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CONTENTS RESURFACING OF METRO AND VAJRA DISPERSAL EXTENSION OF PARALLEL TAXI TRACK & PORTION OF NEW LOOP AT AF STN MAHARAJPUR Srl No.

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Forwarding letter including instructions to tenderers

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Item Rate Tender and contract for works required IAFW 1779-A(Revised-1955) including BOQ(Quotation Bid) *General Conditions of contracts IAFW-2249 (1989 Print) including Errata and Amendments to IAFW2249 (1989 Print)

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*Schedule of minimum wages

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Special conditions including Appx ‘A’

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Particular specifications including Appx ‘A’,‘B’ & ‘C’ and Annexure ‘A’ & ‘B’ List of drawings

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Notice of Tender (IAFW 2162) including Appx ‘A’ to Notice of tender

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Errata/Amendments to the tender documents

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Relevant correspondence

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Acceptance letter

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Drawing - 24 sheets

Signature of Contractor Date:-

Asst. Dir (Contracts) For Accepting Officer

*These documents are not attached with the tender and can be seen in the office of CE (AF) Allahabad / CWE (AF) Maharajpur / GE (P) (AF) Maharajpur during working hours.

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Headquarters Chief Engineer (Air Force) Military Engineer Services Allahabad-12 Jan 2018

M/S____________________________ _______________________________ _______________________________

CANO.: CE(AF)/ALD/MHR/ 60 OF 2017-2018: RESURFACING OF METRO AND VAJRA DISPERSAL EXTENSION OF PARALLEL TAXI TRACK & PORTION OF NEW LOOP AT AF STN MAHARAJPUR Dear Sir(s), 1. Tender documents in respect of above work are uploaded on the site www.defproc.gov.in. The tender is on single stage two cover e-tendering system. The contents of Cover I & Cover II are specified in NOTICE INVITING TENDER. 2. Bids will be received online by ACCEPTING OFFICER upto Bid submission end date and time mentioned in the NOTICE INVITING TENDER (NIT) or date amended subsequently through date corrigendum. No tender / bid will be received in physical form and any tender / bid received in such manner will be treated as non bonafide tender / bid. 3. Bid will be opened on due date and time fixed for opening in the presence of tenderers / bidders or their authorised representatives, who have uploaded their quotation bid and who wished to be present at the time of opening the bids. 4. Your attention is also drawn to “Instruction on filling and submission of tender” attached herewith. You may forward your points on tender documents and / or depute you technical representative for discussion on tender / drawings and to clarify doubts, if any, on or before one week prior to bid submission start date as mentioned in NIT or date amended subsequently through date corrigendum. You are requested not to write piece meal points and forward your points duly consolidated before due date viz 2018. 5. Un-enlisted contractors are required to submit the scanned copies (in pdf file) of documents required as per eligibility criteria mentioned in instructions for filling the tender documents and Appendix ‘A’ to NIT alongwith EARNEST MONEY DEPOSIT (EMD) and tender fee on e-procurement portal and submit the physical documents in the office of Chief Engineer (AF) Allahabad within time limit specified in NIT i.e. before bid opening date Inadequacy / deficiency of documents shall make the bid liable for rejection resulting in disqualification for opening of finance bid. 6. (a) Contractor having not executed standing security bond and standing security deposit in any MES formation shall upload scanned copy of EARNEST MONEY DEPOSIT (EMD) mentioned in Notice of Tender and shall ensure receipt of hard copy of EMD in the office of Chief Engineer (Air Force) Allahabad of tender issuing authority before date and time fixed for this purpose. In case of failure to abide by any of these two requirements, the finance bid will not be opened. (b) Contractor having not executed standing security bond and standing security deposit in any MES formation would be required to deposit individual security deposit on acceptance of tender which will be calculated with reference to the tendered cost as per scales laid down by MES for calculation of “ÉARNEST MONEY” enhanced by 25% subject to maximum of Rs.18, 75,000/- (Rupees Eighteen Lakh Seventy Five Thousand Only).

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FORWARDING LETTER . . . CONTD 7.

Enlisted contractors of MES shall submit the scanned copies (pdf file) of enlistment letter, tender fee and such other documents as mentioned in Appx ‘A’ to NIT on e-procurement portal and submit physical documents in the office of Chief Engineer (AF) Allahabad before date & time fixed for this purpose.

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The contractor must ensure that the tender / bid on the proper form is uploaded in time as the Accepting Officer will take no cognizance of any quotations / offer received in any other electronic or physical form like email / fax / by hand / through post from tenderer / bidder even if they are received in time.

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

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

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ANY TENDERER, WHICH PURPOSE ALTERATIONS TO ANY OF THE CONDITION, SPECIFICATIONS LAID DOWN IN THE TENDER DOCUMENTS OR ANY NEW CONDITOIN, WHATSOEVER, IS LIABLE TO BE REJECTED.

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(a) Contractor having not executed standing security bond and standing security deposit in any MES formation shall upload scanned copy of EARNEST MONEY DEPOSIT (EMD) mentioned in Notice of Tender and shall ensure receipt of hard copy of EMD in the office of tender issuing authority before date & time fixed for this purpose. In case of failure to abide by any of these two requirements, the finance bid will not be opened. (b) Contractor having not executed standing security bond and standing security deposit in any MES formation would be required to deposit individual security deposit on acceptance of tender which will be calculated with reference to the tendered cost as per scales laid down by MES for calculation of "EARNEST MONEY" enhanced by 25% subject to maximum of Rs. 18,75,000/- (Rupees Eighteen Lakh seventy five thousand only).

Yours faithfully,

Asst. Dir (Contracts) For Accepting Officer Signature of Contractor Dated:

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

Contractor(s) who are not enlisted with MES / who are enlisted but have not executed the Standing Security Bond shall submit Earnest Money Deposit as detailed in Notice of Tender in one of the following forms, alongwith their tender /bid:(a)

Deposit at Call Receipt from a Scheduled Bank in favour of Garrison Engineer concerned i.e. Garrison Engineer (P) (AF) Maharajpur .

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Receipted Treasury Challan, the amount being credited to the Revenue Deposit of Garrison Engineer (P) (AF) Maharajpur .

It is advisable that Earnest Money is deposited in the form of deposit call receipt from an approved Schedule Bank for easy refund. In case the tenderer / bidder wants to lodge ‘EARNEST MONEY DEPOSIT’ in any other form allowed by MES, a confirmation about its acceptability will be obtained from the Accepting Officer well in advance of the bid submission end date and time. Earnest Money Deposit shall be submitted in the name of concerned GE. NOTES:-Earnest Money Deposit (EMD) in the form of cheque / Bank Guarantee etc will not be accepted. NON-SUBMISSION OF EARNEST MONEY DEPOSIT (EMD) (scanned copy alongwith Technical Bid & hard copy before the date and time fixed for opening of bid) WILL RENDER THE BID DISQUALIFIED FOR OPENING OF COVER II (FINANCE BID). 2.

SECURITY DEPOSIT

In case the tender / bid submitted by such contractor who is not enlisted with MES is accepted, the contractor will be required to lodge with the Controller of Defence Accounts INDIVIDUAL SECURITY DEPOSIT calculated with reference to TENDERED COST as notified by the Accepting Officer subject to a maximum of Rs. 18,75,000/-. The amount is required to be lodged within 30 (Thirty ) days of the receipt by the contractor of notification of acceptance of tender / bid, failing which the sum shall be recovered from the 1st RAR payment or from the Final Bill (See Condition 22 of General Conditions of Contracts (GCC)(IAFW-2249)). 3. CONTRACTORS ENLISTED WITH CHIEF ENGINEER CENTRAL COMMAND AND WHO HAVE EXECUTED STANDING SECURITY BOND AND DEPOSITED STANDING SECURITY DEPOSIT BUT OF LOWER CLASS In case the tender / bid is accepted, the amount of Additional Security Deposit will be as notified by the Accepting Officer. The amount will be the difference between the “Individual Security Deposit” calculated with reference to the “TENDERED COST” and ‘Standing Security Deposit’ lodged. The amount is required to be lodged within 30 (Thirty ) days of the receipt by the contractor of notification of acceptance of tender / bid, failing which the sum shall be recovered from the 1st RAR payment or from the Final Bill (Refer Condition 22 of GCC (IAFW2249)). 4. CONTRACTORS ENLISTED IN MES FORMATIONS OTHER THAN CHIEF ENGINEER CENTRAL COMMEND Contractors whose names are on the approved list of any MES formation i.e. other than CE central Command and who have deposited Standing Security and have executed Standing Security Bond may tender / bid without depositing Earnest Money with the bid and if the Accepting Officer decides to accept the tender /bid, such tenders will be required to lodge Individual Security Deposit as notified by the Accepting Officer. The amount is required to be lodged within 30 (Thirty) days of the receipt by the contractor of notification of acceptance of tender /bid, failing which the sum shall be recovered from the 1st RAR payment or from the Final Bill. 5.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLIANCE

5.1 The bid(s) received only in the electronic form will be considered. All bids shall be submitted on ‘defproc.gov.in’ portal. Documents should be scanned and forwarded in ‘pdf’ form and ‘xls’ form as indicated. 5.2 Bids shall be uploaded on ‘defproc.gov.in’ portal on or before the bid closing date mentioned in the tender. No tender /bid in any other electronic or physical form like email /fax / by hand /through post will be considered. 5.3

Bid should be DIGITALLY signed using valid DSC. All pages of tender documents, corrections/alterations shall be signed / initialed by the lowest bidder after acceptance.

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INSTRUCTIONS ON FILLING AND SUBMISSION OF TENDER(Contd...) 5.4

Drawings, if issued in physical form, must be returned duly initialed by the tenderer/bidder in separate envelope indicating his name and address.

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The tender shall be signed, dated and witnessed at all places provided for in the documents after acceptance. All corrections shall be initialed. The Contractor shall initial every page of tender and shall sign all drawings forming part of the tender. Any tender /bid, which proposes alterations to any of the conditions whatsoever, is liable to be rejected.

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In the technical bid, a scanned copy of Power of Attorney in favour of the person uploading the bid using his / her DSC shall be uploaded. In case, the digital signatory himself is the sole proprietor, scanned copy of an affidavit on stamp paper of appropriate value to this effect stating that he has authority to bind the firm in all matters pertaining to contract including the Arbitration Clause, shall be attached in ‘pdf’ form. In case of partnership concern or a limited company, digital signatory of the bid / tender shall ensure that he is competent to bind the contractor (through partnership deed, general power of attorney or Memorandum and Articles of Association of the Company) in all the matters pertaining to the contracts with Union of India including arbitration clause. A scanned copy of the documents confirming of such authority shall be attached with the tender /bid in ‘pdf’ form, if not submitted earlier. The person uploading the bid on behalf of another partner(s) or on behalf of a firm or company using his DSC shall upload with the tender / bid. A scanned copy (in ‘pdf’ form) of Power of Attorney duly executed in his favour by such other or all of the Partner(s) or in accordance with constitution of the company in case of company, stating that he has authority to bind such other person for the firm or the Company, as the case may be, in all matters pertaining to the contract including the Arbitration Clause.

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Even in case of Firms or Companies which have already given Power of Attorney to an individual authorizing him to sign tender in pursuance of which bids are being uploaded by such person as a routine, fresh Power of Attorney duly executed in his favour stating specifically that the said person has authority to bind such pertners of the Firm, or the Company as the case may be, including the condition relating to Arbitration Clause, should be uploaded in ‘pdf’ form with the tender /bid; unless such authority has already been given to him by the firm or the company. It shall be ensured that power of attorney shall be executed in accordance with the constitution of the company as laid down in its Memorandum & Article of Association.

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Hard copies of all above documents should be sent by the contractor to the Tender issuing authority well in advance to be received before the date and time fixed for the same.

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

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The contractor shall employ Indian Nationals after verifying their antecedents and loyalty. Attention is also drawn to special condition 3 referred here-in-after and also conditions 24 & 25 of IAFW 2249 (General Condiotns of contract).

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Tenderers/bidders who uploaded their priced tenders / bids are desirous of being present at the time of opening of the tenders / bids, may do so at the appointed time.

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The tenderer / bidder shall quote his rate on the BOQ file only. No alteration to the format will be accepted, else the bid will be disqualified and summarily rejected.

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In case the tenderer / bidder have to revise / modify the rates quoted in the BOQ (excel sheet) he can do so only in the BOQ, through defproc.gov.in site only before the bid closing time and date.

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In case the BOQ is revised by the department and the bidder has failed to quote in revised BOQ( i.e. he has quoted in previous BOQ), such bid shall be treated as willful negligence by the bidder and his quotation shall be considered non-bonafide

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INSTRUCTIONS ON FILLING AND SUBMISSION OF TENDER(Contd...) 6 REVOKATION / REVISION OF OFFER UPWARD / OFFERING VOLUNTARY REDUCTION, AFTER CLOSING OF BID SUBMISSION DATE & TIME In the event of tenderer / bidder revoking his offer or revising his rates upward / offering voluntary reduction, after closing of bid submission date & time, his offer will be treated as revoked and the Earnest Money deposited by him shall be forfeited. In case of MES enlisted Contractors, amount equal to the Earnest Money stipulated in the Notice of tender, shall be notified to the tenderer/bidder for depositing the amount through MRO. Bids of such Contractors / bidders shall not be opened till the aforesaid amount equal to the earnest money is deposited by him in Govt Treasury. In addition, bids of such tenderer / bidder and his related firm shall not be opened in second call or subsequent calls. Reduction offered by the tenderer /bidder on the freak high rates offered for review shall not be treated as voluntary reduction. . 7.

CRITICAL PATH METHOD (C P M)

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The project planning for work covered in the scope of tender is based on CPM.

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The tenderer / bidder is expected to be fully conversant with the CPM technique and employ technical staff who can use the technique in sufficient details. Sufficient books and other literature on the subject are widely available in the market which the tenderer / bidder may make use of.

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The tenderer’s / bidder’s attention is drawn to special condition of the tender regarding preparation of the detailed network analysis and time schedule for the work and his liability for employing sufficient resources to adhere to this schedule. Any inability on the part of the tenderer / bidder in using the technique will be taken as his technical inefficiency and will affect his class of enlistment and future prospect / invitation to tenders for future works.

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Department may issue amendments / errata in form of CORRIGENDUM to tender / revised BOQ to the tender documents. The tender / bidder is requested to read the tender documents in conjunction with all the errata / amendments / corrigendum, if any, issued by the department.

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These instructions shall form part of the contract documents.

Signature of Contractor Dated:

Astt. Dir (Contracts) For Accepting Officer

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(IN LIEU OF IAFW 1779A) (REVISED 1955) (To be used in conjunction with General Conditions of contracts IAFW 2249, 1989 Print)

MILITARY ENGINEER SERVICES

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CA NO: CE(AF)/ALD/MHR/ 60 OF 2017-2018: RESURFACING OF METRO AND VAJRA DISPERSAL EXTENSION OF PARALLEL TAXI TRACK & PORTION OF NEW LOOP AT AF STN MAHARAJPUR

1. M/s__________________________________________of___________________is/are here by authorized to tender for the above work. The quoted tender shall be uploaded by the bidder on “www.defproc.gov.in” on the before 1800 hours on Jan 2018.

2. Any correspondence concerning this tender should be addressed quoting the reference as given to Chief Engineer (Air Force) Allahabad-211012 and marked as “ CA NO.: CE (AF)/ALD /MHR/ 60 OF 2017-18”.

3. “THE PRESIDENT OF INDIA DOES NOT BIND HIMSELF TO ACCEPT THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER”

Signature of Officer Issuing the documents

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SCHEDULE ‘A’ NOTES

NAME OF WORK : CA NO: CE(AF)/ALD/MHR/ 60 OF 2017-2018: RESURFACING OF METRO AND VAJRA DISPERSAL EXTENSION OF PARALLEL TAXI TRACK & PORTION OF NEW LOOP AT AF STN MAHARAJPUR Notes:1. The scope of work of this contract is included in schedule ‘ A’ (BOQ) and specifications. 2.

PERIOD OF COMPLETION

2.1 Entire work under this contract is grouped in to two phases, i.e., Phase – I & II which shall be completed from the date of commencement / handing over of site as mentioned here-in-after. Phase Scope Covered Period of Completion 1 2 3 I (i) Surveying of proposed area by using total station survey 45 Days from the date equipment. of commencement of work. (ii) Submission of survey report, proposed profiles for various locations as mentioned above, submission of earth work quantity of various sections for approval. (iii) Mobilization of all T & P as listed in Sch A notes & Particular Specifications here-in-after. (iv) Setting up of site office, erection of plants, setting up new gates for entry, barricading the area for tools, plants, material storing yard, making approaches to site. (v) Setting of site lab with full equipment as per P.S. (vi) Submission of project management report on MS project / Primavera showing all activities, men and materials requirement on daily basis. (vii) Approval of job mix and design mix.

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(viii) All site Engineers as per CA, suitable reliever be provided in lieu of any site Engineer proceeding on leave. At all times the total number of site Engineers should not be less than as specified in CA. Trial bay construction & testing on go ahead given by GE based 45 Days on satisfactory completion of site lab and T&P installation for inspection. Entire scope of work under this contract 600 Days

Note:- Above time periods are inclusive of rainy days 2.2 Accepting Officer will be informed on completion of Phase – I work by GE. If Phase – I is not completed within the stipulated time, then the work will be cancelled by Accepting Officer. It is to note that Board of Officers/Rep of CE will be inspecting the site on completion of Phase – I works and also for approval of trial bays for DLC ,PQC and all layers of pavement as specified in the drawings of the actual pavement construction for Phase – II work. Phase-III will commence only after written permission from GE. 2.3 The runway & road works executed under this contract shall be under defect liability for 03 (Three) year after completion (Date mentioned in completion certificate issued by GE) of the entire work and taken over by GE (P) (AF) Maharajpur. Contractor is fully liable under to replace/rectify all defective work intimated to him during this period. In case contractor fails to rectify/replace the defective work,GE shall get the replacement /rectification as necessary at the risk and cost of contractor and recover the cost in full from the contractor. If the contractor consider that any additional treatment is required over and above that specified here in before, the same shall be carried out by the contractor without any extra cost to the Government. During the period if any portion of runway/road sinks or damaged due to stagnation of water, the contractor shall rectify or replace defective work/material at his own expenses, when called upon in writing to do so by the GE. All successful bidders including enlisted contractors shall deposit BGB/FD with the department valid for three years post completion date given to contractor for a face value of 2% of the contract amount. 2.4 Works covered under above mentioned phases shall be completed within 690 (SIX HUNDRED NINTY) DAYS from the date of commencement as ordered by GE in the Work Order and in accordance with Project management Schedule agreed to between the GE and contractor in terms of condition 11 of IAFW-2249 (General Conditions of Contacts) forming part of this contract. The Prima Vera software / MS PROJECT shall be used for management of work. The route map through which materials / trucks and Contractor’s men are to be moved (both entry & exit) shall be as per instructions of GE. Plant and material dumping area shall be on the location as instructed by GE and is to be strictly adhered to. Any damage to existing road to be made good by the contractor at his own cost and no claim on this account will be entertained. 2.5 Mix design and job mix formulas from approved institution(s) as specified shall be submitted for approval within 30 days of commencement of work to GE for taking approval from CWE.

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SCHEDULE ‘A’ NOTES (CONTD…)

2.6 Contractor shall submit detailed MS Project Schedule with Work Break down Structure (WBS) for each activity duly linked with manpower and T&P resources. This detailed schedule shall be submitted by the Contractor within time period given above of placing the Work Order. No extension shall be granted on account of any slippage in Project Schedule due to fault of contractor. 2.7 The contractor, if he so desires, will be allowed to work beyond normal working hours, except on Sundays and Gazetted holidays with prior written permission of GE. The contractor will also be permitted to work on Sunday and Gazetted holidays if so desired by him/them with prior written permission of GE. 2.8 It is made clear that Contractor’s quoted rates are deemed to include for cost of material for testing, all field apparatus required for sampling and testing as per MES Schedule / IS codes / MORTH specifications and manpower incidental to such testing will be provided along with necessary transport arrangement to and fro to the approved testing agency or laboratory by the contractor during the construction phase of the work and defects liability period. Field laboratory checked by SEMT Pune with all the required apparatus as listed in Particular Specifications specified here-in-after along with trained man power for conducting tests and requisite furniture, computer with connected equipments and trained staff shall be established by the contractor at site of work at his cost for carrying out field test at stipulated frequency. Any test which is required to be carried out as per MES Schedule / IS code / MORTH specifications, but cannot be performed at field laboratory established by the contractor, all such tests shall be carried out by the Contractor at IITs/NITs and cost of such tests shall be borne by the contractor and their quoted rates shall be deemed to include for the same. All the tests shall be carried out by qualified lab technicians employed by the Contractor in the presence of Engineer-in-charge or his representative and a third party i.e. either AGE (I) (lab) or SO II (lab) or runway coordinator as appointed by Accepting Officer, who shall directly report to him on quality control issues / matters. In addition to above, minimum 5% of required tests as per frequency shall be got done from third party viz. IIT/NIT/Govt approved lab/NABL accredited lab/SEMT Pune. Cost of materials, sampling, transporting & testing charges shall be borne by Contractor. The quoted rates shall be deemed to be included for this provision and nothing extra will be paid by Government in this regard. The quoted rates shall include rates for confirmatory test by third party of the soil design parameters mainly CBR and K value. Phase I work can not commence until confirmatory site investigation report is submitted by the contractor. 2.9 Contractor shall deploy atleast minimum machinery / T&P (excluding reserves) on the work as per Particular Specifications specified here-in-after. List of equipments to be installed in site lab for quality control is given in Particular Specifications. The contractor should note that list of machinery/equipment given in Particular Specifications is minimum requirement. The contractor may have to bring / use additional machinery / equipment other than specified in Particular Specifications for smooth functioning and timely completion of the work with respect to Project Schedule without any extra cost to the department. During progress of PQC works, if the slip form paver found unserviceable / non functioning more than 72 hours, a penalty of Rs.12, 000 / hour shall be levied from the contractor. (Restricted to 8 hours per day) from the date the paver is found unserviceable to till the equipment is made functional. 2.10. PREPARATORY WORKS AS SHOWN IN SITE PLAN 2.10.1 The following items of works indicated in Site Plan shall be considered as Preparatory Works under the subject Contract. These provisions shall be provided by the Contractor as specified here in below at his own expenses and the quoted rates shall deemed to include for these provisions and nothing extra will be paid by Government in this regard. (a) Temporary approach for Contractor’s men and materials :Contractor shall provide temporary approach as shown in Site Plan. Contractor is at liberty to use any specification for this provision. The contractor shall bring this stretch of approach roads to its original status by using excavated earth which shall be properly compacted and rolled to the satisfaction of Engineer-in-Charge before work is completed and certified so by GE.

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SCHEDULE ‘A’ NOTES (CONTD…) (b) The materials i.e. aggregate for all types of pavements/concrete shall be stacked on paved surfaces in neat trapezoidal stack duly separated by suitable baulks. Platforms shall be 75mm thick of PCC 1:5:10, type E2, using 40mm graded stone and shall be dismantled after completion of work. 2.10.2 The minimum T & P including required man power to be made available on notification of defects if any identified by the GE during defects liability within 15 days of notification by GE as detailed in P.S. 2.10.3 Where consolidation or rolling is specified in the description of items under column 2 of Schedule ‘A’, the “Unit” of measurement given under column 4, shall be deemed to be for the compacted/consolidated quantities of work done. The quantities given under column 3 of Schedule ‘A’ against these items are of solid contents, i.e., after compaction/ consolidation. 2.10.4 In the absence of any definite provision in the specifications contained herein, reference may be made to the latest MORTH (Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport and Highways) (Govt of India) published by IRC (Indian Road Congress) and MES Schedule, ICAO/CPWD Specification and IS codes. Wherever these are silent, construction and completion of works shall conform to sound engineering practice, and in case of any dispute arising out of the interpretation of the above, the decision of Accepting Officer shall be final and binding on the Contractor. 2.10.5 All the Code of Practice, Standards and Specifications applicable shall be the latest editions with upto date correction slip and revisions etc. 2.10.6 Please note that no foreign exchange or import license facility will be arranged by the Department for any material, plants, equipments and tools required for execution of subject work. 2.10.7 Before issue of completion certificate and final taking over of the work, checking of undulations by roughometer on the Dispersal etc shall be done in the presence of GE and authorized representative of contractor and User unit for compliance as per required gradient / camber. Longitudinal profile of finished surface when checked with roughometer / profilometer roughness shall not exceed 2000 mm per kilometer. All the test results shall be duly signed by all concerned and copy be kept on record. In addition, surface finishes testing shall be got done by GE through SEMT Wing Pune / approved agency by Accepting Officer. In case, test results are found not satisfactory, testing charges shall be borne by Contractor otherwise testing charges shall be borne by Govt. If any portion of the work is found to be unacceptable based on the above tests, same shall be done/re-laid by contractor without any extra cost. GE’s decision with regard to method and manner of relaying or rectifying the undulations shall be final and binding. 2.10.8 The locations of Concrete Batching Plant(s) etc shall be as directed by GE. The location for these plants may be changed within the limits of layout plan and the Contractor shall have no claims whatsoever on this account. 2.10.9 Leveling: The initial levels shall be recorded at a grid interval of 2mx2m with the help of total station and it should be located after 30m and then levels at same interval and same places shall be taken after completion of each layer of work (i.e compacting and rolling the soil base, compacting and rolling the embankment, DLC, PQC, GSB, WMM etc). All the levels so taken shall be fed into the computer on MS Excel sheet and longitudinal section and cross section will be got drawn by the contractor and signed jointly by the contractor and the GE. The first such L and cross section showing existing levels and proposed top level of excavated soil base shall be got approved from GE. Contractor’s quoted rates and sum shall be deemed to be included for these provisions and nothing extra shall be payable on this account.

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SCHEDULE ‘A’ NOTES (CONTD…)

2.10.10 Project Management --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- In amplification of Condition 25 of IAFW-2249, No. of Engineers as shown in table of Engineering establishment in NIT(Notice Inviting Tender) with requisite experience shall be employed by the contractor who will be well conversant and qualified to the satisfaction of Garrison Engineer on utilization of project management tools and techniques using Primavera/ MS Project. The Engineers so employed shall be approved by GE and shall not be changed during the currency of the project without his prior permission. The contractor’s site office will have necessary software, hardware and one qualified operator (in addition to above graduates in Civil Engineering) to monitor the project on day to day basis using above Primavera/ MS Project tools. The total project duration considered from start to completion will also include likely time delays specific to the area of execution of the work and shall be within the accepted time of completion mentioned in the contract. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =--

The details in the Project Schedule Network will include:-

(a) All activities in detail work break down structure (WBS) for each activity with assigned T&P labour and duration with facility to follow progress. (b) Material Procurement planning and utilization (qty and time of availability) details to ensure actual availability prior to the commencement of the activity/task. (c) Plant deployment details (activity wise). (d) Activity Vs Labour employment details. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Detailed Dated Project Time Schedule will be jointly prepared by contractor and Garrison Engineer using MS Project/Primavera within two weeks of acceptance of the contract and shall be kept on record of Garrison Engineer for further reference. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- The Project Time Schedule will be updated daily with all necessary details and the “Work Done Report” will be signed by the contractor and included as part of the “Works Diary” by the JE and checked by the Engineer-in-Charge. A weekly review of the work progress will be done between the Engineer-in-Charge and the contractor to monitor the progress made during the week vis-à-vis total progress. The weekly report will also include forecast of resources to include plant, stores, labour, etc for the next week. A detailed monthly report will be prepared and submitted to the GE by the contractor and review done jointly to examine increasing resources to ensure completion within the laid down time period. The detailed monthly progress report shall be presented and discussed by Project Manager of Contractor with Accepting Officer/ Director (Contracts)/ Officers detailed by Accepting Officer at Chief Engineer (AF) Allahabad office every month initially for three months and then after every two months interval from the date of start of work and if work is lagging behind then either proprietor of the firm or one senior management member shall be present in the meeting. 2.10.11 OBSERVANCE OF SECURITY RESTRICTIONS --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- The contractor, his agents, work people etc shall adhere to the security instructions as laid down in the Contract Conditions strictly. No claim whatsoever for observance of restrictions imposed at site shall be admissible at any stage of work. 10.12.0 Contractor’s Supervision --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Engineers as detailed in prequalification criteria are to employed by the Contractor. It is to be ensured that they are deployed at site during execution of work failing which the work will be stalled. Concerned AGE/JE are responsible for the keeping necessary record of the same. 2.10.13 After completion of works, PCN evaluation of pavement at all places i.e Runways. Links, LTT, dispersals, wherever resurfacing or new provision has been made will be evaluated by the Government (Through SEMT) and the cost of the same shall also be borne by the Govt. Contd/-

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SCHEDULE ‘A’ NOTES (CONTD…) 2.10.14 Site of work is a IAF aircraft flying station. Contractor shall have to plan his resources, manpower and work keeping in view the aircraft flying schedule of AF Station. 2.10.15 GE shall have full powers to put the contractor on notice on account of default either for non-employment of Engineers (s) or absence of Engineer (s) from the site and levy penalty of Rs 1000/- per day per vacancy upto 30 days period. Thereafter, GE shall have the option to either suspend the work or employ Engineer (s) at Contractors cost and recover the amount from the contractor’s due. 2.10.16 Contractor has to provide basic model of mobile phone without multi-media device to all their staff for effective communication between plant site, storage yard, site, lab MES and user. There permission for use of mobile phone at site shall be obtained from Air Force authority through GE. 2.10.17 The equipments maintained in site lab shall be got calibrated by the contractor in every 3(Three) months of earlier and T&P to be deployed by the contractor shall be got calibrated by the contractor in every 5(Five) months of earlier. 2.10.18 On completion of the entire work, the contractor shall submit on tracing paper alongwith three prints of layout plans of executed works / services drawn to the suitable scale, showing actual routes / alignment of various pipe lines, sizes, position of fittings and water central valves etc as executed together with any information which the Engineer-inCharge may require, duly signed by the him and approved by Garrison Engineer before issue of completion letter to the contractor. 2.10.19 Contractor shall provide photographic record in the shape of album size not less than A4 size in triplicate for each important stage in 6 different locations as directed by GE. After completion contractor shall also submit framed photo of complete project in triplicate size not less than 900x600mm. The cost to this effect shall be deemed to be included in rates quoted by contractor for the entire work. 3. Measurements of work done shall be as per items and units in the Schedule ‘A’ and this mode of measurement shall take precedence over standard Schedule of Rates Part II (SSR Pt II) 2010 where at variance with the later. 4. Unless otherwise specified, rates tendered by the contractor shall include for all incidental and additional labour to cover all the work enumerated and described under the heading “description of items and preambles to similar items in Standard Schedule of Rates Part II 2010 as applicable. It is an express condition of this tender that the rates quoted by the contractor in tender for various items of work shall be deemed to include for full and entire completion of the items of work in accordance with the provisions of the tender. The Government will not entertain any claim, whatsoever; on account of inaccuracies/ misunderstanding, if any, in the aforesaid rates. 5. Description of items given in Schedule ‘A’ is in brief. These are deemed to be amplified and read in conjunction with special conditions, particular specification, specification of materials and workmanship and conditions given in the relevant section of SSR 2009 Part I (specification) and Part II 2010 (Rates) as applicable and contract, drawings referred to against the items of Schedule ‘A’ and mentioned in list of drawings. 6. The work under this contract shall be executed in Restricted area where working hours and routes are restricted by the authorities controlling the area for security purpose. This being vital factor regarding loss of man-hours etc. shall be considered by the contractor while quoting his rates for this work. Govt shall not entertain any claims whatsoever on this account at subsequent date. 7. Specification in MES Schedule part I (2009) and preamble to items given in MES Schedule part-II rates (2010) under respective trade section shall be applicable. If any provision in the description of items of Schedule ‘A’ and particular specifications is at variance with the provisions given in specification in MES Schedule part I (2009) and preambles to MES Schedule part II rates (2010), provision in particular specifications shall take precedence there over. Contd…/

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SCHEDULE ‘A’ NOTES (CONTD…)

8. Probable distributions of various items are indicated on drawing these are tentative and may be varied where necessary at the discretion of GE. The contractor shall not be entitled for any claim on account of such varied quantities, alignment or change in requantities No price adjustment shall be done on account of final approved layout within the site plan area. 9. The rates quoted by the contractor shall be deemed to include for all minor extra and constructional details which may not have been specifically mentioned in Sch 'A' or given in particular specification but are essential for the execution of work and services in a workman like manner, sound construction and established engineering practice. The details of such items not specifically shown on drawings/specified shall be furnished during execution of the work. In case of difference of opinion between the contractor and the GE as to whether or not certain items of work constitute minor extras/minor constructional details which are deemed to have been included in the contractor’s rates, the decision of the Accepting Officer shall be final, conclusive and binding. 10. The contractor shall calculate his own details, insert unit rates in figures only in column 5 of BOQ. 11. The quantities shown in column 3 of BOQ are approximate and are inserted as guide only. These shall, however not be varied beyond the limits laid down in condition 7 of IAFW2249, General conditions of Contracts forming part of this contracts. The quantities against similar items under various activities have been clubbed and shall be executed under various activities (locations) as detailed in Schedule 'A' . 12. Unit rate quoted by the contractor against various items of Schedule ‘A’ shall, interalia, be deemed to include for any minor details of construction which are obviously and fairly intended and which may not have been specifically included in the tender documents but which are essential for the execution and completion of works. In case of difference of opinion between the contractor and the GE as to whether or not, any item of work constitutes ‘Minor details of construction’, the decision of Accepting officer shall be final, conclusive and binding. 13. Method of measurement of all works shall be as described as in MES schedule, unless otherwise specified in these documents. 14. Where consolidation or rolling is specified in the description of items under column 2 of Schedule ‘A’ the ‘unit’ of measurement given under column 4, shall be deemed to be for the compacted /consolidated quantities of work done. The quantities given under column 3 of Schedule ‘A’ against these items is in solid contents i.e. after compaction/consolidation. 15. Unless otherwise specified, unit rate against each item of work shall be deemed to be inclusive of materials and labour, all plants, equipments and tools including testing for acceptance criteria complete. 16. The locations (s) of concrete batching plant(s) etc shall be as as shown on site plan and as directed by the GE. The location for these plants may be changed within the limits of layout plan and the Contractor shall have no extra claims on this account. 17 The defect liability period mentioned in condition 46 of IAFW-2249 shall be commenced from the date of completion of the entire work under the Contract. 18. INITIAL MOBILISATION (i) Mobilization of serviceable T & P, procurement of 15 % quantity of material is required for all items of Schedule ‘A’ (except sealant compound & cement). The contractor shall also make arrangements for uninterrupted supply for balance materials required for entire completion of work, to carry out survey, getting mix design and job mix formula designed and obtaining approval of mix design and job mix formula from CWE and setting up site lab as specified here-in-after. This activity must be completed within 45 days from the commencement of the work. Contd…/

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SCHEDULE ‘A’ NOTES (Contd...) (ii)

Minimum T & P to be Mobilized Srl No 1. 2. 3. 4 5 6 7 8

T & P Items Tippers (Minimum 10 MT capacity) DG set 100 KVA /82.5 KVA Water bowser 3000 Litre capacity Soil Compactor Excavator(JCB) Motor Grader Fixed form paver for plinth concrete work Full depth joint cutting machine of suitable capacity

Qty 08 Nos 04 No 03 Nos 01 Nos 02 Nos 01 No 01 No 01 No

9

Spraying equipment for curing compound(Min pressure 2PSI)

01 No

10 11

02 Nos 01 No.

15

Infrared Thermometer Computerised Hot mix plant(Batch mix) of minimum capacity 90 TPH including printing facilities Computerised ready mix concrete plant of minimum capacity 90 cum/hr output with printing facility with printable output Bituminous Sprayer 10 to 12 ton motorised Paver with electronic sensor (min. width of paver finisher 9 m ) for laying bituminous layer with printing facilities Mechanised runway marking and painting equipment

16

Air Compressor 350 Cft

01 No.

17.

Slip form paver with electronic sensor(minimum 05 m and extendable with attachment to 08m width) for laying concrete pavement Insulated bitumen containers of suitable capacity near hot mix plant

01 Nos

12 13 14

18

needle

01 No. 01 No. 01 No. 01 No.

02 Nos

19.

Hand held heavy duty operated/diesel driven)for PQC

vibrators(electrically 06Nos

20

Machine for joint filling

21 22

Diamond cutter for joints(Diesel/electric driven)(Two full depth 02 Nos concrete cutting machine) WMM plant of 90to 120TPH capacity 01 No

23

Vibratory type sand screeners

01 No

24

Profilometer/Roughometer

01 No.

25

Core cutting machine(150mm diameter & 100mm diameter bit)

01 No.

26

Field testing eqipment to test 'K' value & CBR value

01 No.

27

Pneumatic tyre roller 07 to 25 ton capacity

02 Nos

28

Dual mode tandem vibratory rollers 8-10 ton capacity

04 Nos

29

Lab Testing equipment for site lab

30

Total station survey Equipment

01No

01 No

(iii) Contractor shall arrange any additional T & P and any other T & P required during execution of work without any extra cost to the Govt so as to ensure timely completion of the work. The contractor shall also make suitable arrangement to ensure uninterrupted execution of work in case of failure of any of above referred T&P.The contractor shall make his own arrangement for safety and security of T & P and material brought at site. Mix design and job mix formulas from approved institution(s) as specified shall be submitted for approval within 45 days of commencement of work to GE for taking approval from CWE. (iv) COMPENSATION FOR DELAY IN MOBILISATION PHASE BEYOND 45 DAYS In case of the failure on the part of contractor to complete above mobilization phase of work within the stipulated period, compensation shall be recovered from the contractor at the rate of Rs 10,000/- (Rupees ten thousand only) per day subject to maximum of Rs 5,00,000/- (Rupees five lakh only) .Condition 50 of IAFW –2249 (General condition of Contract) shall be deemed to be amended accordingly. The materials and T & P collected shall be entered in the MB as “NOT TO BE ABSTRACTED” and shall be duly signed by both the parties. Contd../-

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SCHEDULE ‘A’ NOTES (Contd...) 19. Prior to commencement of work, proper and accurate survey of existing surface of the area shall be jointly carried out by MES executives and contractors representative to take and record existing levels after surface dressing under Sch ‘A’. The initial levels shall be recorded at a minimum (5x5) Mtr grid interval as specified in Particular Specification with the help of suitable software and instruments like Total Station. All the levels so taken shall be fed into the computer on MS Excel sheet and L- section and cross section will be got drawn by the contractor and signed jointly by the contractor and the GE which shall form basis for fixing up longitudinal and cross profiles and calculation of volumetric quantities. Contractor’s quoted rate shall be deemed to include for these provisions and nothing extra shall be payable on these accounts. 20. The following abbreviation wherever occurs in tender documents shall have the meaning as indicated against each :-

21.

(a) (b) © (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (j) (k) (l) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r)

RM,M,m,mtr CM,cm MM,mm CUM,cum,cuM SQM,Sqm M/L, M&L S/F,S&F C/O,CO B/F,BF Kg x Sqm/ X Sqm x RM/ X RM N.B. Drg/Drgs/drg/drgs Cucm/CUCM PQC Pbw

(A)

The coarse aggregates to be incorporated in the work shall be of type and source as indicated hereunder irrespective of what is indicated elsewhere in tender documents :(i) For PQC/RCC/PCC/DLC - Crushed stone aggregate conforming to IS-383 from JHANSI (UTTAR PRADESH) and GWALIOR(M.P). (ii) (iii)

(B)

-

Running Metre Centimetre/Cement mortar Milimetre Cubic Metre Square Metre Material and Labour Supplying and fixing Carried over Brought forward Kilogram 10 Sqm Ten RM Nominal Bore Drawing/ Drawings/ drawing/ drawings Cubic Centimetre Pavement quality concrete Part by Weight

For WBM/Soling - Aggregates conforming to IS-383 Fine aggregate viz coarse sand shall be obtained from river sindh near Dabra.

The grading of aggregates and their physical properties shall be as specified in particular specifications.

22.

Unless otherwise indicated in the description of the items, rate quoted by the tenderer shall deem to include for materials and labour complete and shall also deem to include for corresponding specifications given in particular specifications and MES Schedule Part I2009 and Part II- 2010.

23.

Unit rates quoted by the tenderer shall interalia be inclusive of all taxes levied by Central Govt/State Govt/Local Bodies viz GST, GST on works contract, labour welfare cess and other levies etc including recovery of income tax,GST on works contract and labour welfare tax which is deductible at source. No claim of whatsoever nature shall be admitted by the Govt on this account.

24.

The tenderers are advised to visit the site of work and see the condition of site where the work is to be carried out . To see the samples of various items and material to be incorporated in this work,contractor shall visit the sample room alongwith AGE / GE before quoting the rates. Please note that any claim whatsoever on account of misunderstanding or non-visit of site/ sample room shall not be entertained.

25.

The contract sum shall be arrived at after deducting amount of schedule of credit from the total quoted amount in BOQ. Contd../-

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SCHEDULE ‘A’ NOTES (Contd...) 26

All precautions shall be taken by the contractor in demolition/dismantling of items. Any damage to existing structure/fittings during course of demolition/dismantling shall be made good by the contractor at his own cost and without any extra cost to the Govt.

27.

Contractor is required to get the test for determination of Modulus of Sub grade reaction “K” value to be achieved at the ground is 3.0 Kg/Cm2 /Cm as specified in design. If the desired “K” value is not achieved at the ground the embankment formation would again be done without any extra cost to the Govt. No charges shall be paid for conduction of “K” value test. The location of batch mix plants, labour camp, contractor’s site office and lab and routes to follow to reach the plant and site as approved by Station authorities and as directed by the GE. Contractor shall not be allowed to follow any other route. Changes may, however, be made in the route on any later date. Nothing extra shall be paid to the contractor in this regard.

28.

29.

A duly equipped site lab of appropriate size shall be established by the contractor during mobilization phase for conducting site level tests. The site lab & site office shall always be maintained in a neat & clean condition and the size & quality shall be got approved from GE.

30.

The equipments maintained in site lab shall be got calibrated by the contractor in every 03(Three) months of earlier and T&P to be deployed by the contractor shall be got calibrated by the contractor in every 5(Five) months of earlier.

31.

The equipment and T&P to be deployed by the contractor shall be in good working condition and should not be more than 05 (Five) Year vintage.

