key dates for Track work AD ref.

AD 3.1

AD 3.2

Description Shared Access for Mobilization of FBW machine including transportation of rails Shared Access for Welding of rails & Rail pulling

Access Date

KD ref.

Description

Key Date

KD 3.1

Mobilization of FBW machine including transportation of rails

D+70

D+70

KD 3.2

Completion of Welding of rails & Rail pulling

D+100

D

AD 3.3

Shared access for Mobilisation of resources

D+100

KD 3.3

Mobilisation of two teams of labour and machinery for track concreting work

D+105

AD 3.4

Shared access for 25% of track concreting including finishing work

D+105

KD 3.4

Completion of 25% of track concreting including finishing work

D+150

AD 3.5

Shared access for 50% of track concreting including finishing work

D+150

KD 3.5

Completion of 50% of track concreting including finishing work

D+195

AD 3.6

Shared access for 75% of track concreting with Derailment guard

D+195

KD 3.6

Completion of 75% of track concreting with Derailment guard

D+240

AD 3.7

Shared access for 100% of track concreting with Derailment guard

D+240

KD 3.7

Completion of 100% of track concreting with Derailment guard

D+285

Note: The following independent teams are required for completing the track work apart from finishing work. (i) Underground – 2 teams (ii)Elevated – 4 teams (iii) Turnouts - 1 team (iv) Depot - 1 team

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D. Phase 1 Extension – Depot at Wimco Nagar (Elevated) Access and Key dates for Track work AD ref.

Description

Access Date

KD ref.

Description

Key Date

AD 4.1

Shared Access for Mobilization of FBW plant including rail transportation

D

KD 4.1

Mobilization of FBW plant including rail transportation

D+150

AD 4.2

Shared Access for Flash butt weld and Rail pulling

D+150

KD 4.2

Completion of Flash Butt weld and Rail pulling

D+180

AD 4.3

Shared Access resources

D+180

KD 4.3

Mobilisation men and materials for concrete

D+190

AD 4.4

Shared Access for 25% of track concreting including finishing work

D+190

KD 4.4

AD 4.5

Shared Access for 50% including finishing work

D+230

KD 4.5

AD 4.6

Shared Access for 75% of track concreting including finishing work

D+270

KD 4.6

AD 4.7

Shared Access for 100% of track concreting including finishing work

D+310

KD 4.7

for

Mobilisation

of

track

Completion of 25% of track concreting including finishing work Completion of 50% of track including finishing work Completion concreting work Completion concreting work

D+270

of 75% of track including finishing

D+310

of 100% of track including finishing

D+350

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The above key dates have been worked out based on mobilisation of 5 teams, 2 teams for underground and minimum average progress of 30m per day per team for underground and 40m per day for elevated corridor. Separate teams for turnouts shall be mobilised. For depot minimum of 3 turnouts per month shall be installed

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APPENDIX 3 – QUALITY ASSURANCE

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Contents

Pages

1.

General

QA-1

2.

Quality Assurance Management Plan

QA-1

3.

Plan Implementation and verification

QA-2

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WORK’S REQUIREMENTS APPENDIX 3 QUALITY ASSURANCE

1. General The Contractor shall implement a Project Quality Management Plan in accordance with ISO-9001 Quality System – Model for Quality Assurance in Design/Development, Production, Installation and Servicing" to ensure that all materials, workmanship, plant and equipment supplied and work done under the contract meets the requirements of the contract. This plan shall apply to all activities related to the quality of items, including designing, purchasing, inspecting, handling, assembling, testing, storing, and shipping of materials and equipment and different elements of construction work and installations of system components. The Quality Plan to be prepared by the Contractor and submitted to the Engineer shall follow the requirements of ISO 9000 and address each element therein. Registration of the Contractor's organisation, or subcontractors or sub-consultants is not required for this Project but the Project Quality Management Plan as submitted shall meet the intent of the ISO 9000 requirement in that there is a comprehensive and documented approach to achieving the project quality requirements.

2. Quality Assurance Management Plan The Project Quality Management Plan (PQMP) shall as a minimum address the quality system elements as required by ISO 9001, generally noting the applicability to the Contractor's Works Programme for the Project. Procedures or Quality Plans to be prepared by others (Suppliers, Subcontractors, and Sub-consultants) and their incorporation in the overall PQMP shall be identified. The Contractor shall provide and maintain a Quality Assurance Plan (QA) to regulate methods, procedures, and processes to ensure compliance with the Contract requirements. The QA Plan, including QA written procedures, shall be submitted to the Engineer for his review. Adequate records shall be maintained in a readily retrievable manner to provide documented evidence of quality monitoring and accountability. These records shall be available to Employer at all times during the term of the Contract and during the Defects Liability Period and for a five year period thereafter. The Plan shall identify: •

Design Process: that control, check and verify the accuracy, completeness and integration of the design shall be performed by certified personnel and in accordance with documented procedure that have the written consent of the Engineer.

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Special Processes: that control or verify quality shall be performed by certified personnel and in accordance with documented procedures that have the written consent of the Engineer;



Inspection and Test: Inspection and testing instructions shall provide for reporting non-conformances or questionable conditions to the Engineer; Inspection shall occur at appropriate points in the installation sequence to ensure compliance with drawings, test specifications, process specifications, and quality standards. The Engineer shall designate, if necessary, inspection hold points into installation or inspection planning procedures;



Receiving Inspection: These procedures shall be used to preclude the use of nonconforming materials and to ensure that only correct and accepted items are used and installed;



Identification and Inspection Status: a system for identifying the progressive inspection status of equipment, materials, components, subassemblies, and assemblies as to their acceptance, rejection, or non-inspection shall be maintained;



Identification and Control of Items: an item identification and traceability control shall be provided;



Handling, Storage, and Delivery: provide for adequate work, surveillance and inspection instructions.

The Plan shall ensure that conditions adverse to quality such as failures, malfunctions, deficiencies, deviations, and defects in materials and equipment shall be promptly identified and corrected. The Plan shall provide for establishing, and maintaining an effective and positive system for controlling non-conforming material including procedures for the identification, segregation, and disposal of all non-conforming material. Dispositions for the use or repair of non-conforming materials shall require the Engineers consent.

3. Plan Implementation and Verification The Plan shall clearly define the QA Organisation. Management responsibility for the QA shall be set forth on the Contractor's policy and organisation chart. The Plan shall define the requirements for QA personnel, their skills and training. Records of personnel certifications shall be maintained and monitored by the QA personnel. These records shall be made available to the Engineer for review, upon request. The QA operations shall be subject to the Engineers, Employer or Employer's authorised representative's verification at any time, including: surveillance of the operations to determine that practices, methods and procedures of the plan are being properly applied; inspection to measure quality of items to be offered for acceptance; and audits to ensure compliance with the Contract documents. The contractor's Quality Audit Schedule shall be submitted to the Engineer for consent every three months or more frequently as required.

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The results of Quality Audits shall be summarised in the Contractor's monthly reports. The Contractor shall provide all necessary access, assistance and facilities to enable the Engineer to carry out on-site and off-site surveillance of Quality Assurance Audits to verify that the quality system which has the consent of the Engineer is being implemented fully and properly.

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INTRODUCTION........................................................................................................ 1

2.

STANDARD ENGINEERING CONDITIONS.............................................................. 1

3.

TEMPORARY WATER & POWER SUPPLY TO DESIGNATED CONTRACTORS(DELETED) ................................................................................................................. 2

4.

APPLICABILITY .......................................................................................................... 2

5.

WORK ON SITE ......................................................................................................... 2

6.

ELECTRICAL GENERAL ........................................................................................... 3

7.

MATERIALS, APPLIANCES AND COMPONENTS ................................................... 3

8.

DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS .................................................................................... 3

9.

MAINS VOLTAGE....................................................................................................... 3

10. EARTHING ................................................................................................................. 4 11. PLUGS, SOCKET OUTLETS AND COUPLERS ........................................................ 5 12. CABLES ...................................................................................................................... 5 13. LIGHTING INSTALLATION ......................................................................................... 5 14. ELECTRICAL MOTORS ............................................................................................. 6 15. INSPECTION AND TESTING ..................................................................................... 6 16. IDENTIFICATION ........................................................................................................ 6 17. MAINTENANCE: ......................................................................................................... 6 18. METERING ................................................................................................................. 6

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WORK’S REQUIREMENTS APPENDIX 4 WORK SITE & TEMPORARY POWER SUPPLY

1. INTRODUCTION (1) The Contractor shall provide within the designated principal Works Areas, at locations agreed with the Engineer, the compounds and facilities for the Engineer and other contractors of the Employer defined under Clause 2 of this Appendix. (2) The standard conditions applying to the use of any Works Area by the Contractor for its site facilities are given under Clause 2 of this Appendix.

2. STANDARD ENGINEERING CONDITIONS The following standard engineering conditions apply to all Works Areas: (1) Formation (a) The Works Areas shall be formed to the levels that the Engineer has given his consent. No such levels shall be amended without prior consent of the Engineer. (b) The Works Areas shall be surfaced in a manner agreed with the Engineer, compatible with their intended use, and, in particular, footpaths and roadways connecting facilities shall be clearly defined. Measures shall be taken to the satisfaction of the Engineer to ensure all areas are properly drained and kept free of static water. (c) The removal, diversion or reinstatement elsewhere as may be required of any existing works or installation whatsoever within the Works Areas shall be carried out to the satisfaction of the Engineer. (2) Roads & Parking (a) Space shall be provided within the Works Areas loading/unloading and manoeuvring of motor vehicles.

for

parking,

(b) Any damage done to the adjoining public roads and fixtures and properties (public or private) shall be made good to the satisfaction of the Engineer. (3) Drainage & Sewerage (a)

All storm or rainwater from the Work Areas including any access roads thereto shall be conveyed to the nearest stream course, catch-pit, channel or storm water drain as required by the Engineer. All temporary and permanent works shall be carried out in such a manner that no damage or nuisance are caused by storm water or rain water to the adjacent property.

(b)

No drain or watercourse shall be used without consent of the Engineer.

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(c)

Damages or obstructions caused to any watercourse, drain, water- main or other installations within or adjoining the Works Areas shall be made good to the satisfaction of the Engineer.

(d)

Treatment and disposal of sewage and wastewater from the Works Area shall be provided to the satisfaction of the Engineer.

(4) Buildings (a) No permanent structures other than those required for the Permanent Works shall be Temporary permitted on the Works Areas. (b) Electricity, water, telephone and sewerage shall be provided by the Contractor, as required, for all temporary buildings. (5) Pedestrian Access Every existing pedestrian access throughout the Works Areas shall be maintained in a usable condition at all times to the satisfaction of the Engineer including lighting, signing and guarding. (6) Fencing The Works Areas shall be secured against unauthorised access at all times. In particular fencing or the like shall be maintained, removed and re-erected in the new location wherever and whenever a Works Area is relinquished in stages.

3. Temporary Water & Power Supply to Designated Contractors The contractor may be required to provide temporary water and power supply to other designated contractors working at the site

4. Work on Site (1) The Contractor shall nominate a representative whose name and qualifications shall be submitted in writing to the Engineer for review not later than 4 weeks before the appointment and who shall be solely responsible for ensuring the safety of all temporary electrical equipment on Site. The Contractor shall not install or operate any temporary Site electrical systems until this representative is appointed and has commenced duties. (2) The name and contact telephone number of the representative having been reviewed without objection by the Engineer shall be displayed at the main distribution board for the temporary electrical supply so that he can be contacted in case of an emergency. (3) Schematic diagrams and the details of the equipment for all temporary electrical installations shall be submitted by the Contractor, and these diagrams together with the temporary electrical equipment shall be submitted to the Engineer for his consent. (4) All electrical installation work on Site shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements laid down in BS 7375 and the Specification. All work shall be supervised or executed by qualified and suitably categorised electricians, who are registered as such under the Electricity Ordinance 1990/Electricity (Registration) Regulations 1990.

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5. Electrical General Temporary electrical Site installations and distribution systems shall be in accordance with:(1)

Indian Electricity Rules

(2)

The Power Companies’ Supply Rules;

(3)

Electricity and its subsidiary Regulations;

(4)

IEE Wiring Regulations (16th Edition);

(5)

BS 7375 Distribution of Electricity on Construction and Building Sites;

(6)

BS 4363 Distribution Assemblies for Electricity Supplies for Construction and Building Sites; and

(7)

BS 6164 Safety in Tunnelling in the Construction Industry.

(8)

Any other applicable national standards

6. Materials, Appliances and Components All materials, appliances and components used within the distribution system shall comply with BS 4363 and BS 7375 Appendix A.

7. Design Considerations (1) Distribution equipment utilised within the temporary electrical distribution system shall incorporate the following features:- (a) flexibility in application for repeated use; (b) suitability for transport and storage; (c) robust construction to resist moisture and damage; and (d) safety in use. (2) All cabling shall be run at high level whenever possible and firmly secured to ensure they do not present a hazard or obstruction to people and equipment. (3) The installation on Site shall allow convenient access to authorised and competent operators to work on the apparatus contained within.

8. Mains Voltage (1) The Site mains voltage shall be as per the Electricity Authority, 415V/ 3 phase 4 wire system. (a) Single phase voltage shall be as per the Electricity Authority, 230V supply. (b) Reduced voltages shall conform to BS 7375. (2) Types of Distribution Supply The following voltages shall be adhered to for typical applications throughout the distribution systems: (a) fixed plant - 415V/ 3 phase;

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(b) movable plant fed by trailing cable - 415V /3 phase; (c) installations in Site buildings - 230V /1 phase; (d) fixed flood lighting - 230V/ 1 phase; (e) portable and hand held tools - 115V /1 phase; (f) Site lighting (other than flood lighting) - 115V /1 phase; and (g) Portable handlamps (general use) - 115V /1 phase. (3) When the low voltage supply is energised via the Employer's transformer, any power utilised from that source shall be either 415V 3 phase or / 230V. 1 phase as appropriate. The Contractor shall carry out any conversion that may be necessary to enable him to use power from that source. (4) Protection of Circuits (a) Protection shall be provided for all main and sub-circuits against excess current, under and over voltage, residual current and earth faults. The protective devices shall be capable of interrupting (without damage to any equipment or the mains or sub-circuits) any short circuit current that may occur. (b) Discrimination between circuit breakers, circuit breakers and fuses shall be in accordance with:(i)

BS 88;

(ii)

BS EN 60898; and

(iii)

BS 7375;

(iv)

Any other appropriate Indian Standards.

9. Earthing (1) Earthing and bonding shall be provided for all electrical installations and equipment to prevent the possibility of dangerous voltage rises and to ensure that faults are rapidly cleared by installed circuit protection. (2) Earthing systems shall conform to the following standards:(a) IEE Wiring Regulations (16th Edition); (b) BS 7430; (c) BS 7375; and (d) IEEE Standard 80 Guide for Safety in AC Substation Grounding.

10. Plugs, Socket Outlets and Couplers Low voltage plugs, sockets and couplers shall be colour coded in accordance with BS 7375, and constructed to conform to BS EN 60309. High voltage couplers and 'T' connections shall be in accordance with BS 3905.

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11. Cables (1) Cables shall be selected after full consideration of the conditions to which they will be exposed and the duties for which they are required. Supply cables up to 3.3KV shall be in accordance with BS 6346. (2) For supplies to mobile or transportable equipment where operation of the equipment subjects the cable to flexing, the cable shall conform to one of the following specifications appropriate to the duties imposed on it: (a) BS 6708 flexible cables for use at mines and quarries; (b) BS 6007 rubber insulated cables for electric power and lighting; and (c) BS 6500 insulated flexible cords and cables. (3) Where low voltage cables are to be used, reference shall be made to BS 7375. The following specifications shall also be referred to particularly for underground cables:(a) BS 6346 for armoured PVC insulated cables; and (b) BS 6708 Flexible cables for use at mines and quarries. (4) All cables which have a voltage to earth exceeding 65 V (except for supplies from welding transformers to welding electrodes) shall be of a type having a metal sheath and/or armour which shall be continuous and effectively earthed. In the case of flexible or trailing cables, such earthed metal sheath and/or armour shall be in addition to the earth core in the cable and shall not be used as the sole earth conductor. (5) Armoured cables having an over sheath of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or an oil resisting and flame retardant compound shall be used whenever there is a risk of mechanical damage occurring. (6) For resistance to the effects of sunlight, overall non-metallic covering of cables shall be black in colour. (7) Cables which have applied to them a voltage to earth exceeding 12 V but not normally exceeding 65 V shall be of a type insulated and sheathed with a general purpose or heat resisting elastomer. (8) All cables which are likely to be frequently moved in normal use shall be flexible cables. Flexible cables shall be in accordance with BS 6500 and BS 7375.

12. Lighting Installation (1) Where Site inspection of the Works is required during the nights, the Lighting circuits shall be run separate from other sub-circuits and shall be in accordance with BS 7375 and BS 4363. (2) Voltage shall not exceed 55 V to earth except when the supply is to a fixed point and where the lighting fixture is fixed in position. (3) Luminaries shall have a degree of protection not less than IP 54. In particularly bad environments where the luminaries are exposed to excesses of dust and water, a degree of protection to IP 65 shall be employed.

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(4) The Contractor shall upgrade the lighting level to a minimum of 200 lux by localised lighting in all areas where required by the Engineer. (5) Mechanical protection of luminaries against damage by impact shall be provided by use of wire guards or other such devices whenever risk of damage occurs.

13. Electrical Motors (1) Totally enclosed fan cooled motors to BS 4999: Part 105 shall be used. (2) Motor control and protection circuits shall be as stipulated in BS 6164. Emergency stops for machinery shall be provided.

14. Inspection and Testing Electrical installations on Site shall be inspected and tested in accordance with the requirements of the IEE Wiring Regulations (16th Edition).

15. Identification Identification labels of a type reviewed without objection by the Engineer shall be affixed to all electrical switches, circuit breakers and motors to specify their purpose

16. Maintenance (1) Strict maintenance and regular checks of control apparatus and wiring distribution systems shall be carried out by an electrician (duly qualified to carry out the said checks) to ensure safe and efficient operation of the systems. The Contractor shall submit for review by the Engineer details of his maintenance schedule and maintenance works record. (2) All portable electrical appliances shall be permanently numbered (scarf tag labels or similar) and a record kept of the date of issue, date of the last inspection carried out and the recommended inspection period.

17. Metering The Contractor shall install a separately metered and invoiced supply or supplies of electricity for:(a)

Site fabrication facilities;

(b)

Site workshops and work yards; and

(c)

Site offices and stores

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SITE LABORATORY ..................................................................................................1

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STANDARD OF CONSTRUCTION ...........................................................................1

3.

FURNISHINGS AND FIXTURES ...............................................................................1

4.

LABORATORY EQUIPMENT ....................................................................................1

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WORK’S REQUIREMENTS APPENDIX 5 CONTRACTOR'S SITE LABORATORY

1. SITE LABORATORY (1)

The Site Laboratory shall be approximately 100m² in area. It shall consist of the following accommodation: 1

concrete laboratory

2

office

1

store room

1

kitchen

Male & Female toilets, changing room & shower should be provided (2)

The remainder of the area shall consist of storage area for concrete cube curing tanks. The laboratory, office etc. shall be in one building; the curing tank storage building may be in a separate building, but if so it shall be adjacent to the laboratory building and connected to it by a level, weatherproof passageway. In addition, an area of covered hard standing of 50m2 for motor vehicles shall be provided adjacent to the laboratory.

2. STANDARD OF CONSTRUCTION (1)

The laboratory shall be constructed to the best Engineering practice and as approved by the Engineer. Telephone lines shall be provided for the laboratory. Telephones shall be located in areas as agreed with the Engineer.

(2)

A water tank with minimum capacity of 2000 litres shall be installed, as a source of constant water pressure for each laboratory.

(3)

In the case of sinks used for washing samples, adequate trapping and/or separating devices shall be provided to ensure the proper functioning of the facility.

3. FURNISHINGS AND FIXTURES The contractor’s site laboratory shall be provided with required furnishings and fixtures.

4. LABORATORY EQUIPMENT

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(1)

The laboratory equipment, shall be approved by the Engineer. The Contractor shall submit for the Engineer's approval within 2 weeks of the order to commence work the name of the supplier it intends to use for each piece of apparatus together with the relevant catalogue number.

(2)

The layout of the equipment in the testing laboratory shall be as instructed by the Engineer. The equipment shall be maintained to an accuracy appropriate to the required testing methods with routine calibration by an accredited organisation as recommended by the appropriate Authority. Equipment shall also be calibrated after maintenance or relocation.

(3)

The Contractor's site laboratory shall be equipped with the basic material testing equipment that is needed for Concrete Mix Design and regular quality check of Concrete of strength and workability as directed by the employer as a minimum. The nature and quantity of equipment required for testing may be varied by the Engineer depending on the detail of the Contractor's Design and Construction methods or for any other reason which he deems to be valid and necessary for the proper control of quality.

(4)

Sufficient number of cube moulds are to be procured as per the construction planning for maximum one day usage of concrete.

(5)

All the specific tests that are not possible to carry out at site laboratory are to be carried out by approved third party laboratory or in the manufacturer’s premises, and the same to be witnessed by Engineer and employer’s representative, the cost towards the same to be borne by the contractor, including transportation boarding and lodging etc as required.

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APPENDIX 6 Interface Management Requirement

1. INTERFACE MANAGEMENT PLAN The Contractor has to produce an Interface Management Plan covering the design and construction of the Works with that of other contractors, principally CMRL and the Designated Contracts as defined in this document. The Contractor shall keep the Employer fully informed in respect of such interfaces, such information being given to the Employer in a manner and form and at such intervals as stated in the Contract or as required by the Employer. The Interface Management Plan is that document which describes the Contractor‘s interface management in terms of providing a clear description of each of the interfaces, both technically and sequentially, and represents an account of how the Contractor proposes to achieve co-ordination of the Works. The description shall completely detail the Contractor's work scope and interface with each of the Interfacing Contractors in terms of technical description, sequence and timing for each of the elements required to achieve a coordinated design. The Contractor shall demonstrate how potential interface conflicts can be eliminated by design simplification. This document is also required to demonstrate that the co-ordinated design and construction details described therein fully comply with the needs of others, and agreement in writing of these details by the Interfacing Contractors will be a prerequisite to the Employer issuing a notice of no objection to the IMP. 2. GENERAL (1) The Contractor is responsible for detailed co-ordination of his design and construction activities with those of the CMRL, Designated Contractors, Civil Contractors, Utility Agencies, Statutory Authorities, Private Service Providers, Developers, Consultants and other Contractors whether or not specifically mentioned in the contract, that may be working on or adjacent to the site for the purpose of the Project. For the purpose of this Specification, all of the above parties shall be referred to as Interfacing Contractors. The Contractor shall note that there are other contractors, consultants, etc. which the Employer will engage with whom the Contractor shall have to similarly co-ordinate. Such co-ordination responsibilities of the Contractor shall include the following: (a) To provide all information reasonably required by the Interfacing Contractors in a timely and professional manner to allow them to proceed with their design or construction activities, and specifically to meet their contractual obligations. (b) To ensure that the Contractor’s requirements are provided to all other Interfacing Contractors before the cut-off dates to be identified in the Interface Management Plan (IMP). (c) To obtain from CMRL/ other interfacing Contractors information reasonably required to enable the Contractor to meet the key dates. (d) Where the execution of the work of the CMRL/ other interfacing Contractors depends upon the site management or information to be given by the Contractor, the Contractor shall provide to such CMRL/ other interfacing Contractors the services or correct and accurate information required to

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enable them to meet their own programme or construct their work. (e) To co-ordinate access and delivery routes, and to ensure that all provisions for access and delivery of Plant is co-ordinated with and reflected in the Interfacing Contractor’s Delivery Route Drawings. The Interfacing Contractors shall ensure that all Plants are delivered at the time agreed to allow openings left in the structure for such delivery to be sealed in accordance with the Contractor’s programme. (f) To co-ordinate with the Interfacing Contractors on attendance. (g) To attend regular co-ordination meetings convened by the Engineer with the Interfacing Contractors. The Contractor shall conduct separate meetings with the Interfacing Contractors as necessary to clarify particular aspects of the interfacing requirements of the Works. The party which convenes the meeting shall prepare minutes recording all matters discussed and agreed at the meeting. (h) To ensure that copies of all correspondence, drawings, meeting minutes, programmes, etc. relating to the Contractor’s co-ordination with the Interfacing Contractors are issued to all concerned parties and four (4) copies issued to the Engineer no later than two (2) calendar days from the date of such correspondence and meetings. (2) The Contractor, shall in carrying out his co-ordination responsibilities, raise in good time and provide sufficient information for the Engineer to decide on any disagreement between the Contractor and the Interfacing Contractors as to the extent of services or information required to pass between them. If such disagreement cannot be resolved by the Contractor despite having taken all reasonable efforts, then the decision of the Engineer shall be final and binding on the Contractor. (3) Where other interfacing Contractors has yet to be awarded the Contractor shall proceed with the co-ordination activities with the Engineer until such time when the other interfacing Contractor is available. The Contractor shall provide the CMRL/ other interfacing Contractors with all information necessary to enable the CMRL/ other interfacing Contractors to follow-on and proceed with their coordination. (4) The cut-off dates to be identified in the IMP are the latest dates. Any claim of additional costs by the CMRL/ other interfacing Contractors as a result of the Contractor’s failure in adhering to these dates shall be borne by the Contractor. The Contractor shall note that the information exchange is an iterative process requiring the exchange and update of information at the earliest opportunity and shall be carried out on a regular and progressive basis so that the process is completed for each design stage by the cut-off dates. (5) The Contractor shall co-ordinate with the Engineer on all matters relating to works that may affect the operation of existing Metro lines. 3. DEDICATED CO-ORDINATION TEAM (1) The Contractor shall establish a dedicated co-ordination team, led by an Interface Manager in Chennai reporting to the Contractor’s Site Office. The primary function of the team is to provide a vital link between the Contractor’s design and construction teams and the CMRL/ other interfacing Contractors. (2) The Interface Manager shall assess the progress of the co-ordination with

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CMRL/ other interfacing Contractors by establishing lines of communications as suggested in the co-ordination model to be developed by the agency. (3) The complexity of the Project and the importance of ensuring that work is executed within time limitations, require detailed programming and monitoring of progress, so that early programme adjustments can be made in order to minimise the effects of potential delays. (4) The Interface Manager in conjunction with the CMRL/ other interfacing Contractors shall identify necessary provisions in the Works for plant, equipment and facilities of the CMRL/ other interfacing Contractors. These provisions shall be allowed by the Contractor in the Works. (5) During the course of the contract, information will be obtained in a number of ways. These may include direct inspection, regular site meetings, the obtaining of progress reports and the use of turn-round document to obtain design and programme data. Turn-round document shall be issued to the CMRL/ other interfacing Contractors to be returned giving the current positions on their programme. 4. DESIGN INTERFACE (1) The Contractor shall co-ordinate all design and installation work with the various Designated Contractors, including the CMRL and establish the Coordinated Installation Plan (CIP). The CIP shall be developed by the contractor in a format acceptable to the Engineer. The Contractor shall co-ordinate with all interfacing Designated Contractors to produce a detailed programme of access dates. The CIP shall be signed off by each Designated Contractor and submitted to the Engineer not later than 3 (Three) months before basic structure is completed. (2) The key dates are critical to the timely completion of the project. The Contractor shall commence design interface with the CMRL/ other interfacing Contractors as soon as he has been notified by the Engineer that such Interfacing Contract has been awarded. In the case of utility agencies and other statutory boards, interface shall commence as soon as it is practicable. Where no design interface date has been established whether because the other interfacing Contractor/s have not been identified or for whatever reason, the Contractor shall liaise with such Interfacing Contractor/s as soon as they have been awarded. (3) The Contractor shall immediately upon award of the Contract gather all necessary Information to a level where meaningful interaction can take place as soon as the Interfacing Contracts are available. The Contractor shall submit together with each of Submissions a joint statement from the Contractor and the relevant Interfacing Contractor confirming that interface coordination has been completed and that they have jointly reviewed the appropriate interface document/ drawings and submit to Employer’s Engineer for approval before execution of work. (4) The interface is an iterative process requiring regular exchange and update of interfacing information. The Contractor shall ensure that the information he requires from the Interfacing Contractors is made known at the outset of each design interface and vice versa so that the information can be provided in time for the Contractor and the Interfacing Contractors. 5. CONSTRUCTION INTERFACE (1) Construction interface will be necessary throughout the duration of the Works

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commencing from the time the Contractor mobilises to the Site to the completion of the Works. Construction interface will overlap design interface, involving castin and buried items such as pipes for electrical and mechanical services, supports, brackets, plinths, ducts, service buildings, openings, cableways, trenches etc. that are to be incorporated at the early stage of the construction up to provision of attendance during the testing and commissioning stage. (2) The Contractor shall ensure that there is no interference with the Works of the Interfacing Contractors and shall maintain close co-ordination with them to ensure that his work progresses in a smooth and orderly manner. 6. CO-ORDINATION 6.1 Contractor’s Co-Ordination Responsibilities The Contractor shall co-ordinate with all utility companies and Government authorities and agencies and authorities with the Works to be carried out under this Contract, to provide the necessary services at the times required to achieve a fully co-ordinated and functioning facility, and shall prepare Interface Specification Forms refer to sample form shown in figure 2. Each document shall have unique reference numbers established by the Interfacing Contractors. The Contractor shall prepare the Interface Management Plan and the Interface Management Programme, in accordance with this document. The Contractor will also coordinate with the Employer’s Engineer and may be required to attend meetings on issues appertaining to Interfacing Contractors, utility Companies and Government authorities and agencies, as required by the Employer. The Contractor shall ensure that the work of all Interfacing Contractors can be carried out in accordance with the Interface Management Plan and the Interface Management Programme, as prepared by the Contractor. 6.2 Site Co-Ordination & Attendance The Contractor shall, at his own cost, provide all attendance on and co-ordination with Interfacing Contractors. The following items are not a comprehensive or exhaustive list of the co-ordination or interface attendance items to be provided for the Interfacing Contractors use, but are intended to provide an outline of the content of amenities services and facilities for which the Contractor is responsible:  

Single point of contact for meetings, actions, planning, scheduling and coordinating Site access The Contractor shall co-ordinate with the Interfacing Contractors and provide access and use of temporary access roads to and from and within the Site. The Contractor shall co-ordinate all vehicle movements, deliveries and other activities with the Interfacing Contractors so as to ensure conflicts of use will be controlled on and around the Site.



Storage and Accommodation area The Interfacing Contractors will require limited temporary site accommodation and storage areas. The Contractor shall agree with the Interfacing Contractors access

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and areas for storage and temporary site accommodation prior to their commencing work on Site.  

Work space requirement and sequence of Works Shared use of Contractor’s scaffold The Contractor shall co-ordinate with the Interfacing Contractors and provide free use and shared access of his erected scaffolding, ladders and hoists should they be available at the time the Interfacing Contractor requires to use them. Notwithstanding this requirement, the Contractor shall at all times remain responsible for the management of safety and the maintenance of such scaffolding, ladders and landings. The Contractor will not be required to adapt or erect access scaffolds specifically for the use of Interfacing Contractors. If the Interfacing Contractor erects and uses his own scaffold he will be required to adhere to the Contractor‘s safety rules and access routing for equipment and materials. The Contractor shall ensure that all scaffolds of Interfacing Contractors are erected in a safe manner and are subject to permits for use issued by the Contractor.

 

Setting out control points Access Openings The Contractor will form all penetrations and delivery openings and subsequently close them (either temporary or permanent) for access to rooms or areas for the delivery of equipment and materials.

 

Temporary lighting requirements 100 lux minimum. Temporary power and water supplies have to be provided at agreed locations around the Site for the Interfacing Contractors use. Water tightness. All rooms and areas handed over to Interfacing Contractors shall be in a watertight condition and maintained as such. Ensure all electrical supplies both temporary and permanent have the correct testing and commissioning certification. Waste management and disposal Appropriate protection to finishes, walls, floors, ceilings and equipment using polythene, hardboard, steel plates etc. Programme agreement for mobilizing and demobilizing Construction interface co-ordination management of penetrations in structures, embedded and cast-in items, etc. Temporary Drainage The Contractor shall provide, operate and maintain all necessary temporary drainage, sumps, silt traps and sump pumps to collect and dispose of wastewater from Interfacing Contractors construction processes including installation, testing and commissioning activities.

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Sanitation facilities The Contractor shall provide all sanitation facilities and the disposal of waste. No unauthorised sanitation facility will be allowed on the Site.

 

Making good and fire stopping of penetrations Lifting apparatus and hoists The Contractor will be required to install all temporary and permanent lifting hooks

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and beams shown on the Drawings and the Specification required for installation and/or maintenance purposes. The Contractor will be responsible for the testing and labelling of all apparatus. The Contractor will be required to make available any lifting or hoist apparatus on Site as required by the Interfacing Contractor at agreed times and duration for their use. The Contractor shall be responsible for the maintenance testing and operational management of hoists. The Contractor shall make available his cranes for lifting equipment or materials for Interfacing Contractors. 

Health and Welfare Facilities The Contractor shall provide use to Interfacing Contractors of his health, welfare and mess facilities, and temporary background lighting. He shall liaise with the Interfacing Contractors to determine their planned and actual manning levels and ensure that sufficient facilities are provided prior to them commencing work on Site. The facilities shall be maintained on Site until the Interfacing Contractors have completed their Works and demobilised or such earlier time as the Employer may direct. The Contractor is deemed to have ascertained for himself the full scope of his responsibilities and obligations under the Contract in terms of attendance on and coordination with Interfacing Contractors and shall not be entitled to any additional payment, Cost or extension of time for completion should he have failed to do so. The Contractor shall make due allowance for providing Attendance, including power and other utilities supplies, throughout all phases of the Interfacing Contractors work including testing and commissioning and where supplies to various Interfacing Contractors need special consideration during testing and performance trials under peak load conditions.

7. INTERFACE 7.1 Co-Ordination of Contractor’s Scope of Work In accordance with the requirements of the Conditions of Contract and other specified requirements, the Contractor shall co-ordinate his own work with that of all Interfacing Contractors and ensure that the construction, installation and testing requirements of the Interfacing Contractors are incorporated into the Contractor‘s coordinated plans, programmes and Works. The Contractor shall proactively seek out interface issues and solutions. 7.2 Interfacing Contractors 7.2.1 The Interfacing Contractors will require interface and co-ordination for information, programming, drawings acceptance, handover, etc. as shown on the Interface Coordination points enclosed in this Appendix. The Contractor’s responsibilities in this respect are in no means restricted by the details listed in such sheets and no warranty is given by the Employer that all interfaces and Interfacing Contractors have been included in such. The Contractor is to confirm and verify all of the details included in the Interface Coordination points, and his review should ensure that all interfaces have been included. The Contractor shall take overall responsibility for the Interface Coordination points, which must be submitted to the Employer for a notice of no objection.

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7.2.2 The Master Interface Matrix, MIM, enclosed in appendix, assigns the Interfacing Contractors which have been designated as the lead party(s) for each contract. The MIM has been developed by the Employer, which he may update and/or expand at any time to include additional Interfacing Contractors. The leading Interfacing Contractor shall be responsible for administrating, monitoring, managing, supervising and resolving all interface issues between all Interfacing Contractors. 7.3 Interfacing Contractors - Communications and Information Exchange 7.3.1

General

The Contractor shall communicate, co-ordinate and exchange information directly with the Interfacing Contractors and the Contractor shall keep the Employer advised at all times. Information necessary to fulfil the Contractor‘s interface obligations shall be directly requested and obtained from the Interfacing Parties, and receipt acknowledged. Conversely, the Contractor shall provide directly to the Interfacing Contractors information within the Contractor‘s scope that is required by them. All requests for information, acknowledgement of receipt of information, and any official communication between the Contractor and the Interfacing Contractors shall be made in writing, with a copy to the Employer for his information. The Employer shall be invited to attend all interface meetings between the Contractor and the Interfacing Contractors. The Contractor‘s programme shall allow time for the availability of necessary interface information from the Interfacing Contractors and in this regard the Contractor shall, where required, proceed on a late start basis to allow adequate time for others to provide required information and thereby achieve design process compatibility. Definitive dates for transfer of information and particular interface actions shall be confirmed between the Contractor and the Interfacing Contractors. Where an interfacing contract has yet to be awarded, the Contractor shall proceed with the coordination activities as instructed by the Employer until such time when the Interfacing Contractor is available. 7.3.2

Documentation Review

The Contractor shall, as a minimum:  Review those portions of the Specification and Drawings relevant to the interface and transmit such information to the Interfacing Contractors;  Co-ordinate and co-operate with Interfacing Contractors on all Site related matters including, but not limited to, Site access and occupation, attendance, safety, verification of work compatibility, survey control, etc.  Review the interface information received and agree in writing with the Interfacing Contractors that the interface information is adequate for that stage of that activity. 7.3.3

Interface design change process

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The Contractor shall establish an interface design change process to ensure that:  All proposed changes for a specific interface are reported, recorded and resolved  Proposed changes are fully evaluated.  Internal/External communications and distribution paths are properly defined 7.3.4

Construction Phase

During construction the Contractor shall, when a construction item is ready for field inspection, advise the Interfacing Contractor in advance to verify compatibility with the Interfacing Contractor’s needs. The Contractor shall: 

     

7.3.5

Advise the Interfacing Contractors in writing when the as-constructed interface related work can be inspected, and provide the necessary Site access and occupation; Request in writing and obtain from the Interfacing Contractors, interface information required for that stage of the Contract; Agree in writing with the Interfacing Contractors on the adoption of any applicable comments on the constructed work; Agree that any testing and commissioning for works can be carried out in accordance with the Interface Management Plan; Conduct on-Site inspections of the work elements, and give comments in writing to the Interfacing Contractors; Agree in writing with the Interfacing Contractors that the as-constructed work meets the interface requirements. Where the execution of work by Interfacing Contractors depends upon the Contractor’s site management or upon information to be given by the Contractor, the Contractor shall provide the Interfacing Contractors with the required services or the correct and accurate information required to enable the Interfacing Contractors to meet their programme for the construction or installation of their works. Interface Commissioning

The Contractor shall co-ordinate all of his testing and commissioning activities with the Interfacing Contractors. Interface commissioning shall demonstrate that the delivered interface, part A of the interface, is ready and meets the interface requirements of the interface part B, and vice versa. Successful completion of all interface commissioning shall prove its readiness for commissioning of the overall contract scope and completion of the overall transit system, prior to handover to the Employer for their commercial operation. 7.4 Resolution of Co-Ordination Difficulties When the Contractor identifies interface co-ordination difficulties, the Contractor shall review the pertinent points of each Interfacing Contractor to determine possible compatible solutions in terms of sequence, timing and technical details.

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The contractor shall then meet with the relevant Interfacing Contractor(s) to determine solutions, which are mutually acceptable to each Interfacing Contractor and advise the Employer. Where an acceptable solution has not been identified, the Contractor shall advise the Employer in writing of the problems encountered. If, in the opinion of the Employer, an interface is not proceeding satisfactorily, then the Employer will review the matter, and establish a co-ordinated plan directing the Contractor and the Interfacing Contractor(s) on the required action. In the event that no agreement can be made between the Contractor and the Interfacing Contractor(s), the Employer shall determine the requirements to the best of his knowledge, and his determination shall be final and binding on the Contractor and the Interfacing Contractor(s). 8. INTERFACE PERFORMANCE The Contractor‘s performance in relation to his compliance with the interface requirements under the Contract shall be assessed by the Employer, three months after the Commencement Date and thereafter at three monthly intervals. The assessment will be in the form of an audit of the Contractor‘s interface management system. This audit will assess the Contractor‘s compliance with the responsibilities delineated in this Appendix and elsewhere as related to interface management and the preparation of the Interface Management Plan and Programme and other documentation and procedures associated with Interface Management and Coordination. The Contractor will be notified of non-conformances from the audit, which will require rectification. Where, in the opinion of the Employer, the Contractor has failed to rectify a non-conformance within a reasonable period from the date of notification, this may lead to non-payment of any lump sums, until such time as the non-conformance has been rectified to the satisfaction of the Employer. The Contract allows for continuous audits of the Contractor‘s compliance with his Interface Management Plan and the requirements of this Appendix, and any extreme or continuing failures shall result in a negative audit report, which may lead to non-payment. The decision of the Employer in this regard shall be final. 9. INTERFACE SPECIFICATION. The Interface Specification, proforma enclosed next, and associated drawings shall specify the proposed method and schedule for verifying the interface integrity, the individual equipment/system performance and the combined system performance. The Interface Specification shall include a programme of tests to demonstrate the performance and integrity of the integrated system. The interface points developed by the Employer are enclosed in this appendix. The attached interface points are not final and do not relieve the Contractor’s obligation to identify any new interface to meet contract requirements. The interface points, which the Contractor shall develop, shall be used as a basis to establish the Interface Specification. Any revision to the Interface Specification shall be mutually agreed between the Contractor and Interfacing Contractors, with submission to the Employer, and shall specifically -

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 Determine the detailed interface works to be performed during the various stages and  Agree on the interface works in reference to respective scope, with any agreements reached to be formally documented in Interface Meeting Minutes, including an actions item list.

