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JABATAN PENGAIRAN DAN SALIRAN (JPS)

KEMENTERIAN SUMBER ASLI DAN ALAM SEKITAR (NRE)


MALAYSIA
NOTA KURSUS TAHUN 2006
Apakah yang
dimaksudkan dengan
penyeliaan projek ?
Oxford Dictionary - Supemision
o Watch and direct the performance of a
task or the we& of a person
,
Project Supervision
Monitoring and controlling activities to
achieve the project objectives.
(Aktiviti-aktiviti pemantauan dan kawalan
bagi mencapai objektif projek)
Main Actix-ities of a
Superintending Officer
Aspek-Aspek Penyeliaan'
Pemantauan budget/Kos
Pemantauan kemajuan fizikal
Kawalan Kualiti
Pemantauan budget/kos
ci Berrnula di peringkat kajian kemungkinan dan konsep -
data-data menvelumh dan kaiian temerind diialankan
dengan mengaihbil kira pelbabai a G k
-
ci Kerja ukur
. Kerja ukur dan plotting dijalankan dengan betul - Ch. 0
dan bench mark yang sesuai dikenalpasti
Interval untuk cross &ti on survey yang sesuai bergantung
kepada keadaan taoak (interval biasa setiao 30 m)
. .
a ~ekabentuk
- Disediakan oleh pihak yang kompetan (samaada secara
dalaman dan luaran)
Disemak oleh pegawai yang sesuai
Pemantauan budget/kos: Perlantikan
subkontraktor atau Pembekal
o Jika perlantikan sub kontraktor/pembekal
dibuat oleh Jabatan, lantikan hendaklah
dibuat sesuai pada masanya. Jika lewat
kontraktor boleh claim EOT dan kos
kelewatan.
o Pastikan sub kontraktor atau pembekal
tidak menyebabkan kelewatan
Periksa ke j a atau barang yang dibekalkan
oleh sub kontraktor supaya rnenepati
spesifikasi. Buat lawatan ke kilang jika
perlu.
Pemantauan budget/kos: Dokurnen
kontrak
o Pelarasan harga dibuat dengan teliti dan semak
schedule of rates
o Mengenalpastt kuasa melulus arahan pinda ke j a
dan had amaun yang dibenarkan seperti yang
terkandung di dalam kontrak
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Jika terdapat perbezaan di antara spesifikasi dan
BQ selesaikan dengan semangat teamwork
Mernahami dengan jelas syarat-syarat kontrak.
Arahan yang mengelirukan boleh membawa
kepada tuntutan tambahan oleh kontraktor.
Pemantauan budget/kos: Lanjutan XIasa
Faharni dengan jelas klausa-klausa
berkaitan lanjutan masa
Lanjutan masa yang diberi di bawah
klausa 43 (c), (f) dan (i) membolehkan
kontraktor membuat tuntutan tambahn
kos
Klausa Laniutari Masa 43 Ic\
n EOT by reason of directions given by the
S.O. consequential upon disputes with
neighbouring owners
Contoh-contoh mengikut rekod projek-
projek yang telah siap : masalah LA,
setinggan, bangunan atau binaan haram,
halangan penduduk setempat, halangan
petani
Klausa Lanjutan Masa 43 (i)
EOT due to delay on the part of artists,
tradesmen or others engaged by the
government in executing work not forming
part of the contract
Contoh-contoh: lewat alih kabel letrik,
tiang letrik, tiang telefon, paip air, papan
tanda (bill board)
Data EOT Proj ek-Proj ek Jalan 1999 -
2003
a b c d e f g h i j k
Rmmsons
Klausa Lanjutan Masa 43 (f)
EOT by reason the contractor not having
received in due time necessary
instructions, drawings, levels or
instructions in regard to the nomination of
subcontractor and/or suppliers
Contoh-contoh : lewat terima pelan
pindaan disebabkan menunggu keputusan
konsultan atau HQ, S.O. lewat lantik
subcontraktor/pembekal, lewat terima
bekalan letrik dari TNB
Data EOT Projek-Projek JPS 1999 - 2003
Reasons for Extension d TlmInlgaUon Drainage
(158 PWCt . )
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a b c d e f g h i j
Reasons
Perbandingan EOT di antara
Pojek JPS dan JKR (1999 - 2003)
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Kriteria Tempoh Siap .
Cost Quality
Pemantauan Kemajuan Fizikal Projek
D Memantau kemajuan projek amat penting
bagi memastittan projek siap dalam
tempoh yang ditetapkan
Perlu menetapkan jadual pelaksanaan
Menetapkan tempoh yang r'asional bagi
setiap komponen di bawah projek
CRITICAL PATH
o The longest sequential path of activities
through the network which connects the
besinnina and the end of the oroiect
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Schedule Development - PkIBOK
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means determining start and finish
dates for the project activities. I f the
start and finish dates are not realistic,
Set the BIilestones
o Every project has milestones :
w Start Date
m Finish Date
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Milestone Chart
o Hesyuarat permulaan dengan kartraktor
m u diadakan; secepat mungkin
o Konbaktor perlu menyediakan 'pbn of
works' yang rnenunjukkan keselwuhan
kej a dapat disiapkan dalam tempoh yang
ditetapkan
5.0. perlu menkaji kesesuaian pbn ini
berpandukan pengalaman lepas dan
pengiraan yang munasabah
Kemajuan Kerja Harian
o Pamerkan bar chart/milestone chart di pejabat
tapak
Kemas kini 'site dairy' setiap hari dan pantau
kemajuan berpandukan plan yang dikemukakan
oleh kontraktor
a Jika terdapat tanda-tanda kelewatan rnaklumkan
kepada 5.0.
a Adakan perbincangan dengan kontraktor bagi
mengenal pasti punca-punca masalah - boleh
gunakan kaedah 4M
o Wujudkan sernangat teamwork dan bekerjasama
dengan kontraktor menyelesaikan masabh
Bar Charts
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MSed for relative dmple
oFor short term & weekly
ohovide graphic medium
on which milestones can
Peringkat Awal Projek
o Minta kontraktor mengemukakan
dokumen-dokumen perlu - performance
bond, insurans/socso, senarai pekerja
dalam tempoh 2 minggu dari tarikh LA
Dapatkan nombor telefon wakil tapak dan
kontraktor
o Site mobilisation/site office dalam tempoh
sebulan dari LA
a Mula kerja-kerja fizikal pada bulan kedua
hiesparat Kemajuan Ke j a
Kontraktor mengemukakan Laporan Kemajuan
setiap bulan untuk rekod
0 S.O. mesti memberi keutamaan kepada progress
meeting dan mengadakannya sebulan sekali
o Perkara-perkara yang menyebabkan kelewatan
mestilah dibincang dengan lebih terperinci
0 Minit mesyuarat disiapkan dalam tempoh satu
minggu dan diedarkan kepada pihak-pihak yang
berkaitan untuk tindakan segera
Bavaran Kemajuan .
Kedudukan kewangan merupakan
penggerak utarna kepada kernajuan kerja
Kebanyakan kontraktor beranggapan
bayaran kernajuan diterirna lewat
Kelewatan rnenjejaskan kedudukan
kewangan kontraktor
S.O. perlu rnernberi perhatian serius
kepada perrnasalahan ini dan
rnernpercepatkan proses penyediaan
bayaran kernajuan
Activity Sequencing
Kawalan Icualiti
Wujudkan pelan kualiti projek
Kebanyakan pejabat tidak mengamalkan
langkah ini
D Pejabat yang tiada IS0 9000 juga boleh
mewujudkan pelan kualiti projek
Meningkatkan Kemajuan Kerja
Perancangan dan pengurusan yang cekap
oleh kontraktor - jadual ke rja, agihan
sum ber-sum ber
Mengambil kira risiko-risiko yang
kemungkinan dihadapi - cuaca, paras air,
keadaan setempat
Ke rja lebih masa di waktu cuaca baik atau
keadaan mengizinkan
Tambahkan bilangan pekerja
Kriteria Yang Selalu Digunalian
Time
Cost
Oualitv Plannine - PRIBOK
identifying which quality standards
are relevant to the project and
determining how to satisfy them.
Quality Planning
project Quality Planning
.Quality standards that are to apply acmss the
project
~Norrnally, organisation standards
Pemantauan I<ualiti
o Perlu dilakukan untuk setiap ke j a
a Tahap atau starhard yang ditetapkan perlu
difahami dengan jelas oleh Juruteknik, Pembantu
Teknik dan Jurutera - misalnya gred konkrit, saiz
bakau, gred konkrit dalam ceru,cuk, kelas paip
PVC
Fahami dengan jelas ujian yang pertu dijalankan
- slump test, cube test, x-ray ke atas welding,
pump test
o Tahu kaedah pengiraan hasil ujian - untuk
terima, perbaiki atau rnenolak sesuatu ke j a
PenyeQaan Pelan Kualiti Projek
Sediakan maklurnat asas projek - tajuk
projek, kontraktor, kos projek, ternpoh
projek, butir-butir kewangan
o Senaraikan kornponen-komponen utarna
projek
Kenalpasti prosedur-prosedur dan
spesifikasi yang berkaitan dengan
kornponen tersebut -
Tentukan tahap atau standard kualiti yang
perlu dicapai
Pemantauan Kualiti
Mengetahui tindakan susulan yang perlu
diarnbil selepas ujian
Menyirnpan data-data ujian secara
sisternatik untuk analisis
Rekod semua ujian di dalarn 'site diary'
Risiko Projek
Risiko-risiko yang boleh menjejaskan
kemajuan projek perlu dikenalpasti
Perancangan perlu dibuat bagi
menghadapi risiko-risiko ini
Risiko yang tidak dikenalpasti akan
menjejaskan kemajuan projek bila ia
berlaku
Risk Definitions - PMBOK
o Project Risk Management
The system&c process of identifying,
analysing, and responding to project risk
Risk Management Plan
Documents how to approach and plan risk
management activities for a project
Risk Response Planning
o Deciding the most appropriate
course of action to take for each
significant risk
o Four possible actions
- Avomanse
- Tnnrferena
- M -
- kcepbnca
Risk - PhfBOK
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An uncertain event or condition
that, if it occurs, has a positive or
negative effect on a project's
objectives. -
Risk Identification Techniques
LI Brainstorming
LI Structured Stakeholder Interviews
Using Experts
Delphi Method
Risk Profiles
LI Historical Project Records
Don't forget the IXTAPU'GIBLES
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Activity Duration Estimate
oAdivity
=Move 800m3 of ear n an average distance of 24 krns
oResources
=Tipup Lorries
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rtnenlhi-l*
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How many lorries and JCB are required if the work were to be
completed in one day (8 hours)?
,ktivitv Duration Estimate
oResource Rate
-One Lorry can move 20m3 in one complete
trip based on time take below:
3 3 0 - ww
5,nt.wb.ngl.
= l s n * . a r n n
; n . l d n mn Ou l
-If the lorry is employed for 8 hours a day,
what is the rate per day?
oIf volume of work is 1600 m3, how many
lorries are need if the work is t o be completed
within
-10 days, 8 days and 5 day
Status of Irrigation & Drainage 158 projects (1999 -
2003)
Eafl(23)
/I Earty
i l On time
i0 Delayec
On time (39)
25%
Status of Road Project 124 projects (1999 - 2003)
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T y p e o f p r o j * s t
Figure 2 : Status of project
;ion of lime Irrigation L Drainage
158 projects)
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d e f g h i j k
Reasons
: Status of project
14%
on-!,me
3 Celayed (EOT)
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Reasons For Extension of lime Irrigation & Drainage 1
(158 projects)
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a b c d e f g h
Reasons
Classroom Etiquette
Clasg starts on time
Mobile phones switched off
or silent mode
0 No telephone call5 unless
urgent
No SMS
libout your Fadt at or
Ir. Ahmad Anuar Othman
> BSc Civil Engineering, 1986 (State University of
New York)
P MSc (Dist) Construction Management ,1998
(University of Birmingham)
Professional Civil Engineer MIEM MIQM AIQA
UK) Registered uality ststem konsul&nt
LMRh), Certifiedsenkr A"ditor (MRCA),
omm~ttee member of Project Management
Technical Division IEM.
P Currently undertaking PhD research at UiTM
Ovenicw of Constnlction Industry
o Constitute one of t he most important parts of t he economy
of most countries
o More comphcated
n Can st mul at e t he growth of other mdustnal sectors
o The b~ggest customer of construction mdustry In many
developma country IS t he aovernment
o In ~a l a ys i a t he c&nstructi&s indu rowth is governed
by natlonal economic r o wt h , l e v e ~ ~ e ma n d by property
sector and governmen? spendmg.
n 33% of international earninas bv contractor in 1996 were
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from Asia reaion
Labour i nteri sve - economic report 2001/2002
reported 769,300 workforces n constructton
sector wt-ere 'ore~gn workers emmat ed to be
535,510 (70% Indoresl an)
73,858 ~ndust r' al accidents r e p o ~ e d by SOCSO i n
2003, a to:ai cf 4,654 were in construction
industry (2?/o or 95 resulted in sernanent
di sab~l ~t i es)
1 Characteristics of Construction Industry
o Tendency t o make money out of other parties
alleged mistakes
0 Material suppliers cutting capacity leads to higher
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o Uncertainties arise from many sources
o Tenderina has become expensive and laborious
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o ont tract& tend t o bid lob and then make profit
from claims
o Clients often end up paying up to as much as
50% extra for projects completed late
Allocation under Malaysia Plan
RMK7 RMK8 RMK 9
Transport 20.1 b 30.9 b 30.3 b
Utilities 3.2 b 8.4 b 17.9 b
Transport - roads, urban transport, rail, ports,
airports.
Utilities - water supply, sewerage, flood mitigation
Pembangunan Modal Insan
Apa yang anda faham tentang
pembangunan modal insan?
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Problems with Construction Industry in
Malaysia
Overdependency on foreign labours
cl Ineffeclive work structure
Reluctance of some contractors in
adopting new technology
o Lack of seriousness in complying to
quality, safety, health and environmental
stanjards
o Low image
Low productivity
Overview of RhX9
Period of 2006 - 2010
Human capital - the quality wil! be upgraded as it
IS a key determinant in the ach~evement of RMK9
goals and objectives
o The quality of life of all Malaysians will be
enhanced
o All develo ment initiatives during the RMK9 will
be ui dJ by the universal princ~ples of Islam
kiaaari
Federal Government o erating cost is managed in
a prudent and cost-edctive manner
The PlfBOK Definition
A Temporary Endeavour
undertaken t o Create a
Unique Product or Service
Project Alanagement
PSIHOK
=The application of knowledge,
skills, tools, and t echni ques to
project act i vi t i es to meet t he
project requi rement s.
The I S0 10006 : 1998
Definition
o A unique process consisting of a set of
coordinated and controlled activities with
start and finish dates, undertaken to
achieve an objective conforming to
specific requirements, including the
constraints of time, cost and resources.
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What is Project
Management ?
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Project management includes the
planning, organizing, monitoring, and
controlling of all aspects of the project in a
continuous process to achieve its
objectives.
The Project Management
Process
Oxford Dictionary - Supervision
Watch and direct the performance of a
task or the work of a person
Superintendmg Officer
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Project Supervision
Monitoring and controlling activities to
achieve the project objectives.
(Aktiviti-aktiviti pernantauan dan kawalan
bagi rnencapai objektif projek)
Characteristics of Superintending
Officer
~Comrnon Sense
oOpen Minded
oAdaptable
oInventive
oTake Prudent Risks
oFair
~Comrnitted
o"Can Do" Attitude
1 Project Phases
Concept and Feasibility Studies
Inception - to prepare a general outline
Feasibility - to protide appraisal and
recommendations in order to determine the form
in which the project is to proceed, ensuring it is
functionally, technically, and finan,cially feasible
Outline proposal - to determine general approach
to layout, design and construction to obtain
approval on the outline proposals and
accompanying report
Information Needed in Conceptual
Stage
Request come from the people - in forms
of formal request, complaints
o Records from previous incidents -
frequency of flood, flood level,
weaknesses i n system, photographs
o From inspection and visit
o From routine maintenance
o From own staff
Project Phases
dmlech are usualk divided into Several Phases to Drovide
bdter management control
o Phases of a typical construction project
m Concept 8 Feasibility Studies
Dedgn
Procurement
-
Construction
s Start-up & commissioning
I Completion and handover
Parties Involved during Conceptual
Stage
cl District needs t o come out wi th the official
request, proposal and justification - need
t o follow government procedures and
guidelines
cl Headquarters i n states need t o decide the
source of allocation - state or federal
cl Federal funded needs t o go t o
Headquarters in KL
cl Headquarters i n KL submit t o Ministry and
Central Agencies for approval
Information Needed in Feasibilin- Study
Reports, data related t o the problems
Options or alternatives deemed
appropriate
Study i n large scale requires consultant
service, eg. River basin, dam, breakwater,
barrage, pump house
Large scale project needs extensive
studies - effect on environment (flora and
fauna), socio economics
Output of Feasibility Study
A complete report addressing the
problems
a The effect of the project on environment
and socio economics and mitigation
measures (EIA)
Alternative to solve problem through
project implementation
Phases and components of project
Benefits and Cost
The effect if environmental aspect is
not properly tackled
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&rnnrn~nt fRora and I
CI site survey - location, grwnd levels, physical features,
boundary, adjacent properties, site access,
piernous use of site
0 Ceotechnicai investigation - boreholes, geology of Site,
groundwater
o Legal aspects - ownershio of Site. rights of way
D Enghwering design - -be of design work, av-ailability of
internal expertise, out sources (TOR) or in-house, duration
needed, schedules of drawings, responsibility for checking
design
Parties im-olved in Desim
Procurement
Me t h o d how contractor is being selected -
traditional, design and build, build operate and
transfer (BOT)
cr Me t h o d of calling tender - open tender, open t o
Burnipuba only, selective, direct negotiation
Tender evaluation - based on criteria established
Awarding the contract - letter of acceptance
Output of Procurement
Award the contract t o the most capable
c o n h t o r that gives value for money
Issue letter of acceptance of tender (LA)
Parties involved in Procurement
(if handled by DID)
Technician and engineers involved
preparation of tender document - BQ and
specification must compliment each other
Differences will lead to claim
a Engineer responsible for preparing
estimate (confidential)
QS - advertising, selling, closing, opening
and tender evaluation
( Construction - Turn plan into reality
Construction
LI From paper to physical structure
One of Me most crucial phase
LI Consume greatest amount of resources - financial, labours,
materials, plants
LI Involved a number of parties - main contractor, consultant,
subcontractors, nominated subcontractor, specialized
contractor, suppliers, related public agencies, dient, third
parties
o Numerous activities
I m Major causes of ~r oj ect delay occur durino construction I
0 Reflect the efficiency of organization in handling project
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Roles of Techni ci an
o Need t o understand the drawings and
specifications
Check on materials delivered to site
o Daily supervision - some activities need standby
supervision eg. Piling works, concreting, setting
level
Updating site dairy on daily basis - a more
complete report
Facilitating contractor's work and not otherwise
o Monitoring the works - adhere t o specification
o Refer t o higher officer on important decision
Roles of Technical Assistant/Engineer
0 Need to have good understanding on s pedbWm
and condition of conbact
o Monitor the progress of work - physical, budget,
and quality
o Visit site regularly
o Create teamwork atmosphere
n Analyse the result of testing
o Coordinate progress meeting
n Administer variation and changes
Expedite progress payment
n Monthly progress report
Start-up and Commissioning
o Depends on the nature of the project
Final testing an3 maintenance
o The installed equipment functions in
accordance with the design
o One of the last activities under the
contract
a The facility will be i n full operation at the
end of this phase
The Ubiquitous S-cun-e
Roles of S.O.
n Show interest and concern on the project
n Observe overall progress of project - physical,
budget and quality
Make fast decision
Authorize variation and changes to original
drawings
0 Chair progress meeting
n Encouraging teamwork andead the team
Motivating staff
Expedite payment due to contractor
Cornoletion and Handover
Final inspection and final measurement
Issuing practical completion certificate
Preparing final account
Preparing as built drawings
Inspect the work at the end of the
contract defects liability period, compile
defects list and subsequently confirm that
all defects have been rectified and all
necessary repairs have been carried out.