32.

During the progress of work the contractor has to construct suitable temporary screen wall/ barricades preferably made of galvanized iron sheets duly painted on either sides where ever is required to avoid FOD and any untoward accident etc and as directed by GE. Cost of temporary screen barricades provided by the contractor is deemed to be included in rates quoted by him for whole project. Nothing extra shall be admissible on this account.

33.

On completion of the entire work, the contractor shall submit on tracing paper alongwith three prints of layout plans of executed works / services drawn to the suitable scale, showing actual routes / alignment of various pipe lines, sizes, position of fittings and water central valves etc as executed together with any information which the Engineer-inCharge may require, duly signed by the him and approved by Garrison Engineer before issue of completion letter to the contractor.

34

Contractor shall provide photographic record in the shape of album size not less than A4 size in sextuplicate for each important stage in 6 different location as directed by GE. After completion contractor shall also submit framed photo of complete project in triplicate size not less than 900x600mm. The cost to this effect shall be deemed to be included in rates quoted by contractor for the entire work.

35.

All the works pertaining to this contract shall be supervised by GE (P) (AF) Maharajpur.

36.

37. 38.

The requirement of engineering staff for supervision of works during execution ,shall be as per direction of GE,However in no case contractor shall employ less than the following engineer employee for supervision and to receive instructions from GE/Engineer-in charge:Two degree holders in engineering from a Govt recognised Institution or equivalent/final or direct final pass of Sub-division II of the Institution of Surveyors (India) with at least 5 years practical experience of similar type of works. AND Four Diploma holders in Engineering from a Govt recognized Institution with at least 8 years practical experience of similar type of works. ( Note- the above provision shall be applicable irrespective of the fact whether contractor himself is a qualified Engineer or not) Earth work required for electric work, shall be measured and paid under respective items B/R work under Sch ‘A’. Contractor shall provide One vehicle (Indica /Indigo) along with driver during the entire period of work in good working condition not more than 02 year vintage and 01(One) No two wheeler ( New motor cycle of 100 CC min of Hero / Suzuki). The cost of provisioning of these vehicles, drivers, fuel, their depreciation, repairs, complete in all respect as per motor vehicle act of india etc are deemed to be included in the rates quoted by the contractor. Contd../-

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SCHEDULE ‘A’ NOTES (Contd...) 39.

Trial Bays Before commencement of the work trial bays of size (min 60 mtr length x full width of paver) and the same thickness of the proposed tarmac(Each layer) by using the approved job mix formula shall be laid by contractor at his own expense at suitable place or as directed by GE. The method of mixing , spreading and compaction shall be done by the contractor as per CA provn. At least three cores shall be cut and determined the properties/strength which are required as per CA. The construction of trial length will be carried out repeatedly till requirement achieved for satisfactory construction of tarmac/hard standing. No additional payment will be due to the contractor for this work and its cost is deemed to be included in cost quoted by contractor for the contract. Testing and acceptance of trial bays for cement concrete pavements will be governed by conditioned contained in Para 11 of IRC-15-2011 and section 400-600 of “MORTH specifications of roads and bridge works (Fifth Edition)” and references thereof.

40. DEMOLITION/DISMANTLING (i) The demolition/dismantled shall be done carefully to the extent required and shall made good as per existing surfaces/finishes without any extra cost. (ii) Contractor may be required to execute AC work (as contained in Sch 'A'/BoQ) in some of the buildings in occupation with the users. Contractor shall not insist for handing over of these buildings in complete vacant conditions for carrying out works. Actual buildings which may remain in occupation or in vacant condition should be ascertained by the contractor from GE in advance before submitting his priced tender. The contractor shall be deemed to have inspected himself actual existing site conditions in this regard irrespective of whether he has actually ascertained existing site conditions or otherwise. (iii) The buildings where works are to be carried out shall be handed over to the contractor in phased manner as decided jointly by GE and contractor. (iv) All precaution shall be taken by contractor in demolition/dismantling of items. Any damage to the existing structure/fittings during course of demolition/dismantling shall be made good by the contractor at his own cost and without any extra cost to the Govt. All serviceable materials shall be deposited by the Contractor to store yard of GE. Dismantled/ Demolished materials from the site shall be removed only after written permission of the GE. Rates quoted for dismantling/demolition shall include separation of serviceable materials from unserviceable; disposal of unserviceable materials, debris and rubbish outside Defence land as directed by Engineer– in- Charge, deposition of serviceable material to store yard of GE. (iii) The materials obtained from demolition/dismantling shall not be used in the work under this contract unless other wise provided in the tender documents. These materials shall be removed from the site of work. Proper inventory showing materials handed over to the MES (GE(P) (AF) Maharajpur shall be kept on record and signed by the contractor and Engineer-inCharge. 41. Any Drawing mentioned in reference on various drawings or anywhere on any drawing forming part of the tender document or anywhere in the tender documents but inadvertently not included in the list of drawings, shall be deemed to form part of the tender. 42. Completion Drawing :- After the work is completed to the entire satisfaction of GE, completion drawing 06 sets showing plan, section of AC plant and other details as directed by GE shall be submitted by the contractor on tracing cloth to GE. These drawing shall be got approved by the contractor from GE. The cost of the same shall be borne by the contractor and the lump sum quoted by contractor shall deem to include for this provision. 43. DEMOLITION/DISMANTLING: The demolition/dismantled shall be done carefully to the extent required and shall made good as per existing surfaces/finishes without any extra cost to Govt.

Signature of Contractor Dated :

Astt. Dir (Contracts) For Accepting Officer

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SCHEDULE OF CREDIT The following old materials which are expected to be replaced under this contract shall become the property of the contractor subject to recovery of their salvage value indicated against each:Srl No

Description of items

Unit

Approxim ate quantity

Rate/ unit in Rs

1

2

3

4

5

1.

Old /unserviceable 150 mm bore cast iron pipe including fittings. Old /unserviceable 100 mm bore cast iron pipe including fittings. Old /unserviceable 80 mm bore cast iron/GI pipe including fittings. Old /unserviceable 50 mm bore GI pipe any type including fittings. Old /unserviceable 25 mm bore GI pipe any type including fittings. Old /unserviceable 100 mm bore sluice valve flanged of class 1.6 PN complete

RM

200

100.00

20,000.00

RM

250

70.00

17,500.00

RM

600

50.00

30,000.00

RM

250

20.00

5,000.00

RM

300

15.00

4,500.00

Each 05

500.00

2,500.00

2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Amount in Rs

6

7.

Old /unserviceable 150 mm bore sluice valve flanged of class 1.6 PN complete

Each 04

500.00

2,000.00

8.

Old /unserviceable 80 mm bore sluice valve flanged of class 1.6 PN complete

Each 03

500.00

1,500.00

9. 10.

Old /unserviceable 50 mm bore stop valve any type Old /unserviceable 25 mm bore stop valve any type

Each 10 Each 15

50.00 25.00

500.00 375.00

11.

Old / unserveciable UG HT(11KV) cable of size 95 Sq. mm 3 core

RM

184

35.00

6,440.00

12.

Old / unserveciable UG LT(1100 Volt) cable of size 300 Sq. mm 3.5 core

RM

100

70.00

7,000.00

13.

Old / unserveciable UG LT(1100 Volt) cable of size 240 Sq. mm 3.5 core

RM

100

65.00

6,500.00

14.

Old / unserveciable UG LT(1100 Volt) cable of size 150 Sq. mm 3.5 core

RM

100

60.00

6,000.00

15.

Old / unserveciable UG LT(1100 Volt) cable of size 95 Sq. mm 3.5 core

RM

100

55.00

5,500.00

16.

Old / unserveciable UG LT(1100 Volt) cable of size 70 Sq. mm 3.5 core

RM

100

50.00

5,000.00

17.

Old / unserveciable UG LT(1100 Volt) cable of size 50 Sq. mm 3.5 core

RM

100

45.00

4,500.00

18.

Old / unserveciable UG LT(1100 Volt) cable of size 10 Sq. mm 4.0 core

RM

100

40.00

4,000.00

19.

Old / unserveciable UG LT(1100 Volt) cable of size 06 Sq. mm 2.0 core

RM

100

35.00

3,500.00

20.

Old / unserveciable UG LT(1100 Volt) cable of size 06 Sq. mm single core Old / unserveciable 25mm dia high density polyethylene(HDPE)pipes

RM

11000

16.00 1,76,000.00

RM

10000

05.00 50,000.00

22.

Old / unserveciable taxi side edge light of any type

Each

60

100.00 6,000.00

23.

Old / unserveciable straight through UG 11000 Volt) cable of size 50 Sq. mm to 185 Sq. mm 3.0 core jointing kit

Each

04

100.00

24.

Old / unserveciable WBM/GSB material

Cum 7538.00

200.00 1507600.00

25.

Old / unserveciable Brick/Brick bats

Cum 4095.00

200.00 8,19,000.00

21.

Total amount of Schedule of credit c/o to General Summary be deducted from amount of BoQ

Rs.

400.00

26,91,315.00

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SCHEDULE OF CREDIT (Contd… ) Notes:[a] All quantities shown under column 4 are provisional and may vary during execution. Actual amount of credit shall be worked out based on rates inserted under Col. 5 of Schedule of credit. [b] Tenderers are advised to inspect the old material/ items at site and ascertain their condition. It shall be deemed that the contractor has made himself well aware and ascertained the condition of these items whether he inspects them or not. No claim whatsoever on this account shall be admissible by the Government. The mode of measurement shall be same as for the work to executed. tenderers are requested to verify the condition of the materials, any dispute arises at later stage will not be entertained. [c] The items as indicated in Schedule of credit shall be the property of the contractor and shall not be used in new work. The total amount of Schedule of credit shall be deducted from total of Schedule ‘A' [BOQ] to arrive at Contract Sum. [d] Amount of credit shall be recovered from the contractor's RARs on execution of works as work proceeds.& then only retrieved material under schedule of credit be allowed to be removed by the contractor without any extra cost to Govt. Serviceable material/ items other than shown here-in-above obtained from demolition/ taking down if any, shall remain the Govt. property and and shall be removed to MES store yard of GE (AF)(Tech Area)Maharajpur without any extra cost to the Govt or the contractor shall deposit the same with Engineer-in-Charge as directed and debris/ unserviceable material shall be disposed off the site as per his direction without any extra cost to Government. [e] The GE reserves the right to retain any or the full quantity of demolished/ dismantled materials which in his opinion is serviceable. However, the recovery shall be affected only for the quantities issued to the contractor. [f] The rates inserted under Column 5 are firm and the contractor shall have no claim what so ever against the department if the actual value of dismantled materials turns out to be different from the cost given by the department. [g]

All above materials shall be recorded in MB jointly by Engineer-in-Charge and contractor.

[h ] No rebate on Schedule of credit shall be accepted.

Signature of Contractor Dated:

Astt.Dir (Contracts) for Accepting Officer

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SCHEDULE ‘B’ ISSUE OF MATERIALS TO THE CONTRACTOR (SEE CONDITION 10 OF IAFW 2249) Ser No

Particulars

1.

2

Rates at which materials will be issued to the contractor Unit Rate in Rs 3 4

Place of issue by name

Remarks

5

6

-------------------------NIL--------------------

SIGNATURE OF CONTRACTOR Dated:

Asst. Dir (Contracts) for Chief Engineer (AF)

SCHEDULE ‘C’ ISSUE OF TOOLS AND PLANTS (OTHER THAN TRANSPORT ) WHICH WILL BE HIRED TO THE CONTRACTOR (SEE CONDITION 15, 34 AND 35 OF IAFW-2249) Srl No

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Quantity

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Particulars

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Details of MES crew supplied

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Hire charges per unit per working day (Rs) 5

Stand by charges per unit per off day (Rs)

Place of issue by name

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Remarks

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SCHEDULE ‘D’ TRANSPORT TO BE HIRED TO THE CONTRACTOR (SEE CONDITION 16 & 35 OF IAFW-2249) Srl No

Quantity

Particulars

Rates per unit per working day

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SIGNATURE OF CONTRACTOR Dated:

Asst. Dir (Contracts) for Chief Engineer (AF)

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TENDER To The President of India. Having examined and perused the following documents: 1.

Particular specifications signed by Dir (Contracts) / Dy Dir (Contracts) / Asst Dir (Contracts).

2.

Drawings detailed in the list of drawings.

3.

Schedule ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’ and ‘D’ attached herewith.

4.

MES standard Schedule of Rates 2009, Part 1 Specifications and Standard Schedule of Rates 2010 (Part-II) Rates (hereinafter and in IAFW- 2249 referred to as the MES Schedule of rates together with amendment Nos 1 to 3 for Part I (SSR-2009) and amendments Nos 1 to 59 for Part- II (Rates) SSR’2010 as applicable to the above said schedule.

5.

General Conditions of Contracts (IAFW-2249 - (1989 Print) together with Errata No 1 to 20 and amendments No 1 to 40

6.

Water condition 31 of IAFW-2249, General Condition of Contracts. Water will not be supplied by the MES.

7.

Should this tender be accepted I/We agree:-

(a) ***That the sum of Rs 15,00,000.00 (Rupees Fifteen Lakh only) forwarded as earnest money shall either be retained as a part of security deposit or refunded by the Govt on receipt of the appropriate amount of security deposit all as per condition 22 of IAFW2249. (b)

To execute all the works referred to in the said documents upon the terms and conditions contained or referred to therein and as detailed in the General Summary hereinafter and to carry out such deviations as may be ordered vide condition 7 of IAFW-2249 up-to maximum of 10% (Ten percent). Further agree to refer all disputes, as required by condition 70 to the sole arbitrator of a serving officer having degree in Engineering or equivalent or having passed final/direct final examination in Subdivision-II of Indian Institution of Surveyors (India) recognized by Govt. of India to be appointed by the Engineer-in-Chief or officiating E-in-C or Director General of Works if specifically delegated in writing by Engineer-in-Chief, Army Headquarters, New Delhi whose decision shall be final, conclusive and binding.

(c)

Further agree to refer all the disputes to the extent restricted vide special condition No. 44 of tender documents to the sole conciliator viz., serving officer not below the rank of Superintending Engineer/ Superintending Engineer (QS&C) having Degree in Engineering or equivalent or having passed final / direct final examination of Sub division-II of Institution of Surveyors (India) to be appointed by Engineer-in-Chief, Army Headquarters, New Delhi or in his absence the Officer officiating as Engineerin-chief or Director General of works specifically delegated by Engineer-in-chief in writing whose decision shall be final, conclusive and binding. *** To be deleted where not applicable.

SIGNATURE OF CONTRACTOR Dated:

Asst. Dir (Contracts) for Chief Engineer (AF)

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GENERAL SUMMARY

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Description of Item

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Total amount B/F from BOQ

2.

Less amount as per Schedule of credit

Amount Rs.

(-) Rs.26,91,315.00

NET CONTRACT SUM CARRIED OVER TO SER PAGE NO. 41 Rs.

SIGNATURE OF CONTRACTOR Dated:

Astt.Dir (Contracts) for Chief Engineer (AF)

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Brought forward for the lump sum Rs.

_____ Rupees

Name (in block/capital letters)

Signature in the capacity of

duly authorised to sign the tender for and behalf of (in block capital).

Witness Address

Date Postal: Address: Telegraphic: Address: Telephone No.:

ACCEPTANCE alterations have been made in these documents and as evidence that these alterations were made before the execution of the contract agreement; they have been initiated by the contractor and Shri . The said officer is hereby authorized to sign and initial on my behalf the documents forming part of this contract.

The above tender was accepted by me on behalf of the President of India for the Lump-sum of Rs.

(Rupees )on the

day of

Dated this

day of

Chief Engineer (AF) Allahabad Accepting Officer (For and Behalf of the President of India)

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GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACTS (IAFW-2249 (1989) PRINT) FOR LUMP SUM CONTRACTS (IAFW-2159) AND MEASUREMENT CONTRACTS IAFW –1779 & 1779-A

It is hereby agreed by * me/us that the General Conditions of contracts including condition 70 pertaining to settlement of disputes by Arbitration (IAFW-2249-1989 Print) containing 33 pages (Serial Page No 42 to 74 with errata No 1 to 20 containing two Pages (Serial Page No 75 to 76) and amendment Nos 1 to 18 containing five pages (Serial Page Nos 77 to 81) and amendment No 18 to 40 issued by MOD vide letter No PC-1 to 33487/IAFW 2249/R/01/2011/D(Works-II) dated 24th March 2015 containing thirteen pages (Serial Page Nos 82 to 94 ) for English version only forms part of the contract, though not enclosed with the tender documents. This tender submitted by * me/us is subject to the aforesaid General Conditions of Contracts in IAFW-2249, a copy of which has been supplied to * me/us and is in * my/our possession and which * I/We have read and understood before submission of the tender. *My/our signature hereunder is deemed to be * my/our having signed the aforesaid General Conditions of Contracts together with errata and amendments (IAFW-2249-1989 Print) forming part of this tender. *To be deleted whichever is not applicable.

SIGNATURE OF CONTRACTOR Dated:

Asst. Dir (Contracts) for Chief Engineer (AF)

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SCHEDULE OF MINIMUM WAGES

.It is hereby agreed that the “Schedule of Minimum Wages” as published by Government of India or provincial Government’s Notification whichever is higher issued upto date of submission of tender shall form part of these tender documents My/our signature hereunder amounts to my/our having signed the aforesaid documents forming part of the tender.

Note :- “Schedule for minimum wages” referred to above is available for reference, in the office of Chief Engineer (Air Force) Allahabad-211012.

Signature of Contractor Dated:

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SPECIAL CONDITION 1.

GENERAL

1.1 These special conditions shall be read in conjunction with General Conditions of Contracts, IAFW-2249 including Errata/amendments there to. If any provisions in these special conditions are at variance with the provisions of above mentioned documents the provisions given in these special conditions shall take precedence there over. 1.2 The work under this Contract shall be carried out in accordance with Schedule `A’, Particular Specifications, drawings and other provisions made in MES Schedule. 1.3 The term `General Specifications’ referred to herein before/ here in after as well as referred to in IAFW- 2249. (General Conditions of Contracts), shall mean the Specifications contained in MES Schedule. 1.4 General rules, specifications, special conditions and all preambles in MES Schedule shall be deemed to apply to the works under this Contract unless specified otherwise in these tender documents, in which case the provisions in these tender documents shall be deemed to take precedence over the provisions made in MES Schedule. 2.0

VISIT TO SITE BY CONTRACTOR

2.1 The tenderers shall contact concerned GE for the purpose of inspections of site(s) and examination of relevant documents other than those sent herewith, who will extend reasonable facilities for the purpose. The tenderers shall also make themselves familiar with working conditions, accessibility to site (s), availability of materials and other cogent conditions which may affect the entire completion of work under this contract. 2.2 In case of a tender containing an offer is submitted, the tenderers shall be deemed to have visited the site (s) and made themselves familiar with the working conditions etc. irrespective of whether they actually inspect the site or not. 3.0

MINIMUM WAGES PAYABLE

3.1 Refer Condition 58 of IAFW-2249. The contractor shall not pay wages lower than minimum wages for labour as fixed by the Government of India/State Govt/Union territory, whichever is higher. 3.2 Contractor’s attention is also drawn, amongst other things to the ‘explanations’ to the schedule of minimum wages referred to above. 3.3 The fair wages referred to in condition 58 of IAFW-2249 will be deemed to be the same as the minimum wages, referred to above as upto date from time to time. 3.4 Schedule of minimum wages are not enclosed alongwith tender documents. However contractor shall be deemed to have verified the minimum fair wages payable as on the last due date of receipt of tender. 3.5 The contractor shall have no claim whatsoever if on account of any local regulations or other wise he is required to pay wages in excess of the minimum wages, shown in the schedule of Minimum wages, except that provided for in condition 63 of IAFW-2249. (Note: “the minimum wage payable to labourers as listed in the schedule of minimum wage shall be deemed to have been amended to conform with the latest applicable minimum wages notified by the Govt. of India under the Minimum Wages Act 1948 or the minimum wages as applicable (if any) fixed by the local State Govt. (whichever is higher), which may have come into force on or before the date of receipt of the tender.The contractor shall have no claim whatsoever, if on account of local factor and or regulations, he is required to pay the wages in excess of minimum wages as described above during the execution of work. 4.

LABOUR REGULATION AND ABOLITION ACT

Contract labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act 1970 is applicable to MES contractors. Rates quoted by the contractor shall be deemed to take into account the cost/extra expenditure etc required to comply with the provisions contained in the said Act and the rules framed regarding labour from time to time by Central/State Govt.

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5.0

SPECIAL CONDITION …CONTD The works under this contract lies in RESTRICTED AREA.

5.1

CONDITIONS FOR WORKING IN RESTRICTED AREA

5.1.1

VISIT TO SITE WITHIN THE RESTRICTED AREA:

Permission to enter the restricted area at the time of submission of tenders can be obtained through the Garrison Engineer. Tenderers are advised to send prior intimation of visit of their agents, representatives etc. If any, as regards to dates and time of their proposed visit so that necessary arrangements may be made by GE to secure admission. Whether a tenderer visit the site or not, he shall be deemed to have full knowledge of the restrictions of entering into /exiting from the site of works, for working within the Restricted Area. 5.1.2 The contractor and his work people shall observe all the rules promulgated from time to time by the authority controlling the area in which the work is to be carried out e.g. prohibition of smoking, lighting and fire precautions, restricted hour of working etc. Any person found violating the security rules laid by the authority shall be immediately expelled from the area without assigning any reasons whatsoever and the contractor shall have no claim on this account. Nothing shall be admissible for any man hours lost on this account 5.2 ENTRY /EXIT The Contractor, his agent(s) representatives, workmen etc and his materials, carts, trucks or other means of transports etc will be allowed to enter through and leave from only such gate(s) and at such times as the GE or authorities in charge of the Restricted Area (s) may at their sole discretion permit to be used. The Contractor’s authorized representative is required to be present at the place of entry and exit for the purpose of identifying his workmen carts, trucks etc to the person in charge of the security of Restricted Area. 5.3

IDENTITY CARDS OR PASSES :

5.3.1 The Contractor shall apply in writing well in advance of commencement of work for the issue of security passes and shall submit a list of the personnel concerned and shall satisfy the Engineer-in-Charge as to the bonafide of such people. Issue of passes shall be decided only after verification of antecedents of the personnel from police authorities. The same procedure shall be followed wherever new personnel are proposed to be engaged for the work by the Contractor. The Contractor shall have no claim what so ever on this account. 5.3.2 The Engineer-in-Charge and/ or the controlling authority have the right to issue passes for the admission of the Contractor, his agents, his Engineer and / or his workmen. Contractor’s agent holding a valid pass as issued by the Engineer-in-Charge/controlling authority shall accompany the men deputed for supply of stores/materials. Contractor’s agent will be responsible for all the men accompanying him and will ensure that such men are only entering the area for whom permission has been obtained in advance. Cost of photograph’s required for issue of passes shall be borne by the Contractor. 5.3.3 Token will also be issued to all workmen at entry which will be required to be returned on exit at the end of days work. In case token is lost, penalty as fixed by the controlling unit of the area shall be charged and the Contractor shall have no claim for the same. 5.3.4 Passes shall be returned at any time on demand by Engineer-in-Charge and in any case immediately after completion of work or termination of contract. 5.3.5 The Contractor, his agents, his Engineer and all workmen shall abide by the rules promulgated from time to time by the authority controlling the area in which the work is to be carried out e.g. search of persons on entry and exist and keeping to specified routes and timings etc. any person found violating rules laid down by the controlling authority shall be liable to be expelled from the area without assigning any reasons, whatsoever, and the Contractor shall have no claim on this account. 5.3.6 Passes may also be issued for the transport engaged by the Contractor. Contractor shall submit the list of transport with the name of driver and licence No to the Engineer-inCharge well in time for issue of passes . The transport, its driver and crew and the consignment carried shall also be subject to search at entry as well as at exit.

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SPECIAL CONDITION …CONTD 5.3.7

The contractor shall observe the following restrictions against fire precaution:(i) No entry of any explosive, in flammable material, match boxes, ciggrettes etc will be permitted. (ii) No excavation work by blasting or using explosive of any kind will be permitted. (iii) Exhaust of all vehicles to be muffled under the use of the contractor to avoid sparks. (iv) Welding without adequate fire fighting precautions will not be permitted. (v) There will be no use of naked flame in project site. (vi) At site no inflammable material is to be left behind unattended. (vii) There will be no arrangement for cooking, cafeteria /canteen, gas cylinders etc inside the project site.

5.3.8 Against the out break of fire he shall provide amongst other things, adequate self contained fire fighting arrangements to the entire satisfaction of the GE. No extra amount shall be admissible to the contractor on his account. 5.3.9 Not withstanding to the above, the site is liable to be inspected by of depot to verify that the precaution are being strictly observed .

representative

5.3.10 Nothing Extra shall be admissible for any man hours etc. lost on account of observance of the above restrictions. 5.4 IDENTITY OF WORKERS 5.4.1

Every worker shall be in possession of an identity card. The identity card will be issued after thorough investigation of the antecedents of the labourers by the Contractor and attested by the Officer-in-Charge of the unit concerned in accordance with the standing rules and regulation of the units.

5.4.2

Contractor shall be responsible for the conduct and action of his workers, agents or representatives.

5.4.3 SEARCH Thorough search of all persons and transport shall be carried out at each gate and as many times as the gate is used for entry/exit and may also be carried out any number of times at the site within the restricted area. 5.5

FEMALE SEARCHER If the Contractor desires to employ female labours on works to be carried out and a female searcher is not borne on the authorized strength for the establishment the contractor may be asked for employment of a female searcher (Class IV/Gp ‘D’) for the calculated period. The cost incurred by the Contractor in doing so shall not be reimbursed to him. The Contractor is deemed to have ascertained from GE, before quoting, whether a female searcher is held on the authorized establishment or not. No subsequent claim on this aspect shall be entertained.

5.6

WORKING HOURS:

5.6.1 The units controlling restricted area, usually work during six days in the week and remain closed, on 7th day. The working hours available to Contractor’s labour and Staff however, accordingly may get reduced because of the time taken in security check procedures observed at the time of entry, exit and during working hours. 5.6.2 The exact working hours, working days and non working days observed for the restricted area, where works are to be carried out, shall be deemed to have been ascertained by the contractor before submitting his tender. The tenderer attention is invited to the fact that the total number of working hours for an unit are prescribed in regulations and they cannot be increased by the Garrison Engineer.

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SPECIAL CONDITION …CONTD 5.6.3 Contractor’s materials, transport etc shall normally be permitted to come in/to out of the area between 0900 Hrs to 1700 Hrs only. 5.6.4 Contractor may also be allowed to carry out the work beyond 5 pm and upto 6 am (day and night) with prior approval of GE but no movements of materials and transport to/out of site works shall be permitted during night unless special permission is obtained from GE/Unit authorities controlling the area. 5.7

WORK ON HOLIDAYS INSIDE RESTRICTED AREA: The Contractor shall not carry out any work on gazetted holidays, weekly holidays and other non-working days except when he is specially authorized in writing to do so by the GE. The GE may at his sole discretion declare any day as holidays or nonworking day without assigning any reason for such declaration.

5.8

ACCESS TO RESTRICTED AREA AFTER COMPLETION OF WORKS: After the works are completed and surplus stores etc removed, the Contractor, his agent/representatives or workers etc may not be allowed to have access to the restricted area except for attending to rectification of defects pointed out to him by the GE.

5.9

FIRE PRECAUTIONS:

5.9.1

The contractor, his agents, representatives, workers etc. shall strictly observe the orders pertaining to fire precautions prevailing within the restricted area.

5.9.2

Motor transport vehicles, if any allowed by authorities to enter the restricted area must be fitted with serviceable fire extinguishers. SECURITY OF CLASSIFIED DOCUMENTS

6.

Contractor’s special attention is drawn to conditions 2A and 3 of General Conditions of Contract IAFW-2249. The contractor shall not communicate any classified information regarding works either to sub -contractor or others without prior approval of the Engineer-in-Charge. The contractor shall also not make copies of the design/drawings and other documents furnished to him in respect of works and he shall return all documents on the completion of the works or earlier on determination of the contract. The contractor shall alongwith the final bill attach a receipt from the Engineer-in-Charge in respect of his having returned the classified documents as per condition 3 of General Conditions of Contracts IAFW-2249. 7.

MATERIALS AND SAMPLES

7.1

Material listed in Appx `A` to special condition will only be accepted if they bear ISI certification marking. Material having only embossing of IS number can be rejected. Materials listed in Appx `A`. will not be accepted even if they are conforming to relevant IS but not having IS marking. In case of deviation price adjustment @ 10% of the cost of article (on minus side only) shall be made for the articles/materials not having ISI marking. Materials listed in Appx `A` & ‘B’ to particular specification are the products which are manufactured by number of firms and are generally superior to certified products though they do not bear the ISI mark. Such materials shall be accepted if they are conforming to the relevant IS.

7.2

Materials other than listed in condition 7.1 above required to be provided by the contractor for incorporation in this work shall unless otherwise specified in the particular specification, comply with the relevant Indian standard as specified in MES SSR Part-I subsequently amended or revised. Preference shall be given for ISI marked materials in such cases also. Materials required to be incorporated in the work to be procured by the contractor will be preferred in following order of preference. (a) (b) (c) (d)

Materials with ISI marking. Materials superior to ISI standards but not ISI marked. Materials conforming to relevant IS. Materials conforming to the samples kept in the GE’s office.

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SPECIAL CONDITION …CONTD 7.3 The contractor shall produce samples of all materials, articles fittings, accessories etc. that he proposes to use and get them approval in writing by the Garrison Engineer. The materials, articles, etc. as approved shall be signed by the Engineer-in-Charge and the contractor’s representative. These samples shall be kept in the custody of the Engineer-inCharge. Contractor’s quoted rates shall be deemed to include the cost of materials and labour for this purpose. 7.4 The brands of all materials, articles, fittings etc. approved together with the names of the manufacturers and firms from which supplies have been arranged shall be recorded in the materials passing register. 7.5 The materials for which IS do not exist or which are specified in these particular specifications to conform to the samples kept in the GE`s office, shall comply with the requirement of these samples. The contractors are advised to inspect the sample which shall remain open for inspection with GE during working hours. The contractor shall be deemed to have full knowledge of the samples whether he inspects them or not. 7.5A If the cost of particular item of material in a contract exceed Rs 1 lakh, these materials shall be procured only from the manufactures or from their authorized dealers/stockists (except in case of materials of local origin) and the contractor shall furnish proof thereof to the satisfaction of the GE that the material so comply. 7.5B The approved samples of materials which loose their identity after incorporation in the work shall be preserved with the GE till completion of work. Thereafter the same shall be removed in ‘as is where is’ condition by the contractor with prior permission of the GE without any extra cost to the Government. However, the approved samples of materials which do not loose their identity after incorporation and which can be incorporated in the work as decided by the Engineerin-Charge shall be allowed to be used in the sample quarter/block/work. 7.6 The contractor shall submit two samples of each item requiring approval of the GE so that an approved sample can be kept in the site office/ incorporated in the sample quarter and other in the AGE/GE office. The contractor shall place order only after approval of the sample by the GE. 8. REIMBURSEMENT/REFUND ON VARIATION IN “TAXES DIRECTLY RELATED TO CONTRACT VALUE” 8.1 The rates quoted by the contractor shall be deemed to be inclusive of all taxes including GST on materials,GST on works Contracts,turnover tax,Labour welfare Cess/tax,Royalties and other levies payable under the respective Statutes.No reimbursement/refund for variation in rates of taxes,Royalties,and other levies,and/or imposition/abolition of any new/existing taxes,Royalties and other levies shall be made except as provided in 8.2(a) to 8.2(d) here in below. 8.2 (a) The taxes which are levied by Govt at certain percentage rate of contract sum/Amount shall be termed as “taxes directly related to contract value” such as GST on works Contracts, Turnover Tax , Labour Welfare cess/tax and like but excluding Income tax. The tendered rates shall be deemed to be inclusive of all “taxes directly related to contract value” with existing percentage rates as prevailing on last due date for receipt of tenders. Any increase in percentage rates of “taxes directly related to contract value” with reference to prevailing rates on last due date for receipt of tenders shall be reimbursed to the contractor and any decrease in percentage rates of “taxes directly related to contract value” with reference to prevailing rates on last due date for receipt of tenders shall be refunded by the contractor to the Govt/deducted by the Govt from any payments due to contractor.Similarly imposition of any new “taxes directly related to contract value” after the Last due date for receipt of tenders shall be reimbursed to the contractor and abolition of any “taxes directly related to contract value” prevailing on last due date for receipt of tenders shall be refunded by the contractor to the Govt/deducted by the Govt from any payments due to contractor. 8.2 (b) The contractor shall, within a reasonable time of his becoming aware of variation in percentage rates and/or imposition of an further “taxes directly related to contract value”, give written notice thereof to the GE stating that the same is given pursuant to this Special Condition, together will all information relating thereto which he may be in a position to supply. The contractors shall submit the other documentary proof/information as the GE may require.

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SPECIAL CONDITION …CONTD 8.2 (c) The contractor shall, for the purpose of this condition keep such books of account and other documents as are necessary and shall allow inspection of the same by a duly authorized representative of Govt, and shall further, at the request of the GE furnish, verified in such a manner as the GE may require, any documents so kept and such other informations as the GE may require. 8.2(d) Reimbursement for increase in percentage rates/imposition of “taxes directly related to contract value” shall be made only if the contractor necessarily and properly pays addition “taxes directly related to contract value” to the govt, without getting the same adjusted against any other tax liability or without getting the same refunded from concerned Govt Authority and submits documentary proof for the same as the GE may require. 8-A INDEMNITY BOND FOR PAYMENT OF LABOUR , WORK MAN EMPLOYED ON WORKS OR OTHER MONEYS OF TENDER PAYMENTS The contractor shall execute indemnity bond with the GE for enforcement of various enactments like wages act 1936, minimum wages act 1948 , employees liability act 1938 , workmen’s compensation act 1923 or any other act or enactments related to indirectly or directly labour employed on works and rate framed there under from time to time being in the force. In case of non compliance of any of the enactments by the contractor , the GE shall be empowered to exercise the power vested in him as the principle employer to deduct amounts so not paid to the labour /workman to be deducted from the sum becoming due under the contract or from the other contracts in terms of condition 67 of IAFW 2249. 9.

CONTRACTOR’S REPRESENTATIVES, AGENTS & WORKMEN

9.1 Refer condition 25 of IAFW-2249. The contractor shall employ only Indian Nationals as his representative, servants and workmen and verify their antecedents and loyalty before employing them for the work. He shall ensure that no person of doubtful antecedents and nationality is, in any way associated with the work. If for the reasons of technical collaboration or other consideration the employment of foreign national is unavoidable, the contractor shall furnish the particulars to this effect, to the Accepting Officer at the time of submission of tender. 9.2 The GE shall have full powers and without giving any reason to order the contractor immediately to cease to employ, in connection with this contract any representative, any agents, servants and workmen or employees whose continued employment is, in his opinion undesirable. The contractor shall not be allowed any compensation on this account. 10.

SITING OF BUILDINGS

There may be some changes in location/siting of building shown in site (layout) plan(s) to suit local conditions and/or departmental requirements. The contractor shall have no claim what-so-ever consequent to such changes in the location/siting of works. 11.

PERIOD FOR KEEPING THE TENDER OPEN

The tender (offer) shall remain open for acceptance for a period of 90(ninety) days from the bid submission end date(amended through susequent amendment if any). Date shall be counted from the next date of final bid submission end date. 12. SIGNING OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS The person signing the tender on behalf of another or on behalf of a Firm shall attach with the tender a proper power of attorney duly executed in his favour by such other persons or by all the partners stating that he has authority to bind such other persons or the Firm as the case may be in all matters pertaining to the contract including the arbitration clause. 13. CRITICAL PATH NETWORK 13.1 The time and progress chart to be prepared as per Condition 11 of IAFW-2249 (General Conditions of Contracts) shall consist of detailed network analysis and a time schedule. The GE and the contractor will draw the critical path network jointly soon after acceptance of the tender. The time scheduling of the activities will be done by the contractor

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SPECIAL CONDITION …CONTD so as to finish the work within the stipulated time. On completion of the time schedule a firm calendar date schedule will be prepared and submitted by the contractor to the GE who will approved it after due scrutiny. The schedule will be submitted in four copies within two weeks from the date of handing over of site GE who will approve it after due scrutiny. 13.2 During the currency of the work contractor is expected to adhere to the time schedule and this adherence will be part of the contractor’s performance under the contract. During the execution of the work, contractor is expected to participate in the review and updating of the network undertaken by the GE. 13.3 These reviews may be under taken at the discretion of the GE either as periodic appraisal measure or when the quantum of work ordered on the contractor is substantially changed through deviation order or amendments. Any revision of the schedule as a result of the reviews will be submitted by the contractor to the GE within a week who will approve it after due scrutiny. The contractor shall adhere to the revised schedule thereafter. In case of contractor not agreeing to revised schedule, the same will be referred to the Accepting Officer whose decision will be final, conclusive and binding. GE`s approval to the revised schedule resulting in a completion date beyond the stipulated date of completion shall not automatically amount to a grant of extension of time. Extension of time shall be considered and decided by the appropriate authorities mentioned in condition 11 of IAFW-2249 and separately regulated. 13.4 Contractor is expected to mobilize and employ sufficient resources to achieve the detailed schedule within the broad frame work of the accepted methods of working and safety. 13.5 No additional payment shall be made to the contractor for any multiple shift work or other incentive method contemplated by him in his work schedule even though the time schedule is approved by the department. 14. CO-OPERATION WITH OTHER AGENCIES The contractor is required to work in close cooperation and he shall permit free access and generally etc working in the same area which may operate herein after and during currency of the contract. afford normal facilities and usual convenience to other agencies or departmental workmen. The contractor shall not be allowed any extra payment on this account. 15. CLEANING DOWN (Refer Condition 49 of IAFW- 2249, General Conditions of Contracts) 15.1 The contractor shall remove from the site all unused stores and huts and the like belonging to the contractor provided for the execution of work under this contract and the site of works shall be cleared off all rubbish and waste materials by the contractor and the site of work delivered in clean and tidy manner to the satisfaction of the Engineer-in-charge on or before the date of completion. 15.2 The contractor shall clean all floors, remove cement/lime/paint drops etc, clean the joinery, glass panes etc, touch up all painting work and carry out all other necessary items of work in connection there with and leave the whole premises clean and tidy to the entire satisfaction of the Engineer-in-charge before handing over the buildings. 15.3 Nothing extra whatsoever shall be paid to the contractor for ABOVE such clearance of site. 15.4 After the work is complete, the contractor shall clean all floors, remove cement/lime/paint drops, clean joinery, glass etc. touch up all painters work and carry out all other necessary items of work to make the premises clean and tidy before handing over the buildings. No additional payment will be made to the contractor for the purpose. 16. Record of materials 16.1 Original vouchers for the proprietary materials required for executing of works shall be produced by the contractor before claiming RAR payments.

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SPECIAL CONDITION …CONTD 16.2 The vouchers/invoices shall be from the manufacturers and/or from their authorized agents for full quantity of respective items required for the work under this contract. These vouchers shall be endorsed, dated and initialed by the Engineer-incharge giving the contract number and name of work and a certified true copy of each such voucher signed by both Engineer-in-charge and contractor shall also be kept on MES record. 16.3 The quantity brought to site shall be recorded in measurement books and signed by contractor and Engineer-in-charge as a check to ensure that the required quantity have been brought to site for incorporation in the work. 16.4 Proprietary materials brought at site shall be stored as directed by Engineer-incharge and those already recorded shall be suitably marked for identification. 16.5 The contractor shall ensure that materials are brought to site in original sealed containers or packing bearing manufactures marking except in the case of the total requirement less than the smallest packing.” 17. BLANK 18.

WATER SUPPLY

18.1 Refer condition 31 of General Condition of Contract IAFW-2249, clause 1.13 of MES Schedule, Part-I and Para 6 on TENDER Page. 18.2

3 (B) Refer to condition 31 of IAFW-2249. Water will not be supplied by the MES. The tenderers are advised to visit the site of works to ascertain availability of water from civil sources or from nearby natural sources outside ministry of Defence land. The contractor shall be allowed, if he so desires, to install hand pumps, tube wells at site of work at places as approved by Engineer-in-Charge and nothing shall be charged from the contractor. The contractor shall remove the hand pumps, tube wells as and when asked to do so by Engineer–inCharge/GE and in any case on completion of the work and before issue of completion certificate, unless GE desires that these hand pumps, tubes wells be left in position and the contractor agrees to do so without claiming cost thereof from department. No compensation whatsoever shall be admissible to the contractor, if he is required to remove the pump (s) tube wells before completion of work. Use of water from such sources shall only be permitted if, found after testing, potable and fit for use in the work. The water from such sources shall be got tested by the contractor from laboratory approves by the GE, who shall after satisfying himself permit the contractor to use the water from such sources. Testing charges shall be borne by the contractor. 18.3 The contractor, if he so desires, will be allowed to augment the departmental water supply by boring wells at his own cost at site(s) approved by the GE. On completion of the work the contractor shall remove pipes etc. installed and make good the site as directed by the Engineer-in-Charge without any extra cost to Govt. The contractor shall be given no rebate for augmentation of water supply and charges for water shall be recovered at the rate mentioned hereinbefore. 19.

ELECTRIC SUPPLY

19.1 In case the contractor desires to buy electricity from MES, it will be supplied at point up to 03 km away from site of work shown on site plan./or as decided by the GE. 19.2

Electric supply shall be 415/230 Volt, 50 cycles, three phase AC supply at upto 05 KW.