INTERFACE SPECIFICATION Contract Designation

Contractors Sequence Number

Ref: XXX-00001-A-01

Date of Issue

Initiating Contractor

Interface Manager

Responding Contractor

Interface Manager

Interface Specification Required for;

Response Required by;

15/04/2017

Signature Signature

Reviewed by; Design Sections

Civil Work

Track work

Station Arch. / Building Services

Core Systems

Description of the Interface Specific Details of the Interface

Location

Drawings / Specifications Attached Title

Document

Drawing / Specification Ref.

Name

Date

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Prepared by: Typical Interface Specification Form

Interface Communication and Coordination Model

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Flow Chart for Progress Monitoring of Interface Agreements 10. INTERFACE ISSUES BETWEEN THE CONTRACTOR AND CMRL/ OTHER CONTRACTORS 10.1 1.

General The Contractor shall coordinate for keeping provisions and construction for the requirements of the works to be carried out by the other interfacing contractor.

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2.

The Contractor shall interface with the CMRL and as per requirement, provide opening in walls for passage of cables.

3.

The Contractor shall coordinate with the CMRL in order to ensure obligatory Static and Dynamic Clearances between OCS/Pantograph and structure as per standards IEC followed to the extent of the works executed by them.

10.2

Interface with Designated Contractors

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Scope

1

Location of mast

2

Bonding Cables, Negative return cable, Traction Bonding cables, Cross bonding cables across insulated rail joints.

Electrical (Traction) Contractor Responsibility Contractor shall make & provide the location of mast & provide the information to Track Contractor.

Shall supply, install and Terminate cables at appropriate intervals/ location by doing thermoweld to rails.

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Track Contractor Responsibility Track contractor shall provide and marks track centre all along the station and tunnels for installation of ROCS even without laying of tracks. Track contractor shall provide the necessary track geometry drawings with locations of rails expansion joints to Electrical Traction Contractor for designing the Rigid OCS installation in the tunnel and stations. Contractor shall verify the mast location in respect of mast implantation vis-àvis track centre. Contractor shall co-ordinate for location of thermo weld connecting to rails. In respect to location impedance bonds that may be required by the train control and signalling system, the contractor shall agree on the final location of impedance bonds, cross bonds or any other rail connections related to track current return.

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S N. 3

4

Scope

Electrical (Traction) Contractor Responsibility

Track Contractor Responsibility

Temporary return current continuity bonds at rail joints and on turnouts in depot.

Shall supply & install necessary lugs, cables in the holes drilled by Track Contractor to provide temporary return current continuity bonds.

During installation stage in depot area, Track Contractor shall drill holes in rails for installing temporary return current continuity bonds duly co-ordinating and interfacing with Electrical (Traction) Contractor, wherever required. For any specific requirements of passage of traction cable under the track bed, Electrical Traction Contractor shall clearly indicate the requirement to Tracks Contractor. Electrical

Cable Crossing.

Contractor shall accommodate cable crossing within the gaps provided by Track Contractor in track, in case of any specific additional requirement, Electrical Contractor shall indicate the requirement and shall provide necessary conduit to Track Contractor for providing the same under the track.

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Earthing through track plinths.

Supply and connect the 2 35mm bare copper cable to the BEC at required interval.

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10.2.2 Interface specification: Track work installation Contractor Vs Depot Installation Contractor SN.

Scope

Responsibility of Depot Contractor

Responsibility of Track Contractor

1

Depot Layout Drawing.

Shall supply depot layout drawing & its mathematisation to Track Contractor. Depot Contractor shall also supply detailed interface drawing of utility & depot construction. Depot Contractor shall modify the depot layout based on any discrepancy noticed by Track Contractor.

Shall install track based on depot layout drawing maintaining the clearance based on interface drawing supplied by Depot Contractor.

2

Installation of track Ballastless track: Prepare the Track Slab in Workshop, Inspection Bay, Stabling Lines,

Track on Column: Supply & installation of column

Washing Plant, and other areas of Track embedded in concrete & track on plinth in washing line depot. Prepare 1st pour concrete in the bed.

Install the track

Install track on column Install track including laying of 2nd pour concrete.

10.2.3 Interface specification: Track work installation Contractor Vs Civil Construction Contractors SN

Scope

A.

STATIONS

1

Installation of track in stations.

B 2.

Responsibility of Civil Contractor

Responsibility Contractor

of

Track

Shall supply the track base according to layout drawing, prepare the track base with shear connectors, grading and drainage, take care that all pipes and culvert crossing are laid. VIADUCT / AT GRADE

Shall install track based on layout drawing.

Construction of precast elements

Construction of concrete plinth using the provisions of vertical stirrups /connection (shear connector) between precast elements and concrete plinth.

Construction: Construction of precast elements for elevated structures (viaduct). Provision of vertical stirrups/ connection (shear connector).

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of

Track

3

Details of drainage.

track

Design and construction of drainage system of line corridor except the drains required within track. Furnish details of levels of drainage systems.

Design and construction of Drains required within track based on details of levels of drainage system provided by Civil Contractor

4.

Clearance of track construction envelope.

Clear and hand over the track construction envelope as per the track construction program.

Ensure availability of track construction envelope in interface with Civil Contractor

5

Storage facilities and utilization of access period for transportation of material to site.

Provide storage space and advise access period to Track to transport the track material at site.

Transportation of track material to site in interface with Civil Contractor in specified space and period so that the construction activities of designated contractor are not hampered after access period.

6

Temporary water supplies for construction of track.

Design and construct in interface with Track Contractor requirement

Furnish details of requirement and location

7

Details and levels

Shall furnish the required details

Shall take into account these values for track installation & determination of rail level / modification keeping in view the as constructed PF levels

C

UNDERGROUND

of Cant platform

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Track

8

Construction of 1st and 2nd pour concrete

Construction: Construction of 1st pour concrete in Bored/ Cut and Cover box/circular tunnels. Provision of vertical stirrups /connection (shear connector) between 1st pour and 2nd pour concrete.

Construction of 2nd pour concrete utilizing the provisions of vertical stirrups/connection (shear connector) between 1st pour and 2nd pour concrete.

9

Details of drainage.

track

Design and construction of drainage system of metro corridor except the drains required within track. Furnish details of levels of drainage systems.

Design and construction of Drains required within track based on details of levels of drainage system provided by Civil Contractor.

10.

Clearance of track construction envelope.

Clear and hand over the track construction envelope as per the track construction program.

Ensure availability of track construction envelope in interface with Civil Contractor.

11

Storage facilities and utilization of access period for transportation of material to site.

Provide storage space and advise access period to Track Contractor to transport the track material at site.

12

Temporary water supplies for construction of track.

Design and construct in interface with Track Contractor requirement and shall provide temporary water source at every station in tunnel

Transportation of track material to site in interface with Civil Contractor in specified space and period so that the construction activities of designated contractor are not hampered after access period. details of requirement Furnish and location

13

Details and levels

Shall furnish the required details

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Scope

Signalling Contractor

Track Contractor

1.

Electrical properties of track circuit assemblies.

Shall install Signalling requirement with the track contractor.

2

Final track alignment & Profile Plandetails of curves, gradients etc.

Shall furnish the electrical requirements for track circuits. Any T & P/consumable of required electrical parameters shall be supplied by S & T contractor. Shall incorporate the same in Train Control & Signalling design.

3

Turn out assemblies and their mounting & driving arrangements.

Shall also coordinate with track contractor for Design and Installation of second drive arrangement.

4

Insulated glued joints

Shall furnish the requirement & locations of all insulated glued joints to Track Contractor.

5

Scope of Supplies – turnouts assembly and their mounting arrangement

Signalling Contractor shall supply & install the point machines, leading (1st) stretcher bar & co-ordinate with Track Contractor for installation of double pull arrangement, wherever required. Locking arrangement if any will be provided by signalling contractor.

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Track Contractor shall provide the same for Line corridor giving the details of curves, gradients, location of fouling marks and also details of speed restrictions. Track shall supply & Install all Turnouts assemblies (Including the second drive), and provide for mounting arrangements for point machine including second drive assemblies. Shall supply & install all insulated glued joints at the designated locations as per requirements of Signalling Contractor. Track Contractor shall install all track assemblies & Track fasteners, Turnouts, all stretcher bars (except leading stretcher bar) and second pull arrangement (where ever required) except locking arrangement. The installation of second pull arrangement shall be coordinated and interfaced with Signalling Contractor to ensure full compatibility.

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SN

Scope

Signalling Contractor

Track Contractor

6

Testing of rail to rail, rail to sleeper and all insulated joints.

Shall arrange all testing after installation and coordinate with track contractor during installation and testing.

Shall arrange for testing of individual components before installation, preferably at the supply stage. The structure (including the rail surface) as installed shall be thoroughly cleaned to an acceptable standard as approved by the Engineer immediately after installation and as required thereafter to maintain the standard until the arrangement of service trials to provide adequate levels of electric insulation & rail surface quality for correct performance of train control and signalling equipment under prevailing climate and environment conditions.

7

Track Crossings of Cables.

Shall furnish all track-crossing requirements to Track Contractor and provide pipes and support / or drilling of holes in the plinths.

8

Installation Trackside equipment signal posts.

Shall furnish the final sizes of trackside equipment and coordinate with Track Contractor & to ensure compliance of schedule of dimensions (SG).

Shall supply & provide all necessary Cut Outs on ballastless track as per the requirements of Signalling Contractor. The details and specifications of such crossings shall be interfaced with Signalling Contractor. Shall co-ordinate with Signalling Contractor to ensure full compliance of schedule of dimensions.

9

of and

Track connections

Shall supply and install in coordination with Track Contractor for track circuit bonding cables & point machine connections with track.

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SN

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Track Contractor

10

Installation of points operation mechanism

Shall check the proper gauge, housing of point & operating of switches and all other items necessary from signalling point of view, Signalling Contractor shall make necessary adjustments to points operating mechanism as required by Track Contractor at the time of track parameters correction.

11

Testing of points and crossings

Jointly test with Track Contractor during installation and while commissioning of points machines & during integrated testing & commissioning.

Shall provide proper gauge, housing of points & opening of switches and carry out all other works including proper packing as required to make the point suitable for installation of point machine by Signalling Contractor. Jointly test the points with

12

Turn out assemblies Second pull drive

Signalling contractor shall supply& install the point machines, leading (Ist) stretcher bar & Co-ordinate with track contractor for design and installation of double pull arrangement (secondary Drive arrangement), wherever required locking arrangement if any will be provided by signalling.

13

Testing of turnout after installation.

Shall arrange all testing after installation and co-ordinate with track installation & testing.

Track contractor shall coordinate closely with signalling contractor during installation & testing. The insulation level for insulated rail joint shall be >50M

14

Testing Joint plan

Signalling contractor prepared the joint test plan with Track contractor if required by S & T department.

Track contractor also develop joint testing plan in consultation with S&T contractor.

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Signalling Contractor during installation and commissioning of points machines & during integrated testing & commissioning and rectify all defects pertaining to track, if any, identified during the testing & commissioning of points. The design & installation of second pull arrangement (secondary drive arrangement) shall be coordinate and interfaced with signalling contractor to ensure full.

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Scope

Rolling Stock Responsibility

Contractor Track Contractor Responsibility

1

Track parameters related with wheel profile i.e., check rail, wing rail clearances etc.

Shall provide details

2

Structure gauge

Shall provide envelope

3

Buffer stops

Shall provide details of Rolling Stock

4

Integrated testing & commissioning

Shall provide results of test runs including those pertaining to track conditions.

5

Simulation studies

Shall carry out simulation studies & provide results with respect to attainable speed along the alignment.

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Shall consider wheel profile details for working out related track parameter details

kinematic

Take into account for checking the infringement at construction stages Shall consider these details for supply and installation of buffer stops Shall associate during integrated testing & commissioning and carryout necessary rectification of track. The values of cant to be provided on every curve shall be fine tuned based on the attainable speeds. The Track Contractor shall provide the cant accordingly during construction stage.

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APPENDIX 7 SITE ACCOMMODATION FOR THE ENGINEER

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Appendix 7 SITE ACCOMMODATION FOR THE ENGINEER 1.

Contractor shall provide Site Accommodation (total area 200 sqm) for the Engineer’s Staff including rest rooms and parking area.

2.

Offices shall be accessible only from a corridor within the building. The corridor and reception area shall be provided with an external double door.

3.

Materials for the construction shall be new, robust and durable. The building shall be weatherproof, vermin-proof, well insulated thermally and acoustically. Internal walls shall be soundproofed. Electrical power/lighting shall be provided to each room, including airconditioning and heating to maintain the internal temperature within the range of 20 to 24 degrees Celcius at all times.

4.

Internal doors shall be flush, fitted with door closers, mortice locks with keys and lever handles.

5.

External doors shall be a pair of solid core doors, external quality, hung on heavy duty hinges, one leaf fitted with barrel bolts top and bottom and the other leaf fitted with a Yale or similar lock.

6.

Windows, of area not less than 10% of the floor area, shall be provided to all rooms, securely barred, fitted with blinds and having opening sections fitted with locks and mosquito screens.

7.

The building shall be provided with a continuous water supply and drainage to Kitchen, Washroom and Toilets. The Toilets shall be equipped with low level suites and be adequately ventilated through the ceiling.

8.

The Kitchen shall be fitted out with a 2 drain stainless steel double sink unit, worktop with cupboards under, tiling above the sink and worktop and wall mounted cupboards.

9.

Fire and Safety regulations shall be complied with and firefighting equipment shall be provided in accordance with the recommendations of Chennai Fire Brigade.

10.

The Contractor shall provide, erect and maintain appropriate name boards as specified, for each of the offices. The wording shall be agreed with the Engineer.

11.

The Contractor shall provide the following new furniture and equipment for the exclusive use of the Engineer’s Staff:

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Item

Nos.

1.

Sofa set (3+2)

1

2.

Desk 1 - 1500mm × 900mm with side drawers.

2

3.

Desk 2 - 1200mm × 900mm with side drawers.

3

4.

Swivel Office Chair with arm rests.

2

5.

Swivel Office Chair without arm rests.

3

6.

Visitor’s Chair.

10

7.

3-shelf Bookcase.

2

8.

4-Drawer Lockable Filing Cabinet.

5

9.

6 Drawer Plan Chest A1 size.

3

10.

Lockable Cupboard 2m high, with shelves.

5

11.

1500mm × 900mm Table.

2

12.

Photocopier A4/A3 capable of reduction cum Printer and Scanner

1

13.

Telephone/ intercom networked to all offices

1 set

14.

Waste paper baskets.

5

15.

Refrigerator

1

16.

Potable Water-cooler/dispenser,

1

17.

Cups, glasses, plates, cutlery for 12 persons

1 Set

18.

Electric kettle, coffee and tea pots.

1

19.

Office consumables for the duration of site activities

As reqd.

20.

Internet connection (through LAN and wireless) to Computers

5 Nos.

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APPENDIX 8 LIST OF APPROVED VENDORS

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APPENDIX 8 APPROVED MANUFACTURERS/ SUPPLIERS All materials and products shall conform to the relevant standard specification, BIS codes and other relevant codes etc. shall be of make and quality as approved by engineer. The list of approved makes for products and materials is given below. Better or other equivalent manufactures may also be considered with prior approval of the engineer, if found conforming to all standards in case of non-availability/ irregular supply etc. affecting the progress of work. Such requests should be made with all documents concerned to the Engineer at least 45 days before the material is required and any order shall be placed only after receiving the written approval of the Engineer.

S. No.

Details of Materials/ Products

Manufacturer’s Name

1

Cement

ACC, Ultratech, Gujarat Ambuja Grasim, JK Lakshmi, RAMCO Cement (Madras Cement Ltd), Zuari Cement

2

Reinforcement Bars

Primary sources i.e. SAIL Plants, Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd. (Vizag Steel Plant, Andhra Pradesh), Tata steel (Jharkhand), Ispat industries (Maharashtra), JSW Steel (Karnataka), JSP

3

Epoxy

FOSROC, SIKA QUALCRETE, BASF,STP,CICO, MC-Bauchemie

4

Expansion Joints

Prequalified manufactures as per RDSO’s latest approved list

5

Admixtures

FOSROC, MBT, MC-Bauchemie, Sika, APEX, Pidilite, Polygon, SWC, STP, MYK Schomburg, BASF, MAPEI, Durabuild, Conproof, CAC, TAM, Ado-additives, STP, CICO.

6

Pile Integrity Testing Agency

CBRI, FUGRO-KND, Pile Dynamic, AIMIL, Geo dynamic, CEG Test House

7

Anchor Fastener

HILTI, FISHER, Canon, Pooja Forge, AXEL Industries, Panchsheel, Pioneer Nuts and Bolts (TUFF Brand), BOUN Group

8

Structural Steel

TATA, SAIL, Jindal Steel& Power Ltd., JSW

9

Stainless Steel

Jindal, Salem;

10

Pre-stressing Strand

TATA, SSL Ltd., USHA Martin

(Low Relaxation) 11

Welding Electrodes

ESAB, Advani-Orlikon Weld Alloy, Modi, Arc Weld

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Manufacturer’s Name Excel India, GEE, Honavar, K.M. Crown Welding Consumables, Supercon Schweisstechnik, Dwekam Electrodes, L&T Eutectic, Victor

12

Pot/ Elastomeric Bearings

Prequalified Manufacturers as per RDSO’s latest list Approved list or as approved by GC/ENGINEER

13

Horizontal Tie Bars/ Shear Bars

BB Bars System, BBV Systems or equivalent

14

HDPE Sheathing

Rex Polyextrusion, Gwalior polypipes Ltd, Kataria Sheathing, M/s Tirupati, M/s Dynamic prestress

15

Formwork Release Agent

FOSROC MBT, MC-Bauchemie, Ado Conmat, CICO, SWC, BASF, Ado-additives, STP.

16

Prestressing system

Freyssinet, BBR, VSL, Dynamic, Killick Nixon, Tensacciai (India Ltd.), JK Prestressing, Usha Martin, Posten, VSIL.

17

Reinforcement Couplers

Dextra, Moment, JB;

18

Hollow Sections, pipes

Surya pipes, Hi-Tech Pipes, JSW, JSPL, Bihar, Ravindra Tubes, Tata;

19

Drainage Pipes

Tirupati Plastomatics, Duraline, REX, STIPL

20

Acrylic Textured Coatings

Spectrum, Renova, Wallz, Surfa Nova, Jotun, Asian paints.

21

Non-shrink Grout

Fosroc Chemical (India), SIKA BASF, ELCHEM, MBT, Sika, SWC, Don, Choksey, Cleantech IR, Adoadditives, TAM, STP, CICO.

22

Bonding Coat

CICO, FOSROC, Sunanda specialty coating Pvt. Ltd., BASF, SWC, TAM, Dr.Fixit

23

Polysuphide Sealant

CICO, Pidilite, BASF, FOSROC, SWS, STP, SIKA, Fairmate

24

Steel Structural Fasteners

Pooja Forge, Sundram Fasteners, Unbrako, Nelson, Panchsheel

25

Paints

Berger, Johnson Nicholson, Nerolac, Asian

26

Micro Silica

Sika, Elkem, FOSROC, MAPEI, Corniche, Star Silica, TAM, CALIPAR, CICO

27

Fire Resistant Paints

Akzo Noble, PPG or equivalent

28

External Acrylic Emulsion

Berger, Apex, Asian, Nerolac, Jenson & Nicklson

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Manufacturer’s Name

29

Integral Crystalline Waterproofing Method

Kryton Buildmat Co. (Pvt) Ltd., Penetron, Vandex International Ltd., BASF, Chryso, XYPEX

30

Water stopper/ Bar

Kanta Rubber, Greenstreak, Maruti, Duron

31

Liquid polymer waterproofing

32

Curing Compound

Clean tech concure, SINAK, FOSROC, Adoadditives, TAM, STP, SWC, CICO

33

Polycarbonate Sheets

M/s Gallina Acroplus, Coxwell, Poly U, Fabic, SABIC, DANPALON

34

Fly Ash

Thermal Plants, Ashcrete, Ultra pozz, star pozz (flyash shall be as per our specifications)

membrane

INTEGRITANK, BASF, MAPEI, PIDILITE, DAVCO, CICO

Regarding Approved Manufacturer of Track Equipment, the same needs to be approved by RDSO with proven track record in Other Metro Systems in India/ Abroad.

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CONTRACT ATW-07 PHASE 1 EXTENSION – WASHERMANPET TO WIMCO NAGAR INSTALLATION, TESTING AND COMMISSIONING OF BALLASTLESS TRACK OF STANDARD GAUGE IN ELEVATED, UNDERGROUND SECTIONS AND WIMCO NAGAR DEPOT ALONG WITH SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF BUFFER STOPS FOR CHENNAI METRO PHASE-1 EXTENSION PROJECT

PART 2 SECTION VI VOLUME 2 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS May 2018 CHENNAI METRO RAIL LIMITED AMDIN BUILDING, CMRL DEPOT, POONAMALLEE HIGH ROAD, KOYAMBEDU, CHENNAI – 600107, INDIA 207 of 795.

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CONTRACT ATW-07 PHASE 1 EXTENSION – WASHERMANPET TO WIMCO NAGAR

INSTALLATION, TESTING AND COMMISSIONING OF BALLASTLESS TRACK OF STANDARD GAUGE IN ELEVATED, UNDERGROUND SECTIONS AND WIMCO NAGAR DEPOT ALONG WITH SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF BUFFER STOPS FOR CHENNAI METRO PHASE-1 EXTENSION PROJECT

General Specifications

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CHAPTER 1 1.

GENERAL 1.1. Application of the General Specification (GS) 1.1.1. The provisions contained in the Particular Specification (PS) and the Employer‟s Drawings shall prevail over the provisions contained in this GS. 1.1.2. The provisions contained in the GS shall prevail over the provisions contained in International Standards, European Standards, British Standards, Indian Standards, British Standard Codes of Practice and similar standard documents stated in the Contract. 1.1.3. This GS shall be read in conjunction with the other documents constituting the Contract. 1.2. Requirement of Track structure and approval of systems 1.2.1. As per issued Drawings. 1.3.

Abbreviations Common abbreviations used in the GS and in the PS shall have the following meanings: BCC

: Backup Control Centre

BS

: British Standard

CADD

: Computer Aided Design and Drafting

CAR

: Corrective Action Request

CNP

: Construction Noise Permits

COTS

: Commercial Off the Shelf

CPM

: Critical Path Method

CV

: Curriculum Vitae

DLP

: Defects Liability Period

DMRC

: Delhi Metro Rail Corporation

E&M

: Electrical & Mechanical

EMC

: Electromagnetic Compatibility

EMIP

: Environmental Mitigation Implementation Plan

EMP

: Environmental Management Plan

EMSD

: Electrical and Mechanical Services Department

EMU

: Electric Multiple Unit

EN EPD

: Euro-Norm (European Standards) : Environmental Protection Department

ETI

: Employer's Training Instructors

FAT

: Factory Acceptance Test(s)

GCC

: General Conditions of Contract

GS

: General Specification (this document)

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HV

: High Voltage

IEC

: International Electro-technical Commission

IP

: Ingress Protection

IS

: Indian Standards

ISO

: International Standards Organisation

ITT

: Instructions To Tenderers

LV

: Low Voltage

MC

: Metro Corridor

MMI

: Man-Machine Interface

MTR

: Mass Transit Railway

NSR

: Noise Sensitive Receivers

OCC

: Operations Control Centre

OCS

: Overhead Contact System (Rigid Conductor)

OSR

: Operational Safety Report

OSR(S)

: Operational Safety Report (Software)

OHE

: OverHead Equipment (Flexible Catenary)

P3

: Primavera Project Planner

PLC

: Programable Logic Controller

PPE

: Personal Protective Equipment

PS

: Particular Specification

PVC

: Polyvinyl Chloride

QA

: Quality Assurance

RC

: Rail Corridor

SAR

: Special Administrative Region

SAT

: Systems Acceptance Test(s)

SCC

: Special Conditions of Contract

SIL

: Safety Integrity Level

SQAP

: Software Quality Assurance Plan

SRR

: Submission Review Request

T/C

: Time Chainage

TRIP

: Track Related Installation Programme

CMRL

: Chennai Metro Rail Limited (client)

Further abbreviations may be defined within the body of the General Specification (GS) or Particular Specification (PS) where there is only local applicability. Where such abbreviations exist the Contractor shall exercise great

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care that the abbreviation is not used out of context when communicating with the Employer, the Engineer or any Third Party. 1.3.2. Abbreviations of units of measurement used in the GS shall have the meanings as defined under the SI system of units. 1.4. Definitions Words and phrases defined in the GCC or SCC shall retain the same meaning within the GS and PS unless specifically redefined within this GS or under the provisions of clause 1.1.1 above for the purpose of a particular clause or group of clauses. (1)

“Access Dates” are dates that are to be achieved by other than the Contractor and which are considered to be planned for the successful completion of the Contract as per the original planned schedule. However the contractor will be required to interface with civil work contractors and if need be, plan the resources for successful achievement of key dates. A list of the activities completion, of which are considered to give rise to an Access Date are included in the PS.

(2)

“Commissioning” means the process of setting to work the complete transportation system through a series of integrated tests that demonstrate the installation and performance in accordance with the specified criteria.

(3)

“Defined Area” means an area within which Works Trains will be operated and the Employer‟s defined area working safety rules are applicable.

(4)

“Installation Tests” means the tests to be performed to verify the conformity of completion of an installation/assembly to the design documents previously reviewed without objection by the Engineer prior to the start of Commissioning. Installation Tests do not form part of the Tests on Completion to be performed by the Contractor in order to achieve Employer‟s Taking Over of the Works or any Section however they must be successfully completed before the Tests on Completion commence.

(5)

“Service Trial” means the phase after completion of the System Acceptance Tests where the training and operating procedures are validated through the running of the trains to the published timetable. Service Trial form part of the Tests on Completion to be performed under the Contract in order to achieve Employer‟s Taking Over of the Works or any Section.

(6)

“Quality Control Point” means a point in time when a notice or other document is to be submitted to the Engineer in accordance with the Contract before the Contractor can commence, proceed with or terminate an activity.

(7)

“Quality Hold Point” means a point in time when a notice of no objection by the Engineer is required. Specification (the)” means the aggregate sum of the documents and any amendments thereto, issued to Tenderers by Employer as part of the Tender process before the final date for submission of Tenders. This shall include but not be limited to; Design Criteria, Employer‟s Requirements, Employer‟s Tender Drawings, Preliminary Operating Plan and Clarification of Tender Documents issued in accordance with the ITT but shall not include the ITT itself nor any minutes of meetings.

(8)

(9)

“Specification (this)” means the particular document within which the reference is made.

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(10)

“Integrated Testing and Commissioning” means those tests that demonstrate the integration of the complete transport system meeting the requirements of the Specification in an operating environment. Integrated Testing and Commissioning form part of the Tests on Completion to be performed by the Contractor in order to achieve Employer‟s Taking Over of the Works or any Section.

(11)

“Validation” means the process of confirmation by examination and provision of objective evidence that the application produced achieves the specified particular requirements.

(12)

“Verification” means the process of confirmation by examination and provision of objective evidence that the specified requirements have been incorporated within design.

1.5. Glossary of Terms 1.5.1. Words and expressions to which meanings are assigned in any paragraph of the GS shall have the same meanings in other paragraphs of the GS except when the context otherwise requires. 1.5.2. Utilities are electricity, lighting, traffic control, telephone and other communication cables, gas, water, sewage and drainage pipes and ducts, including all associated protection, supports, ancillary structures, fittings and equipment. 1.6. Submission for Review 1.6.1. Reference in the GS and PS to any submission made by the Contractor to the Engineer having been reviewed without objection by the Engineer shall mean the issue of a notice of no objection by the Engineer issued in response to a submission made by the Contractor. Documents, drawings, specifications, calculations, technical papers, material samples, methods of construction and any other matters which have been reviewed without objection by the Engineer shall not be changed without further submission for review to the Engineer of the proposed changes. 1.6.2. Clause 4.2 below prescribes the process to be adopted for submissions of documents, material samples and any other items to the Engineer. Schedules of items that are to be submitted to the Engineer for review are contained within this GS and/or the PS. 1.6.3. Submissions for review shall be made in accordance with the dates (relative to the Works Programme) stated in the GS and/or the PS, or in accordance with Appendix 4 of this Specification. For those items which are not given specific submission date in the Specification submissions shall be strictly in accordance with the agreed Submissions Programme or as directed by the Engineer. 1.7. Standards, Codes of Practice 1.7.1. Unless otherwise stated in the Contract, reference in the GS to International Standards, European Standards, British Standards, British Standard Codes of Practice and similar standards shall be to that edition of the document stated in the PS, including all latest amendments issued by the relevant authority. In the event that no specific edition reference is given, the current edition as at the date of opening of tender shall apply. 1.7.2. Later editions of International Standards, European Standards, other national or international Standards or Codes of Practice and other similar standards, or standards which are considered to be equivalent, shall not apply unless reviewed without objection by the Engineer. The Engineer shall give or withhold his notice of no objection after the Contractor has provided him with a copy of the relevant standard for information. If a notice of no objection is given, the Contractor shall provide 212 two copies of 795. of the document for use by the Engineer.

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Permanent Works, Temporary Works, Contractor‟s Equipment, Hardware, Firmware, software, apparatus of all kinds, and, where appropriate, materials and workmanship shall be in accordance with the Standards quoted in the Specification and the requirements identified in the PS or, where no Standard is identified, the Contractor shall make a proposal which shall be subjected to review by the Engineer.

1.8. Employer’s Drawings 1.8.1. The Employer‟s Drawings assist in general describing the scope of the Works and clarify constraints, interface arrangements and to define the nature of the finished structures/system outline. 1.8.2. The Contractor shall carefully check all Employer‟s Drawings and advise the Engineer only discrepancies, omissions, errors or ambiguities if any be found. 1.8.3. The Contractor shall note that any drawings included but marked “For information only” do not form part of the Contract. 1.8.4. Dimensions shall not be obtained by scaling from the Employer‟s Drawings. Dimensions that are not shown or are not calculable from dimensions shown on Employer‟s Drawings shall be obtained from the Engineer. 1.8.5. The General Arrangement Drawings, Alignment drawings, Layout plans are for information and final alignment / layout plans may be obtained, interfacing with the relevant contractors. 1.9. Specifications in Metric and Imperial Units 1.9.1. Specifications in imperial units shall not be substituted for specifications in metric units stated in the Contract without the prior consent of the Engineer. 1.9.2. Conversion of metric units to imperial units and of imperial units to metric units shall be in accordance with the Standard International Practice. 1.10. System Safety 1.10.1. Safety philosophy --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Safety of passengers, staff and the general public is paramount for railway operation. Prime consideration shall be given to all issues that can have an effect on safety. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . During the construction phase the safety of all staff involved in the Works and all members of the general public affected by the Works shall be the prime feature of all working methods, including storage and transport to site as well as all temporary works not incorporated into the final construction. 1.10.2. Safety Management --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall implement the Contract Systems Safety Management Requirements, as referenced in the Project Safety Manual and elsewhere in the tender document, in consultation with the Engineer. Risk Assessment and risk mitigation should be the part of all method statement and work procedures. 1.10.3. Prescriptive Safety Criteria --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall identify and list all applicable statutory and regulatory requirements and codes of practice relevant to the installation of the works undertaken and to work within the constraints and limitations imposed by the requirements and codes. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The safety of the Contractor‟s supplied systems and equipment shall be developed by the Contractor in accordance with the requirements contained in clause 3.4.4 below and the PS. 1.11.

Suitability for Purpose ChennaiMetro Rail Ltd., (CMRL) shall be operating high-density passenger trains with high volume of traffic in the proposed corridors commensurate with the stage opening of the sections. 1.11.1. Interference and Compatibility

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The Contractor shall ensure that all Works and Contractor‟s Equipment operate in a satisfactory manner without causing interference to other equipment and services including parties external to the Employer. The Contractor shall also ensure that the Permanent Works are physically and technically compatible with associated plant and in particular with that of other Contractors. 1.12. Climatic Condition / Operating Environment 1.12.1. General --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The following information on climatic conditions in Chennai shall be taken into account by the Contractor. The Contractor shall ensure that due allowance is made for more severe local conditions when Permanent Works are required to operate, for example, with restricted ventilation that may lead to higher local ambient temperatures, and any other factors that may affect the operating environment in any way. (1)

Unless specific figures are provided elsewhere, the Permanent Works will generally be required to function at its rated value with the values of ambient temperature and relative humidity appropriate to the location. Certain parts of the Permanent Works may need to be rated for more or less onerous conditions as required by the PS.

(2)

Clause 1.12.2 below gives the different classifications of environment to be encountered. For any type of item, examples of which are installed in more than one environmental class, all examples of the type shall be suitable for installation in the most severe environmental class conditions encountered by any example of the type.

(3)

The Contractor‟s attention is drawn to the more severe environmental conditions that may exist during the construction period and shall take adequate measures to protect the Permanent Works against any deleterious effects of such conditions during the time between installation and final completion of the Project.

1.12.2. Details of Environment Daily maximum and minimum temperature during winter, summer and rainy season (ever recorded): Max

Min

o

Winter (November to February)

36 C

13oC

Summer (March to June)

45oC

16oC

Rainy (July to October)

41oC

16oC

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78%

72%

70%

57%

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1.13. Survey and Site Investigations 1.13.1. For reference to surveys external to the Contract, the Contractor shall refer all Levels w. r. t. Mean Sea Level (MSL) Datum, which is generally used throughout Chennai. 1.13.2. The datum used for the Contract shall be Mean Sea Level Datum. 1.13.3. The Contractor shall carry out all further site investigations necessary for the Permanent Works and to enable the determination of the methods of construction and the nature, extent and design of Temporary Works.

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CHAPTER 2 2.

PLANNING, PROGRAMME AND PROGRESS MONITORING 2.1. Planning 2.1.1. The Contractor shall develop in detail, a logical method of executing the Works taking into account their complex nature and different phases and shall provide programmes which reflect the detailed planning undertaken. 2.1.2. The programmes, shall start with the Commencement Date of the Works as day one. The programme are to be realistic, achievable as per key date given in PS and shall be accompanied by the detailed supporting Plans referred to in Chapter 3 below. 2.2. Programming General Requirements 2.2.1. Programme activities shall be discrete items of work, which when combined produce definable elements, components, Stages and Sections of the Works and clearly identify the completion obligations of the Contractor 2.2.2. Key Dates shall be an integral part of all programmes and all activities, and sequencing and interrelationships required to achieve each completion obligation shall be shown. 2.2.3. The critical path shall be clearly identified in the programme and fully described in the accompanying programme narrative. 2.2.4. Activity descriptions shall clearly convey the nature and scope of the Works. Programmes shall take into account the activities of precursor, concurrent, adjacent and follow on Project Contractors as well as utility service diversions, new utilities and connections and any other activity that may affect the progress of the Works. 2.2.5. The Contractor shall also incorporate the Engineer's requirements for additional activities, to further explain or subdivide complex or long duration tasks, without affecting completion dates. 2.3.

Progress Monitoring The Contractor shall monitor its and its subcontractors' performance and against programmes to ensure its compliance with its obligations under the Contract. Monitoring of the Works shall include direct, daily monitoring of the progress of the Works and the preparation of written and computerised reports to be submitted to the Engineer. The reports shall include all necessary supporting data to apprise the Engineer of the status of the completion of the Works as described in clause 2.10 below.

2.4.

Works Programme The Works Programme to be submitted under the Contract shall be developed from the Outline Works Programme submitted and developed during the Tender period. 2.4.1. Submission Dates --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Within 7 days of the Commencement Date of the Works, the Contractor shall submit for review by the Engineer, his proposed initial version of the Works Programme which shall provide full programme details for the complete period of the Contract. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Within 21 days of the Commencement Date of the Works, the Contractor shall submit for review by the Engineer the proposed full version of the Works Programme. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Should the Contractor fail to submit the initial and full versions of the Works Programme within the time scales nominated above the Employer may nominate the Outline Works Programme as the first issue of the Works Programme required under the Contract.

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In the event that the Employer nominate the Outline Works Programme as the first issue of the Works Programme under the Contract the Engineer may include any amendment that he sees fit to change external constraining dates, duration of activities by parties other than the Contractor and subdivide the Contractors own activities to provide additional detail and links to other activities but without altering the duration or sequencing of the activities shown on the Outline Works Programme. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Any initial or final Works Programme resulting from a nomination by the Employer of the Outline Works Programme as amended shall be taken by the Contractor as his own work and any responsibility for further maintenance of the Works Programme as nominated shall remain with the Contractor. 2.4.2. Content --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Works Programme shall demonstrate by reference to its Sub Programmes, Supplementary Programmes and associated Management Plans, the sequence and duration of activities and any restraints thereto, that the Contractor shall adopt to achieve Key Dates and to fulfil all Contract obligations. The Works Programme shall become the Engineer's basis of administration of the time-related aspects of the Contract. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall provide the Engineer with substantiation for each constraint whether target start, target finish or mandatory constraint entered by the Contractor into the Works Programme. The number of constraints shall be kept to an absolute minimum in order that the CPM networks developed can be freely analyzed. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Works Programme shall include activities for all the phases and stages of the Works, clearly showing ail logical interdependencies and stages in the development of the Contractor's procurement, installation, commissioning and setting to work. As a minimum, it shall include (1)

all work comprising the Permanent Works;

(2)

preparation and submission for review of mock-ups and prototypes;

(3)

procurement of all major materials and items of Contractor's Equipment for the Works, including the dates orders are to be placed, manufacture period and the expected delivery date to the Site for each item;

(4)

any software development requirements and Validation time frames;

(5)

all manufacture or prefabrication of materials or components;

(6)

all installation of major Temporary Works;

(7)

all activities associated with the securing of necessary permits and other statutory approvals for the Works;

(8)

access and availability dates for all Project Contractors;

(9)

all interfaces related to the Project that may affect the progress of the Works;

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testing and commissioning activities which demonstrate an understanding of the interfaces and requirements of Chapter 8 below; and

(11)

Training.

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The Works Programme shall be divided into Sub-Programmes of manageable sizes addressing in more specific detail, the content of the Management Plans as stated in Chapter 3 below. The Sub-Programmes shall be as follows: (1)

Procurement and manufacturing programme;

(2)

Installation Programme;

(3)

Testing and Commissioning Programme; and

(4)

Training.

All programmes constituting the Works Programme shall be organised in a logical work breakdown structure including work stages or phases. Each activity shall be coded to indicate, as a minimum, the work group or entity responsible for the activity, the area, facility or location in which the activity is included, from information provided in the Pricing Document. Key Dates shall be coded so as to be separately identifiable. The Contractor may be required to assign additional activity codes as required by the Engineer.

2.5. Procurement and Manufacturing Programme 2.5.1. Within 15 days of the Commencement Date of the Works, the Contractor shall submit for review by the Engineer Procurement and Manufacturing Programme that shall be an integrated part of the overall Works Programme. 2.5.2. The Procurement and Manufacturing Programme shall show the interdependencies between engineering disciplines as well as between the Contractor and its sub-contractors and suppliers. 2.5.3. The Contractor shall submit a weighted bar chart of the Contractor's procurement and manufacturing activities. Each activity weight shall normally not be more than 5% of the total man-hour content or value of the respective work. 2.5.4. The Procurement and Manufacturing Programme shall include a separate breakdown, supported by the Material Control Schedule, which shall be a complete amplification of the Contractor's programme and equipment list, including those items which are subject to long lead time or component parts which are manufactured from countries outside the country of assembly and testing. 2.5.5. The Material Control Schedule shall give details of the following information for each permanent major and minor material and significant component. The format of such a schedule shall include: (1)

name, description, supplier/sub-supplier details;

(2)

drawing information (where appropriate), title, drawing status, submission dates, shop drawings/ fabrication drawing preparation, etc.;

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(3)

manufacturing test pieces, trial production, Engineer's inspection, monthly production of components and monthly supply of components;

(4)

transport to dock, shipment;

2.5.6.