Proiect Hierarchies
The Project Planning Process
Why Plan ?
cl People working on t he project need t o know
3.
=Their role
=What, Why, When, How, Where and Who
Managers & Customers want confidence
that :
=The product will be delivered on time &within
budget
=The project team knows how it will deliver the
product
Obiectives of Planning
cl Provide a structured basis for work
execution
Derive procedures to control work
effectively
Obtain optimum results - time & cost
o Establish a standard of performance
cl Minimise risks & uncertainties
A clear understanding of project
objectives.
Critical Planning Concepts
Definition of a Project
- A Temporary Endeavour undertaken t o
Create a Unique Product or Service
cl Implied Definition of Product
- The Output of a Project
Product is the What
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o Project is t he How, Why, Where,
When, and Whom
Management & the project manager need
t o know whether :
The project is on schedule & within budget
m Whether corrective actions are needed.
Major Components of a Plan
a Project Description and
Scope
Product Specification
o Schedule
Budget
Resource Plan
Staffing Plan
o Quality Plan
o Risk Plan
a Organisation Plan
o Communications Plan
Ir. Ahrnad Anuar 0thma
I PEng, MIEM,,,MIQM, AlQA (UK) (
Mengukur Kejayaan Projek
rn Adakah ia arnalan biasa?
rn Apakah matlamat utamanya?
Empire State
Building
-Landmark of
New York City
First Canadian
Place, Toronto
Kejayaan Projek
Bo@h diukur
Dengan menggunakan 'indicator' tertentu
kita dapat menilai kejayaan projek
rn la dapat membeh petunjuk samaada
projek telah dilaksanakan dengan
berkesan atau sebaliknya
Kriteria Yang Selalu Digunakan
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Mengapa k i i perlu mengukur
kejayaan sesuatu projek?
Apakah kriteria yang digunakan
untuk mengukur kejayaan projek?
Penyiapan Projek
Penyiapan projek dalam tempoh yang disiapkan adakh
salah satu faktor utama menentukan kejayaan projek
Masyarakat menilai berkesanan kerajaan menjalankan
projek melalui tempoh siap
Projek lewat siap menunjukkan kelemahan dalam
pelaksanaan
m Pmjek lewat menimbulkan kesan yang negatif kepada
pelanggan
Projek lewat boleh berpunca dari pelbagai ~ ~ a l a h
Punca-Punca Kelewatan
m Masalah yang diirnbulkan oleh kontraktor
m Masalah berkaitan dengan Pegawai Penguasa
m Masalah cuaca
m Masalah di tapak ke j a
Masalah yang ditirnbulkan oleh pihak ketiga
m Risiko-risiko yang gagal dikenalpasti di peringkat
awal
Kelewath yang tidak terkawal
boleh membawa kepada
kegagalan penyiapan projek
Langkah-Langkah Untuk
Mengurangkan Kelewatan
Melantik kontraktor yang berwibawa
Meningkatkan kornpetensi Pegawai Penguasa
dan wakil pegawai penguasa
rn Menyediakan pelan yang betul dan jelas
m Merneriksa pelan dan spesifikasi supaya tiada
percanggahan
Merancang keja baik dan teratur
Mernberi kerjasarna yang baik kepada
kontraktor
Jenis-jenis Kelewatan
r Excusable delay - delay beyond the
control of the contractor
rn Non-excusable delay - delay caused by
the contractor negligent or fault
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Kesan Kegagalan Penyiapan
Projek
m Kontraktor perlu ditarnatkan
Mengarnbil rnasa untuk rnelantik kontraktor baru
Golongan sasar gagal rnernperolehi manfaat
yang sepatutnya
rn Boleh rnernberi kesan-kesan negatif yang lain
rn Mernberi tanggapan bunrk ke atas organisasi
dan Kerajaan
Tempoh Penyiapan Projek
r lndek Masa
lndek masa = Tempoh sebenar
Tempoh asal kontrak
IM < 1, projek siap awal
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3n tanda aras kepada harga
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gung oleh rakyat
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japan negatif terhadap
xganisasi rnengurus projek
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Faktor-Faktor Peningkatan Kos
Kenaikan harga barang-hang pembinaan
rn Kenaikan harga petroVd'ese1
Pengiraan kuanl yang tidak betul
Kenaikan harga buruh
m Rekabentuk yang tidak terperinci
Keadaan tapak di luar jangkaan
rn Ke ja-ke rja tambahan
Pengalihan 'utilities'
Kurang faham kontraktor dengan keadaan setempat
Petunjuk Prestasi Kos
8 lndek Kos
lndek Kos = Harcra sebenar kontrak
Harga asal kontak
IK < 1, Kos sebenar rendah dari harga asal
IK = 1, Tiada perubahan dalam kos projek
IK > 1, Kos sebenar lebih tinggi dari harga asal
Peningkatan Kos'
PK = Hama sebenar - harsa asal x 100
Harga asal
PK negatif, kos sebenar kurang dari harga asal
PK = 0, tiada peningkatan kos
PK positif, kos sebenar lebih tinggi dari harga asal
Penilaian Tender - 3 peringkat
Peringltat 1 - tapisan awal
Dokumen yang lengkap -tender yang tidak
menyertakan mana-mana dokumen atau ada
kesilapan ditolak
= Prestasi semasa konbaktor - maklumat
diperolehi secara on-line dari lawan web (dgn
password) untuk mengetahui prestasi kerja
kontraktor dalam projek-projek lain jika ada
= Jika prestasi tidak memuaskan, tender ditolak
Peringkat 3 - Pelarasan Harga
rn Jika masa yang ditawarkan oleh kontraktor
berbeza, proses pelarasan dibuat di mana
tem oh masa yang munasbah dikira sebagai
md a n
rn Tender yang lulus tapisan peringkat pertama
dan kedua serta terendah selepas pelarasan
disyorkan kepada Lembaga Tender
rn Ini juga bergantung kepada perbezaan dengan
anggaran Jabatan di mana harga yang
ditawarkan berada dalam julat yang d~tetapkan
Anggaran Jabatan
Anggaran merupakan tanda aras kepada harga
yang diiwarkan oleh kontraktor
k j a a n tidak terikat kepada manamana harga
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penting, oleh itu ia mestilah dibuat secara
rasional berdasarkan harga semasa
rn Anggaran ~abai an dknasukkan sekali ke dalam
peti tender
Peringkat 2
Kedudukan kewangan - sekurang-
kurangnya 5% dari jumlah harga tender
(penyata bank 3 bulan terakhir)
- Keupayaan teknikal - pengalaman ke j a
(serupa, sebanding, tiada pengalaman)
Staf teknikal
Pemilikan jentera
Kriteria Pemilihan
= Kedudukan kewangan - 45%
Pengalaman - 30%
Staf teknikal - 15%
= Jentera - 10%
Kriteria oleh Lain-Lain' Agensi
wtn?j bank - kedudukan keveqan aIaman. staf
tekn~kal. ientera. rekod berkain dai% 'arbitration'
Astan &ebp&nt Bank - kedudukan kewangan.
pengalaman. staf tekn~kal. kaedah oelaksanaan woiek
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laman. staf teknikal, pengutusan projek kaedah
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Reasons
Langkah- Langkah Kawalan Harga
Kualiti
rn Kualiti merupakan kriteria yang sangat
penting
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rs for purpose or use"
rn mengikut tujuan atau
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kepuasanhati
erakhir proses-proses
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asi yang tetapkan
n atau matlamat
jak dan keperluan
imana ? I
Pengukuran Kualiti Setelah Siap
Projek
Sebaik sahaja projek siap - dijalankan oleh
Pegawai Penguasa (S.O.)
= Sediakan check list - sernak semua kornponen
dan sediakan as built plan, manual operasi,
senarai inventori
Lawatan bersarna rnelibatkan kontraktor,
konsultan dan pelanggan
Mernbuat penyerahan rasrni kepada pelanggan
Mernantau semasa 'defect liability period'
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Pengukuran Kualiti Jangka panjang
l
o Soal selidik ke atas kepuasan hati pelanggan
o Interview pihak-pihak berkaitan
o Memantau kesan projek - banjir berulang,
hakisan berulang, keupayaan taliair
o Struktur - kerosakan selepas tempoh tertentu
o Peningkatan taraf hidup
Kriteria Yang Selalu Digunakan
Time
LATIHAN 1 : Penilaian Kos
Projek JPSPP/P/01/05- Membina dan menyiapkan struktur pelindung hakisan pantai dari
Kg. Tanjung Sepat ke Jeti Nelayan Sg. Burung telah ditawarkan kepada Global Network
Sdn Bhd dengan harga kontrak bernilai RM 3,750,125.00. Sebanyak tiga perubahan kerja
telah dikeluarkan. Perubahan kerja pertama (V.O.l) bernilai RM 255,250.00 untuk
meninggikan ban tanah sedia ada. Perubahan Kerja kedua (V.0.2) bernilai RM
205,350.00 untuk menambah panjang 'toe' dan perubahan kerja ketiga (V.0.3) bernilai
RM 425,167.50 untuk kerja-kerj a tambahan struktur pelindung.
Kontraktor juga telah diberi lanjutan masa selama 40 hari di bawah klausa 43 (c) kerana
kelewatan pengusaha bot mengalihkan bengkel membaiki bot. Pihak kontraktor telah
membuat tutntutan kelewatan sebanyak RM60,000.00 tetapi hanya RM 1 5,000.00 sahaja
diluluskan oleh pihak S.O.
Kira nilai
i)
Indek harga bagi projek ini
ii)
Peratus tambahan kos untuk kerja ini
LATIHAN 2 : Penilaian Kos
Projek JPSTRG/S/01/05 - Memperkukuhkan dan menstabilkan tebing kanan Sungai
Tembeling dari Ch. 1050 ke Ch. 2050 telah ditawarkan kepada AB Partners Sdn Bhd.
dengan harga kontrak bernilai RM 2,774,415.00 . Sebanyak dua perubahn kerja telah
dikeluarkan. Perubahan kerja pertama (V.O.l) bernilai RM 250,270.00 untuk
pemasangan 'sheet pile' dan perubahan kerja kedua (V.0.2) bernilai RM 267,890.00
untuk pemasangan gabion. Di akhir kontrak pelarasan harga telah dibuat di mana
sebanyak RM 43,125.00 telah ditolak dari harga asal kontrak kerana pengurangan
kuantiti tanah merah.
Kontraktor ini telah dikenakan denda (LAD) kerana lewat menyiapkan kerja selarna 45
hari. Denda yang dikenakan ialah sebanyak RM 1750.00 sehari berjumlah RM 78,750.00
kesemuanya. Setelah dibuat rayuan denda ini dikurangkan sebanyak RM52,500.00.
Kira nilai
i)
Indek harga bagi projek ini
ii)
Peratus tambahan kos untuk kerja ini
LATIHAN 3 : Penilaian Masa
Projek IADP/PP/03/04 - Membina dan menyiapkan sistem taliair sekunder dan kerja-
kerja berkaitan di Rancangan Pengairan Bumbung Lima bernilai RM 3,769,125.00 telah
ditawarkan kepada Lestari Cerah Sdn. Bhd. Tarikh milik tapak ialah 1.2.2005 dan tarikh
siap ialah 31.1 1.2005. Diperingkat awal kerja-kerja melebarkan ban tidak dapat
dijalankan kerana kedudukan tiang-tiang letrik yang terletak terlalu hampir dengan ban
sediaada dan pihak TNB lewat mengubahkan tiang-tiang ini. Kontraktor telah diberi
lanjutan masa yang pertama selama 30 hari kerana kelewatan oleh pihak TNB. Semasa
pembinaan taliair konkrit, kerja-kerja ini terpaksa ditangguhkan bagi mengelak gangguan
bekalan air ke petak-petak sawah. Untuk ini kontraktor telah diberikan lanjutan masa
selama 30 hari. Apabila musim bekalan berakhir kerja-kerja kontraktor terggangu pula
oleh cuaca buruk dimana hujan turun dengan lebat setiap hari dan kontraktor sekali lagi
diberi lanjutan masa selama 25 hari.
Kira nilai
i)
Tarikh siap baru bagi projek ini
ii)
Indek masa bagi projek ini
iii) Peratus kelewatan untuk kerja ini
LATIHAN 4 : Penilaian Masa
Projek JPSPKlSB/05/05 - Membina dan menyiapkan longkang konkrit di tepi jalan besar
dari Pintu Air C ke Jambatan Alor Mengkudu sepanjang 1050 meter bernilai RM
3,545,221.00 telah ditawarkan kepada SK Enterprise. Tarikh milik tapak ialah 1.8.2004
dan tarikh sipap ialah 1.6.2005. Semasa mengorek parit sedia ada kerja-kerja terganggu
kerana terdapat paip air berdiameter 12 inci dan pihak bekalan air mengambil masa yang
lama untuk mengubah paip-paip ini. Pihak kontraktor telah diberi lanjutan masa selam 40
hari kerana masalah ini. Oleh kerana terdapat beberapa titi kecil di atas parit ini pihak
kontraktor diminta membuat kerja-kerja tambahan dengan membina konkrit slab bagi
menggantikan titi-titi ini. Kontraktor juga diminta membina 'rubble pitching' di antara
longkang konkrit dan jambatan sedia ada. Pihak kontraktor telah memohon lanjutan masa
untuk kerja-kerja tambahan ini di mana 40 hari telah diluluskan.
Kira nilai
i)
Tarikh siap baru bagi projek ini
ii)
Indek masa bagi projek ini
iii) Peratus kelewatan untuk kerja ini
LATIHAN 5: Soal selidik kepuasan hati pelanggan
Tujuan soalselidik ini adalah untuk mendapat maklumbals penduduk setempat ke atas
projek yang telah disiapkan. Maklumat ini amat berguna bagi pejabat ini meningkatkan
kualiti projek pada masa-masa yang akan datang.
Projek: Meningkatkan Sistem Saliran di Kampung Pandak Putih, Alor Janggus.
A. Latar Belakang Responden
i) Nyatakan sama ada anda tinggal di dalam kawasan yang
1 I Ya
terlibat dengan projek ini.
(tandakan d di ruang sebelah kanan)
H
Tidak
ii) Lama tinggal di kawasan ini : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. tahun
B. Soalan - Pada skala 1 hingga 5, sila bulatkan angka yang mana anda rasakan paling
sesuai.
i) Sebelum pelaksanaan projek kampung anda menghadapi masalah banjir setiap kali
hujan lebat.
1 2 3 4 5
Sangat tidak Tidak bersetuju Tidak pasti Bersetuju Sangat
bersetuju secara secara Bersetuju
sederhana sederhana
ii) Selepas projek ini dilaksanakan kampung anda tidak lagi menghadapi masalah banjir
apabila hujan lebat.
1 2 3 4 5
Sangat tidak Tidak bersetuju Tidak pasti Bersetuju Sangat
bersetuju secara secara Bersetuju
sederhana sederhana
iii) Projek ini telah memberi manfaat yang besar kepada anda dan penduduk kampung.
1 2 3 4 5
Sangat tidak Tidak bersetuju Tidak pasti Bersetuju Sangat
bersetuju secara secara Bersetuju
sederhana sederhana
iv) Kualiti projek ini pada keseluruhannya memuaskan hati saya.
1 2 3 4 5
Sangat tidak Tidak bersetuju Tidak pasti Bersetuju Sangat
bersetuju secara secara Bersetuju
sederhana sederhana
v) Pihak JPS telah menguruskan projek ini dengan baik dan memuaskan.
1 2 3 4 5
Sangat tidak Tidak bersetuju Tidak pasti Bersetuju Sangat
bersetuj u secara secara Bersetuju
sederhana sederhana
vi) Pandangan penduduk kampong diambilkira dalarn pelaksanaan projek ini.
1 2 3 4 5
Sangat tidak Tidak bersetuju Tidak pasti Bersetuju Sangat
bersetuju secara secara Bersetuju
sederhana sederhana
vii) Kontraktor projek ini telah menjalankan projek ini dengan baik dan memuaskan.
1 2 3 4 5
Sangat tidak Tidak bersetuju Tidak pasti Bersetuju Sangat
bersetuju secar a secara Bersetuju
sederhana sederhana
Sila berikan lain-lain komen jika ada.
Pejabat ini mengucapkan setinggi-tinggi terimakasih kerana kesudian anda mengisi sod
selidik ini. Terima kasih.
Jika ada apa-apa pertanyam, sila hubungi : Pejabat Jmt er a Daerah,
JPS Daerah Kota Semut
Tel : 04 - 42552544
Data Soal Selidik
1. Respondent 1 : ya, 4 tahun, 4, 4, 3, 4, 4, 2, 2
2. Respondent 2 : ya, 4 tahun, 5, 2, 3, 3, 4, 2, 2
3. Respondent 3 : ya, 4 tahun, 5, 2, 3, 3, 3, 2, 3
4. Respondent 4 : ya, 4 tahun, 5, 4, 3, 3, 4, 2, 3
5. Respondent 5 : ya, 4 tahun, 4, 4, 3, 2, 3, 2, 2
6. Respondent 6 : ya, 4 tahun, 5, 2, 3, 3, 4, 2, 3
7. Respondent 7 : ya, 4 tahun, 5, 4, 3, 3, 4, 2, 2
8. Respondent 8 : ya, 4 tahun, 4, 4, 3, 3, 4, 2, 3
9. Respondent 9 : ya, 4 tahun, 5, 2, 3, 3, 4, 2, 2
10. Respondent 10 : ya, 4 tahun, 5, 4, 3, 3, 4, 2, 2
11. Respondent 11 : ya, 4 tahun, 4, 4, 3, 2, 4, 2, 2
12. Respondent 12 : ya, 4 tahun, 5, 4, 3, 3, 4, 2, 2
13. Respondent 13 : ya, 4 tahun, 4, 2, 3, 3, 4, 2, 4
14. Respondent 14 : ya, 4 tahun, 5, 3, 3, 2, 4, 2, 2
15. Respondent 15 : ya, 4 tahun, 4, 2, 3, 1, 4, 2, 2
16. Respondent 16 : ya, 4 tahun, 5, 4, 3, 3, 4, 2, 2
17. Respondent 17 : ya, 4 tahun, 4,2,3,3,4,2,4
18. Respondent 18 : ya, 4 tahun, 5, 3, 3, 2, 4, 2, 2
19. Respondent 19 : ya, 4 tahun, 4, 4, 3, 3, 4, 2, 2
20. Respondent 20 : ya, 4 tahun, 5, 3, 3, 3, 4, 2, 2
Kirakan
i) Nilai 'mean' untuk tiap-tiap soalan
ii) Nilai 'mean' keseluruhan
LATIHAN 6: Soal selidik kepuasan hati pelanggan
Tujuan soalselidik ini adalah untuk mendapat maklumbals penduduk setempat ke atas
projek yang telah disiapkan. Maklumat ini amat berguna bagi pejabat ini meningkatkan
kualiti projek pada masa-masa yang akan datang.
Projek: Meningkatkan Sistem Saliran di Taman TTDI Jaya, Shah Alam.
A. Latar Belakang Responden
i) Nyatakan sama ada anda tinggal di dalam kawasan yang
terlibat dengan projek ini.