19.3 The contractor shall be charged for the electric energy consumed at Rupees 7.41 per unit (KWH) for lighting and power. 19.4 The above rate is all in cost rate. Duties and/or taxes if any, levied by State Govt. and/or any Electricity Undertaking and the like on the electricity charges will be borne by the Department. 19.5. Electricity shall be supplied from Main Switches. Main switches and KWH meter to register the power supplied shall be provided and installed by MES. All other fittings, cable switch, connection etc. for distribution and supply of electricity from main switch to work site shall be arranged by the contractor at his own according to Indian Electricity Rules and along

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SPECIAL CONDITION …CONTD with the routes approved by the GE. The GE shall have free access to inspect all installations, connections, devices for consuming the electricity and if these are not found satisfactory the GE shall have the power to get these disconnected. 19.6 Supply of electricity shall be during the hours as decided by the GE. However MES does not constitute any guarantee for the continuity of supply and no compensation shall accrue to the contractor for the supply becoming intermittent or if there is any breakdown for any reason. Contractor shall have provision of sufficient stand by supply under their own arrangement to ensure that no delay occurs on account of no or intermittent supply from the MES. 19.7 It is the responsibility of contractor to maintain the unit power factor of electric supply. For this contractor shall provide capacitor of appropriate capacity for each connection for installation of his construction equipments. 20. ADVANCES ON ACCOUNT AGAINST MATERIALS (REFER CONDITION 64 OF IAFW- 2249) 20.1 Condition 64 of IAFW-2249 Advance on Account (applicable only in case of contracts whose value exceeds Rs. 50 lakhs.) Add the following in continuation of Para 8 of condition 64 of IAFW-2249: “Provided further, the contractor may be paid advance on accounts to the full value of the under mentioned materials only, brought at the site, on his furnishing Bank Guarantee Bond(s) from a scheduled Bank for the amount of the retention money which should otherwise be recoverable from him under the contract. The contractor shall produce genuine purchase Vrs for the materials so procured when demanded by the engineer in charge: (a) Factory made shutters (b) Factory made steel windows (c) Iron Mongry (d) Sanitary appliances and fittings. (e) Electrical fittings/fixtures , water supply fittings (f) Steel & pressed steel door frames. (g) PVC / soil / Waste/Vent pipes (h)Cement tiles, terrazzo tiles and other floor tiles. (j)Electrical fittings (k) Water Supply fittings. (l) Air -Conditioning equipments (m)DI ppe,Sluice valve, (n)XLPE cable & PVC cable (o) HDPE pipe (p) Taxi way edge light assembly (q) Cement & reinforcement ( r)Polyester non circular/triangular synthetic fibres (s) Paint (road marking paint) (t) Bitumen (u)RCC hume pipe (v) All other fittings,fixture & other manufactured items which do not loose their identity as approved by Garrission Engineer.

Note: However, each and every material is / shall be entered in MB before allowing Advance payment as Material at site as RAR. 20.2 The Bank Guarantee Bond(s) shall be executed for a period of six months and on a form as directed by the Accepting Officer. The contractor shall further arrange to extend the period of Guarantee Bond(s) if and when necessary, as directed by the Accepting Officer or shall furnish fresh Guarantee Bond(s) of similar value in lieu. 20.3 It shall be noted that, advance on account to the full value against Bank Guarantee is permissible only in respect of fittings and fixtures and other manufactured items which do not loose their identity. 20.4 The period of intervals for payment of Advance on account shall be 15 days. Condition 64 of IAFW -2249 shall be deemed to be accordingly. There shall not be any change in all other contents of Condition 64 of IAFW-2249. 21. ROYALTIES Delete the existing description of condition 14 of IAFW-2249 and insert the following: - “No quarries on defence land are available “.

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SPECIAL CONDITION …CONTD 22 CONTRACTORS PLANTS/EQUIPMENT AT SITE : 22.1 The Contractor alongwith his labour return shall furnish to the Engineer-in-Charge every morning distribution return of his plants/equipments on the site of work stating following particulars:(i) Particular of plants/equipments, their make, manufacturer’s model No. if any, Registration No., if any, capacity, year of manufacture and year of purchase etc. (ii) Total No. of (Quantity) on site of work. (iii) Location indication No. (Quantity) at each location on the site of work. (iv) For the purpose of this condition, purchase value on the date of purchase for plant/equipment and vehicle No. of trucks and Lorries shall be furnished. However neither the workman’s tools nor manually operated tools/equipment shall be given. The Engineer-in Charge shall record the particulars supplied by the contractor in the works diary and sent the return to the GE for record in his office. 23. OUT OF POCKET EXPENSES No out of pocket expenses incurred by the tenderer in submitting his tender shall be reimbursed whether his tender is accepted or not. 24. DAMAGE TO EXISTING WORKS Any damage done to the existing structure any existing road, etc. during the execution of works shall be made good by the contractor at his own cost and the site work left clean and tidy on completion Rectification or reinstatement, replacement, making good and touching up etc. shall be carried out to conform to the standard of materials and workmanship originally provided in the work and finished work shall matched with existing works in all respects to the entire satisfaction of GE. In case of any dispute on this account, the matter shall be referred to the CWE whose decision in writing shall be final and binding.

25 MINOR CONSTRUCTION DETAILS 25.1 Lump sum offered by the Contractor in Sch ‘A’ shall be deemed to include for all minor details of construction which are obviously and fairly intended and which may not have been referred to in these documents but these are essential for the execution of work and services in workmen like manner and sound construction. 25.2 In case of difference of opinion as to whether or not a certain item of work constitutes minor details of construction included in the contractor’s quoted rates, the decision of the Accepting Officer shall be final, conclusive and binding. 26.

RECORD OF PROPRIETARY BRANDED MATERIALS WHICH LOOSE IDENTITY AFTER INCORPORATION

26.1 Proprietary materials or articles such as bitumen, water proofing compound, anti termite chemical, chemical for ASCU treatment primer and paint etc. quantity of which cannot be checked after incorporation in the work, shall when collected at site be recorded in measurement book with reference to Vr. No make, brand and rate charged by manufacturer/ supplier, and signed by both MES representative and the contractor. 26.2 Bitumen shall be purchased by the contractor directly by the Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. Or “Hindustan Petroleum Ltd.” as no dealer has been appointed by them. 26.3 The contractor shall obtain proprietary materials/ articles directly from the manufacturers or their authorized stockists/ dealers where such authorized stockist has been appointed. Contractor shall produce receipted vouchers showing quantity and quality of the materials to satisfy the Engineer-in-Charge that material comply with the specifications, prior to in corporation in the work and the contractor shall be held responsible in case purchase vouchers found fake bogus on verification by the department. These vouchers shall be endorsed, dated and initialed by the Engineer-in-charge giving the contract number and name of work and a certified copy of each such voucher signed both by Engineer- in-Charge and contractor shall be kept in MES record. 26.4 When cost of each category of materials is less than Rs. 5000/- production of vouchers may not be insisted upon if the Garrison Engineer is otherwise satisfied of the quality and quantity of the materials.

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SPECIAL CONDITION …CONTD 26.5 PRODUCTION OF VOUCHERS FOR MATERIALS :Contractor shall produce original purchase vouchers/ Invoices challans alongwith Test Certificates wherever applicable from the manufacturers and or their authorised agents for the full quantity of the materials as applicable as a pre requisite document before submitting claims for payment for advance on account of the work done and or materials collected, in accordance with Condition 64 of IAFW-2249, General Conditions of Contracts. 27. STORAGE OF MATERIALS The contractor shall not be provided any storage accommodation at the site by MES. The contractor shall make his own arrangement as per condition 10 of IAFW-2249 and as directed by the Engineer-in-Charge. 28

ROAD ROLLERS (Reference condition 15 of IAFW-2249)

28.1 Road Rollers required for the execution of this work shall be arranged by the contractor under his own arrangements without any extra cost to the department. 28.2 A log book for each road roller shall be maintained by him for recording hours of working of the road roller. Entries in the log book shall be signed by the contractor or his authorised representative and Engineer-in-Charge at site of work. 28.3 To ensure proper consolidation, roller must work for at least the number of days assessed on the basis of output given here in after. If the roller has not worked for the number of days so assessed recovery shall be effected from the contractor for the number of days falling short of the days assessed on the basis of output stipulated. The recovery shall be affected as under :(a) Where road roller is hired out only by the department to contractor, at rates given in Sch ‘C’. (b) Where road roller is hired by the contractor from sources other than department, 1800 per working day of 8 hours for 8 tonne to 12 tonne power road roller.

Rs

(c) Where road roller is hired by the contractor from department and also from sources other than the department at higher of two rates given in schedule `C` of contract and Para 28.3 (b) above. 28.4 The above provision shall not, however, absolve the contractor of his responsibility of properly consolidating surface as required under the provisions of the contract. 28.5 Out put of Road Roller per day of Eight Hours working of power roller (8 to 12 Tonne) :Sqm 1850 (a) Consolidation of formation surfaces/ sub grade (b) Consolidation of stone, soling 20 cm thick (spread thickness) with 8 to 10 tone roller.

590

Sqm

(c) Consolidation of stone, soling 15 cm thick (spread thickness) with 8 to 10 tone roller .

800

Sqm

(d) Consolidation of water bound macadam (stone metal) 10cm compacted thickness including spreading and consolidation with blinding material.

248

Sqm

(e) Consolidation of water bound macadam (stone metal) 7.5 cm thickness (compacted thickness) including spreading and consolidation with blinding material. (f) Consolidation of single coat surface dressing. (g) Consolidation of two coat surface dressing (h) Consolidation of 2.50 cm thick premixed carpet including seal coat. (j) Consolidation of 2 cm thick premixed carpet including seal coat. (k) Consolidation of bituminous mixture 2 parts of broken stone metal and one part of sand and bitumen (consolidated thickness 4 cms)

372

Sqm

774 558 600

Sqm Sqm Sqm

744

Sqm

372

Sqm

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SPECIAL CONDITION …CONTD Note:(i) Whereever tandom vibratory roller and pneumatic tyred rollers & vibratiory earth compactor is specified, the output of the same shall be as per manufacturer’s instructions for the respective items so as to achieve proper compaction. (ii) Any other Sch ‘A’ item for which output not covered above shall be determined on actual site basis as ordered by CWE through BOO. 29.

RETENTION MONEY/COMPENSATION FOR DELAY

For the purpose of calculating retention money under condition 64 of IAFW-2249 and compensation for delay in completion of work under condition 50 of IAFW-2249, income tax (at source) and like, the value of contract as revised by price variation under condition 63 of IAFW-2249 shall be taken into account. 30.

BANK GUARANTEE BOND

In case the contractor desires to furnish Bank Guarantee in lieu of retention money/security deposit, the guarantee bond shall be executed as per specimen prescribed by the Govt. of India, Min. of Defence on non-judicial stamp papers of appropriate value from schedule Bank. In case of the BGB is executed from a non-scheduled Bank the same shall be supported with cover from Reserve Bank of India. Guarantee Bond shall come into force after the same is accepted by the Accepting Officer. 31. MATERIALS IN METRIC SIZES If the materials (other than those issued under Sch. `B`) are not available in metric sizes as shown on drawings, the contractor shall provide materials in equivalent inch sizes which should not be less than the metric size dimensions under any circumstances, at no extra cost to the Govt. 32.

LAND FOR TEMPORARY WORKSHOP, STORES ETC

Delete. The following from line 5 to 9 of sub para 1 of condition 24 of IAFW-2249 reading “In the event of area of land allotted to him” and insert as under:“The contractor shall be allotted the area as marked on the layout plan(s) for the purpose of erecting temporary workshop, stores etc. Plot of land so allotted shall not be used for accommodation for labour and canteen, for which the contractor shall make his own arrangements at his own expense. For this purpose, a token rent of Rs. 1/- per year or part of a year will be recovered from the contractor in respect of each and every separate area of land allotted to him. The area so occupied shall be vacated by the certified date of completion and site of work shall be cleared as stipulated in condition 49 of IAFW-2249” 33.

TESTING OF MATERIAL

33.1 For works costing more than one crore it will be mandatory for the contractor to establish his own laboratory at his own cost at site on commencement of work to carry out test of level ‘A’ specified in appendix ‘B’ to special condition here in after. In case the cost of work is less than Rs. 1 crore it will be at the option of the contractor to set up site laboratory. All equipment of the laboratory will be got calibrated by the contractor from the authorised test house at commencement of work and thereafter on yearly basis and test certificate produced to the GE 33.2 Contractor will be responsible for carrying out all the tests specified in appendix ‘B’ for level ‘A’, level ‘B’ and level ‘C’ and all others tests specified elsewhere in tender documents such as test for cement, steel etc. The cost of material and transportation for all the tests will be born by the contractor 33.3 There will be no recovery by the department for the tests of level “A’ carried out in the site lab established by the contractor. For level ‘B’ or any other tests carried out in zonal lab, testing charges will be recovered at the rates given in appendix ‘B’. The recovery for the tests carried out in National test house/Engineering college/SEMT wing, CME, Pune etc shall not be effected by the department and the testing charges for such tests will be borne by the contractor himself. 33.4 The test in site lab shall be carried out in the presence of Engineer-in-Charge/GE’s authorized representative.

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SPECIAL CONDITION …CONTD 33.5

FREQUENCY OF THIRD PARTY/INDEPENDENT TEST Sl.NO NAME OF TEST 1 Pavement quality concrete a) Comp Strength (Cube) (b) Flexural Strength (Beam)

NO OF TEST 2%

2

DLC

2%

3

Aggregate test (Coarse & Fine)

5%

4

Cement Test (OPC)

5%

5 6

Bitumen Test Water

7

Glass Grid

5% Initially and quarterly Min one test per lot

8

Admixture

Min one test per lot

9

Curing Compound

Min one test per lot

10 11 12 13 14

Filler board Polyurethane sealant Primer joint Recron PQC core test

15 16

DBM core test DAC core test

Min one test per lot Min one test per lot Min one test per lot Min one test per lot As per inspecting team’s requirement 5% 5%

17 18

Polythene sheet (400 micron) K value

Min one test per lot 2%

Above required test as per frequency shall be got done from independent lab ie SEMT Pune/Govt Engineer College/ NABL approved lab. The cost of material, its transportation and testing charges shall be borne by contractor and no extra cost will be paid by the Govt to the contractor in this regard. 33.6 For the works costing less than 1 Crore in case contractor does not opt to establish site lab, level ‘A’ tests shall also be got carried out by the contractor in Command Test Lab, Lucknow and recovery shall be effected as specified in Appendix ‘B’. 33.7 In case the same are got carried out from other Govt/Govt approved/Engg College, the cost of materials, transportation as well as testing charges will be borne by the contractor 33.8 The contractor shall employ two full time, competent technical representative having diploma in Civil Engineering with a min experience of 03 years in quality control labs of rigid pavement/road for carrying out tests in site laboratory alongwith adequate number of helpers. This will be in addition to Engineer (s) employed for supervision of works as required vide condition 25 of IAFW -2249. 34 . HANDING OVER OF SITE It is an express condition of the contract that site for execution of work will be handed over as per work order No 1 issued by the GE . In case there is any delay in handing over of site in part or full , an extension of time equal to actual delay in handing over of site will only be granted by the Accepting officer and the contractor shall have no other compensation of any type on such extension of time for period of completion. HANDING OVER OF SITE It is an express condition of the contract that site for execution of work will be handed over as per work order No 1 issued by the GE . In case there is any delay in handing over of site in part or full , an extension of time equal to actual delay in handing over of site will only be granted by the Accepting officer and the contractor shall have no other compensation of any type on such extension of time for period of completion. 35. QUALIFIED TRADEMEN : (APPLICABLE FOR WORKS COSTING RUPEES ONE CRORE OR MORE)

34.

In compliance with the condition 26 of IAFW-2249 (General Conditions of Contracts), the contractor shall employ skilled/semi skilled tradesmen who are qualified and possessing certificate in particular trade from Industrial Training Institute/(ITI)/

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SPECIAL CONDITION …CONTD National Institute of Construction Management and Research (NICMAR)/ similar reputed and recognized Institutes by State/Central Government, to execute the works of their respective trade. The number of such qualified tradesmen shall not less than 25% of total skilled/semi skilled tradesmen required in each trade. The contractor shall submit the list of such tradesmen alongwith requisite certificates to Garrison Engineer for verification and approval. Notwithstanding the approval of such tradesmen by GE, if the tradesmen are found to have inadequate skill to execute the work of their trades, leading to un-satisfactory workmanship, the contractor shall remove such tradesmen within a week after written notice to this effect by the GE and shall engage other qualified tradesmen after prior approval of GE. GE’s decision whether a particular tradesmen processes requisite qualification, skill and expertise commensurate with nature of work, shall be final and binding. No compensation whatsoever on this account shall be admissible. 36

WATCH, WARD AND LIGHTING

36.1 The Contractor shall provide and maintain all necessary watch, ward and lighting arrangements to keep the traffic off the trenches. Necessary boards and sign posts shall be provided and set up to the entire satisfaction of the Engineer-in-charge. 36.2 The Contractor shall reimburse the loss to the Govt. on account of any damage, which may occur on this account. 37 PRECAUTION AGAINST RISKS The Contractor shall be responsible at his own expense in taking precaution to prevent any damage from what so ever cause arising, other than out of accepted risks and to minimise the amount of any such loss or damage and for adoption of necessary protective measures required for the purpose in compliance with Condition 38 of IAFW-2249 and Rule 5 of the MES SAFETY CODE vide (Annexure `B’) of IAFW-2249 until the works have been handed over duly completed to the Engineer-in-charge. 38 APPROACHES The Contractor shall make arrangements for and provide at his own cost all temporary approaches, if required to the site(s), after obtaining approval in writing of the GE to the layout of such approaches. 39.

RELEASE OF ADDITIONAL SECURITY DEPOSIT:

39.1

Additional security deposit when deposited by the Contractor as per Condition 22 of the IAFW-2249 shall be released in two stages as under:50% of the additional security deposit shall be released on payment of final bill provided there are no claims outstanding against the contractor in respect of the contract in which the additional security is lodged and the final bill is not minus. In the event of departments claims against the contractor becoming and / or the final bills under Condition 66 of IAFW-2249 becoming minus the amount of the security deposit shall be adjusted against the claim due to Government and the balance if any will be released to the contractor. Balance 50% of the additional security deposit will be released to the contractor after expiry of defects liability period as per Condition 68 of IAFW-2249 Provided the contractor shall first have to render a No Demand Certificate (IAFA-451).

a)

b)

c)

In order to implement the above procedure, the contractor is advised to deposit the additional security in two equal parts so as to facilitate its release.

d)

The above clause is not applicable to release of earnest money/ security deposit by a contractor who has not executed the security bond with the department.

40. GUARANTEE TREATMENT

FOR

PRE

CONSTRUCTION

ANTITERMITE

CHEMICAL

40.1 The main contractor shall stand, guarantee to the Govt for a period of ten years from the certified date of completion of the work for the effectiveness of the treatment for a period of TEN years and said guarantee shall be furnished in favour of Garrison Engineer in writing. 40.2 In case the GE at any time during construction or reconstruction or prior to the expiry of the Guarantee period, finds that the buildings have been infected with termites, the contractor shall, on demand in writing from the GE specifying the building (s) complied of, not withstanding that the same may have been inadvertently passed certified and paid for,

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SPECIAL CONDITION …CONTD undertake to carryout forth with such treatment as may be necessary to render the building (s) free from termite infestation at his own expense, till expiry of the guarantee period. In the event of his failure to do so, within the specified period to be specified by the GE in his demand aforesaid, the GE may undertake such treatment at the risk and expense in all respect, of the Contractor. The liability of the Contractor under this condition however shall not extend beyond the period of TEN Years from the certified date of completion, unless the GE had previously given notice to the contractor to rectify the defects. 40.3 The amount of security deposit to be held back from the Contractor’s bill against the guarantee period for antitermite treatment shall be calculated on the amount of antitermite treatment at contract rates as per the scales given below enhanced by 1.25 times of the amount so calculated. This shall be worked out by GE and intimated to the Contractor. This amount shall be refunded to him after the expiry of the guarantee period. Alternatively, the Contractor may give a separate interest bearing security deposit to GE valid for 10 Years for this amount. The scales of calculating such security deposit shall be as per table given below. Amount of Security Deposit Cost at contract rates (i) Upto Rs 50 lakhs 2% of the amount subject to a minimum of Rs. 5000/(ii) Over Rs. 50 lakhs and Rs. 1, 00,000/- + 1.5% of amount exceeding upto Rs. 100 lakhs Rs. 50 lakh (iii) Over Rs. 100 lakhs and Rs. 1, 75,000/- + 1% of amount exceeding upto Rs. 500 lakhs Rs. 100 lakh (iv) Over Rs. 500 lakhs and Rs. 5, 75,000/- + 0.50% of amount upto Rs. 1500 lakhs exceeding Rs 500 lakh (v) Over Rs. 1500 lakhs Rs. 10, 75,000/- + 0.50% of amount exceeding Rs. 1500 lakh subject to maximum of Rs. 18.75 lakh 40.4 For the purpose of working out amount of security depsit, the cost of antitermite treatment at contract rate shall be at applicable rates in SSR with addition of contract percentage for valuation of deviation for the relevant schedule of the contract. 40.5 The `Security Deposit’ referred to in Condition 22 of General Conditions of contract (IAFW-2249) is independent of this Guarantee amount, referred to under Condition 40.3 here in before. Condition 10, 46 and 63 of the General Conditions of contract [IAFW- 2249] shall be deemed to be amended to the extent as mentioned above. 40.6 The contractor shall provide a plate/band of adequate dimensions but not less than 45 cm x 30 cm x 2 cm in CM (1:4) on all the buildings as directed by the Engineer-in-Charge and indicate there on the CA number name of the agency executing the antitermite treatment and the date. PRODUCTION OF VOUCHERS FOR MATERIALS : Contractor shall produce original purchase vouchers/ Invoices challans alongwith Test Certificates wherever applicable from the manufacturers and or their authorised agents for the full quantity of the materials as applicable as a pre requisite document before submitting claims for payment for advance on account of the work done and or materials collected, in accordance with Condition 64 of IAFW-2249, General Conditions of Contracts.

41

ACCEPTANCE QUALITY OF WORK AND FINISHES: To determine the acceptable standard of workmanship, the GE shall order the contractor to construct some portions of work in advance with in the time specified here in below. The portions so constructed shall be treated as “Sample Accommodation”. In case of repetitive type of construction, such as married accommodation, sample accommodation shall consist of one complete quarter/block of such type and it shall be completed in a specific period mentioned in Schedule ‘A’. For no repetitive type of construction such as OTM accommodation, certain representative portion of the building including a portion of sanitary annexe/block may be termed as “Sample Accommodation”. All work and services of the “Sample Accommodation” such as brick work, RCC work, joinery, ceiling plastering, flooring, plumbing, water supply and electrification with their fittings and fixtures, iron mongery, finishes etc. complete all as per drawing and specifications shall be got completed under the close supervision of the Engineer-in-Charge. The work on “Sample Accommodation” shall be at least two/three stages ahead of the corresponding stage of other construction, subject to the overriding condition that the entire work of sample accommodation shall be completed within the stipulated period. On approval of the stages of construction of sample accommodation the same shall be marked as guiding sample for the remaining constructions. 42

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SPECIAL CONDITION …CONTD 43

RECORD OF CONSUMPTION OF CEMENT :

43.1 For the purpose of keeping record of cement and steel procured by the contractor and consumed in works the contractor shall maintain a properly bound register in form approved by contractor’s representative and Engineer-in-Charge showing quantity of cement and steel brought by the contractor at site lot wise, quantity used in works and balance in hand. This register shall be signed daily by the contractor’s representative and Engineer-in-Charge. 43.2 The register shall be kept at site in the safe custody of the contractor during progress of the work and he shall on demand produce the same for verification of inspecting officer. 43.3 On completion of the work the contractor shall deposit the cement & Steel register with the Engineer-in-Charge for record. 44

SPECIAL CONDITION FOR CONCILIATION

44.1 The following disputes between the parties to the contract shall after written notice by either party to the contract be referred to the “Sole conciliator”. This is an serving officer not below the rank of superintending Engineer / Superintending Engineer (QS&C) having degree in Engineering or equivalent or having passed final /direct final Examination of sub division II of Institution of Surveyor (India) recognized by Govt of India to be appointed by the Engineer in Chief, Army Head Quarters, New Delhi or in his absence the officer officiating as Engineer in chief or Director General of works specifically delegated by the Engineer in chief. 44.2

SCOPE OF CONCILIATION

44.2.1 The scope of conciliation shall be restricted to the following types of disputes with financial limits as Rs. 2.00 lacs (Rupees two lacs only) for each claim in dispute :(a) Disputes relating to levy of compensation for delay in completion actual amount of compensation. (b) Disputes relating to technical examination of works. (c) Disputes relating to interpretation of the provisions of the contract with reference to their application to parties. (d) Disputes relating to non return of Schedule ‘B’ stores over issued to contractor. (e) Any other dispute having fair chance of being resolved by conciliation and considered fit to be referred to conciliation by the parties. For item (b), (c), (d) and (e) each as stated above the financial limit shall be Rupees two lakh or one percent of the contract amount whichever is less. 44.2 Commencement of Conciliation Proceedings --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- The party initiating conciliation shall send to the other party a written invitation to conciliate, briefly identifying the subject of the dispute. Conciliation proceedings shall commence when the other party accepts in writing the invitation to conciliate. If the other party rejects the invitation, there will be no conciliation proceedings. If the party initiating conciliation does not receive a reply within 30 days from the date on which he sends or within such other periods of time as specified in the invitation, he may elect to treat this as a rejection of the invitation to conciliate and if he so elects, he shall inform in writing the other party accordingly. 44.2.3 Number of conciliator: - There shall be a Sole conciliator. 44.2.4 Appointment of conciliator :All disputes brought out in para 44.2.1 (a) to (e) above shall be referred to the sole Conciliator viz Serving Officer not below the rank of Superintending Engineer/Superintending Engineer (QS & C) having degree in Engineering or equivalent or having passed final/direct final examination of Sub division II of institution of Surveyors (India) to be appointed by the Engineer-in-Chief, Army Headquarters, New Delhi or in his absence the Officer officiating as Engineer- in- Chief or Director General of Works specifically delegated by the Engineer- in -Chief in writing.

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SPECIAL CONDITION …CONTD 44.5. If the conciliator so appointed resigns his appointment or vacates his office or is unable or unwilling to act due to any reason whatsoever, the authority appointing him may appoint a new Conciliator to act in his place. 44.6. The parties shall not initiate during the conciliation proceedings in respect of a dispute that is the subject matter of conciliation proceedings except that a party may initiate arbitral or judicial proceedings where in his opinion such proceedings are necessary for preserving his rights. The failure of conciliation shall in no way absolve the right of the parties to invoke arbitration for the disputes referred to for the conciliation. 44.7. The conciliation proceedings shall be governed as per the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996. 44.2.5 STATUS OF EFFECT OF SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT: - The settlement agreement signed by the parties as a result of conciliation proceedings shall have the same status and effect as it is an arbitral award on agreed terms. 45.

BLASTING :-Blasting in any form is prohibited.

46. SITE DOCUMENTS:- In addition to the site documents which are normally maintained for works , the following additional documents (as applicable for this work) shall be maintained at site and signed by GE / his authorised representative and the Contractor :a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n. o. p. q. r. 47.

Mix design for quality concrete for rigid pavement. Sieve analysis and silt test of sand Sieve analysis of stone aggregates of different sizes Water absorption test of stone aggregates of different sizes Impact value of stone aggregates of different sizes Crushing value of stone aggregates of different sizes Flakiness index of stone aggregates of different sizes. Rolling hours Daily work register Register of materials daily arrived at site Materials approved register Aggregate abrasion value register Cement consumption register Register for soundness test Register for temperature control at boiler out at paver Register for clay, silt and impurities in aggregate test. Cube testing register Beam testing register VALUATION OF DEVIATIONS Condition 62 of General Conditions of Contracts (IAFW-2249) shall be referred.

48.

OFFICIAL SECRET ACT

In reference to condition 2 A of General Conditions of Contracts IAFW-2249, the contractor shall be bound by the Indian Official Secret Act-1923 and particularly section 5 thereof. 49.

CONSTRUCTION ON LABOUR WELFARE TAX

The lumpsum/unit rate quoted by the tenderers shall be deemed to include the element of tax consequent to building and construction workers (Regulation of employment and condition of services) welfare cess act-1996. 50.

TAX ON WORKS CONTRACT CONSEQUENT UPON CONSTITUTION (FORTY SIXTH AMENDMENT) ACT 86

The tendered rates shall be deemed to be inclusive of all taxes & levies payable under the respective statues including the Sales tax/VAT imposed by State Govt consequent upon constitution (Forty Sixth) amendment Act 1986. All orders notifications in connection with tax on works contracts issued shall be considered by the tenderer & nothing extra on this account shall be paid/reimbursed by the Department.

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SPECIAL CONDITION …CONTD 51

EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONNEL

51.1 The contractor shall employ only Indian National as his representative, servants and workmen and verify their antecedents and loyalty before employing them for work. He shall ensure that no person of doubtful antecedents and nationality is in any way associated with the works. If for reasons of technical collaboration or other consideration the employment of foreign national is unavoidable, the contractor shall furnish the particulars to this effect to the Accepting Officer at the time of submission of the tender. As proof that the contractor has employed only Indian Nationals he shall render a certificate to the GE within one month from the date of acceptance of the tender to this effect. In case the GE desires, contactor will have the police verification done of the personnel employed by him. Contractor’s attention is also drawn to condition 25 of IAFW-2249 in this connection. 51.2 The GE shall have full powers and without giving any reason, to require the contractor immediately to cease to employ in connection with this contract, any Agent or servant or employee whose continued employment is, in his opinion, undesirable. The contactor shall not be allowed any compensation on this account. 51.3 Contractor’s Supervision : Refer Condition 25 of IAFW-2249 along with latest amendments. Contractor shall employ Engineering staff to supervise the execution of work/contract for the value of contract up to 10 crore as mentioned in amendment No. 27 of IAFW-2249. However Engineering staff for the value of contract more than 10 crore shall be as mentioned below:(i)

For works costing One Degree holder in Engineering from a Govt recognized institution between 10 crore or equivalent, final or direct final passed of Sub Division II of the to 15 crore Institution of Surveyors (India) with at least 5 years practical experience of works. And Two Diploma holder in Engineering from the Govt. recognized Institution with at least 5 years practical experience of works.

(ii)

For works costing Two Degree holders in Engineering from a Govt recognized institution between 15 crore or equivalent, final or directional passed of Sub Division II of the to 25 crore Institution of Surveyors (India) with at least 5 years practical experience of works. And Two Diploma holder in Engineering from the Govt. recognized Institution with at least 5 years practical experience of works.

(iii) For works costing Two Degree holder in Engineering from a Govt recognized more than 25 institution or equivalent, final or direct final passed of Sub Division II of crore the Institution of Surveyors (India) with at least 5 years practical experience of works. and Three Diploma holder in Engineering from the Govt. recognized Institution with at least 5 years practical experience of works. 52. CONTRACTORS PLANTS/EQUIPMENT AT SITE : 52.1 The Contractor alongwith his labour return shall furnish to the Engineer-in-Charge every morning distribution return of his plants/equipments on the site of work stating following particulars:(i) Particular of plants/equipments, their make, manufacturer’s model No. if any, Registration No., if any, capacity, year of manufacture and year of purchase etc. (ii)

Total No. of (Quantity) on site of work.

(iii) Location indication No. (quantity) at each location on the site of work. (iv) For the purpose of this condition, purchase value on the date of purchase for plant/equipment and vehicle No. of trucks and lorries shall be furnished. However neither the workman’s tools nor manually operated tools/equipment shall be given. The Engineer-in Charge shall record the particulars supplied by the contractor in the works diary and sent the return to the GE for record in his office.

Signature of Contractor Dated:

Asst. Dir (Contracts) for Chief Engineer (AF)

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APPENDIX ‘A’ TO SPECIAL CONDITIONS LIST OF CERTIFIED PRODUCTS TO BE INCORPORATED IN WORKS Sl No Material 1. Concrete (a) Internal water proofing compounds (IS : 2645) (b) Plywood for concrete shuttering work (IS-4990) 2. 3.

4. 5. 6.

7

8

Joinery Wooden Flush Door Shutters, solid core type (IS-2202) Builders Hardware (a) Steel shutter hinges (IS:1341) (b) Non-ferrous Butt Hinges (IS : 205) (c) Ferrous Tower Bolts (IS:204) (d) Non-ferrous Tower Bolts (IS: 204 ) (e) Door Handles (non-ferrous) (IS:208) (f) Parliament Hinges(Ferrous) (IS:362) (g) Hydraulically Operated Door Closures (IS:3564) h) Continuous Piano Hinges(IS:3818) (j) Non-ferrous Metal sliding door Bolts (IS:2681) (k) Tee and Strap Hinges (IS:206) (l) Mild steel sliding door Bolts (IS:281) Steel And Iron Work (a) Steel doors, windows and ventilators (IS: 1038) Roof Covering Bitumen Felts for water proofing and damp proofing (IS:1322) Ceiling and Lining (a) Plywood for General Purposes (IS: 303) (Second revision) (b) Block boards (IS: 1659) (c)Veneered decorative plywood (IS: 1328) (Second revision ) (d) Marine plywood (IS : 710) (e) Fiber Hard board (IS : 1658) Flooring (a) White Portland cement (IS : 8042) (b) Cement concrete flooring (IS : 1237) WATER SUPPLY, PLUMBING, DRAINS AND SANITARY APPLIANCES (a) Concrete pipes with or without reinforcement (IS: 458) (b) Salt glazed stoneware pipes and fittings (IS: 651) (c) Flushing cisterns for water closets and urinals other than plastic (IS: 774) (d) Cast copper alloys screw down bib taps and stop valves (IS: 781) (e) Galvanised mild steel tubes (IS: 1239) (f) Galvanised mild steel tube fittings (IS: 1239) (g) Sand cast irons spigot and socket soil waste and ventilating pipes and fittings (IS: 1729) (h) Ball valves (Horizontal plunger type ) including floats for water supply purposes (IS: 1703) (j) Cast iron manhole covers and frames (IS: 1726) (k) AC presser pipes (IS: 1592) (l) Automatic flushing cisterns (IS: 2326) (m) Vitreous china sanitary appliances (i) Wash down water closets (IS: 2556 Part II) (ii) Squatting pans (IS: 2556 Part III) (iii) Wash basins (IS: 2556 Part IV) (iv) Laboratory Sinks (IS: 2556 Part V) (v) Urinals Bowl type (IS: 2556 Part VI Section I) (vi) Half Round Channels (IS: 2556 Part VII) (vii) Symphonic wash down water closets (IS: 2556 Part VIII) (viii) Foot rests (IS: 2556 Part X) (n) Plastic WC seats and covers (IS: 2546) (o) Vertically cast iron pressure pipes for water and sewage (IS: 1531) (p) Pillar tap (IS: 1793) (q) Centrifugally cast (Spun) iron pressure pipes for water gas and sewage (IS: 1536) (r) Centrifugally cast (CI spigot and socket soil waste and vent pipes, fittings & accessories) (IS: 3989) (s) Rubber sealing rings for gas main water mains and sewers (IS: 5382) (t) Cast iron fittings for pressure pipes for water mains and sewers (IS: 1538)

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APPENDIX ‘A’ TO SPECIAL CONDITIONS (Contd../) 9.

Electrical Works (a)Ceiling Rose (IS:371) (b)Tumbler switches (IS:3854) (c)Socket outlet 3 pin plug and socket (IS:1293) (d)Switch fuses (main & switch) (IS:1064 Part-I&II) (e)Rigid steel conduit (IS:1063) (f)Rigid Non-Metallic conduit (IS:2509) (g)Single core cable polyethylene insulated and PVC sheathed cable (IS:1596) (h)Starter for tube light (IS:2215) (i)Fluorescent lamps (IS: 2418 Part I&II) (j)Aluminium stranded conductor (IS: 398 Part I & II) (k)Switchgears (IS:2208) (l)HRC cartridge fuse links upto 650 volts (IS:9224 Part II) (m)Porcelain Insulators for overhead power lines (IS:731) (n)MCB (IS:8828)

Signature of Contractor Dated

Asst. Dir (Contracts) for Accepting Officer

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MATERIALS AND THEIR TESTS Frequency of tests Level of test

Sl No

Material

Tests

Method of testing

1

2

3

4

5

1) Compressive strength

IS-3495 (Part-II)

As per IS-5454 as given under:-

2) Water Absorption 3) Efflorescence

--Do----Do…

1.

Brick

Lot Size.

sample Size

(Part-I)

2.

Coarse Aggregate

1) Sieve Analysis

IS:2386(Part-I

6

permissible Nos of defective bricks

1001 to 5 0 10000 10001 to 35000 10 0 35001 to 50000 15 1 One test for every 100 cum of aggregates or part there of brought to site. ---do--

Rate per test Rs. 7

A

180/-

A

150/-

A

180/-

A

120/-

A

90/-

2) Flakiness Index

---do--

3) Estimation of deleterious materials 4) Organic impurities 5) Moisture content

---do--

One test for every 100 cum of aggregate or part thereof.

A

120/-

---do--

One test per source of supply

C

120/-

Regularly as Reqd.

A

120/-

IS:2386(Part-II)

Remarks

8 Checks for visual and Dimensional characteristics shall also be carried out as per IS:5454 Legend A-Site Lab B-Command Test Lab/Govt Engg college C-National test house/SEMT WING/Engg. College

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1

3.

2

Fine aggregate

3 6) Specific gravity

4 --do--

1) Sieve Analysis

(IS:2386Pt-I)

2) Test for clay, silt and impurities. 3) Specific gravity

--do--

4) Test for organic impurities 5) Moisture content 4.

Cement

1) Setting time

2) Soundness

5.

Structural concrete

3) Compressive strength 4) Fineness 1) Slump test or compacting factor time or VEE-BEE test 2) Compressive strength

6 B

7 120/-

One test for every 100 cum of FA or part thereof when brought to site. --do--

A

180/-

A

90/-

One for each source of supply

B

180/-

One test for each source of supply. Regularly as required subject to 2 tests/ per day when being used.

C

180/-

A

180/-

IS-4031-63 Reaffirmed 1980 --do--

Once for each consignment or as and when Reqd.

B

180/-

--do--

C

120/-

--do--

--do--

B

360/-

--do-IS-1199

--do-The Min frequency of sampling of concrete of each grade shall be as under :-

C A

120/180/-

--do..but(PartII) --do--do-

IS-516

5 One test for each source of supply.

Qty of Conc. IN THE work(M3) 1-5

No of samples 1

A

120/per sample

8

(1) Random sample shall be carried out to cover all mix units. (2) Refer IS-456-2000 Clause. 15.2 for frequency of sampling.

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APPENDIX ‘B’ TO SPECIAL CONDITIONS CONTD…

1 6.

2 (a) PCC block for walling (Hollow Block)

(b) PCC solid block for walling.

7.

8.

9.

Cement flooring Tiles/Terrazzo tiles

Burnt clay roofing Tiles (Hand Made) IS:2690(Pt-II) LENGTH 150 MM to 250MM, WIDTH 100 MM to 200MM, THICKNESS 35 MM TO 50 MM Manglore Pattern Roofing Tiles

5

6

1) Compressive strength.

3

IS:2156-1984 (Appx ‘B’)

8 Blocks out of 14

A

60/-

2) Water Absorption. 3) Density. 1) Compressive strength

-do- (Appx ‘B’) -do- (Appx ‘A’) IS-2185

3 Blocks out of 14 5 Blocks out of 14 12 Blocks out of 18

B B A

120/90/60/-

2) Water absorption. 3) Density 1) Water absorption

-do-

3 Blocks out of 18

B

120/-

-doIS:12371980(Appx ‘D’)

3 Blocks out of 18 6 Tiles out of 18

B B

120/180/-

2) Wet Transverse strength 3) Resistance to wear 1) Water absorption 2) Compressive strength

1) Water absorption 2) Breaking load

4

7

-do-(Appx “E”)

-do-

B

144/-

-do- (Appx ‘F’)

-do-

C

540/-

IS : 3495 (PartII) -do- (Part-I)

6 Tiles out of 12

B

216/-

-do-

A

180/-

IS : 654 (Appx ‘A’) -do- (Appx ‘C’)

6 Tiles out of 32

B

180/-

-do-

B

120/-

8 Samples :- 14 blocks from consignment of every 5000 blocks or part thereof.

Samples :18 Blocks from consignment of every 1000 or part thereof. These Blocks shall be checked for dimensions and weight Samples : 18 Tiles from each source of supply selected at Random.

Samples 12 tiles from each source of supply selected at Random.

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1 10.

11.

2 Timber

Water for constn purpose

3 1) Specific gravity and weight

4 IS:1708-1960

2) Moisture content 1) Test for acidity

-doIS:456 & 3025

2) Test for alkalinity 3) Test for solid content Visual inspection Test.

12.

Welding of steel work

13.

Timber panelled and glazed door/window shutters(including factory made shutter)

a) Dimensions, sizes workmanship and finish

-do-

b) STRENGTH TEST 1) Slamming

6 B

7 120/-

A B

120/240/-

-do-

B

240/-

-do-

C

300/-

Work site

360/-

A

180/-

IS:822-1970 Clause-7.1

IS:1003-1977 (Pt-I)

5 Minimum 3 samples from a lot of 4 Cum or 250 pieces of seasoned timber. Once at the stage of approval of source of water

100% by visual inspection

Frequency of sampling from each lot shall be as under :Lot size Sample Size 26 to 50 5 51 to 100 8 101 to 150 13 151 to 300 20 301 to 500 32 501 to 1000 50 1001 and above 80

IS:1303-1990

-do2) Impact Indentation 3) Shock Resistance 4) Edge Loading

-do-do-do-

From each lot 5% of the factory made shutter shall be tested for strength tests.

Manufacturer

8

Refer relevant clause of IS-456:2000

Specialised tests, their method and frequency to be decided on consideration of their importance by the Accepting Officer.

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APPENDIX ‘B’ TO SPECIAL CONDITIONS CONTD… 1 14.

15.

2 Ply Wood (IS:303-1989)

Veneered Wood Particle Board(Medium Density) IS:3097-1985

3 a) Moisture content b) Water Resistance a) Density

b) Moisture content c) Water absorption d) Swelling due to surface absorption e) Swelling in water

4 IS:1734-1983 (Pt-I) -do(Part-6) IS:635 (Part-1) --do---do-(Part-16) --do--(Part-17)

--do-- (Part-4)

____________________________ SIGNATURE OF CONTRACTOR DATED______________

6

7

8

Six test pieces cut from each of the boards selected shall be subjected to tests.

B

240/-

SAMPLING shall be as per IS7835-1975 Tables

Three test specimen from each sample(Size 150mm x 75mm)

C

60/-

Sampling shall be done as per IS:3087-83 clause 2 with moisture meter.