The Contractor shall continuously maintain this schedule and report upon the status of each item as part of the Contractor's regular progress reporting. 2.5.7. 2.5.7 From this base data, the Contractor shall prepare an exception report detailing all components that are in delay. This report shall be annotated with the reason for the delay and indicate what action the Contractor is taking to recover the lost time. 2.5.8. The Contractor shall submit, as part of the Procurement and Manufacturing Programme, a Factory Testing Programme that shall support all aspects of the Factory Testing Plan within 15 days of the commencement date of works. 2.5.9. The Factory Testing Programme shall be fully detailed, with activities individually identifying all tests for which a certificate will be issued, and shall include activities for preparation, submittal and review of the test procedures. 2.5.10. The Factory Testing Programme shall demonstrate the logical dependencies between individual tests of the Works, and shall also show the interfaces and dependences with the Contractor‟s delivery programme. 1)

The Factory Testing Programme shall include details of inspection testing and witnessing of the Contractor's and subcontractor's procurement and manufacturing activities

2.6. Installation Programme 2.6.1. The Installation Programme shall be submitted within 30 days of the commencement date of works in initial version. The final version of installation, programme shall be submitted as stated in PS or as directed by Engineer. 2.6.2. The Installation Programme shall include detailed activities describing all aspects of the installation of the Works,. It shall be clearly linked to the Procurement and Manufacturing Programme and Testing and Commissioning Programme to form an integrated part of the Works Programme. 2.6.3. The Installation Programme shall be fully supported by the Construction and Installation Management Plan as specified in clause 3.6 below. 2.6.4. The Installation Programme shall indicate the physical areas to which the Contractor requires access, access date, duration required and the required degree of completion for civil or architectural finishes prior to the access date. 2.6.5. The Installation Programme shall take into account the requirements for arrival at port, delivery, storage, preservation and positioning of large items of Contractor's Equipment and Permanent Works and shall set out the Contractor's proposed delivery route for such items to the Site. 2.6.6. Installation Tests shall be clearly shown in the Installation Programme and shall include those interface tests required to be carried out by others to establish a timetable for these tests. 2.6.7. Activities that may be expedited by the use of overtime, additional shifts or by any other means shall be identified and explained. 2.6.8. In preparing the Installation Programme, the Contractor should note that the following conditions shall apply: (1)

the Contractor shall not have exclusive access to any part of the Site except by the specific consent of the Engineer;

(2)

the Contractor shall take note that concurrent time allocations for certain areas may be given to more than one contractor. The

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Contractor shalt co-ordinate the Contractor's work in such areas with that of Project designated Contractors through the Engineer; (3)

the absence of a programme date or installation period for the Contractor in a specific area shall not prejudice the right of the Engineer to establish a reasonable programme date or installation period for that area;

(4)

the Contractor shall comply with the identified Key Dates.

2.7. Testing and Commissioning Programme 2.7.1. The preliminary version of testing and Commissioning Programme shall be submitted within 30 days of commencement date of works. The final version of testing and commissioning programme shall be submitted as stated in the PS or as directed by the Engineer. 2.7.2. The Contractor shall submit the Testing and Commissioning Programme that shall fulfil all the on-Site testing and commissioning requirements. 2.7.3. The Testing and Commissioning Programme shall be fully detailed, with activities individually identifying all tests for which a certificate will be issued, and shall include activities for preparation, submittal and review of the test procedures. 2.7.4. The Testing and Commissioning Programme shall demonstrate the logical dependencies between the individual tests of the Works, and shall also show the interfaces and dependencies with all of the Project Contractors' tests required to commission the Works and support the Commissioning Plan. 2.8. Training Programme 2.8.1. The Contractor shall, within 120 days of the Commencement Date of the Works, submit for review by the Engineer, a Training Programme covering all proposed formal training courses, delivery of training equipment 2.8.2. The Training Programme shall be developed to the Training Plan as required under clause 3.7.3 below. 2.8.3. The Training Programme shall be sufficiently detailed so that the Employer can ensure the availability of staff for all the courses required under clause 9.2. 2.8.4. The Training Programme shall include the requirements of Chapter 9 2.9. Works Programme Revisions 2.9.1. The Contractor shall immediately notify the Engineer in writing of the need for any change in the Works Programme, whether due to a change of intention or circumstances or for any other reason. Where such a proposed change affects the timely completion of the Works or any Section or Stage; the Contractor shall within 14 days of the date of notifying the Engineer submit for the Engineer's review his proposed revised Works Programme and accompanying Programme Analysis Report. The proposed revised Works Programme shall show the sequence of operations of any and all work related to the change and the impact of changed work or changed conditions on the Works and Project Contractors and their works. 2.9.2. If at any time the Engineer considers the actual or anticipated progress of the work reflects a significant deviation from the Works Programme, he may request the Contractor to submit a proposed revised Works Programme. Upon receipt of such a request the Contractor shall submit within 14 days a revised Works Programme, together with an accompanying Programme. Analysis Report and Narrative Statement that shall demonstrate the means by which the Contractor intends to eliminate the deviation.

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2.10. Monthly Progress Report 2.10.1. The Contractor shall prepare Monthly Progress Reports covering all aspects of the execution of the Works. Such Monthly Progress Reports shall be in writing and shall be delivered to the Engineer by the 5th day of the month following the month of the Monthly Progress Report. The Monthly Progress Report shall take account of work performed up to and including the last day of the month to which the Monthly Progress Report relates. 2.10.2. The Monthly Progress Report shall include an executive summary and contain clear and concise statements in respect of every significant aspect of the Works including, without limitation, the requirements specified in Appendix 1 of this Specification. 2.10.3. The Monthly Progress Report shall contain evidence that documents and supports the progress of the Works, as stated in the Interim Payment Certificates, to the satisfaction of the Engineer. 2.10.4. The reports, documents and data provided shall be an accurate representation of the current status of the Works and of the work to be accomplished and shall provide the Engineer with a sound basis for identifying problems and deviations from planned work and for making decisions. 2.11. Key Date and Access Date 2.11.1. The Key Date and Access Date shall be prepared in a format reviewed by the Engineer and identify and state the status of: (1)

all Key Dates and Access Date that were planned to be achieved in the reporting period or earlier but have not been achieved;

(2)

all Key Dates and Access Date that have been achieved in the reporting period;

(3)

all Key Dates and Access Date that are planned to be achieved in the next reporting period; and

(4)

any future key Dates and Access Date that appear unlikely to be achieved on time.

2.11.2. The Key Date and Access Date shall identify, for all relevant Key Dates and Access Date, the planned dates, the actual dates achieved, and where the original planned dates are forecast to be unachieved, the revised dates identified in the Contract, as the same may be revised from time to time in accordance with the Contract. 2.11.3. The Key Date and Access Date shall also provide an explanation for any deviation from the planned dates. Measures taken or required to recover programme delays shall also be identified. 2.12. Progress Meetings 2.12.1. The Employer will chair progress meetings every month with the Contractor. These meetings will be held at dates and times to be advised by the Engineer. Progress meetings shall not be later than 10 days after the issue of the Contractor's Monthly Progress Report. 2.12.2. The Engineer may convene at his discretion, at any time upon reasonable notice to the Contractor, any meeting, either on or off the Site, to discuss and address any aspect of the Works or the Contract. The Contractor shall attend any such meetings convened by the Engineer. 2.12.3. All meetings shall be convened in Chennai unless directed otherwise by the Engineer. Meetings shall be attended by senior personnel from the Contractor who shall arrive properly briefed for all aspects of the meeting and shall be empowered to make executive decisions in respect of the execution of the Works.

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CHAPTER 3 3.

MANAGEMENT PLANS AND SUBMISSIONS 3.1. General 3.1.1. In order to organize the various submissions required by the Engineer, and to ensure the Contractor's understanding and compliance with the requirements of the Contract, a series of Management Plans shall be developed. These Management Plans will serve to structure the submittals in a manner that the Contractor can develop and prepare the submittals and the Engineer can review and comment on a prescribed programme. 3.1.2. The Management Plans shall be configured as a family of "stand-alone" plans and associated documents each covering one of the subjects listed below. The plans and documents shall be co-ordinated with each other and shall collectively define, describe and encompass the Contractor's proposed methods, procedures, processes, organisation, sequencing of activities, etc. and shall show how these combine together to assure that the Works truly meet the requirements of the Specification in respect of the subjects listed. Unless otherwise stated in the PS, all plans and documents shall be submitted in preliminary form within 15 days of the Commencement Date of the Works followed by detailed plans within 30 days of the preliminary submission. Further submissions shall be made: (1) (2) (3)

(4)

when required in accordance with the Works Programme; in response to comments made by the Engineer in accordance with clause 4.3.6 below; whenever any change occurs that invalidates the information contained in the previously submitted and reviewed document, within 14 days of the occurrence of such change; and when requested by the Engineer from time to time.

3.2. General Organization 3.2.1. The Plans listed below shall be developed and submitted by the Contractor for the Engineer's review Project Management Plan Contractor‟s Project Plan Systems Assurance Plans Quality Plans Safety Plans Procurement Manufacturing Delivery Plan Construction and Installation Management Plan-Construction and Installation Plan Health and Safety Documentation Environmental Qualities Management Plan Traffic Management Submissions (if required) Completion Management Plan Commissioning Plan Training Plan Defects Liability Management Plan 3.3.

Project Management Plan The overall management of the Works shall be the Contractor's responsibility. The organization of the resources for the procurement, manufacture, delivery, installation, testing and commissioning, and setting to work is to be developed into a Project Management Plan. Each section of this plan shall fully describe

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the Contractor's understanding of the Works and management skills and structure required to achieve the same. 3.3.1. Contractor's Project Plan --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor's Project Plan shall provide a clear overview of the Contractor's organization, management systems and methods to be used for the complete execution of the Works. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor's Project Plan shall include a summary description -of each and every stage of implementation of the Works, clearly showing the principal organizational interfaces both within the Contractor's own organization (including sub-contractors of every tier) and with Other Contractors and Relevant Authorities, defining how each of these interfaces is to be managed and controlled. An organization chart shall be produced to illustrate the subdivision of the work into elements for effective technical and managerial control, the reporting structure and the interface relationship among all parties involved. Names, addresses, telephone and fax numbers of all principal contacts shall be listed. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor's Project Plan shall contain structured organization charts showing the hierarchical relationship of the Contractor's organization (including sub-contractors of every tier). The organization charts shall be produced as a "family" such that the basic chart shows the overall organization structure supported by subsidiary charts detailing the internal structure of the various departments or sections of the overall organisation. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor's Project Plan shall include full details of the qualifications, experience, authority and responsibility of the personnel assigned to all key positions of the Contractor's organization (including sub-contractors of every tier). As a minimum, this shall include all levels down to senior managers and shall include the personnel responsible for each individual department and functional group..A.clear references shall be given as to the location of staff (e.g. Site resident or factory based, etc.). Names, addresses, telephone and fax numbers of all principal contacts shall be listed. The Contractor's Project Plan shall define the Contractor's management structure for the execution of the Works and for the control of the quality of the Works and shall, without limitation, identify and set out; (1)

the procedures for the control of receipt and issue of all Works related correspondence so as to ensure traceability;

(2)

the procedures for the identification, production, verification, internal approval, review (when required) by the Engineer, distribution, implementation and recording of changes to all drawings, reports and specifications;

(3)

the procedures for the control, calibration and maintenance of inspection, testing and measuring equipment;

(4)

the procedures for the control of non-conformity.

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Particulars of Contractor's Representative

(1)

The Contractor shall give and provide all necessary supervision during the execution of the Works as long as the Engineer considers necessary for the proper fulfilment of the Contractor's obligations under the Contract.

(2)

The Contractor shall ensure that he is at all times represented on the Site by a competent and authorised English/Hindi speaking Contractor's Representative who shall be deemed to have been reviewed without objection by the Engineer provided such Contractor's Representative is not expressly objected to by the Engineer in writing within 14 days from the service of a notice upon

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the Engineer by the Contractor of the appointment of such Contractor's Representative. Such Contractor's Representative shall remain constantly on the Site and shall give his full time to the superintendence of the Works. (3)

Such authorised Contractor's Representative shall receive on behalf of the Contractor directions and instructions from the Engineer.

(4)

The following particulars of the proposed Contractor's Representative shall be submitted to the Engineer for review: i.

name;

ii.

copy of Identity Card;

iii.

details of qualifications, including copies of certificates; and

iv.

details of previous experience.

(5)

The particulars of the Contractor‟s Representative shall be submitted 30 days before the agreed scheduled start of that part of the Works Except in the case of a replacement agent (as provided for in clause --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- ) in which case the said particulars shall be submitted forthwith.

(6)

The Contractor‟s Representative shall possess relevant academic or professional qualification and have at least 10 years‟ experience in engineering works. The Engineer reserves the right to call Contractor to prove such qualifications/experience to the satisfaction of the Engineer.

(7)

The minimum qualification of the Contractor's Representative shall be as approved by the Engineer based on nature/importance of the work and experience of the person.

3.3.2. Interface Management Plan --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The 'Contractor shall interface and liase with other Contractors in accordance with the requirements of clause 12.3 below. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Within 30 days of notification from the Engineer of the identity of each Other Contractor, the Contractor shall develop and submit to the Engineer an Interface Management Plan that is mutually acceptable to both the Contractor and the other Contractors. The Interface Management Plan shall: (1)

identify the sub-systems as well as the civil works and facilities with interfacing requirements;

(2)

define the authority and responsibility of the Contractor's and other Contractors' (and any relevant sub-contractors') staff involved in interface management and development;

(3)

identify the information to be exchanged, together with the management and technical skills required for the associated development work, at each phase of the Contractor's and other Contractors' (and any relevant sub-contractors') project life-cycles;

(4)

include considerations of the Interface Hazard Analysis;

(5)

specify the configuration and version control procedures in accordance with the Contractor's and other Contractors' (and any relevant sub-contractors') quality management system; and

(6)

address supply, installation, testing and commissioning programme of the contracts to meet the key dates of each contract, and highlight any programme risks requiring management attention.

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Once the Interface Management Plan has been reviewed without objection by the Engineer, the Contractor shall execute the Works in accordance with the Interface Management Plan. The Contractor shall advise the Engineer immediately of any difficulty in developing a mutually acceptable Interface Management Plan. Within 30 days of notification from the Engineer of the identity of each Other Contractor, the Contractor shall develop and submit to the Engineer for review a Detailed Interface Document for each Other Contractor that is mutually acceptable to both contractors. The Detailed Interface Document shall address in detail how the dates identified in the Interface Management Plan shall be achieved and shall identify the data required by the interfacing other Contractors to meet the requirements of the PS. The Detailed Interface Document shall specify the proposed method and schedule for verifying the interface integrity the individual equipment/system performance and the combined system performance. The Detailed Interface Document shall include a programme of tests to demonstrate the performance and integrity of the integrated systems. The Interface Specification appended to the PS shall form the basis of the Detailed Interface Document, but does not relieve the Contractor's obligation to identify any new interface to meet the Contract requirements. Any revision to the Detailed Interface Document shall be mutually acceptable by contractors and submitted to the Engineer for review.

3.4. Systems Assurance Plans 3.4.1. The Systems Assurance Plans shall be submitted for review to the Engineer in Preliminary and Final forms. 3.4.2. The various plans shall be co-ordinated with each other and shall collectively define, describe and encompass the Contractor's proposed methods, procedures, processes, organization, sequencing of activities, etc. and shall show how these combine together to assure that the Works truly meet the requirements of the Specification in respect of the subjects listed. 3.4.3. Quality Plans The Contractor shall submit for review by the Engineer quality plans in accordance with the requirements of clause 5.2 below. 3.4.4. Safety Plans --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Site Safety Plan --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- .1. The Contractor shall prepare a Site Safety Plan incorporating the requirements of the Project Safety Manual and designed specifically for the various sites (including storage and overseas sites) on which work under the Contract is carried out. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- .2. The Site Safety Plan shall form a part of the Health and Safety Documentation referred to in Chapter 14 below. 3.5.

Procurement and Manufacturing Plan The Procurement and Manufacturing Plan shall be configured as a family of "stand-alone* plans and associated documents each covering one of the subjects listed below. The plans shall be co-ordinated with each other and shall collectively define, describe and encompass the Contractor's proposed methods, procedures, processes, organization, sequencing of activities, etc_ and shall show how these combine together to assure that the Works fully meet the requirements of the Specification in respect of the subjects listed. 3.5.1. Procurement, Manufacturing and Delivery Plan --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall prepare procurement, manufacturing and delivery plans in respect of all items and goods. Separate parts of the plan shall be prepared for Contractor or sub-contractor off-Site activities. Each plan shall identify the scope of work to be applied. In relation to such scope of work, it shall, without limitation, define:

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(1)

the organization of the Contractor's staff directly responsible for the day-to-day management of the manufacturing activity on or off the Site;

(2)

the specific allocations of responsibility and authority given to identified personnel for the day-to-day management of the work with particular reference to the supervision, inspection and testing of the work;

(3)

the interfacing or co-ordination required with the Contractor's other related plans;

(4)

the specific methods of manufacture to identify any relevant method statements and develop those method statements to a degree of sufficient detail reviewed by the Engineer; and

(5)

the list of procedures and work instructions to manage and control the quality of work during purchasing, manufacturing and delivery, including without limitation:

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a)

the purchasing of items and goods and ensuring they comply with the requirements of the Specification, including (without limit) purchasing documentation and specific Verification arrangements for Contractor/Engineer inspection of material or manufactured product prior to release for use;

b)

the manufacturing process so as to ensure compliance with the design;

c)

the manufacturing process so as to ensure clear identification and traceability of material and manufactured parts;

d)

the inspection and testing of incoming materials, in process and final product so as to ensure specified requirements for the material and/or manufactured product are met;

e)

the identification of the inspection and test status of all material and manufactured products during all stages of the manufacturing process to ensure that only products that have passed the required inspections and tests are dispatched for use and/or installation;

f)

review and disposal of non-conforming material or product so as to avoid unintended use;

g)

the assessment and disposal of non-conforming material and manufactured product and approval for reworking or rejection as scrap;

h)

the identification of preventive action so as to prevent recurrence of similar non-conformance; and

i)

the handling, storage, packaging, preservation and delivery of manufactured product

The Contractor shall prepare and submit the inspection and testing plans to manage and control any test and inspection activities.

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The Contractor shall propose a structured set of inspection hold points. The hold points shall be structured such that a formal hold point is allowed for each significant element of the manufacturing process. At each hold point, the Engineer shall hold a formal inspection or advise that the inspection has been waived. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Once the inspection and any required remedial actions are completed to the satisfaction of the Engineer, the Engineer shall give a notice of no objection for unit shipment. The Engineer will not withhold his notice of no objection for shipping unreasonably, provided all pre-delivery assembly and testing has been successfully completed. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Any unit delivered without the Engineer's notice of no objection shall be rejected at the Site and all expenses thereby incurred shall be borne by the Contractor. 3.6. Construction and Installation Management Plan The Construction and Installation Management Pian shall be configured as a family of "stand-alone" plans and associated documents each covering one of the subjects listed below. The plans shall be co-ordinated with each other and shall collectively define, describe and .encompass the Contractor's proposed methods, procedures, processes, organization, sequencing of activities, etc. and shall show how these combine together to assure that the Works truly meet the requirements of the Specification in respect of the subjects listed. 3.6.1. Construction and Installation Plan --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall prepare plans for the construction and installation activities on and off the site, as referenced in clause 10.1.1 below, and shall ensure that these are properly related to the subsequent testing and commissioning activity. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Separate parts of the plan shall be prepared for other contractor(s) or subcontractor(s) off-site activities. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Each construction plan shall identify the scope of activity to be controlled. In relation to such scope of activity, it shall, without limitation, define: (1)

the organisation of the Contractor's staff directly responsible for the day-to-day management of the activity on or off the Site;

(2)

the specific allocations of responsibility and authority given to identified personnel for the day-to-day management of the Works with particular reference to the supervision, inspection and testing of the Works;

(3)

the interfacing or co-ordination required with the Contractor's other related plans;

(4)

the specific methods of construction and installation to identify any relevant method statements and develop those method statements to a sufficient degree of detail reviewed by the Engineer;

(5)

a detailed method statement which shall include but not be limited to: a)

description of main operations and sub-operations;

b)

sequence of sub-operations;

c)

quantities of the work and production rates to be achieved;

d)

resources to be employed; and

e)

quality checks to be carried out, supervision being exercised and safety precautions to be employed;

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the list of procedures and work instructions to manage and control the quality of construction and installation works, including without limitation:

(6)

(7)

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a)

the inspection and testing activities of incoming materials, in process and final product so as to ensure specified requirements for the material and/or product are met;

b)

the purchasing of materials and ensuring that they comply with the requirements of the Specification, including purchasing documentation and specific Verification arrangements for Contractor/Engineer inspection of material or manufactured product prior to release for use/installation;

c)

the construction processes including Temporary Works so as to ensure compliance with drawings and Specification. In addition, any software to be used in the construction, installation and commissioning process shall be identified and details of the Verification and Validation processes for the software application shall be given;

d)

the construction and installation process so as to ensure clear identification and traceability of material and manufactured product;

e)

the identification of the inspection and test status of all material and manufactured products during all stages of the construction and installation process to ensure that only products that have passed the required inspections and tests are dispatched for use and/or installation;

f)

review and disposition of non-conforming material or product so as to avoid unintended use/installation;

g)

the assessment and disposition of non-conforming material and product and approval for reworking or rejection as scrap;

h)

the identification of preventive action so as to prevent recurrence of similar non-conformance; and

i)

the handling, storage, packaging, preservation and delivery of product; and the security control of the Site and the works area for Contractor's accommodation, storage, car park and other works facilities, etc. in accordance with clause 11.10 below

The Contractor shall prepare and submit the inspection and test plans to manage and control any test and inspection activities in accordance with clause 5.6.1 below. Where all or part of the Works is within the CMRL Protection Zone, the Contractor shall follow the guidelines issued by the Employer's appropriate authority. The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer for review his construction method statement and detailed design of any Temporary Works proposed to be erected within this zone adjacent to CMRL properties. The following particulars shall be submitted to the Engineer for review within 14 days of the Commencement Date of the Works:

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drawings showing the layout within the Site of the Engineer's and Contractor's accommodation, Project signboards, access roads and major facilities required early in the Contract;

(2)

drawings showing the layout and the construction details of the Engineer's accommodation; and

(3)

drawings showing the details to be included on Project signboards.

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Drawings showing the location of stores, storage areas, work areas and other major facilities shall be submitted to the Engineer for review as early as possible, but in any case not later than 28 days before construction of the facilities. 3.6.2. Health and Safety Documentation --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall submit Health and Safety Documentation to fully comply with the requirements of the Project conditions and proposed work activities in accordance with Chapter 14 below. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer the Health and Safety Documentation for review within 30 days of the Commencement Date of the Works. 3.6.3. Environmental Qualities Management Plan --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall submit an Environmental Plan based the Outline Environmental Plan submitted and adapted during the Tender period. The Environmental Plan shall comprise a set of Environmental Plans as detailed below (1)

Environmental Management Plan;

(2)

Environmental Mitigation Implementation Schedule (if required); and

(3)

Traffic Management Submissions.

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Environmental Plans shall include the Contractor's proposed means of complying with his obligations in regard to:

(1)

The Site Environment as found; and

(2)

System Environment as described in the Specification

(3)

The Environmental Plan shall include as required detailed policies, procedures and applicable regulations.

--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Environmental Management Plan --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- .1. The Contractor shall submit for review by the Engineer, an Environmental Management Plan (EMP) which will set out in detail the approach for dealing with each of the potential environmental impacts arising from the various different construction activities. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- .2. The EMP shall address all the potential impacts outlined in the Employer's Final Assessment Report and shall follow the EMP Outline. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- .3. The Contractor shall submit the final EMP, for review by the Engineer, 30 days prior to the commencement of construction activities. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Environmental Mitigation Implementation Schedule. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- .1. The Contractor shall submit for review an Environmental Mitigation, Implementation Schedule (EMIS) which is a plan for the provision of the mitigation measures identified in the EMP. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- .2. The Contractor shall submit the EMIS, for review by the Engineer in, conjunction with the EMP, 30 days prior to the commencement of construction activities. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Traffic Management Submissions.

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Where the Contractor is required to become involved with traffic or footpath management activities, submissions shall be made by the Contractor for the Engineer's review 30 days prior to implementation proving all relevant details and implications 3.7. Completion Management Plan 3.7.1. The Contractor shall organize the services required under the Contract to bring the Works into service under one plan. This co-ordinated approach shall allow the Engineer the ability to review all aspects of the Works and services in an integrated manner The Completion Management Plan shall be configured as a family of "standalone" plans and associated documents each covering one of the subjects listed below. The plans shall be co-ordinated with each other and shall collectively define, describe and encompass the Contractor's proposed methods, procedures, processes, organization, sequencing of activities, etc. and shall show how these combine together to assure that the Works truly meet the requirements of the Specification in respect of the subjects listed. Unless otherwise stated, all plans and documents shall be submitted in preliminary form within 15 days of the Commencement Date of the Works followed by detailed plans within 15 days of submission. Further submissions shall be made: (1)

when required Programme;

in

accordance

with

the

Contractor's

Works

(2)

whenever the development of the Contractor's planning requires the plan to be developed further;

(3)

in response to comments made by the Engineer in accordance with clause 4.3.6 below;

(4)

whenever any change occurs that invalidates the information contained in the previously submitted and reviewed document, within 15 days of the occurrence of such change; and

(5)

when requested by the Engineer from time to time.

3.7.2. Commissioning Plan --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall ensure the timely preparation of the Commissioning Plan. The Contractor shall submit the first draft of the Commissioning Plan to the Engineer within 120 days of the Commencement Date of the Works. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Commissioning Plan shall consist of the following: (1)

Factory Testing Plan

(2)

On-Site Testing and Commissioning Plan (i)

Installation Tests Schedule

The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer a comprehensive schedule of Installation Tests as required by clause 8.1.5 below and the PS and in accordance with the Installation Programme as stated in clause 2.6 above. The schedule shall be submitted within the period of time laid down in the PS, or, if no time period is laid down then not later than two months in advance of the date for the commencement of the Instal lation Tests.

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Integration Testing & Commissioning Plan

The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer a comprehensive Integrated Testing & Commissioning Plan including all requirements detailed in clause 8.1.6 below and the PS. The plan shall be submitted within the period of time laid down in the PS, or, if none is given, not later than three months in advance of the date for the commencement of the Integrated Testing & Commissioning. 3.7.3. Training Plan --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall ensure the timely preparation of the Contractor's Training Plan in a format and to a level of detail reviewed without objection by the Engineer. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall submit the Training Plan by the date stated in the PS, or, if none is given not less than six (6) months prior to the issue of the Taking Over Certificate for the Works and also to suit the staged commissioning of the relevant systems. 3.7.4. Defects Liability Management Plan The Contractor shall submit for review by the Engineer a Defects Liability Management Plan to repair, replace and perform any remedial item upon the Works identified by the Engineer during the Defects Liability Period (DLP). The first submission of this plan is required upon issuance of the Taking Over Certificate for the Works. The Contractor shall:

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(1)

endeavor to complete all necessary work in a timely responsible manner;

(2)

not proceed with any remedial work without the consent of the Engineer;

(3)

submit a plan that give details of the methods and timing of any proposed work; and

(4)

update the plan monthly, showing progress of the work and the time to completion. End of Chapter

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CHAPTER 4 4.

DOCUMENTS SUBMISSION AND REVIEW 4.1. Documents, Submissions and Correspondence 4.1.1. Copies of correspondence relevant to the execution of the Works and not of a confidential nature received from or dispatched to Government departments, utility undertakings and Project Contractors employed by the Employer shall be submitted to the Engineer for information as soon as possible but in any case not later than 7 days after receipt or dispatch. 4.2. Submissions to the Engineer 4.2.1. General requirements --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . All submissions shall be made to the Engineer in a format reviewed without objection by the Engineer and in accordance with the requirements in: (1)

the Contract;

(2)

the Computer Aided Design & Drafting (CADD) Manual; and

(3)

the Document Submittal Instructions to Contractors.

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Paper and drawing sizes shall be "A" series sheets as specified in BS 3429. The following software (versions quoted or higher) compatible for use with Intel-Windows based computers shall be used, unless otherwise stated, for the various electronic submissions required: Document Type Text Documents Spread Sheets Data Base Files Presentation Files Programmes AutoCAD Graphics Photographic

Electronic Document Format MS Word, Ver. 7.0 MS Excel, Ver. 7.0 MS Access, Ver. 7.0 MS PowerPoint, Ver. 7.0 Primavera for Windows, Ver. 2.0b Corel Draw, Ver. 7.0/ AutoCAD ver.14 Adobe Photo Shop, Ver.4.0

Media for Electronic File Submission One copy shall be submitted unless otherwise stated. Internet File Formats/Standards The following guidelines shall be followed when the Contractor uses the Internet browser as the communication media to share information with the Employer. All the data formats or standards must be supported by Microsoft Internet Explorer version 8 or above running on Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 The following lists the file types and the corresponding data formats to be used on Internet. The Contractor shall comply with them unless the Engineer has previously reviewed without objection the Contractors proposal to adopt an alternative:

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Computer Aid Design files (CAD) Computer Graphics Metafile (CGM) Project documents

refer to the document type in clause --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- above Window video (.avi) Wave file (.wav)

Video Sound

The following states the standards to be used on Internet when connecting to database(s). The Contractor shall comply with them unless the Engineer has previously reviewed without objection the Contractors proposal to adopt an alternative: Function to be Implemented Database connectivity Publishing hypertext language on the World Wide Web

Standard to be Complied With Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) Hypertext Mark-up Language (HTML)

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The hard copy of all documents shall be the contractual copy. If required, two copies of all internal and external orders placed by the Contractor for equipment or materials required for the Works shall be forwarded to the Engineer at the time of issue. All orders shall state the Engineer's requirements for inspection and testing, shall bear the Contract reference, Contractor's name and address and shall indicate, where applicable, the sub-section of the Works for which the equipment or material is required. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Distribution of copies of the orders shall be in accordance with the Engineer's instructions. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall have the obligation to upgrade, at his own cost, all the relevant software to the latest version upon instruction by the Engineer, after the new version of the relevant software has been launched for more than six months in Chennai. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall submit a drawing register to the Engineer in electronic copy and hard copy with each submission of drawings and at an interval agreed by the Engineer. The drawing register shall be in a format submitted for review and agreed without objection by the Engineer and shall include each document reference number, version, date, title and data-file name. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Specific additional requirements in respect of the numbering scheme shall be as defined in the PS. 4.2.2. Content --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Unless otherwise specified or permitted by the Engineer, each submission shall comprise: (1)

for drawings - one Al master on vellum (signed by the contractor), one Al copy on vellum, one paper Al copy, six paper A3 copies and an electronic data copy of all drawings; and

(2)

for documents - the unbound original, six bound copies and an electronic copy when applicable.

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4.3.

The A3 copies of drawings shall be produced as reduced versions of the A1 original.

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Reports and records that are to be submitted to the Engineer shall be in a format reviewed by the Engineer. Reports and records shall be signed by the Contractor's agent or by a representative authorized by the Contractor. Within 15 days of the Commencement Date of the Works, the Contractor shall submit a Project document control procedure to the Engineer for review, which shall include but not be limited to the following: (1)

a document approval system which shall specify the level of authority for approval of all documents and material before submission to the Engineer;

(2)

a system of issuing documents to ensure that pertinent documents are issued to all appropriate locations;

(3)

a document change or re-issue system to ensure that only the latest revision of a document can be used; and

(4)

a submission identification system which identifies each submission uniquely by the following: (a)

contract number;

(b)

discipline;

(c)

submission number; and

(d)

revision indicator.

4.3.3.

Project records will eventually be used by the Employer to manage, operate and maintain the Works after the completion of the Project under construction and for future reference. 4.3.4. The Contractor shall submit the documents as required by the Engineer as Project records in full and on time. The Engineer shalt determine the adequacy of the Project record. 4.3.5. Submission and review procedure --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Except where specific procedures are given for certain items, all submissions shall be submitted and reviewed according to the procedure laid down in the following clauses. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Each submission shall be accompanied by a brief introduction to explain which sub-system, part or Section of the Works to which the submission refers, listing the documents enclosed with the submission, and describing in outline how all relevant requirements of the Specification are achieved by the proposals. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . For each stage of submittal, the Contractor shall prepare a Submission Review Request (SRR) carrying the date of submission, the submission reference number as defined in clause 4.3.2.(4) above, the submission title, the stage of submission and the authorized signature of the Contractor's responsible engineer in the format shown in Appendix 3 of this Specification, to confirm that, in the opinion of the Contractor, the submission: (1)

complies with all relevant requirements of the Specification;

(2)

conforms to all interface requirements;

(3)

contains, or is based on auditable and proven or verified calculations or design criteria;

(4)

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has taken account of all requirements for approval by statutory bodies or similar organizations, and that where required, such approvals have been granted.

(5)

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The Engineer's response to the submission will normally be made within 30 calendar days of receipt of the submission. The Engineer may extend the review period depending on the amount of documentation accompanying the submission. 4.3.6. Engineer's Response --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Engineer will respond in one of the following three ways: (1)

" Reviewed without Objection"

(2)

"Reviewed without Objection, Subject to"

(3)

"Rejected"

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4.4.

If the Engineer, having reviewed the submission, has not discovered any non-compliance with the Contract, the SRR will be returned endorsed with the Engineer's signature and the words "Reviewed without 01-4jection". Receipt of such notice of no objection does not in any way imply the Engineer's approval of the submission, nor does it remove any responsibility from the Contractor for complying with the Contract. Issue of a "Notice of No objection" entitles the Contractor to proceed to the next stage of the programme of work If the Engineer discovers minor non-compliance, discrepancies, omissions, etc. that, in his opinion, are not of a fundamental nature, he may return the SRR endorsed with the Engineer's signature and the words "Reviewed without Objection Subject to", and including a list of the features that are required to be amended, included or improved to comply with the Contract. Issue of a "Notice of No Objection Subject to" entitles the Contractor to proceed to the next stage of the programme of work provided that all of the Engineer's comments are taken into account fully and implemented exactly. If the Engineer issues a "Notice of No Objection Subject to", the Contractor shall resubmit the affected parts of the submission, clearly demonstrating how the Engineer's comments have been taken into account and resubmit amended or corrected material within 10 working days of issue of the Engineer's comments, using the process described in clause 4.3.5 above. If the Engineer discovers major non-compliance, discrepancies, omissions, etc. that, in his opinion, are of a fundamental nature, he may return the SRR endorsed with the Engineer's signature and the word "Rejected", and including a list of the features that are required to be amended, included or improved to comply with the Contract. Issue of a "Notice of Rejection" does not entitle the Contractor to proceed to the next stage of the programme of work until all of the Engineer's comments are fully taken into account and a satisfactory re-submission has been made (i.e. one which results in a "Notice of No Objection" or "Notice of No Objection Subject to"). If the Engineer issues a "Notice of Rejection", the Contractor shall resubmit the complete submission, clearly demonstrating how the Engineer's comments have been taken into account and resubmit amended or corrected material within 10 working days of issue of the Engineer's comments, using the process described in clause 4.3.5 above.

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The Contractor shall establish and maintain a place for the storage and archiving of all the documents relating to the Works and not required to be submitted to the Engineer under clause 4.1 above which shall be: (1)

the same place or office where the Contractor is performing the work and storing documents reviewed by the Engineer, or;

(2)

at the Site or elsewhere in Chennai, a records office, which contains all other, documents that the Contractor is required to maintain in accordance with the Contract.

All documents shall be filed, indexed and suitably stored to permit easy identification and necessary audits. The Contractor shall maintain in Chennai his archive of all documents in connection with and arising out of the Contract, until 28 days after the issue of the Final Certificate or until final settlement of all Disputes, whichever is later. End of Chapter

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CHAPTER 5 5.

QUALITY MANAGEMENT 5.1. Introduction 5.1.1. The Contractor shall maintain and implement a Quality Management System that shall remain in effect during the execution of the Works_ The Contractor's Quality Management System shall be based on the International Standard ISO 9001:1994 "Model for quality assurance in design, development, production, installation and servicing." The Contractor shall submit its Quality Management System documentation for the Engineer's review as specified in this Chapter. The Quality Management System documentation shall include, but shall not be limited to the following:

5.1.2.

5.1.3.

5.1.4.

(1)

quality manual;

(2)

quality procedures and work instructions;

(3)

quality plans; and

(4)

inspection and test plans.

The Contractor shall plan, perform and record all quality control activities to ensure that all work is performed in accordance with the requirements of the Contract and is detailed in the quality plans which are required under this Chapter. Such activities shall include, without limitation, the inspections and/or tests expressly or implicitly required by the Contract. Without prejudice to such requirements, the Engineer may from time to time instruct the Contractor in relation to such further or other inspections and/or tests as are in his opinion appropriate. Quality audits will be conducted by the Engineer to verify the Contractor's implementation and compliance with the quality management system as specified herein.

5.2. General Requirements 5.2.1. All quality system documents and plans to be submitted shall embrace all activities of the Contractor and sub-contractors of any tier, including its suppliers and any design consultants. 5.2.2. Quality Plans --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The quality plans to be submitted by the Contractor shall comprise of:

5.2.3.

(1)

a Management Quality Plan, for the control of all management related activities;

(2)

Manufacturing Quality Plan and Site Quality Plan, for the control of activities within each category of work or discrete element of procurement, manufacturing, delivery, construction and installation of the Works, including Temporary Works.

Within 30 days of the Commencement Date of the Works, the Contractor shall submit for review by the Engineer: (1)

a quality manual;

(2)

the quality system procedures and any associated system instructions and/or forms which he proposes to use for the Works; and

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5.2.4.

5.2.5.

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the initial submission of quality plans shall be a development of that submitted at Tender stage and shall contain as a minimum, the Contractor's proposed Management Quality Plan as detailed further in this Chapter.

The Contractor shall submit separate Manufacturing Quality Plan and Site Quality Plan covering all elements of the Works. These shall be in accordance with the specific requirements of this Chapter and shall be submitted to the Engineer for review 30 days prior to the commencement of the manufacturing and construction works covered by the quality plans. In addition, the Contractor shall prepare inspection and test plans for the management and control of the inspection and/or testing by the Contractor of the Works identified in each quality plan. The Contractor shall promptly supply the Engineer with two (2) controlled copies of his quality manual, quality plans, inspection and test plans and related procedures/instructions/forms upon such documents being reviewed without objection by the Engineer. The Contractor shall maintain such controlled documents throughout the duration of the Contract. For any amendment to quality system documentation, the Contractor shall as soon as reasonably practicable prepare and submit the proposed amendment for review by the Engineer. In addition, the Engineer may request further copies of the quality system documents and these documents shall reach the Engineer's office within fourteen (14) days of notification.

5.3. Management Quality Plan 5.3.1. The Management Quality Plan shall define the Contractor's management structure for the execution of the Works and for the control of the quality of the Works and shall submit this plan within 30 days of commencement date of work. The management quality plan shall without limitation, define: (1)

the organization of the Contractor's managerial staff with particular reference to any joint venture partners and main sub-contractors. An organization chart shall be produced to illustrate the sub-division of the Works into elements for effective technical and managerial control, the reporting structure and the interface relationship between all parties involved;

(2)

the hierarchy of the overall quality management system documentation to be applied to the Works;

(3)

the quality management system of the Contractor in monitoring and controlling sub-contractors and suppliers; and

(4)

the list of quality system procedures and work instructions to be applied to manage the quality of the Works.

5.4. Manufacturing Quality Plan 5.4.1. The Contractor shall prepare a Manufacturing Quality Plan for his manufacturing works and submit this plan 30 days prior to the commencement of manufacturing works. The Manufacturing Quality Plan shall, without limitation, define: (1)

the organization of the Contractor's staff directly responsible for the dayto-day management of the manufacturing activities on or off the Site;

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(2)

the specific allocations of responsibilities and authorities given to identified personnel or sub-contractors for particular manufacturing work;

(3)

the hierarchy of quality management system documentation for managing and controlling manufacturing works, including manufacturing works of sub-contractors of any tier; and

(4)

the list of procedures and instructions to be applied to manage and control the manufacturing works, together with the procedures and instructions which have not been previously submitted for review.

The Contractor shall also prepare inspection and test plans to manage and control any test and inspection activities.

5.5. Site Quality Plan 5.5.1. The Contractor shall prepare a Site Quality Plan for its construction and installation works. The Site Quality Plan shall, without limitation, define:

5.5.2.

(1)

the organisation of the Contractor's staff directly responsible for the dayto-day management of the construction and installation activities on or off the Site;

(2)

the specific allocations of responsibilities and authorities given to identified personnel or sub-contractors for particular construction and installation work;

(3)

the hierarchy of quality management system documentation for managing and controlling construction and installation works, including construction and installation works of sub-contractors of any tier; and

(4)

the list of procedures and instructions to be applied to manage and control the construction and installation works together with the procedures and instructions that have not been previously submitted for review

The Contractor shall also prepare inspection and test plans to manage and control any test and inspection activities in accordance with clause 5.6.1 below.

5.6. Inspection and Test Plans, Records and Reports 5.6.1. Inspection and test plans shall be produced for every activity requiring test and/or inspection. Each inspection and test plan shall identify the quality objectives and include, without limitation: (1)

the personnel responsible for undertaking and certifying the inspection and/or test;

(2)

the procedure or instructions for the inspection and/or test;

(3)

the test method or a reference to the relevant standard of testing;

(4)

the inspection and/or test required prior to commencement of an activity;

(5)

the inspection and/or test Wiring an activity and its frequency;

(6)

the inspection and/or test required to complete an activity;

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(7)

all Quality Control Points, Quality Hold Points and any notices or other documents to be given to the Engineer in relation to Quality Control Points and Quality Hold Points;

(8)

the compliance criteria;

(9)

the method of analysis of test data;

(10)

the procedure for correction or disposal of any work which fails the compliance criteria;

(11)

examples of the documentation to be used for reporting the results of inspections, tests and analysis of test data;

(12)

examples of the documentation to be used for recording the status of inspections and tests in accordance with clause 5.8.1 below; and

(13)

the procedure for the distribution, filing and storage of inspection reports, test reports and reports on analysis of test data.