(tandakan .\/ di ruang sebelah kanan) Tidak
n
ii) Lama tinggal di kawasan ini : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . tahun
B. Soalan - Pada skala 1 hingga 5, sila bulatkan angka yang mana anda rasakan paling
sesuai.
i) Sebelum pelaksanaan projek taman anda menghadapi masalah banjir apabila hujan
lebat.
1 2 3 4 5
Sangat tidak Tidak bersetuju Tidak pasti Bersetuj u Sangat
bersetuju secara secara Bersetuju
sederhana sederhana
ii) Selepas projek ini dilaksanakan taman anda tidak lagi menghadapi masalah banjir
berulang .
1 2 3 4 5
Sangat tidak Tidak bersetuju Tidak pasti Bersetuju Sangat
bersetuju secara secara Bersetuju
sederhana sederhana
iii) Projek ini telah disiapkan dalam tempoh yang munasabah.
1 2 3 4 5
Sangat tidak Tidak bersetuju Tidak pasti Bersetuju Sangat
bersetuju secara secara Bersetuju
sederhana sederhana
iv) Kualiti projek ini pada keseluruhannya memuaskan hati saya.
1 2 3 4 5
Sangat tidak Tidak bersetuju Tidak pasti Bersetuju Sangat
bersetuju secara secara Bersetuju
sederhana sederhana
v) Pihak JPS telah mengwuskan projek ini dengan baik dan memuaskan.
1 2 3 4 5
Sangat tidak Tidak bersetuju Tidak pasti Bersetuju Sangat
bersetuju secara secara Bersetuju
sederhana sederhana
vi) Pandangan penduduk taman diambilkira dalam pelaksanaan projek ini.
1 2 3 4 5
Sangat tidak Tidak bersetuju Tidak pasti Bersetuju Sangat
bersetuju secara secara Bersetuju
sederhana sederhana
vii) Kontraktor projek ini telah menjalankan projek ini dengan baik dan memuaskan.
1 2 3 4 5
Sangat tidak Tidak bersetuju Tidak pasti Bersetuju Sangat
bersetuju secara secara Bersetuju
sederhana sederhana
Sila berikan lain-lain komen jika ada.
Pejabat ini mengucapkan setinggi-tinggi terimakasih kerana kesudian anda mengisi soal
selidik ini. Terima kasih.
Jika ada apa-apa pertanyaan, sila hubungi : Pejabat Jurutera Daerah,
JPS Daerah Petaling
Tel : 03 - 42552660
Data Soal Selidik
1. Respondent 1 : ya, 4 tahun, 4,4, 3, 4, 4, 2, 2
2. Respondent 2 : ya, 4 tahun, 5, 3, 3, 3, 4, 3, 2
3. Respondent 3 : ya, 4 tahun, 5, 2, 3, 3, 3, 2, 3
4. Respondent 4 : ya, 4 tahun, 5, 4, 3, 3, 4, 2, 3
5. Respondent 5 : ya, 4 tahun, 4, 4, 3, 2, 3, 4, 2
6. Respondent 6 : ya, 4 tahun, 5, 4, 3, 3, 4, 3, 3
7. Respondent 7 : ya, 4 tahun, 5, 4, 3, 3, 3, 2, 2
8. Respondent 8 : ya, 4 tahun, 4, 3, 3, 3, 4, 2, 3
9. Respondent 9 : ya, 4 tahun, 5, 3, 3, 3, 3, 2, 2
10. Respondent 10 : ya, 4 tahun, 5,4, 3, 3, 4, 2, 2
Kirakan
i)
Nilai 'mean' untuk tiap-tiap soalan
ii) 'Mean' keselwuhan
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MALAYSIA
TATACARA PEROLEHAN
KERAJAAN
BAHAGlAN UKUR BAHAN & KONTRAK
IBU PEJABAT JPS MALAYSIA
TATACARA PEROLEHAN
KERAJAAN
BAHAGIAN UKUR BAHAN & KONTRAK
IBU PEJABAT JPS MALAYSIA
JABATAN PENGAIRAN DAN SALIRAN
MALAYSIA
PRINSIP, DASAR DAN TATACARA PEROLEHAN KERAJAAN
PEROLEHAN KERAJM
Menggunakan wang awam rnestilah menggunakan tatacara yang ditetapkan
oleh YB. Menteri Kewangan selaras dengan Aka Acara Kewangan 1957
(Disemak 1 972).
YB. Menteri Kewangan telah membuat ketetapan kaedah perolehan dengan
mengeluarkan Arahan Perbendaharaan (AP) 1 6 6 hingga 206 dan 229
hingga 300.
Pindaan Arahan Perbendaharaan dan penetapan dasarhatacara tertentu
diperjelaskan melalui Pekeliling ~erbendaharaan (PP), Surat Pekdiling
Perbendaharaan (SPP) dan Pekeliling Kontrak Perbendaharaan (PKP).
Semua agensi Kerajaan me&ah mematuhi peraturan perolehan kecuali atas
kebenaran Perbendaharaan Malaysia.
TANGGUNGJAWAB PEGAWAI AWAM
(AP 167.2)
Pegawai Awam adalah bertanggungjawab sendiri termasuk bertanggungjawab
membayar balik jika berlaku kerugian berhubung dengan barang-barang
awam, kerja dan perkhidmatan yang diterima di bawah kawalannya atau
dalam simpanannya.
KAJLAId PASARAN DALAM PEROLEHAN
(AP 169.1)
Adalah menjadi kewajipan setiap pegawai yang menguruskan perolehan
mernbuat kajian pasaran yang berpatutan bahawa barang yang akan dibeli itu
adalah yang paling sesuai dan menguntungkan. Andaian ini dibuat setelah
rnengambilkira kualiti, harga, kegunaan barang itu dan faktor-faktor lain yang
berkaitan.
PRlNSlP PEROLEHAN
rn Akauntabiliti awam
rn Diuruskan secara telus (transparent)
Nilai faedah yang terbaik (best value for money)
Saingan terbuka
rn AdiI dan saksama.
OBJEKTIF PEROLEHAN KERAJAAN
Best value for money.
Kualiti yang terjamin.
Kuantiti yang dikehendaki dan berterusan.
Sebagai alat untuk mencapai dasar kerajaan.
MenggaIakkan pertumbuhan industri tempatan.
rn Pemindahan teknologi.
Menjimatkan pertukaran wang asing.
DASAR PEROLEHAN KERAJAAN
Menggalakkan pertumbuhan industri tempatan melalui penggunaan
bahadbarangan tempatan dan penggunaan sektor perkhidmatan tempatan.
Mempertingkatkan keupayaan industri tempatan melalui pemindahan
teknologi.
Menggalakan penglibatan usahawan Bumiputera.
Memelihara dan mempertahankan kepentingan dasar perolehan kerajaan bagi
mencapai objektif nasional dalam menghadapi cabaran globalisasi dan
Iiberalisasi.
DASAR DAN KEUTAMAAN KEPADA SYARIKAT BUMIPUTERA
(SPP Bil. 4 Tahun I 995)
1 . Perolehan Bekalan dan Perkhidmatan
a)
Semua perolehan bekalan dan perkhidmatan yang bernilai tidak
melebihi RM1OOJOOO hendaklah dipelawa di kalangan ' syarikat
Bumiputera sahaja.
b)
Bagi perolehan yang melebihi RM100,OOO agensi adatah hikehendaki
memberi keutamaan harga kepada syarikat Bumiputera mengikut
peratusan seperti berikut:-
Niiai perolehan Peratusan
Keutamaan
i. MeIebihi RM100,OOO hingga RM500,OOO - 10%
ii. Melebihi RM500,OOO hingga RM1.5 juta - 7%
iii. Melebihi RM1.5 juta hingga RM5 juta - 5%
iv. Melebihi RM5 juta hingga RMlO juta - 3%
v. MeIebihi RMlO juta hingga RM15 juta - 2.5%
(Berasaskan nilai tawaran terendah dan boleh diterima dari syarikat
Bukan Bumiputera).
2. Pemlehan Kerja
a) Kerja-kerja bemilai kurang RM200J000 dikhaskan kepada
Bumiputera.
6)
Sekurang-kurang SO% bagi kerja yang bernilai RM200,OOO hingga
RM350,OOO dikhaskan untuk ditandingi di kalangan Bumiputera.
c)
30% dari peruntukan tahunan untuk projek kerja dikhaskan kepada
Bumiputera (tidak terrnasuk kerja-kerja kurang RM200,OOO).
d)
Bagi kerja prime cost sum, keutamaan harga diberikan.
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DASAR PEROLEHAN BARANGAM IMPORT
Semua perolehan Kerajaan bagi barangan import hendaklah mernatuhi dasar dan
syarat-syarat berikuk-
Barangan import yang bernilai melebihi RM50,000 bagi setiap item setahun
hendaklah diurus pembeliannya secara Percuma Ke Atas Kapal (PAK) atau
Free On Board (FOB). Hendakiah mendapat kelulusan daripada
Kementerian Perdagangan Antarabangsa dan Industri (MITI) sebelum urusan
tender di laksanakan.
Semua urusan penghantaran hendaklah dikendalikan oleh MuItirnodal
Transport Operator rang dilantik oleh Kerajaan (SPP Bil. 6/ 96).
Perlindungan insurans barangan import hendaklah ditanggung di bawah
Akaun Amanah Wang lnsurans Barang-barang Kerajaan (KWIBK) (SPP Bil.
6/ 96).
PENGGUNAAN BARANGAN BUATAN 7'EMPATAN
(SPP Bif. 7 Tahun 2002)
Bahan/BaranganfPerkhidrnatan tempatan hendaklah digunakan sepenuhnya
oleh agensi dalam perolehan masing-masing. Perolehan rnelalui import hanya
akan dipertimbangkan setelah dipastikan ianya tidak boleh diperolehi secara
ternpatan.
KAEDAH PEROLEHAN KERAJAAN (UMUM)
Perolehan melalui panjar wang runcit.
Perolehan meialui kontrak pusat.
PervbeIian terus bagi bekalan dan perkhidmatan dan lantikan terus bagi kerja.
Requisition (untuk 'perolehan kerja) .
Perolehan meialui sebut harga.
Perolehan melalui tender.
7. Perolehan secara gotong royong.
8. Perolehan darurat.
9. Perolehan melalui Perkhidmatm Perunding.
1 0. PeroIehan melalui penggunaan kontrak jabatan lain (AP 1 78.2).
1 1. Perolehan (kerja) melalui Jabatan Teknik (JKR IPS).
PEROLEHAN MELALUI PANJAR WANG RUNCIT
(SPP Bii.2 Tahun 2002)
a. Untuk kegunaan segera.
b. Harga tidak melebihi RM500.00.
c. Tiada dokumen pembelian diperlukan (cukup dengan resit sahaja).
PEROLEHAN MELALUI KONTRAK PUSAT
(AP 178.1)
a. . Barang-barang gunasama.
b. Perlu merujuk kepada Pekeliling Kontrak Perbendaharaan (PKP).
c. Gunakan pesanan kerajaan sebagai dokumen pembelian.
d. Item kontrak pusat:
-
Perabut pejabat (kerusi beasaskan kain)
Kabinet, rak, gerobok besi
- HDPE pipes
- Alatulis
- Sampul surat -
-
Bas 40 penumpang berhawa dingin
- Alatganti proprietory kenderaan
- AIatganti jentera berat
PEMBELMN TERUS BAGl BEKALAN DAM PERKHIDMATAN
(SPP Bil. 8 Tahun 2004)
Nilai perolehan sehingga RM10,OOO setahun bagi setiap jenis item boleh
dibuat daripada mana-mana pembekahyarikat.
Nilai perolehan melebihi RM10,OOO hingga RM50,OOO setahun bag setiap
jenis item hendaklah dibuat dahpada pembekalhyarikat Bumiputera yang
berdaftar dengan Kementerian Kewangan.
Bagi Pusat Tanggungjawab (PTJ) yang telah eperolehan, pembelian melebihi
RM 1 0,000 hingga RM50,OOO setahun hendaklah daripada
pembekavsyarikat Bumiputera yang berdafear dengan Kementerian
Kewangan di negeri yang berkenaan yang tefah ePerolehan enabled.
Sekiranya tidak terdapat pembekalhyarikat Bumiputera di negeri berkenaan,
Pegawai PeluIus boleh membenarkan pembelian dibuat daripada
pembekaI/syarikat Bumiputera yang eperolehan enabled dari negeri-negeri
berdekatan. Proses pembelian hendaklah melalui sistem eperolehan. Walau
bagaimanapun jika tiada pembekal yang ePeroIehan enabled bagi perolehan
tertentu, pembelian boleh dibuat secara offline daripada pembekalhyarikat
Bumiputera yang berdaftar dengan Kementerian Kewangan.
Bagi Pusat Tanggungjawab (PTJ) yang belum eperolehan, pembelian melebihi
.RM10,000 hingga RM50,OOO setahun hendaklah daripada
pem bekalhyarikat Bumiputera yang berda fear dengan Kementerian
Kewangan di dalam negeri yang berkenaan. Sekiranya tidak terdapat
pembekalhyarikat Burniputera di negeri berkenaan, Ketua PTJ/Pemegang
Waran diberi kuasa untuk meluluskan pembelian daripada pernbekaVsyarikat
Bumiputera dari negeri-negeri berdekatan. Pesanan Pernbelian Tempatan
hendaklah ditandatangani oleh Ketua PTJfPemegang Waran atau pegawai-
pegawai lain yang diberi kuasa secara bertulis.
LAINTIKAN TERUS BAGl KERJA
(AP 180 dan SPP BiI. 2 Tahun 2001)
a. Bagi perolehan kerja yang bernilai tidak melebihi RM20,OOO boleh dibuat
secara lantikan terus di kalangan kontraktor kelas F yang berdaftar dengan
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Pusat Khidmat Kontraktor (PKK) di bawah kepala dan sub kepala yang
berkaitan.
b. Gunakan pesanan kerajaan atau inden sebagai dokumen pembelianl
perolehan mengikut mana yang berkaitan.
REQU1SlTIUN
(AP 1 8 0 dan SPP Bil. 2 Tahun 2001 )
a. Kerja yang dipanggil secara requisition ialah kerja-kerja kecil dan pembaikan
yang tidak mengubah struktur asal.
b. Nilai kerja melebihi RM20,000.00 hingga RM100,000.00.
c. Menggunakan Jadual Kadar Harga Kejuruteraan Awam dan Bangunan.
d. Pemilihan kontraktor hendablah dibuat secara undian atau pusingan atau
sebut harga di kalangan kontraktor kelas F yang berdaftar dengan Pusat
Khidmat Kontraktor (PKK) di bawah kepala dan sub-kepala yang berkaitan.
PEROLEHAN MELALUl SEBUT HARGA
(AP 170 dan SPP Bil. 2 Tahun 2001 )
a. Perolehan yang bernilai rnelebihi ~~50,000.00 hingga RM200,000.00.
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b. Pelawaan dibuat kepada sekurang-kurangnya lima (5) pembekaI/kontraktor.
c..
Dokumen Lampiran Q (Arahan Perbendaharaan). digunakan,
d- Diproses seperti tender (AP 1 7 1 ).
e. Setujuterima Jawatankuasa Sebgt Harga.
PEROLEHAN MELALUI TENDER
(AP 171 dan SPP Bil. 2 Tahun 1995)
a. Iklan tender dalam sekurang-kurangnya satu (1 ) akhbar tempatan berbahasa
Meiayu.
b. DiikIan dalam tempoh tidak kurang dari 2 1 hari.
c. Tender diterima dalam sampul berlakri.
d. Peti tender yang berkunci disediakan.
e. Peroiehan barangan yang diimport, tawaran harga hendaklah secara FOB.
f. Tender dibuka oleh Jawatankuasa Pembuka Tender.
g.
Tender hendaklah diniIai oleh Jawatankuasa Teknikal dan Jawatankuasa
Kewangan.
h. Tender ditimbang dan diluIuskan oleh Lembaga Perolehan.
I. Setuju terima tender. .
PEROLEWN SECARA GOTONG ROYONG
(SPP Bil. 4 Tahun 2004)
Gotong royong adalah satu konsep kerja beramai-ramai secara bermuafakat untuk
menyempurnakan sesuatu kerja tanpa mengharapkan keuntungan kewangan. Kerja-
kerja secara bergotong royong bukan sahaja dapat mengurangkan perbelanjaan
Kerajaan tetapi juga mengujudkan semangat kerjasama di kalangan anggota
masyarakat disamping mengeratkan hubungan antara Kerajaan dengan rakyat.
Kriteria bagi menentukan projek-projek boleh dilaksanakan secara gotong royong
adalah seperti berikut:
a. Had maksimum kewangan sebanyak RM100,OOO dan disediakan secara
pemberian terus kepada pihak yang menerajui projek gotong royong.
b. Projek kecil yang tidak memerlukan kepakaran khusus seperti mekanikal dan
elektrikal. Sekiranya perlu, kerja-kerja tersebut hendaklah dilaksanakan oleh
syarikat yang berdaftar dalam bidang yang berkenaan.
c. Boleh dilaksanakan sendiri oleh Pihak Penaraju Projek yang terdiri daripada
Jawatankuasa Kemajuan dan Keselamatan Kampung (JKKK) atau
Jawatankuasa Kemajuan Mukim/Badan/Pertubuhan/Persatuan lain yang
melibatkan masyarakat setempat atau Badan-badan Bukan Kerajaan (NGO)
dengan diawasi oleh Pegawai Penyelia.
d. Mestilah bebas daripada semua halangan seperti pemiIikan tapak projek dan
sebagainya.
e. Melibatkan tenaga penduduk ternpatan dan bercorak kemasyarakatan seperti
kerja-kerja pembinaan, pembersihan atau lain-lain kerja bercorak fizikal
terrnasuk rumah untuk Program Bantuan Rumah Skim Pembangunan
Kesejahteraan Rakyat atau Program Perumahan Rakyat Termiskin.
f. Tempoh pelaksanaan tidak melebihi 14 hari kerja berturut-tumt atau 14 hari
dalam tempoh maksimum 3 bulan. Sebarang perlanjutan tempoh perlu
mendapat kelulusan Pegawai PengawaVPegawai Pemegang Waran/Pemegang
Waran Kecil terlebih dahulu. -
Pelaksanaan projek-projek keciI secara gotong royong hendaklah tertakluk kepada
syarat dan peraturan seperti berikut:
a. Senarai projek yang akan dilaksanakan secara gotong royong hendaklah
dikenal pasti terlebihi dahulu dan dipersetujui oleh Pegawai PengawaI.
b. Pegawai Pemegang Warannemegang Waran Kecil hendaklah melantik
Pegawai Penyelia yang bertanggungjawab memastikan hal-ha1 kewangan
diuruskan dengan betul dan telus, menyefia pelaksanaan projek dan '
bertanggungjawab mengesahkan projek berkenaan siap.
c. Pihak Peneraju Projek bertanggungjawab memastikan keselamatan bahan-
bahan dan peralatan projek sepanjang tempoh pelaksanaan.
d. Di mana berkenaadperlu, Pegawai Penyelia bolehlah mendapatkan kerjasama
Jabatan Teknik seperti Jabatan Kerja Raya dan Jabatan Pengairan dan Saliran
bagi pelaksanaan projek tersebut.
e. Pihak Peneraju Projek hendaklah rnembuka/mempunyai satu akaun di bank
tempatan.
f. Sumbangan kewangan daripada swasta dan dermawan/orang perseorangan
boleh juga diterima oleh Pihak Peneraju Projek dengan syarat resit
dikeluarkan dan dimasukkan ke dalarn akaun gotong royong berkenaan.
g.