A&B A

60/60/-

A

60/-

A

60/-

B

90/-

C

120/-

--do---do-(Size 300mm x 300mm) --do-(Size 125mm x 100mm)

--do--

--do-- (Part-14) f) Modules of rupture g) Screw withdrawal strength

5

-do(Size 200mm x 100mm) Three test specimens as per IS : 2380-1977 --do-- as per IS:2385

Dy Dir (Conbtracts) For Accepting Officer

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS 1.

GENERAL

1.1

(a) Work under this contract shall be carried out in accordance with Schedule 'A’ Part-I & II, particular specifications, drawings and General Specifications and other provisions in MES standard Schedule of Rates (here in after called MES Schedule Part-I (2009) specifications and Part-II (2010) Rates read in conjunction with each other. (b) Term “General Specifications” referred to here-in-before as well as referred to in IAFW2249 (General conditions of Contracts) shall mean the specifications contained in the MES Schedule Part-I. (c) General Rules, specification, Special Conditions and all preambles in the MES Schedule shall be deemed to be applicable to the work under this contract, unless specifically stated otherwise in those documents in which case the provisions in these documents shall take precedence over the aforesaid provision in the MES Schedule. The term “as specified” wherever appears in tender documents and drawings relates to relevant particular specifications and in its absence general specifications. All references to MES Schedule (Standard Schedule of Rates) in these specifications relate to Part-I of MES Schedule unless otherwise mentioned. Reference to only some paragraphs of MES Schedule has been made in these particular specifications but other paragraphs and provisions as applicable are also to be followed for all parts of Schedule ‘A’ even though not particularly mentioned here in after. (d) Where specifications for any item of work are not given in MES Schedule or in these particular specifications, specification as given in relevant Indian Standard code of practice and IRC publications for the relevant item shall be followed.

2.

SCOPE OF WORK : The scope of work under this contract shall be as indicated in and its appendices.

2.1

MATERIALS TO BE SUPPLIED BY CONTRACTOR ;

2.1.1

Refer Condition 10 of IAFW-2249 (General Conditions of Contracts)

2.2

The materials unless otherwise mentioned in the tender documents shall conform to the IS/BIS and shall be procured from any one of the manufacturer’s listed in particular specification

2.3

The tenderer is advised to inspect samples of materials which are displayed in the office of the GE, before submitting his tender. The tenderer shall be deemed to have inspected the sample and satisfied himself as to the nature and quality of materials he is required to incorporate in the work irrespective of whether he has actually inspected them or not.

2.4

The contractor shall not procure bulk materials unless the sample of each article is approved in writing from GE.

2.5

The relevant Indian Standards (IS) shall be of the year of Publication (Edition) as specified in the MES SSR Part I. The contractor may, however, at his discretion provide and incorporate in the work, such materials complying with the requirements of any corresponding subsequently amended or revised edition of the IS without any price adjustment in the lump sum or quoted rates.

2.6

All equipment and material to be incorporated in the work shall be best of their quality and kind and conforming to latest IS. PRODUCTION OF RECEIPTED BILLS/CASH MEMOS FOR MATERIALS PROCURED

3. 3.1

Sch ‘A’

It will be mandatory for the tenderer to produce genuine receipted bills/cash memos, invoices from the manufacturer and/or their authorised agents for the full quantity of the following materials as applicable, as pre-requisite before submitting claim for payment of advances on account of work done and/or materials collected in accordance with condition 64 of General Conditions of Contracts IAFW-2249.

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd.......

3.2

3.3

(a) Compressible bituminous boards, sealing compounds & primer etc. (b) All types of bitumen. (c) Polythene film, paint (d) Recron 3 S type CT-2012 (e) Any other proprietary items. When the cost of each category of materials for entire contract is less than Rs 10,000/production of bills may not be insisted upon, if the GE is otherwise satisfied with the quality and quantity of materials EXCAVATION AND EARTH WORK The excavation shall be carried out as under :Various items of excavations and earth work required for execution are stipulated in (a) schedule ‘A’. (b) Before commencing the work, the existing ground levels of the whole area under proposed work shall be taken jointly by the contractor and Engineer-in-Charge. (i) A longitudinal section along the center line of the proposed work with ground levels at 5 metres intervals. (ii) Existing ground level shall be taken at 5 m grid and at ends of the proposed work (if fall below 5 m interval) top level of existing adjoining area of the proposed work shall also be recorded. Existing ground levels at 5 m beyond the outer edges of proposed work shall also be recorded. (iii) All these levels will be recorded in level books or in detailed print out form alongwith soft copy in excel sheet and longitudinal and cross sections will be plotted on graph papers. The copies of longitudinal section and cross section shall be forwarded to the Accepting Officer and GE before proceeding with works of the excavation and earth work within 30 days after levels are taken. The level books or level sheet porint out duly marked longitudinal and cross sections on graph papers will be signed by the contractor and Engineer-in-Charge in token of acceptance of the existing ground levels. (iv) The work in cutting and filling shall be carried out as instructed by the GE who will clearly mark on the drawings, prepared by GE from site details, formation levels up to which cutting/filling is to be done. (c) The GE and Engineer-in-Charge shall be informed in writing by the contractor at every change of strata. Cutting in any new strata shall commence only after obtaining written orders from the Garrison Engineer /Engineer-in-Charge. Before commencement of cutting, excavating in new strata, the levels shall again be taken , recorded and signed by the contractor and Engineer-in-Charge by the same mode and at the intervals as has been decided here-in-before. At the same time of ordering cutting in new strata, the Engineer-inCharge shall attach with his written order with the following. (i) The existing ground levels. (ii) The levels at which new strata has been met with . (iii) The levels at which further cutting is necessary in the new strata. (d) Black cotton soil/vegetable soils and soils obtained from top 15 cm cutting shall not be used for filling and shall be disposed off as directed by Engineer-in-Charge. (e) The Engineer-in-Charge with his written order , attach a site plan showing locations where approved soil from cutting /excavations is to be used in filling stating thereon the sources /lead involved. (f) Rates for excavation mentioned in Schedule ‘A’ shall be for excavation without use of timbering.

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... (g) Rates of all items of earth work/excavation in cubic metre in Sch ‘A’ shall be for solid measurements of executed works viz embankment etc. (h) The area of cutting and or filling in each cross section shall be separately computed by Simpson’s Rule. The volume shall be separately computed by Trapezoidal Formula. 3.4

SURFACE DRESSING. Trimming of natural ground, rough excavated surface and filled up areas before survey/leveling work to remove vegetation and /or small inequalities not exceeding 15 cm deep shall be described as surface dressing.

3.5

DISPOSAL OF SURPLUS SOIL: All surplus soil from excavation shall be removed, spread and leveled at place and distance given in Sch ‘A’ and as directed by Engineer-in-Charge. The rubbish shall be cleared away from time to time as directed.

3.6

DEWATERING : No extra payment shall be admissible for dewatering, if water is met with or accumulated in the foundations or any other excavations due to any cause whatsoever and for excavation in mud, bailing and pumping of water if required, shall be done as described in para 3.17 of MES Schedule Part I.

3.7

TIMBERING : In case timbering to excavation is required and specifically ordered by GE in writing this shall be paid as a deviation.

3.8

Filling: Earth obtained from surface dressing shall not be used for filling purposes for works under this contract and shall be removed from the site and filled in low lying area or at location directed by GE. FORMING EMBANKMENT Spreading and compacting : The earth obtained either from excavation or brought from outside MD land (free from vegetation & deleterious material) shall be spread on the prepared sub grade with the help of a motor grader of adequate capacity, its blade having hydraulic controls suitable for initial adjustment and for maintaining the required slope and grade during the operation or other means as approved by the Garrison Engineer.

3.9 3.9.1

3.9.2

Moisture content of the loose material shall be checked in accordance with IS:2720 (Part-2) and suitably adjusted by sprinkling additional water from a truck mounted or trailer mounted water tank and suitable for applying water uniformly and at controlled quantities to variable widths of surface or other means approved by the Engineer so that, at the time of compaction, it is from 1 per cent above to 2 per cent below the optimum moisture content corresponding to IS: 2720(Part 8). While addicting water, due allowance shall be made for evaporation losses. After water has been added, the material shall be processed by mechanical or other approved means like disc harrows, motivators until the layer is uniformly wet.

3.9.3

Immediately thereafter, rolling shall start. If the thickness of the compacted layer does not exceed 100 mm, a smooth wheeled roller of 80 to 100 kN weight may be used. For a compacted single layer upto 225 mm the compaction shall be done with the help of a vibratory roller of minimum 80 to 100 kN static weight with plain drum or pad foot drum or heavy pneumatic tyred roller of minimum 200 to 300 kN weight having a minimum tyre pressure of 0.7 MN/m2 or equivalent capacity roller capable of achieving the required compaction. Rolling shall commence at the lower edge and proceed towards the upper edge longitudinally for portions having unidirectional crossfall and super elevation and shall commence at the edges and progress towards the centre for portions having crossfall on both sides.

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... 3.9.4

Each pass of the roller shall uniformly overlap not less than one-third of the track made in the preceding pass. During rolling, the grade and crossfall (camber) shall be checked and any high sports or depressions, which become apparent, corrected by removing or adding fresh material. The speed of the roller shall not exceed 5 km per hour.

3.9.5

Rolling shall be continued till the density achieved is at least 95 per cent of the maximum dry density for the material determined as per IS : 2720 (Part 8). The surface of any layer of material on completion of compaction shall be well closed, free from movement under compaction equipment and from compaction planes, ridges, cracks or loose material. All loose, segregated or otherwise defective areas shall be made good to the full thickness of layer and re-compacted.

3.10 3.10.1

CEMENT TREATED SOIL STABILISATION Scope:- This work shall consist of laying and compacting a sub-base/ base course of soil treated with cement on prepared sub grade/sub-base, in accordance with the requirements of these specifications and in conformity with the lines, grades and cross-sections shown on the drawings or as directed by the Engineer-in-Charge.

3.11

Material to be stabilized: The material used for cement treatment shall be soil (free from vegetation and deleterious material) either obtained from the site or brought from outside the MD land (As per Sch ‘A’).

3.11.1

Cement : Cement for cement stabilization shall be as specified here-in-after.

--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Quantity of Cement in stabilized mix: The quantity of cement to be added as per cent by weight of the dry soil as specified in the Sch ‘A’ is tentative. The mix design shall be done on the basis of achieved soaked CBR value of minimum 8%. The contractor will submit mix design from any Govt Engg College or NABL approved laboratory within 30 days of commencement of work to GE for approval. The cost of Mix Design including all arrangement made for the same is deemed to be included in the rates quoted by Contractor under Sch ‘A’ of respective Item. 3.12

Water: The water to be used for cement stabilization shall be clean and free from injurious substances. Potable water shall be preferred.

3.13 3.13.1

Construction Operations Degree of pulverization: For stabilisation, the soil before addition of cement, shall be pulverized, to the extent that it passes the requirements as set out in Table below when tested in accordance with the method described in Appendix 3 on Srl Page No 698 of IRC publication 'Specifications for Road & Bridge Works' (Fourth Revision) (2001 Edition). TABLE: SOIL PULVERISATION REQUIREMENTS FOR CEMENT STABILISATION Is Sieve designation Minimum per cent by weight passing the IS Sieve 26.5 mm 100 5.6 mm 80

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... 3.14

3.14.1

3.14.2

3.15

3.15.1

3.15.2

Equipment for construction : Stabilised soil sub-bases shall be constructed by mix-inplace method of construction or as otherwise approved by the Garrison Engineer. Manual mixing shall be permitted only where the width of laying is not adequate for mechanical operations, as in small-sized jobs. The equipment used for mix-in-place construction shall be a rotavator or similar approved equipment capable of pulversing and mixing the soil with additive and water to specified degree to the full thickness of the layer being processed, and of achieving the desired degree of mixing and uniformity of the stabilized material. If so desired by the Engineer-inCharge, trial runs with the equipment shall be carried out to establish its suitability for work. The thickness of any layer to be stabilized shall be not less than 100 mm when compacted. The maximum thickness shall be 200 mm, provided the plant used is accepted by the Engineer-in-Charge. Mix-in-place method of construction : Before deploying the equipment, the soil after it is made free of undesirable vegetation or other deleterious matter shall be spread uniformly on the prepared subgrade in a quantity sufficient to achieve the desired compacted thickness of the stabilized layer. Where single-pass equipment is to be employed, the soil shall be lightly rolled at the discretion of the Engineer-in-Charge. The equipment used shall either be of single-pass or multiple pass type. The mixers shall be equipped with an appropriate device for controlling the depth of processing and the mixing blades shall be maintained or reset periodically so that the correct depth of mixing is obtained at all times. With single-pass equipment the forward speed of the machine shall be so selected in relation to the rotor speed that the required degree of mixing, pulverization and depth of processing is obtained. In multiple-pass processing, the prepared subgrade shall be pulverized to the required depth with successive passes of the equipment and the moisture content adjusted to be within prescribed limits mentioned hereinafter. The blending or stabilizing material shall then be spread uniformly and mixing continued with successive passes until the required depth and uniformity of processing have been obtained.

3.15.3

The mixing equipment shall be so set that it cuts slightly into the edge of the adjoining lane processed previously so as to ensure that all the material forming a layer has been properly processed for the full width.

3.16

Construction with manual means : Where manual mixing is specifically permitted by the GE for small job, the soil from borrow areas shall first be freed of all vegetation and deleterious matter and placed on the prepared sub grade. The soil shall then be pulverized by means of crow-bars, pick axes or other means approved by the Engineer-in-Charge.

.16.1

Water in requisite quantities may be sprinkled on the soil, for aiding pulverization. On the pulverized soil, the blending material (s) in requisite quantities shall be spread uniformly and mixed thoroughly by working with spades or other similar implements till the whole mass is uniform. After adjusting the moisture content to be within the limits mentioned later, the mixed material shall be leveled up to the required thickness so that it is ready to be rolled. Moisture content for compaction : The moisture content at compaction checked vide IS: 2720(Part 2) shall not be less than the optimum moisture content corresponding to IS: 2720 (Part 8) nor more than 2 per cent above it.

3.17

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Rolling: Immediately after spreading grading and leveling of the mix material, compaction shall be carried with approved equipment proceeded by a few passes of lighter roller if necessary. Rolling shall commence at edges and progress towards the centre, except at super elevated portions where it shall commence at the inner edge and progress towards outer edge, During rolling the surface shall be frequently checked for grade and crossfall camber and any irregularities corrected by lessening the material and removing/adding fresh material. Compaction shall continue until the density achieved is at least 98 per cent of the maximum dry density for the material determined in accordance with IS:2720 (Part 8). Care shall be taken to see that the compaction of cement stabilized material is completed within two hours of its mixing or such shorter period as may be found necessary in dry weather.

3.18.1

The final surface shall be well closed, free from movement under compaction planes, ridges, cracks or loose material. All loose or segregated or otherwise defective areas shall be made good to the full thickness of the layer and recompacted. Curing : The sub-base/ base course shall be suitably cured for 07 days. Subsequent pavement course shall be laid soon after to prevent the surface from drying out and becoming friable. No traffic of any kind shall ply over the completed sub-base unless permitted by the Engineer-in-Charge. Surface Finish and Quality Control of Works: The surface finish of construction shall conform to the lines, grades, cross section and dimensions shown on drawing or as directed by Garrison Engineer subject to permitted tolerance of + 20 mm when taken on a grid points placed at 6.25 mtr longitudinally and 3.5 mtr transverselly. For any 10 consecutives measurements taken longitudinally or transversely, not more than one measurement shall be permitted to exceed the tolerance as above.

3.19

3.20

3.21

3.22

Strength : Cement treated soil sub-base /base shall be tested for the ‘K’ value at 7 days, actually obtained in situ. In case of variation from the specified ‘K’ value, in situ value being on lower side, the Contractor shall re-execute the soil stabilization work without any extra cost to the department. However, extra cement if required to be added in the process shall be paid extra under relevant item of Sch 'A' . SAND FILLING Sand shall be 1.18 mm single size sand and shall pass 100% through 2.36 mm sieve and shall be 100% retained on 600 micron sieve and filling shall be done as specified in clause No 3.21.4 of SSR Part – I 2009.

4. 4.1

WET MIXED MACADAM 40 mm graded aggregate shall be crushed stone as per sieve designation mentioned in clause No 4.4 here-in-after. The coarse aggregate shall be hard and durable and shall be free form excess of flat, elongated, soft and disintegrated particles, dirt and other objectionable matter. Coarse aggregate shall be tested as per IS:2386 (Part- IV) to check the physical requirements and strength . WMM shall be laid in layers as specified in Sch ‘A’.

4.2

Screening shall be of the same materials as of coarse aggregate.

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... 4.3. Coarse aggregate shall conform to the following :Srl No TEST TEST METHOD 1 Los Angeles Abrasion Value or Aggregate impact value 2 Combined Flakiness and elongation

4.4

REQUIREMEN T 40% Max

IS-2386(Schedule ‘A’-IV) IS-2386(Schedule ‘A’-IV) or IS 5640 IS-2386(Schedule ‘A’-I)

30% Max 30% Max

NOTE:To determine this combined proportion , the flaky stone from a representative sample should first be separated out. Flakiness index is weight of flaky stone metal divided by weight of stone sample . Only the elongated particles be separated out from the remaining (non –flaky) stone metal. Elongation index is weight of elongated particles divided by total non-flaky particles. The value of flakiness index and elongation index so found are added up. GRADING REQUIREMENTS: The aggregate shall conform to the grading given below:IS sieve designation Percent by weight passing the IS sieve 53.00 mm 100 45.00 mm

95-100

26.50 mm

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22.40 mm

60-80

11.20 mm

40-60

4.75 mm

25-40

2.36 mm

15-30

600 micron

8-22

75 micron

0-8

4.5

Material finer then 425 micron shall have plasticity Index (PI) not exceeding 6.

4.6

The final gradation approved within these limits shall be well graded from course to fine and shall not vary from the low limit on one sieve to the high limit on the adjacent sieve or vice-versa. Coarse aggregate and screening specified above shall be stacked closely packed on level ground and shall be measured and recorded in MB before incorporation. A deduction of 1/13th from the stack measurements shall be made for unevenness of the ground.

4.7

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CONSTRUCTION OPERATION PREPARATION OF BASE The surface of the sub grade/sub-base/base to receive the Wet Mix Macadam course shall be prepared to the specified lines and cross fall (camber ) and made free of dust and other extraneous material. Any ruts or soft yielding places shall be corrected in an approved manner and rolled until firm surface is obtained if necessary by sprinkling water. Any sub-base/base/base surface irregularities where predominant, shall be made good by providing appropriate type of profile corrective course (leveling course).

5.2 5.3

PROVISION OF LATERAL CONFINEMENT OF AGGREGATE While constructing wet mix macadam, arrangements shall be made for the lateral confinement of wet mix. This shall be done by laying materials adjoining shoulder along with that of wet mix macadam. PREPARATION OF MIX Wet mix macadam shall be prepared in a continuous mixing plant of suitable capacity having provision for controlled addition of water and forced positive mixing arrangement like pug mill or pan type mix of concrete batching plant Optimum moisture for mixing shall be determined in accordance with IS: 2720 (Part 8) after replacing the aggregate fraction retained on 22.4 mm sieve with material of 4.75 mm to 22.4 mm size. While adding water, due allowance should be made for evaporation losses. However , at the time of compaction, water in the wet mix should not vary form the optimum value by more than limits as approved by the Engineer-in-Charge. The mixed material should be uniformly wet and no segregation should be permitted. SPREADING OF MIX : Immediately after mixing , the aggregates shall be spread uniformly and evenly upon the prepared sub grade/sub-base/base in required quantities. In no case should these be dumped in heaps directly on the area where these are to be laid nor shall their hauling over a partly completed stretch be permitted. The mix may be spread by a paver finisher. For portions where mechanical means cannot be used , manual means as approved by the Engineer-in-Charge shall be used.

5.4 5.4.1

5.4.2

5.5 5.5.1

5.5.2

5.5.3

The paver finisher for WMM shall be self propelled, having the following features:(i) Loading hoppers and suitable distribution mechanism. (ii) The screed shall have tamping and vibrating arrangement for initial compaction the layer as it is spread without rutting or otherwise marring the surface profile. (iii) The paver shall be equipped with necessary control mechanism so as to ensure that the finished surface is free form surface blemishes. The surface of the aggregate shall be carefully checked with templates and all high or low spots remedied by removing or adding aggregate as may be required. The layer may be tested by depth blocks during construction . No segregation of larger and fine particles should be allowed. The aggregates as spread should be of uniform gradation with no pockets of fine materials.

5.6 5.6.1

COMPACTION After the mix has been laid to the required thickness, grade and cross fall/camber the same shall be uniformly compacted, to the full depth with suitable roller. Since thickness of single compacted layer does not exceed 125 mm, a smooth wheel roller of 8 to 10 tonne may be used. The speed of the roller shall not exceed 5 KM/h.

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5.6.3

5.6.4 5.6.5

5.6.6

5.6.7 5.6.8

5.7 5.7.1

5.8 5.8.1

In portions having unidirectional cross fall /super elevation, rolling shall commence from the lower edge and progress gradually towards the upper edge. Thereafter , roller should progress parallel to the center line of the WMM, uniformly over –lapping each of the preceding track by at least one third width until the entire surface has been rolled. Alternate trips of the roller shall be terminated in stops at least one metre away from any preceding stop. In portions in camber , rolling should begin at the edge with the roller running forward and backward until the edges have been firmly compacted. The roller shall then progress gradually towards the center parallel to the center line of the WMM uniformly overlapping each of the preceding track by at least one third width until the entire surface has been rolled. Any displacement occurring as a result of reversing of the direction of a roller or fro any other cause shall be corrected at once as specified and/or removed and made good. Along forms, kerbs, walls or other places not accessible to the roller , the mixture shall be thoroughly compacted with mechanical tempers or a plate compactor. Skin patching of an area without scarifying the surface to permit proper bonding of the added material shall not be permitted. Rolling should not be done when the sub grade is soft or yielding or when it causes a wave like motion in the sub base/base course or sub grade. If irregularities develop during rolling which exceed 12 mm when tested with a 3 metre straight edge, the surface should be loosened and premixed material added or removed as required before rolling again so as to achieve a uniform surface conforming to the desired grade and cross fall. In no case should the use of unmixed material be permitted to make up the depressions. Rolling shall be continued till the density achieved is at least 98 percent of the maximum dry density or the material as determined by the method outlined in IS-220 (Part 8). After completion, the surface of any finished layer shall be well closed, free from movement under compaction equipment or any compaction planes sags, cracks and loose material. All loose, segregated or otherwise defective area shall be made good to the full thickness of the layer and re-compacted. SETTING AND DRYING: After final compaction of wet mix macadam course, the surface shall be allowed to dry for 24 hours. Preferably no vehicular traffic of any kind should be allowed on the finished wet mix macadam surface till it has dried and the wearing course laid. RECTIFICATION OF SURFACE IRREGULARITY Where the surface irregularity of the wet mix macadam course exceeds the permissible tolerances as laid down in IRC or where the course is otherwise defective due to sub grade soil getting mixed with the aggregate ,the full thickness of the layer shall be scarified over the affected area, reshaped with added premixed material or removed and replaced with fresh premixed material as applicable and recompacted. The area treated in the aforesaid manner shall not be less than 5 m long and 2 m wide. In no case shall depressions be filled up with unmixed and ungraded material or fines equipment for determining the maximum dry density as per IS shall be provided by the contractor and cost of the same and conducting the test shall deemed to be included in the quoted rates.

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... 6.

7. 7.1

GRANULAR SUB BASE:Granular sub base shall be provided as described in Sch ‘A’ item. The specification for using gravel shall be as per grade I/II of table 400-I of MORTH specification. CONCRETE MATERIALS

7.1.1

CEMENT

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General : Cement required for the work under the contract shall be procured, supplied and incorporated in the works by the contractor under his own arrangement. Cement shall be of tested quality and shall comply with the requirements mentioned in the drawings, SSR, IS Specifications as amended and particular specifications given hereinafter.

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Blank PROCUREMENT AND TESTING OF CEMENT :

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(a) All cement required for completion of this contract shall be ordinary Portland cement 43 grade conforming to IS : 8112-1989 and each bag shall bear BIS marking. (b) Before commencement of the contractor will get the cement approved by GE. (c) Cement required for completion of this contract shall be procured by the contractor, under his own arrangement direct from the manufacturers. The cement shall be procured from the following manufacturers (in case total consumption of cement is more than 1200 bags) : 1 1.

2 M/s Cement Manufacturing Company Ltd

3 “Star Brand”

4 Mayur Garden, 2nd Floor, Opp-Rajuv Bhawan, GS Road, Guwhati-781005 Ph-0361-2462215/216/513 Fax :0361-2462217 Email:[email protected] Rajgangpur, Dist-Sundargarh Orissa, Pin-770017 Ph-0361-2668504, Fax2662131 Website :www.calcom.co.in Dalmiapuram, Disttiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu – 621651

2.

M/s OCL India “Konark Ltd Cement”

3.

M/s Dalmia Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd

4.

M/s Chettinsd Chettinad 4th Floor, Rani Seethai Hall Cement Building, 603, Anna Salai Hall, Corporation Chennai-600006 Ltd Tele No 044-42951800 Fax No 044-28291558 Email: [email protected] Website – www.chettinadcement.com

5

6 OPC 43, 53 Gde & PPC

Orissa, W.B. JH, Bihar

OPC 43 Gde & PPC

Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala, AP & A&N

OPC 43 Gde & PPC

-

Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala, AP & A&N

OPC 43GR, PPC

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd.......

5.

M/s MYCEM Heidelberg Cement India Ltd

6.

M/s Parasakti Parasakti Cement Ltd

7.

M/s Zuari Zuari Cement Ltd

08.

M/s Toshali Gajapati Cement Pvt Ltd

09.

M/s Saifco Saifco Cement Pvt Ltd

10.

M/s Prism Prism Cement Ltd

11.

M/s Shree Sartaj Guru Kripa Cement Pvt Ltd M/s Barak Valley Valley Cement Strong Ltd

12.

9th Floor, Infinity Tower “C” DLF Cyber City, Gurgaon, Haryana-122002 Ph-0124-4503700, Fax-0124-4147698 REGD OFFICE 123/3RT, Plot # 8-3214/21, Srinivasa Nagar Colony(West) Hyderabad-500038 Tel-04044119100/200, Fax-040-23747562 6, MC Nichols Road Chetpet Chennai600031 Ph.044-28363958, 28365047 123/2RT, 2nd Floor Sanjeeva Reddy Nagar, Hyderabad500038 Ph 040-2300675 Opposite Post office, Batwara Srinagar-190004 (J&K) Ph 0194-2466061 3/113, Vivek Khand, Gomto Nagar Lucknow -226010 Ph- 0522-2396847, 2397589 4/4 Trikuta Nagar Jammu Ph – 0191-2472043 Debendra Nagar Badarpur Ghat Distt Karimganj Assam – 788803 Ph 03845-269258

Karnataka & Maharastra

PPC

Bangalore, Orrisa, UP & Maharastra

OPC43Gr & PPC

OPC 43 Gr & PPC

Hyderabad, Visakhapatnam, Bhubaneshwar

OPC 43 Gr & PPC

Srinagar

OPC 43 Gr

UP, Bihar, Uttarkhand, Jharkhand, Chattisgarh, Delhi, Maharastra & MP

OPC 43 Gr & PPC

Assam, Mizoram, Tripura, Nagalan, Manipur & Kolkata

OPC 43 Gr, PPC OPC 43 Gr

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14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

M/s Dhruv Industrial Dhuruv 49/27 Sinha Market Company Ltd General Ganj Kanpur-208001 M/s Ultra Tech Cement ‘B’ Wing, 2nd Floor, Mahakali Caves Road Andheri (East), Mumbai-400093 M/s Madras Cement Auras Corporate Centre, 98-A, Dr adhakrishnan Salai, Mylapore, Ph 044 28478666 M/s Saurashtra Gala No A-1, Ground Cement Floor, Udhyog Sadan No 3 MIDC, Central Road, Andheri (East), Mumbai-400093 Ph 022 32955557/67 MO 9320290081 M/s Lafarge Cement Crescenzo, 1004, BWing, 10th floor, C-38/39, G Block, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra (East), Mumbai-400051 The Associated 414/421, Splendor Cement Companies Forum (4th Floor), 3, Ltd Distt Centre, Jasola,New Delhi110044 Ph-01146583600 Grasism Industries Birlagram, Nagda, Ltd Madhya Pradesh, Pin456331 Ph07366246760/246766 The India Cement Dhun Building, 827, Anna Salai, Chennai600002 Andhra Cement Ltd Durga Cement Works Durgapuram, Dechepalli Guntur, AP, Pin-522414 Ph0863257429

UPKanpur

OPC 43 Gr

OPC 43 Gr & PPC

OPC 43 Gr & PPC

OPC 43 Gr & PPC

OPC 43 Gr & PPC

OPC 43 Gr & PPC

OPC 43 Gr & PPC

OPC 43 Gr & PPC OPC 43 Gr & PPC

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... 22

Century cements

23

Binani cement Ltd

24

Mangalam Ltd

25

Birla Ltd

26

Orient Cement

27

Shree Cement

28

JK Cement

29

JK Lakshmi Cement Ltd

30

Jaypee Rewa Cement Ambuja Cement Ltd

31

32

Industry House, 159 Chruch gate Reclamation, Mumbai-400020 Ph-02222023936 Mercantile Chambers, 12 J.N Heredia Marg, Ballard Estate, Mumbai-400001 022-22690506/10 PO Adityanagar, Morak, Dist-Kota, Rajasthan326520 Mob-9351468076 Birla Building (3rd & 4th Floor) 9/1 R.N Mukherjee Road Kolkata-700001 Ph033-30573700 5-9-22/57/D, 2nd and 3rd Floor, GP Birla Centre, Adarsh Nagar, Hyderabad-500063 Ph04423688600 Bangur Nagar, Beawar, Distt-Ajmer, Rajasthan305901 Ph01462228101/06

Cement

Corporation

Jaykaypuram, Dist-Sirohi, Rajashthan Ph-02971 244409/10

Kodinar, POAmbujanagar, TalukaKodinar, DisttJunagadh,Gujrat-362715 Ph-02795237000 M/S My Home 1.Maha 9th Floor,Block-3,My Brand Industries Ltd Home for Hub,Madhapur,HydrabadOPC43 2. Maha 500081

OPC 43 Gr & PPC

OPC 43 Gr & PPC

OPC 43 Gr & PPC OPC 43 Gr & PPC

OPC 43 Gr & PPC

OPC 43 Gr & PPC

OPC 43 Gr & PPC OPC 43 Gr & PPC OPC 43 Gr & PPC OPC 43 Gr & PPC

OPC 43 Gr & PPC

Shakti for PPC

33

M/S Industries

Sanghi

10th Floor,kataria Arcade Off SG Highway,POMakarba,DistAhmedabad,Pin380051,Ph-079-26838000

OPC 53 Gr & PPC

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... (d) For all contracts ,where estimated requirement of cement is less than 1200bags,contractor can procure cement from the authorised distributors/dealer of the approved firms.However contractor have to submit test certificate for batch issued by the firm.

(e) Particulars of the manufacturer of cement along with date of manufacture shall be furnished by the Contractor to GE for every consignment of cement separately.

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The contactor shall furnish the particulars of the manufacturer of cement alongwith the date of manufacturing of cement to the Garrison Engineer for every lot of cement separately.

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For each lot of cement brought by the contractor, before acceptance of the cement the following actions will be taken by the GE and Engineer-in- Charge :(a) Inspect the lot and verify the general conditions of the cement. (b) Obtain the vouchers (IN ORIGINAL) of the manufacture of cement for each lot containing the date of manufacturing, from the contractor. (c) Obtain the manufacturer’s test certificate (in original) from the contractor for each lot of cement alongwith Test Sheets giving the result of each physical test and chemical composition of cement or authenticated copy thereof duly signed by manufacturer. The Test Sheet should include the results of the following mandatory test :(i) Specific surface by Blains air Permeability method. (ii) Soundness Test by Le” Chatlier method. (iii) Initial setting time. (iv) Final Setting time. (v) Compressive strength test at 3,7 & 28 days as specified in the relevant IS code. (vi) The test report should also show the chemical properties of the cement as per relevant IS Codes. (d)

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Verify the documents listed at Clause Nos --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- .3(b) & (c) here-in-before given by the contractor from the manufacturer. The cement so brought shall be fresh and in no case older than 60 days from the date of manufacture. The GE accordingly in consultation with the contractor will work out the Schedule of procurement and ensure that the same is adhered to. This Schedule should be vetted by CWE from time to time. The document in support of the purchases of cement shall be verified by the Garrison Engineer. Before placing the order for supply of cement by the contractor, he shall obtain written approval from the GE regarding name of manufacturer, quantity of cement etc. Cement shall be procured for minimum requirement of one month and not exceeding the requirement of more than two months at a time and should match with the physical progress of the work. The cement shall be consumed in the work within three months after receipt. Cement shall conform to the requirement of Indian Standard Specification and each bag of cement shall bear relevant ISI mark. The weight of each consignment shall be verified by the GE and recorded. The content of cement shall be checked at random to verify the actual weight of cement per bag. However, the content of cement per bag shall be 50 Kg only subject to tolerance given in relevant IS code.

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TESTING OF CEMENT

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The contractor shall submit the manufacturer’s test certificate in original or attested true copy alongwith test sheets giving the results of each physical test as applicable in accordance with relevant IS provision and the chemical composition of cement or authenticated copy there of duly signed by the manufacture with each consignment, as per the following IS provision :(a) Method of sampling hydraulic cement as per IS-3535. (b) Methods of physical test for hydraulic cements as per IS-4031. (c) Methods of chemical analysis of hydraulic cement as per IS-4032. The test certificate and test sheet shall be furnished with each batch of manufacture. The Engineer-in-Charge shall record these details in cement acceptance register to be maintained by him which will be signed by Junior Engineer (Civil), Engineer-in-Charge, Garrison Engineer and the contractor as given in the format hereinafter for verification.

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The contractor shall however organize, setting time and a compressive strength test of cement through designated approved laboratory on samples collected from the lot brought at site before incorporation in work. The contractor will be allowed to use the cement only after satisfactory compressive strength test results of three days & seven days. To meet this requirement contractor is required to keep minimum 10 days stock before any new lot brought at site which can be used in the work. The contractor shall be required to remove the cement not meeting the requirement from site within 24 hours. Seven day strength test will be relied upon to accept the lot of cement to commence the work. 28 days compressive strength test will be the final criteria to accept/reject the lot.

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INDEPENDENT TESTING OF CEMENT BY GE

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The GE shall carry out independent testing as per the tests mentioned in the ‘CEMENT SUPPLY/ACCEPTANCE FORM’ (Physical and Chemical requirement) of random samples of cement drawn from various lots. The testing shall be carried out through National Test House, SEMT Wing (CME, Pune), Regional Research Laboratories, Govt approved Laboratories, Zonal Laboratories as per IS-3535 (method of sampling hydraulic cement), IS-4031 (method of physical test for hydraulic cement) and IS-4032 (Method of chemical analysis of hydraulic cement) referred to above. The decision as to where the testing of cement is to be done shall be taken by GE. In case the cement is not of requisite standard despite manufacturer’s test certificate, the contractor shall remove the total consignment from the site within 24 hours at his own cost after written rejection order of the consignment by the GE. The cost of testing, transportation and of material used in testing etc. shall be borne by the contractor irrespective of the results of testing and no extra claim whatsoever shall be admissible.

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SAMPLING FOR INDEPENDENT AND ADDITIONAL TESTS

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Sample of cement from each lot should be collected by the Engineer-in-Charge and GE in accordance with IS 3535-1986, for independent or additional tests. The cement shall be tested within 1-3 weeks on supply but before incorporation of the same in works. The cost of testing, transportation and of material used in testing etc. shall be borne by the contractor irrespective of the results of testing and no extra claim whatsoever shall be admissible. The record of such samples selected by the GE for testing shall be properly maintained in the ‘Cement Testing Register’ giving cross reference to relevant consignment of cement and quantity received etc.

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Cost of transportation of samples to the approved laboratory/test house and all testing charges including cost of sample shall be borne by the contractor.

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DOCUMENTATION

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The following documents will be maintained by the Engineer-in-Charge/GE for cement supplied by the contractor in addition to the documents specified here-inbefore :(a) Photo copies vouchers of cement shall be kept in the concerned file of the contract in GE’s office, serially numbered on each page. Photo copies Test Certificate and Test Sheet should also be kept in the concerned file of the contract in the GE’s office duly numbered. Cement Acceptance Register as per Appendix ‘A’ & ‘B’. In/Out Register for Cement as per Appendix ‘C’. Register containing results of independent and additional testing by GE. (f) Register containing records of surprise checks by Board of Officers. (g) Inspection Register.

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The contractor shall submit original purchase vouchers for the total quantity of cement supplied under each consignment to be incorporated in the work. All consignments received at the work site shall be inspected by the GE alongwith the relevant documents to ensure the requirements as mentioned hereinbefore, before acceptance. The original purchase vouchers and the test certificates shall be verified for subject contract and defaced by the Engineer-in-Charge and photo copies of same shall be kept on record in the office of the Garrison Engineer duly authenticated and with cross reference to the consignment/control number recorded in the Cement Acceptance Register. The cement acceptance register shall be signed by the Junior Engineer (Civil), Engineer-in-Charge, GE and the contractor. The CWE will personally check the documents concerned with cement periodically at least once in a month and record of these checks will be kept in the cement Acceptance Registers. The contractor shall maintain schedule of supply of cement for each consignment.

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TEST BY BOARD OF OFFICERS AND CHECK OF DOCUMENTS The CWE may order a Board of Officers at following different stages of work for conducting random check of cement or verification of connected documents : (a) (b)

Beginning of the project i.e on receipt of first lot. As and when make/source of cement is changed. The GE will intimate to the CWE when the above quantity of the cement is received at site of work for ordering the requisite Board of Officers. Due to administrative reasons if there is a delay in ordering BOO the same will not affect the progress of work at any stage. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- .10

STORAGE/ACCOUNTING/PRESERVATION OF CEMENT

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Cement shall be stored in bulk silos or in covered go-down over dry platform at least 20cm high in such a manner as to prevent deterioration due to moisture or intrusion of foreign matter. In case of store room, the stack should be at-least 60cm away from floors and walls. Different lots of cement received will be stacked separately displaying the control number and date of receipt of cement. It will be ensured that the tested and untested cement are segregated and stored with distinct identification. For proper accounting and control of cement brought by contractor a double lock system in the contractor’s cement go-down will be followed. The stacking of cement shall be done as specified in relevant IS. The storage, accounting and preservation of cement supplied by the contractor shall be done as per standard engineer practice till the same is incorporated in the work and the cost of the same shall be deemed to be included in the unit rate/amount quoted by the tenderer. The Engineer-in-Charge shall inspect once a day to verify that cement lying at site is stored, accounted, preserved and maintained as per the norms. The cement shall be stored so as to differentiate each tested and untested consignment separately with distinct identification. If the GE is not satisfied with the storage/preservation of cement, he may order for any test(s) of cement as applicable for that consignment to ensure its conformity to the quality mentioned in the manufacturer’s test certificate. The contractor shall bear the cost of necessary testing(s) in this regard and no claim whatsoever shall be entertained.

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Stacking of cement shall be done as per relevant IS and as under :(a) Each cement consignment shall be stacked separately and shall be issued to work on the basis of ‘First come First go”. (b) Adequate top cover will be provided. (c) Stacks in no case shall be higher than 12 bags. The maximum width of each stack shall be 3.00 m. If the stack is to be more than 7 or 8 bags high, the bags shall be arranged in header and stretcher fashion, i.e, alternatively lengthwise and crosswise so as to tie the piles together and avoid danger of toppling over. (d) Adequate space shall be kept between two stacks.

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Cement go-down shall be provided with two locks on each door. The key of one lock at each door shall remain with the Engineer-in-Charge or his representative and that of the other lock with the contractor’s authorised agent at site of works so that cement is removed from the go-down only according to daily requirement with the knowledge of both the parties. During the period of storage, if any cement bag(s) found to be in damaged condition due to whatsoever reasons, the same shall be removed from the cement go-down on written orders of the GE and suitable replacement for the cement bag(s) so removed shall be made and no claims whatsoever shall be admissible on this account.

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Cement shall be taken out from the store only according to daily requirement with the knowledge of both parties and daily consumption of cement shall be recorded in cement consumption register which shall be signed by the Engineer-in-Charge and the contractor. The cement consumption for the work shall be worked out based on actual requirement at site through a Board convened for the purpose including a representative from the contractor. The design mix approved shall not be changed unless a fresh design mix is made due to change of source and quality of material.

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In case the consumption of cement as per cement consumption register is found to be more than the estimated quantity of cement due to whatsoever reason, the contractor shall not have any claim, whatsoever, for such excess consumption of cement.

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SCHEDULE OF SUPPLY The contractor shall procure the cement timely as required in accordance with CPM chart agreed between GE and the contractor. The contractor will forfeit his right to demand extension of time if the supply of cement got delayed due to his failure in placing order in time to the manufacturer.

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MEASUREMENTS AND PAYMENT OF CEMENT The entire quantity of cement shall also be suitably recorded in the Measurement Book for record purposes as ‘Not to be abstracted’ before incorporation in the work and shall be signed by the Engineer-in-Charge and the contractor.

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RELEASE OF PAYMENT The payment shall only be allowed after production of original purchase vouchers, certified copies of test certificates from manufacturer for each consignment and results of testing carried out in laboratory on receipt of cement (7 days compressive test) are found satisfactory after testing as specified hereinbefore and taking action on points enumerated in para --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- .4 here-in-before and completing the documents in this regard as mentioned in para --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- .6. Cement shall be paid as material lying at site as per condition 64 of IAFW-2249. ACCEPTANCE/REJECTION OF CEMENT The contractor will keep a separate stack of cement brought at site for inspection, away from the accepted lot of cement. In case the new lot is rejected by the GE it will be removed from the site within 24 hours, at the cost of the contractor. The cement may be rejected if it does not comply with any of the requirement as per relevant IS codes. The cement should be weighed and each bag shall be of nominal average net mass of 50 Kgs. The tolerance on weight of the cement shall be as per the relevant IS Codes.