Each report of the inspection and/or test shall be prepared in accordance with clause --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- below. The Contractor shall ensure that a signed copy of each report of inspection and test is filed in his filing system within 3 (three) working days from the date of inspection and test and two copies furnished to Engineer or as directed by him. In relation to all Quality Control Points and Quality Hold Points involving inspection and/or test by the Contractor, the Contractor shall give the Engineer notice of when the relevant work will be inspected and/or tested in accordance with Clause8.5.1 below.

5.7. Review, Verification & Audit 5.7.1. The Contractor shall continuously monitor the performance of each quality plan related to the execution of the Works and shall include in each Monthly Progress Report the status of all quality system documentation, an up-to-date audit schedule and status and an up-to-date non-conformity register providing the status of all non-conformities identified by the Engineer and the Contractor. The Contractor shall make an appraisal of such performance and identify in particular any non-conformities or other shortcomings in the quality management system, the actions being taken to dispose of these nonconformities, any necessary corrective action taken or proposed to be taken to prevent the re-occurrence of these non-conformities or shortcomings and, any other items as instructed by the Engineer. 5.7.2. The Contractor shall ensure that audits of all the activities in each quality plan are carried out at quarterly intervals, or at such other intervals as the Engineer may require, to ensure the continuing suitability and effectiveness of the quality management system. Reports of each such audit shall be submitted promptly for review by the Engineer. 5.7.3. The Engineer may, by notice to the Contractor, require external audits of the Contractor's quality management system to be carried out either by the Employer's staff or by his representative. In such case, the Contractor shall afford to such auditors all necessary facilities and access to the records to permit this function to be performed. 5.8. Quality Control Register 5.8.1. The Contractor shall provide and maintain at all stages of the Works a quality control register or registers to identify the status of inspections, sampling and testing of the work and all certificates. Such registers shall be updated by the

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Contractor to show all activities in previous months and shall reach the Engineer's office before the 7th working day of each month. Each register shall:

5.9.

(1)

list the certificates received for each batch of goods and materials incorporated in the Works and compare this against the certification required by the Contract and the Contractor's quality plans;

(2)

list the inspection and testing activities undertaken by the Contractor on each element of the Works and compare these activities against the amount of inspection and testing required by the Contract and the Contractor's quality plans;

(3)

show the results of each report of inspection and/or test and any required analysis of these results and compare these results against the pass/fail criteria; and

(4)

summarize any actions proposed by the Contractor to overcome any non-conformity identified in clauses 5.8.141),(2) & (3) above.

Summaries of Inspection and/or Test The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer for his information summaries based on quality control register in accordance with the Summaries of Inspection and/or Test described in clause 8.3.11 below.

5.10. Notification of Non – Conformities 5.10.1. If, prior to the issue of the Taking Over Certificate for the Works or the relevant Section, the Contractor has used or proposes to use or repair any item of the Works which does not conform to the requirements of the Contract, he shall immediately submit to the Engineer such proposal, supplying full particulars of the non-conformity and, if appropriate, of the proposed means of repair which shall include any calculation analysis or other documentation to support the repair or acceptability of the non - conformity. 5.10.2. If the Engineer issues non-conformity reports or similar documents to notify the Contractor of any item of the Works which he considers to constitute a nonconformity and which has not been reported in accordance with clause 5.10.1 above, the Contractor shall promptly investigate the matter and, within 14 days of notification by the Engineer, submit to the Engineer for review the remedial measures to be taken and stating the reasons for such measures. *

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MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT 6.1. Materials and Equipment Provided by the Employer 6.1.1. Materials and equipment which are to be provided by the Employer will be as stated in the Contract. 6.1.2. Materials and equipment provided by the Employer shall be collected by the Contractor from the locations as per contract conditions. The Contractor shall inspect the materials and equipment before taking receipt and shall immediately inform the Engineer of receipt or any shortage or damage. 6.1.3. Materials or equipment provided by the Employer which are damaged/lost after collection shall be replaced by the Contractor and offered to the Engineer for approval. In case, the contractor fails to replace the damaged material, the cost of material with additional costs as per agreement will be recovered from the Bank Guarantees furnished by the Contractor for safe custody of the materials supplied by the Employer (ref.: SCC Clause 50) or any other payment due to the contractor. 6.1.4. The Contractor shall dispose of crates and containers for materials or equipment provided by the Employer. 6.1.5. Equipment / materials provided by the Employer, surplus to the requirements of the Works shall be returned at the earliest as directed by the Engineer. 6.1.6. The Contractor shall protect and maintain equipment provided by the Employer while it is on the Site and shall provide operatives, fuel and other consumables required to operate the equipment. 6.2. Materials 6.2.1. General --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Materials for inclusion in the Permanent Works shall be new unless otherwise stated in the Contract or having been reviewed without objection by the Engineer. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Certificates of tests by manufacturers, which are submitted to the Engineer, shall relate to the material delivered to the Site. Certified true copies of certificates may be submitted if the original certificates cannot be obtained from the manufacturer. A letter from the supplier stating that the certificates relate to the material delivered to the Site shall be submitted with the certificates. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Materials, which are specified by means of trade or proprietary names, may be substituted by materials from a different manufacturer, provided that the materials are of the same or better quality and comply with the specified requirements and have been reviewed without objection by the Engineer. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . In addition to any special provisions in the Contract for the sampling and testing of materials, the Contractor shall submit samples of all materials and goods which he proposes to use or employ in or for the Works. Such samples, if having been reviewed without objection, shall be retained by the Engineer and shall not be returned to the Contractor or used in the Permanent Works unless reviewed by the Engineer. No materials or goods of which samples have been submitted shall be used in the Works unless Engineer shall have reviewed such samples without objection --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Engineer may reject any materials and goods which in his opinion are inferior to the samples previously reviewed and the Contractor shall promptly remove such materials and goods from the Site. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . If any material required for this Contract is not available in metric specifications from any known sources, at the time the material is required for the Contract, the Engineer may, upon application from the Contractor, give permission to the use of an equivalent material in imperial specifications as a substitute, provided that:

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(1)

no statutory specification shall be altered except in accordance with relevant legal provision, if any;

(2)

the Engineer is satisfied that the Contractor has made every reasonable effort to obtain the material in metric specifications;

(3)

in the opinion of the Engineer, the substitute material is suitable for the Works in all respects;

(4)

in the opinion of the Engineer, the substitute material complies with all the specifications for the material substituted, allowing minor discrepancies between the specified metric measurements and the corresponding imperial measurements of the substitute, provided that such discrepancies can be effectively and satisfactorily compensated for by the provision of extra quantity of the material; and

(5)

the Contractor shall be responsible for all extra quantities of the material required for meeting design and specification requirements of the Works due to the use of the substitute.

Notice of place of manufacture and/or source of supply The Contractor shall notify the Engineer of the places of manufacture and/or the source of supply of all goods and materials previously reviewed without objection by the Engineer to be incorporated into the Permanent Works. The Contractor shall give reasonable notice (which shall not in any event be less than 56 days) to the Engineer before the start of any manufacturing and/or the supply of goods and materials. Certificates for Manufactured Goods or Materials The Contractor shall obtain certificates for each batch of goods and materials incorporated into the Permanent Works. Each certificate shall certify that the materials comply with the requirements of the Contract and shall include all reports of inspections and/or tests carried out at the place of manufacture.

6.3. Equipment 6.3.1. Identification labels --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Each and every individual item of equipment forming part of the Permanent Works shall be fitted with permanent identification labels in accordance with a system based on the contract identification. In this respect, the term "individual item of equipment" refers to a complete assembly of components and to each removable sub-module within the complete assembly. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The proposed labelling system shall be submitted for review by the Engineer at least 1 months before the scheduled date for the shipment of the first item of equipment to site. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The identification label whenever possible shall be permanently attached in such a way that it shall not become detached or illegible during the lifetime of the system from any cause including wear and tear, environmental effects (such as rain, direct sunlight, etc.) or any other influence. Preference shall be given to embossed or engraved metallic labels mechanically fastened by riveting or similar means to the item to which they refer. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . All labels shall be of the type that can be easily cleaned to remove dirt and debris (including grease and oil) without disturbing the legibility properties. * End of Chapter *

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PACKAGING, STORAGE, SHIPPING AND DELIVERY 7.1. Storage 7.1.1. The Contractor shall provide and maintain acceptable storage facilities for the Permanent Works, equipment and materials of all kinds intended for use in carrying out the Works or for incorporation into the Works. 7.1.2. The Contractor shall prepare, protect and store in an agreed manner all Permanent Works, Contractor's Equipment, equipment and materials so as to safeguard them against loss or damage from repeated handling, from climatic influences and from all other hazards arising during shipment or storage on or off the Site. Secure and covered storage shall be provided by the Contractor for all Permanent Works, Contractor's Equipment, equipment and materials which are other than those having been reviewed without objection by the Engineer as suitable for open storage. 7.2. General Precautions 7.2.1. Appropriate precautions in accordance with the GCC, Contractor's safety regulations, the regulations of the Employer, and statutory regulations shall be taken in respect of all hazardous, toxic, inflammable, etc. materials. 7.3. Packaging Procedures 7.3.1. All required inspection/test certificates shall be supplied and packed together with individual material. All packaging materials and procedures shall be subject to review by the Engineer 7.3.2. All empty cases, crates or packages, whether or not returnable, shall be removed from the Site by the Contractor or stored by the Contractor in such a way that they do not interfere with the progress of the works of Project Contractors. 7.3.3. Two copies of packing lists and quality certificates shall be attached to each case or package to be shipped. One copy shall be placed inside the package and the second copy shall be enclosed in a watertight enclosure on the outside of each case or package. A copy of packing lists and quality certificates shall be sent to the Engineer after each package of the Works, the equipment, spare parts and other items to be shipped have been shipped. 7.4. Shipping 7.4.1. Without prejudice any other provisions of the Contract, the Contractor shall be responsible for all legal requirements, duties, taxes and other such requirements and expenditures for the importation of the Works, the equipment, spare parts and other items to be supplied under the Contract in to Chennai 7.4.2. The Contractor shall clear the Works, the equipment, spare parts and other items to be supplied under the Contract through customs Authorities/Indian sea port in accordance with all Government of India Enactments. 7.5. Delivery 7.5.1. The Contractor shall deliver the Works and all items to be supplied under the Contract to the Site. 7.5.2. The Contractor shall unload the Works and all items to be supplied under the Contract at the designated delivery point and positioning or storing them. 7.5.3. Any part of the Works or any item to be supplied under the Contract that is damaged in transit shall not be considered as delivered until repairs or replacements have been made and all necessary spare parts or items have been delivered to the Site.

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All documents, manuals, drawings and other deliverables shall be delivered to an address in Chennai to be designated by the Engineer in writing. The Contractor shall store and secure the Works, equipment, spare parts and there items until the same have been inspected and are considered delivered at the designated point by the Engineer. An item shall be considered delivered when all damage have been repaired and all documentation and post delivery preparation have been completed to the satisfaction of the Engineer.

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CHAPTER 8 8.

TESTING AND COMMISSIONING

Testing and Commissioning shall comply with all the requirements of the GCC supplemented, amplified, modified or superseded as applicable by this Specification and the PS. 8.1. General 8.1.1. The Contractor shall perform all testing and commissioning activities to satisfactorily demonstrate the performance of the Works within the framework of the Completion Management Plan. 8.1.2. The Contractor's activities shall include but are not limited to the following:

8.1.3.

(1)

provision of all labour and experienced supervision to perform all inspections and tests required to demonstrate the performance of the Works;

(2)

preparation of that portion of the Commissioning Plan that applies to the Works to a level of detail acceptable to the Engineer;

(3)

performance of all duties and responsibilities, as specified in the Commissioning Plan;

(4)

participation in the Commissioning Team that shall develop, review implement the Commissioning Plan. As a participant of Commissioning Team, the Contractor shall provide personnel technical support to the Employer and the Engineer in Commissioning of the Project;

(5)

performance of the testing and commissioning for all systems forming part of the Works in a manner which is fully co-ordinated with other designated Contractors, the Employer and the Engineer;

(6)

provision of all required testing and specialized equipment and materials including consumables required to support the testing and commissioning pre-operations activities; and

(7)

removal and appropriate disposal of any toxic or other spoils (e.g. cable drums, depleted filters, oils, and fluids) created as a result of the Contractor's construction, testing and commissioning activities.

and the and the

The Contractor shall provide full access for the Employer and Engineer to witness any test or inspection. 8.1.4. The Employer and the Engineer will bear their own costs for attendance at witnessed inspections or tests (other than re-tests) scheduled in accordance with the agreed Works Programme and subject to notice in accordance with the Specification 8.1.5. Installation Tests --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Installation Tests phase is defined as being the final stage of assembly/installation before the start of commissioning itself. The Installation Tests are to be performed by the Contractor under the Contract and may be witnessed by the Employer or the Engineer. During this phase, the Contractor shall perform static testing of components and/or systems in preparation for Partial Acceptance Testing. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The particular requirements for Installation Tests are prescribed in the PS. Where performance across interfaces to other Contractors or to other parties is required to be verified, the795. Contractor shall liaise with the interfacing party 247 of

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to co-ordinate the test procedures and programme in the manner prescribed in clause 3.3.2 above_ --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall prepare three copies of a test report immediately after the completion of each test whether or not witnessed by the Employer or the Engineer. If the Employer or the Engineer has witnessed the test, he will countersign the report to indicate his agreement to the information and conclusions (i.e. whether or not the equipment being tested has passed satisfactorily) contained therein. If the Employer or the Engineer has not witnessed the test (i.e. if a written waiver has been granted), the Contractor shall forward three copies of the test report without delay to the Engineer. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Engineer will countersign the report to indicate his agreement to the information and conclusions (i.e. whether or not the equipment being tested has passed satisfactorily) and return one copy to the Contractor. Where the results of the- test do not meet the requirements of the Specification, the Employer or the Engineer may call for a re-test. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Test equipment and instrumentation shall be subject to calibration test within a properly controlled calibration scheme, and signed calibration certificates shall be supplied to the Engineer in duplicate. Such calibration checks shall be undertaken prior to testing and, if required by the Employer or the Engineer, shall be repeated afterwards. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer a comprehensive schedule of tests as required by the PS giving full details and procedures for each test to be carried out under the Contract and including the pass I fail criteria (i.e. the standards or limits to be achieved). 8.1.6. Integration Testing & Commissioning --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Integrated Testing & Commissioning are defined as the final tests to be undertaken before the commencement of Service Trial. The Integrated Testing & Commissioning are part of the Tests on Completion to be performed by the Contractor under the Contract in order to achieve Employer's Taking Over of the Works:. The Integrated Testing & Commissioning shall demonstrate the full compatibility between all interfacing systems. On satisfactory completion of the Integrated Testing & Commissioning, the tested items will be considered available for Service Trial. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The particular requirement for Integrated Testing & Commissioning are prescribed in the PS. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer a comprehensive Integrated Testing & Commissioning Plan as required by the PS. The plan shall be submitted on a logical section-by-section basis, using a "top-down approach describing the testing and commissioning strategies and processes clearly showing how these serves to provide the full verification of the systems and equipment in context of the complete railway system. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall co-ordinate with the Employer and the Engineer and with all interfacing parties to ensure that the proposed test programme and schedule truly demonstrate that the full specified performance requirements are achieved. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The tests shall include, but shall not be limited to the following: (1)

test of all functional and performance requirements for the system;

(2)

test to demonstrate compliance with all interface specifications; and

(3)

test of behavior under failure conditions (e.g. changeover to redundant hardware, initiation of re-configuration functions or reversionary modes of operation, recovery of systems and equipment from failure, demonstrations of planned emergency procedures, etc.).

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The Integrated Testing & Commissioning Plan shall identify a comprehensive list of specifications, standards, method statements, procedures, pass/fail criteria, sample records, resources to be made available, drawings and records to be submitted to the Engineer, and a programme showing the dates for testing and for submission of each test procedure. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Test procedures shall be carefully planned to ensure that the work can be executed in the time available. If the available time is restricted, this planning shall include contingency plans to be implemented if testing proceeds slower than anticipated or if defects are discovered that necessitate rectification and subsequent repeat testing, etc. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Immediately following the successful Integrated Testing & Commissioning of the system or any constituent part, the Contractor shall complete the appropriate commissioning records in the agreed format and submit 3 signed copies to the Engineer. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall include a complete schedule of all Integrated Testing & Commissioning records and their current status within the Monthly Progress Report. 8.1.7. Service Trial --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Service Trial is defined as the final test of the fixed equipment the rolling stock and the operational procedures including the final elements of the Tests on Completion to demonstrate that the system in its entirety can operate satisfactorily. The Service Trial is performed by the Employer with attendance by the Contractor under the Contract in order to achieve Employer's Taking Over of the Works. During this phase, the system will be run to the published timetable but without fare-paying passengers_ This phase also allows for Validation of the training procedures in a real time environment --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Commissioning Team in conjunction with the Employer will develop the Service Trial Plan Operations Department and will serve to organize and coordinate all on Site activities. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The particular requirements for tests to be undertaken during the Service Trial are prescribed in the PS. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall provide special and general attendance to the Employer and the Engineer during the Service Trial period as required by the PS. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall co-operate with the Employer and the Engineer and with all interfacing parties to ensure that the proposed Service Trial programme and schedule truly demonstrates that the full, specified performance requirements and operating parameters are achieved. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall review and comment on the Engineer's Service Trial Plan and shall identify specifications, standards, method statements, procedures, pass I fail criteria, to the Engineer for inclusion in the Plan. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall not interfere with the Service Trial tests and Validations in any manner. Any need for remedial works required to be performed by the Contractor shall be co-ordinated with the Employer and the Engineer in advance. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Immediately following the successful tests of the system or any constituent part during Service Trial the Contractor shall complete the appropriate commissioning records in the agreed format, submit 3 signed copies to the Engineer and may then apply for the Taking Over Certificate in accordance with the requirements of the GCC. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall include a complete schedule of all Service Trial records and their current status within the Monthly Progress Report. 8.2. Activity of the Employer and the Engineer 8.2.1. The Employer and the Engineer will establish a Commissioning Team and a Site Co-ordination Team at appropriate stages of the Project. These teams will comprise representatives of all interested parties including not more than two representatives of the Contractor, 249 of 795.subject to review by the Employer and the

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Engineer. In accordance with the Commissioning Plan, the Commissioning Team shall advise and plan to co-ordinate the activities of the Contractor to ensure the Employer and the Employer's requirements are met. The Contractor shall participate in the activities of the Commissioning Team and Site Co-ordination Team in addition to its own testing and commissioning or as directed by the Employer or the Engineer.

8.3. Records and Reports 8.3.1. The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer for review not less than six (6) months prior to the commencement of commissioning activites, his proposed format for the commissioning records. The records shall be appropriately subdivided to make provision for the various parts of the Permanent Works covered by the Contract. 8.3.2. The format of the records shall cover all mechanical and electrical tests, provide positive identification by serial number for assemblies and sub-assemblies of the Permanent Works and show modifications to Employer's Drawings and diagrams or “as build” data to be certified by the Employer or the Engineer in the course of installation, testing and setting to work of the Works. 8.3.3. The Contractor shall, during the execution of the Works, prepare such reports and records of manufacture, installation and testing as may be required in order that a litence may be issued or statutory requirements may be met or approval given. Such reports or records shall be adequate to enable each part of the Permanent Works to be commissioned and to meet the requirements of the licensing authority or any standing statutory regulations, and shall be reviewed by the Employer and the Engineer. 8.3.4. The Contractor shall obtain reports of each inspection and/or test. Such reports shall show the results of all the inspections and/or tests carried out and shall certify that the work has been inspected and/or tested in accordance with the requirements of the Contract and that the work complies with the requirements of the Contract. 8.3.5. Any analysis of the results required to confirm that the work complies with the requirements of the Contract shall be compiled and reported to the Engineer in accordance with Chapter 4. 8.3.6. A representative of the Contractor who has been allocated the required authority under the relevant quality plans shall sign each report of inspection and/or test. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Each report of inspection and/or test shall include the appropriate details of:(1)

the description of the item or goods subjected to the test or inspection;

(2)

if applicable, the batch from which the samples were taken for test, the size and description of samples and the method of sampling;

(3)

the place of testing;

(4)

the date and time of tests;

(5)

the environmental conditions;

(6)

the technical personnel supervising or carrying out the test or inspection;

(7)

the properties tested or inspected;

(8)

the method of testing or inspection;

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all relevant checklists and work sheets used during the inspection and/or test, including the readings and measurements taken during the tests; and

(10)

the test results, including any calculations and graphs.

8.3.7.

After Commissioning of a part of the Works the Contractor shall complete each commissioning record in the agreed format and shall forward copies of the record to the engineer for review. 8.3.8. The Contractor shall submit within its Monthly Progress Report a complete schedule of his commissioning records showing completion dates, target completion dates and status. 8.3.9. Timing for Reports of Inspection and/or Test The Contractor shall ensure that a signed copy of each report of inspection and test is filed in his filing system within 3 (three) working days of the date of inspection and test. 8.3.10. Quality Control Register: The Contractor shall provide and maintain at all stages of the work a quality control register or registers to identify the status of inspections, sampling and testing of the work and all certificates in accordance with Quality Control Register in Chapter 5. 8.3.11. Summaries of Inspection and/or Test The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer for his information summaries based on each quality control register showing the type and amount of certification received and the inspection and/or testing undertaken on each element of the Works. Such summaries shall reach the Engineer's office before the 7th working day of the month. The summaries shall identify and demonstrate the compliance of such certification, inspection and/or testing as per the requirements of the Contract and shall identify any item which does not conform to the requirements of the Contract. 8.4. Test Equipment and Facilities 8.4.1. The Contractor shall provide all equipment and services required for testing, including, but not limited to: i. Laboratory test instruments ii. Special test equipment, emulators, simulators and test software, to permit full testing of System functions and performance. iii. Other items of the System, specified elsewhere as being part of the Contractor's supply, even if not part of the Subsystem under test. iv.

8.4.2. 8.4.3.

8.4.4. 8.4.5. 8.4.6.

8.4.7.

Consumables.

All test instruments shall be subject to routine inspection, testing and calibration by the Contractor. Details of all test instruments shall be submitted for review by the Engineer and, if required by the Employer or the Engineer, shall be calibrated at the expense of the Contractor by an independent standards laboratory. All test equipment must be capable of operating from the mains supply (230V AC 50Hz). All test software shall be subject to formal quality assurance requirements stipulated elsewhere in the Specification. The Contractor shall ensure that all inspection and test equipment is calibrated in accordance with the specified standards or, if such standards are not applicable to certain test and inspection equipment, with systems and programmes of calibration which have been reviewed without only objection by the Engineer. The Contractor shall ensure that documented evidence of instrument calibration is maintained and made 251 available to the Employer or the Engineer on request. of 795.

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8.5. Witnessing by the Employer and the Engineer 8.5.1. Notice for Trial, Inspection and/or Test to the Engineer --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . In relation to all Quality Control Points and Quality Hold Points involving inspection and/or testing by the Contractor, the Contractor shall give the Engineer notice of when the relevant work will be inspected and/or tested using the form in appendix 5 of this Specification. The period of notice shall be as stated in the PS or such period as in the opinion of the Engineer is reasonable and notified to the Contractor. In the absence of any such statement or notice, a reasonable period of notice shall be given by the Contractor provided that: (1)

in the case of on-Site work, such notice shall be given not less than 72 hours of normal working time before the work is to be inspected and/or tested

(2)

in the case of work carried out off-Site in Chennai, such notice shall be given not less than 5 days before the work is to be inspected and/or tested; and

(3)

in the case of work carried out outside Chennai, such notice shall be given not less than 14 working days before the work is to be inspected and/or tested.

--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- .

In relation to all inspection and/or testing notified by the Contractor, the Employer and the Engineer may elect to witness such inspections and/or tests but the Contractor may proceed with the inspections and/or tests notwithstanding the absence of the Employer or the Engineer or of any response to the said notice. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . If the Contractor is in any doubt whether inspection and/or testing by the Engineer is required as a Quality Hold Point, the Contractor shall request that the Engineer clarifies his requirements prior to submitting the relevant inspection and testing plan for review, and in any event not later than 30 days. 8.5.2. Timing for Inspection and/or Test by the Employer and the Engineer. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall allow the Employer and the Engineer a reasonable time to carry on any inspection and/or testing and to assess the result of any inspection and/or test before proceeding with the Works. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Unless the Engineer‟s prior review without objection has been obtained, all inspections and/or tests to be carried out or witnessed by the Employer and the Engineer shall be carried out between 0800 and 1800 hours. 8.5.3. Failure to Notify the Engineer The Employer or the Engineer may reject the test and test results in question, and require the test to be repeated in the event of any failure by the Contractor to notify the Engineer in accordance with clause 8.5.11 above. 8.6. Failures 8.6.1. The Contractor shall correct all faults found during testing, and shall arrange for the relevant tests to be repeated. The relevant tests shall only be repeated when the fault has been remedied and the equipment demonstrated to function correctly.

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Where remedial measures involve significant modifications that might, in the Engineer's opinion, affect the validity of earlier tests, the Contractor shall repeat the earlier tests and obtain results satisfactory to the Employer and the Engineer before repeating the test in which the fault was first identified. The Employer or the Engineer shall have the right to order the repeat or abandonment of any test in the event that results and demonstrate that the equipment is significantly non-compliant with the Contract. The Employer or the Engineer shall have the right to suspend any test in the event that errors or failures have become unacceptable. The Employer or the Engineer shall also have the right to suspend any test if a fault was detected by the Contractor but not reported to the Engineer within 24 hours of the detection. In this event, the suspension shall remain in effect until reporting has been brought up to date to the satisfaction of the Employer and the Engineer.

8.7. Repeat Tests 8.7.1. The Contractor shall correct and re test every fault detected during the tests. 8.7.2. If the test results of the item under test fails, the provisions of GCC clause 7.5 shall apply

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Chapter 10 10.

THE WORKS AND CARE OF THE WORKS. 10.1. Methods of Construction 10.1.1. The Contractors shall submit the Construction and Installation Plan as stated in the PS of if none is given within 20 days of the commencement date of works and in any case not less than 5 weeks prior to starting the construction of the Works on Site Contractor shall submit to the Engineer the Construction and Installation Plan as specified in Chapter 3 above. 10.2. Temporary Works 10.2.1. Upon receiving a written application from the Contractor, the Engineer may at his absolute discretion consent to certain Temporary Works of a minor nature being exempted from the requirements of this Chapter. Such exemption shall not relieve the Contractor of any of his obligations under the Contract. 10.3. Normal Working Hours 10.3.1. Normal working hours shall be defined as the period between 0700 hours and 1900 hours on all days excluding General Holidays. Work outside normal working hours shall not be carried out unless reviewed without objection by the Engineer and unless the Contractor has obtained any necessary permission or approval from Relevant Authorities. 10.3.2. The Contractor shall inform the Engineer 24 hours, or such shorter period reviewed without objection by the Engineer, in advance of any occasion when work outside normal working hours is proposed. 10.4. Drawings and Schedules 10.4.1. Detailed manufacturing drawing for the Permanent Works shall be submitted to the Engineer for review Moreover these drawings shall be available on the Contractor‟s or his sub-contractor‟s premises if required. The Contractor shall also maintain at the Site a comprehensive and up-to-date set of drawings properly indexed and catalogued, which shall include complete sets of detailed working and where applicable manufacturing drawings and shall permit free access to such drawings by the Engineer at any reasonable time. 10.5. Notification and Inspection of Works 10.5.1. The Works will be the subject of a formalized system of written applications for inspection. 10.5.2. Work that is carried out without being appropriately sanctioned by the Engineer could be classified as defective work. 10.6. Construction Restraints 10.6.1. The Contractor shall design and implement Temporary Traffic Management (TTM) in accordance with the provisions of the Enactments. 10.6.2. The Contractor shall ensure that the design, construction and performance of all Temporary Works and the design and construction of all Permanent Works shall be such that any ground movements in and around the Site will not result in settlement and/or subsidence of the ground that will cause damage to any buildings, structures, rail, roads, footpaths, slopes or utilities.

10.7.

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10.7.1. Unless otherwise reviewed by the Engineer, all work shall be carried out, as near as may be practicable in the circumstances, in dry conditions, except where the work is required to be carried out in or with water or other fluids. 10.7.2. The Permanent Works, including materials for use in the Permanent Works, shall, where necessary and as near as may be practicable, be kept free of water and protected from damage due to water. Water on the Site and water entering the Site shall be disposed of by temporary drainage or pumping systems or by other methods capable of keeping the Works free of water and protected from damage due to water. Traps shall be provided by the Contractor to intercept silt and debris before water is discharged from the Site. 10.7.3. The discharge points of the temporary drainage and pumping systems shall be as those having been reviewed without objection by the Engineer. The Contractor shall make all arrangements with and obtain the necessary approvals and inspections from the Relevant Authorities for discharging water to drains, watercourses etc. The relevant work shall not start until the arrangements for disposal of the water previously reviewed without objection by the Engineer have been implemented. 10.7.4. Measures shall be taken to prevent flotation of new and existing structures. 10.8. Protection from Weather 10.8.1. Work shall not be carried out in weather conditions that may adversely affect the work unless protection by methods reviewed without objection by the Engineer is provided. 10.8.2. The Permanent Works, including materials for the Permanent Works, shall be protected by methods reviewed without objection by the Engineer from exposure to weather conditions which may adversely affect the Permanent Works. 10.9. Protection of Work 10.9.1. Finished work shall be protected by methods reviewed without objection by the Engineer from damage that could arise from the execution of adjacent work. Work shall be carried out in such a manner that work carried out by others, including Government departments, utility undertakings, Relevant Authorities and Project designated Contractors, is not damaged.

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CHAPTER 11 11.

SITE ESTABLISHMENT AND ATTENDANCE 11.1. Use of the Site 11.1.1. The Site shall not be used by the Contractor for any purpose other than for executing the Works or carrying out other work which is associated with the Works and having been reviewed without objection by the Engineer. 11.1.2. Entry to and exit from the Site shall be obtained only at the locations stated in the Contract or other locations having been reviewed without objection by the Engineer. 11.1.3. All materials and equipment stored on Site shall be adequately protected against loss or damage due to any cause such as climatic effects, vandalism, shock and vibration, etc. according to the nature of the articles stored and the local Site condition. 11.1.4. The particular use to which the Site is put shall be submitted to the Engineer for review with the following particulars: (1)

drawings. showing the layout within the Site of the Engineer's and Contractor's accommodation, access roads and major facilities required early in the Contract;

(2)

drawings showing the layout and the construction details of the Engineer's accommodation; and

(3)

proposals for the Contractor's Site accommodation (if applicable) as defined by clause 11.4 below.

11.2. Survey of the Site 11.2.1. On or before the Contractor is granted access to a certain portion of the Site, the Contractor shall carry out a survey jointly with the Other Contractors executing works on that portion of the Site. The Contractor shall advise the Engineer of the date of the joint survey at least 1 week in advance of the date. 11.3. Fences and Signs on the Site 11.3.1. Hoardings, fences, gates and signs on and at the Site shall be maintained in a clean, stable and secure condition. 11.3.2. Project signboards stated in the Contract shall be erected not more than 28 days, or such other period reviewed without objection by the Engineer, after the Commencement Date of the Works. Other advertising signs shall not be erected on the Site unless reviewed by the Engineer. 11.3.3. The permission of the Engineer shall be obtained before hoardings, fences, gates or signs are removed. Hoardings, fences, gates and signs which are to be left in position after Employer‟s Taking Over of the Works shall be repaired and repainted as instructed by the Engineer. 11.4. The Contractor's Site Accommodation 11.4.1. The Contractor's offices, sheds, stores, mess rooms, latrines and other accommodation on the Site shall be maintained in a clean, stable and secure condition. Living accommodation shall not be provided on the Site unless stated in the Contract or having been reviewed without objection by the Engineer. The Contractor's personnel shall not be allowed to live on the Site. 11.4.2. The Contractor shall provide and maintain all necessary offices, sheds, stores, mess rooms, latrines and other accommodation and remove the same from the Site on the Employer's Taking Over of the Works. These shall be to the satisfaction of the Engineer and shall be kept in a clean and sanitary condition. No structure shall be erected by the Contractor within the Site without the 257 of 795.

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written consent of the Engineer and such consent will not relieve the Contractor of the responsibility of siting temporary structures clear of the Works. 11.4.3. A copy of the plan showing the extent and position of all offices, stores, sheds, etc. shall be prepared by the Contractor and retained for inspection in the Site office. 11.4.4. The works area for Contractor's accommodation will be available to the Contractor on dates set out in the PS, Employer's Drawings or Appendix of this Specification. 11.4.5. The Contractor shall not erect or operate canteen and kitchen facilities on the Site except with the consent of the Engineer and, where appropriate, the Relevant Authorities. Any such facilities shall, in particular but without limitation, conform to all regulations and standards to the extent required by the concerned city authorities of Chennai.. 11.5. Site Utilities and Access 11.5.1. Temporary water, electricity, telephone, sewerage and drainage facilities shall be provided for the Engineer's accommodation and for the Contractor's use in carrying out the Works. The Contractor shall make all arrangements with and obtain the necessary approvals from the Relevant Authorities for the facilities. 11.5.2. If, under the Contract, the Contractor is provided with Site utilities and access by any Other designated Contractor under the attendance of the same or another Other Contractor, the Contractor shall ensure that all requirements in terms of use of such facilities, their upkeep and maintenance, etc. are properly observed. If the facilities provided under such attendance are insufficient for the Contractor's bona fide needs, the Contractor shall be solely responsible for providing such additional facilities he may require for the execution of the Works. 11.5.3. Access roads and parking areas shall be provided within the Site as required and shall be maintained in a clean, passable and stable condition. 11.6. Site Facilities for the Engineer 11.6.1. Details of office accommodation, office facilities, equipment transport etc required are given in the PS. 11.6.2. Accommodation & Equipment --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . If required under the Contract, the accommodation to be provided on the Site for the Engineer shall be in accordance with the Contract. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The accommodation shall be maintained in a clean, stable and secure condition and shall be cleaned at least daily. The services of a full-time attendant shall be provided for the Engineer. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Office facilities and equipment provided for the use of the Engineer shall be maintained in a clean and serviceable condition including refreshments, stationeries, printer & cartridges, etc, all consumables shall be replenished when required. Measuring and testing equipment shall be calibrated before it is used and at regular intervals reviewed by the Engineer. Survey equipment shall be maintained by the service agent and shall be regularly checked. Equivalent replacements shall be provided for equipment that is out of service. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The permission of the Engineer shall be obtained before accommodation or equipment is removed. Portable accommodation shall be moved at the times instructed by the Engineer. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The accommodation to be provided for the Engineer is for the exclusive use of the Engineer's staff associated with the Project. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . All accommodation and equipment for the Engineer shall be provided throughout the course of the Works and for so long a period of time during the Defects Liability Period as the Engineer may require. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor's proposals for the construction of the offices shall be submitted for review by the Engineer within 14 days of the Commencement

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Date of the Works and erected within 42 days of the Commencement Date of the Works. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor's attention is drawn to the fact that if directed by the Engineer,resident site staff for the Project shall be allowed use of the Engineer's Site accommodation including the extension of servicing to these resident site staff. 11.6.3. Transport --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The contractor shall provide transport for the Employer and Engineer from the Commencement Date of the Works. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The transport shall be for the exclusive use of the Employer or the Engineer and persons authorized by the Employer or the Engineer and shall be available at all times during normal working hours and at other times when the Contractor is working or when instructed by the Employer or the Engineer The transport shall not be used by the Contractor or other person. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The transport shall be maintained in a clean and serviceable condition and shall be serviced regularly. The Contractor shall provide toll charges, parking fees, taxes, licenses, insurance, fuel, oil and other consumables transport shall be covered by fully comprehensive insurance which includes passenger liability and which allows the vehicle to be driven by any driver. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . A competent English speaking driver shall be appointed and shall be available to drive the land transport when required by the Employer or the Engineer. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Records of journeys shall be kept in logbooks provided by the Engineer. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Equivalent alternative transport shall be provided when the designated transport is unavailable. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The transport shall be provided until the end of the Defects Liability Period or such earlier date as instructed by the Engineer. 11.7. Clearance of the Site 11.7.1. Temporary Works, which are not to remain on the Site after the Employer's Taking Over of the Works, shall be removed on the Employer's Taking Over of the Works or at such other time(s) as instructed by the Engineer. The Site shall be cleared and reinstated to the lines and levels and to the same condition as existed before the Works started except as otherwise stated in the Contract. 11.8. Attendance 11.8.1. Offices for the Employer or the Engineer Unless otherwise stated in the Contract, the Employer or the Engineer may supply his own temporary accommodation on the Site at locations indicated in the Contract or in writing. The Contractor shall afford, provide and maintain free and unhindered access to such Employer or the Engineer's Site offices and parking areas and for the Employer or the Engineer's Site officers, contractors and workmen as may be necessary for installation, inspection, maintenance, repair and removal of the aforesaid Employer or the Engineer's Site offices and the services thereto. 11.8.2. Attendance on the Employer or the Engineer The Contractor shall provide all necessary assistance to the Employer or the Engineer, including adequate and safe means of access to all parts of the Site to assist him in carrying out his duties and responsibilities under the Contract. Such assistance shall not include the provision of full-time attendance upon the Employer or the Engineer. 11.8.3. Attendance on the Commissioner of Rail Safety or other inspecting authorities. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall afford all necessary attendance upon the Commissioner of Rail Safety or other inspecting authorities Inspectorate during their inspections including adequate and safe means of access to appropriate parts of the Site. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- .

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--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall provide all documents necessary for inspection as are requested by the above authorities. 11.8.4. Attendance on Other Contractors. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . the Contractor shall provide general and special attendance on Other designated Contractors who will be carrying out the execution of electrical and mechanical and other works on the Site. Reference shall be made to the PS to determine the full extent of such attendance. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . General attendance shall include but not be limited to providing for accepting deliveries, unloading and storing materials for the Other Contractors on the Site and allowing the Other Contractors space for their site offices, and all reasonable access and facilities for the proper execution of their work including the free use of access roads, craneage, scaffolding, ladders, stores, mess rooms, sanitary and welfare facilities provided that these facilities are normally available on the Site at the time. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall allow the use of his Site services including ventilation, temporary water supply, temporary electricity supply background lighting, pumping, watchmen, etc. by the Other Contractors. The Contractor shall ensure that his Site services referred to above shall be available for use by the Other Contractors until the issue of the Taking Over Certificate for the Works whichever is the later. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Special attendance shall include but not be limited to cutting of holes and other openings, forming chases, providing built-in sleeves, grouting in bolts, anchors, brackets, base plates, frames and the like, including making good to the disturbed work and cleaning after completion of the disturbed work. 11.8.5. Attendance by Other Contractors --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Where provided for under the Contract, the Contractor shall receive attendance from Other Contractors. The Contractor shall ensure that by receiving such attendance, it does not hinder, obstruct or otherwise frustrate the Other Contractor that is providing the attendance in any way. 11.9. Contractor's Equipment 11.9.1. The Engineer reserves the right to order the immediate removal and replacement of any Contractor's Equipment that, in his opinion, is unsatisfactory for its purpose. 11.10. Security 11.10.1. The Contractor shall be responsible for the security of the works area for Contractor's accommodation and shall provide and maintain fencing to all works areas with designated entry /exit parts. The fencing shall be metal panels min. 2m heights and painted as directed by the engineer. Each entry /exit point shall be guarded by security staff on a 24 hrs_ basis and fixed with a lockable gate. The Contractor shall provide adequate training to its security staff to ensure that they are able to discharge their security duties properly. 11.10.2. The Contractor shall establish and maintain contingency plans to cope with emergency situations such as fire, flooding, serious damage to the Works, etc. 11.10.3. The Employer's security staff will conduct inspections and security audits on the Site and the works area for Contractor's accommodation from time to time. The Engineer will give recommendations for improvement arising from the inspections and security audits to the Contractor. However, managing the security of the Site and the works area for Contractor's accommodation remain the Contractor's responsibility. *

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CHAPTER 12 12.