Satu penyata kewangan berasingan hendaklah disediakan dan disimpan oleh
Pihak Peneraju bagi setiap projek dan boleh diperiksa oleh mana-mana pihak
pada bila-bila masa.
h. Bayaran elaun sagu hati dan makan minum peserta adalah dihadkan sehingga
20% daripada peruntukan pemberian Kerajaan. JumIah bayaran s a g hati
kepada peserta hendaklah mengikut .kemahiran dan tahap penglibatan peserta
yang ditetapkan oleh Pihak Peneraju Projek.
I. Semua Pegawai Pemegang WaradPemegang Waran Kecil dikehendaki
mengemukakan laporan pelaksanaan projek gotong royong secara berkala
bagi setiap separuh tahun pertama dan kedua kepada Pegawai Pengawal
masing-masing. Laporan juga hendaklah dikemukakan oleh setiap
Kementerian yang berkenaan kepada Kementerian Kewangan bagi setiap
separuh tahun pertama dan kedua (sebelum 31 Julai dan 3 1 Januari tahun
berikutnya) .
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PEROLEHAN SECARA DARURAT
(AP 173.2)
a. Perolehan tidak melebihi keperluan semasa.
b. Prosidur biasa perolehan (AP 170, 1 71 dan 1 72) dikecualikan.
c. Kemukakan Iaporan terperinci kepada Pegawai Pengawal dalam tempoh satu
(1) buian dari tarikh pembelian untuk dihantar kepada Ketua Setiausaha
Perbendaharaan atau Pegawai Kewangan Negeri untuk tujuan penyiasatan
dan audit.
PEROLEHAN MELALUI KHIDMAT PERUNDING
(AP 186, SPP Bil. 3 Tahun 1995 e;r SPP Bil. 15 Tahun 2001 )
a. Hendaklah mematuhi pra-syarat keperluan perkhidmatan perunding.
b. Perolehan perkhidmatan perunding bagi perolehan kerja yang kurang
daripada RM30 juta, Lembaga Perolehan Kementerian adalah diberi kuasa
untuk melantik perunding atau melantik perunding yang berdaftar dengan
Kementerian Kewangan.
c. Hendaklah mendapat kelulusan Jawatankuasa Pemilihan dan Pelantikan
Perunding (JPPP) atau lawatankuasa Pemilihan dan Pelantikan Perunding
Peringkat Agensi (IPPPA) yang berkenaan.
d. Kelulusan bayaran perkhidmatan perunding hendaklah diperolehi dari
Perbendaharaan atau Lembaga Perolehan atau JPPPA mengikut mana yang
berkenaan.
Perunding dilantik hendaklah menguruskan perolehan bagi pihak jabatan
berkenaan mengikut tatacara perolehan kerajaan yang berkuatkuasa.
Agensi hendaklah membuat laporan perlantikan perunding mengikut format
khas yang ditetapkan daIam tempoh 1 buIan seIepas periantikan dibuat.
Laporan prestasi perunding hendaklah dikemukakan kepada Perbendaharaan
dan Urusetia JPPP yang berkenaan.
PENGGUNAAN KONTRAK JABAWN LAIN
(AP 178.2)
a. Jabatan boleh memperolehi bekalan barangan yang diperlukan dari Jabatan
yang telah mempunyai kontrak sebagai pengguna utama sesuatu barangan
atau dari kontraktornya di atas syarat-syarat yang sama.
b. Hendaklah mendapat kelulusan Perbendaharaan atau. Pihak Berkuasa
Kewangan Negeri teriebih dahulu.
PEROLEHAN MELALUI JABATAN TEKNIK
Semua Jabatan bukan teknik boleh mendapatkan perkhidmatan daripada
Jabatan Teknik (Jabatan Kerja Raya di n Jabatan Pengairan dan Saliran) atau
mendapatkan Perkhidmatan Perunding bagi melaksanakan semun projek kerja
tertakluk kepada peraturan yang berkuat kuasa d x i sermsa kr c?masa.
sek&anya Jabatan Teknik tidak berkemampuan untuk melaksanakan kerja-
kerja tersebut atau tidak memberi jawapan dalam tempoh 14 hari, jabatan
boleh melaksanakannya dengan menggunakan perkhidmatan perunding
mengikut tatacara semasa yang sedang berkuatkuasa. Sesalinan ' as built
drawing' hendaklah dikemukakan kepada Jabatan Teknik oleh Jabatan untuk
simpanan dan rujukan di masa hadapan.
Bagi kerja-kerja yang melibatkan bangunan Kerajaan kelulusan Bahagian
Bangunan-Bangunan Kerajaan, Jabatan Perdana Menteri atau Jabatan yang
diberi tanggungjawab untuk rnenguruskan hal ini hendakIah diperolehi
terlebih dahulu.
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d. Bagi bangunan yang disewa, kebenaran tuan punya bangunan hendakIah
diperolehi terlebih dahulu. Jabatan boIeh menggunakan perunding yang
bertanggung kepada bangunan tersebut.
e. Kerja-kerja penyelenggaraan dan membaiki kerosakan kecii yang tidak
melibatkan struktur bangunan dan kerja Ietrik dan bernilai tidak melebihi
RM50,OOO bagi satu kali pembaikan boleh diurus sendiri oleh labatan tanpa
merujuk labatan Teknik.
f. Pengecualian dari tatacara yang ditetapkan boleh diberikan oleh Ketua
Setiausaha Perbendaharaan atau ,' Pegawai Kewangan Negeri mengikut mana
yang berkaitan.
TATACARA PEROLEHAN
SECARA TENDER
BAHAGIAN UKUR BAHAN & KONTRAK
IBU PEJABAT JPS MALAYSIA
JABATAN PENGAIRAN DAN SALIRAN
MALAYSIA
JABATAN PENGAIRAN DAN SALIRAN
MALAYSIA
TATACARAPEROLEHAN
SECARA TENDER
BAHAGIAN UKUR BAHAN & KONTRAK
IBU PEJABAT JPS MALAYSIA
TATACARA PEROLEHAN SECARA TENDER
1. HAD NlLAl TENDER
Semua perolehan sama ada bekahn, perkhidmatan atau kerja yang bemilai
melebihi RM200J000 setahun hendaklah dipelawa secara tender. Agensi
a da la h dilarang memecahkecilkan perole han bagi menge la kkan pela waan
tender.
2. TENDER BEKALAN DAN PERKHIDMATAN
I. Jika sumber boleh diperolehi dalam negeri, tender tempatan
henda kla h dipanggil.
ii. Tender antarabangsa hanya boleh dipelawa bagi perolehan bekalan
dan perkhidmatan yang tidak boleh disediakan atau dikeluarkan oleh
sumber dalam negeri.
3. TENDER KERJA
I. Semua tender kerja hendakhh dipanggil secara tempatan.
ii. Sekiranya tiada kepakaran, tender t esebut hendaklah dipeIawa secara
usahasarna syarikatsyarikat tempatan dan syarikat antarabangsa.
iii. Tender anta ra bangsa hanya bole h dipelawa sekiranya kontra ktor
tempatan tidak mempunyai kepakaran dan sukar dilabanakan secara
usa hasama.
4. HAD NlLAI MEMANGGIL TENDER KERJA
I. Tender kerja yang bemilai tidak mekbihi RMlO juta hendaklah
ditawarkan khuus kepada syarikat yang 100% milik tempatan
(Wa rganega ra).
ii. Kerja-kerja yang bemilai di antara RMlO juta hingga RM25 juQ
hendakkh dibuka kepada:-
a. syarikat 100% tempatan; dan
b. syarikat tempatan yang disenaraikan di BSKL.
iii. Kerja-kerja yang melebihi RM25 juta henda khh dibuka kepada :-
a. syarikatsyarikat 100% tempatan;
b. syarikat ternpatan yang disenaraikan di BSKL; dan
c. syarikat-syarikatusahasamayangdiperbadankandi
Malaysia.
5. PROSES DAN PERINGKAT PEROLEHAN
I. Perancangan.
ii. . Penyediaan s pes ifikas i.
iii. Penyediaan dokumen tender.
iv. lklan tender.
v. Banta han s pes ifikas i.
vi. Pembuka tender.
vii. Penilaian tender.
viii. Ta klima t tender
ix. Lembaga Tender.
x. Penerimaan Tender.
6. PERANCANGAN TENDER
I. Tentukan jenis itemherolehan.
ii. Menyediakan cartahadual proses.
iii. Peruntukan kewangan (AP 168).
iv. Barang gunasama kontrakRusat (AP 1 78.1 ).
v. Pendafta ran Kontia ktor (AP 184).
vi. Penggunaan matawang (SPP 8/98).
vii. Penyediaan penentuan (AP 174 dan SPP 2/95).
viii. Kajian pasaranhumber perolehanhekakn (N 169.1).
ix. Dasar-dasarheraturan khwsus kerajaan termasuk kewtamaan
Bumiputera (SPP 2/95, SPP 4/95, SPP 6/96 dan SPP 7/2002).
x. Penggunaan borang-borang piawa i.
7. PENYEDIAAN PENENTUAN
I. Jawatankuasa Penentuan Teknikal hendakkh terdiri dari sekurang-
kurangnya tiga (3) pegawai mahir dan berkekyakan.
ii. Masa yang mencukupi.
iii. Butiran penentuan yang jeks .
iv. Tidak mengkhusus kepada jenama atau buatan tertentu, jika tidak
dapat diekkkan, ungkapan 'atau peaarnaan' hendakhh digunakan.
v. Rujuk kepa da MAMP U jika perole han berka ita n te knologi ma klumat
vi. Menentukan supaya semua bekahn barangan hendakhh dari buatan
tempatan kecuali tidak boleh diperolehi da ri sumber da h m negeri.
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vii. Mempunyai dua ciri penting:-
a. ciri-ciri wa jib; dan
b. ciri-ciri sampingan.
viii. Pembungkusan.
ix. Canpenghantaran.
x. Nibahkandungan,
xi. Tempoh rnasa.
xii. Butiran lain yang berkaitan.
8. BUTIRAN PENENTUAN LAZIMNYA MEMPUNYAI CIRI-CIW
BER1KUT:-
I. Jenis.
ii. Wama.
iii. Saiz.
iv. Bent.
v. Bentuk.
vi. Kua liti.
vii. Mencukupi bila ngan yang diperluka n.
viii, Arnbil ki n peruntukan yang ada .
ix. Pembelian secan pukal. ,
x. Jumlah tenaga manusia.
xi. Tahap kepakarankelulusan.
9. PENYEDIAAN DOKUMEN TENDER
i. Penyediaan perincian dokumen teknikal dan harga dabm 2 dokumen
yang beras ingan.
ii. Bagi tender yang mernedukan Iawatan ke luar negeri bagi tujuan
pemerihaan sebelum penerimaan (PDI) dan kos melebihi RM1 juta,
dokumen tender hendaklah jeIas mensyaratkan petender rnembuat
tawaran dengan kas berasingan bagi lawatan PDI.
iii. Bagi tender yang memerlukan kwatan ke luar negara kerana hljuan
latihan petender perlu mengemukakan tawaran tender secara
betas inga n. !
iv. Bagibaranganimport, tawatan halga perfusecara Free ChBoar d
(F OB ) .
v. Tawarantenderhendakiahdahm2sampulsuratbedakriberasingan.
vi. Petender tidak dibenarkan mencatat nama syarikat dan halga dalam
perincian teknikal.
vii. Bantahan penentuan boleh dibuat oIeh petender dafam tempoh:-
a. 14haribagitendertempatan;dan
b. 28 hari bagi tender antarabangsa.
viii. Adakan senarai sernakan.
1 0. BUTIR-BUTIR DOKUMEN TENDER
I. h h a n kepada petender.
ii. Penentuan.
iii. Borang tender.
iv. Suratsetuju terima.
v. Syarattender.
vi. Terma kontra k.
vii. Senarai kuantiti/ringkasan tender.
viii. Jadual kadar harga.
ix. Lukisan teknikab'plan.
x. Tempa t penghan.taran.
xi. Cadanganpemindahanteknologi.
xii. Prestasi/trackrecord.
xiii. Profail dan kedudukan kewangan petender.
xiv. Perkaralainyangberkaitan.
1 1 . IKLAN TENDER
I. Sekurang-kurangnya 1 akhbar harian utama berbahasa Mekyu.
ii. Sekurang-kurangnya 2 akhbar utama bagi tender antarabangsa. Satu
bahasa Melayu dan satu lagi behahasa Inggeris .
iii. Tempoh tidak kurang dari 21 hari bagi tender tempatan dan 56 hari
bagi tender antarabangsa.
iv. Mengandungi butir-butir berikut-
a. Jabatanberkenaan;
b. Tajuk;
c. syarat petender yang layak;
d. tempat, tarikh dan masa dokumen dijual;
e. harga, cam dan kepa da siapa bayaran dibua t; dan
f. tempat,tarikhdanwaktutenderditerima.
12. MEMBUKA TENDER
(AP 1 96 DAN AP 1 97)
I. Dimasukkan dakm peti tender yang berkunci.
ii. Dibuka oleh Jawatankuasa Pembuka Tender yang terdiri daripada 2
orang. Seorang daripadanya hendakhh pegawai kumpulan
pengurusan dan profesional. PerIantikan dibuat secara bertdis.
a. Tugas Jawatankuasa Pembuka Tender.
Buka peti tenderpada waktu yang ditetapkan.
Nomborkan tiap-tiap lembaran tender.
Tandatangan ringkas setiap lembaran yang mengandungi
harga dan pindaan.
Merekod pada borang jadual berkenaan wak-tu tawaran
dibuka dan tandatangan borang berkenaan.
Memadamkan tanda pengenahn petender pada dokumen
tawaran teknikal.
Semaksenaraisemakan.
1 3. PENILAIAN TENDER
(AP 197.3 DAN SPP 2/95)
I. Penilaian Teknikal.
a. Terdiridaripadapegawaimahirdanberkebolehan.
b. Berasaskan penentuan teknikal yang disediakan semasa
memanggil tender.
c.. Dibuats-ra mesyuarat.
d. Laporan penila ian hendakla h ditandatangani.
ii. Penilaian Harga.
a. DiniIai oleh Jawatankuasa Penilai Harga atau oleh pegawai yang
be rpenga lama n dan,ma hir.
b. Perkan yang dinilai iakh seperti . syarat bayaran, tempoh
bayaran, dbkaun, kadar pembayaran dan lain-lain.
c. Perbandingan yang dibuat hendakkh berdasarkan unsur-unsur
yang sarna.
d. Penilaian bagi kendetaan, jentera berat, sistem rnaklumat dan
seumpamanya henda klah berasas kan ha rga yang menyeluruh
seperti alat ganti, latihan, pendtauliahan/pemasangan dan harga
penyelengga man.
e. Bagi penilaian tender kerja, tempoh siap hendaklah ditenlukan
dan diniia i mengikut kepentingannya .
1 4. PERAKUAN/TAKLIMAT TENDER
I. Dipenkukan oleh Ketua Agensi betasaskan bporan penilaian tender.
ii. Hendaklah mengambil kin dasarsemasa Ketajaan.
1 5. PERTIMBANGAN LEMBAGA PEROLEHAN
1. Penubuhan Lembaga Perolehan perlu mendapat kehlusan dari
Perbendahanan (AP 192 dan SPP Bil. 1 1/2001).
ii. Keputusan hendakhh sebulat suara. jika tidak sebulat suan,
hendakhh dibawa ke Kementerian Kewangan untuk pertimbangan dan
keputusan.
iii. Dalamhadnilaisetujuterimayangdibenarkan.
1 6. PENGURUSAN KONTRAK
(AP 200 DAN SPP 2/ 95)
f
I. Sun t Niat
ii. Surat Setuju Terirna.
iii. Dokumen kontrak.
GARISPANDUAN
PEROLEHAN KERJA SECARA
SEBUTHARGA
BAHAGIAN UKUR BAHAN & KONTRAK
IBU PEJABAT JPS MALAYSIA
GARISPANDUAN
PEROLEHAN KERJA SECARA
SEBUTHARGA
JABATAN PENGAIRAN DAN SALIRAN
MALAYSIA
BAHAGIAN UKUR BAHAN & KONTRAK
IBU PEJABAT JPS MALAYSIA
GARISPANDUAN PEROLEHAN KERJA SECARA SEBUTHARGA
1.0 Tatacara Mempelawa Sebutharaa
Sebutharga hendaklah dipelawa daripada sekurang-kurangnya lima (5)
kontraktor Kelas 'F' yang berdaftar dengan Pusat Khidmat Kontraktor (PKK) dan
Lembaga Pembangunan lndustri Pembinaan Malaysia (LPIPM) di bawah kepala
dan sub kepala yang berkaitan.
Pelawaan kerja-kerja Sebutharga di sesuatu daerah hanya terhad kepada
kontraktor yang berdaftar bagi kawasan pentadbiran Daerah atau Wilayah
Persekutuan yang ianya didaftarkan oleh PKK. Sekiranya bilangan kontraktor di
kawasan berkenaan tidak mencukupi, Sebutharga boleh dibuka di kalangan
kontraktor di daerah yang berhampiran.
Sekiranya bilangan kontraktor di luar kawasan operasi masih tidak mencukupi,
Sebutharga boleh dibuka di kalangan kontraktor yang berdaftar di kelas yang
lebih tinggi hanya setelah mendapat kelulusan Kementerian KewanganIPegawai
Kewangan Negeri.
Surat Pelawaan berserta dengan Kenyataan Sebutharga boleh dibuat samaada
melalui pos berdaftar ataupun serahan tangan.
Kenyataan Sebutharga hendaklah dipamerkan di papan kenyataan disepanjang
tempoh sebutharga dibuka.
Kenyataan Sebutharga hendaklah mengandungi maklumat-maklumat berikut:-
i) Nama Projek
ii)
Kelas Kontraktor (Kepala dan Sub-kepala) yang dipelawa
iii) Masa dan tarikh tutup Sebutharga
iv)
Tempat mengambil dan mengembalikan Dokumen Sebutharga
v)
Bayaran keatas Dokumen Sebutharga (jika ada)
vi)
Masa dan tarikh lawatan tapak (jika ada)
Contoh Surat Pelawaan berserta dengan Kenyataan Sebutharga adalah seperti
di Lampiran A.
Tempoh Sebutharga hendaklah sekurang-kurangnya tujuh (7) hari dan
kenyataan tersebut hendaklah sentiasa berada di papan kenyataan di sepanjang
tempoh tersebut.
Bagi Sebutharga yang memerlukan lawatan tapak, kenyataan sebutharga
hendaklah dipamerkan sekurang-kurangnya tiga (3) hari sebelum lawatan tapak
diadakan dan hendaklah sentiasa berada di papan kenyataan disepanjang
tempoh tersebut.
Sesalinan Kenyataan Sebutharga hendaklah dihantar kepada Dewan
Perniagaan Melayu dan Persatuan Kontraktor Melayu Malaysia.
1.10 Borang Sebutharga hanya boleh dikeluarkan kepada Kontraktor atau wakil
kontraktor yang bertauliah, dengan menunjukkan Sijil Pendaftaran ASAL yang
masih SAH, yang dikeluarkan oleh Pusat Khidmat Kontraktor dan Lembaga
Pembangunan lndustri Pembinaan Malaysia.
1.11 Semasa mengeluarkan borang-borang Sebutharga, nama, alamat dan butiran
pendaftaran Kontraktor hendaklah dicatatkan di atas borang-borang tersebut.