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... CEMENT SUPPLY/ACCEPTANCE REGISTER CA No & Name of Work Control No* Name of Manufacture/Brand Name/Gde of Cement (A) Manufacture____ (b) Brand ____ (c) Grade______ Qty of cement & lot No/Week No (in Bags) : (Qty _____ (b) Lot No/Week No ____ Manufacturer’s test certificates No __________ Random Test Details (a) Physical test report from _______ vide their letter No ______ (Name of approved Lab/Engg College) (b) Chemical test report from _____ vide their letter No ______(Name of approved Lab/Engg College) Details of Physical & Chemical properties Physical Requirements (As per IS 4031

Chlorides (%)

Alkailes (%)

Loss on ignition (%)

Engineer-in-Charge

Sulphuric Anhydride (%)

Magnesium (%)

Insoluble Residue (%)

Factor

Remarks with Signature Accepted/Rejected Contractor Junior Engineer Engineer Remarks of BOO/Inspecting Officer/CWE *To be allotted serially by GE consignment wise.

Alumina iron Ratio (Ratio)

Lime Saturation (Ratio)

Standard Consistency (%)

Temp during testing 0C

Time

28 Days

Setting

time

07 Days

Final

Setting

03 Days

Initial

Soundness by Auto Clave

A per random test certificate

Soundness by Le Chateliar

As per manufact urer’s test certificate

Specific Surface (M2/Kg)

As per relevant IS

Compre ssive strengt h

Chemical Requirements (As per IS 4032

Garrison

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... IN/OUT CEMENT REGISTER Sl No

Date

Cement IN

Cement OUT

Qty Balance (In Bags)

Signature

Rema rks

Qty Contro Qty Reasons Age of Contr AGE (In l No. (In Bags) * cement -actor /GE Bags) (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (j) (k) (l) *NOTE : The following reasons may be mentioned for taking out cement from store : (a) For testing purpose (b) For use in work (c) Rejected cement taken out of site --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Aggregate shall conform to IS-383. Aggregate shall be non-porus, hard, strong, durable, clean and free from various impurities and adherent coating and shall not contain any deleterious material exceeding the limits specified in the above referred IS. When required by Engineer-in-Charge, the contractor shall at his own expense, arrange to carryout any test laid down in IS-383 to verify that the aggregate comply with the requirements of the IS. The tests shall be carried out in the laboratory set up by the contractor. However before approval of sample or change in source (located in same station), grading and quality of aggregates, GE shall get the aggregates tested in the lab approved by the accepting officer. The cost of all such tests shall be borne by the contractor. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =--

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Coarse aggregate shall consist of crushed stone aggregate. The maximum size and the grading of the coarse aggregates shall be as specified. Fine aggregate shall be of approved river sand/naturally occurring coarse sand and shall conform to zone II or zone III of table IV of IS-383 as approved by the GE. Samples of the aggregate proposed to be used shall be approved by the GE prior to bulk delivery of the same at site of work. Field tests for determining the contents of silt, loam, clay etc., for fine aggregate shall be carried out by contractor as per directions of the Engineer-in-Charge from time to time to ensure that materials brought to site are in conformity with the samples approved by the GE. VIBRATORY TYPE SAND SCREENER

--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- .1 The sand to be used in work shall be screened by using vibratory type sand screener of capacity (dry sand) 20-22 cum/hour driven by suitable capacity motor. The screener will have eccentric vibrator having capacity 1500 vibrations per minute. The screen size for these screens shall not be more than 09mm. The screener will have two MS wheels for easy mobility. Vibratory type sand screener manufactured by M/S Universal Sales Corporation, Universal House, Warje Jakat Naka, Kothrud, Pune 411029 (Tele No 5231150) or a similar equipment manufactured by any other company capable of giving rated output will be acceptable.

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GRADING OF COARSE AGGREGATE

7.1.3. 1

Graded aggregate of nominal sizes given here under, shall be used, unless specified otherwise, in the specifications here in after :(a) All reinforced cement concrete :- Unless otherwise shown on drawing, the size of aggregate shall be as per IS-456, but in no case more than 20mm graded aggregate.

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Water. Water shall conform to the requirement stipulated in IS 456 and as per Clause 4.9 of MES Schedule. IMPORTANT REQUIREMENT OF REINFORCED CEMENT CONCRETE / PLAIN CEMENT CONCRETE (i) All the materials, workmanship, inspection and testing for the cement concrete shall be as per requirements given in IS-456-2000. (ii) The contractor shall provide all facilities for casting, curing and testing at site laboratory established by the contractor as laid down in IS-456-2000 at no extra cost to Government. (iii) Engineer-in-Charge shall maintain a record of actual consumption of cement in proper register (other than the cement register mentioned in special condition) for all design mix and initial the entry for every change in quality of cement bag.

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All cement concrete, both plain and reinforced shall be mixed in mechanical mixer of Hopper type. However, in case of small quantity (i.e) the quantity of concrete required being less than one batch of mix, the contractor may, after obtaining written permission of the Engineer-in-charge, be allowed hand mixing without any price adjustment. Where hand mixing is permitted, it shall be carried out on a water tight platform and care shall be taken to ensure that mixing is continued until the concrete is uniform in colour and consistency. However, all design mix concrete shall be weigh batched and volumetric conversion will not be permitted.

COMPACTION --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- .1 Concrete should be thoroughly compacted and fully worked around the reinforcement, embedded fixtures and into corner of the form work. For slab of thickness upto 150mm, screed vibrator (surface vibrator) shall be used for effective compaction. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =--

BATCHING AND MIXING OF CONCRETE

--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- .1 The proportion of cement, aggregates and water for concrete shall be as per the approved design mix. The concrete shall be produced in a ‘Automatic BatchingCum Mixing Plant’ --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- .2 All concrete for RCC work shall be consolidated/compacted by mechanical vibrators of approved type (Plate type for slabs and needle type in other locations). Plain cement concrete may however, be rammed and consolidated by tamping and rodding as specified in MES Schedules.

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... 7.1.6

DESIGN MIX CONCRETE FOR RCC WORKS

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Wherever design mix concrete is specified, the same shall be provided as per the Grade of concrete specified in Sch ‘A’ :(a) The mix shall be designed as per recommended guide lines for concrete design mix as per IS. Adequate number of trial mixes shall be carried out at the commencement of the work to decide the proportion for the grade of the concrete and yield. The initial mix design particulars alongwith all the connected documents shall be submitted to the CWE for approval. The work on ground shall not be progressed until approval of design mix by the CWE (AF) Maharajpur. However work may be commenced if the results of 7 days test are satisfactory and the contractor undertake to redo the work at “No extra cost to Government” in the event of unsatisfactory results after 28 days test. Subsequent design mix due to change in aggregate or for any other reasons shall however be approved by the CWE. (b) The mix design shall be got done from any IIT/SEMT Pune/CRRI New Delhi /any NIT/reputed Engineering College approved by CWE. (c) Adequate number of tests at regular intervals shall be carried out to ascertain the properties of materials. In case of variation in grading of aggregate noticed at any point of time the same shall be made good by suitably blending of different sizes of aggregates wherever possible. If this is not feasible the mix design shall be changed immediately before carrying out further work. (d) To ensure adequate control and consistency of the properties of materials incorporated in concrete as per initial mix design, the materials shall be got tested at lab approved by CWE at the intervals as decided by GE. (e)

Cost of all such testing charges are to be borne by the contractor.

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The minimum cement content of (design mix) shall be not less than 330 Kg per cubic metre of concrete for the durability factor for moderate exposure.

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PRICING FOR DESIGN MIX CONCRETE M-25 AND QUANTITY OF CEMENT

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Minimum cement content for design mix concrete M-25 shall be 330 Kg/cum for moderate exposure conditions in terms of IS 456-2000. However the actual cement content to be used should be as per mix design. No adjustment in rates/prices shall be made in case of variation in the quantity of cement beyond 330 kg/cum based on design mix and contractors quoted rates shall be deemed to include for such variations if any. Similarly no adjustment due to any variations in quantity of coarse and fine aggregate shall also be carried out. Before quoting the rates the contractor should carry out his own evaluation of specified design mix and quote his rates accordingly. To optimise the design mix the contractor may use ISI marked admixtures as per IS 9103-99 (Rev) without any extra cost to the Govt. Nothing extra shall be payable on this account.

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TESTING

--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- .1 Tests of concrete cubes shall be carried out as laid down in IS-456-2000 as specified. The cost of all materials and labour for casting and curing the requisite number of cubes shall be borne by the contractor and testing shall be carried out in the site lab established by the contractor. 8

DRY LEAN CONCRETE(M-15 GRADE DESIGN MIX)

8.1

The work shall consist of construction of dry lean concrete sub-base for cement concrete pavement in accordance with the requirements of these specifications and in conformity with the lines, grades and cross-sections shown on the drawings or as directed by the GE. The work shall include furnishing of all plant and equipment, materials and labour and performing all operations, in connection with the work, as approved by the GE.

8.2

The design parameters of dry lean concrete sub-base, viz., width, thickness, grade of concrete, details of joints, if any, etc shall be as specified and shown in drawing.

8.3 MATERIALS 8.3.1 SOURCE OF MATERIALS : The contractor shall submit the sample of materials indicating source of GE with relevant test data to be used in the lean concrete work sufficiently in advance and the approval of the GE for the same shall be obtained at least 15 days before the scheduled commencement of work of laying dry lean concrete. If the contractor later proposes to obtain the materials from a different source, he shall notify the GE for his approval at least 15 days before such materials are to be used. In no case materials shall be used at site without written approval of GE. 8.3.2 CEMENT. Cement as specified here-in-before shall be procured by the contractor as specified. In case the sub grade is found to consist of soluble sulphates in a concentration more than 0.5 percent, cement used shall be sulphate resistant and shall conform to IS 6909. 8.3.3 AGGREGATES. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Aggregates for lean concrete shall be natural material comply with IS : 383. The aggregates shall not be alkali reactive. The limits of deleterious materials shall not exceed the requirements set out in IS : 383. In case the Engineer-in-Charge considers that the aggregates are not free from dirt, the same may be washed and drained for a least 72 hours before batching , as directed by the Engineer-in-Charge. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- COARSE AGGREGATE. Coarse aggregate shall consist of clean, hard, strong, dense, non-porous and durable pieces of crushed stone or crushed gravel and shall be devoid of pieces of disintegrated stone, soft, flaky, elongated, very angular or splintery pieces. The maximum size of the coarse aggregate shall be 25mm. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- FINE AGGREGATE : The fine aggregate shall consist of clean, natural sand and shall conform to IS : 383. Fine aggregate shall be free from soft particles, clay, shale, loam, cemented particles, mica, organic and other foreign matter.

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- .1 The coarse and fine aggregates may be obtained in either of the following manner :(i) In separate nominal sizes of coarse and fine aggregates and mixed together intimately before use. (ii) Separately as 25mm nominal single size, 12.5mm nominal size graded aggregates and fine aggregate of crushed stone dust or sand or a combination of these two. The materials after blending shall conform to the grading as indicated in following table. AGGREGATE GRADATION FOR DRY LEAN CONCRETE Sieve Designation 26.50mm 19.00mm 9.50mm 4.75mm 600.00micron 75.00micron

Percentage passing the sieve by weight 100 80-100 55-75 35-60 10-35 0-8

8.3.4 WATER : Water used for mixing and curing of concrete shall be clean and free from injurious amount of oil, salt, acid, vegetable matter or other substances harmful to the finished concrete. It shall meet the requirement stipulated in IS : 456. 8.3.5 STORAGE OF MATERIALS: All efforts must be made to store the materials in proper places so as to prevalent their deterioration or contamination by foreign matter and to ensure their satisfactory quality and fitness for use in the work. The storage place must also permit easy inspection, removal and storage of materials. All such materials even though stored in approved go downs must be subjected to acceptance test immediately prior to their use. 8.3.6 PROPORTIONING OF MATERIALS FOR THE MIX --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- The mix shall be proportioned with a maximum aggregate cement ratio of 15:1. The water contents shall be adjusted to the optimum as specified here-in-after for facilitating compaction by rolling. The strength and density requirements of concrete shall be determined in accordance with clause --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- here in after by making trial mixes. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- MOISTURE CONTENT : The right amount of water for the lean concrete shall be decided so as to ensure full compaction under rolling and shall be assessed at the time of rolling the trial length. Too much water will cause the lean concrete to be heaving up before the wheels and picked up on the wheels of the roller and too little will lead to inadequate compaction, a low in situ strength and an open textured surface.

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- .1 The optimum water content shall be determined and demonstrated by rolling during trial length construction and the optimum moisture content and degree of compaction shall be got approved from the GE. While laying in the main work, the lean concrete shall have a moisture content between the optimum and optimum + 2 percent, keeping in view the effectiveness of compaction achieved and to compensate for evaporation losses. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- CEMENT CONTENT: The minimum cement content in the lean concrete shall not be less than 250 kg/cu.m of concrete. If this minimum cement content is not sufficient to produce concrete of the specified strength, it shall be increased as necessary without additional cost/compensation to the contractor. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- CONCRETE STRENGTH: The design mix complying with the above clauses shall be got approved from the GE and demonstrated in the trail length construction. The DLC (M-15 grade design Mix) shall be tested all as specified in IS:456(2000). 8.4

CONSTRUCTION

8.4.1 GENERAL: The pace and programme of the lean concrete sub-base construction shall be matching suitably with the programme of construction of cement concrete over it. The sub-base shall be overlaid with cement concrete pavement only after 7 days after sub-base construction. 8.4.2 BATCHING AND MIXING : The batching plant shall be capable of proportioning the materials by weight each type of material being weighed separately. The cement from bulk stock shall be weighed separate from the aggregates. The capacity of batching and mixing plant shall be at least 25 percent higher than the proposed capacity for laying arrangements. The batching and mixing shall be carried out preferably in a forced action central batching and mixing plant having necessary automatic controls to ensure accurate proportioning and mixing. Other types of mixers shall be permitted subject to demonstration of their satisfactory performance during the trial length. The type and capacity of the plant shall be approved by GE before commencement of the trial length. The weighing balances shall calibrated by weighing the aggregates, cement, water and admixtures physically either by weighing with large weighing machine or in a weigh bridge. The accuracy of weighing scales of the batching plant shall be within +2 percent in the case of aggregates and + 1 percent in the case of cement and water. The design features of batching plant should be such that the shifting operations of the plant will not take very long time when they are to be shifted from place to place with the progress of the work. 8.4.3 TRANSPORTING. Plant mixed lean concrete shall be discharged immediately from the mixer, transported directly to the point where it is to be laid and protected from the weather by covering the tippers/dumpers with tarpaulin during transit. The concrete shall be transported by tipping trucks, sufficient in number to ensure a continuous supply of material to feed the laying equipment to work at a uniform speed and in an uninterrupted manner. The lead of the batching plant to paving site shall be such that the travel time available from mixing to paving as specified.

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... 8.4.4 PLACING : Dry lean concrete shall be laid/placed with mechanical paver. The equipment shall be suitable of laying the material in one layer in an even manner without segregation, so that after compaction the total thickness is as specified. The paving machine shall have high amplitude tamping bars to give good initial compaction to the sub-base. 8.4.5

COMPACTION

--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- The compaction shall be carried out immediately after the material is laid and leveled. In order to ensure thorough compaction which is essential, rolling shall be continued on the full width till there is no further visible movement under the roller and the surface is closed. The minimum dry density obtained shall be 97 percent of that achieved during the trial length construction as specified here-in-after. The densities achieved at the edges i.e 0.5m from the edge shall not be less than 95 percent of that achieved during the trial construction vide clause as specified hereinafter.

--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- The spreading, compacting and finishing of the lean concrete shall be carried out as rapidly as possible and the operation shall be so arranged as to ensure that the time between the mixing of the first batch of concrete in any transverse section of the layer and the final finishing of the same shall not exceed 90 minutes when the concrete temperature is above 25 and below 30 degree Celsius and 120 minutes if less than 25 degree Celsius. This period may be reviewed by the Engineer-in-Charge in the light of the results of the trial run but in no case shall it exceed 2 hours. Work shall not process when the temperature of concrete exceeds 30 degree Celsius. If necessary, chilled water or addition of ice may be resorted to for bringing down the temperature. It is desirable to stop concreting when the ambient temperature is above 35 degree Celsius. After compaction has been completed, roller shall not stand on the compacted surface for the duration of the curing period except during commencement of next day's work near the location where work was terminated the previous day. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Double drum smooth wheeled vibratory roller of minimum 80 to 100 KN static weight are considered to be suitable for rolling dry lean concrete. In case any other roller is proposed, the same shall be got approved from the GE, after demonstrating its performance. The number of passes required to obtain maximum compaction depends on the thickness of the lean concrete, the compatibility of the mix, and the weight and type of roller etc, and the same as well as the total requirement of rollers for the job shall be determined during trial run by measuring the in situ density and the scale of the work to be undertaken. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- In addition to the number of passes required for compaction there shall be a preliminary pass without vibration to bed the lean concrete down and again a final pass without vibration to remove roller marks and to smoothen the surface. Special care and attention shall be exercised during compacting near joints, kerbs, channels, side forms and around gullies and manholes,. In case adequate compaction is not achieved by the roller at these points, use of plate vibrator shall be made, if so directed by the Engineer-in-Charge.

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- The final lean concrete surface on completion of compaction and immediately before overlaying, shall be well closed, free from movement under roller and free from ridges, low spots, cracks, loose material, pot holes, ruts and other defects. The final surface shall be inspected immediately on completion and all loose, segregated or defective areas shall be corrected by using fresh lean concrete material laid and compacted as per specification. For repairing honeycombed surfaces, concrete with aggregates of size 10 mm and below shall be spread and compacted. It is necessary to check the level of the rolled surface for compliance. Any level/thickness deficiency should be corrected after applying concrete with aggregates of size 10 mm and below after roughening the surface. Similarly the surface regularity also should be checked with 3 m straight edge. The deficiency should be made up with concrete with aggregates of size 10 mm and below. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Segregation of concrete in the dumpers shall be controlled by premixing each fraction of the aggregates, by moving the dumper back and forth while discharging the mix on it and other means. Even paving operation shall be such that the mix does not segregate. 8.4.6 CURING: As soon as the lean concrete is compacted, curing shall commence. Curing shall be done by covering the surface by gunny bags/Hessian cloth, which shall be kept continuously moist for 7 days by sprinkling water. 8.4.7 TRIAL MIXES --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- The contractor shall make trial mixes of dry lean concrete with moisture contents like 5.0, 5.5, 6.0, 6.5 and 7.0 per cent using cement content specified and the specified aggregate grading but without violating the requirement of aggregate cement ratio specified in clause 5.31 here-in-before. Optimum moisture and density shall be established by preparing cubes with varying moisture contents. Compaction of the mix shall be done in three layers with vibratory hammer fitted with a square or rectangular foot. After establishing the optimum moisture, a set of six cubes shall be cast at that moisture for determination of compressive strength on the 3rd and the 7th day. Trial mixes shall be repeated if the strength is not satisfactory either by increasing cement content or using higher grade of cement. After the mix design is approved, the Contractor shall construct a trial section in accordance with clause 8.4.8 here-in-after. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- If during the construction of the trial length , the optimum moisture content determined as above is found to be unsatisfactory , the contractor may make suitable changes in the moisture contents to achieve a satisfactory mix. The cube specimens prepared with the changed moisture content should satisfy the strength requirement. Before production of the mix, natural moisture content of the aggregate should be determined on a day-to-day basis so that the moisture content could be adjusted. The mix finally designed should neither stick to the rollers nor become too dry resulting in raveling of surface.

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... 8.4.8 TRIAL LENGTH OF DLC --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- The trial length shall be constructed at least 14 days in advance of the proposed date of commencement of work. At least 30 days prior to the construction of the trial length, the contractor shall submit for the Garrison Engineer's approval a "Method Statement" giving detailed description of the proposed materials, plant , equipment, mix proportion, and procedure for batching, mixing, laying, compaction and other construction procedures. The Garrison Engineer shall also approve the location and length of trial construction. Trial length will be constructed as per clause 601.8 of MORTH Specifications off Roads & Bridge Works(Fifth Edition) and references thereof. The trial length shall contain the construction of at least one transverse construction joint involving hardened concrete and freshly laid sub-base. The construction of trail length will be repeated till the Contractor proves his ability to satisfactorily construct the sub base. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- In order to determine and demonstrate the optimum moisture content which results in the maximum dry density of the mix compacted by the rolling equipment and the minimum cement content that is necessary to achieve the required strength, trial mixes shall be prepared as per clause 8.4.7 here-in-before. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- After construction of trial length, the in-situ density of the freshly laid materials shall be determined by sand replacement method with 20 cm dia density cone. Three density holes shall be made at location equally spaced along a diagonal that bisects the trial length; average of these density shall be determined. These main density holes shall not be made in strip 50 cm from the edges. The average density obtained from the three samples collected shall be the reference density and is considered as 100 percent. The field density of regular work will be compared with these reference density in accordance with clause --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- . A few cores may be cut as per the instruction of the GE to check segregation or any deficiency. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- The hardened concrete shall be cut over 3 m width and reversed to inspect the bottom surface for any segregation taking place. The trial length shall be constructed after making necessary changes in the gradation of the mix to eliminate segregation of mix. The lower surface shall not have any honey combing and the aggregates shall not be held loosely at the edges. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- The trial length shall be outside the main works. The main work shall not start until the trial length has been approved by the GE. After approval has been given, the materials, mix proportion, moisture content, mixing, laying, compaction plant and construction procedure shall not be changed without the approval of GE. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- DLC layer will be laid/constructed in a manner that it is at least 600 mm wider than the propsed width of PQC on both sides. Cost of extra width is deemed to be included in unit rates quoted by contractor and no deviation order will be admissible for the same.

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... 8.4.9

TRAFFIC

--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- No heavy commercial vehicles like trucks and buses shall be permitted on the lean concrete sub-base after it’s construction. Light vehicles if unavoidable may, however be allowed after 7 days of its construction with prior approval of GE. 8.4.10

The unit rate quoted by the contractor for dry lean concrete sub-base shall include carrying out the required operation including full compensation for all labour, materials and equipment, mixing, transport, placing, compacting, finishing, curing, testing and incidentals to complete the work as per specifications, all royalties, fees, storage and rents where necessary and all leads and lifts.

9.

PAVEMENT QUALITY CONCRETE

9.1

Pavement quality concrete shall be design mix concrete and shall have flexural strength of 45 Kg/cm2 (to be achieved in field) ,as per IS 456 -2000 and design mix with approved admixtures (if required necessary at contractor's option without any price adjustment) conforming to IS-9103 shall be permitted to be used. The total amount of chloride content in the admixture mixed concrete shall satisfy the requirement of IS 456-2000. The design criteria for pavement quality concrete will be flexural strength of 45 Kg/Sqcm to be achieved at site.

9.2

The concrete mix design with or without admixture shall be carried out by the contractor through one of the following laboratories test houses which will be approved by Garrison Engineer: (a) Any IIT (d) Any reputed NIT/Engineering (b) S E M T Pune College approved by CWE. (c) CRRI New Delhi

9.3

In case the laboratories are unable to carry out the requisite design / testing, the contractor shall have to get the same done from any other reputed recognized laboratory with prior approval of Garrison Engineer.

9.4

The various ingredients for mix design, laboratory tests shall be sent to the lab/test houses through the Engineer-in-Charge and the samples of such ingredients sent shall be preserved at site till completion of work or change in Design Mix whichever is earlier, The samples shall be taken from the approved materials, which are proposed to be used in the work.

9.5

The contractor shall submit the mix design report from approved laboratory for approval of CWE through GE within 30 days from the date of commencement of work as mentioned in work order No. 1 based on 07 days strength.

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... 9.6

The contractor shall make cubes and test beams of trial mixes as per approved mix design at site laboratory for all grades of concrete in presence of the Garrison Engineer using same ingredients as adopted for design mix, prior to commencement of concreting and get them tested in presence of Engineer- inCharge for 7 days and 28 days strength. For each design mix, a set of six cubes and six test beams shall be prepared from each of the three consecutive trial mixes. Three cubes and test beams from each set shall be tested at the age of 7 days and three cubes and test beams at the age of 28 days. The cubes and test beams shall be made, cured, transported and tested strictly in accordance with I S specification. The average strength of nine cubes and test beams at the age of 28 days shall exceed the specified target mean strength for which design mix has been approved. No concreting shall be done until the mix design is approved.

9.7

Tests shall be done at the site laboratory/ Command Test lab,Lucknow.

9.8

Water to be used for concreting shall be tested as per relevant IS standard.

9.9

For each change of source or quality/characteristic properties of the ingredients during the currency / progress of work, from that approved & used in the concrete mix , a fresh mix design shall be got done by the contractor. Revised trial mix test shall be conducted and shall be submitted by the contractor. In case of any unforeseen eventuality, alternate mix design for different quarry to be got approved in advance and kept ready as reserve to avoid delay.

9.10

The cost of packaging, sealing, transportation, loading, unloading cost of samples and the testing charges for mix design in all cases shall be borne by the contractor.

9.11

The mix design shall be done considering the degree of quality control as “high” (as mentioned in Table 1 of SSR (2009) Part-I) in all cases. The item of design mix cement concrete shall be inclusive of all the ingredients including admixtures if required, labour, machinery, T&P etc. including shuttering required for a design mix concrete of required strength and workability. The rate quoted by the contractor for the mix design items shall be net & nothing extra shall be payable on account of change in quantities of concrete ingredients like cement, sand, aggregates and admixtures etc. as per the approved mix design.

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9.12

9.13

The use of PPC / Fly ash / mineral based admixtures in design mix concrete shall not be permitted. Admixtures other than above are permitted.

9.14

Minimum cement content for required Concrete strength is 400 Kg/cum for pavement quality concrete. However in case quantity of cement used is more than 400 Kg/Cum or admixture (super plasticizer) is recommended to be used in design mix to achieve specified properties, the contractor shall provide increased quantity of cement including admixture if any and nothing extra shall be payable to the contractor on this account.

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... 9.15 9.15.1

9.15.2

PRODUCTION OF CONCRETE The concrete shall be produced in central batching and mixing plant installed at site producing at least 90 cum mixed concrete per hour. The site for installation for batching and mixing plant and storage of aggregate shall be as shown in the drawing attached/directed by the Engineer-in-Charge which shall be cleaned and prepared by the Contractor at his own cost. The batching plant shall be of fully-automatic type of standard make. A fully Automatic batcher shall be charged by devices which, when activated by a single starter switch will automatically start the weighing operation of each material and stop automatically when the designated weight of each material has been reached. A batching plant essentially shall consists of the following components : (i) Storage bins for different sizes of aggregates and cement. (ii) Batching equipment. (iii) Mixers. (iv) Control Panels (v) Mechanical material feeding and elevating arrangements Automatic Dosing of Attachment for usage of Fibre in Concrete Plant :- Concrete batching plant shall have attachment of automatic dosing(FIB-A model) of Recron fibre.The attachment is manufactured by M/s Autosys Engg(P) Ltd,Chennai.It is portable and shall have PLC panel control with feeding capacity of 0.6Kg-2.0Kg/Cum. The compartment of storage bins shall be approximately of equal size. The cement compartment shall be centrally located in the batching plant. It shall be water-tight and provided with necessary air vent, aeration fittings for proper flow of cement, emergency cement cut off gate. The aggregate and sand shall be charged by power operated centrally revolving chute. The entire plant from mixer floor upward shall be enclosed and insulated. The batch bins shall be constructed so as to be self cleansing during draw-down. The batch bins shall in general conform to the requirement of IS-4925.

9.15.3

The batching equipment shall be capable of determining and controlling the prescribed amounts of various constituent materials for concrete accurately i.e. water, cement, sand, individual size of coarse aggregates, etc.

9.15.4

The mixer in the batching plant shall be so arranged that mixing action in the mixers can be observed from the operator’s station. The mixer shall be equipped with a mechanically or electrically operated timing, signaling and metering device that will indicate and assure completion of the required mixing period. The mixer shall have all other components as specified in IS: 4925.

9.15.5

The batching, mixing plant and other accessories shall always be available at site and should be removed only on completion of work with the approval of Engineer-in-charge.

9.16

WORK STRENGTH TEST

9.16.1

TEST SPECIMEN Work strength test shall be conducted in accordance with IS : 516 on random sampling. Each test shall be conducted on six specimens, three of which shall be tested at 7 days and remaining three at 28 days. If required additional samples shall be prepared as per direction of Garrison Engineer for testing samples cured by accelerated method as described in IS : 9103.

9.16.2

FREQUENCY- The minimum frequency of sampling as per IRC / MORTH shall be followed.

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ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA (a) Acceptance of pavement quality concrete:Concrete shall only be accepted if it satisfies the following main conditions:(i) LCL of every lot (at least 30 samples) is not less than specified value (ii) Co efficient of variation is not greater than 10% (iii) Tolerance level factor is 1.5 (iv) There is no honey combing in the concrete For determination of LCL at least 3 beams for every slab will be cast and tested for flexure as per IS:516 of 1959. After at least 30 samples have been cast for slab laid in similar conditions their results should be tabulated and LCL determined as follows:_ LCL = X - t.v Where LCL = Lower control limit (minimum flexural strength) X = Mean flexural strength from the samples tested t = Tolerance level factor v = Standard deviation of the samples tested LCL so determined should not be less than specified value i.e. 45 Kg/Sqcm. Alongwith the beams, cubes will also be cast and tested for compression as IS:516 of 1959. The compressive strength will be tabulated alongwith the corresponding flexural strength to establish correlation between flexural and compressive strength. (b) Critical examination of test data:In case LCL of a lot is less, then the following procedure shall be adopted before core tests are undertaken:(i) Omit the slab having lowest average strength and revaluate the remaining test data of the samples. (ii) If the revaluated data conforms to the above acceptance criteria, accept the lot less the slab omitted. (iii) In case of unsatisfactory result, repeat the process by omitting the next lowest till all weak slabs are segregated for further testing by core cutting and the Part lot gets specified value. (c) Core Tests :In case the concrete fails in flexure test i.e the LCL is less than specified for a particular lot, then concrete shall not be rejected unless it also fails in core test. In core test, at least two cores of the same will be cut per slab. The crushing strength of this core is then determined. The crushing strength should not be less than 0.8 times the corresponding crushing strength of 15 cm cubes. The crushing strength determination will be as per IS:516 of 1959. In case the H/D ratio of the core is between 1 and 2, then the crushing strength of the cube will be reduced. The correction will be carried out as per the formulae given below:f = 0.11n + 0.78 Where f = correction factor n = H ratio D In case these concrete fails the flexure (LCL) test, but is found satisfactory is core test, it shall be accepted as the core test takes the precedence over the flexure test, However, in case the concrete fails both flexure as well as core test then it shall be rejected and replaced.

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MIX PROPORTION AND STRENGTH

9.17.1

It shall be all as specified in PS clause 10.5 here in after.

9.18

PAVEMENT UNIFORMITY The finished cement concrete pavement surface shall be such that when tested with 3m long straight edge placed any where within the same or adjoining slab in any direction on the surface, there is no gap greater than 3 mm between the bottom of the surface of pavement. Surface irregularity exc 3mm but not greater than 6 mm may be rectified by bump cutting or scrabbling or grinding using approved equipment. When required by the GE, areas which have been reduced in level by the above operations shall be retextured in an approved manner either by cutting grooves (5 mm deep) or roughening the surface by hacking the surface. If high areas in excess 6 mm or low areas in excess of 3 mm occur, if the contractor cannot rectify, the slab shall be demolished and reconstructed at the contractor’s expense and in no case the area removed shall be less than the full width of the lane in which the irregularities occurs and full length of the slab.If deemed necessary by the GE, any section of the slabs, which deviates from the specified levels and tolerances, panel between construction/dummy/expansion joints shall be demolished and reconstructed at the contractor’s expense.

10.

PRODUCTION OF PAVEMENT QUALITY CONCRETE

10.1

Pavement quality concrete (design mix) shall be produced using fully automatic Central Batching & Mixing Plant installed at site.

10.2

MATERIAL FOR PAVEMENT QUALITY CONCRETE

10.2.1

CEMENT

--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Cement required shall be all as specified in PS clause 7.1.1 to --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- .3 here in before. 10.2.2

AGGREGATES

--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Aggregates shall be as specified here-in-after in clause 10.2.4. The maximum size of coarse aggregates shall , however, be 40 mm. 10.2.3

HANDLING OF AGGREGATE

--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Stock piles shall be made immediately on supply of aggregate at the site of work. Aggregate of each nominal size shall be stacked separately. For fine aggregate, separate stacks shall be made. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Aggregate shall be stacked on a hard surface so as to exclude the possibility of soil or grass being got mixed up. When stacks are in close proximity, the stock piles shall be separated by bulk heads. Special care shall be taken to clean and wash the bottom layer of aggregate in contact with ground surface, before use.

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- Before batching, the aggregate shall be stocked/piled for at least 24 hours to allow for drainage of water, if any. Contractor shall make adequate provision for stock piling work taking into account the availability of supplies and rate of delivery, etc and he shall include in his tender for necessary double handling and transportation of materials from stock piles to mixing plant etc. 10.2.4 GRADING OF AGGREGATE FOR FINAL MIX --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- The grading of single size aggregate shall be in accordance with IS-383 of 1970 and shall conform to the following gradings :IS SIEVE % PASSING FOR SINGLE SIZED AGGREGATE FOR NOMINAL SIZE Sieve/size 40mm 20mm 80mm 63mm 100 40mm 85-100 100 20mm 0-20 85-100 16mm 12.5mm 10mm 0-5 0-20 4.75mm 0-5 2.36mm -

16mm

12.5mm

100 85-100 0-30 0-5 -

100 85-100 0-45 0-10 -

10mm 100 85-100 0-20 0-5

10.2.5

Aggregate shall be stored in single size in separate bins or piles on area covered with lightly laid wooden planks, sheet metal or hard clean surfaces, which shall be self draining. IS SIEVE % PASSING BY WEIGHT 10mm 100 4.75mm 90-100 2.36mm 75-100 1.18mm 55-90 600 Micron 35.59 300 Micron 8-30 150 Micron 0-10

10.2.7

The grading of coarse and fine aggregate to be used in the work shall be determined. The coarse aggregate and fine aggregate shall be mixed in suitable proportion so that the grading of the mix shall be in the range indicated in the following table for each size of IS Sieve. IS SIEVE

% PASSING BY WEIGHT

31.5mm 26.5mm 19mm

100 85-95 68-88

4.75mm 2.36mm

45-65 30-55

600 Micron 150 Micron

8-30 5-15

75 Micron

0-5

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... 10.2.8

The sieve analysis test of the mixed aggregate shall be carried out at random and results recorded to ensure that the grading lies within the specified percentage for each size as given above. The proportioning of coarse and fine aggregate require adjustment in case it does not satisfy this grading for any subsequent change in grading the contractor shall have no claim whatsoever on this account.

10.3

WATER Water shall be all as specified in PS Clause 7.1.4 here in before.

10.4

TEST ON CONSTITUENT MATERIALS OF CONCRETE ( PQC) Test shall be carried out as laid down hereinafter.

10.5

MIX PROPORTION AND STRENGTH

10.5.1

The strength of pavement quality concrete shall be as specified here in after : (a)

The strength to be achieved

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(b) (c) (d)

Aggregate/cement ratio by weight Water/Cement ratio Slump for concrete

-

Not less than 45 kg per Sq cm flexural strength for pavement quality concrete As per Mix Design As per Mix Design Not more than 25 mm + 10mm

(e)

Compacting factor test

-

0.78 + 0.02 for PQC

(f) (g)

Co-efficient of variation Degree of quality control

-

(h) (i) 10.6 10.6.1

10.6.2

10% high (for PQC), very good (except PQC) Exposure - Moderate The design mix shall be carried out without adding synthetic fibers.

TRIAL MIX At the time of tendering, the contractor after taking into account the type of aggregate, plant and method of laying concrete he intends to use/adopt, shall allow in his tender for aggregate/and water cement ratio which he considers will achieve the strength required specified. As soon as possible after receiving the order to commence work, the contractor shall make trial mixes to satisfy the Engineer-in-Charge that the strength specified is obtained.

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... 10.6.3

From approved design mix, nine numbers of preliminary test beams and 9 cubes shall be made and tested in accordance with IS-516 and IS-1199, for the flexural strength and compressive strength. For compaction in moulds for beams, the following procedure shall be adopted. The test specimens shall be made as soon as practicable after mixing and in such a way as to produce full compaction of the concrete with neither segregations nor excessive laitance. The concrete shall be filled in the mould in layers of 5 cm. While filling the scoop shall be moved around the top edge of the mould to distribute the concrete uniformly. Each layer of concrete shall be compacted fully by the use of the tapping bar/vibrator all as per IS-516. The number of strokes per layer required to produce the specified condition will vary according to the type of concrete, but in no case shall the concrete be subjected to less than 15 strokes per layer for 10 cm specimens. The strokes shall penetrate into the underlying layer and the bottom layer shall be rodded through out its depth. Three of these beams shall be tested at seven days (i.e., on the 8th day) from the date of casting and another set of three beams at 28 days (i.e., 29th day) from the date of casting. The remaining three beams shall be preserved by the Garrison Engineer for one year after certified date of completion of the work for any subsequent check. The test after 7 days (ie on the 8th day) is intended only to give early indication of the strength likely to be achieved. The strength achieved should be 70 to 75% of the 28 days strength specified hereinbefore. In case the strength achieved is less than 75% the mix shall be suitably re-designed.

10.6.4

The acceptance criteria for the design mix for RCC works shall be all as per IS456 : 2000 and as approved by the GE. Acceptance criteria for PQC shall be as per clause 9.16.3 of PS.

10.6.5

Whenever there is any change in the types of grading or material or change in quality of cement or method of laying etc., the tests as enumerated above shall again be conducted for ascertaining the suitable design mix for obtaining the specified flexural strength.

10.6.6

On the results of the above tests, the mix actually to be used shall be agreed to and approved by the Garrison Engineer. The approval of Garrison Engineer shall not relieve the contractor of his responsibility for obtaining the required minimum strength of the quality concrete in the works.

10.6.7

All tests recorded in support of mix design shall be maintained as Schedule 'A' of the records under the contract.

10.6.8

NON CIRCULAR/TRIANGULAR SYNTHETIC FIBRE

--= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =--

Non circular/Triangular synthetic fibre Recron “3 S” type CT-2012 (12 mm) having tensile strength 4000-6000 Kg/Sqcm and melting point>2500C marketed by Reliance Industries Limited, Regd office : Maker chambers iv, 3rd Floor, 222, Nariman point, Mumbai-400021, India Tele : (022) 2847471, 2847484, Fax (022) 2852213/14 : Email : Recron 3 [email protected] or any of their authorized dealer.

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TESTING OF NON CIRCULAR/TRIANGULAR SYNTHETIC FIBRE The contractor shall submit manufacturer’s test certificate in original for verification of GE/Engineer-in-Charge. One copy of defaced Test Certificate shall be kept by GE for record please.

10.6.8. 3

10.7

Besides manufacturer’s Test Certificate at least 3 sample from each lot (brought at site) selected randomly will be got tested for tensile strength and melting point independently by GE from any IIT/SEMT Wing Pune/National Testing House or any other lab specially approved by the Accepting Officer in writing. TRIAL LENGTH OF PQC

10.7.1

Before commencement of the work trial bays of 60 m length X full width of paver and of the same thickness as that of the proposed runway area using the approved concrete mix shall be laid by the contractor at his expense at a suitable place, as soon as possible before the actual concrete work is commenced. The method of mixing, spreading and compacting shall be the same as laid down in CA and planned to be adopted by contractor.

10.7.2

At least three cores shall be cut when the concrete is seven days old in order to determine the degree of compaction achieved. Alternatively the concrete shall be broken and cut by pneumatic hammer or a pickaxe and saw. Should any of these cores or the cut portions show honey combing in the concrete, a further trial bay shall be laid after improving the techniques of spreading and compaction and shall be tested as before. Further trial bays as necessary shall be laid and degree of compaction tested as before until the spreading and compacting has been so improved, that the cores of cut portions do not show honey combing.

10.7.3

The contractor shall produce the specified surface finish ie., broom finish in trial bays for approval by the Garrison Engineer. This approved surface finish is thereafter to be reproduced uniformly throughout the concrete pavement. The joint cutting trials shall also be done on trail slab starting 24 hours after completion of trails slab and with 04 hours interval so as to finalized the joint cutting time in actual work.

10.7.4

Actual concreting for the pavement work shall conform to the method of mixing, spreading, compacting, finishing as adopted in the finally approved trial bay.

10.7.5

No extra payment shall be made for the above. The unit rates quoted by the tenderer under Schedule 'A' ‘A’ shall include for the same.

10.8 10.8.1

FORM WORK Form work for PQC shall Slip form paver as described in Schedule A. Use of slip form paver with independent units designed to spread, consolidate, screed, float finish and texture the freshly placed concrete in one complete pass of the machine is mandatory for the work. Paver shall be equipped with electronic sensor and controlled to grade from either side of machine. Slip form pave shall be used as Per the guidelines given in MORTH( Road wing).

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10.8.3

10.8.4

Other misc works shall be carried out by using form work as described here in after. All side forms shall be of mild steel, except for curves having a radius of less than 45m which may be of timber. The steel forms shall be of standard “ACRO” or similar type or any other steel forms approved by Garrison Engineer. The depth of side forms shall be equal to the thickness of the pavement adopted at any location. A side form shall have a length of at least 3 m in case of longitudinal joints, except on curves of less than 45m radius where shorter lengths may be used. In case of transverse joints a full length of the bulk head shall act as form work. When set to grade and stacked in place, no deviation for the top surface from the specified level shall be allowed. The method of connection between the two lengths of forms shall be such that the joints formed is rigid and free from play in any direction. Use of bent, twisted or worn forms shall not be permitted. Drilling of holes in the existing base course for form work is not permitted. Aid shall be taken from slabs already cast and edge blocks with lateral displacement. The bracing & forms should be sufficiently robust and rigid to support the weight and pressure caused by a paving equipment and concrete. Separate rails are to be provided with adequate fixing slabs. While removing the steel forms, care should be taken to withdraw them gradually. Any damage to the bull nosed edges shall be made good while the concrete is still green.

10.8.5

Timber forms may be used only for curves having a radius of less than 45m. Timber forms shall be wrought on inner side and shall have a minimum width of 10 cm for slabs of 10 to 20 cm thick and 15 cm for slabs over 20 cm thick and their depth shall be equal to thickness of the pavement at the edges.