LIAISON WITH OTHERS 12.1. Liaison with Others 12.1.1. The Contractor shall make all necessary arrangements with and obtain the necessary approvals from Government departments, utility undertakings and other duly constituted authorities for the execution of the Works. 12.1.2. The Contractor shall maintain close liaison with Other Contractors and other contractors employed by the Employer, utility undertakings or other authorities who are carrying out work on or adjacent to the Site. The Contractor shall ensure as far as possible that the progress of the Works is not adversely affected by the activities of such other entities. 12.2. Work by Other Contractors 12.2.1. The contractor shall keep note of the works which may be proceeding on various adjacent areas by others include, but is not limited to, those listed in the PS. The Engineer will keep the Contractor informed of forthcoming work by Other Contractors in the proximity of the Site. 12.2.2. The Contractor shall provide reasonable access to such contractors and any other adjacent contractors and shall where necessary liase with the appropriate contractors, utility undertakings and other duly constituted authorities on details of interdependent phasing. The Contractor shall notify the Engineer and other concerned entities at least 14 days in advance should he wish to alter these access arrangements during the course of the Works. 12.3. Interface Management 12.3.1. The Contractor shall co-ordinate with Relevant Authorities and Other Agencies working in the same corridor 12.3.2. The Contractor shall interface and liaise with Other Contractors to ensure the effective and compatible co-ordination of all aspects of the design, installation and testing of the Works. The Engineer shall be kept fully informed at all stages of the Works. Contractors in the execution of the Works. 12.3.3. The Contractor shall assign a person as the interface contact for each Other Contractor to actively manage the progress of each interface to ensure adherence to the jointly developed Interface Management Plan 12.3.4. The Engineer may, at his discretion, attend the Contractor's meetings with Other interfacing Contractors. The Contractor shall give the Engineer a minimum of 7 days notice of all meetings to be held with any Other interfacing Contractors, or 14 days notice if the meeting is to be outside New Chennai. If insufficient notice is given to the Engineer, he may require the meeting to be postponed to a later date to enable him to attend. 12.3.5. The Contractor shall provide the Engineer with two copies of the minutes of all meetings within 14 days of each meeting and also two copies of all correspondence with any Other Contractor. 12.3.6. The Contractor shall attend co-ordination meetings chaired by the Engineer at no greater than monthly intervals to discuss and ensure that designs are correct and that conflicts in E&M services requirements between the Contractor and Other Contractors are identified and resolved. 12.3.7. The Contractor shall co-ordinate his installation activities with the Other Contractors. The Contractor shall ensure that there is no interference to the work of the Other Contractors and shall maintain close co-ordination with Other Contractors working on or adjacent to the Works to ensure that their work can progress in a smooth and orderly manner. 12.3.8. The Contractor shall be given access to the various parts of the Site by the dates relative to the Works Programme defined in the ITT and the PS as Access Dates. The ITT and the PS specify certain Key Dates by which the Contractor

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shall complete certain parts of his Works to enable work to be undertaken by the Other Contractors. These dates may be subject to adjustment by the Engineer in consultation with the Contractor and the Other Contractors to ensure the progress of the Project. 12.3.9. The Contractor's responsibility shall include provision of and receipt from Other Contractors or the Engineer of information required for construction of the Works and the installation of the Works and Contractor's Equipment, insofar as that requirement is specified in or can reasonably be inferred from the Contract. Where the execution of work by a Other Contractor depends upon the Contractor's Site management or upon information to be given by the Contractor, the Contractor shall provide the Other Contractor with either the required services or the correct and accurate information required to enable the Other Contractor to meet his programme for the construction or installation of his works_ 12.3.10. In the event of any disagreement as to the extent of services or information required to be exchanged between the Contractor and a Other Contractor, the Engineer shall determine the requirements and this determination shall be final and binding on the Contractor and the Other Contractor. 12.3.11. The Contractor shall co-ordinate his testing and commissioning activities with the Other Contractors_ The Contractor shall ensure that there is no interference to the work of the Other Contractors and shall maintain close coordination with Other Contractors working on or adjacent to the Works to ensure that their testing and commissioning work can progress in a smooth and orderly manner. 12.4.

Further Details of Interface Management is detailed in Employers Requirement (Part 2 Volume 1)

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Chapter 13 13.

THE SITE

13.1. Access to Site The Contractor will be given access to the Site in accordance with following conditions 13.2. Site Restrictions 13.2.1. The Particular use to which the Site is put shall be submitted to the Engineer for review within 14 days of the Commencement Date of the Works and the Contractor shall: (1)

confine his use of the areas of the Site to purposes having been reviewed without objection by the Engineer who reserves the right to extend amend or restrict the uses to which areas of the Site will be put;

(2)

where required under the Contract provide and maintain fencing and lighting around and within the areas of the Site when or where necessary for the safety and convenience of the public or others or as directed;

(3)

refrain from depositing rubbish or causing nuisance or permitting nuisance to be caused and, except where reviewed without objection by the Engineer, depositing earth on or removing earth from areas of Site;

(4)

on the Employer‟s Taking Over of the Works, or earlier if so instructed by the Engineer, remove all Temporary Works except where permitted and reinstate the areas of the Site to the extent, standards and details indicated in the Contract or as directed by the Engineer;

(5)

refrain from obstructing manholes, utility access points and the like; and

(6)

refrain from felling trees, other than those specifically identified in the Contract to be felled, and refrain from depositing earth around the trunks of trees and protect all trees remaining on Site to the satisfaction of the Engineer.

13.2.2. Work other than that necessary for completion of the Works shall not be carried out on the Site. 13.2.3. While the Contractor is being given access to the Site, he shall provide means of distributing loads imposed by Contractor‟s Equipment and prevent damage to utility services. 13.2.4. Except where otherwise provided, the contractor shall not permit any person to reside on the site. 13.2.5. Unless otherwise stated, the Contractor shall pay all rates and charges of any nature whatsoever arising out of his use of the Site and all work areas provided therein under the Contract. 13.2.6. The location and size of stockpile material, including excavated material within the Site, shall be submitted to the Engineer for review. All stockpiles shall be maintained at all times in a stable condition. 13.2.7. The Contractor shall not allow animals to be brought onto or kept on the Site. 13.2.8. The Contractor's attention is drawn to the Waste Disposal Regulation currently prevalent in Chennai, regarding storage, transportation and disposal of chemical waste. The Contractor's proposed methods and chemicals to be used in cleaning shall be submitted for review by the Engineer.

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13.2.9. No rock crushing or screening facilities shall be set up on Site unless reviewed by the Relevant Authorities and reviewed without objection by the Engineer. 13.3. Site Services 13.3.1. Where required under the Contract, the Contractor shall provide all Site services as necessary and appropriate for the construction of the Works, which shall include, but not necessarily be limited to: (1)

electricity; (see Chapter 18 below)

(2)

water;

(3)

Site communication facilities; and

(4)

temporary drainage and sewage disposal.

13.3.2. The Contractor shall provide such services for use solely in connection with the proper execution of the Works. The Contractor shall comply with all regulations of the utility companies and Government departments concerned. The Contractor shall provide and maintain installations associated with such services and in relation thereto and shall take all reasonable precautions to safeguard the safety and health of all persons and the security of the Site. The Engineer may demand the immediate disconnection or alteration of such installations or portions thereof he considers as being prejudicial to safety, health or security. As soon as any or all of the Contractor's installations are no longer required for the execution of the Works, they shall be entirely removed to the satisfaction of the Engineer. 13.3.3. All installations shall comply fully with all appropriate statutory requirements. Pipes, tubes, ducts or cables crossing highways, footpaths or rights of way shall be ramped over or recessed below the surface. Specific services shall comply with the following:(1)

Electricity :The electricity supply shall comply with the requirements of Chapter 18 below.

(2)

Water : An adequate supply of potable water shall be provided at the Site, including provision to the satisfaction of the Water Authority of any storage tanks so that sufficient potable water is always available for the execution of the Works. Suitable provision shall be made where the Water Authority requires the use of salt water for. flushing purposes.

(3)

Site Communication Facilities : Where required under the Contract, the Contractor shall install efficient means of Site communications including messenger, telephone and, where appropriate, two-way radio to the satisfaction of the Engineer.

(4)

Temporary Drainage & Sewage Disposal :Where required under the Contract, adequate provision shall be made for the discharge or disposal of all water from the site, surplus fluid sewage and waste products and the method of disposal shall be submitted to the Engineer for review. The Site shall be kept well drained and free from standing water. Where existing channels and gullies cannot be maintained, temporary drainage arrangements shall be provided.

13.3.4. The Engineer will instruct the Contractor as to the requirements for Site services to be connected to the Engineer's portable Site accommodation at any given location and the Contractor shall provide and maintain these services during his use of the Site.

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13.4. Site Cleanliness 13.4.1. The Site shall be maintained in a clean and tidy condition. Materials, including materials required for Temporary Works shall be stored in an orderly manner. Rubbish, debris, cement bags, disused formwork and the like shall be disposed of at least once a day and the work area cleaned by flushing with water as necessary so that the Site is kept constantly clean and tidy. Notwithstanding the above, the Contractor shall place rubbish bins at strategic locations about the Site. The Contractor shall throughout the period of the Contract provide a central collection point on Site, as reviewed without objection by the Engineer, for collecting all empty cans, drums, packing and other receptacles capable of holding water. The Contractor shall procure the regular collection and removal of such debris from the Site. After every shift of works, all work areas shall be cleaned and made tidy to the satisfaction of the Engineer. 13.4.2. The Contractor shall ensure that no earth, debris, rock or empty cable drums are deposited on public or private rights of way as a result of the Works, including any deposits arising from the movement of Contractor's Equipment. All roads, both within and external to the Site which are affected by the Works shall be kept in a clean condition by the Contractor. All haul roads shall be regularly graded and watered, as necessary to minimize dust nuisance. 13.5. Prevention of Mosquito Breeding 13.5.1. Measures shall be taken to prevent mosquito breeding on the Site. The measures to be taken shall include the following: (1)

empty cans, oil drums, packing and other receptacles which may retain water shall be deposited at a central collection point and those not required for future use shall be removed from the Site regularly;

(2)

standing water shall be treated at least once every week with an environmental acceptable oil which will prevent mosquito breeding; and

(3)

Contractor's Equipment and other items on the Site that may retain water shall be stored, covered or treated in such a manner that water will not be retained.

13.5.2. Posters in both English and Hindi drawing attention to the dangers of permitting mosquito breeding shall be obtained from the Chennai Government and displayed prominently on the Site, to the requirement of the Enactments. These posters shall be removed on Employer's Taking Over of the Works. 13.6. Prevention of Dust 13.6.1. Work shall be carried out in such a manner that avoidable dust is not generated. Areas of the Site in which dust is likely to be generated shall be sprayed with water regularly. Screens, dust sheets, tarpaulins or other methods reviewed by the Engineer shall be used to prevent generation of dust. Materials, including earthworks material, from which dust may be generated when being transported to or from the Site shall be sprayed with water or covered. The location and size of material stockpiles, including excavated materials within the Site, shall be subject to review by the Engineer. All stockpiles shall be maintained at all times in a safe manner. 13.7. Engineering Conditions for Temporary Land Allocation 13.7.1. The Contractor shall comply with the obligations, requirements and restrictions described in the PS in respect of the Contractor's work areas if any. 13.8.

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13.8.1. Where supplies of electricity, water, compressed air, temporary ventilation, temporary lighting, etc. are installed by the Civil Works Project Contractor for use during construction of the structural components of the Project, these services may be made available to the Contractor for his own use during erection, installation and testing of the Works in accordance with Chapter 18 below. 13.8.2. The Contractor shall supply the Engineer with its requirements (if any) for such services within 90 days of the Commencement Date of the Works. Upon receipt of the Contractor's declaration, the Engineer will ascertain whether any of these requirements can be satisfied by the installations installed by the Civil Works project Contractor. The Engineer will subsequently inform Contractor of the result of these investigations 13.8.3. Where services are required and are not available from the Civil Works Project Contractor, the Contractor shall provide, test, maintain and subsequently remove the services. 13.9. Transportation to Site 13.9.1. The Contractor shall use such routes and rights of entry to the Site as may be decided by the Engineer from time to time. Routes for very large or very heavy loads shall be discussed with the Engineer in advance of the need arising and all arrangements therefor shall be submitted for review by the Engineer. 13.9.2. In this context, the definition of the terms "very large" and "very heavy" refer to articles that cannot be transported by normal road vehicles or be handled by readily available methods. Where doubt exists, it shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to notify and discuss the nature of the load in question with the Engineer in accordance with clause 13.9.1 above. 13.9.3. The Contractor shall comply with the requirements of the Commissioner ofTransport and /or the Commissioner of Police and or any other Relevant Authority regarding any special traffic arrangements that may be necessary. The Contractor's attention is drawn to the Road Traffic (Regulation and Licensing of Vehicles) Regulations and the Road Traffic (Construction and Use) Regulations currently in use at Chennai. 13.9.4. Extraordinary traffic may be moved from docks and between areas of the Siteover public highways only by police escort and on a route and at a time determined by the Relevant Authority. The Contractor shall be responsible for obtaining permission from the Relevant Authorities to move extraordinary loads and traffic and for arranging police escorts as necessary. 13.9.5. The Contractor shall make all arrangements and assume full responsibility for transportation to the Site of all Contractor's Equipment, materials and supplies needed for the proper execution of the Works. 13.9.6. While travelling to and from the Site, the Contractor shall observe all posted speed limits, traffic regulations, stop signs, etc., and adherence to the access route indicated on the Employer's Drawings or as instructed by the Engineer. No employee of the Contractor shall trespass into any part of the Employer's premises other than the Site or the designated route of access. 13.9.7. The Contractor shall ensure that all roads and pavements, etc. leading to and around the Site are kept free from obstructions and shall not cause inconvenience or hindrance to traffic or persons either by its vehicles or by its workmen, scaffolding, plant, materials, equipment, etc. 13.9.8. The Contractor shall repair damage to existing roads, footpaths, steps, cables, sewers, live drains, etc. and shall reinstate any damage caused by the Contractors actions. 13.10. Contractor's Own Rolling Stock 13.10.1. Where the Contractor is to provide rolling stock (either self-propelled or trailing) for use during the installation and testing of the Works, the requirements of clause 13.11 below shall apply. All the Contractor's own rolling stock shall not cause any infringement any 266 where.. of 795.

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13.10.2. The Contractor shall submit full details of any rolling stock that is to be used during the installation and testing of the Works to the Engineer for review within 90 days of the Commencement Date of the Works. Such details shall include a full description and drawings of the rolling stock, details of axle load, stopping distance, fail-safe braking system, kinematic envelope, and operating and maintenance instructions. 13.10.3. The Contractor shall maintain its own rolling stock during the installation and testing of the Works. The maintenance work shall be carried out by qualified and experienced personnel, whose qualifications have been reviewed without objection by the Engineer, in accordance with the maintenance procedures that shall have been reviewed without objection by the Engineer. 13.10.4. Prior to use, and following each maintenance examination, the Contractor's qualified engineer shall certify the Contractor's own rolling stock as fit-to-run. Thereafter, the Contractor's qualified engineer shall issue a registration tag. The expiry date, i.e. the date of the next inspection, shall be shown on the registration tag. The Contractor's own rolling stock shall not be used without a valid registration tag 13.10.5. The Contractor shall establish a maintenance programme for his own rolling stock and shall submit the maintenance programme for review by the Engineer prior to the delivery of his own rolling stock to the Site. The Engineer will periodically inspect the Contractor's own rolling stock to ensure it is properly maintained to the standards set out in the maintenance programme. 13.10.6. If the Contractor's own rolling stock is found to be operating in an unsatisfactory or unsafe condition, it shall be immediately removed until it has been restored to an acceptable condition to the satisfaction of the Engineer. 13.11. Defined Area Working and Works Train Operations 13.11.1. When the Project under construction has been made available for track related electrical and mechanical installation works, the area will be classified as a Defined Area within which Works Trains will be operated. 13.11.2. All persons whose duties require them to work within a Defined Area must observe safety rules and procedures to be provided by the contractor and reviewed without objection by the Engineer. It shall provide procedures and guidance for the safety of all persons in the Defined Area. 13.11.3. The Contractor shall establish communicate the rules and procedures, which shall be published from time to time, to their workers and/or agents on Site, and to ensure all such rules and procedures are being observed in the course of all works and construction activities. 13.11.4. Persons working on or near tracks in a Defined Area, either by themselves or supervising a working party, must be suitably trained and qualified by the Employer or his delegates in the safety provisions of the Works Train Manual. Persons who are not qualified shall not attempt to gain access to the railway tracks unless accompanied by a qualified person. 13.11.5. When overhead lines are energised, EMUs may be running at high speed for testing. No work may be undertaken on either the Up or Down tracks when test trains are running. Procedures for gaining access to the energised track will be detailed in the Works Train Manual. The Contractor shall make requests for gaining access to the energised track at the weekly Works Train Meetings.

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CHAPTER 14 14.

HEALTH AND SAFETY

Details of Safety Health & Environment Policy / Clauses for this work is available in Part 2 Volume 3. The Specification below shall need to be read in conjunction with the same. 14.1. Health and Safety Philosophy 14.1.1. The health, safety and welfare of all personnel working on the Project, the general public and the avoidance of damage to property are of paramount importance to the Employer. Prime consideration shall be paid to construction activities to ensure that all operations shall be conducted in such a manner so as to eliminate the risks to persons and property. The Contractor shall treat safety measures as the first priority in all his activities with respect to executing the Works. 14.1.2. The Contractor will be issued the following CMRL documents: Corporate Safety Standards, Safety Policy, Safety Plan, Safety Procedure Rule Book and Joint Operating Procedure as they become available. These documents set out the minimum standards to be achieved by the Contractor but do not relieve the Contractor of his liabilities and obligations under the Enactment_ Where there is a discrepancy in the documents, the higher or stricter standards shall be applied. 14.1.3. The engineer will issue to the contractor the Employer's project safety manual And any revised version thereof as may from time to time be produced by the Employer. The contractor shall comply with the requirements of the Project Safety Manual provided by the standards set out in the project safety manual shall be regarded as the minimum to be achieved an shall not relieve the contractor of any of his statutory duties of his responsibilities under the contract. 14.1.4. The provisions of the Contract regarding safety shall apply and to be binding upon the Contractor for any part of the works and the person employed as subcontractor of any tier. The contractor shall ensure that the requirements of the contract in respect of safety are included in all sub-contracts placed by him. 14.1.5. The Engineer reserves the right to order the immediate removal and replacement of nay item of Contractor's Equipment or Temporary Works which in his opinion, is unsatisfactory for its purpose or is in unsafe condition. 14.2. Health and Safety Management 14.2.1. The Contractor shall be fully responsible for safety on the Site, for the Works, his personnel, sub-contractors' personnel, the public domain and all persons directly or indirectly associated with the Works, on or in the vicinity of .the Site. 14.2.2. The Contractor shall submit reports, notices and information to Government bodies where is a statutory requirement to do so 14.2.3. The Contractor shall and will ensure that, his sub-contractors of any level, all persons employed by him on the Site and any person authorized by him to be on the Site shall comply in every respect with the provisions of relevant statutory requirements and the Employer's safety documents as listed in clause 14.1.2 above. 14.2.4. The provisions of the GS regarding health and safety shall apply to the Contractor and his sub-contractors of any level for any part of the Works. 14.2.5. The Contractor shall ensure that proper and adequate provisions to ensure compliance are included in all sub-contracts placed by him and into all subcontract documentation. 14.2.6. The safety standards of the sub-contractors are to be properly assessed prior to the placing of contracts and the Contractor shall employ only subcontractors with a track record of maintaining the highest safety standards.

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14.2.7. The Engineer reserves the right to order the immediate removal and replacement of any item of Contractors equipment or temporary works, which in his opinion, is unsatisfactory for its purpose or is in an unsafe condition. 14.3. Legislation, Codes of Practice, Standards, etc. 14.3.1. The Contractor shall comply with all current and future Enactments, Codes of Practice and Safety Guides approved by the NCT of Chennai and National Government relating to the Works. 14.3.2. Where identified specifically in the GS and due safety Project Manual, Indian Standards are also to be complied with. 14.4. Breach of Health and Safety Obligations 14.4.1. Serious or repeated breaches of the Employer's safety documents as listed in clause 14.1.2 above, statutory regulations, or other disregard for the health and safety of any person, may be reasons for the Engineer to exercise his authority to require the removal from the Site of any employee of the Contractor or a subcontractor of any level 14.4.2. Once removed from the Site at the request of the Engineer, that person shall neither be re-employed on the Contract, nor allowed on the Site or on any other CMRL related project. 14.4.3. The Engineer shall have the right to order the suspension of any or all of the Contractor's activities where the Engineer considers that to continue such activity or activities may pose a hazard to the safety of persons or property 14.4.4. Where the Engineer orders such suspension as described in clause 14.4.3 above, such suspension shall continue until the Contractor has satisfied the Engineer that satisfactory corrective action has been taken to eliminate the d, the subject of the suspension 14.5. Contractor’s Health and Safety Documentation 14.5.1. Outline Safety Plan For the purpose of this clause- "Outline Safety Plan" means the Contract specific safety plan forming part of the tender setting out in summary form the Contractor's proposed means of complying with its obligation in relation to safety and industrial health, and "Site Safety Plan" means the site safety plan including all the supplements thereto, or any amended or varied version thereto, as submitted by the contractor in accordance with this clause and consented by the Engineer. 14.5.2. Site Safety Plan --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall devise and implement a Site Safety Plan developed from the Outline Safety Plan submitted and developed during the Tender period. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Site Safety Plan shall fully comply with the Health and Safety requirements of the Project conditions and proposed work activities, the GS, the Employer's Safety documents as listed in clause 14.1.2 above and all relevant Enactment, Regulations, Codes of Practice, Safety Guides and relevant Indian Standards. The plan shall be prepared and submitted to the Engineer for review within 30 days of the date of Notice to Proceed. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Site Safety plan should contain as a minimum those items set out in the following clauses of the GS.The Site safety plan shall include detailed policies, procedures and regulations which, when implemented, will ensure compliance with this clause 14.5.2 . The Site Safety Plan shall include but not be restricted to: a) A statement of the Contractor's policy, organization and arrangements for safety, health and welfare; b)

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c)

The number of safety staff who would be employed on the works, their responsibilities, authority and line of communication with the proposed contractors agent.

d)

A statement of the contractors policy and procedures for identifying and estimating hazards, and the measures for addressing the same;

e)

A list of safety hazards and health hazards anticipated for this contract and sufficient information to demonstrate the contractors proposals for achieving effective and efficient health and safety procedures;

A description of the training courses and emergency drills which would be provided by the contractor, with an outline of the syllabus to be followed. g)

Details of the safety equipments which would be provided by the contractor, including personal protective equipment;

h)

A statement of the contractors policy and procedures for ensuring that contractors equipment used on the project site are maintained in .a safe condition and are operated in a safe manner;

i)

A statement of the contractors disciplinary procedures for ensuring that subcontractors comply with the contractors safety plan.

j)

A statement of the contractors disciplinary procedures with respect to safety related matters, and

k)

A statement of the contractors procedures for reporting and investigating accidents, dangerous occurrences or occupational illness. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The contractor shall from time to time as necessary or required by the Engineer produce supplements to the Site Safety Plan such that it is at all times a detailed, comprehensive and contemporaneous statement by the contractor or its site safety and industrial health obligations, responsibilities, policies and procedures (under the laws of India or as stated in this clause or elsewhere in the contract) relating to the work on site. Any and all submissions to the Engineer of supplements to the Site Safety Plan shall be made in accordance with the agreed procedures --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . If at any time the safety plan is, in Engineer opinion insufficient or requires revision or modification to ensure the security of the works and the safety of all workmen upon and visitors to the site the Employers Representative may instruct the contractor to revise the Safety Plan and the contractor shall within fourteen days submit the revised plan to Engineer for review. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The contractor shall adhere to the Site Safety Plan and shall ensure, as far as practically possible, the all sub-contractors of all tiers require that contracting parties each have a copy of the Site Safety Plan and comply with its provisions --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The contractor shall provide all necessary access, assistance and facilities to enable the Employer Representative and the Employer to carry out surveillance to verify that the site Safety Plan is being properly and fully implemented. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The contractor shall provide its sub-contractors with copies of the Site Safety Plan and shall incorporate into all sub-contract documentations provisions to ensure the compliance with such plan at all tiers of the sub-contracting. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The contractor shall, unless the Engineer consent in writing is given, require all sub-contractors to appoint a safety representative who shall be available on the site throughout the operational period of the respective sub-contract. In the event of the Engineer consent being given, the Safety Officer or Safety Staff, without prejudice to of their duties and responsibilities, shall ensure, as far 270 795.

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as is practically possible, the employees of sub-contractors of all tiers and conversant with appropriate parts of the Site Safety Plan and the statutory regulation. 14.5.3. Sub-Contractors documentation --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Contractor's and his Sub-Contractors health and safety documentation shall be consistent. As new sub-contractors are mobilized on site the hall ensure that each is issued with copies of the Corporate Safety Documents and each sub-contractor complies with the established health and safety documentation procedures. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer for review a Works specific copy of his Health and Safety Manual and his Health and Safety Plan for review within 30 days of the Commencement Date of the Works. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall provide his sub-contractors with copies of the Health and Safety Manual and the Health and Safety Plan, risk assessments and method statements. 14.5.4. Health and Safety Manual --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor's Health and Safety Manual shall contain the procedures required for carrying out the work activities on the Project and is to be regularly reviewed and up-dated to reflect changes to work practice and changes to Enactment. Copies of proposed changes are to be submitted to the Engineer for review prior to inclusion and implementation. 14.5.5. Risk Assessments --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall carry out a detailed risk assessment covering the occupational health and safety aspects of the Works. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The documentation arising from this exercise shall contain a comprehensive schedule of all perceived risks and the proposed resolution or mitigation measures necessary to reduce these risks to a minimum. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The results of such assessments shall be recorded and the records kept for inspection by the Engineer. 14.5.6. Method Statements --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . In order to ensure that health and safety has been properly considered at the planning stage, the Contractor shall submit to the Engineer for review, detailed method statements for each construction task as the Engineer requires. The contractor shall produce and implement a permit to work system for all high risk operations. The permit to work system shall be submitted to the Engineer for consent before application. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Method statements shall be logical construction guides designed for the use by the Engineer on Site. They shall contain a detailed risk assessment, which shall include the task or operation, a hazard analysis and methods for preventing injury, including personal protective equipment and any pertinent safety measures to be adopted.. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Detailed programme showing what method statements will be written and when they will be submitted shall be produced and submitted to the Engineer within 30 calendar days of the Commencement Date of the Works or at a date reviewed by the Engineer. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Method statements shall be reviewed by the Engineer prior to any work commencing on the task described. Accordingly, the Contractor shall ensure that such statements are prepared in sufficient time to allow a review before the proposed programmed start date for the relevant task. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Before formal issue to the Engineer, the engineer in charge of the described works and the Contractor's authorised representative shall sign the method statement. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . After review by. the Engineer, a copy will be held in the safety office to facilitate monitoring of the work and a further copy shall be given to the engineer supervising the work. The original shall be retained in the Contractor's files for audit purposes.

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14.6. Contractor's Safety Arrangements 14.6.1. Co-ordination of work activities --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall ensure that work is to be co-ordinated throughout the Project to ensure that the activities of one group of workers does not affect the safety of another group, e.g., scaffolders working above cable layers, etc., --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Daily meetings are to be held to co-ordinate the work activities and permits to work are to be issued as and when required. 14.6.2. Safety inspections --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall conduct formal, documented Site safety inspections (at least once a month) which are to be attended by the Contractor's most senior Site staff and safety staff. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . A report of each safety inspection shall be made and shall include the actions taken to resolve any problems or shortcoming discovered during the inspection. The report shall be made available for audit purposes and be discussed at the relevant meetings --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . A comprehensive health and safety inspection check-list for the use of the Contractor's Site staff when inspecting the Site is to be formulated and submitted for review by the Engineer. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The checklist shall indicate the standard to be achieved on any particular aspect of health and safety and be compiled in such a way that allows the inspector to enter his or her actual findings for comparison against the said statement and subsequent rectification. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . When completed, the checklist shall be kept for record purposes and be made available to the Engineer for audit purposes. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . A grading system is to be established which grades the area inspected as either "Very Good", "Good", "Acceptable", "Poor" or "Un-acceptable". --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Where an area receives a grading below "Acceptable", immediate action is to be taken to rectify the problems raised and a further audit shall be conducted after 7 days to assess the conditions. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor is to advise the Engineer of the date of the monthly inspection. The Engineer may send a representative to assess the thoroughness of the inspection. 14.6.3. Safety audits --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor will be subject to the Employer's Safety Performance Measurement Scheme, which is based upon a series of audits carried out or to be carried out, the extent, scope and at a frequency determined by the Engineer, to measure the Contractor's compliance with the provisions of the Employer's safety documents as listed in clause 14.1.2 above, the Enactments, Contractor's Health and Safety Manual and Site Plan. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Employer's audit will be graded as follows: "Very Good", "Good", "Acceptable" or "Un-acceptable". --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Where the Contractor receives a grading of "Un-acceptable", immediate action shall be taken to rectify the problems raised and a follow up audit shall be conducted within 30 days to assess conditions and ensure that remedial action has been taken. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall continue to be audited, every 30 days, until such time as a grade of "Acceptable" or above has been achieved. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Employer's auditors shall be used for the follow up audit(s) and the Contractor shall be liable for the full costs incurred of all additional follow up audits. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall conduct regular (at least every 3 months) internal safety audits on both the safety management system and the physical Site conditions. The internal safety audits shall be performed to the same criteria and using the same grading and benchmarking as the Employer's audits. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The internal safety audits shall be conducted by person(s) reviewed without objection by the Engineer, who are qualified and competent to carry out

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safety audits. The documentation generated by the audit process, including score sheets, shall be made available to the Engineer for audit purposes. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The internal safety audits shall include the work of sub-contractors of all levels. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall advise the Engineer of the date of the internal safety audit. The Engineer may send a representative to assess the thoroughness of the internal safety audit. 14.6.4. Reporting of accidents incidents and dangerous occurrence --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall notify the Engineer immediately of any dangerous occurrences or accidents, which result in death, serious bodily injury or incapacity for more than 3 days. Such initial notification may be verbal but shall in any event be followed by a preliminary written report, in a format reviewed without objection by the Engineer, within 24 hours of the occurrence/accident and a detailed written report shall be submitted within 7 days. Copies of all accident, incident and dangerous occurrence reports shall be kept on file and made available for audit purposes. 14.6.5. Monthly reports --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall as part one of each Monthly Progress Report, submit a Site Safety Report duly signed by the Contractor‟s director responsible for the Contract. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Site Safety Report shall comprehensively address all relevant aspects of occupational safety and health and shall contain certain standard forms and information, as directed by the Engineer, for statistical analysis. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall submit reports or accident analysis, in a format reviewed without objection by the Engineer, as and when required by the Engineer. 14.6.6. Safety staff --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . the contractor shall appoint a Safety Officer whose duties through out the period of the contract shall be entirely connected with the safety and industrial health aspects of the Contractors activities on the site. The safety officer shall be suitably qualified and experienced person who shall supervise and monitor compliance with the site safety plan. The safety officer shall, in particular but without limitation, carry out auditioning of the operation of the site safety plan in accordance with a rolling program to be submitted, from time to time, the Engineer for his consent The Safety officers appointment shall be within twenty eight (28) days of the date of acceptance of Tender and shall be subject to the Engineer written consent. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The contractor shall not undertake any works on the site until the safety officer has commended duties in Chennai unless the Engineer has specifically consented in writing. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Without prejudice to the generality under clause of the General conditions of contract, the contractor shall not remove the Safety officer from the site without the express permission of the Engineer within fourteen (14) days of any such removal or notice if intent of removal, the contractor shall nominate a replacement Safety Officer for the Engineer consent. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The contractor shall provide the safety officer with supporting staff in accordance with the staffing levels set out in the site safety plan. The supporting staff shall include at least one (1) Deputy Safety officer whose appointments shall be subject to the Engineer consent under similar criteria to those contained under clause --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- above. The Deputy Safety Officer as contained in the Site Safety Plan whenever necessary. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The contractor shall empower the safety officer and safety staff to instruct employees of the contractor or of its sub-contractors of any tiers to cease operations and take urgent and appropriate action to make safe the site and prevent unsafe working practices or other infringements of the site safety plan or the statutory regulations. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The contractor shall ensure that the safety officer maintains a daily site safety diary, such diary comprehensive 273 of 795. recording all relevant matters concerning

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site safety, safety inspections and audits, safety related incidents and the like. The site safety diary shall be reviewed and signed on a weekly basis by the site agent and shall be available at all times for inspection by the Engineer. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The contractor staff organization plan shall show direct lines of communication and reporting between the safety officer and the site agent and between the safety officer and the director responsible for the contract. The contractor shall instruct and require the site agent and the Director responsible to be directly accountable in all matters concerning site safety 14.6.7. Safety promotion and incentive schemes --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall actively promote and encourage the standards of health and safety on the Site and implement safety incentives and award schemes at all levels of management, supervisors, foremen, workers, etc. The Contractor shall be able to demonstrate to the Engineer that this requirement is being carried out to the Engineer's satisfaction. 14.6.8. Safety information --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall display in each of his Site offices, workshops and canteens a copy of the document on "A Guide to the Construction Sites (Safety) Regulations" published by the Government or a similar approved document. This document shall be translated into languages, which are understood by labour engaged by the Contractor or sub-contractors. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall ensure that safety, rescue and occupational health matters are given a high degree of publicity to all persons, regularly or occasionally on Site. Posters in English, Hindi and other languages understood by the workers, drawing attention to Site safety, rescue and occupational health, shall be made or obtained from appropriate sources and shall be displayed prominently in relevant areas of the Site. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Posters in both English and Hindi drawing attention to safety shall be obtained from the National Safety Council and displayed prominently throughout the Site. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall keep on Site a complete and up-to-date set of all relevant occupational health and safety legislation, relevant Codes of Practice and any relevant guides and safety pamphlets published by the National Safety Council. 14.6.9. Safety meetings --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall establish a monthly Site Safety Management Committee to formally review the safety management on the project and monitor the implementation of the site and Safety Plan. The most senior site manager shall act as chairman of this committee with members of the Engineer's staff attending as appropriate. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Attendance from the Contractor shall include, but not be limited to, the Senior Manager on Site and the Safety Manager/Officer/Supervisor and representatives from all sub- Contractors. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall act without delay upon such decisions or recommendations as may be made by the committee on matters of health and safety. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Engineer as appropriate may invite representatives from third parties. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall establish a tier of monthly safety meetings and shall ensure that all level of staff, all disciplines and all work areas are covered so that the dissemination of information is carried through to all levels of staff and workers. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Minute of all tiers of Contractor safety meetings shall be issued to the Engineer for information. 14.6.10. Safety training --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall ensure that induction training courses shall be provided for construction site workers or equivalent. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The induction course shall be conducted by suitably qualified persons and repeated at six month274 intervals. of 795.

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--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . All workers must receive induction training before they are allowed to commence work on the Site. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor is to issue all Site workers with a Site pass once they have attended the induction course. The pass is to include the worker's name, HK, photograph, types of courses attended and expiry date of the card (maximum 6 months). The pass is to be carried at all times when on the Site. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall keep records of such training for health and safety audit purposes. Upon completion of their training, the Contractor's Site staff shall sign a copy of their assigned safety responsibility statement, which shall be kept by the Contractor for audit purposes. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor is to report the number of training sessions and employees trained each month, at the Site Safety Management Committee meeting and in the Monthly Progress Report. 14.6.11. Alcohol and drugs --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall ensure that alcoholic drinks, drugs and other substances, which may impair judgement, are not sold, introduced or consumed on the Site. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall ensure that his personnel and those of his subcontractors of any tier, are not under the influence of alcohol or any substance which may impair judgement whilst on the Site or otherwise engaged in the execution of the Works. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall immediately remove or cause to be removed from the Site any person employed by the Contractor or his sub-contractors of any tier who is found to be under the influence of alcohol, drugs or any other substance which may impair judgement. Such person shall not be employed again in connection with the Works or on the Project without the prior consent of the Engineer. 14.7. Site Conditions 14.7.1. Emergency procedures and facilities --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall establish and implement emergency procedures which detail the organization of rescue and/or damage limitation teams to deal with emergency situations on the Site such as, but not limited to, fire, loss of power, monsoon, flooding, stranding or the evacuation of a seriously injured person(s) from, a remote or difficult Site location, etc. The emergency procedures shall specify what equipment is needed, where it will be located and who is responsible for its maintenance 14.7.2. First aid facilities --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall provide, or have access to, sufficient first aid provisions, including trained personnel and facilities appropriate to the Site conditions. Arrangements for transporting the injured (ambulance, stretcher, etc.) shall be provided. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . A Nurse or trained First-Aider is required at all times at the Site of working. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall maintain a register of all persons attending the clinic or receiving first aid treatment. Records are to be in a comprehensive format and shall be kept for audit purposes. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . First aid kits, up to the standards required by the appropriate authority-shall be carried in supervisor's vehicles and made available where work is in remote areas. 14.7.3. Lifting appliances and lifting gear --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The contractor shall provide and maintain safe mechanical cranes. Hoists and conveying facilities for the lifting and transport of materials and shall comply with all relevant requirements of IS 807 code of practice for the design and manufacturing testing and commissioning of cranes. All cranes, hoists and the like shall be fitted with audible overload warning devices. All such equipments shall be regularly maintained in accordance with manufactures recommendations and standards having regard to local legislation and recommendations 275 of 795. from the appropriate statutory authority.

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--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Prior to use on site, all lifting appliances and lifting gear shall be tested to an approved safety margin and suitably identified in accordance with the requirements of the current legislation. The test certificates shall be submitted to the Engineer for review prior to the use of such equipment on site. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The safe working load shall be clearly and indelibly marked on all lifting appliances and lifting gear either by stamping or by the addition of permanently secured tag labels. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The contractor shall prepare and maintain an up-to-date register containing test certificates of all lifting and hoisting equipment used on the works. The contractor shall notify the Engineer the person responsible for maintaining this register. The register shall, form the commencement of construction, be available on site for inspection by the Engineer and relevant Authorities. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Competent operators with certificates certifying that the proposed operator has received training in the general principles of crane operation and specific training in the type of lifting of hoisting equipment he is required to operate shall be provided for the control of all lifting and hoisting equipment. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . A system is to be devised and implemented, such as colour coding, to identify the expiry of the certification of lifting appliances and lifting gear. This system is to be displayed in the cabs of all lifting appliances. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . A trained banksman shall be in attendance at each lifting appliance or hosting operation --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The banksman shall be equipped with a radio link to the crane or hoist operator and shall be easily identifiable from other workers. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The operators of shaft hoisting gear shall be in communication with the top and bottom of the shaft and each intermediate landing. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . All crane hooks and other lifting devices used on or around the Site shall be fitted with a safety catch or other device to stop the lifting gear being detached. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The safe working load shall be clearly and indelibly marked on all lifting equipment, either by stamping or by the addition of permanently secured tag labels. Stamping shall not be permitted on any stress bearing part. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Slings, shackles and such-like equipment used in lifting shall be colour coded for identifying lifting gear which require re-inspection or disposal. 14.7.4. Fire precautions --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Chennai Fire Service prevention and ire safety act and any relevant regulations made there under and other requirements laid down in the Specification or as laid down from time to time by the Engineer shall be observed at all times. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall thoroughly assess the risk of fire throughout the Site and shall develop a comprehensive fire control strategy as a part of the Site Safety Plan, which will extend to all aspects of the Works. The fire control strategy shall be discussed regularly and reviewed with the Engineer. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Adequate and suitable fire extinguishers are to be positioned throughout the Site, with particular attention paid to offices, flammable storage areas, workshops, etc. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Adequate and suitable fire extinguishers are to be provided at all hot work locations. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall ensure that all persons on the Site are trained in and undergo regularly refresher courses in the use of fire extinguishers. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Fire points are to be clearly designated. 14.7.5. Dangerous goods, hazardous substances --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall obtain the requisite licenses for the manufacture storage, handling and use of all dangerous goods. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall ensure that all explosives, compressed gases, petrol and other dangerous substances, shall be stored and handled in accordance with the relevant legislation.

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--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Before being brought on to Site, any materials proposed by the Contractor shall be assessed by the Contractor for their occupational health and environmental compatibility. Any material that is toxic, explosive or inflammable or may otherwise create a hazard shall, whenever possible, be replaced by a less hazardous product. Where this cannot be done, the Contractor shall conduct a risk analysis and produce a method statement specifying the safe method of use and all associated precautions including personal protective equipment. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . All hazardous substances and dangerous goods brought onto the Site shall be entered into a Site register. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall ensure that material safety data sheets are available and issued to workers, for all hazardous substances brought onto the Site. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall make adequate provision for the storage and disposal of waste oils, de-greasing agents, etc. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Flash back arrestors and pressure gauges shall be fitted to all oxygen and acetylene cylinders. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Oxygen and acetylene cylinders shall be stored and used in a vertical position and be transported upon a trolley or in cage. 14.7.6. Radiation protection --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The use of radioactive substances and radiating apparatus shall comply with the government regulatory requirements and all subsidiary legislation. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Operations involving ionising radiation shall only be carried out after having been reviewed without objection by the Engineer and shall be carried out in accordance with a method statement. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Each area containing irradiating apparatus shall have warning notices and barriers, as required by the Regulations, conspicuously posted at or near the area. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Radioactive substances will be stored, used or disposed shall be strictly in accordance with the Government Enactments. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall ensure that all Site personnel and members of the public are not exposed to radiation. 14.7.7. Excavations and floor openings --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Before the commencement of any excavation work, sufficient information shall be obtained from the utility companies to identify the locations of buried services. Buried services are to be located using a cable detector, digging hand dug trial pits and by reference to the relevant drawings, before mechanical digging takes place. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Excavations shall be carried out by trained and experienced workers who shall be fully instructed on the possible dangers and safety precaution to be taken, before work is commenced. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Engineer shall be notified immediately of any damage or interruption to a utility. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . A Permit to Dig system shall be established and implemented prior to excavation starting. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall ensure that all temporary covers/decking to the trenches and barriers at the edges of excavations are safe and securely installed at all times, especially during adverse weather conditions --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Where there is a danger to the public, extra care must be taken to properly cover all temporary openings and adequately put barrier and sign on the excavation site. Flashing warning lights, signs and adequate lighting is to be installed where required. 14.7.8. Site Transport --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall ensure that all Site vehicles are regularly maintained and kept in a safe condition with fully working brakes, lights, exhaust,windscreen, windows and doors, etc --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Each vehicle, piece of plant or machinery shall be uniquely and clearly identified and registered for maintenance purposes.