2.0 Dokumen Sebutharaa
Dokumen-dokumen yang diperlukan untuk mempelawa Sebutharga adalah
seperti berikut:-
i)
i i)
iii)
iv)
v)
vi)
vii)
viii)
ix)
Kenyataan Sebutharga
Arahan Kepada Pentender -
Syarat-Syarat Sebutharga
Borang Sebutharga
Spesifikasi
Ringkasan Sebutharga
Senarai LukisanILukisan
Format Borang Jaminan Bank,
InsuranslSyarikat Kewangan untuk
Bon Pelaksanaan -
Dokumen-dokumen Sokongan
a) Senarai Kerja Yang Telah Disiapkan
b) Senarai Kerja Dalam Tangan
Dokumen A
Dokumen B
Dokumen C
Dokumen D
Dokumen E
Dokumen F
Dokumen G
Dokumen H
Dokumen-dokumen di atas hendaklah disediakan sama seperti cara-cara
penyediaan Dokumen Tender. Sebutharga boleh dibuat berasaskan Senarai
Kuantiti atau Harga Pukal. Contoh Dokumen Sebutharga yang berasaskan
Harga Pukal adalah seperti Lampiran B
Bavaran Dokumen Sebutharaa
Bagi projek yang bernilai RM50,000.00 ke bawah Dokumen Sebutharga
hendaklah dikeluarkan secara percuma kepada pentender.
Bayaran dikenakan ke atas Dokumen Sebutharga yang dikeluarkan bagi
projek yang bernilai melebihi RM50,000.00 hingga RM200,000.00.
Bagi menentukan kadar bayaran dokumen Sebutharga, pengiraan
hendaklah dibuat berdasarkan kadar yang ditetapkan dalam Surat
Pekeliling Perbendaharaan Bil 2 Tahun 1995 iaitu:-
i)
Harga semuka dokumen yang menggunakan kertas A4 adalah
RM 0.35 dan saiz A3 adalah RM 0.70
ii)
Harga bagi sesalinan lukisanlpelan ialah :-
Saiz Kertas
A3
A2
A I
A0
Haraa
RM 0.70
RM 3.50
RM 6.50
RM 8.00
2.3.4 Kadar bayaran minimum yang ditetapkan bagi senaskah Dokumen
Sebutharga adalah sebanyak RM1O.OO dan kadar maksimum adalah
sebanyak RM50.00.
3.0 Anaaaran Sebutharaa
3.1 Sebelum Sebutharga ditutup, Anggaran hendaklah disediakan dan
ditandatangani oleh Pegawai Inden. Anggaran ini hendaklah dimasukkan ke
dalam sampul surat yang berlakri dan ditandakan sebagai 'Anggaran Jabatan'
dan menyatakan 'Tajuk Sebutharga' dan dimasukkan ke dalam Peti Sebutharga
sebelum waktu tutup Sebutharga.
3.2 Anggaran Jabatan tidak boleh dipinda selepas Sebutharga ditutup kecuali
sekiranya terdapat kesilapan.
4.0 Jawatankuasa Baai Sebutharaa
4.1 Terdapat dua (2) Jawatankuasa yang terlibat dalam Kerja-kerja Sebutharga, iaitu
Jawatankuasa Pembuka Sebutharga dan Jawatankuasa Menyetujuterima
Sebutharga atau yang dikenali sebagai Jawatankuasa Sebutharga.
4.2 Jawatankuasa Pembuka Sebutharga hendaklah terdiri daripada sekurang-
kurangnya dua (2) orang pegawai di mana seorang daripadanya hendaklah
pegawai Kumpulan Pengurusan dan Profesional.
4.3 Keahlian Jawatankuasa Sebutharga mengikut Surat Pekeliling
Perbendaharaan hendaklah terdiri daripada tiga (3) orang pegawai dan
dipengerusikan oleh Pemegang Waran atau Pemegang Peruntukan Kecil atau
mana-mana pegawai yang dilantik oleh Pegawai Pengawal atau Pegawai
Kewangan Negeri dari Kumpulan Pengurusan dan Profesional. Bagi ahli-ahli
lain, sekiranya Jabatan tidak mempunyai pegawai yang mencukupi dari
Kumpulan Pengurusan dan Profesional bagi menganggotai Jawatankuasa
Sebutharga maka pegawai JPS dari Daerah yang berdekatan dari Kumpulan
yang sama hendaklah dilantik untuk menjadi ahli Jawatankuasa.
4.4 Di dalam memilih ahli-ahli Jawatankuasa, perkara-perkara berikut perlulah
dipatuhi :-
a)
Ahli-ahli Jawatankuasa Pembuka Sebutharga dalam masa yang sama
tidak boleh menjadi ahli Jawatankuasa Sebutharga. Walau
bagaimanapun, seorang pegawai kumpulan Pengurusan dan Profesional
boleh dilantik sebagai ahli Jawatankuasa Sebutharga dan dalam masa
yang sama menduduki Jawatankuasa Pembuka Sebutharga jika tidak
ada pegawai kumpulan Pengurusan dan Profesional lain di dalam pejabat
tersebut.
b)
Pegawai yang menganggotai Jawatankuasa Sebutharga dalam masa
yang sama tidak boleh menjadi Pegawai Penilai ke atas Sebutharga yang
diterima.
c) Bagi projek-projek Negeri, Pengarah Pengairan dan Saliran Negeri
hendaklah memastikan bahawa ahli-ahli Jawatankuasa Sebutharga di
Jabatannya telah mendapat kelulusan daripada Pegawai Kewangan
Negeri.
5.0 Membuka Sebutharaa
Peti Sebutharga hendaklah dibuka oleh Jawatankuasa Pembuka Sebutharga
secepat mungkin selepas Sebutharga ditutup.
Jawatankuasa Pembuka Sebutharga hendaklah menyenarai dengan nombor
bersiri dokumen yang dibuka dan menandatangani ringkas dokumen tersebut.
Jawatankuasa Pembuka Sebutharga hendaklah menandatangan ringkas semua
muka surat yang mengandungi kadar harga kecuali Borang Sebutharga yang
memerlukan tandatangan penuh. Apa jua pembetulanlpindaan dan
ketidaksamaan dalam Borang Sebutharga hendaklah ditandatangan ringkas dan
catatan mengenainya dibuat dalam Jadual Sebutharga
Jawatankuasa Membuka Sebutharga hendaklah mengisikan Jadual Sebutharga
dan ditandatangani oleh semua ahli. Anggaran Jabatan hendaklah dicatatkan
dalam Jadual Sebutharga. Jadual tersebut hendaklah menggunakan format
seperti di Lampiran C.
Satu Jadual berasingan tanpa nama-nama Kontraktor dan Anggaran Jabatan,
hendaklah dipamerkan di Papan Kenyataan.
Sebutharga yang lewat diterima tidak boleh dibuka dan seterusnya tidak boleh
dipertimbangkan. Catatan mengenai tarikh dan waktu penerimaannya
hendaklah dibuat di atas sampul surat berkenaan.
Semua dokumen Sebutharga termasuk Jadual Sebutharga hendaklah
diserahkan kepada Pegawai Penilai Sebutharga dengan secepat mungkin.
6.0 Penilaian dan Perakuan
6.1 Penilaian ke atas Sebutharga hendaklah dibuat secepat mungkin oleh Pegawai
Penilai. Semua Dokumen yang diterima hendaklah dirahsiakan.
6.2 Pegawai Penilai hendaklah menyediakan Laporan Penilaian kepada
Jawatankuasa Sebutharga.
6.3 Laporan Penilaian Sebutharga yang dikemukakan hendaklah disediakan dalam
lima (5) salinan.
6.4 Semua Laporan Penilaian dan Kertas Perakuan kepada Jawatankuasa
Sebutharga hendaklah disediakan mengikut format seperti di Lampiran D dan
dikemukakan kepada Urusetia Jawatankuasa Sebutharga yang ditubuhkan di
Peringkat Ibu Pejabatl NegeriIDaerahlProjek.
Ke~utusan Jawatankuasa Sebutharna
7.1 Urusetia Sebutharga hendaklah menetapkan tarikh bagi Jawatankuasa
Sebutharga bersidang untuk menimbangkan Laporan Penilaian yang diterima.
7.2 Semua keputusan Jawatankuasa Sebutharga hendaklah diminitkan.
7.3 Di mana Sebutharga yang disyorkan untuk disetujuterima berharga melebihi
RM200,000.00, Jawatankuasa Sebutharga hendaklah membuat perakuan untuk
pertimbangan dan keputusan oleh Lembaga Perolehan yang berkenaan.
Pelarasan Rinqkasan Sebutharqa
8.1 Harga-harga dalam Ringkasan Sebutharga yang dikemukakan oleh Kontraktor
hendaklah disemak oleh Pegawai lnden tentang kemunasabahannya. Jumlah
amaun yang dilaraskan hendaklah sama dengan jumlah harga pukal dalam
Borang Sebutharga.
8.2 Persetujuan dan apa-apa pelarasan kepada harga-harga dalam Ringkasan
Sebutharga hendaklah dibuat sebelum lnden Kerja dikeluarkan.
Penqeluaran lnden Dan Surat Pemberitahuan
Pegawai lnden adalah bertanggungjawab untuk mempastikan peruntukan
mencukupi sebelum lnden dikeluarkan.
Borang lnden (JKR 58 Pin. 2/88) seperti di Lampiran El hendaklah dikeluarkan
kepada Kontraktor yang berjaya secepat mungkin sebaik sahaja keputusan
Jawatankuasa Sebutharga diperolehi. Pengeluaran Borang lnden hendaklah
dalam Tempoh Sah Sebutharga iaitu selama 90 hari dari tarikh Sebutharga
ditutup.
Bagi Sebutharga yang bernilai melebihi RM200,000.00 yang diputuskan oleh
Lembaga Perolehan, semua peraturan Tender iaitu pengeluaran Surat
Setujuterima Tender dan penyediaan dokumen kontrak hendaklah dipatuhi.
lnden hendaklah dihantar melalui Pos Berdaftar atau dengan meminta Kontraktor
datang ke pejabat untuk mengambilnya. Surat Pemberitahuan Penerimaan
Sebutharga seperti di Lampiran E2 hendaklah dihantar bersama Borang lnden
JKR 58 Pin. 2/88 berserta Syarat-syarat Sebutharga.
10.0 Bon Pelaksanaan, lnsurans dan PERKESO
10.1 Bagi semua Sebutharga yang bernilai melebihi RM50,000.00 hingga
RM200,000.00, Pegawai lnden hendaklah mempastikan Kontraktor telah
menyerahkan perkara-perkara berikut sebelum memulakan kerjanya:
(i)
Bon Pelaksanaan sebanyak 5% daripada nilai Sebutharga. (Kontraktor
dibenarkan membuat pilihan untuk mengemukakan Jaminan
Bank, Jaminan Syarikat Kewangan, Jaminan lnsurans atau Jaminan
Takaful atau memilih untuk dikenakan Wang Jaminan Pelaksanaan).
(ii)
Polisi lnsurans Tanggungan Awam (iaitu lnsurans terhadap bencana
kepada orang dan kerosakan kepada harta) dengan nilai liputan minimum
sebanyak RM25,000.00 bagi setiap kemalangan.
(iii) Nombor Pendaftaran di bawah Skim Keselamatan Sosial Pekerja
(PERKESO).
10.2 Manakala bagi Sebutharga yang bernilai kurang daripada RM50,000.00
Kontraktor hanyalah perlu mengemukakan Nombor Pendaftaran PERKESO
sahaja.
11.0 Bavaran Keria
11 .I Bayaran bagi kerja-kerja Sebutharga boleh dilaksanakan secara:-
(i)
Bayaran sepenuhnya iaitu setelah Kontraktor menyiapkan kerja dengan
sempurna dan menyerahkan lnden Kerja Asal; atau
(ii)
Bayaran berperingkat tertakluk kepada dua (2) kali bayaran. Bayaran
pertama bolehlah dibuat apabila kemajuan kerja mencapai sekurang-
kurangnya 50% dari nilai Sebutharga. Manakala bayaran kedua adalah
merupakan bayaran akhir.
11.2 Sekiranya Kontraktor memilih Bon Pelaksanaan dalam bentuk Wang Jaminan
Pelaksanaan, potongan sebanyak 5% daripada nilai Sebutharga hendaklah
dibuat pada bayaran pertama.
12.0 Penveliaan Keria-keria Sebutharaa
12.1 Kerja-kerja Sebutharga hendaklah bermula pada tarikh yang ditetapkan dalam
lnden Kerja.
12.2 Apabila kerja telah disiapkan, Kontraktor hendaklah mengembalikan lnden Asal
dan Pegawai Penyelia Kerja akan mengesahkan bahawa kerja telah disiapkan
dengan sempurna dan memuaskan. Tarikh pengesahan Pegawai Penyelia Kerja
adalah dianggap tarikh siap kerja dan bermulanya Tempoh Laibiliti Kecacatan.
13.0 Pembatalan Sebutharaa
13.1 Jika kerja tidak dapat disiapkan pada tarikh siap kerja atau dalam tempoh
lanjutan masa yang diberikan, Pegawai lnden boleh membatalkan lnden Kerja.
13.2 Sebaik sahaja Sebutharga dibatalkan, Pegawai lnden hendaklah mengambil
langkah-langkah berikut:
i)
Mengeluarkan notis yang baru untuk memanggil Sebutharga bagi baki
kerja tersebut atau pihak Jabatan sendiri yang akan menyiapkan kerja
berkenaan.
ii) Mengeluarkan surat pengesyoran kepada Pusat Khidmat Kontraktor
untuk mengambil tindakan tatatettib ke atas Kontraktor berkenaan
14.0 Perubahan Keria
14.1 Sekiranya didapati perlu untuk melaksanakan kerja-kerja tambahan, kerja
tersebut bolehlah dilaksanakan dengan syarat peruntukan mencukupi.
14.2 Permohonan Perubahan Kerja hendaklah dikemukakan kepada Jawatankuasa
Sebutharga Asal untuk kelulusan. Walau bagaimanapun nilai perubahan
hendaklah tidak melebihi 20% daripada harga Asal dengan syarat nilai
keseluruhan tidak melebihi RM200,000.00
14.3 Butir-butir perubahan, nilai serta kelulusan Jawatankuasa Sebutharga hendaklah
dilampirkan bersama dengan Borang lnden Kerja Asal.
15.0 Tempoh Liabiliti Kecacatan
15.1 Tempoh Liabiliti Kecacatan bagi Sebutharga yang bernilai melebihi
RM20,000.00 hingga RM200,000.00 adalah selama enam (6) bulan dari tarikh
kerja diperakukan siap.
15.2 Kontraktor hendaklah membaiki sebarang kecacatan, ketidaksempurnaan,
kekecutan atau apa-apa kerosakan yang disebabkan oleh bahan, barang atau
mutu hasil kerja yang tidak menepati kontrak di atas perbelanjaan sendiri.
15.3 Setelah kesemua kecacatan, kediaksempurnaan dan kerosakan dibaiki, Pegawai
lnden hendaklah melepaskan tanggungan Bank atau Syarikat lnsurans bagi Bon
Pelaksanaan atau memulangkan Wang Jaminan Pelaksanaan (jika berkaitan).
LAMPIRAN KEPADA
GARISPANDUAN PEROLEHAN KERJA SECARA SEBUTHARGA
1.0 Lampiran A -
1.1 Lampiran A1 -
1.2 Lampiran A2 -
2.0 Lampiran B -
3.0 Lampiran C -
4.0 Lampiran D -
4.1 Lampiran Dl -
4.2 Lampiran D2 -
5.0 Lampiran E -
5.1 Lampiran El -
5.2 Lampiran E2 -
Pelawaan Sebutharga
Surat Pelawaaan Sebutharga
Kenyataan Sebutharga
Format Dokumen Sebutharga
Jadual Sebutharga
Perakuan dan Penilaian Sebutharga
Kertas Perakuan Kepada Jawatankuasa Sebutharga
Laporan Penilaian Sebutharga
Pengeluaran lnden dan Surat Pemberitahuan
lnden Kerja (JKR 58 Pin. 2/88)
Surat Pemberitahuan Penerimaan Sebutharga
Ruj. Fail:. ...............................
Tarikh: ..................................
Tuan,
No. Sebutharga :
Tajuk Sebutharga . :
Sukacita saya merujuk kepada perkara di atas.
Syarikat tuan adalah dijemput untuk menyertai sebutharga ini. Walau bagaimanapun
pihak tuan hendaklah memenuhi syarat-syarat yang dinyatakan di dalam Kenyataan
Sebutharga seperti dilampirkan.
Sekian, terima kasih.
"BERKHIDMAT UNTUK NEGARA"
Saya yang menurut perintah,
.................................
(Pegawai Inden)
KERAJAAN MALAYSIA
JABATAN PENGAIRAN DAN SALIRAN
KENYATAAN SEBUTHARGA
1. Sebutharga adalah dipelawa daripada kontraktor-kontraktor yang masih dibenarkan
membuat tawaran buat masa ini bagi kerja berikut:
NO. SEBUTHARGA : .......................................................................
TAJUK : ......................................................................................
(Isikan nama projek dengan huruf besar)
2. Kontraktor-kontraktor yang ingin menyertai Sebutharga ini hendaklah berdaftar dengan
Pusat Khidmat Kontraktor (PKK) dalam Kelas F di bawah Kepala ................ Sub-
kepala ........................ DAN Lembaga Pembangunan lndustri Pembinaan Malaysia
(LPIPM).
3. Segala maklumat dan dokumen Sebutharga boleh didapati semasa waktu pejabat
di: ..................................................................................................................
................... ............................................ .mulai dari..
4. Dokumen Sebutharga hanya akan dikeluarkan kepada kontraktor yang ditauliahkan atau
wakil-wakil kontraktor yang membawa surat wakil kuasa dari pegawai yang ditauliahkan
seperti dalam Sijil Pusat Khidmat Kontraktor. Wakil Kontraktor hendaklah membawa
Sijil Pendaftaran ASAL yang dikeluarkan oleh Pusat Khidmat Kontraktor dan Perakuan
Pendaftaran ASAL yang dikeluarkan oleh Lembaga Pembangunan lndustri Pembinaan
Malaysia.
#5. Kontraktor yang ingin memasuki Sebutharga di atas adalah dikehendaki mengeluarkan
Wang PosNVang Kiriman Pos berharga RM ................... yang dibuat atas
nama.. .................................. sebagai bayaran dokumen Sebutharga
*6.
Lawatan ke tapak pembinaan akan diadakan pada ...................................... jam
............... Kontraktor-kontraktor yang berminat untuk menyertai lawatan ini ikehendaki
berada di ............................................................................... pada tarikh dan
masa yang telah ditetapkan.
7. Sebutharga ini akan ditutup pada .......................... Dokumen Sebutharga hendaklah
dimasukkan ke dalam Peti Sebutharga di ..........................................
................................ tidak lewat dari jam 12.00 tengahari pada hari tersebut.
i) Pengarah JPS Negeri
ii)
Pusat Khidrnat Kontraktor (Cawangan Negeri)
iii) Persatuan Pemborong Bumiputera
# Bagi projek yang bernilai RM50, 000.00 hingga RM200,OOO. 00
*
(i)
Sekiranya tiada lawatan tapak diaturkan, sila gugurkan para ini (6).
(ii)
Sekiranya lawatan tapak diwajibkan, sila gantikan para ini (6) dengan kenyataan
berikut:
Lawatan ke tapak pembinaan adalah DIWAJIBKAN dan hanya kontraktor yang
menghadiri lawatan tapak dibenarkan mengambil dokumen Sebutharga. Kontraktor
hendaklah melaporkan diri pada.. ......... .......ja m.. ............. di.. ................................
pada tarikh dan masa yang ditetapkan.