10.8.6

Timber forms shall be firmly secured as necessary to ensure that no movement results from the pressure of the finishing of the surface. The forms shall be screwed with counter sunk screws along the inside upper edge with 5 cm angle iron. The edge shall be suitably recessed so that the other faces of the angle form are flush with the upper and inner face of the wooden forms.

10.8.7

Setting of forms shall be according to the slab plan subject to the approval of the Engineer-in-Charge and concreting shall not commence until the setting of forms is approved.

10.8.8

Forms shall be set in advance to a length sufficient for at least one day before concreting and shall not be removed until at least 12 hours after the laying of the concrete. Care must be taken in setting out the side forms to ensure that the bay width as directed by Engineer-in-Charge is strictly adhered to. The gaps between the bottom of the form work and the uneven surface shall be filled with wooden fillets or sealed with putty to avoid leakage. Proper shuttering oil shall be applied to the forms to get good finish. Rates quoted in Schedule 'A' for concrete pavement shall be deemed to include provision of formwork described here-inbefore.

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... 10.9 10.9.1

PLACING AND COMPACTION OF CONCRETE Concrete shall be transported without delay and incorporated in work at the position of laying within 20 minutes from the time of discharge from the transit mixer. Concrete shall be deposited and spread to such depths that when compacted and finished, it shall conform to the grade and cross section required and to ensure the thickness required. Contractor is free to use dumper at his discretion.

10.9.2

Concrete shall be deposited in such a manner as to require as little handling as possible. Spreading, compacting and finishing shall be completed with in a period not exceeding one hour from the time the mixing starts. In case of dry and hot weather, this time shall not exceed 45 minutes. If the air temperature exceeds 40 degrees Centigrade or 35 degrees Centigrade with relative humidity less than 25% and or wind velocity higher than 10 KM per hour, concreting precautions as required vide IRC – 61 or 76 shall be taken.

10.9.3

Concrete shall be spread paved, compacted and finished by approved mechanical plant. The contractor shall only use slip form paver to commensurate with overall period of completion of the work. Compaction of top layer shall be carried out mechanically by means of approved mechanical paver in accordance with the instructions of the manufacturer of paver. Needle vibrators shall be used all over the area for obtaining initial compaction of concrete. These should be of diameter not less than 40mm. If the vibrators are pneumatic, the pressure shall not be below 4 kg/Sq cm. If electrically operated, they shall have a minimum frequency of 3,500 to 4,500 vibrations per minute and amplitude under no load state (operation in air) measured in accordance with IS-2506, shall not be less than 1.5 mm and forward speed travel 60 cm per minute. There shall be at least three needle vibrators working for each area under concreting. Vibrating screed consisting of a steel section or timber section weighing not less than 15 Kg/m with a tapering edge of not less than 7cm width and having a vibrator mounted there may be used in addition to needle vibrators to obtain full compaction. The face of the timber tapering edge of the screed shall be lined with a mild steel plate rigidly fixed by means of counter sunk screws. The final compaction, final finish and levels shall however be obtained by rollers and vibrators mounted on concrete paver which will follow and run over initially compacted concrete mass.

10.9.4

10.9.5

Mounted vibrators, on mechanical paver and vibrating screed paver shall be of a frequency of not less than 3600 impulses per minute and an amplitude not less than 0.4 mm and be of sufficient capacity to agitate the concrete for a width of 25 cm on either side of its position. Where screed vibrators are used for compaction, a stand by unit shall always be kept ready for use, should the other one go out of order. At the discretion of the Engineer-inCharge for compaction of edges and joint, vibrators may be supplemented by hand tamping and roding for securing satisfactory results. In no circumstances honey combing of concrete at joints or elsewhere shall be permitted.

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... 10.9.6

Concreting shall be carried out in one operation between the expansion joints and construction joints without any break at the dummy joints.

10.9.7

Workmen shall not be allowed to walk on freshly laid concrete.

10.9.8

A minimum of one day shall be allowed to harden the poured concrete slab before adjacent slabs are laid. Other wise, the vibration caused by the equipment used for the concreting on unhardened concrete may disturb the edges.

11.

JOINTS IN CONCRETE

11.1 (i)

Joints in concrete pavements shall be provided/formed in accordance with IS6509-1972. Joints shall be of the types of dimensions and spacing specified and shall be located in all cases as indicated in the drawing or as directed. Sealing compound shall be as in detailed in Schedule ‘A’. Being specialized work the priming, filling the sealing compound to be carried out under the supervision of manufacturer or his Authorized agents/representative. All joints shall be sealed after minimum 28 days of placing of the concrete in the slabs.

11.1 (ii)

CUTTING JOINT : Joints should be cut as soon as concrete is strong enough to withstand edge spalling. This would be between 24 to 36 hours depending on weather conditions. First cut in above time frame should be by using 3 mm circular diamond blade up to depth as shown on drawing across the width (For Dummy Joint). Second cut should be given using 8mm circular diamond blade within 6 days of completion of curing. Construction joints should also be cut with widening of dummy joints. TRANSVERSE CONTRACTION JOINTS OR DUMMY JOINTS These are the dummy groove type and the width of dummy joint shall be described in Schedule 'A' and shall be extended vertically from the surface of slab to a depth as detailed in Schedule 'A' /drawings. The joint shall be formed by sawing the concrete with diamond saw joint cutting machine of the approved design within 48 hours of placing under moderate climatic conditions and when concrete has sufficiently hardened. In all cases except where cutting is done with saw, the joint edge shall be bull nosed. Care shall be taken that the edges of the joints are not damaged. The edge will not stand proud of the concrete slab.

11.2

11.3 11.3.1

CONSTRUCTION JOINTS The construction joints shall be straight and vertical through the full thickness of the slab. The vertical edge of the concrete on the side of the joint shall be treated with a coat of epoxy tar before the adjacent bay is concreted. A groove of size as mentioned in Sch ‘A’ shall be cut at the top surface of the joint to receive the sealing compound. This groove will be formed in the same manner as that for a dummy joint by using diamond saw cutting machine.

11.3.2

The construction operation shall be so planned that the location of the construction joint coincides with either a expansion joint or a dummy joint. Construction joints shall be provided at locations where concreting has to be suspended due to unforeseen reasons. If the joint is at the location of expansion joint, regular expansion joint shall suffice.

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EXPANSION JOINT Expansion joint shall be provided both longitudinally and transverse direction at spacing as directed by Engineer-in-Charge.

11.4.2

The transverse expansion joint shall be continuous from edge to edge of the pavements constructed at the same or different times. The expansion joint shall be straight and extend through the full thickness of the slab and shall be of the shape and dimension as shown on the drawings and specified. The slab edges adjacent to the joint shall be formed truly vertical. The joints shall be filled as described in Sch ‘A’. The groove to receive the sealing compound may be formed by keeping the depth of filler board 25 mm more than the thickness of slab at the time of casting of adjacent slab and tearing off the excess depth (including 25 mm protuding out portion and groove required) before joint filling. A cut in filler board should be made at appropriate height just before placing the same between two slabs to facilitate easy and accurate tearing off the same as described above. Care should be taken that the edges of the grooves are not damaged and that no bridging or plugging of the joint with concrete occurs, also that joint is of uniform width from top of slab to top of the joint filler.

11.4.3

11.4.4 11.5 11.5.1

For longitudinal expansion joints, the same procedure as followed for transverse expansion joint shall be adopted. JOINT SEALING COMPOUND – SEALANT Joint sealing compound shall be chemical and fire resistant polyurethane joint sealant as approved by E-in-Cs Br Kashmir house, New Delhi. The cold applied joint sealant shall meet the requirement as per BS-5212, BS-4254 and EN141875-2003(for hydrolysis/water resistance test). In addition, the movement accommodation factor(MAF) of the sealant should be minimum + 30%. It shall be procured from any one of the following manufactures :(a) M/S Cipy Ployurethanes Pvt Ltd. T-127, MIDC, Bhosari, Pune-26. (b) M/S Sika India Pvt Ltd. 505/506, 5th Floor, Elegance Tower, Jasola, New Delhi-110025 (c) M/S STP Ltd(Shaliseal PU-II) 707 Chiranjiv Tower 43 ,Nehru Place New Delhi-110019 (d) M/S Fosroc Chemicals (e) M/s Supreme Bituchem India Pvt Ltd (f) M/s Choksey Chemicals Pvt Ltd (g) M/s BOSTIK India Pvt Ltd Contractor shall note that joint sealant with primer shall be applied on ground by engaging specialist agency from whom the joint sealant has been procured. The frequency of testing for hydrolysis/water resistance test and moment accommodation shall be done for every 5MT and got tested from Indian Rubber Manufacturers Research Association Laboratory or any reputed testing laboratory possessing NABL accreditation. Test reports, test certificates, original purchase vouchers shall be submitted to the department for the payment purpose.

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The following procedure shall be adopted while execution :-

11.5.3

(a) The joint shall be made dry and free of dirt and vacuum cleaned by a mechanical device as well as free of oil, vegetation and other debris. (b) Two coats of primer should be applied with a thin brush by the forward and backward moment at an interval of 30 of minutes before pouring the sealant (i.e. one side will be brushed twice forward and backward) with adequate quantity of primer as per manufacture’s instruction. (c) The application temperature of the sealants should be strictly adhered to as per the manufacture’s instruction. (d) The pneumatic pressure, while application should not be too high which causes high speed flow and results in over filling of joints. Too low pressure form small bubbles, which can be starting point of cohesive failures. Every air bubble that appeared on the surface should be immediately popped with a leveling tool.

11.5.3

PRIMER :- Primer shall be procured from the same manufacturer of joint sealant procured as mentioned in “clause 11.5.1”.

11.5.4

BACK-UP MATERIAL- Closed cell Polyethylence Rod or Sheet (Foam) is recommended as Back-up material to prevent three sided adhesion and to control sealant depth. In case joint depth is insufficient, Bond Breaker tape may be used as back-up. Back-up material should fit tightly into joint to prevent seepage of sealant through joint edges. Rod diameter or sheet (foam) width should be 20 to 25% more than joint width.

11.5.5

SEALANT AND PRIMER APPLICATION - Sealant shall be applied by machine. The process of joint sealing shall be carried out strictly in accordance to steps and methods recommended by the manufacturers of sealing compound and primer which shall involve following steps:(a) Joint Inspection (b) Joint preparation (c) Masking tape application (d) Insertion of Back-up material (e) Primer application (f) Mixing of two part sealant (g) Application of sealant (h) (i) (j)

Masking tape removal Final surface touch up Clean up

11.6

SOME MISCELLANEOUS ASPECTS

11.6.1

The sealant are sensitive to temperature while in storage as well as during mixing. Temperatures for all phase of handling of the sealing compounds viz mixing placing and curing conditions must be in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations.

11.6.2

All safety precautions during handling and application of these sealants as prescribed by the manufacturers shall also be strictly adhered to.

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GUARANTEE FOR JOINT SEALING COMPOUND (a) The main contract5or shall stand, guarantee to the Govt for a period of Ten Years from the certified date of completion of the work for the effectiveness of the sealing compound shall be furnished in favour of Garrison Engineer in writing. (b) If the GE at any time during construction or reconstruction or prior to the expiry of the Guarantee period, finds that the joints have cracked from the pavement, the contractor shall, on demand in writing from the GE specifying the joints complied of, not withstanding that the same may have been inadvertently passed certified and paid for, undertake to carryout forthwith such treatment as may be necessary to render the paver from damage/crack at his own expense, till expiry of the guarantee period. In the event of his failure to do so, within the period to be specified by the GE in his demand aforesaid, the GE may undertake such treatment at the risk and expense in all respect, of the Contractor. The liability of the Contractor under this condition, however shall not extend beyond the period of TEN YEARs from the certified date of completion, unless the GE had previously given notice to the contractor to rectify the defects. (c) The amount of security deposit to be held back from the Contractor’s bill against the guarantee for joint sealing compound shall be calculated on the amount of joint sealing compound at contract rates as per the scales given below enhanced by 1.25 times of the amount so calculated. This shall be worked out by GE and intimated to the Contractor. This amount shall be refunded to him after the expiry of the guarantee period. Alternatively, the Contractor may give a separate interest bearing security deposit to GE valid for 10 Years for this amount. Cost at Contract Rates Amount of Security Deposit (i) Upto Rs. 50 Lakhs 2% of the amount subject to a minimum of Rs. 5000/(ii) Over Rs. 50 Lakhs and Rs. 1,00,000/- + 1.50% of amount exceeding Upto Rs. 100 Lakhs Rs. 50 Lakhs (i) Over Rs. 100 Lakhs and Rs. 1,75,000/- + 1% of amount exceeding Upto Rs. 500 Lakhs Rs. 100 Lakhs (i) Over Rs. 500 Lakhs and Rs. 5,75,000/- + 0.50% of amount exceeding Upto Rs. 1500 Lakhs Rs. 500 Lakhs (i) Over Rs. 1500 Lakhs Rs.10,75,000/- + 0.50% of amount exceeding Rs. 1500 Lakhs subject to maximum of Rs. 15 Lakhs.

11.6.4

GUARANTEE FROM THE MANUFACTURER The contractor shall obtain Guarantee for 10 years from the manufacturer and submit to the GE after completion. Any defect observed during this period notified by the GE in writing shall be made good by the contractor through the manufacturer or their authorized applicator to the entire satisfaction of GE within a reasonable period, failing which, the defects shall be got rectified at contractor’s risk and cost. The defects liability period mentioned purpose of this condition. All the expenditure incurred in getting the defects rectified shall be borne by the contractor.

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... 11.7 11.7.1

FINISHING ON CONCRETE : FLOATING As soon as practicable after the concrete has been struck off and compacted, it shall be further smoothened and compacted by means of floating system provided with the paver finisher. If any manual correction is required it shall be carried out from a bridge between the rails generally part of these paving machines. A longitudinal float 1,200 mm long 75mm wide may be used.

11.7.2

STRAIGHT EDGING

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After the longitudinal floating has been completed, the excess water has disappeared, but while the concrete is still plastic, the slab surface shall be tested for trueness with a 3 metre (10 Ft) straight edge swung from handles. The straight edge shall be held in successive positions parallel to the pavement centre line in contact with the surface and the whole area gone over from one side of the slab to the other. Advance along the pavement be in successive stages of not more than one half length of the straight edge. Any depressions found shall be filled immediately with freshly mixed concrete, struck compacted and refinished. High areas shall be cut down and refinished. The straight edging and re-floating shall continue until the entire surface is found to be free from observable departure from the straight edge and the slab has the required grade and cambers.

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The slab surfaces shall be retested for trueness before the concrete begins to set, with the 3 metre master straight edge and the wedge gauge (as per IRC 43/72). The straight edge shall be placed on the surface in successive positions, parallel to the centre line. Irregularities shall be measured with the help of the wedge more transversely at various points until it touches both the straight edge and the concrete surface. At any point tested, the concrete shall not show a departure from the true surface, greater than 3mm if at any place the said departure is greater than 3 mm, not more than 3 passes of the vibrating machine shall be allowed and the surface tested again in the specified manner, if the irregularity still exceeds the limit aforesaid, the concrete shall be removed to depth of 50mm.

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Fresh concrete shall be placed, compacted and finished in the manner already described in these specifications and shall again be subjected to test for accuracy of finish.

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The forgoing procedure shall be adopted at each shifting of the straight edge and the whole area shall be done over from one side of the slab to the other. The straight edge shall advance longitudinally in successive stages of not more than one half the length of the straight edge.

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No extra payment shall be made for the removal of the rejected concrete and for laying fresh concrete. Although the concrete is to be removed immediately, following measurement of the irregularity and while it is still wet, this shall not mean any waiver from complying with the requirements of this clause if for any reasons the concrete to be removed has hardened.

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After straight edging of the surface, it shall be finished by belting or brooming or by combination of both, in manner specified here-in-after.

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BELTING Just before the concrete becomes non-plastic, the surface shall be belted with a two ply canvas belt not less than 20 cm wide and at least 1 meter long than the width of the slab. Hand belts shall have suitable handles to permit controlled uniform manipulation. The belt shall be operated with short strokes transverse to centre line of the pavement and with a rapid advance parallel to the centre line. In case of pavers finishers if this system is built in, the manual belting procedure is not to be adopted. BROOMING After belting and as soon as surplus water if any, has raised to the surface the pavement shall be given a broom finish with an approved steel or fibre broom not less than 45 cm wide. The broom shall be pulled gently over the surface of the pavement from edge to edge. Adjacent strokes shall be slightly over lapped. Brooming shall be perpendicular to the corrugations thus produced are uniform in character and width and not more than 1.5 mm deep.

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Brooming shall be completed before concrete reaches such stage that surface is likely to be unduly roughened by the operation. The broomed surface shall be free from porous or rough spots, irregularities, depression and all pockets such as may be caused by accidental disturbing of particles of coarse aggregate embodied near the surface. EDGING After belting / brooming has been completed but before the initial set of the concrete the edges of the slabs shall be carefully finished with a edging tool of 6 mm radius and the edges left smooth and to true to alignment. HONEY COMBING As soon as the side forms are removed, any minor honey combed areas shall be filled with mortar composed of one part of cement to two parts of fine aggregate however these repairs shall be carried out only after the clearance from the site executives. Major honey combed areas or segregated concrete or other defective work or areas damaged by rain or any other reasons whatsoever shall be considered as defective work and the entire affected slab shall be removed and replaced by the contractor at his own expense. The total area of honey combed patches each more than 2.5 Sqcm area shall not exceed 4 percent of the area of the slab thickness. This decision as to what constitute major honey combing shall rest entirely with the Garrison Engineer but in any case honey combing exceeding 300 sq cm in area at any one location shall be considered as major honey combing. GE’s decision whether the concrete is defective or not shall be final and binding. Every slab shall bear an impression on top of slab not exceeding 3mm in depth comprising the number allotted to the slab and the date on which it was cast. This impression shall be formed by the contractor when the concrete is green so as to leave a permanent mark on setting.

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... 11.7.6

CURING AND PROTECTION OF CONCRETE

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Initial curing shall be done immediately after the surface texturing, the surface and the sides of the slab shall be cured by the application of approved resign based aluminized reflective curing compound with the help of mechanical sprayer as per manufacturer’s instruction and as directed by Engr-in-Charge. After initial curing the concrete shall be kept under wet condition with Hessian cloth in position for concrete shall subsequently be cured by making earthen bunds of 8 to 10cm high at the edges as well as longitudinally and transversely at about one meter interval to form ponds to cover the pavement surface with water up to 28 days. After completion of 28 days period, the contractor shall clean and sweep the surface so that it is dirt free.

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The workmen shall not be allowed to walk over the prepared clean surface either prior to or during the concreting operations. Walking over concrete being laid , compacted or finished shall also be prohibited. All operations on prepared cleaned surface including laying, compacting with needle vibrators, floating and straight edging shall be done from appropriate wooden bridges spanning the width of the slab being laid. Adequate number of such wooden bridge shall be provided. The contractor shall appoint chowkidars at his own expense to prevent workmen, cattle etc., straying on to the pavement concrete for a minimum of three days after laying concrete.

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Concrete shall not be subjected to any load or weight of any plant until at least 28 days after laying. Concentrated loads or sharp objects like iron wheels of concrete mixers and any vehicular traffic including construction traffic shall not be allowed on the concrete surface for 28 days.

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CONCRETING DURING RAINS To prevent damage to previously laid concrete during monsoon or sudden rains the contractor shall have an adequate stock of tarpaulins or other water proof cloth which shall be spread over the concrete as directed. Any concrete damaged by rains shall be removed and replaced by the contractor at his own expense as directed by Engineer-in-Charge.

11.7.7

TESTING OF PAVEMENT QUALITY CONCRETE

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Testing of controlled concrete (pavement quality concrete) shall be done as per frequency specified. Expenses for samples, supply and transporting of samples etc., including assistance in testing shall be borne by the contractor. The following tests shall be carried out during the progress of work in addition, if any, to these specified here-in-after.

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The contractor at his own expenses will establish a lab at site to conduct all relevant tests. The lab equipment shall be calibrated and certificate should be made available along with equipment.

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COMPACTING FACTOR TEST AS PER IS-1199 A compacting factor test shall be taken at frequencies as specified here-in- after. Any batch from which compacting factor is being made shall not be transferred to the place of laying until the compacting factor test has been completed. Any batch which gives compacting factor that is in excess of that specified shall be rejected and removed from the site.

11.7.9

FLEXURAL TEST (i) The concrete shall be sampled at the place of deposit. Sampling and testing shall be as per IS:1199 and IS:516. The frequency of sampling shall be as specified in IS. One sample consists of 9 (nine) beams. All the 9 (nine) beams of the same sample shall be cast at the same time. Samples shall be made at well spaced intervals so as to represent entire slab from different batches. A slab shall mean the pavement bounded by expansion and construction joint. (ii) For the purpose of subsequent identification, the test beam samples and the slab to which these pertain shall be cross referred and record of this maintained, duly signed by the Engineer-in-Charge and contractor. (iii) Moulds for the test beams shall conform to IS-516 and shall be supplied by the contractor. Beams shall be prepared by the contractor as specified/as directed. The size of the mould for the test beam shall be 15cm x 15cm x 70 cm. The test beam samples shall be maintained and cured under conditions as specified in IS516. The compaction will be done as specified, Flexural strength test results shall be signed both by the Engineer-in-Charge and the contractor.

(iv) The slab shall stand rejected if the average flexural strength of three specimen of any sample is less than specified. 11.7.10 TEST --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =-- During the currency of the contract, the contractor may demand conducting of core tests/sinusoidal tests of the concrete in respect of such of these slabs which stand rejected as well as such of these slabs which are proposed to be accepted subject to devaluation. Decision of the Garrison Engineer with regard to the type of test to be conducted shall be final and binding. --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =--

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All necessary requirements, machinery, labour and arrangements for taking out cores for conducting core tests and/or sinusoidal tests shall be provided by the contractor from his own sources without any additional cost to the Govt. Three cores each of 15 cm dia for every 30 cubic metres of concrete which is required to be verified shall be cut from each affected slab. If the depth of any core cut is more than the thickness of the concrete provided under the contract for the corresponding slab, the depth of core shall be suitably modified to correspond to the thickness of the concrete laid, by carefully cutting out the extra portion with a diamond edged saw so that in no case the height to diameter ratio of core shall exceed two. In case , when the depth of the concrete laid in a particular slab under the contract exceeds 20 cm, the core cut out of such a slab shall be modified as described here in before, so that the height/diameter ratio shall not exceed two.

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All cores for tests shall be cut and taken out in the present of the Garrison Engineer/Engineer-in-Charge and the contractor's representative. Testing of cores shall be done in a laboratory as approved by GE. Expenses for such testing shall be borne by the Contractor .

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The compressive strength of the cores shall be determined as per IS-516. A correction factor as given here under according to the height/diameter ratio of core samples shall be applied to the average of three compressive strengths so determined :F = 0.11 n + 0.78 (Where F is correction factor) n = H/D (ranging from 1 to 2)

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The product of the correction factor and the compressive strength (average) shall be known as the corrected compressive strength (this being the equivalent strength of a cylinder having height/diameter ratio of two). The cube strength of concrete shall be determined by multiplying the corrected cylinder compressive strength by 5/4. This shall be further corrected for age factor, if applicable, as under. The cube strength thus determined shall be devided by the age factor as given in the table below, to obtain the equivalent cube strength at 28 days (ECS). Age of slab in month(s)

Age factor

1

1.0

3

1.10

6

1.15

12 and over

1.20

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If equivalent cube strength so calculated is K Kg/Sq cm or more, the concrete of the corresponding slab shall be accepted for strength requirement, irrespective of whether the concrete stood rejected/was proposed to be accepted subject to devaluation.

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It the equivalent cube strength of the concrete of a particular slab ranges between 0.9 K Kg/Sqcm to K Kg/Sqcm the concrete of the corresponding slab shall be considered for acceptance subject to devaluation as stipulated hereinafter.

11.7.11

ACCEPTANCE OF CONCRETE SUBJECT TO DEVALUATION: The decision of CWE whether concrete shall be accepted subject to devaluation or not shall be final, conclusive and binding. In case CWE decides not to accept concrete subject to devaluation, the slabs casted with such concrete shall be replaced and relaid as per contract specification by the contractor at his own expense.

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Acceptance of concrete (with regard to strength) subject to devaluation shall be regulated as under :(a) Up to an extent of 5% (five percent) of the total quantity of the concrete provided under the contract be accepted subject to devaluation by allowing payment for such concrete at a reduced rate(as compared to the contract rate), the reduced rate being in direct proportion to the strength as given below :The reduced rate payable shall be equal to :Contract rate X AFS 44 OR Contract rate

X

ECS (if core testing is resorted to.) K

Where, AFS- Average flexural strength pertaining to a slab in kg/sqcm of the sample. ECS = Equivalent cube strength as defined. (b) concrete in excess of 5% (five percent) of the quantity provided under the contract, but not exceeding 10% (Ten percent) may also be accepted, subject to devaluation but in respect of such concrete, the reduced rate payable to the contractor shall be :Contract rate

X

Contract rate

X

( 2 x AFS-44) 44 OR ( 2 x ECS-K) K

(if core test is resorted to)

Where, K = Characteristic compressive strength of cubes obtained from cubes cast from approved design mix concrete (meeting flexural strength criteria of 44 Kg/Sqcm). K & ECS shall have same unit i.e. Kg/Sqcm. For calculating the quantity of concrete that may be accepted subject to (c) devaluation as stipulated in preceding (tests) Clauses, the affected slabs in the order of casting (date wise) shall be taken into account. No sooner the limit of five percent has been reached, than acceptance of concrete of the remaining slabs, to an extent of a further five percent, subject to devaluations shall be governed by the stipulations given in preceding clauses (TESTS) --= FUCK YOU, DON'T TRY WITH US =--

REPLACEMENT OF REJECTED SLABS

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... 11A. 11A..1

COMMUNICATION FACILITIES Efficient communication facility for executives and contractor’s representative shall be made available by the contractor regarding site control, safety precautions, quality control and to ensure smooth execution of work.

11B.

POLYTHENE FILM

12.

Polythene film shall be colour less/transparent and not recycle as approved by GE. Thickness of polythen film shall be as mentioned in Sch ‘A’. BRICK WORK : Irrespective of the type/size of bricks shown on drawings contractor may use either old size bricks or modular bricks without any price adjustment but subject to following conditions :(a) Centre line dimension of walls shown on drawing shall remain unchanged, in the same position resulting in increase/decrease in internal/outer dimensions, as the case may be. (b) No adjustment both ‘plus’ or ‘minus’ shall be made in the quoted lump sum on account of changes necessitated in foundations, floor, lintels, cills, plaster roof and the like and any other items of work effected. (c) While using old size bricks top course at plinths, parapets, steps and top of walls below floor slabs and roof slabs shall be laid with bricks on edge in cement mortar (1:4). Care shall be taken that the bricks on top course and of wall are properly keyed into position.

12.1

BRICK WORK

12.1.1

Bricks (modular or old size) shall be well burnt of minimum compressive strength 75 kg/Sq cm and best quality, sub class ‘B’ conforming to the samples kept in GE’s office. Moisture contents shall not be exceeds 15% by weight.

12.1.2

For size/dimensions of bricks refer clause 5.6.3 of MES Schedule Part I. Tolerance of each dimension of bricks upto 8% (plus or minus) on actual size shall be permitted.

12.1.3

In the event of any deviations (both plus or minus) involving brick work with old size or modular bricks, pricing shall be made on the basis of rates for old size bricks sub class ‘B’ class designation 75 given in MES Schedule Part II subject to contractor’s percentage

12.2

(a) Sand for mortar, for brickwork and all such other works shall be as specified in clause 5.4 of MES Schedule Part I. (b) Sand shall be washed if deleterious materials are beyond the limits as specified in the IS.

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... 12.3.

Brick work in walls with one brick thick and above shall be built in CM (1:6). Bricks shall be laid and bonded all as specified in clause 5.24 of SSR Part I.

12 .4

STONE MASONRY CONSTRUCTION- All as per item in Schedule A part-I and As specified in clause 6.10 of MES Schedule Part I.

12 A. 12 A.1

STEEL AND IRON WORK : All steel and iron work shall be as per details shown on drawings and shall be carried out as described in MES Schedule Part I and as specified here-in-after.

12.A.2.1 PROCUREMENT AND TESTING OF STEEL : (a) REINFORCEMENT STEEL All steel for reinforcement to be used in the work shall be contractor's supply. The contractor shall procure steel for reinforcement (TMT bars) directly from the following main producers of steel :(1) Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited (RINL), Vishkhapatnam Steel Plant Vishkapatnam-530031, India Tel: (91891) 518226, 518266 Fax: (91891) 518316 E-mail: [email protected] (2) Tata Iron Steel Company (TISCO, or Tata Steel), Bombay House, 2, 4 Homi Modi Steet Mumbai-40000, India Tel: (9122) 2049131 Fax: (9122) 2049522, 2770840 E-mail: [email protected] (Br office for North: Jeevan Tara Bldg, Patel Chock, New Delhi) (3) Steel Authority of India Limited, Central Marketing Organization, Northern Region 17th Floor, scope Minar, Laxmi Nagar Distt Centre, Delhi-110092 (4) M/S Jai Balaji Industries Ltd., Registered Office 5 Bentek Street, Kolkata – 700001 Delhi Office 510, Block-B, Navraung House, 21 Kasturba Gandhi Marg, New Delhi-110001 Tel: (011) 43620219, 43620220 Mob: 7838272772, 9958936103 E-mail: [email protected] (5) M/S Shyam Steel Industries Ltd., Shyam Towers EN-32, Sector-V, Salt Lake, Kolkata-700019 Tel: (033) 40074007 Fax: (033) 40074010 E-mail: [email protected]

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(7)

M/S SPS Steel Rolling Mills Ltd., 68, Ballygunge Circular Road, Kolkata-700019 Tel: (033) 2895160/67 Fax: (033) 22894386 E-mail: [email protected] M/S Steel Exchange India Ltd., My Home Laxminivas Apartments, Ameerpet, Hyderabad-500016, A.P. Tel: (040) 23402625 Fax: (040) 23413267, E-mail: [email protected]

(8)

M/S Jindal Steel and Power Ltd. (TMT), Plot No 2, Sector-32, Gurgaon-122001, Haryana Tel: +91 166 2222471-84 Fax: +91 166 220476,

(9)

M/S SRMB Srijan Ltd., Srmb House, 7, Khetra das lane Kolkata-700012 Tel: 033-6600 6600 Fax: 033- 22110483,

(10)

M/S Concast Steel & Power Ltd. Kolkata, 21 Hemant Basu Sarani, Suit Nos – 511 & 512 5th Floor, Kolkata - 700001. Tel: 91 - 33 - 2213 0481-81-87, 91 - 33 - 2213 0481-87 E-mail: [email protected]

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(10)

M/S Concast Steel & Power Ltd. Kolkata, 21 Hemant Basu Sarani, Suit Nos – 511 & 512 5th Floor, Kolkata - 700001. Tel: 91 - 33 - 2213 0481-81-87, 91 - 33 - 2213 0481-87 E-mail: [email protected]

(11)

M/S Adhunik Metaliks Ltd., Orissa Lansdowne Towers, 2/1A Sarat Bose Road, Kolkata-700012 Tel: 033 - 30517100 Fax: 033- 22890285, E-mail: [email protected]

(12)

M/S Shri Bajang Power & Ispat Ltd., Raipur, Chhattisgarh Vill- Borjhara, Urla Industrial Area, Raipur-493221, Chhattisgarh Tel: 0771 4289019/29/39

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(14)

M/S JSW Steel Ltd., Karnataka Jindal Mansion, 5 A Dr G Deshmukh Marg, Mumbai- 400026 M/S Electrosteel Steels Ltd. Bokaro, Jharkhand G K Tower, 2nd & 3rd Floor, 19 Camac Street, Kalkata, WB - 700017 Tel: 91-33-2283-9990

(b) STRUCTURAL STEEL: Structural steel sections shall be procured directly from main producers SAIL/RINL/TISCO. In case of not availability with main producers, the structure steel can be procured from the following secondary steel producers :(i) M/S K.L. Steel Pvt. Ltd. Post Box No. 61, Lal Kuan, Bulandshahar Road, Ghaziabad (UP) Tele: 0120-2867911, 2867915 Fax: 0120-2867917 (ii) M/S Shri Badrinarain Alloys & Steels Ltd., 95, Stephen House, 4BBD Bag Kolkata 700001, Tele : 03322205381/22481601, Fax 03322488664 (iii) M/S Pushpak Steel Industries Pvt. Ltd. Gate No. 119, Alandi Market Road Dhanore, Tah Khed Pune, Tele/Fax 020-26444700/070 (iv) M/S Amba Shakti Ispat Ltd., Plot No. 6, Phase II Industrial Area Kala Amb, Distt Sirmour173030 (HP) Tele : 01734-309983, 309986, Fax 01702238927 (v) M/S SRMB Udyog Ltd. 46, BB Ganguli Street, Kolkata-700012, Tele 2236 9999 (vi) M/S Shree Parashnath Re-Rolling Mills Ltd. 4C Maharshi Devandre Road 3rd Floor, Kolkata 700007, Phone 033-2274 0045/4475, Fax 03322740039 (vii) M/S TATA Steel Structure, TATA Steel Tube Division Jeeven Tara Building, 1st Floor 5, Sansad Marg, New Delhi 110001, Tele : 991112334, 264601734, 309983, 309986 as approved, with a reduction of 5% (five percent) of the accepted rate of structure steel. In case the desired section of structural steel is not rolled / manufactured by SAIL/RINL/TISCO, there shall be no price adjustment in use of structural steel procured from approved secondary producers. (c) GALVANISED STEEL SHEETS & FABRIC REINFORCEMENT FOR CONCERETE These shall be procured directly from main producers/BIS marked manufacturers as approved here-in-before at the option of Contractor without any minus price adjustment. (d) Reinforcement steel, structural steel and Galvanised steel sheets & fabric reinforcement for concrete may be permitted to be procured from authorized dealers of main producers in case the total requirement of steel is less than 5 tonnes and specifically approved by Accepting Officer in writing. (e) Steel sections for railings, gates, fencing, guard bars, grills, steel chowkhat, holdfasts etc., which do not constitute structural members, can be procured from main producers/ secondary producers/ BIS marked manufacturers or their authorized dealers at the option of Contractor without any minus price adjustment. Tests will not be insisted upon for such steel sections. 12.A.3. TESTING OF STEEL : (a) The contractor shall submit the manufacturer’s Test certificate in original alongwith the test sheet giving their results of each mechanical test as applicable and the chemical composition of the steel or authenticated copy thereof duly signed by the manufacturer with each consignment. The Engineer-in-Charge shall record these details in a steel Acceptance Register after due verification.

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... (b) It will be mandatory for the GE to carry out simple field test and record the findings before the contractor is allowed to use steel in the work. CWE may also carry out random checks and record his remarks in the Steel Test Register. Such simple testing includes sand papering the cross section of the TMT bar and dipping it in chemical solution to give a clearly defined annular ring of tempered steel. Cost of all such facilities for test shall be borne by the contractor. (c) The Accepting Officer may order a board of Officers for random check of steel and verification of connected documents. In case of such check, if it is found that steel brought on site/incorporated in work does not meet the requirements laid down in the contract, such steel/work in which such steel has been incorporated shall be rejected or devalued based on the defects. In this regard decision of the Accepting Officer shall be final and binding. Contractor shall have no claim whatsoever on account of such rejection. (d) Independent testing of steel by the GE from random samples of steel drawn from various lots from National Test House, SEMT wing CME, Regional Research Labs, NABL approved lab, etc. as per the recommended frequency given here-in-after shall be optional at the discretion of the GE in case of procurement of steel from main producers and testing charges shall be borne in accordance with Condition 10 A of IAFW -2249 i.e. testing charges shall be borne by the Deptt, if the test results are found in order otherwise these shall be borne by the Contractor. (e) Independent testing of steel by the GE from random samples of steel drawn from various lots from National Test House, SEMT, CME, Regional Research Labs, Govt Engineering College, Zonal Lab or Govt approved Labs etc as per the recommended frequency given here-in-after shall be mandatory in case of procurement of steel from secondary producers and testing charges shall be borne by the contractor irrespective of the outcome of test results. (f) In both the cases at sub Para 10.3 (d) & (e) above, the Contractor at his cost shall provide all facilities required for the testing and cost of materials consumed in tests shall also be borne by the Contractor. (g)

The elongation of reinforcement steel shall not be less than 18%.

12.A.4 FREQUENCY OF NORMAL MASS, TENSILE, BEND AND REBEND TESTS OF STEEL. NOMINAL SIZE QUANTITY STEEL REINFORCEMENT (a) Bars size less than 10mm. One sample (three specimens) for each test for every 25 tones or part thereof). (b) Bars size 10mm to 16mm.

One sample (Three specimens) for each test for every 35 tones or part thereof).

(c) Bars size over 16mm.

One sample (Three specimens) for each test for every 45 tones or part thereof.

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One test for every 25 tones of steel or part thereof. (b) Bend test -One test for every 25 tones of steel or part thereof. NOTE: - APPLICABLE FOR ALL TESTS. For various tests, acceptance criteria, tolerance etc. refer to steel supply & Acceptance form given here-in-after and relevant BIS Codes.

STEEL SUPPLY & ACCEPTANCE REGISTER CA NO & Name of Work Contract No Name of Manufacturer's T.C. No Manufacturer Random Test Details (a) Physical test report from ______ vide their letter No _________ (Name of approved Lab/Engg College) (b) Chemical test report from_______ vide their letter No_______ (Name of approved Lab/Engg College) 6. Types of Steel, Dia & Qty (a) Type: TMT/CRS (b) Dia-mm (c) Actual Wt___MT (d) Conversion Wt _____MT. 1 2 3 4 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Chemical Test

Mechanical Test Rebend Test

Bend Test

Elongation % (Not less than Tensile Strength (N/mm2) Stress(N/mm2 ) 0.2% proof

Wt per meter

Corrosion Resistant Element Silicon %

Maganese%

Phosphorous % Sulphur%

Carbon%

As per IS-1786 As per manufacturer's test certificate As per independent test

Remarks with Signature Contractor Junior Engineer Garrison Engineer Remarks of BOO/Inspecting Officer/CWE

(civil)

Accepted/Rejected Engineer-in-Charge

Remarks

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12 A.6

DOCUMENTATION (a) The contractor shall submit original purchase vouchers from the manufacturer for the total quantity of steel supplied under each consignment to be incorporated in the work. All consignments received at work site shall be inspected by the GE alongwith relevant documents before acceptance. The original vouchers and the test certificates shall be defaced by the Engineer-in-Charge and photocopy of the same shall be kept on the record in the office of GE duly authenticated and with cross reference of control number recorded in the steel Acceptance Register and will be signed by JE (Civil), Engineer-in-Charge, GE and the contractor duly endorsed CA No & Year. (b) The entire quantity of all steel items shall be recorded in Measurement Book indicating size, quantities, voucher numbers, dates brought on site for record purposes as “not to be abstracted” and signed by Engineer-in-Charge and the contractor before incorporation in the work. (c) Irrespective of what is shown in drgs or specified else where, steel reinforcement to be used in this project shall be Thermo Mechanically Treated steel bars. The steel to be used in the work shall comply with the requirements of following specifications: (a) Reinforcement Steel (i) TMT (Thermo Mechanically Treated Process) bars : High strength deformed bar shall be procured by thermo mechanical treated process(TMT) & shall be of grade Fe 500 or Fe 550 as indicated meeting all requirements confirming to IS 1786-1985 and only one type of reinforcement steel will be incorporated in one member /structure. (ii) Mild steel Grade-I : Conforming to IS-432(Part-I). (b) Structural Steel: Standard quality : Conforming to IS-2062 Grade Fe-410-S. (c) Other than structural steel Ordinary quality: Conforming to IS-1977 Grade Fe-410-0 and Fe-310-0 For pricing of deviation in respect of steel items the quality of steel shall be taken as under: (a) Structural steel : Standard quality Fe-410-S and as mentioned in MES Schedule. (b) MS round bars for : IS-432(Part I) reinforcement Gde I mild steel/twisted bars and as mentioned in MES Schedule. 6mm can be wire drawn quality. (c) TMT.Bars for : TMT barsFe 500/ Fe550 confirming to reinforcement IS 1786-1985 (d) Steel items other : Ordinary quality Fe-310-0/Fe-410-0 than structural steel and reinforcement (d) Galvanised steel sheets (Plain and corrugated) : Conforming to IS-277 (e) Fabric reinforcement for concrete : Conforming to IS -1566.

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... (f) Irrespective of whether corner reinforcement is indicated or not in RCC plan showing reinforcement of slabs, corner reinforcement shall be provided as shown in TD (typical drawings). (g) The contractor shall be responsible for accurate fixing of reinforcement shown on drawings, and shall not pour any concrete until the reinforcement has been inspected in position and approved in writing by the GE. The contractor shall take necessary precaution to prevent any displacement of reinforcement bars during concreting. 12 B 6.1

The steel shall be procured and brought to the site one month before it is required to be incorporated in the work taking into account the time required for it’s inspection and acceptance as specified here-in-before.

12 B 6.2

Contractor shall be responsible for proper storage, preservation and maintenance of steel at site till it is consumed in the work. Steel rejected shall be stacked separately, so marked and removed as directed by GE.

12 B 7

STRUCTURAL STEEL WORK : Structural steel work shall be executed as specified in relevant clauses of section 10 of MES Schedule Part I. NOTE : Steel for holdfasts, grills, guard bars, cooler brackets etc shall be ordinary quality. Balance structural steel shall be of standard quality. Test certificate for ordinary quality steel is not required. MS BLACK , NUTS AND WASHERS (a) All MS Black, Bolts and nuts shall conform to IS- 1353 part I to III of 1984 and round washer shall conform to IS-5370, IS-5372 or IS- 5374 where ever specification are not available, the American standard specifications to be followed.

12 B 8

12.C

(b)

Bolts, heads, nuts, shall be of such length as to project and clear thread beyond the nuts when fixed in position and these shall fit in the holes withoutany shake. The nut shall fit in the threaded ends of bolts properly.

(c)

The round washers shall be placed under the heads and nuts of permanent bolts. Maximum two washers for one nut and one for each bolt head shall be used. Bolts threads shall be out side limit of jointing members and un threaded portion of bolt shall not be out side the washer.

(d)

Bolts, Nuts & washers shall be thoroughly cleaned and dipped in double boiled linsed oil before used. The bolts shall be tightened starting from the enter of joints towards the edge.