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--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . When instructed by the Employer or the Engineer, the Contractor will remove any vehicle from the Site that is not up to the required standards. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor will remove from the Site immediately any vehicle that is beyond repair. The Site shall not to be used as a scrap yard. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor is to ensure that only vehicles fitted with seats with backrests and seat belts are used as Site transport. If required by law the carrying of passengers in vehicles that have not been fitted with seat belts is strictly prohibited. No person shall ride in the back of vehicles not legally authorized to carry passengers. Drivers of vehicles permitting this practice are to be warned for a first offence then removed from the Site for the second offence. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The speed limit on the Site is to be restricted to 5 Kmph and signs displayed advising drivers of the limits imposed. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Speed bumps are to be located at strategic points throughout the Site to enforce the speed limits. 14.7.9. Driving/operator‟s licenses --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Drivers of vehicles and operators of the Contractor's Equipment shall hold the necessary license group for the vehicle or plant they are driving/operating Where no such license group exists, drivers/operators shall have an equivalent group and undertake training in the vehicle/plant given by the Contractor's plant department. Records of the training given are to be retained. 14.7.10. Personal protective equipment (PPE) --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall make available on Site at all times adequate provision of safety equipment including, but not limited to, safety helmets, goggles, eat protectors, safety belts, respiratory protection, safety equipment for working in sewers, drains and enclosed spaces, equipment for rescue from drowning, fire extinguishers, first aid equipment and other necessary safety equipment. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall ensure that safety footwear and safety helmets are worn at all times by all persons on site. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . High visibility vests shall be worn at all times when in the tunnels. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Persons shall sign for all PPE being issued and a register shall be kept recording the issue. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . A suitable dry, clean and well-ventilated area shall be provided for the storage of the PPE. 14.7.11. Tunnel and underground work --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall establish and implement a tagging system, which shall clearly and accurately record the number of persons entering and leaving the tunnel, their name, Company and ID card no. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . All work associated with tunnels shall be performed in accordance with BS6164 --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall ensure that there is sufficient clean airflow, to the requirements of BS6164, at all times. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Before entry into such areas, remote atmosphere monitoring shall be carried out to ensure that adequate ventilation and a breathable atmosphere exist. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . No person shall enter such areas unaccompanied and without adequate ventilation being in operation. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . All diesel-driven plant used underground shall be provided with efficient and properly maintained catalytic converters. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Petrol driven plant or machinery shall not be used in any underground working. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . No person under the age of 18 years shall enter or work in the tunnels or confined spaces.Hot work will only be carried out under the control of a Hot Work Permit --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Paint, thinners or flammable gasses shall not be stored in the tunnels or in confined spaces. 14.7.12. Ladders, temporary access

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--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall provide, register, maintain and use only ladders, which are purchased as proprietary products, on the Site. Site made ladders are not to be used under any circumstances. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . All ladders shall be free from patent defects, secured against movement and installed in accordance with the relevant Codes of Practice_ --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Wooden access steps with handrails are to be installed and maintained as 'access where the use of mobile access staircases are impractical. 14.7.13. Temporary Works --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall appoint an engineer as a Temporary Works Coordinator. His duties shall include, but not limited to, checking and certifying the design of all Temporary Works prior to erection and loading, ensuring that the erection work is carried out in accordance with the design, compiling a Temporary Works register, completing a suitably designed form or certificate which is to be displayed on the Temporary Works to display that it has been inspected and is safe to load. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Temporary Works Co-ordinator shall not be the same person who designed the Temporary Works. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Suspended, cantilever, bracket type scaffolding or working platforms are to be designed, certified and inspected by an independent Engineer, who may be the temporary Works Co-ordinator, prior to loading. 14.7.14. Temporary buildings, sheds, workshops, etc., --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . No temporary structure is to be erected without the consent of the Engineer. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Except where consent is obtained from the Engineer, no person shall reside on the site. 14.7.15. Temporary electricity --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Temporary electricity supplies shall comply with Chapter 18 below. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Switchbox/distribution box construction shall be robust, corrosion proof, water proof and be of coated metal and shall be mounted on an integral frame at least 1000mm off the ground. In coming cables shall be secured by a waterproof gland. 14.7.16. Housekeeping --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contract shall clean the ite area on a daily basis and maintain it in a safe, tidy and sanitary condition. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Sufficient waste bins are to be provided throughout the area of work and a daily disposal regime is to be established and implemented. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor is responsible for enforcing the standards of housekeeping of its sub-contractors and their areas of work. 14.7.17. Site services --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall provide, maintain and ensure the installation to the required standards, of all services entering and being used on Site. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . All Government and utility company regulations and requirements shall be complied with. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . 'The Engineer may require the immediate termination or alteration to an installation if he considers that they are prejudicial to safety or health. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The Contractor shall ensure that services used on the Site are so designed that there is no possibility of the users of such services surrounding the Site, being affected by loss of supply, contamination, power surges, etc. 14.7.18. Contractors Equipment --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . the contractor shall produce policy and procedures for ensuring that all his plant and equipment used on the works site is maintained in a safe condition and is operated in a safe manner.

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CHAPTER 15 15.

DAMAGE AND INTERFERENCE 15.1. Damage and Interference 15.1.1. Work shall be carried out in such a manner that, as far as is practicable, there is no damage to or interference with the following, other than such damage as is necessitated to enable the execution of the Works: (1)

watercourses or drainage systems;

(2)

utilities;

(3)

structures, roads including street furniture, or other property;

(4)

public or priyate vehicular or pedestrian accesses;

(5)

trees, graves or burial urns; and

(6)

existing railways and railway systems.

The Contractor shall obtain prior approval of the concerned authority or party, if so required, for any work near properties under their ownership or management. The Contractor shall inform the Engineer as soon as practicable of any item, utility or thing which is not stated in the Contract as requiring diversion, removal or relocation but which the Contractor considers as requiring diversion, removal or relocation to enable the Works to be executed. The Contractor shall not divert, remove or relocate any such item, utility or thing without such diversion, removal or relocation having been reviewed without objection by the Engineer. 15.1.2. Items which are damaged or interfered with as a result of the Works being carried out and items which are diverted, removed or relocated to enable the Works to be carried out, shall be reinstated to the same condition as existed before the Works started or 4o such condition as may be reviewed without objection or instructed by the Engineer. 15.1.3. The Contractor shall excavate by hand where damage may be caused by the operation of mechanical plant adjacent to any utilities 15.1.4. Except with the prior approval of the Chennai Fire Services, no damage or interference with existing fire hydrants and valves shall be caused. 15.1.5. Prior to trench excavation, the Contractor shall carry out investigations to locate utilities by means of hand-dug, inspection pits. The locations and number of inspection pits required in meeting the Contractor's obligations to establish the location of existing utilities and underground features shall be determined by the Contractor. The Contractor shall note that many existing pipes/ducts/cables may not be shown in the records kept by the utility undertakings, and may only be exposed as the excavation proceeds. The trench excavation shall be carried out by hand where there are utilities.adjacent to or within the excavation works and the Contractor shall have allowed in his programme the time required for the exposing, temporary support and diversion of these recorded or unrecorded utilities should any pipes/ducts/cables or cover tiles be exposed, the respective utility undertaking shall be contacted to determine if all the utilities have been located. Cover tiles and utilities shall only be removed by the utility undertakings concerned. 15.1.6. Where the Engineer has conducted utility and ground investigation on behalf of the Employer, the Contractor may obtain the data obtained from the investigations from the Engineer in accordance with clause 1.8.2 above and subject to the condition of clause 15.3 below. 15.2. Watercourses and Drainage Systems

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15.2.1. The track contractor will take over clean drainage system from the viaduct contractor under record and the clean drainage system will be handed over back to viaduct contractor under record. Existing watercourses and drainage systems shall be temporarily diverted as required to enable the Works to be carried out. Particulars of the proposed diversions shall be submitted to the Engineer for review at least 14 days before the relevant work starts. Diversions shall be constructed to the satisfaction of the Engineer with such alignment and in such manner that the flow is discharged adequately and effectively without causing flooding or erosion to the adjacent area. The diversions shall be maintained while the work is being carried out and shall be reinstated, including the removal of any obstructions to flow, as soon as practicable after the work is complete. 15.2.2. Measures shall be taken to prevent excavated material, silt or debris from being deposited in existing drainage systems, watercourses or the river. 15.2.3. Under no circumstances shall foul sewage flow be diverted into existing stormwater drains and vice versa. 15.2.4. The Contractor shall adequately maintain the existing drainage and sewerage systems at all times including removal of solids in sand traps, manholes, gullies and streambeds. 15.2.5. The Contractor shall discharge water surface run-off from the Site into storm drains via adequately designed sand/silt removal facilities such as sand traps, silt traps and sediment basins. Channels or sandbag barriers shall be provided on Site to properly direct the storm water to such silt removal facilities. The Contractor shall remove all silt, which may have accumulated in the drainage or sewerage systems whether within the Site, or not. If at any time such provisions prove to be ineffective, the Contractor shall take such additional measures as the Engineer deems necessary. 15.2.6. Water pumped out of the trenches under construction shall be discharged into storm drains after the removal of silt in silt removal facilities. 15.2.7. The Contractor shall maintain the silt removal facilities, channels and manholes and remove the deposited silt and grit regularly, at the onset and after each rainstorm to ensure that these facilities are functioning properly at all times. 15.2.8. No obstruction to flow is to be left in position longer than is necessary for carrying out the Works. The Contractor shall ensure that adequate provisions are made for dealing with increased flow of water during the wet season. 15.2.9. The Contractor shall keep interruption or disturbance to the public due to the diversion works to a minimum. 15.2.10. If any mechanical equipment is required for the foul sewage diversion work, the Contractor shall suggest and provide precautionary measures to mitigate against consequences of breakdown of the equipment. 15.2.11. The Contractor shall at all times ensure that all existing stream courses and drains within and adjacent to the Site are kept safe and free from any debris and any excavated materials arising from the Works. The Contractor shall ensure that chemicals and concrete agitator washings are not deposited in watercourses. 15.2.12. The Contractor shall be responsible for the Temporary Works involved in training, diverting, or conducting of open streams or drains intercepted by the Works and the Site, for the maintenance of the Temporary Works and waterways as required by the Engineer, and for reinstating these to their original courses on Employer's Taking Over of the Works, when and where in the opinion of the Engineer such action is desirable. 15.2.13. The Contractor shall take all necessary precautions to prevent water entering upon or being discharged from the Site, from entering upon the works of adjacent contractors or adjacent properties. 15.2.14. The Contractor shall provide where necessary temporary water courses, floodwalls, flood gates, ditches, drains, pumping or other means of maintaining the Works and the Site free of water. 15.3. Utilities 282 of 795.

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15.3.1. The details of existing utilities are given by the employer for information only and the accuracy of the details is not guaranteed. The Contractor shall make his own enquiries and shall carefully excavate trial holes to locate accurately the utilities indicated to him by the utility undertakings. 15.3.2. Temporary supports and protection to utilities shall be provided by methods reviewed without objection by the Engineer. Permanent supports and protection shall be provided if instructed by the Engineer. 15.3.3. The Contractor shall inform the Engineer and the utility undertakings without delay of the following: (1) (2) (3) (4)

damage to utilities; leakage of utilities; discovery of utilities not shown on any drawings; and diversion, removal, repositioning or re-erection of utilities which required to enable the execution of the Works.

15.3.4.

The Contractor shall take all steps necessary to enable the utility undertakings to proceed in accordance with the programme agreed between the Contractor and the utility undertakings under clause 2.2.2 above. The Contractor shall maintain close liaison with the utility undertakings and shall inform the Engineer of any delays in works by the utility undertakings. 15.3.5. The Contractor shall keep records of existing utilities encountered on the Site and a copy provided for the Engineer. The records shall be submitted for review by the Engineer and shall contain the following details: (1)

location of utility;

(2)

date on which utility was encountered;

(3)

nature and size of utility;

(4)

condition of utility; and

(5)

temporary or permanent supports provided.

15.3.6. The Contractor shall co-ordinate the activities of the utility undertakings in connection with the diversion of utility services necessary for the execution of the Works. 15.3.7. The Contractor shall set up and manage a Utilities Liaison Group for the duration of the Contract. The Group shall meet at a frequency to be as instructed by the Engineer but at least once a month, and shall discuss and resolve matters associated with utility undertakings on programming, coordination and action. The Contractor shall ensure that all relevant utility undertakings and the Engineer are represented at the meetings. 15.3.8. The Contractor shall inform the Engineer of the date, time and place of every meeting with utility undertakings and he shall copy all correspondence and minutes of meetings to the Engineer. 15.3.9. The programme for any section of work to be carried out by a utility undertaking shall be confirmed in writing by the Contractor to the utility undertaking no more than four weeks and no less than one week before the agreed scheduled start date for that section of Works, such confirmat ion to be notified to the Engineer. 15.3.10. The Contractor shall monitor the progress of utility undertakings against the agreed programmes and shall notify the Engineer of any slippage to these programmes. The agreed programmes shall mean those programmes agreed in writing by the Contractor and the various utility undertakings described283 in 15.3.9 of 795.above.

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15.3.11.

In the event of any such slippage, the Contractor shall prepare and execute a plan of action with the relevant utility undertaking to redress the slippage. Such a plan may, if necessary, include provision of Contractor's labour resources, materials and/or plant to the utility undertaking. 15.3.12. The Contractor shall ensure that the peak particle velocity and amplitude of ground movement due to temporary sheet pile driving for trench excavation or any other construction activities, as measured by a vibrograph at all water mains within or adjacent to the Site shall not exceed the values specified in GS

Type of structure or installation

Peak particle velocity Vibration (mm/s) amplitude (mm) 13

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Water mains &

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15.3.13.

Hand digging method shall always be employed where there are utilities adjacent to or within the trench excavation works. Portable mechanical tools may be used but shall be restricted to the breaking of the pavement surface. Due care shall be exercised to prevent damage to the underground cables, water pipes, gas pipes or other utility installations. 15.3.14. Exposed utility installations shall be adequately supported and protected from accidental damage. 15.3.15. Smoking and use of naked flames shall be prohibited if gas pipes are present, or pipes the use of which are not identified are present. 15.4. Structures, Roads and Other Property 15.4.1. The Contractor shall immediately inform the Engineer of any damage to structures, roads or other property that is not required for the execution of the Works. 15.4.2. The Contractor shall use every reasonable means to prevent any of the highways or bridges connecting with, or on the routes to, the Site from being damaged by any traffic of the Contractor or any of his sub-contractors of any tier and the Contractor shall, in particular, select routes, choose and use vehicles and restrict and distribute loads so that the moving of Temporary Works, Permanent Works and Contractor's Equipment from and to the Site shall be organized as far as reasonably possible so that no unnecessary damage or injury may be occasioned to such highways and bridges. The Contractor shall in selecting such routes take advice from and follow the instructions of the Commissioner for Transport and other Relevant Authorities of GNCTD and GOI. 15.4.3. Should the Commissioner for Transport or any other Relevant Authority or the Contractor be of the opinion that it should be necessary to move one or more loads of Temporary Works, Permanent Works or Contractor's Equipment over a highway or bridge the moving of which is likely to damage any highway or bridge unless special protection or strengthening is carried out then the Contractor shall, before moving the load on to such highway or bridge, give notice to the Engineer of the weight and other particulars of the load to be moved and request the protection or strengthening of the said highway or bridge. If within 14 (fourteen) days of receipt of such notice the

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Engineer directs in writing that such protection or strengthening is unnecessary then the Contractor may move the said load or loads over the said highway or bridge but otherwise the Contractor shall not move the said load or loads until notified by the Engineer of the route which he may use. 15.4.4. If during the execution of the Works or at any time thereafter the Contractor shall receive any claim arising out of the execution of the Works in respect of damage or injury to highways or bridges he shall immediately report the same to the Engineer and thereafter the Employer shall negotiate –the settlement of and pay all sums due in respect of each claim and shall indemnify the Contractor in respect thereof and in respect of all claims, demands, proceedings, damages, costs, charges and expenses whatsoever in relation thereto. Provided always that if and so far any such claim or part thereof shall in the opinion of the Engineer be due to any failure on the part of the Contractor to observe and perform his obligations under clauses 15.4.2 above and 15.4.3 above, the amount certified by the Engineer to be due to such failure shall be paid by the Contractor to the Employer 15.4.5. Where the nature of the Works is such as to require the use by the Contractor of water borne transport, the foregoing provisions of this Clause shall be construed as though "highway" includes any river or other structure related to, on or beneath a waterway, and "vehicle" includes craft, vessels or platforms and shall be read and construed accordingly.1 15.4.6. If in the course of or for the purposes of the execution of the Works or any part thereof any highway or road or way shall have been damaged, broken or broken into then notwithstanding anything herein contained: (a) If the permanent reinstatement of such highway or road or way is to be carried out by the appropriate Relevant Authority or by some person other than the Contractor or any subcontractor of any tier to him, the Contractor shall: (i)

at his own cost and independently of any requirement of or notice from the Engineer' be responsible for the temporary reinstatement of such highway, road or way and the making good of any subsidence or shrinkage or other defect, imperfection, settlement or fault in the temporary reinstatement of such highway, road or way and for the execution of any necessary repair or amendment thereof from whatever cause the necessity arises until the end of the Defects Liability Period in respect of the part of the Permanent Works beneath or over such highway, road or way or until the Relevant Authority or such other person as aforesaid shall have taken possession of the highway, road or way for the purpose of carrying out permanent reinstatement, whichever is the earlier; and

(ii)

indemnify and save harmless the Employer against and from any damage or injury to the Employer or claims by third parties arising out of or in consequence of any neglect or failure of the Contractor to comply with the foregoing obligations or any of them, and against and from all claims, demands, proceedings, damages, costs, charges and expenses whatsoever in respect thereof or in relation thereto; and

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(b) as from the end of such Defects Liability Period or the taking of possession of such highway, road or way referred to in clause 15.4.6(a)(i) above whichever shall first happen, the Employer shall indemnify and save harmless the Contractor against and from any damage or injury to the Contractor arising out of or in consequence of or in connection with the said permanent reinstatement or any defect, imperfection or failure of or in such permanent reinstatement and against and from all claims, demands, proceedings, damages, costs, charges and expenses whatsoever in respect thereof or in relation thereto.

15.4.7. Where the Relevant Authority or other person referred to in clause 15.4.6 above shall take possession of the highway, road or way as aforesaid in sections or lengths, the responsibility of the Contractor under clause 15.4.6 above shall cease in regard to any such section or length at the time at which possession thereof is so taken. But shall during the continuance of the said Defects Liability Period continue to be responsible for any section or length of which possession has not been-taken and the indemnities given by the. Contractor and Employer respectively under clause 15.4.6 above shall be construed and have effect accordingly. 15.5. Access 15.5.1. Alternative access shall be provided if interference with existing public or private vehicular or pedestrian access is necessary to enable the execution of the Works. The arrangements for the alternative access shall be as reviewed without objection by the Engineer. The permanent access shall be reinstated as soon as practicable after the work is complete and the alternative access shall be removed as soon as practicable after it is no longer required. 15.6. Trees and Other Similar Obstructions 15.6.1. Trees which are to be retained or which are not required to be removed in order to carry out the Works, shall be protected from damage at all times b y methods reviewed without objection by the Engineer. Materials, including excavated materials, shall not be banked around such trees and they shall not be trimmed or cut without having been reviewed without objection by the Engineer. 15.6.2. If any trees or other obstructions are required to be removed during the execution of the Works which are not specifically required to be removed or otherwise catered for, the Contractor shall draw the attention of the Engineer to them and shall not remove them without having received a notice of no objection from the Engineer. 15.7. Noise Control on Works Site 15.7.1. All Contractor‟s Equipment shall be effectively “sound-reduced” by means of silencers, mufflers, acoustic sheds or screens to levels prescribed in relevant Noise Control Ordinance and measured outside the nearest occupied property or to the satisfaction of the Engineer. The Contractor shall provide details of proposed noise control measures to the Engineer for review prior to the use of any Contractor‟s Equipment on the Site. 15.7.2. Provided that the provisions of this Paragraph shall not be applicable in the cast of emergency work necessary to save life or property or for the safety of the Works or in the cast of blasting operations necessitated by urgency and reviewed by the Engineer. 15.7.3. The Contractor shall provide a sound level meter (as specified in Appendix of this Specification), reviewed without objection by the Engineer, for the exclusive use of the Engineer at all times during the Continuance of the Contract.

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15.8. Spoil Disposal 15.8.1. The Contractor shall make his own enquiries and arrangements regarding the location and the availability of spoil disposal areas and reclamation and shall pay all costs of complying with all regulations and requirements of Relevant Authorities in connection with the use of such areas. These areas are not within the control of the Employer and no claims will be entertained in respect of non-availability of a particular area or changes " in the costs of arrangements for the use thereof. 15.8.2. The Contractor shall be responsible for all necessary liaison to ensure compliance with the requirements of unproductive disposal of any surplus excavated rock or soft material which is suitable for filling 15.8.3. The Contractor shall conform to all pertinent Environmental Protection Ordinances and be liable for any breach of such Ordinances committed by himself and/or his sub-contractors during the disposal of surplus excavated material and water from the Site.

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS

Details of Safety Health & Environment Policy / Clauses for this work is available in Part 2 Volume 3. The Specification below shall need to be read in conjunction with the same. 16.1. GENERAL 16.1.1. The Contractor shall conform to the Indian Environmental Laws and codes as applicable. The current national standards established by the Ministry of Environment and Forest, Government of India and other government agencies for control of environmental pollutants such as air, water, noise and visual impacts/aesthetics shall be followed for compliance during project construction. 16.1.2. The Contractor shall comply with all enactments and their amendments, which shall include but are not limited to: 1. Environment Protection Act,1986 2. Air (Prevention and control of Pollution) Act,1981 3. Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act,1974 4. Notification on Control of noise from DG sets,2002 5. The Noise pollution (Regulation & Control) rules, 2000 6. The Hazardous Waste (Management & handling) Rules, 1989 7. Manufacture, storage and Import of hazardous chemicals Rules,1989 8. Regulation on Recycling of Waste Hazardous Materials 9. Batteries (Management & Handling) Rules, 2001 10. Chennai Tree Preservation Act (1994) 11. Requirements of Chennai Urban Arts Commission and Central Vista Committee 16.1.3. The provisions listed herein regarding Environmental Protection shall apply to and be binding upon the Contractor for any works on the site and the persons employed by sub-Contractors. The Contractor shall ensure that proper and adequate provisions to this end are included in all sub-contracts placed by him. 16.1.4. The provisions of this Appendix however, shall not be applicable in the case of emergency works necessary for saving of life and property or safety of the Works. 16.1.5. The Contractor has been issued with the Employer's Environmental Quality Management Manual. Within 20 weeks of notification of acceptance of the Tender, the Contractor shall submit for review by the Employer's Representative, a draft of his own contract specific Site Environmental Plan based on the environmental protection requirements contained in this chapter and on the Employer's Environmental Quality Management Manual and his construction methodology. He shall submit a final version prior to the commencement of the works. 16.1.6. This contract specific Site Environmental Plan of the Contractor, as referred to in Chapter 3 above, shall be consistent with the provisions of the Environmental Management Plan outline, as given in the Employer's Environmental Quality Management Manual. 16.1.7. On account payment to be made after three months of issuance of Letter of Acceptance shall be released, if site environmental plan has been submitted by the contractor and approved by Employer's Representative. Otherwise Rs.1,50,000 (Rupees one lac fifty thousand as lump sum amount shall be with held from running bill till compliance of the above.

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16.1.8. The Contractor shall ensure that audits of all the activities detailed in his Site Environmental Plan are carried out at weekly intervals or at such intervals as the Employer's Representative may require to ensure the continuing effectiveness and compliance with the Site Environmental Plan. The Contractor shall make available on request any document, which relates to his recent internal audits. 16.1.9. For closure of Non Conformance Report, expeditious action shall be taken by the contractor for compliance and the contractor shall ensure closure of nonconformance report within 15 days of its issue. In case of non-closure of report, an amount of Rs.20, 000/- (Rupees Twenty thousand only) shall be with held from running on account bill for every non-closure of report till the same is closed satisfactorily. 16.1.10. The Employer's Representative may conduct quarterly Audits of the Contractor's Site Environmental Plan and its effective implementation on the works site. One-week notice will be given by the Employer's Representative before proceeding with the audit. During the audit by the Employer's Representative, the Contractor shall- provide suitably qualified staff to accompany the auditor. 16.1.11. Milestone payments will be achieved for successful quarterly audits for which the Employer's Representative has issued a "Notice of No Objection" or a "Notice of No Objection subject to...." 16.1.12. The contractor shall carry out its own Environmental Audits after four months of issuance of Letter of Acceptance and every three months thereafter. Submission of Environmental Audit Report duly reviewed and accepted by Employer's Representative along with action taken shall be ensured within one month of due date of such audits. Otherwise a lump sum amount of Rs. 1.00 lac (Rupees one lac) shall be recovered for each failure from running bill and this shall not be refunded. 16.2. HOUSEKEEPING 16.2.1. The Contractor shall take all precautions to avoid any nuisance arising from his operations. This shall be accomplished, wherever possible by suppression of nuisance at source rather than abatement of the nuisance once generated. 16.2.2. Following site clearing and before construction of its contracted activ ities, the Contractor shall remove all trash and debris. 16.2.3. The Contractor shall ensure that the work place is as far as practicable, maintained in a neat and tidy manner. The materials for use and tools and tackles shall be stacked and stored in a manner that is safe and does not cause obstruction to movement of men and machines at site. 16.2.4. The Contractor shall maintain the worksite free of trash, garbage and debris. He shall provide and ensure proper uses of refuse containers to ensure that rodents, flee and other pests are not harbored and attracted These may be metal or heavy-duty plastic 'Refuse Containers' with tight fitting lids for disposal of all garbage or trash associated with food. 16.2.5. The containers shall not have openings that allow access by rodents. The refuse containers shall be kept upright with their lids shut tight. These containers shall be emptied at-least once daily by the Contractor to maintain site sanitation 16.2.6. To keep the area free of litter and garbage, specific locations shall be designated for consuming food and snacks to prevent random disposal of waste. All waste shall be deposited in the refuse containers described in (16.2.5) above. Suitable notice shall be deployed prominently for strict compliance of these requirements. 16.2.7. Separate containers shall be used for non-biodegradable and reusable/recyclable wastes and properly labelled. 16.2.8. Measures shall be taken to prevent mosquito breeding at site. The measures to be taken shall include: 289 of 795.

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(a) empty cans, oil drums, packing and other receptacles which may retain water shall be deposited at a central collection point and shall be removed from the Site regularly; (b) still waters shall be treated at least once every week with oil in order to prevent mosquito breading; (c) Contractor‟s Equipment and other items on the Site which may retain water shall be stored, covered or treated in such a manner that water could not be retained. (d) Water storage tnks shall be suitably provided. (e) Posters in both Hindi and English, which draw attention to the dangers of permitting mosquito breeding, shall be displayed prominently on the site. 16.3. AIR QUALITY 16.3.1. The Contractor shall take all necessary precautions to minimize fugitive dust emissions from operations involving excavation, grading, clearing of land and disposal of waste. He shall not allow emissions of fugitive dust from any transport, handling, construction or storage activity to remain visible in atmosphere beyond the property line of emission source for any prolonged period of time without notification to the Employer's Representative. 16.3.2. The Contractor shall use construction equipment designed and equipped to minimise or control air pollution_ He shall maintain evidence of such design and equipment and make these available for inspection by Employer's Representative. 16.3.3. If after commencement of construction activity, Employer's Representative believes that the Contractor's equipment or methods of working are causing unacceptable air pollution impacts then these shall be inspected and remedial proposals shall be drawn up by the Contractor, submitted for review to the Employer‟s Representative and implemented. 16.3.4. In developing these remedial measures, the Contractor shall inspect and review all dust sources that may be contributing to air pollution. Remedialmeasures include use of additional/ alternative equipment by the Contractor or maintenance/modification of existing equipment of the Contractor. 16.3.5. Dust generating materials shall be: (i) Transported in closed containers or covered trucks. (ii) Loaded and unloaded in closed systems or wind protected areas. (iii) Watered as appropriate to minimise dust production. 16.3.6. Contractor's transport vehicles and other equipment shall conform to emission standards fixed by Statutory Agencies of Government of India from time to time at Chennai. The Contractor shall carry out periodical checks and undertake remedial measures including replacement, if required, so as to operate within permissible norms. 16.3.7. In the event that approved remedial measures are not being implemented and serious impacts persist, the Employer's Representative may direct the Contractor to suspend work until the measures are implemented, as required under the Contract. 16.3.8. The Contractor shall cover loads of materials, debris and soil transported from construction sites. All trucks carrying loose material should be covered and loaded with sufficient free- board to avoid spills through the tailboard or sideboards.

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16.3.9. The Contractor shall be responsible for ensuring that no earth, rock or debris is deposited on public or private right of way as a result of his operations, including any deposits arising from the movement of loaded/unloaded trucks and/or other construction vehicles. In the event of it happening, the contractor shall clean the public/private right of way to the satisfaction of Employer's Representative_ 16.3.10. The Contractor shall make his own arrangements for water for purposes stated in above clauses and wherever it may be required to control air pollution, dust and debris. 16.3.11. The Contractor shall establish and maintain records of routine maintenance program for internal combustion engine powered vehicles and equipment used on this project. He shall keep records available for inspection by Employer's Representative. 16.3.12. The Contractor shall promptly transport all excavation disposal materials of whatever kind so as not to delay work on the project_ Stockpiling of materials will only be allowed at sites designated by the Employer's Representative. 16.3.13. The Contractor shall protect structures, utilities, pavements, public and private right of way and other facilities from disfiguration and damage due to contractor's activities including movement of construction equipment and machinery_ Should this happen, he shall make good the damage and remedy the situation to the satisfaction of the Employer's Representative. 16.3.14. The Contractor shall place excavation materials in the dumping/disposal areas designated in the plans as given in the specifications. 16.3.15. The temporary dumping areas shall be maintained by the Contractor at all times until the excavate is re-utilized for backfilling or as directed by Employer's Representative. 16.3.16. The Contractor shall place material in a manner that will minimise dust production. Material shall be stabilised each day and wetted, to minimise dust production. 16.3.17. During dry weather, dust control methods must be used daily especially on windy, dry days to prevent any dust from blowing across the site perimeter. 16.3.18. The Contractor will make water sprinklers, water supply and water delivering equipment available at any time that it is required for dust control use. 16.3.19. Dust control activities shall continue even during any work stoppage. 16.3.20. At each construction site, the Contractor shall provide storage facilities for dust generating materials and shall be: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)

Closed containers/bins or; Wind protected shelters or; Mat covering or; Walled.

Or any combination of the above to the satisfaction of the Employer's Representative. 16.3.21. The Contractor shall submit to the Employer's Representative an Air Monitoring and Control Plan (AMCP) under contract specific Site Environmental Plan to guide construction activity at work sites insofar as it relates to monitoring, controlling and mitigating air pollution. Air monitoring devices used for such monitoring shall be inspected, calibrated, maintained and used in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. 16.3.22. For the above tunnel works, Suspended Particulate Matter (SPM) shall be monitored, at three locations for two 24-hour samples, every fifteen days. Number of locations can be795. increased or decreased by the Employer's 291 of

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Representative depending on the extent of construction activity and its proximity to air sensitive receptors. Permissible values for SPM shall be the recorded base line values or national standards, whichever is higher. 16.3.23. For its activities within the confined spaces, the contractor shall monitor flammable gases, oxygen, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulphide, oxides of nitrogen, and aldehyde. The contractor shall also monitor for any other poisonous gas that the Employer's Representative shall deem appropriate and necessary. 16.3.24. Air monitoring in confined spaces shall be carried out as often as necessary, however, the duration between two sets of readings shall not be more than 4 hours. 16.3.25. Within the confined spaces, air shall be considered unfit for workmen to breathe if it contains any of the following: (i) Less than 19.5% and more than 22% oxygen by volume. (ii) More than 0.5% carbon dioxide by volume. (iii) More than 0.01% carbon monoxide by volume. (iv) More than 0.001% hydrogen sulphide by volume. (v) More than 0.003% oxides of nitrogen. (vi) More than 0.5% of methane at any place in the tunnel (vii) More than 0.0005% of aldehyde

16.3.26.

Any other poisonous gas in harmful amounts. A record of all air quality monitoring containing location, date, time, substance, monitoring results and name of person conducting the tests shall be maintained by the contractor and made available for inspection by the Employer's Representative.

16.4. WATER QUALITY 16.4.1. The Contractor shall comply with the Indian Government legislation and other State regulations in existence in Chennai insofar as they relate to water pollution control and monitoring. 16.4.2. The Contractor shall provide adequate precautions to ensure that no spoil or debris of any kind is pushed, washed, falls or deposited on land adjacent to the site perimeter. 16.4.3. In the event of any spoil or debris from construction works being deposited on adjacent land any silt washed down to any area, then all such spoil, debris or material and silt shall be immediately removed and the affected land and areas restored to their natural state by the Contractor to the satisfaction of the Employer's Representative. 16.4.4. Due to lowering of potable water supplies in Chennai and subsequent contamination of ground water, the Contractor is not allowed to discharge water from the site without the approval of the Employer's Representative. The Contractor must comply with the requirements of the Central Ground Water Board for discharge of water arising from dewatering. Any water obtained from dewatering systems installed in the works must be either re used for construction purposes and this water may subsequently be discharged to the drainage system or, if not re-used, recharged to the ground water at suitable acquifer levels. The Contractor must submit his proposals for approval of Employer's Representative, on his proposed locations of dewatering of excavation and collection of water for either construction reuse or recharge directly to acquifers. The Contractor's recharge proposals must be sufficient for recharging of the quantity of water remaining after deduction of water re-used for construction. 16.4.5. The Contractor shall at all times ensure that all existing stream courses and drains within, and adjacent to the site are kept safe and free from any debris and any excavated materials arising from the Works. The Contractor shall ensure that earth, bentonite, chemicals, any mud slurry from drilling or 292 of 795.

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grouting and concrete agitator washings etc. are not deposited in the watercourses and not discharged into the drainage system unless treatment is carried out that will remove silt, mud particles, bentonite etc. but are suitably treated and effluents and residue disposed off in a manner approved by local authorities 16.4.6. All water and waste products (surface runoff and wastewater) arising on the site shall be collected and removed from the site via a suitable and properly designed temporary drainage system and disposed off at a location and in a manner that will cause neither pollution nor nuisance. 16.4.7. The Contractor shall discharge wastewater arising out of site office, canteen or toilet facilities constructed by him into sewers after obtaining prior approval of agency controlling the system. A wastewater drainage system shall be provided to drain wastewater into the sewerage system 16.4.8. The Contractor shall take measures to prevent discharge of oil and grease during spillage from reaching drainage system or any water body. Drips pans, placed on hard surface shall be used to store oil/grease drums. 16.5. NOISE 16.5.1. General 1. The Contractor shall consider noise as an environmental constraint in his design, planning and execution of the Works. The Contractor shall, at his own expense, take all appropriate measures to ensure that work carried out by the Contractor and by his sub-Contractors, whether on or off the Site, will not cause any unnecessary or excessive noise which may disturb the occupants of any nearby dwellings, schools, hospitals, or premises with similar sensitivity to noise. 2. Without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing, noise level reduction measures shall include the following: (a)

(b)

3.

4.

the Contractor shall ensure that all powered mechanical equipment used in the Works shall be effectively sound reduced using the most modern techniques available including but not limited to silencers and mufflers. the Contractor shall construct acoustic screens or enclosures around any parts of the Works from which excessive noise may be gener .ated. The Contractor shall ensure that, as far as ambient noise is concerned, noise generated by work carried out by the Contractor and his sub-Contractors during day time and night time shall not exceed the background noise levels by 10dB(A) or more when measured at a point outside the premises of the location of the source. When background noise levels are not available, the permissible noise levels shall meet the requirements as given in the Environmental Quality Management Manual. The same may be varied from time to time by and at the sole discretion of the Employer's Representative. In the event of a breach of this requirement, the Contractor shall immediately re-deploy or adjust the relevant equipment or take other appropriate measures to reduce the noise levels and thereafter maintain them at levels which do not exceed the said limits. Such measures may include without limitation the temporary or permanent cessation of use of certain items of equipment. For ambient noise level compliance, number of monitoring locations shall be atleast four. Number of locations can be increased or decreased by the Employer's Representative depending on the extent of construction activity and its proximity to noise sensitive receptors. The other noise monitoring requirements shall be as given in the Employer's Environment Quality Management Manual.

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For noise emanating from generators run with diesel, notification dated 17th May 2002 under Environmental (Protection) Act,1986 shall apply which require acoustic treatment or acoustic enclosure such that insertion loss of 25d13(A) is obtained or ambient noise standards are met, which ever is on the higher side.

16.5.2. Protection against the effects of occupational noise exposure shall be provided when the sound levels exceed those shown in Table of this section when measured on the A-scale of a standard sound level meter at slow response. 16.5.3. When employees are subjected to sound levels exceeding those listed in Table of this section, feasible administrative or engineering controls shall be utilized. If such controls fail to reduce sound levels within the levels of the table, personal protective equipment shall be provided and used to reduce sound levels within the levels of the table.

16.5.4. If the variations in noise level involve maxima at intervals of 1 second or less, it is to be considered continuous. In all cases where the sound levels exceed the values shown herein, a continuing, effective hearing conservation program shall be administered. 16.5.5. When the daily noise exposure is composed of two or more periods of noisebexposure of different levels, their combined effect should be considered, rather than the individual effect of each. Exposure to different levels for various periods of time shall be computed according to the formula as given below F e = (T 1 / L 1 ) + (T 2 / L 2) + ..+ (T n L n) where: Fe = The equivalent noise exposure factor. T = The period of noise exposure at any essentially constant level. L = The duration of the permissible noise exposure at the constant level (from Table). If the value of F e exceeds unity (1) the exposure exceeds permissible levels.

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16.5.6. A sample computation showing an application of the above formula is as follows. An employee is exposed at these levels for these periods: 110 db A 1/4 hour. 100 db A 1/2 hour. 90 db A 1 1/2 hours. Then,

Fe = (1/4/1/2) + (1/2/2) + (1 1/2/8)

Fe = 0.500 + 0.25 + 0.188 Fe = 0.938 Since the value of Fe does not exceed unity, the exposure is within permissible limits. 16.5.7. Construction material should be handled and transported in such a manner as not to create unnecessary noise as outlined below. 16.5.8. Under the Contract, the Contractor shall: Perform Work within the procedures outlined herein and comply with applicable codes, regulations, and standards established by the Central and State Government and their agencies. 1. Keep noise to the lowest reasonably practicable level. Appropriate measures will be taken to ensure that construction works will not cause any unnecessary or excessive noise, which may disturb the occupants of any nearby dwellings, schools, hospitals, or premises with similar sensitivity to noise. Use equipment with effective noise suppression devices and employ other noise control measures as to protect the public. 2. Schedule and conduct operations in a manner that will minimize, to the greatest extent feasible, the disturbance to the public in areas adjacent to the construction activities and to occupants of buildin gs in the vicinity of the construction activities. 3. The Contractor shall submit to the Employer's Representative a Noise Monitoring and Control Plan (NMCP) under contract specific Site Environmental Plan. It shall include full and comprehensive details of all powered mechanical equipment, which he proposes to use during daytime and nighttime, and of his proposed working methods and noise level reduction measures. The NMCP shall include detailed noise calculations to demonstrate the anticipated noise generation by the Contractor. 4. The NMCP prepared by the Contractor shall guide the implementation of construction activity. The NMCP will be reviewed on a regular basis and updated as necessary to assure that current construction activities are addressed. It shall appear as a regular agenda item in project coordination meetings. 16.5.9. Vibration Level Limits The vibration level limits at historical sites adjacent to the alignment shall conform to revised version of the German Standard (DIN 4150). The scheme for monitoring vibration level at these historical sites shall be submitted to Employer's Representative for his approval. The scheme shall include: (1) Monitoring requirements for vibrations at regular intervals throughout the constriction period. (2)

pre-construction structural integrity inspections of historic and sensitive structures in project activity.