(ii)
LAMPIRAN B
FORMAT DOKUMEN SEBUTHARGA
DOKUME
NO. SEBUTHARGA:
Pengarah
NegerVBahagian Berkenaan
KERAJAAN MALAYSIA
JABATAN PENGAIRAN DAN SALIRAN
MALAYSIA
SEBUTHARAGA NO
TAJUK KERJA
JADUALKANDUNGAN
Bil.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Butiran
- - -
Kenyataan Sebutharga
Dokumen A - Arahan Kepada Pentender
Dokumen B - Borang Sebutharga
Dokumen C - Syarat-Syarat Sebutharga
Dokumen D - Spesifikasi
Dokumen E - Ringkasan Sebutharga
Dokumen F - Senarai Lukisan I Lukisan
Dokumen G - Borang Gerenti Untuk Bon Pelaksanaan
Dokumen H - Dokumen-dokumen Sokongan
a) Senarai Pengalaman Kerja
b) Senarai Kerja Dalam Tangan
Muka Surat
(i) - (ii)
A11 - A12
B11
c11 - c14
Dl1
El1
F11
GI1 - GI2
HI1 -HI2
ARAHANKEPADAPENTENDER
1.0 Hak Keraiaan Untuk MenerimaIMenolak Sebutharqa
Kerajaan adalah tidak terikat untuk menerima Sebutharga yang terendah atau mana-
mana Sebutharga atau memberi apa-apa sebab di atas penolakan sesuatu Sebutharga.
Keputusan Jawatankuasa Sebutharga adalah muktamad
2.0 Cara-Cara Melenakapkan Dokumen Sebutharqa
2.1 Penvediaan Sebutharqa
Pentender adalah dikehendaki mengisi segala maklumat berikut dengan
sepenu hnya;
a)
Ringkasan Sebutharga perlu diisi sepenuhnya dan ditandatangani oleh
pentender dan saksinya.
b)
Borang Sebutharga perlu diisi dengan menyatakan harga secara pukal
(Lump Sum) dan tempoh masa yang diperlukan untuk melaksanakan
kerja. Borang ini perlu ditandatangani oleh pentender dan saksinya.
c) Butir-butir Spesifikasi (jika ada),
d) Senarai Kerja Dalam Tangan
e) Senarai Pengalaman Kerja
Jika berlaku kesilapan dalam mengisi maklumat-maklumat di atas, Pentender
hendaklah menandatangani ringkas semua pembetulan.
2.2 Penverahan Dokumen Sebutharqa
a) Dokumen Sebutharga yang telah diisi dengan lengkap hendaklah
dimasukkan ke dalam sampul surat berlakri yang dicatatkan dengan
bilangan Sebutharga serta tajuk Sebutharga dan
hendaklah dimasukkan ke dalam Peti Sebutharga pada masa dan tempat
yang ditetapkan dalam Kenyataan Sebutharga.
b)
Jika Dokumen Sebutharga tidak diserahkan dengan tangan, Kontraktor
hendaklah menghantar Dokumen tersebut dengan pos supaya tiba pada
atau sebelum masa dan di tempat yang ditetapkan.
c)
Sebutharga yang diserahkan selepas masa yang ditetapkan atas sebab
apa sekalipun, tidak akan dipertimbangkan.
DOKUMEN A
Arahan Kepada Pentender
2.3 Penielasan Laniut
Sekiranya terdapat maklumat dalam Dokumen Sebutharga yang tidak jelas atau
bercanggah , Pentender boleh menghubungi pejabat * ...................................
untuk penjelasan lanjut.
3.0 Rinakasan Sebutharqa
3.1 Ringkasan Sebutharga hendaklah menjadi sebahagian daripada Borang
Sebutharga ini dan hendaklah menjadi asas Jumlah Harga Sebutharga.
3.2 Harga-harga dalam Ringkasan Sebutharga hendaklah mengambil kira semua
kos termasuk kos pengangkutan, cukai, duti, bayaran dan caj-caj lain yang perlu
dan berkaitan bagi penyiapan kerja dengan sempurnanya.
4.0 Tempoh Sah Sebutharga
Sebutharga ini sah selama 90 hari dari tarikh tutup Sebutharga. Pentender tidak boleh
menarik balik Sebutharganya sebelum tamat tempoh sah. Pengesyoran tindakan
tatatertib akan diambil sekiranya Pentender menarik balik Sebutharganya sebelum
tamat tempoh Sebutharga.
* (pejabat yang mengeluarkan Sebutharga)
N2
DOKUMEN B
Borang Sebutharga
BORANGSEBUTHARGA
No. Sebutharga : ............................
.............................................
(Pejabat yang memanggil Sebutharga)
Tuan,
Sebutharga Untuk :
Di bawah dan tertakluk kepada Arahan Kepada Pentender, Syarat-syarat Sebutharga,
Spesifikasi Kerja dan pelan-pelan, saya yang bertandatangan di bawah ini adalah dengan
ini menawarkan untuk melaksanakan dan menyiapkan kerja-kerja tersebut bagi jumlah
harga pukal sebanyak Ringgit Malaysia ..................................................................
(RM ..........................
)
2. Saya bersetuju menyiapkan kerja-kerja ini dengan sempurna dan memuaskan dalam
masa ..................... minggu dari tarikh mula kerja seperti yang ditetapkan di bawah Fasal
2 Borang lnden Kerja.
Bertarikh pada .................. haribulan .................. ..20.. ................
...................................
(Tandatangan Pentender)
Nama Penuh: .................................
No. WP : ......................................
Alamat:. ......................................
Atas sifat:. ....................................
......................................
(Tandatangan Saksi)
........................... Nama Penuh:
No. WP : ...............................
Alamat:. ................................
................................................
Meteri atau Cop Syarikat
DOKUMEN C
Syarat-Syarat Sebutharga
SYARAT-SYARAT SEBUTHARGA
1.0 Pemeriksaan Tapakbina
1.1 Kontraktor adalah dinasihatkan untuk memeriksa dan meneliti tapakbina dan
sekitarnya, bentuk dan jenis tapakbina, takat dan jenis kerja, bahan dan barang
yang perlu bagi menyiapkan Kerja, cara-cara perhubungan dan laluan masuk ke
Tapakbina dan hendaklah mendapatkan sendiri segala maklumat yang perlu
tentang risiko, luar jangkaan dan segala hal-keadaan yang mempengaruhi dan
menjejas Sebutharganya. Sebarang tuntutan yang timbul akibat daripada
kegagalan Kontraktor mematuhi kehendak ini tidak akan dipertimbangkan.
2.0 Bon Pelaksanaanl lnsurans
2.1 Bagi Sebutharga yang bernilai melebihi RM50,000.00, Kontraktor hendaklah
mengemukakan perkara-perkara berikut:-
(i)
Bon Pelaksanaan sebanyak 5% daripada nilai Sebutharga dalam bentuk
Jaminan Bank, Jaminan Syarikat Kewangan, Jaminan lnsurans atau
Jaminan Takaful atau memilih Wang Jaminan Pelaksanaan yang
dikenakan potongan sebanyak 5% daripada nilai Sebutharga.
(ii) lnsurans Tanggungan Awam atas nama bersama Kerajaan dan
Kontraktor bagi tempoh pelaksanaan Kerja termasuk Tempoh Liabiliti
Kecacatan. Nilai minimum hendaklah sebanyak RM25,000.00 bagi setiap
kemalangan.
(iii)
Nombor Kod Pendaftaran dengan PERKESO.
2.2 Bagi Sebutharga yang tidak melebihi RM50,000.00 Kontraktor hanya perlu
mengemukakan Nombor Kod Pendaftaran dengan PERKESO.
2.3 Kontraktor hendaklah mengemukakan kepada Pegawai lnden semua polisi
insurans dan Nombor Kod Pendaftaran dengan PERKESO yang tersebut di atas
sebelum memulakan Kerja. Bagaimanapun untuk tujuan memulakan Kerja
sahaja, Nota-nota perlindungan dan resit-resit bayaran premium adalah
mencukupi. Sekiranya Kontraktor gagal mengemukakan semua polisi lnsurans
selepas tempoh sah Nota-nota Perlindungan tanpa sebarang sebab yang
munasabah, Pegawai lnden berhak mengambil tindakan seperti di bawah fasal
8.1 (e) Syarat-syarat ini.
3.0 Peraturan Pelaksanaan Keria
3.1 Kerja-kerja yang dilaksanakan hendaklah mematuhi Spesifikasi, Pelan-pelan,
Butir-butir Kerja dalam Ringkasan Sebutharga, Syarat-syarat yang dinyatakan
dalam Dokumen Sebutharga dan Arahan Pegawai lnden atau Wakilnya.
Sub-Sewa Dan Penverahan Hak
4.1 Kontraktor tidak dibenarkan mengsub-sewakan kerja kepada kontraktor-
kontraktor lain. Kontraktor tidak boleh menyerahhak apa-apa faedah di bawah
lnden Kerja ini tanpa terlebih dahulu mendapatkan persetujuan bertulis daripada
Pegawai lnden.
Penolakan Bahan, Baranq Dan Keria Oleh Peqawai Inden.
5.1 Pegawai lnden atau Wakilnya berhak menolak bahan, barang dan kerja-kerja
yang tidak menepati Spesifikasi. Bahan, barang dan kerja-kerja yang ditolak
hendaklah diganti dan sebarang kos tambahan yang terlibat hendaklah
ditanggung oleh Kontraktor sendiri.
Rinqkasan Sebutharqa
Ringkasan Sebutharga hendaklah menjadi sebahagian daripada Sebutharga ini.
Harga-harga dalam Ringkasan Sebutharga yang dikemukakan oleh Kontraktor
hendaklah tertakluk kepada persetujuan Pegawai lnden tentang
kemunasabahannya.
Apa-apa pelarasan kepada harga dan apa-apa kesilapan hisab dalam Ringkasan
Sebutharga hendaklah dilaraskan dan diperbetulkan sebelum lnden Kerja
dikeluarkan. Jumlah amaun yang dilaraskan hendaklah sama dengan jumlah
harga pukal dalam Borang Sebutharga. Amaun jumlah harga pukal dalam
Borang Sebutharga hendaklah tetap tidak berubah.
Tiada sebarang tuntutan akan dilayan atau pelarasan harga dibuat akibat
daripada perubahan kos buruh, bahan-bahan, duti dan cukai Kerajaan, sama
ada dalam tempoh sah Sebutharga atau dalam tempoh kerja.
Percangqahan Dalam Dokumen Sebutharqa
7.1 Jika Kontraktor mendapati apa-apa percanggahan dalam Dokumen Sebutharga
dia hendaklah merujuk kepada Pegawai lnden untuk mendapatkan keputusan.
Penamatan Perlantikan Kontraktor
8.1 Pegawai lnden berhak membatalkan lnden Kerja sekiranya Kontraktor berada
dalam keadaan berikut dan setelah menerima surat amaran daripada Pegawai
Inden:
a)
Sekiranya Kontraktor gagal memulakan kerja selepas 7 hari dari tarikh
akhir tempoh mula kerja yang dinyatakan dalam lnden Kerja, tanpa sebab
yang munasabah.
b)
Sekiranya Kontraktor gagal menyiapkan Kerja pada tarikh siap kerja atau
dalam tempoh lanjutan masa yang diberikan.
c)
Kemajuan Kerja terlalu lembap tanpa apa-apa sebab yang munasabah.
d)
Penggantungan perlaksanaan keseluruhan atau sebahagian Kerja, tanpa
apa-apa sebab yang munasabah.
e) Tidak mematuhi arahan Pegawai lnden tanpa apa-apa alasan yang
munasabah; dan
f 1
Apabila Kontraktor diisytiharkan bankrap oleh pihak yang sah.
8.2 Sekiranya perlantikan Kontraktor ditamatkan, tindakan tatatertib akan diambil
terhadap Kontraktor.
9.0 Keria Perubahan
9.1 Pegawai lnden boleh mengeluarkan arahan-arahan yang berkehendakkan
sesuatu perubahan kerja dengan secara bertulis. Tiada apa-apa perubahan
yang dikeluarkan oleh Pegawai lnden boleh membatalkan Sebutharga ini.
9.2 Semua kerja perubahan danlatau tambahan yang diluluskan oleh Pegawai lnden
akan diukur atau dinilai dengan menggunakan kadar harga yang ada dalam
Senarai KuantitiIRingkasan Sebutharga. Jika tidak terdapat sebarang kadar
harga yang bersesuaian, kadar harga yang dipersetujui oleh Pegawai lnden dan
kontraktor hendaklah digunakan.
10.0 Tempoh Liabiliti Kecacatan
10.1 Bagi kerja yang bernilai RM20,000.00 hingga RM200,000.00, Tempoh Liabiliti
Kecacatan ialah selama enam (6) bulan dari tarikh kerja diperakukan siap. Pada
bila-bila masa di dalam Tempoh Liabiliti Kecacatan, Kontraktor hendaklah
membaiki sebarang kecacatan, ketidaksempurnaan, kekecutan atau apa-apa
kerosakan lain yang disebabkan oleh bahan, barang atau mutu hasil kerja yang
tidak menepati spesifikasi di atas perbelanjaannya sendiri setelah dimaklumkan
oleh Pegawai Inden.
11.0 Pematuhan Kepada Undana-Undang
1 1.1 Kontraktor hendaklah mematuhi segala kehendak Undang-Undang Kecil dan
Undang-Undang Berkanun dalam Malaysia semasa pelaksanaan kerja.
Kontraktor tidak berhak menuntut sebarang kos dan bayaran tambahan akibat
pematuhan syarat ini.
DOKUMEN D
Spesif i kasi
DOKUMEN E
Ringkasan Sebutharga
.................................................................................................... Sebutharga
.......................................................................................
RINGKASAN SEBUTHARGA
Bil Huraian Kerja
Kerja-kerja Permulaan
...........................
...........................
............................
Jumlah Harga Pukal
Jumlah di bawa ke Borang Sebutharga
I
Catatan :
Jika ada butiran dikehendaki dalam Spesifikasi dan Skop Kerja tidak termasuk di dalam
Ringkasan Sebutharga ini, harga butiran tersebut hendaklah dimasukkan ke dalam salah
satu butiran dalam Ringkasan Sebutharga.
....................................
(Tandatangan Pentender)
................................. Nama Penuh:
No. WP : ......................................
Alamat: .......................................
.................................................
Atas sifat:. ....................................
......................................
(Tandatangan Saksi)
Nama Penuh: .........................
No. WP : ...............................
Alamat: .................................
..........................................
...........................................
Meteri atau Cop Syarikat
DOKUMEN F
Senarai Lu kisanILukisan
DOKUMEN G
Borang Gerenti Untuk Bon Pelaksanaan
JAMINAN BANKIJAMINAN SYARIKAT KEWANGANI
JAMINAN INSURANS UNTUK BON PELAKSANAAN
(KONTRAK KERJA)
Sebagai balasan kepada Kontrak No. ............................ yang dibuat antara Kerajaan
Malaysia, (kemudian daripada ini dirujuk sebagai "Kerajaan") dan
...................................... , (kemudian daripada ini dirujuk sebagai "Kontraktor") bagi
................................. (namakan projek), (kemudian daripada ini dirujuk sebagai "Kontrak)
kami yang bertandatangan di bawah, (kemudian daripada ini dirujuk sebagai "Penjamin")
atas permohonan Kontraktor, mengaku janji yang tak boleh batal untuk memberi Jaminan
kepada Kerajaan ke atas pelaksanaan yang sepatutnya Kontrak tersebut rnengikut cara
sebagaimana yang terdapat kemudian daripada ini.
MAKA Penjamin dengan ini bersetuju dengan Kerajaan seperti berikut:
1 . Apabila sahaja Kerajaan membuat tuntutan bertulis, maka Penjamin hendaklah
dengan serta merta membayar kepada Kerajaan nilai yang ditentukan dalam tuntutan
tersebut tanpa mengira sama ada terdapat apa-apa bantahan atau tentangan daripada
Kontraktor atau Penjamin atau mana-mana pihak ketiga yang lain dan tanpa bukti atau
bersyarat. Dengan syarat sentiasanya bahawa jumlah tuntutan yang dibuat tidak
............................................ melebihi sebanyak Ringgit (nyatakan nilai jaminan dalam
perkataan) (RM .................. ) dan bahawa tanggungan Penjamin untuk membayar kepada
Kerajaan di bawah Perjanjian ini tidak melebihi nilai tersebut di atas.
2. Kerajaan berhak untuk membuat apa-apa tuntutan sebahagian jika
dikehendakinya dan jumlah kesemua tuntutan sebahagian itu hendaklah tidak melebihi nilai
.......... Ringgit ............................................ (nyatakan nilai jarninan dalam perkataan) (RM
) dan liabiliti Penjamin untuk membayar kepada Kerajaan jumlah yang disebutkan terdahulu
hendaklah dikurangkan dengan perkadaraan yang bersamaan dengan apa-apa bayaran
sebahagian yang telah dibuat oleh Penjamin.
3. Penjamin tidak boleh dibebaskan atau dilepaskan dari Jaminan ini oleh sebarang
perkiraan yang dibuat antara Kontraktor dan Kerajaan sama ada dengan atau tanpa
persetujuan Penjamin atau oleh sebarang perubahan tentang kewajipan yang diaku janji
oleh Kontraktor atau oleh sebarang penangguhan sama ada dari segi pelaksanaan, masa,
pembayaran atau sebaliknya.
4. Jaminan ini adalah jaminan yang berterusan dan tak boleh batal dan hendaklah
berkuat kuasa sehingga ................. (kemudian daripada ini disebut "Tarikh Mati Asal")
(Initial Expiry Date) iaitu dua belas (12) bulan selepas tarikh tamat tempoh kecacatan atau
dalam keadaan dimana kontrak dibatalkan, satu (1) tahun selepas tarikh kontrak dibatalkan.
Penjamin hendaklah melanjutkan Tarikh Mati Asal (Initial Expiry Date) Jaminan ini untuk
tempoh tambahan selama tidak melebihi satu (1) tahun daripada Tarikh Mati Asal (Initial
Expiry Date) (kemudian daripada ini disebut 'Tarikh Mati Lanjutan") (Extended Expiry Date)
apabila diminta oleh Kerajaan dan jaminan ini adalah dengan ini dilanjutkan. Jumlah agregat
maksimum yang Kerajaan berhak di bawah Perjanjian ini mestilah sentiasa dipastikan
............................. tidak melebihi jumlah Ringgit (nyatakan nilai Jaminan dalam
perkataan) (RM .......... ).
5. Apa-apa tanggungjawab dan tanggungan Penjamin di bawah Perjanjian ini
hendaklah luput apabila Perjanjian ini tamat pada Tarikh Mati Asal (Initial Expiry Date) atau
Tatikh Mati Lanjutan (Extended Expiry Date) melainkan jika sebelumnya Kerajaan telah
meminta secara bertulis kepada Penjamin untuk membayar sejumlah wang tertentu yang
masih belum dijelaskan mengikut peruntukan kontrak.
6. SEMUA TUNTUTAN BERKAITAN DENGAN JAMINAN INI, JlKA ADA,
MESTILAH DlTERlMA OLEH PlHAK BANKISYARIKAT KEWANGANI
SYARIKAT INSURANS DALAM TEMPOH SAH LAKU JAMINAN IN1 ATAUPUN DALAM
MASA EMPAT (4) MINGGU DARl TAMATNYA TARIKH JAMINAN INI, MENGIKUT MANA
YANG LEBlH KEMUDIAN.
PADA MENYAKSIKAN HAL Dl ATAS pihak-pihak kepada Perjanjian ini telah menurunkan
tandatangan dan meteri mereka pada hari dan tahun yang mula-mula tertulis di atas.