MILD STEEL SHEET MS sheet /plates shall be of thickness as shown on drawings in various location conforming to Fe-410-S.

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PLASTERING AND POINTING

12D.1

Refer Para 14.12,14.14 and 14.16 of SSR Part I. Unless specified otherwise in Schedule “A”, mix of mortar for rendering shall be 1:6, single coat , top surfaces finished fair and even all as directed. For pointing - Refer Para 14.29 of SSR Part I. The type and mix of mortar for pointing and type of pointing as indicated in Schedule “A”, and as directed.

12D.2 12.E

WHITEWASHING/COLOURWASHING – All as per Schedule ‘A’ part – I and refer Para 15.10, 15.11 and 15.12 of SSR Part I.

13.1

All synthetic enamel paint shall be superior quality manufactured by standard firms listed here-in-after. This shall be of first quality.

13.2

The contractor shall inform the GEs within four weeks of the acceptance of the tender, the brand, names of manufacturers of paint proposed to be used in the works and submit samples there of well in time and obtain prior written approval of the GE before their use in work. The contractor shall, when so required by the GEs produce certificate from the manufacture, or their representative to establish that the brands of paints purchase by the contractor from them satisfy the requirement of the relevant Indian Standard. Paints for printing coat, under coat and finishing coat shall be form same manufacture. Tint of paint shall be as approved by the GE.

13.3

13.4 13.5 13.6

Prepare surfaces and apply two coats of synthetic enamel paint over a coat of primer to all exposed faces of steel work.

13.7

Road marking paint shall be of first quality. .

14

ROLLERS OR COMPACTION EQUIPMENT

14.1

TANDEM VIBRATORY ROLLER

14.1.1

15.

Tandem Vibratory roller shall be of make Vibromax 752B or equivalent. The machine shall have both modes of compaction i.e. static mode as well as vibratory mode. It is desirable to use the static mode for the initial rolling and then resort to vibratory rolling and final finishing to be done by static rolling. The machine shall have auto water spraying system.. FLIGHT SAFETY MEASURES

15.1

POSITIONING OF MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT

15.1.1

Machinery and equipment shall be positioned at least 500 feet away from the centre line of runway which is in use (away from cleared zones), on either side while the work is in progress on the other runway.

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16. 16.1

ENTRY & EXIT The entry and exit to the airfield for the contractor and his labours and machinery and equipment shall be through the pre designated routes only. This route shall be briefed to the contractor by the department before commencement of work. BOX TYPE CULVERT RCC Box type culverts catered in Sch 'A' shall be provided as shown in drgs as specified below:(a) Excavation and earthwork in any type of soil (b) PCC (1:4:8) type D-2 using concrete/foundation.

40 mm graded stone aggregate in lean

(c) PCC (1:3:6) type C-2 using 40 mm graded stone aggregate in floor/channel finished even and smooth. (d) All brick work in cement mortar 1:4 as shown on drgs using old size sub class 'B' bricks jointed and pointed in cement mortar 1:3 as work proceed. (e) PCC (1:2:4) type B-2 using 40 mm graded stone aggregate PCC block, coping to parapet and PCC curb/benching. (f) RCC M-25 (design mix ) slab with reinforcement as shown on drawing and as specified (g) 15 mm thick plaster in CM 1:4 finished fair and even on all exposed surfaces of brick parapet and other brick surfaces shall be keyed pointed in CM 1:3. (h) Plastered surfaces of parapet shall be given three coats of white wash. 17. 17.1

BITUMINOUS MACADAM CONSTRUCTION Bituminous macadam shall consist of crushed aggregates, premixed with a bituminous binder, in hot mix plant. The binder shall be heated to a specified temperature. The aggregate shall be suitably warmed or heated before loading into hot mix plant. The correct qty of each size of aggregate shall be fed into mixer with specified quantity of binder. Each batch shall be mixed to ensure thorough coating..

18 18.1

MATERIALS PAVING BITUMEN The Bitumen to be used in the work shall be paving bitumen VG 30 grade. As per IS 73-1961 (Revised), “Specification for Paving Bitumen”.VG 30 grade may also be used wherever 60/70 grade has been mention in the tender . The Bitumen to be procured from the any of the following main producer:(i) (ii) (iii)

M/s Indian Oil Corporation M/s Bharat Petroleum Ltd M/s Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd

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The contractor shall submit original purchase vouchers alongwith manufacturers test certificate for the total quantity of bitumen supplied under each consignment to be incorporated in the work. All consignments received at the work site shall be inspected by the Garrison Engineer along with the relevant document. The original purchase vouchers and the test certificate shall be verified for subject contract and defaced by the Engineer-in-Charge and kept on record in the office of the Garrison Engineer duly authenticated and with cross reference to the consignment. The Accepting Officer may order a board of officers for random check of bitumen and verification of connected documents during the currency of contract. If the Garrison Engineer desires separate test of bitumen, the test shall be got done through a recognised and approved laboratory/institution as approved by Garrison Engineer at no extra cost to Government.

18.3

The bitumen brought at site shall be recorded in Measurement Book “Not to be abstracted” and shall be signed by both the contractor and Engineer-in-Charge.

18.4 18.4.1

AGGREGATES Crushed aggregates shall be of hard stone. Aggregates shall be nonporous, hard, strong, durable, clean and free from any impurities and adherent coatings and shall not contain any deleterious materials exceeding the limits specified in the above referred IS and specified here-in-after. The aggregates to maintain uniformity in construction shall preferably be hydrophobic and of low porosity. The sources of supply of aggregates once approved by the GE shall not be changed.

18 .5

PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTIC The aggregates shall satisfy the following physical requirements:Properties

Test

Cleanliness (Dust)

Gain size analysis

Particle shape

Flakiness and elongation Index (Combined) *Los Angeles Abrasion value *Aggregated Impact value Soundness Sodium sulphate Magnesium sulphate Water absorption Coating and striping of bitumen Aggregate Mixtures Retained tensile strength

Strength

Durability

Water absorption Striping

Water sensitivity**

Specification Max 5% passing 0.075 mm sieve Max 30%

IS Reference Remark IS 2386 Part 1 IS 2386 Part 1

Max 40%

IS 2386 part 4

Max 30%

IS 2386 part 4 IS: 2386 Part 5

Max 12% Max 18% Max 2% Min retained coating 95% Min 80%

IS 2386 Pt 3 IS 6241

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PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS Contd....... Note:- (i) The stripping value of aggregates available in nearby quarries is almost nil and use of anti-stripping agent is not likely. However, If minimum retained coating in respect of aggregate brought by contractor is found to be less than 95 % and it is required to use antistripping agent, the same shall be provided as per manufacturer's instructions or as advised by testing lab as per approved job mix formula for which no extra payment shall be made. * Aggregate may satisfy requirement of either of these two tests. ** The water sensitivity test is only required if the minimum retained coating in the striping test is less than 95%. 18.6

GRADING OF AGGREGATE FOR BITUMINOUS MACADAM (combined aggregate grading) Mix designation Nominal aggregate size Layer thickness IS sieve (mm) 45 37.5 26.5 19 13.2 4.75 2.36 0.3 0.075 Binder content %age by weight of total mix

18.7

Grading 1 40 mm 80 – 100 mm

Grading 2 19 mm 50-75 mm

Cumulative % by weight of total aggregate passing 100 90 - 100 75 - 100 100 90 - 100 35 - 61 56 - 88 13 - 22 16 - 36 4 - 19 4 - 19 2 - 10 2 - 10 0-8 0-8 3.1. to 3.4 3.3 to 3.5

FINE AGGREGATE Fine aggregate shall consist of crushed or naturally occurring material, or a combination of the two passing 2.36 mm sieve and retained on 75-micron sieve. They shall be clean, hard, durable, dry and free from dust and soft or friable matter, organic or other deleterious matter

19.

MIX DESIGN CRITERIA

19.1

Mix for bituminous macadam shall be designed based on maximum Bulk Density but not less than 2350 kg/cum. JOB MIX FORMULA The blending of various types and sizes of aggregate shall be done on the basis of the requirements as indicated and optimum bitumen content within the specified limits.

20. 20.1

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For any increase in binder content specified in respective Schedule ‘A’ items and actual design at site, no adjustment will be done and quoted rates are deemed to be included the same

20.3

The tenderer shall submit their Job-mix formula to the Garrison Engineer within 30 days of the acceptance of contract duly tested from CRRI, New Delhi/IIT/NIT/Reputed Engg College for approval of the Job-mix formula for actual use.

20.4

The approved Job-mix formula shall remain effective unless and until the same is modified and re-approved by the Garrison Engineer. More than one Job-mix formula is permissible based upon the properties of actual materials available during construction of the project and also due to change in sources of material, if any. For any change in source of supply of aggregate, fresh mix design shall be got done and testing charges shall be borne by the contractor.

20.5

21.

PERMISSIBLE TOLERANCES (i) The permissible tolerances in gradations of aggregates shall be within the following limits:Description

Permissible variation

Aggregate passing 19 mm sieve or larger +8% Aggregate passing 13.2 mm, 9.5 mm +7% Aggregate passing 4.75 mm +6% Aggregate passing 2.36 mm, 1.18 mm, 0.6 mm +5% Aggregate passing 0.3mm, 0.15 mm +4% Aggregate passing 0.075 mm +2% Binder +0.3% (ii) The variations are intended to apply to individual specimens taken for quality control tests specified here-in-after. 22.

CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS

22.1 WEATHER AND SEASONAL LIMITATION Laying shall be suspended while free standing water is present on the surface to be covered, or during rain, fog and dust storms. After rain, the bituminous surface, prime or tack coat shall be blown off with a high pressure air jet to remove excess moisture, or the surface left to dry before laying shall start. Laying of bituminous mixtures shall not be carried out when the air temperature at the surface on which it is to be laid is below 100C or when the wind speed at any temperature exceeds 40 Km/h at 2m heights unless specifically approved by the Garrison Engineer. 22.2

PREPARATION OF BASE The surface shall be thoroughly swept clean by mechanical broom and dust removed by compressed air. In locations where a mechanical broom cannot access, other approved methods shall be used as directed by the GE.

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TACK COAT Tack coat shall be provided using bitumin VG 10 Grade as specified in Sch ‘A’.

23. 23.1

MIXING AND TRANSPORTING OF MIX The temperature of binder at the time of mixing shall be in the range of 150 degrees Celsius to 165 degrees Celsius and of the aggregates in the range of 150 degrees Celsius to 170 degrees Celsius, provided that at no time, the difference in temperature between the aggregates and binder shall exceed 14 degrees Celsius. The mixing shall be thorough to ensure that a homogeneous mixture is obtained in which all particles of the mineral aggregates are coated uniformly and temperature of mix shall not exceed 165 degrees Celsius.

23.2

Hot mix plant shall be used for mixing of aggregate and the binder. The binder shall be heated to the specified temperature. The aggregate shall be suitably warmed or heated before loading into hot mix plant. The correct quantity of each size of aggregate shall be fed into mixer with specified quantity of binder. Each batch shall be mixed to ensure thorough coating.

24. 24.1

SPREADING OF THE MIX The mix transported from the Hot-mix plant to the site shall be spread by means of self-propelled mechanical paver conforming to specifications given here in after.

25. 25.1

ROLLING AND COMPACTION After spreading by paver, the initial compaction shall be done by rolling with a set of 8 to 12 tonne rollers moving at a speed not more than 5 Km/hour or tandem vibratory roller in static mode. The final rolling shall be completed by operating tandem vibrator roller in vibratory mode till compaction levels are achieved. The wheels of the rollers are to be kept moist by using water as mentioned for the specifications for rollers. Rolling shall commence longitudinally from edge and proceed towards the centre. The roller shall proceed on the fresh material with rear or fixed wheel loading so as to minimize the pushing of the mix and each pass of the roller shall overlap the preceding one by half the width of the rear wheel, if normal 3 wheel static roller is deployed.

25.2

Rolling operations shall be conducted when the mix is neither too hot nor too cold, so that shoving or hair cracks may be eliminated. Rolling shall be continued till the density is achieved at least 98% of that of the Laboratory Marshall Specimen and all roller marks are eliminated.

25.3

Rolling operations shall be completed in all respects before the temperature of the mix falls below the limits as laid down in IRC SP-53.

26. 26.1

FINISHED SURFACE The compacted surfaces shall be uniform and conform to the lines, grades and typical cross sections indicated on the plans and shall present a satisfactory surface. When tested with a template and straight edge, the finished surface shall show no variation greater than 3mm over 3 metre length in longitudinal and cross profile where surface irregularity falls outside this tolerance, the same shall be rectified by Contractor at his own expense by adding fresh material over a suitable tack coat, if needed and recompacted to specifications. Where the surface is high full depth of layer shall be removed & replaced with fresh material and compacted to specifications

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JOINTS Where longitudinal joints are made in pre-mixed bituminous materials, the materials shall be fully compacted and the joint made flush in one of the following ways, only method (iii) shall be used for transverse joints:(i) By heating the joints with an approved joint heater when the adjacent width is being laid, but without cutting back or coating with binder. The heater shall raise the temperature of the full depth of material, to within the specified range of minimum rolling temperature and maximum temperature at any stage for the material, for a width not less than 75 mm. The Contractor shall have equipment available for use in the event of a heater breakdown, to form joints by method . (ii) By using two or more pavers operating in echelon, where this is practicable, and in sufficient proximity for adjacent widths to be fully compacted by continuous rolling. (iii) By cutting back the exposed joint, for a distance equal to the specified layer thickness, to a vertical face, discarding all loosened material and coating the vertical face completely with penetration grade as described in Schedule 'A' hot bitumen, or cold applied bitumen, or polymer modified adhesive tape with a minimum thickness of 2mm before the adjacent width is laid. All joints shall be offset at least 300 mm from parallel joints in the layer beneath or as directed, and in a layout approved by the Garrison Engineer , joints in the wearing course shall coincide with either the lane edge or the lane marking, which ever is appropriate . Longitudinal joints shall not be situated in the wheel track zones.

27 to 32 BLANK 33. MISSING DETAILS/SPECIFICATIONS. In case of any missing specification details, relevant provisions contained in IRC (Indian Road Congress) shall be followed during execution of the work. In case the same are not available in IRC also, the same will be followed from latest version of TIs published by E-in-C's Branch. 34. Blank 35.

QUALITY ASSURANCE

35.1

Adequate quality control at every stage of work is essential and the contractor shall establish a Field Laboratory which shall be suitably staffed having sufficient experience appointed by the contractor in conducting day to day quality control tests as enumerated in succeeding clauses. The laboratory in-charge shall work under the directions of Garrison Engineer and Engineer-in-Charge and tests to be conducted as per their approval. Sufficient number of machines and equipments shall be installed by the contractor so that all control tests could be performed at site. This shall be in addition to any other tests which will be required by the Garrison Engineer and Engineer-in-Charge through approved laboratory / test house. Expenses on all tests / procurement of machines or equipments etc. shall be deemed to be included in the rates quoted.

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The minimum machine and equipment shall be installed at site lab as given herein-after. LIST OF LABORATORY EQUIPMENT AT SITE LAB SHALL BE AS UNDER :Srl No. 1 1

Description

Qty

2 Liquid limit device

3 1

2

Ppal liquid limit penetrometer

1

3

Soil Densities (a) Core cutter

(b) 4

Proctor needle spring type

2

5

Proctor compaction apparatus

1

6

Rapid moisture meter

2

7

Hammer 4.89 kg for heavy compaction

1

8

Pycnometer flask

2

9

Aggregate impact tester

1

10

Aggregate crushing value apparatus

1

11

Los angeles abrasion testing machine

1

12

Sand bath apparatus

1

13

Anderson pipette

2

14

Sieve sets

2

15

Organic impurities testing set

1

16

Vicat needle apparatus

1

17

Tensile briquettes testing machine

1

18

Briquette moulds

2

19

Cube moulds 15X15x15 cm

20

Beam moulds

21

Vibration machine for cube moulds

15x15x70 (cm)

4

2 2

Sand replacement method

7.06x7.06x7.06

Remarks

(cm)

&

One digital

9 & 18 36 2 Contd\..

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(LIST OF LABORATORY EQUIPMENT CONTD…/-) 1 22

Le Chatlier moulds

3 2

23

Desicator

1

24

Bulk density apparatus

2

25

Water testing kit

2

26

Measuring cylinder 25 ml, 100ml

5

27

(a) Electric oven (b) Field oven heated with oil stove Digital Weigh Balance (a) 250 gms (b) 10 Kg (c) 100 kg Cylinder core cutting Machine with 10 & 15 cm dia core bit Thermometer (a) Normal (b) Bitumen (c) Max-Min (d) Relative humidity (e) Rain gauge

2 1

28

29 30

2

4

2 2 1 2

3 6 2 1 1

31

Wind velocity

1

32

Weighing platform 80 T

1

33

Slump test apparatus

3

34

Compaction proctor apparatus

2

35

(a) Digital Compression testing machine (b) Digital Flexural strength testing attachment

1 1

36

Digital Flexural testing machine

1

37

Concrete testing hammers

2

38

Digital Marshall stability test apparatus

1

39 40

Benzene distillation plant Centrifuge bitumen extractor

1 1

42

Stop watch

2

43

Ring and ball apparatus

1

44

Visco-meter Brookfield DV pro model with all attachment.

1

45

Pneskey open cup

1

46

Film stripping device

1

47

1

48

Hot bath apparatus with temperature range control 0-80 deg C. Steam boiler for Leechatlier moulds

1

49

Variable frequency table vibrator

1

50

(a) Every balance 50 Kg (b) Every balance spring 20 Kg

1 2

50% shall be digita l

Make Aimil

-

Do-

Make: Aimil (AIM-588)

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(LIST OF LABORATORY EQUIPMENT CONTD…/-) 1 51

2 (a) Thickness gauge for elongation (b) Length gauge for elongation

3 1 1

52

Water tank for curing as required made lacally of stone/PCC block

1

53

Hand gloves of rubber

10

54

Wash bottles 500 ml

10

55

Specific gravity bottles (a) 50 ml (b) 100 ml

4 4

56

Volumetric flask

2

57

Bowls enameled (a) 1 Litre (b) 5 Litre

8 4

58

Enamelled trays

59

Aluminium trays

12

60

Crucible of porcelain

10

61

Hammers 14 lbs and 8 lbs

62

2 4

63

Tape measuring (a) 15 m (b) 5 m M S Round 20mm dia and 0.6m long

64

Steel scales

8

65

Set of wire brushes

4

66

IS Sieve 1.70mm

4

67

Stove oil

3

68

Trimming blade 6”

5

69

Stapula 4”

5

70

Sample extractor

2

71

Digital Vernier calipers

2

72 73

Adjustable spanners&Set of spanners Penetration test Bitumen

2 1

74

Compression Proving Ring 200 t capacity (calibrated from National physical lab New Delhi) Compaction factor apparatus

1

75 76

12” x15” 12’

18

2 each

4

1

Moisture cans

(a) 1 gallon (b) 4/5 gallon

6 6

77

Thin film oven test for Bitumen

1

78

Chemicals

79

Straight edge 3m long

As requir ed10

4

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(LIST OF LABORATORY EQUIPMENT CONTD…/-) 1 80

2 Density Basket for Sp gravity test

3 1

81

Sieve Shaker capable of testing 200 mm and 300 mm dia Sieves electrically operated with the switch assemble

2

82

Digital infrared Thermometer / Laser guided thermal sensor based thermometer.

02

83

Dynamic cone penetrometer (Field CBR value test) FREEZER FOR ICE CUBES

2

Digital ductility testing machine (Make: Aimil (AIM 565) Asphalt mixer vertical(Make: Aimil (AIM 575) Asphalt content tester (Make: Aimil (AIM 590)

1

84 85 86 87

4

1

1 1

36.0 INDEPENDENT TESTING / THIRD PARTY TESTING The further tests listed in table hereinafter will be carried out in site lab and independent testing in IITs/SEMT Shriram Lab Delhi/CRRI/NITRA through department as mentioned against each. In case method of tests is at variance with the classes mentioned hereinbefore the relevant IS shall supersede in this regard. The charges for getting the tests done in independent lab through department including transporting the testing material shall be deemed to be included in the rates quoted and no extra claim on this account shall be admissible.

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(b)

Name of Test

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

2. (a)

COARSE AGGREGATE Specific gravity

(b)

Water absorbtion

Frequency

No of test in site lab

189

No of tests in IITs/SEMT/Shriram Lab

Once for each consignment

100%

5%

Once for each

100% in approved NABL accredited lab

9%

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

100% site lab/approved NABL accredited lab

5%

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

100% site lab/approved NABL accredited lab

5%

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36.2 TESTING(contd) (c)

Soundness

One for each source for sample approval and once more for confirmation in the first lot. After that once in every month.

100% site lab/approved NABL accredited lab

5%

(d)

Organic impurities

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

100% site lab/approved NABL accredited lab

5%

(e) (f) (g)

Crushing value Impact value Losangeles Abrasion test Deletereous materials Sieve analysis Flakiness & elongation index Moisture content

One test per each size for every 100 cum One test per each size for every 100 cum One test per each size for every 100 cum

100% 100% 100%

5% 5% 5%

100% 100% 100%

5% 5% 5%

100%

-

100%

5%(Min once for each quarry)

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

Stripping aggregates

value

One test per each size for every 100 cum One test per each size for every 50 cum One test per each size for every 100 cum or part thereof Regularly at every one hour interval during batch mixing of Initially for aggregate from each quarry and subsequently whenever change in quality of aggregate/quarry noticed.

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36.3 TESTING(contd) 3.

FINE AGGREGATE

(a)

Specific gravity

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

100% site lab/approved NABL accredited lab

5%

(b)

Organic impurities

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

100% site lab/approved NABL accredited lab

5%

(c) (d)

Sieve analysis Moisture content

100% 100%

5% -

(e) 4.

Clay and silt impurities PAVING BITUMEN VG-30

One test per each size for every 15 cum Regularly at every one hour interval during batch mixing One test per each size for every 15 cum

100%

5%

(a)

Absolute viscosity

(b)

Flash point

&

kinetic

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

100%

5%

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

100%

5%

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36.4 TESTING (contd) (c)

Penetration

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

100%

5%

(d)

Softening point

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

100%

5%

(e)

Viscosity & ductility on One sample from each container recd on a day or residue from thin film minimum three randomly selected containers in oven tests case numbers of containers recd more than three and upto 50.

100%

5%

5.

POLYMER MODIFIED BITUMEN (PMB-40)

(a)

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

Sample from each container recd

100%

5%

Sample Sample Sample Sample

recd recd recd recd

100% 100% 100% 100%

5% 5% 5% 5%

Sample from each container recd

100%

5%

Frass breaking

Initially on submission

-

(b) (c) (d) (e) (f)

(g)

from from from from

each each each each

container container container container

100%

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36.5 TESTING(contd) 6. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e)

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

7.

TESTS ON PQC PAVEMENT

(a) (b)

Flexural strength beam samples Cube strength

(c)

Core strength

of

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

100%

2%

100% 100%

2%

100%

-

100%

-

100%

2%

100%

2%

100%

2%

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36.6 TESTING (contd) 8.

TESTS ON BITUMINOUS

(a)

Marshal flow

(b)

stability

and

PAVEMENT For every 100 ton of mix

100%

2%

Bitumen content

For every 100 ton of mix

100%

2%

(c)

Percentage air voids

For every 100 ton of mix

100%

2%

(d)

Field density

One sample (3 specimens) for every 1000sqm area

100%

2%

9.

TESTS ON GLASS GRID

(a)

Tensile strength

Once during sample approval and subsequently for every lot of supply

-

100%

(b)

Elongation at break

Once during sample approval and subsequently for every lot of supply

-

100%

(c)

Melting point

Once during sample approval and subsequently for every lot of supply

-

100%

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36.7 TESTING (contd) 9.

WATER

Initially then quarterly

-

10

ADMIXTURE

Min one test per lot

-

-

11

CURING COMPOUND

Min one test per lot

-

-

12

FILLER BOARD

Min one test per lot

-

-

13

POLYURETHANE SEALANT PRIMER JOINT

Min one test per lot

-

-

Min one test per lot

-

-

14 15 16 17 18

DBM CORE TEST Each Layer DAC CORE TEST Each Layer POLYTHENE SHEET Only independent test one test per lot TEST ON EARTHWORK FOR SHOULDERS/EMBANKMENT Sieve Analysis (Gradation) 1 test per 250 cum of good earth. Sand Content Plasticity Test Density Test Deleterious Content Test Moisture Content

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

-

100%

5%

100%

5%

100%

2%

100% 100% 100% 100% 100%

2% 2% 2% 2% -

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36A.

1 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Sl No

QUALITY CONTROL PLAN (To be submitted by contractor within 30 days of commencement of contract) PART I Contract Agreement Reference No CPM Net work prepared and approved by GE Resource scheduling done base on CPM Site Laboratory (with equipments) set up as per Contract Agreement (CA) Concrete mix design submitted and approved. Preliminary works completed to standard engineering practice Arrangements for water made (including testing of water). Arrangement for electric supply made Materials Item Source as per Contractor’s Refer to Agency for Responsibility for CA plan of testing testing testing Sourcing clause

10.

List of all T & P, make and numbers that the contractor would deploy at site of work.

11.

Name of person nominated by contractor for exercising quality control.

12.

Qualifications / Experience of person at Serial No. 11 above.

13.

Names of supervisors with their qualifications / experience employed by contractor.

14.

Confirmation that contract requirements relating to quality of all materials and quality standards of workmanship and finishes and acceptance criteria are explained and understood by all.

15.

Confirmation that requirement of tests to be conducted on materials before approval of samples and during execution, tests on workmanship, tests before acceptance including the testing procedure, sampling techniques, frequency and agencies responsible for testing are understood and shall be complied with.

16.

Method to be adopted for maintaining records of test result.

17.

Certificate that contractor shall maintain a log of all materials received at site as per the following format :-

Sl No 18

Date

Material

Quantity received

Source

Whether as per approved sample or not

Test carried out by supplier

General Remarks by contractor of his plan of actions to ensure that quality standards.

Date

(Signature of Contractor)

Tests to be carried out before incorporation

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PART-II (To be completed by GE before forwarding for approval by CWE) 1. 2. 3.

4.

5.

Verification of Serial No 2 to 8 of Part I. Verification of Serial No 9 to 18 of Part I. Confirmation that Stage Passing Register laying down the stages and authority responsible for approving the same has been prepared, shown to contractor and kept at site. Confirmation that all sites as required by contract had been handed over to contractor on the date fixed in the Work Order No 01. Confirmation that arrangements for Govt liability in supply of water electricity have been made and no hold up on this account is expected.

(Signature of GE)

Date

Approved by CWE

Signature of Contractor

Asst Dir (Contracts) for Accepting Officer

197

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37.

PLANTS / MACHINE TO BE USED

37.1

PAVER FINISHER

37.1.1

Paver finisher shall have the following essential features :(a) Loading hoppers and suitable distributing mechanism. (b) Hydrostatic drive / control for all drives. (c) Hydraulically extendable screed for appropriate width requirement. (d) The screed shall have tamping and vibrating arrangement for initial compaction to the layer as it is spread without rutting or spoiling the surface. It shall have adjustable amplitude and infinitely variable frequency. (e) Necessary control mechanism so as to ensure that the finished surface is free from surface blemishes. (f) Electronic sensing device for automatic levelling and profile control within the specified tolerances.

37.2

(g) Internal heating arrangement for screed. SPRAYING FOR PRIME AND TACK COAT

37.2.1

A tipper mounted with storage douser for bitumen with heating arrangement and having nozzle fixed at end with suitable pumping arrangement to spray the heated bitumen. The system should have a built-in arrangement to control the speed of the vehicle to give exact / desired quantity of bitumen to be sprayed.

37.3

TIPPERS

37.3.1

37.4.

Tippers deployed for transportation of bituminous macadam should be directly able to discharge into the paver hopper and shall have suitable hydraulic control for operating the system. The minimum carrying capacity of Tipper shall be 6 tonne. ROLLERS OR COMPACTION EQUIPMENT

37.4.1

TANDEM VIBRATORY ROLLER

37.4.1. 1

Tandem Vibratory roller shall be of make Vibromax 752B or equivalent. The machine shall have both modes of compaction i.e. static mode as well as vibratory mode. It is desirable to use the static mode for the initial rolling and then resort to vibratory rolling and final finishing to be done by static rolling. The machine shall have auto water spraying system.

38. 38.1

FLIGHT SAFETY MEASURES POSITIONING OF MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT

38.1.1

Machinery and equipment shall be positioned at least 500 feet away from the centre line of runway which is in use (away from cleared zones), on either side while the work is in progress on proposed site.

38.2

ENTRY & EXIT

38.2.1

The entry and exit to the airfield for the contractor and his labours and machinery and equipment shall be through the pre designated routes only. This route shall be briefed to the contractor by the department before commencement of work.

38.3

CROSSING OF RUNWAY

38.3.1

Crossing of runway and TTs, which is in use by aircraft at any time is “strictly prohibited”.

39.

FOD

39.1

No loose material shall be thrown around the maneuvering area/TT/runway, which is in use. The contractor shall remove all loose material / wooden twigs or any other material from the resurfaced portion of the runway after completion of work.

39.2

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40.

OPENING TO TRAFFIC

40.1

Traffic may be allowed immediately after completion of the final rolling when the mix has cooled down to the ambient temperature.

41.

USE OF PAVEMENT

41.1

Under any circumstances the pavement shall not be used for transportation of materials except for movement of tippers, sprayers, pavers etc., which are required in connection with the execution of the work. However during the progress of work on proposed site, the contractor has to construct suitable temporary screen barricades preferably made of galvanised iron sheets duly painted on both side or any other location which is necessary to do so in the site executives or as directed by GE to avoid any untoward accident and damage to man and property. The cost to this shall be deemed to be included in the rates quoted by the tenderer for complete job and no extra shall be admissible to the contractor for the same. LIST OF MANUFACTURERS The make of various items of materials shall be as per Appx ‘A’ & ‘B’ to PS. The contractor shall ensure that the items of these makes only are incorporated in the work, which conform to the relevant specifications / requirements/ stipulation in the contract. Also other products which are equivalent in the specification having IS certificate shall be permitted in the work if approved by GE. The make of items which are not covered in the list of manufacturers / Schedule ‘A’ shall be as approved by GE. MATERIALS AND TESTING A list of tests to be carried out for various materials are given here in after in PS clause 46.5 in addition to the tests given here-in-before and as per the format given here-inafter. Contractor has to setup a full fledged laboratory at site for carrying out all types of tests as per frequency specified in the CA. Contractor shall be responsible for such tests to be carried out and for that he shall employ competent technical staff as approved by GE (whose pay/expenditure shall be borne by the contractor). The tests shall be carried out in the presence of Engineer-in-Charge. A record to this effect shall be prepared and signed by both parties i.e., contractor and Engineer-in-Charge. The record should show, “The test to be carried out, type of test, number of tests, interval of tests, the details of minimum requirements, the test results’ and all other relevant information necessary. No charges for the tests carried out in site laboratory of contractor shall be recovered as the same are to be done at the cost of contractor in site laboratory. The materials, testing equipments etc., required for testing shall be provided by the contractor. The expenditure involved towards cost of material for tests equipment etc., shall be borne by the contractor. In case of failure of tests, the contractor shall make on account of failure of tests. The material, testing equipment, two computer (Pentium IV Core 2 Processor) with required software , Laser jet printers (01 Coloured + 01 Black& white) , UPS and furniture in the lab, as well as conveyance for field survey / testing etc shall be provided by contractor without any extra cost. Two Nos data operator qualified in computer field from recognized institute shall be provided by the contractor from date of commencement of work till clearance of final bill without any extra cost. If the contractor does not carryout any of the tests as specified or for any less number of tests carried out, recovery to that effect shall be made recovery rate shall be as decided by CWE. In case the contractor is unable to carryout certain tests due to break down of testing equipments/non availabilities of testing equipments, the required tests shall be got carried out in Govt Lab/College as approved by GE and cost of such shall be borne by the contractor.

42. 42.1

43. 43.1

43.2

43.3

43.4

The safety of the site laboratory from any possible damages or loss due to thefts etc (other than accepted risks) shall be contractor’s responsibility and no compensation will be payable by MES to contractor in the case of any loss/damage.

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Srl No 1.

2.

QUALITY CONTROL TESTS (a) Control tests on Tarmac/Hard standing Type of construction Granular

Lime/cement stabilised soil sub base

Test

One test per 200 CUM One test per 200 CUM One test per 250 Sqm

(i) Quality of lime/cement

One test for each consignment subject to maximum of one test per 5 tonnes Regularly through procedural checks Periodically as considered necessary As required

(iii) Degree of pulverisation (iv) CBR or unconfined compressive strength test on a set of three specimen (v) Moisture content prior to compaction (vi) Density of compacted layer (vii) Deleterious constituents Prime Coat/Tack (i) Quality of binder Coat/Fog Spray (ii) Binder temperature for application (iii) Rate of spread of binder 4.

Frequency (min.)

(i) Gradation (ii) Atterberg limits (iii) Moisture content prior to compaction (iv) Density of compacted layer (v) Deleterious constituents (vi) C.B.R.

(ii) Lime/Cement content

3.

200

(i) Quality of binder Bituminous Macadam/ Dense bituminous macadam/Semi Dense Asphaltic Concrete/Dense Aphaltic Concrete (ii) Aggregates impact value/Loss Angeles Abrasion Value (iii) Flakiness Index and Elongation Index (iv) Striping value

(v) Water absorption of aggregates (vi) Soundness (Magnesium and Sodium Sulphate)

(vii) Sand equivalent test (viii) Plasticity Index (ix) Polished stone value

One test per 500 Sqm As required As required

One test per 250 Sqm One test per 500 Sqm As required Number of samples per lot and test as per IS: 73, IS: 217 and IS: 8887 as applicable At regular close intervals One test per 500 Sqm and not less than two tests per day Number of samples per lot and test as per IS: 73, IS: 217 and IS: 8887 as applicable

One test per 200 CUM of aggregate One test per 50 CUM of aggregate Initially one set of three representative specimens for each source of supply. Subsequently when the warranted by changes in the quality of aggregate -doInitially one determination by each method for each of supply, then as warranted by change in the quality of aggregates As required As required As required, for Semi Dense Bituminous Concrete / Bituminous concrete

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(xii) Stability of mix

(xiii) Water sensitivity of mix (Retained tensile Strength)

(xiv) Swell test on the mix (xv) Control of temperature of binder in boiler, aggregate in the dryer and mix at the time of laying and rolling (xvi) Control of binder content and grading of mix (xvii) Rate of spread of mixed materials (xviii) Density of compacted layer 5.

Water Macadam

1.

Cement

Physical and Chemical Tests

IS : 269 – 1967, 445 – 1964, 14891967, 8112

2.

Coarse and fine aggregate

(i) Gradation

IS : 2386 Part I – 1963

(ii) Deleterious constituents

IS : 2386 Part II – 1963

(iii) Moisture content

IS : 2386 Part III – 1963

201

When gravel is used, one test per 50 CUM of aggregate One set of tests on individual constituents and mixed aggregates from the dryer for each 400 tonnes of mix subject to a minimum of two tests per plant per day For each 400 tonnes of mix produced, a set of 3 Marshall specimen to be prepared and tested for suitability, flow value, density and void content subject to minimum of two sets being tested per plant per day Initially one set of three representative specimens for each source of supply. Subsequently when the warranted by changes in the quality of aggregate (if required) As required for the Bituminous Concrete At regular close intervals

One test for each 400 tonnes of mix subject to a minimum two tests per day pert plant Regular control through checks on weight of mixed materials and layer thickness One test per 250 Sqm area

Bound (i) Aggregate impact value One test per 200 Cum One test per 100 Cum (ii) Grading (iii) FI & EI One test per 200 Cum One test per 25 Cum (iv) Atterberg limits of binding material 6 Water Mix (i) Aggregate impact value One test per 200 Cum Macadam (ii) Grading One test per 100 Cum (iii) FI & EI One test per 200 Cum (iv) Atterberg limits of binding One test per 100 Cum material One test per 500 Sqm (v) Density (b) CONSTITUENT TEST ON MATERIALS AND WORKABILITY OF CONCRETE Srl Material Test Test method Minimum desirable frequency No Once for each source of supply and occasionally when called for in case of long and / or improper storage. One test for 100 Cum of each fraction of coarse aggregate and fine aggregate. -do-

Regularly as required subject to a minimum of one tests / day for coarse aggregate and two tests / day for fine aggregate.

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Coarse aggregate

4.

(iii) Alkali aggregate reactivity Chemical tests

Water

(c) Srl No 1. 2.

(iv) Bulking of fine Aggregate (for volume Batching) (i) Los Angles Abrasion Value / Aggregate Impact Test (ii) Soundness

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-do-

Once for each source for deriving the moisture content bulking relationship. IS : 2386 Part IV – Once for each source of 1963 supply and subsequently when warranted by changes in the quality of aggregate. IS : 2386 Part V – -do1963 IS : 2386 Part VII -do– 1963

IS : 456 – 1964 Once for approval of source of supply subsequently only in case of doubt. CONTROL OF CONCRETE STRENGTH Test Test method Minimum desirable frequency Workability of fresh concrete

IS : 1199 – 1950 IS : 516 – 1959

Concrete strength

One test per 10 m3 FOR PQC 9 cube and 9 beam samples as specified for each age of 7 days and 28 days as specified. Site lab test will be carried out at the site @ one test per every 90 Cum of PQC For other than PQC the testing shall be carried out as per IS – 456-2000.

(d) CHARACTERISTIC OF AGGREGATE / BINDING MATERIAL / SCREENING FOR WBM, SURFACE, BASES & SUB BASE COURSES Sl No

Loc atio n Km /m

1

2

Sl No

1

Layer num ber from botto m 3

Type of aggrega te

Grading 10 80 0 m m m m

4

5

6

% Passing through 63 50 40 20 m m m m m m m m

7

8

9

Aggregate impact value

Flakiness Index

Screening

% 20

% 22

LL 24

Dat e

2

Ref 21

Ref 23

PI 25

10

IS sieve 12. 10 5 m m m m

6. 3 m m

4.7 5 m m

60 0 mi c

300 mic

15 0 m m

75 m m

Re f

11

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

Ref 26

12

PI value of Binding Material % Ref 27 28

(e) SURFACE EVENNESS RECORD Location State Grade Camber Km / m of work At From At. From Left Centre Righ 6 edge 6 edge t lef righ t t 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Record by JE 29

Recorded by

Remarks

30

Remar ks

JE

12

13

Note :- This test is to be done regularly along with the progress of work at different stages starting from sub-base to B/T surface.

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(a) Road marking paint shall be all as specified in Sch ‘A’ and of first quality and shall be procured from any of the following manufacturer or from their authorized dealers:(i) M/s Jenson and Nicholson (Brolac) (ii) M/s Shalimar Paints (Superlac) (iii) M/s Berger Paints (Luxol) (iii) M/s Asian Paints (Apcolite) (b) The road making paint shall be applied strictly as per manufacturer’s instructions. (c) The contractor shall submit samples of the paints for the project along with results of tests conducted in approved laboratory, as directed by the Engineer-in-Charge, for approval. The manufacturer’s recommendations shall also be submitted for the consideration and approval of the GE well in advance.

44.2.

44.3.

(d) The paint shall be brought to the site of work by the contractor in original sealed containers. The material shall be brought in one lot in adequate quantity to suffice for the entire work. The material shall be kept in the joint custody of the contractor and the Engineer-in-Charge. The empties shall not be removed from the site of wrok, till the work has been completed and permission obtained from the GE. PREPARATION OF SURFACE (a) The surface shall be thoroughly cleaned and dusted. All dirt, scales, oil and greases shall be thoroughly removed before painting is started. The prepared surface shall be inspected and approved by the GE before painting in commenced. The weather shall not be foggy/rainy, dusty or windy. The suitability of weather will be determined by the Engineer-in-Charge. APPLICATION (a) Before pouring into smaller containers for use, the paint shall be stirred thoroughly in its original container. The paint shall be continuously stirred in the smaller contained while applying to surface so that its consistency is kept uniform. A time interval as recommended by the manufacturer or as directed by the Engineer-in-Charge shall elapse, between laying and finished of the bituminous and cement concrete surfaces and the time of marking the pavement (b) The painting shall be applied evenly and smoothly by means of crossing and laying off. The crossing and laying off consists of covering the area over with paint, brushing the surface hard for the first time over and then brushing alternatively in opposite direction, two or three times and then finally brushing, lightly in a direction at right angle to the same. In this process, no brush marks shall be left after the laying off is finished. The full process of crossing and laying off will constitute one of the contractor without any extra cost to the department. (c) Each coat shall be allowed to dry out thoroughly before the next coat applied. (d) Earlier applied coat shall be cleaned off dust before the next coat is applied. (e) No left over paint shall be put back into the stock tins. When not in use, the containers shall be kept properly closed.

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60 EXTERNAL ELECTRIFICATION 60.1 GENERAL 60.1.1 Specifications of materials and workmanship shall be all as described in MES Schedule (Part -I) except where specifically mentioned otherwise in these documents. General rules, preambles to various sections, rates, special conditions, methods of measurements etc given in MES Schedule shall apply to this contract unless otherwise mentioned in these tender documents. The location and distribution of various items in the drawings are tentative. Alterations can be made by the GE as per site requirements and there shall be no price adjustment on this account. The lump sum quoted by the contractor against Schedule ‘A’ shall be deemed to include expenditure on account of all extras which are not specifically shown on drawings or given in particular specifications but are essential to the execution of work.

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60.1.2 In case of difference of opinion in this respect between the contractor and GE/CWE, the decision of the Accepting Officer shall be final, conclusive and binding. 60.2

On completion of entire work the contractor shall submit in triplicate to the Engineer in Charge layout plan showing actual position of poles, overhead lines, routes, cable run and all other information that will be necessary for maintenance and operation.

60.3

LAYOUT The layout of OH lines/UG cable shown on site plan is tentative. The electric lines and cables shall be laid by the route as actually directed by the Engineer in Charge. The contractor shall measure on the ground the actual length along with route and work out the exact requirement of electric lines and cable before placing order for the same.