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effects, quality control measures and precautions to be used.

16.6. WASTE 16.6.1. The Contractor shall handle waste in a manner that ensures they are held securely without loss or leakage thus minimising potential for pollution. 16.6.2. The Contractor shall remove waste in a timely manner. Scrap and waste material shall be removed and disposed off at landfill sites after obtaining approval of Conservancy and Sanitation Engineering Department of Municipal Corporation of Chennai for its disposal. 16.6.3. Burning of wastes is prohibited. The Contractor shall not burn debris or vegetation or construction waste on the site but remove it in accordance with (2) above.. 16.6.4. The Contractor shall maintain and clean waste storage areas regularly. 16.6.5. If encountered or generated as a result of Contractor's activity, then waste classified as hazardous under the "Hazardous Wastes (Management & Handling) Rules, 1989" and chemicals classified as hazardous chemicals under "Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous Chemical Rules,1989 of Environment (Protection) Act,1986 'shall be disposed off in a manner in compliance with the procedure given in the rules under the aforesaid act. 16.6.6. The contractor shall ensure that oily waste including oil soaked rags/cotton is disposed off to agency authorised to dispose such waste. The contractor shall sell discarded batteries to the authorised recycler of such items. 16.7. PREVENTION OF MOSQUITO BREEDING 16.7.1. Measures shall be taken to prevent mosquito breeding at site. The measures to be taken shall include: (a)

empty cans, oil drums, packing and other receptacles which may retain water shall be deposited at a central collection.point and shall be removed from the Site regularly;

(b)

still waters shall be treated at least once every week with oil in order to prevent mosquito breading;

(c)

Contractor's Equipment and other items on the Site which may retain water shall be stored, covered or treated in such a manner that water could not be retained.

(d)

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CHAPTER 18 18. TEMPORARY WATER AND ELECTRICITY SUPPLY The Specification below shall need to be read in conjunction with Employers Requirement (Part 2 Volume 1) of this tender document. 18.1.

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18.2. Applicability 18.2.1. Where the Contractor is required to provide temporary electrical supplies, or to use, extend or expand on temporary supplies installed by others, all such activity shall be executed in accordance with clauses 18.3 to 18.18 inclusive. 18.2.2. When the Contractor makes use of temporary electrical supplies provided by other, he will observe and comply with the requirements of this Chapter. 18.3. Work on Site 18.3.1. The Contractor shall nominate a representative whose name and qualifications shall be submitted in writing to the Engineer for review not later than 4 weeks before the appointment and who shall be solely responsible for ensuring the safety of all temporary electrical equipment on Site. The Contractor shall not install or operate any temporary Site electrical systems until this representative is appointed and has commenced duties. 18.3.2. The name and contact telephone number of the representative having been reviewed without objection by the Engineer shall be displayed at the main distribution board for the temporary electrical supply so that he can be contacted in case of an emergency. 18.3.3. The Contractor shall submit schematic diagrams and the details of the equipment for all temporary electrical installations, and these diagrams together with the temporary electrical equipment shall be subm itted to the. Engineer for review. 18.3.4. All electrical installation work on Site shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements laid down in BS 7375 and the Specification. All work shall be supervised or executed by qualified and suitably categorised electricians, who are registered as such under the Electricity Ordinance 1990/Electricity (Registration) Regulations 1990. 18.4.

Electrical General Temporary electrical Site installations and distribution systems shall be in accordance with:(1)

Indian Electrical Regulations;

(2)

The Power Companies' Supply Rules;

(3)

Electricity and its subsidiary Regulations;

(4)

IEE Wiring Regulations (16th Edition);

(5)

BS 7375 Distribution of Electricity on Construction and Building Sites;

(6)

BS 4363 Distribution Assemblies for Electricity Supplies for Construction and Building Sites; and

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18.4.1. Materials, Appliances and Components All materials, appliances and components used within the distribution system shall comply with BS 4363 and BS 7375 Appendix A. 18.4.2. Design Considerations --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . Distribution equipment utilized within the temporary electrical distribution system shall incorporate the following features:(1)

flexibility in application for repeated use;

(2)

suitability for transport and storage;

(3)

robust construction to resist moisture and damage; and

(4)

safety in use.

--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . All cabling shall be run at high level whenever possible and firmly secured to ensure they do not present a hazard or obstruction to people and equipment. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . The installation on Site shall allow convenient access to authorised and competent operators to work on the apparatus contained within. 18.5. Mains Voltage 18.5.1. The Site mains voltage shall be as the Electricity Companies' Utility supplies, 415V 3-phase 4 wire system_ 18.5.2. Single-phase voltage shall be as the Electricity Companies' Utility supplies, 230V supply. 18.5.3. Reduced voltages shall conform to BS 7375. 18.6. Types of Distribution Supply 18.6.1. The following voltages shall be adhered to for typical applications throughout the distribution systems (1)

fixed plant - 415V 3 phase;

(2)

movable plant fed by trailing cable - 415V 3 phase;

(3)

installations in Site buildings - 230V 1 phase;

(4)

fixed flood lighting - 230V 1 phase;

(5)

portable and hand held tools - 115V 1 phase;

(6)

Site lighting (other than flood lighting) - 115V 1 phase; and

(7)

portable hand-lamps (general use) - 115V 1 phase.

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18.7.2. Discrimination between circuit breakers, circuit breakers and f uses shall be in accordance with:(1)

BS 88;

(2)

BS EN 60898; and

(3)

BS 7375;

(4)

Any other appropriate Indian Standards.

18.8. Earthing 18.8.1. Earthing and bonding shall be provided for all electrical installations and equipment to prevent the possibility of dangerous voltage rises and to ensure that faults are rapidly cleared by installed circuit protection. 18.8.2. Earthing systems shall conform to the following standards:(1) IEE Wiring Regulations (16th Edition); (2) BS 7430; (3) BS 7375; and (4) IEEE Standard 80 Guide for Safety in AC Substation Grounding. 18.9. Plugs,Socket Outlets and Couplers 18.9.1. Low voltage plugs, sockets and couplers shall be colour coded in accordance with BS 7375, and constructed to conform to BS EN 60309. High voltage couplers and 'T' connections shall be in accordance with BS 3905. 18.10. Cables 18.10.1. Cables shall be selected after full consideration of the conditions to which they will be exposed and the duties for which they are required. Supply cables up to 3.3KV shall be in accordance with BS 6346. The cable armouring shall be used as the earth return in conditions where the cable is continuously extended and not subject to continuous movement after installation. 18.10.2. For supplies to mobile or transportable equipment where operation of the equipment subjects the cable to flexing, the cable shall conform to one of the following standards appropriate to the duties imposed on it: (1)

BS 6708 flexible cables for use at mines and quarries;

(2)

BS 6007 rubber insulated cables for electric power and lighting; and

(3)

BS 6500 insulated flexible cords and cables.

18.10.3.

Where low voltage cables are to be used, reference shall be made to BS 7375. The following standards shall also be referred to particularly for underground cables:- BS 6346 for armoured PVC insulated cables; and BS 6708 Flexible cables for use at mines and quarries. 18.10.4. All cables which have a voltage to earth exceeding 65 V (except for supplies from welding transformers to welding electrodes) shall be of a type having a metal sheath and/or armour which shall be continuous and effectively earthed. In the case of flexible or trailing cables, such earthed metal sheath and/or armour shall be in addition to the earth core in the cable and shall not be used as the sole earth conductor.

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Armoured cables having an over-sheath of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or an oil resisting and flame retardant compound shall be used whenever there is a risk of mechanical damage occurring. 18.10.6. For resistance to the effects of sunlight, overall non-metallic covering of cables shall be black in colour. 18.10.7. Cables which have applied to them a voltage to earth exceeding 12 V but not normally exceeding 65 V shall be either one of the type as described in clause 0 above or alternatively of a type insulated and sheathed with a general purpose or heat resisting Elastomers. 18.10.8. All cables that are likely to be frequently moved in normal use shall be flexible cables. 18.10.9. Flexible cables shall be in accordance with BS 6500 and BS 7375 18.11. Lighting Installation 18.11.1. Lighting circuits shall be run separate from other sub-circuits and shall be in accordance with BS 7375 and BS 4363. 18.11.2. Voltage shall not exceed 55 V to earth except when the supply is to a fixed point and where the lighting fixture is fixed in position. 18.11.3. Luminaries shall have a degree of protection not less than IP 54. In particularly bad environments where the luminaries are exposed to excesses of dust and water, a degree of protection to IP 65 shall be employed. 18.11.4. Where the Engineer requires Site inspection of the Works, the Contractor shall upgrade the lighting level to a minimum of 200 lux by localised lighting in all areas. 18.11.5. Use of wire guards or other such devices shall provide mechanical protection of luminaries against damage by impact whenever risk of damage occurs. 18.12. Electrical Motors 18.12.1. Totally enclosed fan cooled motors to BS 4999:Part 105 shall be used. 18.12.2. Motor control and protection circuits shall be as stipulated in BS 6164. Emergency stops for machinery shall be provided. 18.13. Inspection and Testing 18.13.1. Electrical installations on Site shall be inspected and tested in accordance with the requirements of the IEE Wiring Regulations (16th Edition). 18.14. Identification 18.14.1. Identification labels of a type reviewed without objection by the Engineer shall be affixed to all electrical switches, circuit breakers and motors to specify their purpose. 18.15. Maintenance 18.15.1. Strict maintenance and regular checks of control apparatus and wiring distribution systems shall be carried out by an electrician (duly qualified to carry out the said checks) to ensure safe and efficient operation of the systems. The Contractor shall submit for review by the Engineer details of his maintenance schedule and maintenance works record. 18.16. Maintenance Record 18.16.1. All portable electrical appliances shall be permanently numbered (scarf tag labels or similar) and a record of the date of issue, date of the last inspection carried out and the recommended inspection period will be kept 18.17. Metering

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For the purposes of the clause, “construction works” shall mean the Works excluding both the Contractor's on and off Site, fabrication facilities, workshops, work-yards, offices and stores. 18.17.2. The Contractor shall install a separately metered and invoiced supply or supplies of electricity for:18.17.1.

(1)

Site fabrication facilities;

(2)

Site workshops and work-yards; and

(3)

Site offices and stores.

18.18. Inability to Supply 18.18.1. Wherever, the Project (civil) Contractor is not in a position to supply construction power and water supply to the system wide Contractor, he ( the system wide Contractor) shall arrange for his own separate construction power and water supply *

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MOCK-UPS, PROTOTYPES AND SAMPLES 19.1. Requirements 19.1.1. The Contractor shall produce mock-ups, prototypes and samples as specified in the PS. 19.1.2. Samples may be subject to testing and investigation by the Employer and shall in no way be incorporated into the Permanent Works. 19.1.3. Samples shall become the property of the Employer. 19.2. Purpose 19.2.1. The mock-ups, samples and prototypes shall demonstrate the proposed design and/or design options. Any mock-ups shall increase in levels of detail and finish as the design progresses. 19.2.2. Mock-ups and prototypes may generally be produced initially with "dummy" equipment items unless otherwise specified, so long as there is sufficient detail to evaluate the operability and/or maintainability aspects of the proposed layout. 19.2.3. The mock-ups and prototypes shall be constructed at the Contractor's premises unless otherwise specified in the PS. 19.3. Review 19.3.1. The Engineer wilt conduct a minimum of three formal reviews initially at the place of manufacture. 19.3.2. The complete and agreed mock-ups and prototypes shall be suitable for transportation to, and display in New Chennai for final review by the Engineer and the Employer. 19.3.3. The Contractor shall transport and set up such mock-ups and prototypes at a nominated site in New Chennai. After each review, the Contractor shall incorporate the Engineer's review comments into the mock-ups and prototypes prior to the next scheduled review.

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CHENNAI METRO RAIL LIMITED CHENNAI METRO RAIL PROJECT PHASE I – EXTENSION

CONTRACT ATW-07 PHASE 1 EXTENSION – WASHERMANPET TO WIMCO NAGAR

SUPPLY, INSTALLATION, TESTING AND COMMISSIONING OF BALLASTLESS TRACK OF STANDARD GAUGE IN ELEVATED AND UNDERGROUND SECTIONS ALONGWITH BALLASTLESS TRACK IN WIMCO NAGAR DEPOT OF CHENNAI METRO PHASE 1 EXTENSION PROJECT

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Appendix 1 MONTHLY PROGRESS REPORT

1.1. Topics 1.1.1

The Monthly Progress Report required under clause 2.10 of the GS shall include as a minimum the following sections and topics: (i)

Executive Summary, highlighting any matters of concern and explaining corrective action to be taken

(ii)

Safety and Quality issues (including any necessary corrective action taken or proposed to prevent the re-occurrence of the non-conformities)

(iii)

Programme and overall progress

(iv)

Physical progress report (see Paragraph 2.19 of the General Specification)

(v)

Manufacturing status

(vi)

Materials ordered / in process

(vii)

Equipment procured

(viii)

Delivery status

(ix)

Shipping / transportation activity

(x)

Deliveries to CMRL (including release certificate reference)

(xi)

Free issue items (where applicable)

(xii)

Installation / erection on Site

(xiii)

Site surveys (where applicable)

(xiv)

Completion of remedial works / Site acceptance

(xv)

Safety audit and safety report

(xvi)

Test and Commissioning

(xvii)

Commissioning activity

(xviii)

Planned vs. Actual Table

(xix)

Remedial works

(xx)

Documentation

(xxi)

As-built drawings

(xxii)

Training

(xxiii)

Employer's Taking Over of Works (part or whole of Works)

(xxiv)

Taking Over Certificate

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(xxv)

Defects Liability

(xxvi)

Contractual / Commercial

(xxvii)

Payments / invoices

(xxviii)

Engineer's instructions and variation orders

(xxix)

Claims / potential claims

Progress Reports The Monthly Progress Reports shall be accompanied by: a)

the Works Programme, marked to show the status of progress to date;

b)

control schedules for document submissions and issues of a repetitive or multiple nature; where appropriate, exception reports to highlight any problem areas

c)

including any submissions and design information which are overdue; identification and discussion of significant accomplishments, problem

d)

areas encountered, actions taken or planned to resolve actual or potential problems and conflicts, and other comments or proposals on matters (including the interfacing works) affecting or likely to affect the Works; and a critical items action list which identifies outstanding problems

e)

associated with the timely completion of the Works including anticipated actions for their resolution. 1.2.1

The programmes shall show current status to provide a comparison between the Works Programme and reported progress.

1.2.2

Actual progress shall be reported for each activity in the Works Programme in the following terms: (1) (2) (3) (4)

1.2.3

1.3 1.3.1

the percentage of the work which is complete; the remaining duration of the work; the actual start date; and the actual completion date.

Actual progress shall reflect the physical scope of the work that has been completed and shall not be calculated based on elapsed time or hours worked. Any automatic statistical indications in the Contractor's software that is based on this principle shall be disabled. Copies The Contractor shall submit 1 unbound original and 9 bound hard copies of all Monthly Progress Reports and of the accompanying documents plus one copy in electronic format on PC compatible 3-1/2” diskettes compatible with Microsoft Office and Primavera P3 applications.

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Appendix 2 CONTRACT SYSTEMS SAFETY MANAGEMENT

2.1

Safety Assurance Programme

2.1.1

The Contractor shall within 30 days of Notice to Proceed, submit his proposed Safety Assurance Programme Plan for review and acceptance by the Engineer.

2.1.2

The Safety Assurance Programme Plan shall cover manufacture, testing, integrated testing, and commissioning to ensure safe routing, spacing, movement and control of trains and meet the require ments as stipulated in the PS.

2.1.3

The Safety Assurance Programme Plan shall also address reliability, maintainability and availability of the system. This shall ensure the system has a high degree of reliability and minimise down time during routine and failure repair.

2.1.4

The Safety Assurance Programme Plan shall include a Fire Control Plan which shall evaluate and ensure inter-alia that the fire loading of the materials proposed to be used, and potential sources of combustion in case of failure are compatible with currently accepted international practice.

2.1.5

The Safety Assurance Programme Plan shall describe procedures required to perform the specific tasks necessary to achieve safety, reliability and maintainability requirements. These procedures shall be incorporated within the Contractor's Quality Assurance System, and shall be subject to review by the Engineer

2.2

Hazard Analysis

2.2.1

The Contractor shall take the lead role in the interface Hazard Analysis for trackside equipment, to which the system is interfaced, provided by other contractors.

2.2.2

The Contractor shall produce the Hazard Analysis Schedule for the complete system including all interfacing systems and shall interface principally with the Rolling Stock, Signalling, Communicatio n, Power Supply, Civil and Depot Contractor as well as any other Designated Contractors to obtain the information necessary, from their hazard analyses, to complete the analysis.

2.2.3

The Contractor shall, as part of the safety analysis, prepare analyses to identify Hazards and ensure their satisfactory resolution. The following analyses shall be prepared and submitted by the Contractor for the Engineer acceptance. (i)

Preliminary hazard analysis

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Interface hazard analysis (excluding EMI)

(iii)

Subsystem hazard analysis

(iv)

Operating hazard analysis including maintenance

(v)

Quantitative fault tree analysis

(vi)

Failure modes effects and criticality analysis (FMECA)

2.2.4

The Hazard Analysis shall be carried out in accordance with MIL -STD882C as the primary standard and Defence Standard 00-56, or equivalent, in areas not adequately addressed by the former standard.

2.2.5

The Contractor shall compile a list of critical and catastrophic items identified as a result of hazard analysis, FMECA or by other means.

2.2.6

All hazard resolution by procedural control shall be cross-referenced from the Critical and Catastrophic Items List to the appropriate manuals.

2.2.7

The qualitative measures of hazard severity are defined as follows:

2.2.8

(i)

Hazard Category I – Catastrophic: Operating conditions such that personnel errors, environment, design deficiencies, subsystem or component failure or procedural deficiencies may cause death or system loss. The safety target shall be based on internationally accepted standards.

(ii)

Hazard Category II – Critical: Operating conditions such that personnel errors, environment, design deficiencies, subsystem or component failure or procedural deficiencies may cause severe injury to personnel, severe occupational illness or major system damage. The safety target for the occurrence of all Category II hazards summed together shall again be based on internationally accepted standards.

(iii)

Hazard Category III – Marginal: Operating conditions such that personnel errors, environment, design deficiencies, subsystem or component failure or procedural deficiencies, may cause minor injury to personnel, minor occupational illness or minor system damage.

(iv)

Hazard Category IV – Negligible: Operating conditions such that personnel errors, environment, design deficiencies, subsystem or component failure or procedural deficiencies will not result in injury to personnel occupational illness or damage to the system.

(v)

The Contractor shall submit a Schedule for Hazard Analysis Submissions within 30 days of Notice to Proceed.The Preliminary Hazard Analysis shall be submitted within 6 months of Notice to Proceed. This draft shall include a comprehensive assessment of potential equipment failure modes during normal operating and overload conditions and assess the performance of the equipment for a range of hazard conditions. The final draft shall be submitted by the completion date of final design. The Contractor shall prepare a Fire Safety Design Report for review and acceptance by the Engineer. This shall be submitted within 2 months

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after Notice to Proceed and revised and updated for the completion of thepreliminary, pre-final and final design stages.Materials used in the Permanent Works of the system shall conform to fire safety requirements of BS 6853: 1999, or the latest edition of other e quivalent international standards, subject to the acceptance of the Engineer. N.B. Whichever Standard is selected for meeting the Fire Safety Criteria, then that standard shall be declared, and its requirements shall be met consistently throughout the Specification 2.3

Results

2.3.1

Source of all failure rates employed shall be indicated in the Hazard Analyses and shall be as far as possible independently established by recognised standards authorities. .

2.3.2

All hazard analyses submitted to the Employer are to be standardised by the Contractor such that format and forms employed by all sub contractors are the same.

2.3.3

The following targets shall be employed for the Fault Tree Analysis

2.3.4

(i)

No single point failure shall lead to death.

(ii)

No combination of undetected failure and double point failures shall result in death.

(iii)

No combination of undetected failure and single point failure shall result in major injury. The procedures for training and the Contractor's Quality Assurance manuals shall incorporate resolution of hazards identified from this hazard analysis. Proper cross-referencing to the hazards and resolution measures shall be provided in all these aforementioned documents.

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Appendix 3 SUBMISSION FOR REVIEW REQUEST FORM SUBMISSION FOR REVIEW REQUEST

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Appendix 4 SCHEDULE OF ITEMS TO BE SUBMITTED BY CONTRACTOR

This Appendix lists the principal items to be submitted by the Contractor for review by the Engineer. This list is not exhaustive and the Contractor is reminded to satisfy itself of the requirements for all submissions whether or not they are included within this Appendix.

Article

To be submitted

Reference Paragraph(s)

Initial version of the Works Programme

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Within 7 days of the Commencement Date of the Works

Works Programme

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Within 21 days of the Commencement Date of the Works

Procurement Manufacturing Programme

and

Installation Programme

2.5.1

Within 15 days of the Commencement Date of the Works

2.6.1

Preliminary version within 30 days of the Commencement Date of the Works. Full version as stated in the PS or as directed by the Engineer

2.7.1

Preliminary version within 30 days of the Commencement Date of the Works. Full version as stated in the PS or as directed by the Engineer

Monthly Progress Report and supporting documentation

2.10.1

The 5th day of each month.

Contractor's Plan

3.1.2

As stated in the PS, or if none is given, within 15 days of the Commencement Date of the Works

Testing Commissioning Programme

&

Project

Particulars Contractor's Representative

of

Interface Management Plan Detailed Document

Interface

Procurement, Manufacturing Delivery Plan

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3.3.2 b)

Within 30 days of notification from the Engineer of the identity of each Project Contractor

3.3.2 d)

Within 30 days of notification from the Engineer of the identity of each Project Contractor

3.5.1

As stated in the PS, or if none is given, within 20 days of the Commencement Date of the Works

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Within 30 days of the Commencement Date of the Works

and

Contractor's Health and Safety Documentation

30 days before the Commencement Date of the Works

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To be submitted

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Environmental Management Plan

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30 days prior to the commencement of construction activities

Environmental Mitigation Implementation Schedule (EMIS)

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30 days prior to the commencement of construction activities

Traffic Management Submissions

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30 days before implementation proving all relevant details and implications

Commissioning Plan

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Installation Schedule

Test

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First draft within 120 days of the Commencement Date of the Works As stated in the PS or if not given, not later than two months in advance of the Date scheduled for commencement of respective tests

Integration Tests & Commissioning Plan

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Training Plan

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Defects Liability Management Plans

3.7.4

Upon issuance Certificate

Project Document Control Procedure

4.3.2

Within 15 days of the Commencement Date of the Works

Quality Manual

5.2.3

Within 30 days of the Commencement Date of the Works

As stated in the PS or if not given, not later than three months in advance of the Date scheduled for commencement of Tests on Completion As stated in the PS or if not given, not later than six months prior to the issue of the TakingOver Certificate for the Works of

the

Taking

Over

Quality Procedures

System

5.2.3

Within 30 days of the Commencement Date of the Works

Management Plan

Quality

5.3

Within 30 days of the Commencement Date of the Works

Manufacturing Quality Plan

5.4

30 days prior to the commencement of the manufacturing works

Site Quality Plan

5.5

30 days prior to the commencement of the construction works

Reports of QuarterlyQuality Audits Quality Control Register

5.7.2

Every Three months

5.8

7th working day of every month

7.3.1

As stated in the PS, or if none is given, within 30 days of the Commencement Date of the Works

Packaging Materials & Procedures

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Reference Paragraph(s) Tests

Integration Tests Commissioning Records

&

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Immediately after the completion of each test Immediately following the successful Tests on Completion of the system

Service Trial Records

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Immediately following the Service Trial of the system

Summaries of Inspection and/or Test

8.3.11

7th day of the following month

Construction Installation Plan

10.1.1

As stated in the PS, or if none is given, within 20 days of the Commencement Date of the Works, and in any case not less than 5 weeks before starting the construction of the Works on Site

Proposals for the construction of the Engineer's Site Offices

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Within 14 days of the Commencement Date of the Works

Particular Uses of Site

13.2.1

Within 14 days of the Commencement Date of the Works

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Within 30 days of the Commencement Date of the Works or at a date reviewed by the Engineer

Detailed written report of accidents, incidents and dangerous occurrence

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Within 7 days of occurrence/accident

Name and qualification ofsafety representative for temporary site electricity

18.3.1

Not later than 4 weeks before appointment

&

Method Statements Programme

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Appendix 5 REQUEST FOR INSPECTION OF WORKS FORM CHENNAI METRO RAIL LIMITED

Verbal or written permission by the Engineer or his staff shall in no way relieve the Contractor of his responsibilities under the Contract. * To be completed if applicable.

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APPENDIX 6 NOISE MONITORING INSTRUMENT (i)

Noise level meter, acoustic calibrator, portable wind speed meter and tripods shall be provided for the use of the Engineer.

(ii)

Noise level meter shall comply with the International Electro-technical Commission Publications 651: 1979 (Type 1) and 804: 1985 (Type 1), and other noise measuring and analysis instrumentation shall be of a comparable professional quality.

(iii)

The noise level meter shall measure noise in terms of the A-weighted equivalent sound pressure level (Leq).

(iv)

The acoustic calibrator shall be able to generate a known sound pressure level at a known frequency.

(v)

The portable wind speed meter shall be capable of measuring the wind speed in m/s.

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Appendix 7 7. FIRST AID REQUIREMENTS

7.1

Provisions by others

7.2

(i)

First aid bases will be located at the main Civil works Contractor's principal Works Areas. The bases will consist of a treatment room fitted with two treatment couches, a hand wash basin, sterilising equipment and lockable cupboards to contain sufficient medical supplies for the Contractor's workforce, the Engineer's site supervisory staff, the Designated Contractors working in the area and any visitors to the Site. The first aid post will be air-conditioned, with cooling capability sufficient to maintain the temperature of the inside of the building at 20oC.

(ii)

A qualified doctor, nurse and assistant nurse will be in attendance at the first aid base during all times when work is being undertaken on the Site, including work by the Designated Contractors and periods when only emergency activities are being undertaken, such as during periods of inclement weather.

(iii)

A fully equipped ambulance and driver will be provided at the first aid base during all working hours. The ambulance will be equipped with emergency life support equipment suitable for application in construction site accidents.

Provisions by the Contractor 7.2.1

The Contractor shall supply portable first aid boxes maintained fully equipped at each local site offices and any work locations where 20 or more persons work at a time.

7.2.2

In each site office and work location at least one of the Contractor's employees shall be trained in first aid and should be available at all working hours for purpose of attending to emergencies.

7.2.3

The Contractor shall be responsible for making his employees aware of the location and access route to the nearest first aid base and if necessary shall provide facilities for evacuating a workman by stretcher from the worksite.

7.2.4

The Contractor shall keep the first aid base personnel informed of the number and identity of staff working within the area of responsibility of each first aid base.

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Appendix 8 8.

WORKS AREAS

8.1

Works Areas a)

Temporary occupation of land is governed by Part VI of land acquisition Act 1894, which limits occupation to 3 years.

b)

The Site is divided into a series of principal Works Areas that will be made available to the Contractor at different times and for various duration. These Works Areas are illustrated in the Drawings. In order to avoid doubt, should any discrepancies be found in the definition of the extent of these Works Areas between the Figures in this Appendix and the Drawings, the Drawings shall prevail.

c)

The descriptions of the principal Works Areas are indicative and the Contractor shall satisfy its self as to the exact nature of the various Works Areas and the extent of works to be carried out prior to the execution of the Permanent Works or making use of the area as wor king space and/or for temporary site facilities.

d)

In addition to these principal Works Areas, the Contractor will be required to establish secondary Works Areas at, for example, station locations. The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer proposals for the use and occupation of these secondary Works Areas, such submissions being at least sixty (60) days prior to the programmed use of the specific Works Area.

e)

Prior to the Key Dates or the Works Area Handover Dates for returning any Works Area, the Contractor shall carry out the following works: (i)

construct all Permanent Works within the area, to the extent defined in this Appendix, in accordance with the requirements of the Contract,

(ii)

reinstate the area to the condition as close as possible to its condition when it was taken over,

(iii)

form the area to the approved lines and levels and carry out such other works as may be required by the Engineer,

(iv)

remove all rubbish, debris and other materials.

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CHENNAI METRO RAIL LIMITED CHENNAI METRO RAIL PROJECT PHASE I – EXTENSION

CONTRACT ATW-07 PHASE 1 EXTENSION – WASHERMANPET TO WIMCO NAGAR

SUPPLY, INSTALLATION, TESTING AND COMMISSIONING OF BALLASTLESS TRACK OF STANDARD GAUGE IN ELEVATED AND UNDERGROUND SECTIONS ALONGWITH BALLASTLESS TRACK IN WIMCO NAGAR DEPOT OF CHENNAI METRO PHASE 1 EXTENSION PROJECT

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1. INTRODUCTION 1.1. Brief Summary 1.1.1. Scope and Purpose This specification defines the objectives, guidelines and requirements for Contract ATW-07 “Supply, Installation, Testing and Commissioning of Ballastless Track of Standard Gauge in Elevated and Underground Sections along with Ballastless Track in Wimco Nagar Depot of Chennai Metro Phase 1 Extension Project” The works to be executed under the contract include manufacture & supply of materials (except rails, Turnouts, derailing switches, fastenings System and fastenings for turnouts except for lead rail portion, which shall be supplied by the Employer), verification, delivery, installation, testing, including integrated testing and commissioning, technical support, training of Employer„s staff and documentation for a complete system necessary to deliver the requirements of this specification. 1.1.2. Relevant Documents This specification should be read in conjunction with the General Conditions (GC) Section-VIII, the Particular Conditions Section-IX (PC), the General Specifications (GS), Employer's Drawings and any other document forming part of the Contract. In the event of a conflict between the GS and this Specification, this specification shall prevail. The order of precedence, with item (a) below having the highest priority, is: a) Particular Specification b)

General Specification

c)

Indian Railway Standards

d)

International Standards reference herein

e)

Other International Standards

f)

Indian Standards

g)

Other National Standards

Not withstanding the precedence specified, the contractor shall always immediately seek advice from the Engineer in the event of conflicts between specifications. 1.1.3. Verification of Design /Drawings Although the main responsibility for the design of the ballastless track lies with the Contractor, the ATW-07 contractor shall bring out any shortcomings (if any) to the notice of the Engineer before starting the work or as soon as it comes to their notice whichever is earlier and propose fine tuning / modifications in drawings / plans to suit the system at site. 1.2. OVER VIEW OF THE PROJECT 1.2.1. General This chapter gives an overview of the Project and the information provided 323 ofonly. 795. in this chapter is for reference

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1.2.2. Corridor Description 1. Chennai Metro Rail Project system on standard gauge covering a length of about 10km Corridor and Elevated Depot is in purview of the work. Details are available in attached tender drawings. 2.

There are 6 Elevated and 2 Underground stations in this corridor alongwith one Elevated Depot

3.

25 KV AC overhead traction system with Cab Signalling and Automatic Train Protection (ATP) / ATO will be provided on Standard Gauge, Corridor.

1.2.3. Responsibility of the Contractor 1. The Contractor shall be responsible for all track work for corridor under purview of this contract 2.

The track on main line shall be ballastless Provision of Mass spring system at sensitive locations for mitigation of noise and vibration including supply of MSS materials is also envisaged.

3.

All the works shall comply with CMRL‟s Schedule of Dimensions and other approved laid down Technical specifications.

1.2.4. Necessity of approval under Metro Railway Act. 2002 In terms of section 7 of Metro Railways Act 2002, the Central Government has appointed the Commissioner of Metro Railway Safety (CMRS) and CMRS under section 8 shall inspect the metro railway with a view to determine whether it is fit to be opened for the public carriage of passengers and report there on to the Central Government as required by or under this Act. Under section 14 of the Act, the metro railway shall not be opened for the public carriage of passengers except with the previous sanction of Government under section 15 of the Act. The Commissioner shall inspect the metro railway and along with other aspects will examine that track structure has been laid and comply with the requirements laid down by the Central Government (Ministry of Railways for this purpose). In view of the extent provisions of the Act, the track structure and section should comply to schedule of Dimensions and relevant approvals by Ministry of Railways.

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4. INSTALLATION AND CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE 4.1. REQUIREMENTS 4.1.1. General Requirements 1.

The Contractor shall comply with all Enactments in executing the works, including but not limited to all statutory provisions on occupational health and safety.

2.

The Contractor shall co-ordinate with designated Contractors in the execution of the Works.

3.

The Contractor shall also co-operate with all relevant authorities in the execution of the works.

4.

All machinery and equipment shall be operated at all times by suitably trained and competent employees of the contractor and to the satisfaction of the Engineer.

5.

Only appropriate tools, plant, machinery and equipment and vehicles shall be used.

6.

The contractor shall, prior to starting any installation and construction work, identify any possible hazards, and implement measures of eliminating and/or controlling such potential hazards, in line with safe working practices.

7.

Further details on Site Safety management are described in Chapter 14 and Appendix 2 of the GS. The Contractor shall ensure that all areas of work are sufficiently illuminated for the works to be undertaken and that a safe system of working is employed for all activities.

8.

The contractor shall operate a suitable system for the control of persons entering or working on the site. The system shall include as a minimum:

9.



Register of all employees



Personal identification with photograph and signature/thumb impression



Levels of competence;



Date of joining



Date of discharge;



Register of all visitors.

The Contractor shall Co-operate, at all times, with the Engineer and designated Contractors to ensure that the site is protected from unauthorised admission, either wilfully or otherwise.

10. The Contractor shall make due provisions for safe access to and egress from the site of works for its staff and subcontractors. This access shall be maintained such that it is free of all hazards and is in a safe condition throughout the duration of the works. 4.1.2. Specification Requirements The installation and construction work pertaining to this contract shall include, but not be limited to the following:  Survey on site and review the technical requirements shown in this specification and the Employer‟s drawings.  Finalisation of the construction and installation program

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 Production of the calculation sheets and installation drawings for site installation.  Procurement of fastening system for ballastless track and installation in track at specified density.  Installation in accordance with the approved installation drawings.  Co-ordination with designated contractors.  Submission of the installation reports and records.  Testing and commissioning as per finalised protocol and programme.  Production of as built drawings, documents, calculations sheets, and records. 4.1.3. Construction and Installation Plan 1. The contractor shall undertake installation work in stages as shown in the detailed installation programme, Installation, testing and commissioning of later stages shall have no impact on revenue operations of earlier stages. 2. As a minimum, the detailed construction and installation plan shall include but not be limited to all the activities described in clause 3.6.1 of the GS, installation details and methods of all activities, equipment and tools to be used for installation, safety issues, supervision, temporary land occupation needed and the vehicles to be used for transportation of material & installation. 4.1.4. Temporary Works 1. The design of temporary works shall be submitted to the Engineer for approval. 2. All temporary works shall be removed on completion of permanent works, or as directed by the Engineer 3. All temporary works shall be clearly distinguishable from permanent works. 4.1.5. Site Supervision and Safety Issues 1. The contractor shall set up a site supervision system, which shall be part of the overall safety, system assurance and quality management system. 2. Details of Health and Safety requirements at site are described in Chapter 14 of the GS.

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4.1.6. Quality Management 1. The Contractor shall adopt an appropriate quality management system confirming to ISO 9000 or equivalent & to ensure that the System performance requirements as specified in this Particular Specification are achieved. 2. The Contractor shall provide sufficient number of suitably experienced supervisors and skilled workers to ensure that the progress and quality of the work, both on site and in the Contractor‟s workshops, are maintained to the satisfaction of the Engineer. 3. Key Supervisors shall have adequate previous experience in a supervisory capacity on similar projects. 4. The supervisors shall work on a fulltime basis during the entire installation process as directed by Engineer. 5. The Engineer reserves the right to undertake, at any time, checks on the proficiency of the Contractor's staff, licensing and all associated documentation. Should any of the Contractor‟s staff be found incompetent by the Engineer or unlicensed he shall be removed from the site until their competence has been established or competent staff are posted. 4.1.7. Workmanship The style and procedure of workmanship shall be appropriate and consistent throughout the works. 4.2. PROGRAMME REQUIREMENTS 4.2.1. General In addition to the requirements specified in the General Specification, the contractor shall program the works in accordance with a pre-determined sequence to meet various Key dates and Access Dates so as to meet the target Dates of commercial opening. 4.2.2. Key Dates As per Employer‟s Requirement (Part 2 Volume 1) 4.2.3. Access Dates 1) The Track Contractor shall require access to information as well as to various locations at stations/track, etc., in stages, in order to plan his activities for timebound completion of his obligations under the Contract. The track contractor will be required to interface the access with relevant civil work contractors and plan the execution accordingly. 4.2.4. Scheduled dates for the Supply of Materials (to be supplied by the Employer) 1) Indicative Schedule for Supply of Turnouts The turnouts shall be provided at designated storage in Chennai progressively as per access dates by ASTO-06 contractor. ATW-07 contractor shall have to interface with ASTO-06 contractor for proper accountal and taking over and shall have to issues taking over certificate of turnout in undamaged condition. If there is any shortage or

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damage, same has to be brought in the notice of Engineer and ASTO-06 contractor immediately. Further, it will be responsibility of ATW-07 contractor for safe custody of these materials till these materials is installed in section and section is commissioned and taking over certificate is issued. Complete spare materials are to be handed over to CMRL/O&M in undamaged condition at its operational depots and nothing shall be paid on this account. 2) Indicative Schedule for Supply of UIC 60, 1080 grade HH Rails The Rails shall be supplied in Chennai in designated place or site in Chennai periodically. ATW-07 shall have to interface with ASRT-04 contractor for proper accountal and taking over and shall have to issues taking over certificate of materials in undamaged condition. If there is any shortage or damage, same has to be brought to the notice of Engineer and ASRT-04 contractor immediately. Further, it will be the responsibility of ATW-07 contractor for safe custody of these rails till they are installed in section and the section is commissioned and taking over certificate is issued. Spare HH Rails are to be handed over to CMRL/O&M in undamaged condition at its operational depots and nothing shall be paid on this account. 3) Indicative Schedule for Supply of Fastenings for Main line The Fastenings shall be provided at designated storage in Chennai progressively as per access dates by ASFT-05 contractor. ATW-07 contractor shall have to interface with ASFT-05 contractor for proper accountal and taking over and shall have to issues taking over certificate of Fastenings in undamaged condition. If there is any shortage or damage, same has to be brought in the notice of Engineer and ASFT-05 contractor immediately. Further, it will be responsibility of ATW-07 contractor for safe custody of these materials till they are installed in section and the section is commissioned and taking over certificate is issued. Complete spare materials are to be handed over to CMRL/O&M in undamaged condition at its operational depots and nothing shall be paid on this account. 4.3. Deleted 4.4. INDICATIVE CHAINAGES OF STATIONS The indicative chainages for station are given below, however for construction purpose. These shall be interfaced by the Contractor with designated civil contractor. S.NO. 1

Station Sir Thiyagaraya College

2

Korukkupet

2035m

3

Tondiarpet

3187m

4

Toll Gate

4241m

5

Thangal

5150m

6

Gowri Ashram

6197m

7

Thiruvottiyar

7560m

8

Wimco Nagar

8417m

4.5. Deleted. 4.6. Survey Equipment

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4.6.2. (a)

(b)

Particular Specification

The contractor should provide the survey equipment, track measuring equipment and other accessories as per the instructions of Engineer as and when required. He should also provide all necessary help and manpower as required by the Engineer for checking the works, whenever required. For the equipment like the buffers etc. A complete set of documentation must be supplied with each System. The documentation should be self-tutorial in nature and be readily understood by non-computer personnel. The following manuals must be supplied with the system: (i)

Manual on how to operate the equipment; and

(ii)

Manual on how to use the facilities and software provided by the supplier. (Including languages and utilities).

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5. MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP: GENERAL 5.1. INTRODUCTION 1. This Materials and Workmanship Specification for Track work shall be read in conjunction with all the documents forming part of the Contract. 2. No Permanent Works shall be carried out until all methods and materials have been approved. 3. Unless noted otherwise in the Contract, all components and materials shall be handled, transported and stored, in accordance with the manufacturer‟s recommendations with prior approval of Engineer. 4. The test results of each test to be carried out as per Employer‟s requirement shall be recorded and submitted in a format approved by the Engineer and shall include graphical presentation of results as well as numerical base data where ever required 5. All drawings, records, reports, documents, proforma etc. shall be submitted in both hard copy and electronic copy. 5.2. ABBREVIATIONS Trackwork Abbreviations CWR EVA FC HDPE HH GIRJ LWR HVN REJ P&C

Continuously Welded Rail Ethyl Vinyl Acetate Flange way Clearance High Density Polyethylene Head Hardened Glued Insulated Rail Joint Long Welded Rail High Viscosity Nylon Rail Expansion Joint Point & Crossing

Standards Abbreviations EN DIN AREA UIC IEC

European Standards German Standards American Railway Engineering Association International Union of Railways International Electrotechnical Commission

Other Abbreviations E&M OHL HTS DFF BEC ETU

Electrical and Mechanical Overhead Line High Tensile Strength Direct fixation fastener Buried Earth Conductor Electric traction unit

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5.3. STANDARDS Track work materials, components and assemblies shall comply with the requirements and Standards given in the present Specification, however, it shall be the responsibility of the contractor to adopt the latest version of the technical specification with all correction slips. Codes and standards 1.