Ditandatangani untuk
dan bagi pihak Penjamin
dihadapan
..................................
(Saksi)
.....................................
........................
) Nama:
...................... Jawatan:
Cop BanWSyarikat KewanganISyarikat
Insurans:
Nama : ................................
Jawatan : ..............................
Cop BanWSyarikat KewanganISyarikat Insurans:
DOKUMEN H
Dokumen-Dokumen Sokongan
SENARAI KERJA YANG TELAH DlSlAPKAN
JabatadAgensi
yang Mengawasi
Projek
Tempoh
Sebenar
SENARAI KERJA DALAM TANGAN
JabatanIAgensi
yang Mengawasi
Projek
Tarikh Mula
Tarikh Siap
LAMPIRAN C
JADUAL SEBUTHARGA
KERAJAAN MALAYSIA
JADUAL SEBUTHARGA
No. Sebutharga
Tajuk
Tarikh Sebutharga Ditutup : Jenis Sebutharga :
Anggaran Jabatan : .........................................
Bil.
u
--
Nama Kontraktor
-
Kelas
Harga
(RM)
KelaslKepalalSub
Kepala yang ditetapkan:
Tempoh
Siap
Catatan
Nota:
-
Harga-harga tawaran diatas adalah harga yang tercatat didalam Dokumen Sebutharga yang
diterima dan belum diperiksa.
............
Sebanyak ( ) Sebutharga telah diterima dan dibuka pada ............. jam
LAMPIRAN D
PERAKUAN DAN PENlLAlAN SEBUTHARGA
KERTASPERAKUANKEPADAJAWATANKUASASEBUTHARGA
1. TAJUK SEBUTHARGA
RINGKASAN SKOP KERJA
PEJABAT YANG MEMANGGIL
SEBUTHARGA
SUMBER PEMBIAYAAN
PERUNTUKAN
ANGGARAN JABATAN
BUTIR-BUTIR SEBUTHARGA
Kelas
KepalaISub-kepala
Tarikh Dikeluarkan
Tarikh Tutup
Tempoh Sahlaku
Bil. Dokumen Dikeluarkan
Bil. Mengambil Bahagian
Perbezaan Harga
..........................................................
..........................................................
..........................................................
..........................................................
............... hari (sehingga ................ 1
..........................................................
..........................................................
................................... Tertinggi :
................................... Terendah :
Perbezaan : ...................................
8. LAPORAN PENlLAlAN SEBUTHARGA: Rujuk Lampiran D2
9. PERAKUAN KEPADA JAWATANKUASA SEBUTHARGA
Berdasarkan penilaian yang telah dibuat, pejabat ini memperakukan tawaran Bil
............................... ..................... daripada ...................................... dengan harga RM
dan tempoh siap selama ........................ disetujuterima atas sebab-sebab berikut:-
a)
Sebab-sebab mengapa Sebutharga berkenaan disokong
b)
Sebab-sebab yang jelas mengapa Sebutharga-Sebutharga yang lebih rendah
ditolak
............................................................
(Ketua BahagiadPegawai Penilai)
10. LAMPIRAN-LAMPIRAN
10.1 Lampiran A - Kenyataan Sebutharga
10.2 Lampiran I3 - Jadual Sebutharga yang ditandatangani oleh
Jawatankuasa Pembuka Sebutharga
10.3 Lampiran C - Jadual Sebutharga mengikut susunan harga
10.4 Lampiran D - Laporan Penilaian Sebutharga
10.5 Maklumat Am Latarbelakang Pentender
i ) Sijil-sijil Pendaftaran
ii) Senarai Kerja Yang Telah Disiapkan
iii) Senarai Kerja Dalam Tangan
LAPORAN PENlLAlAN SEBUTHARGA
Laporan Penilaian hendaklah mengandungi perkara-perkara berikut:-
1. Kriteria Penilaian
Kesempurnaan Sebutharga
a) Mematuhi Syarat-syarat Sebutharga
b) Menandatangani Borang Sebutharga oleh pegawai yang ditauliahkan
c) Mengemukakan dokumen-dokumen yang lengkap
d) Kesilapan pengiraan
Kemunasabahan Harga
a) Analisa perbandingan harga dengan Anggaran Jabatan
b) Samaada harga berpatutan
Tempoh Penyiapan
Samaada tempoh siap yang ditawarkan munasabah
PengalamanIPrestasi Kerja
a) Dengan JPS
b) Dengan Jabatan lain
Komitmen
a) Jumlah kerja dalam tangan
b) Amaun
2. Ringkasan Penilaian
a) Boleh dibuat dalam bentuk Jadual
b) Nyatakan Pentender-pentender yang layak dipertimbangkan.
LAMPIRAN E
PENGELUARAN INDEN DAN SURAT PEMBERITAHUAN
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Pejabat : ..............................
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Tarikh : ..............................
Kepada : ......................................
........................................
(Kontraktor)
Tuan,
PEMBERITAHUAN PENERIMAAN SEBUTHARGA
Sebutharga Untuk : .............................................................................
Harga .............................................................................
Tempoh .............................................................................
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disetujuterima oleh Jawatankuasa Sebutharga.
1. Bersama-sama ini disertakan lnden Kerja bernombor .......................................
2. Sila ambil perhatian bahawa tempoh siap kerja tuan selama ..................... (
)
minggu adalah bermula dari .............................. hingga.. ............................
3. Sebelum tuan memulakan kerja di atas, tuan adalah dikehendaki mengemukakan
perkara berikut;
* a)
Bon Pelaksanaan sebanyak RM .................. ( merupakan 5% daripada
jumlah harga Sebutharga). Tuan adalah dibenarkan membuat pilihan untuk
mengemukakan Jaminan BankISyarikat Kewangan Berlesenfrakaful atau
Jaminan lnsurans atau memilih dikenakan Wang Jaminan Pelaksanaan yang
dikenakan potongan sebanyak 5% daripada harga Sebutharga.
*b)
Polisi lnsurans Tanggungan Awam (iaitu insurans terhadap bencana kepada
orang-orang dan kerosakan kepada harta), nilai insurans tidak kurang
daripada RM ....................... bagi setiap kemalangan.
c) Nombor pendaftaran di bawah Skim Keselamatan Sosial Pekerja
(PERKESO)
Kegagalan tuan mematuhi Syarat-syarat Sebutharga untuk memulakan kerja dalam
tempoh 7 hari dari tarikh akhir tempoh mula kerja akan menyebabkan lnden Kerja
dibatalkan. Selanjutnya pejabat ini akan mengesyorkan kepada pihak Pusat
Khidmat Kontraktor agar tindakan tatatertib diambil terhadap tuan.
Tuan adalah dinasihatkan supaya berhubung dengan pegawai penyelidpenjaga
. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . ... . . . . . .. . . . . ..untuk mendapatkan keterangan lanjut mengenai kerja ini.
Sila kembalikan lnden Kerja Asal dan lnvois (jika berkenaan) ke Pejabat ini setelah
kerja disiapkan.
Surat ini dihantar kepada tuan dalam dua salinan. Sila kembalikan salinan Asal
yang telah ditandatangani oleh tuan dan disaksikan dengan sempurnanya ke pejabat
ini dan salinannya disimpan oleh tuan.
Sekian, terima kasih
"BERKHIDMAT UNTUK NEGARA"
"CINTAILAH SUNGAI KI TA
Saya yang menurut perintah,
Pegawai lnden
i). Pengarah JPS Negeri
ii). Pusat Khidmat Kontraktor
iii). Jabatan Hasil dalam Negeri
*
Potong jika tidak berkenaan ( Bagi sebutharga yang bernilai melebihi RM50,OOO. 00
hingga RM200,OOO. 00)
Dengan ini yang bertandatangan di bawah ini mengaku penerimaan surat di atas dan
salinannya telah disimpan.
......................................
TandatanganKontraktor
(Nama Penuh ............................
1
No. Kad Pengenalan ...................
................................ Atas Sifar
Diberikuasa dengan sempurnanya untuk
menandatangani untuk dan bagi pihak
.......................................
Tandatangan Saksi
......................... (Nama Penuh 1
................. No Kad Pengenalan.
Pekerjaan.. ............................
Alamat ..............................
.............................................
Meteri atau Cop Kontraktor
Tari kh.. .................................... Tarikh.. ...............................
JABATAN PENGAIRAN DAN SALIRAN
MALAYSIA
PRllYSIP ASAS DAN LATEWN
TAKING OFF SERTA
REMEASUREMENT I
Disediakan oleh:
NORLELA MAT NASIR
BAHAGIAN UKUR BAWN & KONTRAK
IBU PEJABAT JPS MALAYSIA
22 OGOS 2006
'C,
a
$ I. Pengenalan
(4
Y
5 . Pengukuran kuantiti adalah merupakan pengukuran bagi
f mendapatkan anggaran tenaga buruh dan bahan yang
P :!
3 a
diperlukan bagi melaksanakan sesuatu pembinaan.
$ a
be -4
5 s Kerja pengukuran termasuklah mengukur kuantiti untuk
t t
sesuatu item dan membuat penerangan tentang item yang
3 E
diukur.
2
a Kuantiti yang diperolehi mestilah tepat untuk mengelakkan
b
X kerugian.
s
5
- b
a I . Pengenalan (Samb.)
3
3
Pengukuran hendaklah dibuat dengan sistematik dan teratur
serta berkebolehan dalam memahami lukisan dan butiran.
Pengukuran kuantiti adalah bertujuan untu k kegunaan
penyediaan Dokumen Kontrak, Pembahan Kerja dan
Pengukuran Semula Kuantiti bagi bayaran kemajuan.
Penerangan yang lengkap dan tepat membolehkan
kontraktor rnenghargakan kej a tanpa keraguan dan dapat
rnenyiapkan ke j a dengan cepat dan mudah.
s
U
2. Keperluan bagi Standardisation
a"
k
Pengukuran kuantiti (taking off) dari lukisan pedu
f
di buat secara log ik, konsisten dan sfandardisafm.
E e
g E lanya bertujuan untuk :
% 1
a) rnernudahkan kakitangan lain bagi rnenjalankan
E % proses semakan.
S E
b) Menjimatkan masa
% C) Mengurangkan risiko kesilapan
Q
0
X
i !
2
U
3. Prinsip-prinsip Asas Pengukuran
Q
%
f
b Sebelurn pengukuran kuantiti dibuat perkara-perkara penting
a
a C)
yang pedu diberi penekanan adalah seperti berikut:
e 5 a) Kaedah Pengukuran yang digunakan (Method of
a h Measurement) - Kebiasaannya dinyatakan dalam
& $
standard method of measurement.
a a
t t
b) Standard Method of Measurement yang digunakan
$3
C) Kenalpasti major item untuk dirnasukkan dalarn Senarai
'3
Kuantiti.
a
'a
d) Pecahan seksyen yang terlibat mengikut lokasi atau jenis
e e) Keja yang tidak boleh diukur dengan tepat hendaklah
2: dinyatakan sebagai kuantiti sementara
$
2
u
a
g 3. Prinsipprinsip Asas Pengukuran (Samb.)
C6
0
u
Sebelum pengukuran kuanff dibuat perkara-perkara penting (d
yang perlu diberi penekanan adalah seperti berikut:
! E
9 Semua pengukuran kecuali dinyatakan, ialah
pengukuran bersih (nett) kerja yang sebenar. Tiada
e s
diperuntukkan bagi ruang bekerja, pembaziran dan lain-
~ l s - lam yang diberi
[ g
g) Dimensi pengukuran digenapkan kepada 10mm yang
terdekat. Tetapi dimensi sebenar periu dicatit dalarn
tE
huraian. Dalam susunan memberi dimensi, susunan
dimensi panjang, lebar dan tebaVdalam hendaklah
2
Q
dipatuhi.
8
h) Semua maklumat bagi menganalisa butiran ke 'a saiz,
n
~6 hendaklah dinyatakan dalam huraian.
1 dimensidimensi, ukur lilit, ketebalan, berat dan ain-lain
s
2 3.
Prinsipprinsip Asas Pengukuran (Samb.)
Sebelum pengukuran kuantiti dibuat perkara-perkara (d
b
a
penting yang perlu diberi penekanan adalah seperti berikut:
ig e
i) Huraian setiap butiran kej a kecuali dinyatakan
hendaklah dianggap termasuk perkara-perkara berikut:
Q n
k 8 i)
Mengendali dan menghantar
s ii) Memunggah
g % iii) Menyimpan
Q r
a b
iv) Mengangkat
' 3 V) Tenaga buruh bagi menyedia dan memasang
a
CLS vi) Semua pemotongan dan pembaziran
b
n vii) Kos pengurusan
n
e3 viii) Keuntungan
m
z
3 3.
Prinsipprinsip Asas Pengukuran (Samb.)
w
b
E rn Sebelum pengukuran kuantiti dibuat perkara-perkara penting
f e
yang periu diberi penekanan adalah seperti berikut:
e s
0 Kerja sementara hendaklah dihuraikan dan diadakan
B z
secara berasingan. Kadar harga hendaklah meliputi kos
a h mengemas, membersih dan membaiki.
3 a
-
k) Kuantiti diambil ke angka genap yang paling hampir,
0.50 dan ke atas diambil sebagai satu unit.
s
Q I) Bagi butiran kerja yang kuantiti berjumlah kurang dari --
%
0.50, kuantiti sebenar hendaklah diambil
k
'u
E 4. Pengukuran
a
CI
'PI
Pengukuran kuantiti (taking off) dari lukisan perlu dibuat
k
secara logik, konsisten dan standardisation kerana ianya
k untuk:
a) Memudahkan kakitangan lain bagi menjalankan proses
6 h
semakan.
b b b) Menjimatkan masa
% P
0 b
C) Mengurangkan risiko kesilapan
5. Kertasukuran
' h
2
h
0 a) Kertas Penqukuran Tradisional
k
k b) Kertas Penqukuran Penqasinaan
(a
P
E
6. Bentuk Pengukuran
CIP
U
P
k a) Penclukuran isipadu
k b) Penaukuran keluasan
C) Penqukuran linear atau panianq
d) Penqiraan bilanqan
. $$
f "
7. Penerangan
5 %
Kuantiti, penerangan ke 'a dan unit ukuran hendaklah
Q
a seperti berikut
It B"g
'
rnengikut kaedah pengu "ran stan ard yang diietapkan
e
Q a) Untuk Kerja-keja Awarn - CESMM yang dikeluarkan
X oleh ClDB
it!
b) Untuk Kerja-ke j a Binaan Bangunan - SMM for Building
j;r
works
s
8 8. Pendekatan kepada pengukuran
'PI
&
5
Untuk mengukur kuantiti, perkara-perkara berikut diperlukan:
Lukisan dan pelan
Kertas pengukuran yang standad
Sekil pengukur
CESMM 1 SMM
Kepakaran membaca dan mengintepretasi lukisan
dan pelan bagi mengambil ukuran dan Pengukuran
Ke rja-kerja AwamlBangunan
Spesifikasi, katalog dan maklumat semasa bahan-
bahan
Peralatan lain seperti alat pengira elektronik dl1
9. Penggunaan Standard Method Of
Measurement For Civil Works (CESMM)
Introduction
Penggunaan CESMM didefinasikan sebagai penyedian
Senarai Kuantiti yang menghuraikan dengan lengkap
keperluan bahan dan tenaga buruh serta
menggambarkan dengan tepat ke rja-ke rja yang perlu
dilaksanakan
w
e
S
9. Pen gunaan Standard Method Of Measurement For Civil Works
2 (CE~MM) (Cont'd)
f STANDARD METHOD OF MEASUREMENT FOR CIVIL
f ENGINEERING WORKS (CESMM)
Contents
8 a
a) Section 1 - Definitions
g P D) Section 2 - General Princi~le
b
3 2
CI
SediOn 3 - AD~liCation of Works Classification
a, Sectii 4 - Codina and Numberina of Items
e s el
Section 5 - Preparation of the Bill of Quantities
' E r,
Section 6 - Completion, pricing and use of the Bill of Quantities
B
'a
9)
Section 7 - Method-Related Charges
h) Section 8 -Work Classification
Penggunaan Standard Method Of Measurement For Civil Works
(CEWM) (cont'd)
CONCRETE WORKS (CLASS 9
ITEM
Example: Insitu mcrete design mix
F i l l Grade 15, Minding 50mm thick
F112 Grade 20, bases, footing, piles and ground slab
F123 Grade 20, Suspended slab
F124 Grade 20, Wall
F125 Grade 20, Column and pier
g 9. Penggunaan Standard Method Of Measurement For Civil Works
s
(CESMM) (ConOd)
2
e
t
CONCRETE WORKS (CLASS F\
ITEM
Example: Precast concrete
F310 Beams
F320 Pre stressed pretensioned beams
-
F340 Column
F350 Sl ab
F360 Segmental units
a
Y
Nr.
Nr.
Nr.
Nr.
Nr.
'PI
E 9. Penggunaan Standard Method Of Measurement Far Civil Works
s (CEWM) (COnfd)
S:
b
ca
f
CONCRETE WOWS CCLASS F)
a p
% 2 rrEM
E E
i l
Example: Fonnwork to sides of
$ F411 Footings m2
8 E F414Wumns m2
s
a F413Walls m2
s
ca F435 Formwork, side and soffit, beams m2
E
Y
b
'PI
$ 9-
Penggunaan Standard Method Of Measurement For Civil Works
ca
(CESMM) (Conf d)
Y
b
CONCRETE WORKS (CLASS F1
ITEM
Example: Mild steel bar
F511 6mm diameter
F512 10mm diameter
F5l3 12mm diameter
F514 16mm diameter
reinforcement
lo. REMEASUREMENT
3
Kebanyakan Senarai Kuantiti yang disediakan di
Jabatan ini adalah berdasarkan kuantiti sernentara
yang mana ia rnengakibatkan pertambahan kepada
Harga Kontrak.
Semua pengukuran semula kuantiti sementara
perlu mendapatkan kelulusan Jawatankuasa
mengikut had nilai seperti di lampiran A
w
10. REMEASUREMENT (Cont'd)
h
3
f iii. Walau bagaimanapun, jika didapati pertambahan
f
kepada sesuatu item yang merupakan komponen
E E
utama dalam skop kontrak, telah melebihi 50%
bQ E
dari kuantiti sebenar atau RM 100,000.00 yang
12
mana lebih rendah, dan dijangkakan akan terus
E t
meningkat, perkara ini hendaklah dirujuk kepada
Pengarah Bahagian Berkenaan di Ibu Pejabat
8 c dengan serta merta.
r"
cfs
4:
iv. Semua pegawai penyelia hendaklah sentiasa
w mengawasi semua pertambahanlpengurangan ke
0"
a
atas kuantiti sementara dalam kontrak.
2
k 10. REMEASUREMENT (Cont'd)
b
ra
v. Pengukuran semula kuantiti sernentara adalah
berdasarkan kepada as built drawing dan
pengukuran di tapak bina.
3
b 10. REMEASUREMENT (Cont'd)
Contoh Senarai Kuantiti yang telah dibuat
pengukuran semula (projek JPS)
Lampiran B dan Lampiran C
11. LATIHAN TAKING OFF
Sila sediakan pengukuran kuantiti bagi
Chamber berdasarkan kepada lukisan
yang diberikan.
Job: RUMAH PAM
Element No.: 15 - WORK BELOW LOWEST FLOOR LEVEL
/
R.C. grd 30 as spec enunjukkan pengukuran isipadu
in pad figs idarabkan dengan 2
Menunjukkan pengukuran isipadu
didarabkan dengan 5 x 2 = 10
/
#
nunjukkan pengukuran keluasan
idarab dengan 2 x 8 = 16
I
4
unjukkan pengukuran linear -
yatakan ukuran panjang item sahaja
4/0.150 = 0.600
less wver
rffing down trees exc. 300mm Menunjukkan item bilangan - menyatakan
td n. e. 600mm 9th at I m
'
bilangan dan bukannya ukuran item
ound level.