60.4

EXCAVATION AND EARTH WORK

60.4.1 Excavation for laying of underground cables/poles/struts and fixing of stay, etc shall be restricted to dimensions shown in the drawings and as directed by the Engineer in Charge. The minimum depth and width of the trenches shall be as laid in paras 19.74, 19.74.1 and 19.76 of SSR Part I respectively. In case of excavation of poles/struts and stays, excavation in excess of required depth shall be made good by the contractor in cement concrete 1:4:8 type D-2 without any extra cost to the Govt. 60.4.2 The trenches for cables shall be excavated to levels/gradients as directed by the Engineer in Charge. 60.4.3 All excavated earth shall be deposited at least one metre clear to the edge of the excavation. When roads have to be crossed, trench upto half the width of road shall be dug at a time and proper notice, sign boards and lights shall be displayed and watchman posted to prevent accident. 60.4.4 Refilling of earth in trenches shall be done in 25cm thick layers with excavated soil approved by the Engineer- in- Charge in a manner and to ensure greater compactness and solidity. Each layer shall be well rammed, surplus soil removed as provided in Sch ‘A’. CONCRETE, BRICKS, AGGREGATE SAND ETC Concrete work shall be carried out all as specified here-in-before. For other general specifications such as bricks, aggregates, sand etc refer relevant items in Schedule ‘A’ and Particular specifications given here in before. 60.5 & 60.6 BLANK 60.7 CABLE PROTECTION (a) Cable shall be protected in trenches by providing sand cushioning and cable covers all as described in Schedule ‘A’ items. 60.4.5

(b) On poles/walls cable shall be protected by GI protection pipes all as specified. The pipes shall be fixed to pole by means of proper MS clamps. (c)

Pipe for laying of cable and earth wire shall conform to IS 1239.

60.8

CABLE END BOX Cable end box shall be epoxy cold resin filled type suitable for relay voltage grade as described and jointed as per relevant IS/manufacturers instruction.

60.9

CABLE GLANDS Cable glands shall be of brass chromium plated of appropriate size as per IE Rules.

60.10 BLANK 60.11 SUPPORTS, CLAMPS ETC 60.11.1 The clamps shall be made out of MS flat iron of size not less than 50 x 6mm. All nuts, bolts, washers used in fixing clamps shall be of galvanised mild steel and of size 19mm dia. 60.11.2 While calculating the weight of steel, the weight of nuts/bolts/washers etc shall be included for payment and weight of paint will not be included for payment.

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EARTH WIRE

60.12.1 Earth wire shall be of 4mm dia galvanised iron and shall be stretched on poles with clamps or eye body hooks. 60.12.2 The earth wire shall be paid by weight either by calculating from table or actual, should these differ only lesser shall be paid. No extra allowance for sag and jointing shall be made while computing the weight of GI wire 60.12.3 Earthing to metal supports with and accessories shall be done by 2.5mm dia wire, connected to main continuous earth wire running on poles. Nothing extra shall be paid on this account. 60.13 & 51.14 60.15.

BLANK

The contractor shall furnish the test certificate from the manufacturers of the following equipments /instruments, material and accessories to GE, in accordance with the relevant IS. (a) Cable end joint kits. (b) Cables

60.16 & 60.17 BLANK 60.18

LAYING OF HT/LT CABLES

60.18.1 The work of underground cables shall be carried out as specified in IS-1255-1983 or latest edition and as described in section 19 (Electrical works section) sub clause 19.74 to 19.82.2 and 19.83 to 19.86.1 of MES Standard Schedule of Rates 1991 (Part –I specifications). The cables under road crossing, railway tracks etc (existing or proposed) shall be enclosed in GI pipes. The sizes of the pipes shall be as decided by the Engineer-in-Charge or as described in Schedule ‘A’. Size of the pipe shall be such that the suitable space around the cable is available. The pipe shall be provided through out the width of roads, drains and extended for 1200mm on either side of the road. The joints of GI pipe shall be as specified in standard schedule of Rates 1991 (Part-I specifications). GI pipes shall be of light grade conforming to IS : 1239. The both ends of pipes shall be sealed with wooded plug/pegs and bitumen compound after drawing the cable through pipe. 60.18.2 Where the cables are to be laid in the trenches, 80mm thick cushion of clean dry sand shall be provided in the trench before laying the cable. After the cable has been uncoiled and laid properly into the trenches, it shall be covered with dry sand to a depth of 150mm. This sand will gently punned down thus providing good bedding for the protective cable covers. The punning shall be done by hand and mechanical punners shall not be used. The depth of cable trenches shall be minimum 600mm and 800 mm respectively for LT and HT cables and width of the trenching shall not be less than 450mm. 60.18.3 The reinforced pre cast concrete cover or bricks for protection of cable for covering the cables shall be as specified herein before. The pre cast cover shall be laid flat (width of protection being equal to length of brick). After the layer of pre cast cover/brick is laid the remaining trenches will be filled with excavated earth all as described in Schedule ‘A’ 60.18.4 Care should be taken during laying of cable to avoid sharp bending and twisting. Cable shall be unwound from the drum by lifting the drum on the center shaft supported both ends with suitable Jacks/stands. Under no circumstances the cable winding shall be lifted off a coil or drum lying flat at the flanges to avoid serious twist and damages. Further the minimum bending radius of 15 x diameter of the cable should be ensured. 60.18.5 The cable shall be snaked to provide a 4 metres length of cable for further joints at all straight joints (both side of the joint i.e. 4 metres on each side) of cable laid in trenches and a 3 mtrs lengths at terminal cable boxes. The above additional length of cable specified for snaking shall also be measured and paid for under the respective items of cables in Sch ‘A’. Laying pre cast cover/brick protection and sand cushion at places where cables are snaked shall be done as directed by the GE.

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Cable path indicators shall be provided at distance of every 100 meters and at cable joints and turning of all cables except for street light cables and 2 core cables. The cost of these indicators shall be deemed to be included in the unit rates quoted for the respective cables. Cable path indicators shall be of CI plate of minimum 150mm dia and 4mm thick indicating cable size and voltage written on it. The CI path indicator shall be fixed on MS angle iron with minimum two numbers of nuts and bolts. The nuts shall be tuck welded with bolts after full tightening. The size of MS angle iron shall be 30mm x 30mm x 6 mm and the length of angle iron should be 900mm adequate to ensure minimum planting depth of 400 mm below ground and 300 mm above GL. The angle iron, at the location of planting should be splitted and bent to shape to provide better grip and should be embedded in PCC (1:3:6) type C-1 using 20mm graded crushed stone aggregate and of size 200x200x300mm. MS angle iron shall be painted with one coat of red oxide primer through out length and there after it will be painted with two coats of synthetic enamel paint and bituminous paint in the portion above ground and below ground respectively. The cable path indicators

shall be erected at the time of refilling the trenches and the cable path indicator shall be painted as under: (i) For HT 11 KV cables - “BROWN” (ii) For LT cables - “BLUE” 60.18.7 While laying cables in ducts, care should be taken to ensure that the cables do not touch each other and minimum clear gap equivalent to diameter of the bigger cable should be provided. Further the cables should be fixed with suitable MS Flat iron (Minimum size 20mm x 3 mm) clamps in the cable ducts to avoid jumbling. If necessary, cables may be fixed with clamps on the walls of the duct. Where cables are to be fixed by means of suitable clamps or bracket or on cable racks fixed along poles/steel structure, they shall be drawn through pipe as directed. Wherever the cables are embedded in the floor, it should be laid in the GI pipe all as directed. The cost of clamps etc shall be deemed to be included in the unit rate quoted for the respective cables. 60.18.8 Lay out of cables shown in the drawings is for guidance only. The contractor shall, however, verify the cable lengths actually required at site before procurement of the same. 60.18.9 Joints in cable shall not be at distance less than 300 meters. When large length of cable are to be laid, exceeding 500 metre, which is a standard drum length, the joints will be done at interval of 500 metre. Straight through joints shall be measured and paid separately under the respective items of Schedule ‘A’ . 60.18.10 The unit rates quoted for respective LT cables, shall be deemed to include the cost of cable glands, lugs/thimbles, preparation and making cable end joints including crimpling etc all as specified. The termination of LT cables into Transformers/ Switch gears/Feeder pillarboxes/Distribution boxes shall in-variably be done through lugs or thimbles only to avoid loose connections. No termination of cables without suitable lugs/thimbles will be accepted. However, cable termination in case of HT cables shall be measured and paid separately under the respective items of Schedule ‘A’. 60.18.11 The metal sheath, metal screen (if any) and armour of all the LT/HT cables should be effectively earthed at both the ends all as specified in IS-1255-1983 and SSR part I of 1991. 60.18.12. The cables should be purchased directly from the manufacturers or their authorized dealers only. Contractor should also submit the test certificate from the manufacturers besides carrying out the field tests. All new cables should be tested for insulation resistance using 1000 V, 2.5 KV and 5.0 KV IR Tester for LT, 11 KV and 33 KV grade cables respectively. Cables should be tested for insulation resistance between all the phase to phase and from each phase to earth before decoiling the cable from the drum and also after laying the cable in the trenches. Only after satisfactory results are obtained, cable jointing and termination work should commence. The test results of completed cable installation should also be measured and entered into record book for comparison purposes during service life of the cable installations. Arrangement for carrying out all these tests shall be made by the contractor without any extra cost to Govt in the presence of Garrison Engineer/Engineer-in-Charge. The record of all such tests shall also be signed by Engineer-in-charge and contractor and countersigned by Garrison Engineer. At the closing of the work on every day, cable ends should be covered with suitable rubber/plastic caps and sealed effectively by insulating tap/bitumen to avoid any ingress of moisture into the cable.

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60.18.13. Unless otherwise specified in Sch’A’ the cost of cutting through roads/drains for laying cable under roads/drains and making good shall be deemed to be included in the unit rate of cables laid in pipes. 60.18.14. Wherever HT/LT cable will be crossing or running Parallel to existing telephone cables, suitable measures will be taken and distance will be observed as per relevant ISS/IE Rules on the subject.

Signature of contractor Dated:

Astt Dir (Contracts) For Accepting Officer

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APPENDIX ‘A’ TO PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS APPROVED MAKES/NAMES OF FIRMS FOR PRODUCTS TO BE INCORPORATED IN WORK Note: The make of various items of materials are as under. The contractor shall ensure that the items of these makes only are incorporated in the work, which conforms to the relevant specification/requirements/ stipulation in the contract. Also other products which are equivalent in the specification having IS certificate shall be permitted in the work if approved by GE. The make of items which are not covered in the list of manufacturers/Schedule ’A’ shall be as approved by GE. MAKES & MANUFACTURERS S.No. 1 1.

Item 2 Polyurethane Joints Sealant(single component ) and primer

Name of manufacturers/Brand name 3

(i)M/S STP Limited, New Delhi. (ii)M/S Cipy Polyurethane Pvt Ltd (iii) M/s Fosroc Chemicals (iv) M/S Supreme Biuchem India Pvt Ltd (v)M/S Sika India Pvt Ltd, New Delhi

(vi) M/s Choksey Chemicals Pvt Ltd (vii)M/s BOSTIK India Pvt Ltd 2

Backup rod/ debonding tape

(i) M/S Supreme Industries (ii) M/s Elcon Products Mumbai

3.

Premoulded Joint filler HD- 100 (as per IS-1838 P t III)

(i) M/S Supreme Industries (ii) M/S STP Ltd.

4.

Polymer modified Bitumen (PMB40) (SBS)

Through refineries IOC/BPCL/HPCL or any PSU refinery. (i)M/s Ooms Polymer Modified Bitumen Pvt Ltd 505, Bikaji Cama palace, New Delhi – 110 066. (Kosi Mathura plant) (ii) M/s G R Infra Project Ltd. (iii)

4A .

Hume pipe

5.

Glass grid/Fibre Glass

6

Admixtures & Curing Compound

7.

GI Pipes

8.

Gun metal Gate Valve

M/s Tiki Tar Industries Limited (i) Jain spun pipe Co., New Delhi, (ii) Manya Concrete Products ISI marked, (iii) Indian Hume Pipe Company Ltd.

(i) M/S Saint Gobain Adfors India. (ii)M/S Giridhar Tech fab Pvt Ltd, Ahmedabad (iii) M/s Maccaferri Environemental Solution Ltd (i)M/S STP Limited, New Delhi. (ii) M/s Choksey Chemicals Pvt Ltd (iii) M/S Fosroc chemicals (iv)/S Sika India Pvt Ltd, New Delhi Tata, Swastic, Jindal, Prakash, Zenith. M/s Crescent, M/s Zenith, M/s Leader, M/s Zoloto, M/s Tiger, M/s Luster, M/s PA Govardhan Das, M/s Lal Sons, M/s Neta Metal Works, M/s Dripless Fancel, M/s Techno Vrass Products

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APPENDIX ‘A’ TO PARTICULAR SPECIFICATIONS (CONTD…..) 1 9.

2 MCBs/MCCB

3 LEGRAND, SCHNEIDER, L&T(LEXIC), GE (POWER) ,INDO ASIAN, LEGRAND, ALSTOM, HEGGER ( L&T)

10.

Distribution Boards

11.

HT/LT

12.

Light Street

13.

LT XLPE/PVC Insulated Armoured Cables

Universal, Incab, Cable Corporation of India, Asian, Finolex, Paragon (Elektron), Nicco, Polycab, National Cable Co,

14.

HT Cables

Universal, Incab, RPG-Asian, ICL, Cable Corporation of India, Unistar.

15

Polythene sheet micron

16

Epoxy Mortar

17

Cable Joints

Denson, Cable Corporation of India, Raychem, Xicon, MSeal, Birla- 3M fittings CFL/FTL/ PHILIPS, Crompton Greaves, GE, Wipro, Havells. light fittings

XLPE

400

Synthetic enamel paint

M/S Mono Industries New Delhi, M/S Climax Synthetics Pvt. Ltd, Vadodra Choksey chemicals, STP, BASF, CIPY,Bostic ,M/S Sika India Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, M/S Xypex Asian Paint (Apcolite) ,Shalimar (Superlac), Jenson & Nicolson (Brolac), Goodless Nerolac (Nerolac Gde I), Berger paint (Luxol) ,Garward paint Asian paints (Structural steel primer) Shalimar Jenson & Nicolson (Structural steel primer) Goodlass Nerolac (Nerolac Zinc chromate primer) (British paints)

18

Red oxide primer

19

HDPE pipes

M/S Dura Line India, Goa M/S Jain Irrigation system Ltd, Jalgon M/S Bali Industries, Madurai M/S Kriti Industries (I) Ltd, Bhopal M/S Plato Industries , Solan M/S H M Pipes, Jaipur M/S Monika Telecom pipes, Muzafarnagar

20

SOIL STABILIZER

M/s Alchemist Technology Limited

21

BITUMEN EMULSION

22

FIBRE

SIGNATURE OF CONTRACTOR Dated : 2018

(i) M/s STP Ltd (ii) M/s Tiki Tar Industries Limited (iii) M/s G R Infra Project Ltd. M/s Reliance Industries Limited New Delhi

ASST DIR (CONTRACTS) FOR ACCEPTING OFFICER

Note: Makes/brands/manufacturers of materials/items not mentioned here-in before but required in the work shall be of Ist quality/ISI marked & shall be approved by GE.

_______________________ Signature of Contractor Date : _________________

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LIST OF DRAWINGS NAME OF WORK: RESURFACING OF METRO AND VAJRA DISPERSAL EXTENSIONOF PARALLEL TAXI TRACK & PORTION OF NEW LOOP AT AF STN MAHARAJPUR Description of Drgs Drg No Sheet Date of Drg Date of No revision 2 3 4 5 6 Site Plan CE/ALD/LP-474 1/1 06.10.17 (showing External B/R & E/M Services) Detail of barricating CE/ALD/ 1/1 TD/274-ST Details of Drains & Drain cover CE/ALD/ TD/47- 1/1 Monsoon Drain at Maharajpur ST General Notes on Architectural CE/ALD/ TD-199 1/1 29.02.2012 28.01.14 Drawings, General Schedule of Finishes & Standard Specifications; & List of Common TD Drawings Section thro Roads, Path Details of CELZ/TD/575 1/2 16.06.1989 04.10.1989 Culverts RCC Hume Pipe

6.

Details of Culverts RCC/Hume Pipe

2/2

16.06.1989

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7. 8.

Detail of manhole with RCC slab and TD/571(R) RCC cover Typical drains TD-577

1/1

20.05.91

08.01.13

1/1

16.06.89

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9.

General notes on RCC Works

CE/ALD/TD/122

1/1

17.12.02

23.03.11

10.

E-in-C/SD/6628

1/1

02.07.92

09.12.02

CE/ALD/TD196R1

1/1

29.02.12

27.01.14

CE/ALD/TD-198

1/1

CEAF/TD/31

1/1

05.10.95

20.11.98

14.

General Structural Notes [Typical RCC Details] Typical Detail of plinth Protection, BK steps, BK Drain, Ramp, Rcc Jali & XPM Partition Detail of rain water pipe ,CI grating & Brick parapet wall Preventation of Leakage/Seepage and dampness to buildings Errata sheet

TD/600

1/1

28.12.89

01.08.91

15. 16.

Errata sheet Errata sheet

TD-604 TD-623

1/1 1/2

16.09.99 07.07.91

18.05.90 -

17.

Errata sheet

TD-623

2/2

07.12.91

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18.

Switch box & meter Box (For single/ Double Unit) Typical location, details fittings & fixtures of toilet Details of valve pit Typical details for LT distribution pole and street light fittings etc Earthing Pit

CE/ALD/TD-595

11.

12. 13.

19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

CELZ/TD/575

1/1

16.9.1969

-

CE/ALD/TD–204

1/1

29.02.2012

-

CEAF/TD/EM01 CEAF/TD/EM/08

1/1 1/1

16.03.93 07.01.10

09-08-02

CE/ALD/TD/E/M/ 23 Details of chemical Earthing CE/ALD/TD/EM/ 28(R) Ductile detailing of Reinforcement CEAF/TD/114 Concrete Structure subjected to [R] Seismic Forces

1/1

09.06.03

24.06.03

Signature of Contractor Dated:

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MILITARY ENGINEER SERVICES NOTICE INVITING TENDER (NIT) 1. A tender is invited for the work as mentioned in Appendix ‘A’ to this NOTICE INVITING TENDER (NIT). 2. The work is estimated to cost as indicated in aforesaid Appendix ‘A’. This estimate, however, is not a guarantee and is merely given as a rough guide and if the work cost more or less, a tenderer / bidder will have no claim on that account. The tender shall be based on as mentioned in aforesaid Appendix ‘A’. 3. The work is to be completed within the period as indicated in aforesaid Appendix ‘A’ in accordance with the phasing, if any, indicated in the tender from the date of handing over site, which will be on or about two weeks after the date of Acceptance of tender. 4. Normally contractors whose names are on the MES approved list for the area in which the lies, and within whose financial category the estimated amount would fall, may tender / bid but in case of term contracts, contractors of categories SS to E ay tender / bid. In case, where the tender amount is in excess of the financial limit of the contractor and the Accepting Officer decides to accept the tender / bid, in which event the tenderer / bidder would be required to lodge additional security deposit as notified by the Accepting Officer in term of conditions of contract. Contactors whose names are on the MES approved list of any MES Formation and who have deposited standing security and have executed standing security bond may also tender / bid without depositing Earnest Money alongwith the tender / bid and if the tender / bide submitted by such a tenderer / bidder is accepted, the contractor will be required to lodge with the Controller of Defence Accounts concerned the amount of ‘ Individual security deposit’ within thirty days of the receipt by him of notification of acceptance of his tender / bid, failing which this sum will be recovered from 1st RAR payment or from the first final bill. In the case of term / running contracts, remaining sum shall be submitted / uploaded by one contractor or one firm of contractors. Under no circumstances will a father and his son(s) or other close relations who have business dealing with one another be allowed to tender / bid for the same contract as separate competitors. A breach of this condition will render the tenders/bids of both the parties liable for rejections. 5. The Office of HQ Chief Engineer Air Force Allahabad will be the Accepting Officer herein after referred to as such for purpose of the contract. 6. The Technical Bid and Financial Bid (Cover-1 and Cover-2) shall be uploaded by the tenderer/bidder on or before the date and time mentioned in NIT. A scanned copy of DD with enlistment details / documents shall be uploaded as packet 1 / cover-1 (‘T’ bid) of the tender / bid on e-tendering portal. DD is refundable in case T bid is not accepted resulting in non-opening of ‘Q’ bid’. The applicant contractor shall bear the cost of bank charges for procuring and encashing the DD and shall not have any claim from Government whatsoever on this account. 6.1. Tender form and conditions of contract and other necessary documents shall be available on defproc.gov.in / eprocure.gov.in site for download and shall form part of contract agreement in case the tender / bid is accepted. 6.2 In case the contractor who has not executed the Standing Security Bond, the Cover-I shall be accompanied with by Earnest Money of amount as mentioned in Appendix ‘A’ in the form of deposit at call receipt in favour of concerned CCE / GE / GE(I) / AGE (I) (see Appendix ‘A’) by a scheduled Bank or in receipted treasury Challan the amount being credited to the revenue deposit of the concerned CCE / GE / GE(I) / AGE(I) (see Appendix ‘A’). 6.3 A contractor who is not enlisted for the area in which the work lies but whose name is in the MES approved list of any MES formation and who has deposited standing security and executed standing security Bond may bid without depositing earnest money alongwith the tender, but if the Accepting Officer accepts the tender / bid, the contractor will be required to lodge with the Controller of Defence Accounts concerned the amount of ‘Individual Security Deposit’ within thirty days of the receipt by him of notification of acceptance of his tender / bid, failing which this sum will be recovered from 1st RAR payment or from the firs final bill. In case of term / running contracts, remaining sum shall be recovered from subsequent bill (s) of the contractor. 6.4 A contractor who has executed standing security Bond but not corresponding to the appropriate class as mentioned above, shall lodge with the Accepting Officer, Additional Security Deposit as notified by the Accepting Officer within thirty days of the receipt of his notification of acceptance of his tender / bid, failing which this sum will be recovered from the first RAR payment or from the first final bill. In the case of term / running contracts, remaining sum shall be recovered from subsequent bill(s) of the contractor. However, in case where any payment is made to the contractor within thirty days of the receipt by him of notification of acceptance of tender /bid, the amount of additional security deposit shall be recovered from such payment.

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APPENDIX ‘A’ TO NOTICE OF TENDER (Contd./-) 6.5 The CCE / GE/ GE(I) / AGE(I) will return the Earnest Money wherever applicable to all unsuccessful tenderers / bidders by endorsing an authority on the deposit-at-call receipt for its refund, on production by the tenderer , bidder a certificate of the Accepting Officer that a bonafide tender / bid was received and all documents were returned. 6.6 The CCE / GE / GE(I) / AGE(I) will either return the Earnest Money to the successful tender / bidder by endorsing an authority on the deposit-at-call Receipt for tit refund on receipt of an appropriate amount of Security Deposit or will retain the same in part or full on account of security deposit if such a transition is feasible. 6.7 Copies of the drawings and other document pertaining to the work signed for the purpose of identification by the Accepting Officer or his accredited representatives, sample of materials and stores to be supplied by the contractor will also be available for inspection by the tenderer / bidder at the office of Accepting Officer and concerned GE / GE(I) /AGE(I) during working hours. 7. The tenderers / bidders are advised to visit the site of work by making prior appointment with GE / GE(I)/ AGE(I) / Project Manager who is also the Executing Agency of the work (see appendix ‘A’). The tenderers / bidders are deemed to have full knowledge of all relevant documents, samples, site etc., whether they have inspected them or not. 8. Any tender / bid which proposes any alteration to any of the conditions laid down or which proposes any other condition or prescription whatsoever, is liable to be rejected. 9. The uploading of bid implies that bidder has read this notice and the Conditions of Contract and has made himself aware of the scope and specification of work to be done and of the conditions and rates at which stores, tools and plants etc will be issued to him and local conditions and other factors having bearing on the execution of the work. 10. Tenderers / bidders must be in possession of a copy of the MES Standard Schedule of Rates (See appendix ‘A’) including amendments and errata thereto. 11. Invitation for e-tender does not constitute any guarantee for validation of ‘T’ bid and subsequent opening of finance bid of any applicant / bidder, even of enlisted contractors of appropriate class, merely by virtue of enclosing DD. Accepting Officer reserves the right to reject the ‘T’ bid and no open the finance bid of any applicant / bidder. ‘T’ bid validation shall be decided by the Accepting Office based on, inter alia, capability of the firm as per criteria given in Appx ‘A’ to this NIT. The applicant contractor / bidder will be informed regarding non-validation of his ‘T’ bid assigning reasons thereof through the defproc website. The applicant contractor / bidder if he so desires may appeal to the next higher Engineer authority i.e. Chief Engineer, Central Command Lucknow, Lucknow-Cantt on email id [email protected] with a copy to the Accepting Officer on email on email id [email protected] against rejection within 05 days of uploading of ‘Technical evaluation summary’ before the scheduled date of opening of Financial Bid. The decision of the Next Higher Engineer Authority (NHEA) shall be final and binding. The contractor / bidder shall not be entitled for any compensation whatsoever for rejection of his bid. 12. The Accepting Officer reserves the right to accept a tender submitted by a Public Under taking, giving a price preference over other Tender(s) / bids which may be lower, as are admissible under the Government Policy. No Claim for any compensation or otherwise shall be admissible from such tenderer / bidder whose tender / bid is rejected. 13. Accepting Officer does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any tender / bid or to give any reason for not doing so. 14.

This Notice Inviting Tender (NIT) including Appendix ‘A’ shall form part of the contract.

Signature of Contractor

For Accepting Officer

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APPENDIX ‘A’ TO NOTICE INVITING TENDER Resurfacing of Metro and Vajra dispersal extension of parallel taxi track & portion of new loop at AF Stn Maharajpur.

1.

Name of work

2.

Estimated Cost

Rs 8762.00 Lakhs

3.

Period of completion

690 (Six Hundred Ninety ) days

4.

Cost of tender documents

5. 6.

Website / portal address Type of Contract

Rs. 3000.00 in the shape of DD / Bankers cheque from any schedule Bank in favour of GE(P) (AF) Maharajpur and payable at Maharajpur. www.defproc.gov.in and www.mes.gov.in The tender shall be item rate based on IAFW-2249 & IAFW-1779-A with Schedule ‘A’ to be quoted by tenderers

7.

Information Details (a) Bid submission start date (b) Bid submission end date (c) Date / time for opening of bid (Cover-1) Eligibility Criteria (A) For MES enlisted Contractors

8.

(B) For other contractors

(C) For all contractors

(At par Market)

27 Jan 2018 02 Feb 2018 08 Feb 2018

They shall satisfy the following:(a) Residual capacity requirement as in Para 8 (C) (a) below. (b) Prequalification criteria as in Para 12below. (c) They should have enlistment in Category a (iii) (d) They should not carry adverse remarks in WLR of competent engineer authority. The firms not enlisted with MES shall satisfy the following:(a) Residual capacity requirements as in Para 8 (C) (a) below. (b) Prequalification criteria as in Para 12 below. (c) They should meet enlistment criteria of ‘SS’ class MES contractors & category a (iii) i.e. with regard to Annual turnover, Solvency, working capital, immovable property / fixed assets, T&P, Engineering establishment, no recovery outstanding in any Govt Department, Police verification / Passport etc. Enlistment criteria may be seen in Para 1.4 of Section 1 of Part- I of MES Manual on Contracts – 2007 (Reprint- 2012) as available in all MES formations. These firms shall also submit copy of Police verification from police authority of the area where the registered office of the firm is located / notarized copy of valid passport of proprietor / each partner/ each Director. (d)They should not carry adverse remarks in WLR/ or any other similar report of any authority. (a) Applicants’ residual capacity as worked out by following formula should be more than estimated cost of work:Residual capacity = (2 x A x N) – B Where; A = Maximum turnover in last 5 financial years. N = Period of Completion of Contracted (Tendered) work (in years calculated till 2 decimal places). B = Value of balance work in all Govt. & Private Works. (b) Pre Qualification Criteria: Contractors meeting following criteria may only apply:(i) The Annual average financial turnover per year of the firm during the last three financial years ending 31St march of 2016-17 shall be minimum 30% of the estimated cost ie Rs 26.28 Crores (ii) Firm should be well experienced having successfully completed similar works during last 7 years ending 31St march of 2016-17 and meeting one of the following criteria:(aa) Three satisfactorily completed runway pavement works involving similar pavement (rigid pavement) in the last seven years each costing not less than the amount equal to 40% of the estimated cost or each having quantity of runway pavement specific items of works not less than 40% of the estimated quantities of the tender for which PQC is being given.

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APPENDIX ‘A’ TO NOTICE INVITING TENDER (Contd…)

OR (ab) Two satisfactorily completed runway pavement works involving similar pavement (rigid pavement) in the last seven years each costing not less than the amount equal to 50% of the estimated cost or each having quantity of runway pavement specific items of works not less than 50% of the estimated quantities of the tender for which PQC is being given. OR (ac) One satisfactorily completed runway pavement works in the last seven years, costing not less than the amount equal to 80% of the estimated cost or having quantity of runway pavement specific items of works not less than 80% of the estimated quantities of the tender for which PQC is being given. (ad) Experience Criteria to be based on Major Portion of Runway Pavements .Where in any particular tender for Runway works the value of other than Runway Pavements works ie Building and Services etc is also substantial , the PQC criteria of work experience for runway shall be based on the cost /quantities of Runway pavement only and this shall include the cost of all Flexible /Rigid pavement works of dispersals/Taxi tracks. (ae)

The similar work means -Rigid Runway Pavement works.

(iii) For the purpose of Value of completed works- The value of previously completed works will be enhanced by 7.50 % per annum to bring them at par with present cost. (c) Contractor will not be allowed to execute the work by subletting or through power of attorney holder on his behalf to a third party / another firm except sons / daughter/ spouse of proprietor / partner / Director and firm’s own employees, Director, Project Manager. This shall be subject to certain conditions which will be prescribed in the NOT forming part of the tender documents 9.

Tender issuing and Accepting Officer

CE (AF) Allahabad

10

Executing agency

GE(P) (AF) Maharajpur

11.

Earnest Money

Rs. 15,00,000.00 in favour of GE(P) (AF) Maharajpur

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APPENDIX ‘A’ TO NOTICE INVITING TENDER (Contd…) PRE QUALIFICATION CRITERIA: Contractors meeting following criteria may only apply:(a) The Annual average financial turnover per year of the firm during the last three financial years ending 31St march of 2016-17 shall be minimum 30% of the estimated cost ie Rs 26.28 Crores

(b)(i) Three satisfactorily completed runway pavement works involving similar pavement (rigid Pavement) in the last seven years each costing not less than the amount equal to 40% of the estimated cost or each having quantity of runway pavement specific items of works not less than 40% of the estimated quantities of the tender for which PQC is being given. OR (ii) Two satisfactorily completed runway pavement works involving similar pavement (rigid Pavement) in the last seven years each costing not less than the amount equal to 50% of the estimated cost or each having quantity of runway pavement specific items of works not less than 50% of the estimated quantities of the tender for which PQC is being given. OR (iii) One satisfactorily completed runway pavement works in the last seven years, costing not less than the amount equal to 80% of the estimated cost or having quantity of runway pavement specific items of works not less than 80% of the estimated quantities of the tender for which PQC is being given. (c) Experience Criteria to be based on Major Portion of Runway Pavements .Where in any particular tender for Runway works the value of other than Runway Pavements works ie Building and Services etc is also substantial , the PQC criteria of work experience for runway shall be based on the cost /quantities of Runway pavement only and this shall include the cost of all Flexible /Rigid pavement works of dispersals/Taxi tracks. Value of completed works- The value of previously completed works will be enhanced by 7.50 % per annum to bring them at par with present cost. (d) The firm must have under its control a minimum specified T&P on the date of submission of bid. To establish this fact, ownership / MoU documents of the T&P to be submitted. This list of minimum T&P to be available with the firm (in possession / MoU) at the time of submission of bid is as follows:Sl No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

T&P Items Paver with electronic sensor(minimum width of paver finisher 7.5 to 9 mtr) for laying bituminous layer with printing facility Computerized hot mix plant (Batch Mix of min 90 TPH capacity including printing facility Pneumatic tyre roller (07.0 to 25 Ton capacity) Dual mode tandem vibratory roller(08 to 10 Ton capacity) Bitumen Sprayer 10 to 12 Tonne motorized Insulated bitumen containers of suitable capacity near hot mix plants Computerized ready mix concrete plant of minimum 90 Cum/hr output with printing facility Slip form paver with electronic sensor (minimum 5m and extendable with attachment to 08 m width) for laying concrete pavement Hand held heavy duty needle vibrators (electrically operated/diesel driven) for PQC Machine for joint filling Diamond Cutter for joints(Diesel/Electric driven)(Two full depth concrete cutting machine) WMM Plant of 90 to 120 TPH Capacity Vibratory type sand screeners Mechanized runway markings and painting equipments Air compressor 350 Cfm Profilometer / Roughometer Core cutting Machine (150 mm diameter and 100 mm diameter bit) Field testing equipment to test ‘K’ value and CBR value Lab testing equipments for site lab Total Station Survey Equipment

Minimum quantity 01 No.

Vintage (in year)

01 No

05

02 No 04 Nos 01 No 02 Nos

05 08 08 08

01 No

05

01 No

05

06 Nos

08

01 No 02 Nos

08 08

01 No 01 No 01 No 01 No 01 No 01 No

08 08 08 08 08 08

01 No

08 08 08

01 No

05

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APPENDIX ‘A’ TO NOTICE INVITING TENDER (Contd…) Engineering Establishment Ser Appointment

Nos

Qualification

(a)

Project Director

01

B Tech (Civil)

(b)

01

B Tech (Civil)

02

B Tech (Civil)

(d)

Executive Engineer/Assistant Engineer Executive Engineer/Assistant Engineer JEs

02

(d)

JEs

02

(e)

Lab Assistant

02

Diploma (Civil) Engineering) Diploma (Civil) Engineering) Diploma

(f)

Surveyor

02

Diploma / ITI

(c)

Experience 10 year with Road Pavement including minimum 03 year of runway pavement execution 05 year including 02 year of runway pavement execution. 05 year including 02 year of pavement execution. 05 year including 02 year of runway pavement work. 05 year including 02 year of pavement work. 05 year including 02 year of pavement work and site lab. 05 years experience in filed survey

Please forward affidavits on non judicial stamp paper of Rs.100/- each duly notarized from your side having employed each engineer and from engineer side of taking your employment duly supported by attested copies of Engineering degree/Diploma as applicable to the individual. (e) Working capital not less than Rs.75 Lakhs from the scheduled bank as certified by bankers which should not be older than 6 months as on Jan 2018. (f) Minimum reserves/total of movable or immovable property or fixed assets (in case of companies shall be Rs. 1.2 Crores out of which minimum 80% of reserves/assets shall be in shape of immovable property. (g) Solvency upto Rs.8 Crores from the scheduled bank as certified by the Bankers which should not be older than 6 months as on Jan 2018. (h) Any firm which is banned due to slow progress in WLR or against which a technical BOO has been ordered for defective works shall be considered automatically ineligible to quote for the tender. (j) Unenlisted contractor will render an affidavit categorically stating that they have not been banned by any government /semi government/ PSU/state govt agency for participation in tendering. (k)Contractors must produce satisfactory performance report of qualifying runway works at the time of submission of bid. Certificates will be accepted only after due scrutiny and vetting. NOTES:(a) Contractors enlisted with MES will upload following documents (scanned copy in pdf format) for checking eligibility:(i) Application for the tender on Tenderer’s Letter Head. In this, the contractor should explain with calculation details supported with documentary evidence as to how he is qualifying for this tender in terms of conditions given in Para 8 (A) (a) & 8 (A) (b) above. Tenderer/bidder to note that if they do not submit their calculation details and/ or supporting documents correctly, Deptt will make calculation. If the firm does not qualify as a result of Deptt calculation, then bidder only will be responsible for the same. This is notwithstanding the fact that Deptt will check the details and calculations also in respect of the contractors who have given the calculations. (ii) (iii) (iv) (v)

Enlistment letter DD toward cost of tender Documents in support of residual capacity and PQC which shall include:Goods and Service tax Registration number

(aa)

Copy of turn over certificate from CA for last 5 (five) years (FY), notarized copy of relevant pages of balance sheet of those FYs showing the turnover (gross receipts).

(ab)

List of works in hand for contracts with Government department & private works, completed value thereof and residual work to be completed during completion period of subject work in a self-explanatory tabular form. This shall be submitted duly signed by proprietor / all partners / authorised Director of Pvt / Public Ltd as applicable.

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APENDIX ‘A’ TO NOTICE INVITING TENDER (Contd…) (ac)

Copies of completion certificate in three highest works (after adjusting the values as para 8(C)(b)(iii)above during last seven years .This will be in tabular form giving name of work .Accepting Officer details viz ,Address ,Telephone,Fax No. E-mail ID,etc,, date of acceptance of tenders and actual date of completion .This shall be duly signed by proprietor /all partners/authorised Director of Pvt / Public Ltd., as applicable .It should indicate whether extension was granted or compensation was levied. Attested copy of Acceptance letter and completion certificate shall be enclosed of each work. In case performance report has been given by the client same shall also be submitted duly attested.ing Officers

(ad)

Affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper of Rs. 100/- (minimum) in the form of hard copy declaring their turnover for last 5 (Five) Years and value of contracts in hand in Government department & private and details of works completed and residual work to be completed. Hard copy of these documents will be submitted within five days of the last date & time of opening of ‘T’ bid.

(b)

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

(i)

Application for the tender on Tenderer’s Letter Head : In this, the contractor should explain with calculation details supported with documentary evidence as to how he is qualifying for this tender in terms of conditions given in Para 8 (A) (a) and 8(A)(b) above. Tenderer/bidder to note that if they do not submit their calculation details and / or supporting documents correctly, Deptt will make calculation. If the firm does not qualify as a result of Deptt calculation, then bidder only will be responsible for the same. This is notwithstanding the fact that Deptt will check the details and calculations also in respect of the contractors who have given the calculations.

(ii)

Necessary documents to prove their eligibility for enlistment in required class & category of work, including Affidavit for no recovery outstanding. List of documents required for enlistment in MES has been given in Para 1.5 of Section 1 of part -I of MES Manual on Contracts 2007 (reprint 2012). This will include the following amongst others:-

(aa)

Solvency certificate and working Capital Certificate issued by scheduled bank.

(ab)

Affidavits for possession of movable and immovable properties by proprietor / partner owning the immovable property alongwith Valuation Certificate from Regd Valuer in support of movable & immovable properties. In case Limited Company, the immovable property is required to be in the name of the Company.

(iii)

Scanned copy of DD toward cost of tender.

(iv) (aa) (ab)

Documents in support of residual capacity shall include:Goods and Service tax registration No Copy of turnover certificate from CA for last 5 (five) years (FY), notarized copy of relevant pages of balance sheet of those FYs showing the turnover (gross receipts).

(ac)

List of works in hand for contracts with Government department & private works, completed value thereof and residual work to be completed during completion period of subject work in a self-explanatory tabular form. This shall be submitted duly signed by proprietor / all partners / authorized Director of Pvt / Public Ltd as applicable.

(ad)

Copies of completion certificate in three highest works (after adjusting the values as para 8(C)(b)(iii)above ) during last seven years .This will be in tabular form giving name of work .Accepting Officer details viz ,Address ,Telephone,Fax No. E-mail ID,etc,, date of acceptance of tenders and actual date of completion .This shall be duly signed by proprietor /all partners/authorised Director of Pvt / Public Ltd., as applicable .It should indicate whether extension was granted or compensation was levied. Attested copy of Acceptance letter and completion certificate shall be enclosed of each work. In case performance report has been given by the client same shall also be submitted duly attested.ing Officers

(ae)

Affidavit on non judicial stamp paper of Rs. 100/- (minimum) in the form of hard copy declaring their turnover for last 5 (Five) Years and value of contracts in hand in Government department & private and details of works completed and residual work to be completed. Hard copy of these documents will be submitted within five days of the last date & time of opening of ‘T’ bid.

(c)

(i) Applications / bids not accompanied by scanned copies of requisite DD/ Bankers Cheque towards cost of tender and earnest money (as applicable) shall not be considered for validation of ‘T’ bid and their finance bids will not be opened. (ii) Tenderers / bidders to note that they should ensure that their original DDs and earnest money (as applicable) are received within Five days of bid submission end date. (iii) In case of applications / bids from enlisted contractors of MES, where scanned copies of requisite DD / Bankers Cheque towards cost of tender has been uploaded but physical copies are not received by the stipulated date, finance bids will be opened. However, non-submission of physical copies of cost of tender shall be considered as willful negligence of the bidder with ulterior motives and such bidder shall be banned from bidding for a period of six months commencing from the date of opening of finance bid.

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APENDIX ‘A’ TO NOTICE INVITING TENDER (Contd…) (iv) In case of applications / bids from unenlisted contractors, where scanned copies of requisite DD / Bankers Cheque towards cost of tender has been uploaded but physical copies are not received by the stipulated date, finance bids will not be opened. Name of such contractors along with complete address shall be circulated for not opening of their bids for a period of six months commencing from the date of opening of finance bid. (v) In case of applications / bids (enlisted contractor / as well as unenlisted contractor) where scanned copies of requisite Earnest money (as applicable) were uploaded but the same are not received in physical form within stipulated time, such bids shall not qualify for opening of finance bid. (d)

Contractors (enlisted or unenlisted with MES) shall have Provident Fund Code No. before getting the work order released after finalization of the tender. Contractor shall ensure compliance of the EPF and MP Act, 1952 by the subcontractor if any engaged by the contractor.

(e)

Court of the place from where tender has been issued shall alone have jurisdiction to decide any dispute out of or in respect of this tender. After acceptance of tender, Condition 72- jurisdiction of court of IAFW-2249 shall be applicable.

(f)

In case of rejection of technical / prequalification bid, contractor may appeal to next higher Engineer authority i.e. Chief Engineer, Central Command Lucknow, Lucknow Cantt. on email ID [email protected] with a copy to Accepting Officer on email ID [email protected] against rejection within 05 days of uploading of ‘Technical evaluation summary’. The decision of Chief Engineer, Central Command shall be final and binding. However, contractor / bidder shall not be entitled to any compensation whatsoever for rejection of technical / prequalification bid.

Signature of Contractor

File No. 958393/

/E8

Chief Engineer (AF) Allahabad Bamrauli, Allahabad(UP), PIN-211012

(D K Gupta) AEE (QS&C) Asst Dir (Contracts) For Accepting Officer

Dated :

Jan 2018

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