2.

International Union of Railways Standard Codes (UIC) UIC Code 860-0

Technical Specification for the supply of Rails

UIC Code 861-3

Standard 60 kg/m Rail Profiles Types : UIC 60 and 60 E

UIC Code 864-2

Technical Specifications for Supply of Steel Track Bolts

UIC Code 864-3

Technical Specifications for the supply of spring steel washers for use in Permanent Way.

UIC Code 864-4

Technical Specification for supply of Fishplates or sections for Fishplates made of rolled steel

UIC Code 864- 5

Technical Specification for the Supply of Rail Seat Pads

UIC Code 864- 8

Rolled Profiles for Fishplates for 52 kg/m and 60 kg/m Rails

UIC Code 866- 0

Technical Specification for the supply of cast manganese steel crossings for switch and crossing work

International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) Information Processing – Representation of the 7 bit coded character set on punched tape

ISO 1113 ISO 527-1:2012 3.

4.

Testing of Plastics – Tensile Test

Indian Standards (IS) IS 456 ( 2000)

Code of Practice for Plain and Reinforced Concrete

IS 800 (1984)

Code of Practice for General Construction in Steel

European Standards (EN) EN 1561

Founding – Grey Cast Iron

EN 1562

Founding – Malleable Cast Irons

EN 1563

Founding – Spheroidal Graphite Cast Irons

EN 1183-1:2013

Testing of Plastics and Elastomers – Determination of Density

5.

(Deleted)

6.

German Standard (DIN) DIN 53508

7.

Testing of rubber - Accelerated ageing

International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) IEC 60167:1993

8.

(Deleted)

9.

Indian Railway Standards

Method of testing for volume resistivity and surface resistivity of solid electrical insulating materials (Formerly DIN 53482)

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IRS T-1

Fish plate

IRS T-10

Switches, crossing and REJs

IRS T-12

Rails

IRS T-19

Fusion welding of rails by Alumino-thermic process

IRS T-23

Fish bolts and nuts

IRS T-28

High Tensile steel fish bolts and nuts

IRS T-29

CMS crossings

IRS T-31

ERC

IRS T-37

GR sole plate (for 6 mm sole plate pad and any other relevant specification)

IRS T-44

GFN-66 liners

IRS T-46

SGCI inserts

Indian Railway Manual for Alumino-thermic Welding Indian Railway Manual for flash butt Welding Indian Railway Manual for Ultra Sonic Testing of Rails and Welds Indian Railway Manual for LWR Indian Railway Manual for Glued Insulated Joint 10.

Fastening system for ballastless track will comply to the performance criteria circulated by Ministry of Railways vide letter No. 2009/Proj/MAS/9/2 dated 21.05.2010 (Annexure „5‟ of ITT) or approved by Ministry of Railways.

11.

OTHERS

A.

CEMENT

-

IS : 269 specification for 33 grade ordinary portland cement.

-

IS : 650 specification for standard sand for testing of cement.

-

IS : 4031 methods of physical tests for hydraulic cement

-

IS : 4032 method of chemical analysis of hydraulic cement.

-

IS : 6925 methods of test for determination of water soluble chlorides in concrete admixtures.

-

IS:8112 specification for 43 grade ordinary portland cement.

-

IS : 12269 specifications for 53 grade ordinary portland cement.

B. -

CONCRETE IS : 383 specification for coarse and fine aggregates from natural sources for

concrete. -

IS : 456 code of practice for plain and reinforced concrete.

-

IS: 516 methods of test of strength of concrete.

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IS : 1199 methods of sampling and analysis of concrete.

-

IS : 2386 parts i to vii. methods of tests for aggregates for concrete.

-

IS : 7861 parts i and ii. code of practice for extreme weather concreting.

-

IS : 10262 recommended guidelines for concrete mix design

-

IRS concrete bridge code

-

IRC : 21-1987 standard specifications and code of practice for road bridge

section – III cement concrete (plain & reinforced (first revision) C.

FORMWORK

-

IS : 456 code of practice for plain and reinforced concrete

-

IS: 4990 plywood for concrete shuttering work

-

IRC : 87 guidelines for design & erection of false work for road bridge.

-

IS : 806 code of practice for use of steel tubes in general building construction.

-

IS : 1161 specification of steel tubes for structural purposes.

-

IS : 1239 specification of mild steel tubes. tubular and other wrought steel fittings.

-

IS :2750 specification for steel scaffoldings.

D.

12.

IS : 9103 specifications for admixture for concrete

STEEL REINFORCEMENT

-

IS : 280 mild steel wire for general engineering purposes.

-

IS : 432 part I mild steel and medium tensile steel bars. part II hard drawn steel wire.

-

IS : 456 code of practice for plain and reinforced concrete.

-

IS : 814 PARTS I & II electrodes for metal arc welding of structural steel.

-

IS : 816 code of practice for use of metal arc welding for general construction in mild steel.

-

IS : 1566 hard-drawn steel wire fabric for concrete reinforcement

-

IS : 1786 specification for high strength deformed steel bars and wires for concrete reinforcement.

-

IS : 2502 code of practice for bending and fixing of bars for concrete reinforcement.

-

IS : 2629 recommended practice for hot-dip galvanising of iron & steel

-

IS : 4759 hot-dip zinc coating of structural steel and other allied products.

-

IS : 2751 code of practice for welding of mild steel plain and deformed bars for reinforced concrete construction.

-

IS : 9417 recommendations for welding cold-worked steel bars for reinforced concrete construction. The relevant technical specifications and manuals etc. of Indian Railways have been mentioned in clause 5.3 (9), however, it shall be the responsibility of the contractor to adopt the latest revision of relevant technical specification/manual of Indian Railways with all correction slips and alterations. The contractor shall be responsible for collecting the relevant technical specification from Indian

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Railways at his own cost and shall submit them to the engineer for his approval before starting of work. 13.

The relevant RDSO Drawings shall be followed, wherever required, for those track work / track items which are required to be manufactured/procured based on Indian Railway specifications. However, it shall be the responsibility of the contractor to adopt latest RDSO Drawings with all corrections and alterations. The contractor shall be responsible for collecting the relevant drawings from RDSO at his own cost and shall submit them to the engineer for his approval before starting of the work.

5.4. TESTING AND INSPECTION 1.

5.5.

All materials and components shall be tested and inspected in accordance with Chapter 9. PACKAGING, SHIPPING AND STORAGE

1.

All materials, components or assemblies to be supplied by the contractor shall be packed & transported without causing any damage to it. The materials shall be offered for Engineer‟s inspection at contractor's storage depot for this project in Chennai before installation. The material classified as damaged by Engineer shall not be used for the work.

2.

All materials including the material supplied by the Employer shall be stored and protected in neat, well maintained stacks, bundles or enclosed stores with markings clearly visible.

3.

Materials shall be so stored as to ensure no deterioration due to water or any other reason.

4.

All material storage arrangements shall be with prior approval of the Engineer The materials and equipment having specific provisions of packaging & storage shall be packed and stored in accordance with their technical specifications in addition to that described above.

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6. MATERIAL & WORKMANSHIP: MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS 6.1. Material to be supplied by the Employer The 1080 grade HH rails, 880 grade Rails for depot, Fastenings for Ballastless Track & all types of turnouts with its fittings shall be provided by the Employer at Chennai. The contractor shall also be responsible for their safe transportation from CMRL Store to site at Chennai without causing any damage to them duly taking proper care & precaution & following appropriate methods including loading, unloading, local transport and proper stacking/storage with proper accountal etc. as directed by engineer. For small fittings (packed in sealed packages) supplied at Chennai by the other contractor and also for the materials supplied by the Employer at store, the joint inspection by the contractor and the Engineer for the damaged materials, if any, shall be done on arrival of these materials at site in Chennai. 6.2. RAILS 6.2.1. Rail Sections 1.

The rail section shall be as per Table 1 Table 1 Item Standard Rails on main line and test track in depot lines (ii) All turnouts of main line Standard Rails & lead rails of 1 in 7 turnouts on depot lines

Rail type UIC 60, IRS-T-122009, 1080 grade Head Hardened

Rail profile UIC 861-3 or 60 E1

UIC 861-3 or 60 E1

Standard Rails & lead rails of 1 in 9 turnouts on Main lines (in Viaduct)

UIC 60, IRS-T-122009, 880 grade (Indigenous) UIC 60 /60E-1, IRS-T12-2009, 1080 grade Head Hardened

Check rails on level crossing,

Not Applicable

(i)

UIC 861-3 or 60 E1

2.

The Contractor shall take necessary approval/permission from concerned authority for transportation of rails in Chennai by Road.

3.

The contractor shall be responsible for preparing the firm and level ground for stacking of Rails as approved by the engineer. The contractor shall also arrange the required wooden battens/spacers for keeping rails in layers as directed by the engineer.

6.3. TRACK COMPONENTS 6.3.1. Rail Fastening System for Ballastless Track 1.

All plain line ballastless track for main line shall be laid with approved fastening system.

6.4. TURNOUTS, CROSSOVERS AND DIAMONDS 6.4.1. General 1.

On Standard Gauge main line, the following types of turnouts and diamond crossing shall be provided as indicated in the relevant drawings

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1 in 9 type turnout 300 m radius (ballastless)

b)

Scissors x-over of 1 in 9 type or 1 in 7 type consisting of 4 turnouts and 1 diamond crossing (ballastless) 4.50 m track centre

2.

All turnouts, diamond crossings shall be provided on reinforced concrete slab for ballastless track.

3.

The Contractor shall be responsible to make provisions on reinforced concrete slab for fixation of point driving machines, 2nd drive arrangement (in case of 1 in 9 turnouts for SG) and any other arrangements required for fixation of S & T equipment duly interfacing with designated signalling contractor with prior approval of Engineer.

4.

Turnouts shall be incorporated to take the LWR through turnouts.

5.

The contractor is required to submit method statement/work procedure for handling of rails and fixing the fastenings etc.

6.

Detailed design of RCC plinth will be carried out by the contractor.

7.

The installation of turnout to correct/requisite track parameters is the responsibility of Contractor including welding.

8.

Minor corrections involved after the completion of concreting work of rail plinth, shall be carried out by contractor.

9.

Design of Turnout slab by contractor shall be validated by Turnout contractor.

6.5. Deleted 6.6. BUFFER STOPS On main lines friction buffer with mechanical impact absorption (non-hydraulic type) shall be provided. The design and specification of friction buffers shall be submitted by the contractor for Engineer‟s approval. The contractor shall interface with the designated Rolling Stock Contractor for the details required for the design of friction buffer stops. However the following details shall be followed. Standard Gauge >

Weight of empty train is equal to 246 tonnes for 6-car train set without passengers.

>

Weight of train is equal to 376 tonnes for 6-car train set with passengers. > Impact velocity for main line & test track: 25 km/h

>

Impact velocity for main line & test track: 25 km/h

>

Impact velocity for depot line: 10 km/h

6.7. L-X-ings DELETED

6.8. Concrete Plinth (Ballastless Track) 6.8.1.

General

Ballastless Track shall be with reinforced concrete plinth on viaduct. 6.8.2.

Concrete

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The concrete shall be of M35 grade as per the Indian Standard IS-456 – 2000. The concrete shall be in accordance with the provisions mentioned in Annexure ”Q” of PS. If concreting is from existing Batching plant, the batching plant must be exclusively nominated for Chennai Metro work and work to be carried out in the batching plant as per approved Metro quality procedure and mix design. Use of SCC (Self compacting concrete) is the preferred choice for second pour concrete.) with the prior approval of Engineer. 6.8.3.

Reinforcement

1.

Reinforcement & shear connector between CW interface and concrete plinth shall be of IS1786 in accordance with relevant IS codes. The reinforcement shall be in accordance with the provisions mentioned in Annexe “Q” of PS.

2.

Electrical Interface: >

The plinth electrical continuity shall be ensured by the contractor. The Contractor shall supply and weld a connecting M.S. flat welded to the plinth reinforcement. This M.S. flat shall be 160x40x8 mm, pre-drilled with a 6-mm diameter hole, and shall be installed at each plinth / RCC slab unit extremity. These M.S. flats shall be connected by the Contractor with equivalent 35 mm2 bare copper cable to provide electrical continuity between consecutive plinths duly interfacing with the designated electrical contractor.

6.9. ALUMINO-THERMIC WELDING PORTION The welding portion and equipment required for the alumino-thermic Rail welding process shall be manufactured and tested in accordance with relevant Technical Specifications for approval of the process and supply of portions for Fusion welding of rails and performance and acceptance of alumino-thermic welding of rails of Indian Railways as mentioned in clause 5.3(9). 6.10. SIGNAL AND TRACTION RETURN RAIL BONDS At locations shown on the Drawings, and/or specified, signalling and/or traction return rail bonds are to be attached to the rail through holes, brazing, thermo welds or any other suitable technique by designated contractors as approved by Engineer.

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7. MATERIAL AND WORK MANSHIP: SURVEY AND SETTING OUT The setting out of alignment for track construction shall be the responsibility of the contractor; the following principles shall be adopted for setting out and execution. 7.1. FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES 1.

The planning organisation and process of surveys for transferring the alignment for track construction on finished at viaducts/stations shall be the sole responsibility of the Contractor. He shall at all times maintain common survey interface with the Civil Contractors.

2.

Survey and setting out of works shall be carried out by surveyors of appropriate experience and qualification as approved by the engineer.

3.

The Engineer may carry out random checks to verify the accuracy of the setting out and Contractor‟s compliance of the completed works with given alignment and the specifications. Provisions and arrangement shall be made by the Contractor to facilitate the checks. However, full responsibility lies with the contractor for the accuracy of line and level of the tracks.

7.2. SURVEY CONTROLS IN GENERAL 1.

The contractor shall interface with designated civil contractors to take over the reference co-ordinates system (x,y,z) of the project area as defined by the Chennai MRTS project. The Secondary Survey Control Markers are additional points to be established by the contractor along alignment from the reference coordinate system including bench mark thus providing survey control for the work areas. The Contractor may also establish additional survey control Markers as local grids or reference system for setting out particular sub-set of work.

7.3. SECONDARY SURVEY CONTROLS 1.

As each section of track becomes available the contractor shall submit a schedule of secondary Control Markers and Bench marks for that area duly interfacing with designated contractor. The Survey Control Markers and Bench Markers shall be used for the control of the works. The Contractor shall verify the relative accuracy of the Survey Control Markers and Benchmarks prior to use.

2.

All the Survey control markers and benchmarks provided within the project area by the designated civil contractors shall be surveyed, with survey computations based on the adopted co-ordinates system. Any changes in values shall be supported by technical evidence and on consultation with all affected parties.

3.

In particular, any changes in co-ordinate values of secondary survey markers shall only be adopted with the concurrence of the Engineer. The contractor shall be responsible to prepare modified drawings/proposals in this regard for information to all concerned parties and for approval of the engineer.

4.

It shall be the Contractor‟s responsibility to protect and preserve the integrity of the all Control Markers. In the event that any of the Secondary Control Markers or Benchmarks is damaged, the Contractor shall replace and reestablish the points at his own cost to the satisfaction of the Engineer.

7.4. SETTING OUT

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Setting out points shall be established by transfer from the survey control Markers. The Contractor shall establish physically on site such track siting marks that may be grid or offset points to be used as the reference system for the track work. In the event the original structural grid line are destroyed or rendered unusable, the Contractor shall re-establish them at his own cost without delay.

2.

At each site, the position of the site main reference setting out points shall be maintained throughout construction period. Such markers shall be checked against the Survey Control markers by the Contractor at regular intervals to ensure reliability of subsequent works.

3.

The track siting marks corresponding to both the theoretical centre of the track and to the theoretical level of the track running surface, as defined by the relevant topographical data on the documents relating to track layout shall be marked at the beginning and end of each circular curve, transition curve and vertical curve both in the longitudinal and cross directions. The said markings shall be put in: - In straight sections: every 25-m, - In curved sections: every 10-m. The track siting marks for the centre of the track shall be shown by plates or nails sealed on viaducts or as approved by Engineer. They shall be referenced by the Cartesian co-ordinates of each point identified in this manner, and registered in the topographical logbook. Should there be any discrepancy found by the contractor with reference to the geometry of civil structure, the same should be interfaced with the civil contractor. The contractor shall be responsible to prepare details duly making necessary modifications in layout, if required as a solution to the discrepancy and submit the same to the Engineer for his final decision. The track siting marks for the vertical siting of the track running surface shall be shown by angle plates sealed on sidewalls. They shall be referenced with respect to the theoretical track level as approved by Engineer. Given that the precision of the spatial siting of track laid directly on concrete is of the utmost importance, the Contractor shall position the above markings as follows. a) -

The markings show the track altitude and shall be placed at a constant height in relation to the theoretical level of the track running surface. They shall be placed at every temporary support frame of track or 5 m, whichever is less. b)

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4.

Levelling

Layout The markings show the centre line of each track and shall be fitted at every temporary support frame of track or 5 m whichever is less in straight sections, in circular curves and in transition curves.

The inner rail for curve and any rail for straight shall first be set out in its absolute position from track siting marks using co-ordinates computed from the alignment geometry, the elevation of the rail shall be checked using a level, the other rail shall be set correctly relative to the first rail.

7.5. CONTROL OF TRACK WORKS

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The Contractor shall ensure that critical dimensions for the Chennai MRTS project are met. Regular checking should be carried out during the construction stages to ensure that the specified permissible deviations are not exceeded.

2.

The Contractor shall ensure that all survey and track siting marks shall be established on Site to required accuracy. He shall also be responsible for each stage of the setting out work and for verifying compliance before construction starts.

3.

The Contractor shall develop a detailed Surveyed Track Analysis spread sheet on Microsoft EXCEL. The detailed format of the Surveyed Track Analysis spreadsheet shall be submitted to the Engineer for Acceptance at least one month prior to the commencement of track laying.

4.

The surveyed Track Analysis spread sheet shall tabulate against chainage, the vertical difference (high or low) and horizontal difference (left or right) between the actual surveyed track centre line position and the design alignment computed from latest accepted alignment geometry. Derived cant, gauge and twist values shall also be compared against design values on the same spreadsheet.

5.

Any out of tolerance condition shall be flagged up on the spreadsheet.

7.6. SURVEY INSTRUMENTS 1.

Survey instruments used and the methodology adopted shall be appropriate to the intended measurement task and accuracy specifications. Test measurements and instrument calibration shall be carried under local field conditions.

2.

It is essential that before starting any initial surveys, and at frequent intervals of not more than three months, all measuring equipment should be tested for their accuracy.

3.

All instrument deployed in the Contract shall be in good condition and properly calibrated. Calibration certificates and/or statements of services by local authorised instrument agents of not more than six months shall be the proof that the instruments are in good service conditions.

4.

Notwithstanding the above, instruments shall again be checked to ensure good condition before the Contractor proceeds to carry out a critical survey task.

5.

Horizontal control traverses shall be carried out with modern precise digital survey instruments consisting of co-axial total station with an accuracy not inferior to 2” arc and (2+2ppmxD) mm. Precise levelling runs shall be carried out in both directions using digital level with an accuracy not inferior to 1.5mm per Km double run. Digital data from the above instrument shall be recorded electronically in the field. For track surveys non co-axial total station shall not be permitted. Total stations used for track surveys shall have onboard software permitting setting out and checking of points along a calculated alignment in the field. Survey instruments used by the Contractor shall meet all such standards.

6.

For track surveys Track master or its equivalent (to be approved by CMRL) confirming to international standard will have to be used.

7.7. QUALITY PLAN

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The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer, for acceptance a separate quality plan related specifically to survey matters. The plan shall address for following: 1.

Identification of the Contractor‟s key survey staff and the lines of communication

2.

Scope of the surveying section including interface with designated contractors

3.

List of proposed surveying equipment & computer hard/software;

4.

List of surveying procedures;

5.

List of detailed method statements for all critical surveying activities;

6.

Survey test and inspection plan;

7.

Control of survey data and records;

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8. MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP: INSTALLATION 8.1. INTRODUCTION 8.1.1.

General

1.

The proposed method statements, installation procedures and installation plans for the Works shall be submitted for the Approval of the Engineer in accordance with this Chapter. These submissions shall be summarised and detailed in the Contractor‟s Submission Schedule (CSS). The documents forming the submissions shall use a standard format which shall be submitted by the Contractor for the approval of the Engineer

2.

Notwithstanding the nominal track to supporting structure dimensions indicated on the Drawings, the as constructed dimensions may vary subject to the allowable tolerances. In addition the supporting structure may contain ramps, steps, channels, drains, anchor bolts, manholes, upstands and the like. The methods of construction shall accommodate these constraints

3.

All temporary/service tracks, if required for track work on main lines, shall be arranged & laid by the contractor with prior approval of the Engineer. The contractor shall remove these temporary/service track after completing the track work as approved by Engineer.

8.1.2.

Track forms

1.

The ballastless track form on main lines and Elevated Depot shall be direct fixation on reinforced concrete plinth for plain track and in station area and RCC slab for all turnouts as shown on the Drawings.

2.

The ballastless track in depot areas shall be of the following types as shown on the Drawings a.

Embedded rail,

b.

Discretely supported on steel pedestal,

c.

Ballastless plinth type track form for washable apron (individual pedestal for each rail seat).

3.

The ballastless trackform on main lines in Underground part shall be direct fixation on reinforced concrete slab for plain track and in station as shown on the Drawings

8.2. METHODS OF WORKING 8.2.1.

Method statements

1.

Method statements detailing the proposed methods of working and incorporating all temporary works required shall be submitted to Engineer for his approval. No Permanent Work shall commence until the method statements are approved by the Engineer.

2.

Method statements for track laying shall, as a minimum cover the following items, where ever applicable: a.

handling & transport (including for materials to be supplied by Employer)

b.

stacking/storage/accountal / reconciliation of materials (including for the materials to be supplied by the Employer)

c.

pre-assembly/assembly

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d.

delivery

e.

surveying

f.

setting out

g.

welding

h.

track installation

i.

concreting

j.

as-constructed records

k.

cleaning

l.

de-stressing

m.

Cutting of rails, which may render generation of unusable small cut pieces.

3.

Method statements shall, as a minimum, incorporate hold points, tolerances, finishes required, temporary works, false works, formworks, test and inspection plans and shall include safety and quality control requirements for each activity.

4.

Method statements are also required as a minimum for the following production or installation activities: a.

Each track form

b.

Turnouts, crossovers, and derailing switches

c.

Rail welding

d.

Buffer Stops

e.

Surveying

f.

Tests on Completion

5.

Method Statements shall be prepared and submitted in a standard format as described in Clause 8.1.1 with descriptions under the following minimum headings: a.

Safety

b.

Plant, Equipment & Tools

c.

Construction Method

d.

Protection to existing drainage facilities, cast-in items, etc.

e.

Tolerances & finishes

f.

Hold Points

g.

Proforma/check sheets

h.

False works/Formwork

i.

Temporary Works

j.

Reference Drawings

k.

Reference Documents/Clauses

6.

Method Statements shall be itemized and have Document/Clause reference column as the right hand side margin.

7.

Each method statement shall be referenced to the relevant clauses of the documents forming the Contract.

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Method statements which require the use of any specific/specialised equipment or Constructional Plant shall clearly specify the equipment or Constructional Plant and the operator‟s experience required. Also method statement for rectification or repair work too needs to be submitted.

8.3. FINAL CONDITION OF TRACK 1.

Throughout construction generally and immediately after installation of the track, the rails, rail fastenings, the concrete track base, including ducts, track drains and any exposed support structure shall be made clean. This cleaning shall include the use of air/water pressure jetting and vacuum cleaners as necessary.

2.

Once a section has been cleaned, tested and the insulation values accepted by the Engineer, the accepted level of cleanliness shall be maintained until the taking over of the section.

8.4. TRACK INSTALLATION 8.4.1.

General

1.

The track gauge throughout shall be 1435 mm or as per SOD measured between the running edge gauge point of each rail and normal to the centre line of the track 14 mm below top of Rail.

2.

All main line and depot line track including turnout, x-over, diamond xing, derailing switches shall be laid with - 1:20 inward rail slope.

3.

The Contractor shall take due cognisance of his proposed rail jointing system and the rail fastening assembly spacing in the selection of the appropriate length of long welded rail panels.

4.

The minimum closure rail length in plain line shall be 6 metres except for specific locations as shown on the Drawings or as approved by the Engineer.

5.

No wastage allowance shall be permitted for the various materials supplied by the Employer except for the rails. The wastage allowance for rails shall be permitted in accordance with the provisions of para 8.4.2. (4) of PS.

8.4.2.

Rail Jointing

1.

All rail joints throughout the main lines, including turnouts, except at locations approved by the engineer, shall be welded .

2.

The welding of nominal rail lengths into long welded rail panels for main lines shall be by flash butt welding. Alumino-thermic welding shall only be used in exceptional circumstances with prior approval of the Engineer. Temporary joints between HH rails shall be by fish 1m long fish plates & clamps without drilling of holes in rails.

3.

All the welded joint for welding less than 18m rail length on main lines shall have prior approval of Engineer.

4.

The contractor shall obtain Engineer‟s prior approval for any rail cutting, which may render generation of unusable small cut pieces. These cut pieces shall also be properly accounted, collected and stacked at a nominated place approved by the Engineer before its handed over in acceptable condition.

8.4.3.

Locations of Welds

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The spacing of welds and joints shall not be less than 6.0 m between any two welds and for any deviation to this, specific approval of Engineer shall be required in each case. 8.4.4.

Long Welded Rails

Long welded rail panels (LWR) shall generally be a minimum of about 144 m. Shorter panels shall only be permitted when dictated by site conditions/site constraints and as Approved by the Engineer. 8.4.5.

Fish plated Rail Joints

1.

Standard fish plated joints wherever required in plain track shall be square.

2.

Standard fishplates joints shall be installed centrally between two adjacent fastenings and shall be manufactured and installed to permit the use of standard rail fastening assemblies.

3.

All fish plated joints shall be fitted with the nuts on the inside of the track.

8.4.6. Glued Insulated Rail Joints : Deleted 8.4.7.

Rail Temperature

Rail temperatures shall be measured using appropriate dial type magnetic rail thermometers placed on the web of the rail on the shaded side. A minimum no of thermometers required to be used per rail for measuring average rail temperature of a segment of track shall have the prior approval of Engineer. A rail embedded thermometer shall be kept at an approved location to calibrate the dial type thermometer and monitor the accuracy of the temperature measurements. 8.4.8.

Cutting of Rails

1.

Rails shall only be cut by using rail, cutting machines. The proposed method and equipment for the cutting of rails shall have the prior approval of the Engineer.

2.

Rails required to be cut shall be cold sawn square and vertical across the rail. A deviation from square or vertical of more than 0.50 mm, measured about the rail head, shall not be permitted. All burrs shall be removed from the rail ends.

3.

Quality of cutting shall be such as to ensure tolerances in flash butt and alumino–thermic welding manual.

8.4.9.

Drilling of Rails

1.

All fish bolt holes in rails, wherever required shall be drilled by using proper jigs and drilling machines. The proposed method and equipment for the drilling of rails shall have the prior approval of Engineer

2.

All holes in the rails shall be chamfered using chamfering kit & procedure approved by the Engineer.

8.5. BALLASTED TRACK INSTALLATION : DELETED 8.6. BALLASTLESS TRACK INSTALLATION 8.6.1. 1.

General The components of ballastless system shall be:

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b.

shear connector

c.

reinforced concrete plinth / slab for plain track & turnouts

d.

Fastening system for ballastless track, approved by Employer at locating as shown in relevant drawings.

e.

Provision of Mass spring system at selected locations as directed by employer. A “Request for Inspection” shall be submitted to the Engineer, complete with all necessary information to allow assessment, after the following activities and Approval must be received prior to the commencement of any follow-on activity:

2.

8.6.2.

Particular Specification

a.

Acceptance of support structure including specified surface treatment,

b.

Acceptance of shear connector during CW structure acceptance by ATW-07 Contractor.

c.

Acceptance of the plinth reinforcement,

d.

Acceptance of the track for jigs, fixtures, supporting arrangement & concreting,

e.

Acceptance of the track for the movement of construction plant, equipment and machinery,

f.

Acceptance of the track for in situ welding,

g.

Acceptance of the track for de-stressing. Reinforced Concrete Plinth:

1.

The surface of viaduct/ 1st pour concrete shall be surveyed to achieve the minimum depth (200 mm) of plinth below the rail seats. For such of those locations where minimum depth of 200 mm is not achievable, the contractor shall, with complete details, seek engineer‟s decision.

2.

The reinforced concrete plinth shall be connected with 1st pour concrete/precast concrete through shear connectors as shown in drawings. The contractor shall ensure that these shear connectors are in position before concreting the plinth. Wherever these shear connectors have not already been provided, the contractor shall provide the same by drilling & epoxying in 1st pour concrete/support concrete as shown in drawings and as directed/approved by Engineer.

3.

The contractor shall prepare the surface of supporting structure for laying of plinth/RCC slab by its scrabbling for proper bonding as approved by engineer.

4.

The Ballastless track shall be constructed by top down method of construction. The laying tolerances for various track parameters for the as installed track shall be strictly achieved in accordance with the clause 8.11.2. For achieving these tolerances, the contractor may propose an alternative method/scheme of construction of ballastless track along with tender submissions, if he so desires for Employer‟s consideration. However the sole responsibility of achieving the stipulated track laying tolerances lies with the contractor. The tenderer shall submit the detailed construction methodology including the method of handling and transport of material with the details of temporary works, equipment, plant and machinery, as to the locations where such method/Scheme has been used for similar project/conditions to demonstrate its provenness. If the

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alternative method/ scheme/ mechanised method as proposed by the tenderer is accepted by Employer, the contractor shall ensure that same scheme is adopted for construction of ballastless track on the project. If the alternative method/ scheme as proposed by tenderer is not accepted by the Employer, the contractor shall adopt the top down method for the construction of ballastless track. 5.

The contractor shall be responsible to workout the actual height of plinth at each location to maintain the designed rail level as shown in the relevant drawings and submit the same along with all relevant details for the approval of the Engineer. The reinforced concrete plinth shall be laid in the viaduct duly making the required provision for cant & vertical curve for all heights worked out above. The indicative values of cant adopted for horizontal curves have been shown in Vol.-4 Tender Drawings. However the exact values of cant for all the horizontal curves shall have to be obtained/interfaced by the Contractor with the designated civil Contractors with prior approval of the Engineer.

6.

The reinforced concrete plinths shall normally be laid in continuous lengths on the overall length of viaduct spans.

7.

During the concreting phase, the track fastening device and the running rails shall be protected by movable covers against possible splattering of concrete.

8.

Each plinth unit shall be built in one single operation; the pouring of the concrete shall imperatively be completed in one go.

9.

Twenty-four hours after pouring the plinth concrete, the formwork may be removed.

10.

In case of top down method, the plinth construction shall be carried out by using perforated dummy plates of appropriate thickness as approved by the engineer, which shall later be replaced by intermediate pad and elastomeric pad after the concrete attains sufficient strength.

11.

The Concreted surfaces of the plinth below the base plates shall be smooth, devoid of any inclusion, roughness crack, and without showing any aggregate at the surface.

12.

The presence of smooth cavities caused by air bubbles in excess of the value mentioned below shall not be tolerated in case of top down construction method. -

Maximum dimensions of the inscribing rectangle of a cavity: 20x30 mm,

-

Total surface area of the cavities: 10,000 mm2 on base plate area

-

Maximum defect depth 5 mm

8.6.3.

Deleted

8.6.4.

Deleted

8.6.5.

Drainage

The contractor shall be responsible for provision of longitudinal & cross drainage within ballastless track form (in station areas and on turnouts) with connections to main drainage system duly interfacing with the designated civil contractors. The main drainage system shall be provided by designated civil contractors. The contractor shall submit the scheme of proposed track drainage for each location for the approval of the Engineer

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8.7. TURNOUTS, CROSSOVERS, DIAMOND CROSSINGS, DERAILING SWITCHES (BALLASTLESS TRACK) 8.7.1.

General

1.

Turnouts on ballastless track shall be so set out that the line and level of both straight and turnout track are within designed tolerances as approved by Engineer.

2.

Check rails shall be set and checked to the correct clearance by using the running edge of the crossing as the datum.

3.

The assembly sequence of turnouts and diamond crossings shall be submitted for Engineer‟s Approval as part of the overall method statement for preassembly, handling, storage, transportation, unloading and installation.

4.

On completion of a turnout, the Contractor shall immediately scotch the switches with a custom made hardwood timber scotch and securely clamp the switches for the through route with an appropriate clamp to be arranged by the contractor and as approved by the Engineer. The clamp shall be capable of being padlocked with the switch in the closed position.

5.

No on-track Constructional Plant, equipment and machinery shall be allowed to operate over a turnout until it has been inspected and approved by the Engineer.

6.

The contractor shall interface & ensure the designed switch opening while fixation of the first stretcher bar by designated signalling contractor.

7.

All stretcher bars for switches except first stretcher bar shall be installed by the Contractor duly interfacing with designated signalling contractor and approved by the Engineer.

8.

Switches shall be installed to provide adequate flange way clearance between the stock rail and the switch rail with the switch rail in open position. The minimum flange way clearance in switch portion shall not be less than 60 mm. For this purpose 1 in 9 turnout may have 2nd drive arrangement while the 1 in 7 turnout can be without 2nd drive. The contractor shall provide arrangements for mounting of point operating mechanism and 2nd drive and shall co-ordinate and interface with designated signalling contractor to ensure full compatibility with regards to installation requirements and point operating mechanism. The contractor shall also be responsible for fixation of 2nd drive on tongue rails and RCC slab. The opening of switch at toe of switch shall be kept as 160 mm.

9.

Turnouts, Crossovers, Diamond Crossing will be laid on fastening system to be supplied by Turnout supplier under Contract ASTO-06 Fastening for lead portion will be supplied by Employer. The contractor shall cast derailment guards along with track plinths as per drawings approved by employer.

10.

The contractor shall provide all gauges and measuring equipment and labour necessary to completely check the pre assembled turnouts crossovers and diamond crossings.

8.7.2.

Installation (Ballastless)

Installation of ballastless turnouts, crossovers, and diamond crossings on RCC slab shall be done observing the provision of clause 8.6.2.(The numbering has to be checked and recast.) The turnouts, x-overs and diamond x-ing shall be installed without dummy plates, instead galvanised steel plates of appropriate thickness and dimensions shall be

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supplied & provided below the intermediate pad on all base plates by the contractor at the time of assembling these for installation. Concreting shall be done up to 25 mm (min.) below bottom of these plates and the gap shall be grouted with an appropriate material as approved by the engineer.

8.8. Mass Spring System as Noise Mitigation Measure on Chennai Metro Project 8.8.1.

In Tunnel

MSS reduces structure borne vibration and secondary airborne noise; therefore, it is to be provided in the area where these noise and vibrations can be controlled. MSS of world proven design can be considered subject to proper technical evaluation and approval by CMRL. 8.8.2.

Performance criteria of MSS for Ballastless Track on Metro Railways/MRTS System

The objective of this document is to establish the requirements for the supply & installation of a full surface Mass spring system for optimal vibration isolation. 8.8.3.

General Requirements to the Quality of the Mat/Elastic Pad of Mass Spring System a.

It should be full-surface support for the slab.

b.

The surface of the pad should be free from cracks & damages that affect the performance of the pad.

c.

The elastic pad should be reliable, homogeneous and having lasting elasticity

d.

lt should have homogeneous stiffness distribution.

e.

It should not be hygroscopic as it may cause a loss of their mechanical stiffness

f.

lt should be possible to overload the elastic pad for short term without deterioration and it should not damage when heavy vehicle is driven over it.

g.

It should have high efficiency & should provide long term stability

h.

It should be designed & installed so that no maintenance is required during lifetime of the track.

i.

The elasticity of the pad must be based on the compressibility of the material & not on the shape of the product structure

j.

Any geometrical forms Iike dimples or notches on the material surface must be avoided as this might influence the elasticity of the material in a negative manner due to sediments or dust.

k.

Use of softening agents/ plasticizers may be avoided in pad material as diffusion of same may stiffer the system.

l.

The elastic pad may be previously cut into special sizes to ensure a rapid & optimal installation.

m.

The elastic pad must resist the following environment al factors:

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Presence of environmental chemical agents including acid rain, oxidation & alkaline fluids. Lubricant s in general Presence of biological agents. Ultra-violet rays (ozone). Affluent from tunnel leakages

n.

MSS shall be with a proven track record. MSS should have satisfactory performance record of minimum 5 years in service in ballas tless track on two operational metro systems and or mainline railways for minimum 15 ton axle load on a similar fastening system for a minimum speed of 80 kmph giving information about natural frequency , insertion loss in relevant frequency range (40 Hz) & rail deflection of system where it was installed. In this regard supplier should submit certificate of performance from user metro and or mainline railway administration including proof of usage of MSS.

o.

MSS shall have design service life of 35 years.

p.

The elastic pads should be volume compressible.

q.

It is to be labelled at the manufacturer ' s premises indicating the manufacturer and year of manufacturing

8.8.4.

Design

Drainage: A proper drainage system is to be designed for the proposed Mass Spring System by the designing authority. Structural design of the MSS slab: As the MSS slab is a floating slab, the proper structural design of the slab including reinforcement should be done by the design authority to ensure a sustainable service life. The structural design of the MSS slab shall include Ultimate Limit State, Serviceability Limit State and Fatigue Design according to relevant codes for concrete structures (e. g Euro code 1992 or similar). 8.8.5.

The contractor should submit the following to the Engineer for approval a.

Detailed specification of the elastic pad including size, to be laid between the 1st and 2nd pour of concrete.

b.

Detailed calculation of natural frequency, transmission function, insertion loss & rail deflection based on 2 mass 2 spring model.

c.

Method statement for laying & installation of MSS material.

d.

Design of the transition zone such that increase or decrease in the stiffness of track system is limited to 50% & method statement for laying & installation for the same.

e.

Certificates of tests carried out earlier on MSS material as per the relevant standards and also furnish the copy of those standards.

f.

Method statement for testing of the system after completing the installation & maintenance manual.

g.

Quality Assurance Plan.

h.

Performance report as stated in para. 8.8.3 above.

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The contractor is required to ensure the following for the MSS a.

MSS shall be installed duly keeping the drainage in view.

b.

The elastic pad should be fixed with proper arrangement so that during 2nd stage concreting, there should not be any movement of pad from its desired position.

c.

The static and dynamic stiffness of the elastic pad must be evaluated in order to achieve the performance of MSS in terms of natural frequency, transmissibility, insertion loss and rail deflection and further to determine the acceptance criteria of the elastic pad at the time of testing.

d.

Design requirements for mitigation performanceshould achievenatural frequency < 20 Hz and insertion losses of at least 10 dB in the relevant frequency band of 40 Hz.

e.

Calculation of MSS should be based on actual drawings submitted during tender for circular and cut & cover tunnel.

f.

Total rain deflection due to running train (for slab + fastening) to be limited to 4 mm.

g.

Thickness of MSS mat (to be provided in single layer only) normally should not exceed 25 mm.

h.

Elastic pad design and installation should be such that it does not permit dirt or cement slurry from slab track to seep into the elastic pad, thereby affecting the life and performance of the MSS.

i.

It is important to keep the number of joints as low as possible and joints shall be sealed with tape to prevent the concrete mixture from entering & creating structure borne sound bridges.

j.

The resilient mat installation must be completed in the full width and length of the track substructure and on the vertical sides in order to obtain a truly floating concrete slab.

k.

The installation has to be done under strict supervision of the MSS material supplier and in accordance with the installation guidelines given by the supplier. The concreting of the slab has to be done only after the clearance from the supplier's inspection supervisor.

l.

If there are shear keys, a full decoupling of the shear key from the floating slab shall be achieved by covering the shear key with the elastic pad. Acceptance values of tests Test (DIN 45673-7)

Value

353 of 795.

Chennai Metro Rail Limited: Phase 1 Extension Contract No. ATW-07 SN 1

Test (DIN 45673-7)

Particular Specification Value

Vertical static bedding modulus And at-rest value

Vertical static bedding modulus

of Vertical static bedding modulus

Cstat = 1 – 0

Cstat required ≥0.8 Cstat calculation S1-S0 0 = minimum load (dead weigh( of the track slab) 1 operating load (dead weight and the actual operating load) S0 = measured deflection corresponding to σo S1 = measured deflection corresponding to σ1

2 3

Horizontal static bedding modulus Vertical dynamic bedding modulus

Shear Modulus Gstat, required < 0.12 N/mm2  Dynamic to static bedding modulus (with dead load of the slab only) < 1.8

ratio

 Cdyn calculation (fo, σ1) / Cdyn, calculation (30 Hz σo)< 1.0  Cdyn, reguired
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