Section 3 - Application of the work
Classification
Kelasifikasi ke j a merupakan rangka asas CESMM yang mana
ianya terkandung komponen-kompnen asas ke ja KejuNteraan
Awam.
danya berhr'uan untuk membantu kontraktor dalam mengawal
kos, me d od asas harga b i anggaran, proses
pengkomputefan dan penyediaan spes' $? kasi.
~Setiap kelasifikasi ke 'a mengandungi measurement, definition,
coverage t uk dan d itional ~l es .
~Dalam kelasifikasi kerja juga menggambarkan unit bagi
pengukuran yang digunakan
Section 4 - Coding and Numbering of
Items
deti ap kelasifikasi ke j a diberikan nombor kod
iaitu mengandungi abjad dan angka tidak lebih
dari tiga d~git.
mPada kebiasaannya sistem kod tidak diwajibkan
tetapi ianya untuk kemudahan pengguna.
PIHAK BERKUASA MELULUSKAN TAMBAHAN KUANTITI
SEMENTARA
1 I Tidak Mele&iii RM 1 juta I Jawatankuasa Peringkat NegerilProjek
I
Bil.
4. 1 RM 3 juta - RM 4.5 juta
Dalam Semua hd lain
51
Jumlah Bersih Tambahan
Bagi Pengukuran Semula
Kuantiti Sementara
I
I Jawatankwaa Peringkat Bahagian 1
Pihak Berkuasa
Jawatankuasa Peringkat Timbalan Ketua
Jawatankuasa Peringkat Ketua Pengarah
Ketua Setiausaha Perbendaharaan
CONTRACT NO. : JPSIPIKUS12100.
KERJA-KERJA TEBATAN BANJIR SUNGAI KLANG DARI JAMBATAN
KOTA KE SG. RENGGAM (PAKEJ 5)
REMEASUREMENT OF WORKDONE (Provisional Quantitv)
Description
Dredging Excavations
Excavation by dredging of all material other than rock
from ground and existing river channel to profiles,
level and alignment as specified inclusive of disposal
to temporary dumping site at old river course.
(CH 950 - CH I 1 700)
Clear and remove from site all obstacles in the
areas from river channel works including tree trunk,
shrubs roots (excluding bridges) and disposal of
all materials to Contractor's own tips
DISPOSAL OF MATERIALS
Disposal of surplus and unsuitable materials
f r owhe site and temporary dumping area to
Contractor's disposal site.
Total Carried To Collection Page
-
Unit Rate
Item
No.
2.3.3
2.3.4
2.4
2.4.1
BQ17
tlty
Flnat Final
Nett P
Addition
7,058,531 -91
93,200.81
9,906,061 .5!
17,057,704.31
~ount (RM)
Oml ssi o~
CHAMBER
+
SECTIONAL PLAN AA
Re i h md cmmte G 20
1
Constrv&on joints
\
600 dia
OGL + 63.2
A
- Galvanised iron step iron
at 300mm cenbs
S ECl-10 NAL PLAN 8 B
Blinding concrete (top su~ace painted with
2 coat of bituminous pain)
r
lCAl SFCTION OF I - UNIT AT DFTWl ON POND
m
(SCALE 1:25)
MALAYSIAN . -
STANDARD METHOD OF MEASUREMENT
for Civil Engineering Works
MALAYSIAN
STANDARD METHOD OF MEASUREMENT
for Civil Engineering Works
Editor
Lembaga Pembangunan Industri Pembinaan Malaysia
ClDB
M A L A Y S I A
D Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia 2003
All enquiries regarding this book should be forwarded to:
Chief Executive
Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia
Tingkat 7, Grand Seasons Avenue,
No. 72, Jalan Pahang, 50772 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia
Te1 : +603 2617 0200
Fax : +603 4044 5808
URL : http://www.cidb.gov.my
Perpustakaan Negara Malaysia Cataloguing-in-Publication Data
Malaysian standard method of measurement for civil engineering
works / editors Lembagd Panbangunan Industri Pembinaan
Malaysia.
ISBN 983-2724-1 1-2
1. Civil engineering--Standards--Malaysia 2. Quantity
surveying-Standards-Malaysia. I. Lembaga Panbangunan
Industri Pembinaan Malaysia.
624.0218595
First printed 2003
Second printed 2005
6
CONTENTS
Section 1 .
Section 2 .
Section 3 .
Section 4 .
Section 5 .
Section 6 .
Section 7 .
Section 8 .
............................................................................................................................................................. Definitions 1
....................................................................................................................................................
General Principles 2
. .
Application of Work Classificahon ............... : ............................................................................................................ 3
.............................................................................................................................
Coding and Numbering of Items
5
Preparation of the Bill of Quantities ...................................................................................................................... 6
............................................................................................ Completion, pricing and use of the Bill of Quantities
10
.........................................................................................................................................
Method-Related Charges 11
.................................................................................................................................................
Work Classification 12
Class A
Class B
Class C
Class D
Class E
Class F
Class G
Class H
Class I
Class J
Class K
Class L
Class M
Class N
Class 0
Class P
Class Q
Class R
.....................................................................................................................................
General Items 13
....................................................................................................................
Soil Investigation Works 19
.......................................................................................
Slope Stabilisation and Ground Treatment
2 7
Demolition and Site Clearance ........................................................................................................... 35
.........................................................................................................................................
Earthworks 3 9
Concrete Works .................................................................................................................................. 49
.......................................................................................................................................... Roadworks 57
................................................................................................................................
Drainage Works 65
............................................................................................................................................ Pipeworks 69
............................................................... ........................................................................ Piling Works 75
Brickwork, Blockwork and Masonry ................................................................................................ 85
......................................................................................................................................
Timberworks 9 1
.......................................................................................................................................... Metalworks 92
..................................................................................................................................
Painting Works 101
........................................................................................................................................
Rail Tracks 105
Environmental Protection and Enhancement ................................................................................ 1 1 1
......................................................................................................
T d c Management and Control 119
........................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous Works 125
........................................... ............................................................................................
Message from the Chairman of CIDB : vii
....... Foreword by the CEO of CIDB
; .......................................................................................................................................... ix
Preface by the Chairman of CESMM Committee .......................................................................................................................xi
...
.........................................................................................................................................................
Preface to the 1 a reprint
xm
....................................................................................................................................... Members of the CESMM Committee
xiv
Message from the Chairman of CIDB
I am indeed honoured and gratified to have been invited to write a few words on the successful publication of this
Malaysian Standard Method of Measurement for Civil Engineering Works (CESMM) especially upon being reminded
of my chairing of the inaugural meeting to set up the C E S W Committeexnder the able leadership of Tuan Haji Mohd
Fauzi Abdul Hamid and his team of dedicated professionals to undertake the task of compiling a s document.
The much-awaited publication of this CESMM is both appropriate, timely and in line with CIDB's aspirations and its
proposed Master Plan for the construction industry to compliment and support the Government's social and economic
policies as well as CIDB's efforts to modernize and innovate the construction industry. This industry, as it always
has definitely remain as one of the prime movers and barometer of the Nation's economy and development progress.
The introduction of this CESMM will be very useful in contributing towards efficient, productive and competitive
procurements and delivery processes.
At this point, it is also important to note that the Government is and will continue to be the main implementor and
biggest spender on civil engineering and infrastructure projects via either conventional, turnkey, design and build or
privatisation procurement and delivery process. In view of this, I am therefore pleased to note that all the Government
Agencies as well as Consultants and Contractors who have been and are involved with the procurement' and 1 or
implementation of civil engineering and infrastructure projects have given their fullest support and involved actively in
the formulation of this CESMM.
The publication of the CESMM and its -eventual familiarized use will, I am confident, provide the basis for the
betterment of competitive procurement and delivery process particularly for the civil engineering and infrastructure
works communities of the construction industry.
Last but not the least, having been briefed regularly by the Chairman of the Committee and having personally follow6d
with close interest their undertakings and proceedings, I am indeed fully appreciative of the resources involved and the
mammoth task undertaken by them. On behalf of CIDB, I personally would like to extend my heartfelt appreciation
and thanks to all who have in one way or another participated andlor contributed towards the successful publication
of this document; especially the various supportive Government Departments and Agencies, Statutory Bodiesand
Local Authorities, Institutions of Higher Learning and various Professional Associations as well as the various
;pecialist Contractors, Suppliers and Manufacturers. Once again, my special thanks to the dedicated members of thc
hmi t t e e and CIDB's own officers who have tirelessly committed their time and effort to compile this document for
ie construction industry.
latuk (Professor) Abdul Rahman bin Abdullah
'hairman
onstruction Industry Development Board, Malaysia
vii
Foreword by the CEO of CIDB
Our Nation had just celebrated its 46th anniversary of Independence on 3 1st August 2003. Shce Independence, development in
the Nation has progressed by leaps and bounds - landscapes and sceneries including life-styles have changed and will continue
to change. Tne construction industry, being one of the Nation's active participants in nation building, has likewise progressed
and grown. However, the rapid progress and growth have also imposed a demand for it to be n@dernized, innovative, efficient,
and competitive, Thus, the necessity to review, upgrade and if necessary to customize or establish relevant and
appropriate Standards, Regulations, Codes of Practice, Bye-Laws, Guidelines and the like.
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The Standard Method of Measurement for the Malaysian Construction Industry is one of such documents needed to ensure the
efficient, competitive and productive procurement and delivery process of construction works in the Nation.
While the efficient, competitive and produc&e procurement and delivery process of building works is being guided by the 2nd
edition of the Malaysian Standard Method of Measurement of Building Works published by the Institution of Surveyors, Malaysia
and sanctioned by CIDB in October 200 1, the guide for civil engineering and infrastructure works have relied on the 1st to the
latest 3rd edition of the Civil Engineering Standard Method of Measurement (CESMM3) published by the Institution of Civil
Engineers, United Kingdom. But as development progressed, the guidelines provided in the CESMM3 have not been able to fully
mirror or facilitate the actual needs of our local practice. Such limitations, which are similarly encountered in other guidelines such
as environmental laws and regulations as well as geotechnicals', have constantly plagued the local civil engineering construction
process. To circumvent such constraints, those responsible with the procurement process have initiated ad hoc supplements in
their tender and contract documents. The supplements havs been observed to vary fiom one government department as well as
::onsultant to another, thus, resulting in their varied interpretation and practices amongst the individuals. Such ad hoc and random
uncontrolled practices have often led to unnecessary disputes, loss of productivity, resources as well as delays.
To minimize such problems, YBhg Datuk (Professor) Abdul Rahman bin Abdullah who was then the CEO of CIDB, Malaysia,
initiated and undertook to chair the inaugural meeting to form the CESMM Committee to study the customs, peculiarities and
needs of the civil engineering and infrastructure works relevant to Malaysia and to compile the Standard Method of Measurement
for it.
I am therefore pleased to note that the document is now ready for publication and I am honoured to have been invited to write
the Foreword for this Malaysian Standard Method of Measurement for Civil Engineering Works (CESMM) which I am confident
that its earnest use by all concerned will lead to the betterment of the Construction Industry. On behalf of CIDB, I would like to
take this opportunity to thank all who are involved in the preparation and publication of this CESMM, first and foremost to the
CESMM Committee for an excellent job well done and to the various experts for their contributions and everybody else for their
dedication and all others who have contributed in one way or another to formulate the CESMM.
CIDB have received full support, advice and contributions from various goverment agencies, organizations and individuals in the
preparation of this CESMM and as such, I will take the necessary measures to ensure that the CESMM will remain relevant and
be continuously improved to achieve its purpose.
Dab' Ir. Hamzah Hasan
Chief Executive
Construction Industry Development Board, Malaysia
preface by the Chairman of CESMM Committee
I am honoured to write this Preface on behalf of the CESM-M Committee on the publication of the first ever Malaysian Standard
Method of Measurement for Civil Engineering Works (CEShn/r>.
First and foremost, I would like to thank the Construction Industry Development Board of Malaysia (CIDB), especially YBhg
~ a t u k (Professor) Abdul Rahman bin Abdullah, then its Chief Executive Officer, for having the &t and faith in me to spearhead
the enormous task of formulation and development of this Malaysian Standard Method of Measurement for Civil Engineering
Works (CESMM). However, without the support and the contribution of Associate Professor Zakaria bin MohdYusof as the able
secretary for the CESMM Committee as well as the other dedicated members, it would have been impossible for me to reach this
stage.
The development of the CESMM started with the brainstorming session chaired by YBhg Datuk (Professor) Abdul Rahman bin
Abdullah himself at CIDB headquarters. Subsequently, the formed Committee proceeded with conceptual studies, methodology as
well as the framing up of the Committee's terms of reference While the well tested 3rd edition of the Civil Engineering Standard
Method of Measurement (CESMM3) published by the I&titution of Civil Engineers of United Kingdom has been used as the
principal reference and guide, contributions from various individuals and organizations have also guided and put much weight to
the formulation and compilation of this Malaysian Standard Method of Measurement for Civil Engineering Works and I am proud
to say that a lot of effort have also been put in to incorporate most of the latest development in the industry so that the CESMM
publication is acceptable to all concerned.
On behalf of the Committee, I would like to extend our appreciation to the various Government Departments, Statutory and Local
Authorities, Professional Institutions, Institutions of Higher Learning and Private Companies as well as all concerned for being
extremely supportive in allowing .md giving time to their officers andlor executives to attend to the undertakings and tasks of the
Committee, without which, I would not have been able to deliver this CESMM to the industry.
The Committee acknowledged that this CESNM, being the &st edition, is by far not perfect but is confident that its earnest use
will provide a starting point for the construction industry, especially those involved with civil engineering and infrastructure
works, to have a common platform towards achieving better understanding, the advantage of which will spill over to create
improvement and better efficiency for the construction industry. It is definitely a right direction for CIDB in its quest to further
develop the industry as enacted in its Act.
Last but not the least, on behalf of the Committee, I would also hke to take this opportunity to thank the Secretariat of CIDB, Puan
Sariah Abd Karib, Encik Mohd Zaid Zakaria, Encik Nur Iskandar and Encik Yusri and the staff of the Construction Economics
Research Division for their constructive contributions and views as well as providing us the logistic support and encouragement
especially during the testing time.
Thank you again for your continuous support.
Mohd Fauzi Abdul Hamid
Chairman
Malaysian Standard Method of Measurement for Civil Engineering Works (CESMM) hnmi t t ee
preface to the lst reprint
The first ever Malaysian Standard Method of Measurement for Civil Engineering Works (CESMM) was published and launched
in October 2003 and since then most of the 5,000 copies of the first print have already been taken up by the various parties in
the Construction Industry that include the government departments and authorities, professional associations and institutions of
higher learning, both public and private.
n;ls augers well for the Constrmion Industry as it is a positive indication that there is indeed the quest by all parties concerned
who have taken up the CESMM to utilize it to improve and further develop the Industry.
In order to meet the demands for the CESMM, the CESMM committee with the consensus of CIDB has decided to reprint the
~ k s t Edition of this CESMM instead of publishing a Second Edition, the intention being to give the Industry more time to familiar-
ize itself with the principles of measuremeit as set out in the First Edition.
Since the publication of the First Edition of the CESMM in 2003, CIDB has maintained the CESMM Working Committee to
consider problems that are encountered with the use of th; document and to provide advice to the parties concerned. Towards this
end, the CESMM Working Committee is fully aware of the need to improve on the First Edition of the CESMM following the
feed-backs from various sources which the Working Committee is appreciative of but in order to avoid confusion and possible
contractual implications, only typographical and grammatical errors have been addressed in this reprint of the First Edition of the
CES M; whereas other contextual corrections and improvements will only be made in the publication of the Second Edition. It
will be part of the Working Committee continuous process to improve the Document. The Second Edition will be published as and
when the Working Committee and CIDB deem appropriate.
The Working Committee will continue to improve on the CESMM to meet the demands of the Construction Industry and to this
end, the Working Committee is appreciative of and looks forward to the continued support and feedbacks from the various parties
in the Construction Industry for it to fulfill its role.
Last but not the least, CIDB and the CESMM Working Committee would like to express their appreciation to all parties concerned
in the Construction Industry, government departments and authorities, professional associations and institutions of higher learn-
ing, both public and private, who have put in effort to utilize and scrutinize the CESMM and who have given valuable feed-backs
and information to the Working Committee to facilitate the improvement of this Document.
Working Committee of the
Malaysian Standard Method of Measurement
for Civil Engineering Works
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Members of the CESMM Committee
CHAIRIVUIV OF TWE CESMM COMMITTEE
Mohd Fauzi Abdd Hamid
Dip. Bidg. Econs (UK); FISM; Regd.QS
UNIVERSITI TEKBOLOGI MALAYSIA
Prof. Madya Zakaria Mohd Yusof
BSc.QS;AACE; MSc. Construction
JABATM KERJA RAYA MALAYSIA
Edi Amin Ismail
BSC. (Horn) QS
Ir. Karnalaldin Abd. Latif
BSc. Civil Eng.; MIEM
Abdul Manaf Hashim
BSc.(Horn) QS; Regd. QS
Zuraida Abu Hassan
BSc.(Horn) Bidg. Econs. & QS
LEMBAGA LEBUH RAYA, MALAYSIA
Rozidah Mohd. Kamaruddin
BSc (Honsj QS (UK); Regd.QS
Ace. Mediator; AIVM(Aus)
DEWAN BASBARAYA, KUALA LUMPUR
Mohd Najib Haji Mohd
Bachelor QS; MBA; Regd.QS
CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT
BOARD MALAYSIA
Sariah Abdul Karib
BSc. (How) QS; Dip. Sc. Management
Mohd Zaid Zaharia
BSc.(How) (Live7pool); M. S. (Civil Eng.) (Oklahoma State)
UMVERSITI TEKNOLOGI AURA
Mohammad Fadhil Mohamrnad
Dip.QS; BSc.QS (RGU); MSc.effsho?e Engineering (RGU)
Nor Armi Ahmad Bari
Dip. QS; BSc. (Hons) QS; MSc.Bldg.TechnoIogy
THE MSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, MALAYSIA
Ir. Oon Chee Kheng
B.E. {Civil); LLB(Hons); MBA; CLIP; MIEM; PEng..(IM)
TI E INSTITUTION OF SURVEYORS, MALAYSIA
Teng Fook Seng
Dip.Bldg. (TARC); Dip. Surveying. (QS) (UK); IMBA; MSc;
FISM; FRICS; MCIOB; Regd. QS
Wong Weng Hong
Dip. QS(Tech.KL); Dip. QSPK);
ATPPK); FISM; Regd. QS
CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF BUILDING, ItIALAYSL4
Issacc Sunder Raj an
BSc. (Hons) Housing Building Planning;
IMCIOB (UK); AMIArb
LUSTER BUILDERS ASSOCIATION, MALAYSIA
Ng Sin Kooi BSc.
(Hons) BIdg.Econs. & Measurement
MlUCS; MCostE; MISM; Regd. QS
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SECTION 1. DEFINITIONS
In this document and in the Bills of Quantities which are prepared
according to the procedure set forth herein, the following words and
expressions shall have the meanings hereby assigned to them, except
where the context otherwise requires.
'Conditions of Contract' means the condiiions of contract used for civil
engineering works.
With the exception of those words and terms expressly defined in this
document, words and expressions defined in the Conditions of Contract
and the specifications shall have the same meanings herein.
All references to sections and paragraphs are references to sections and
paragraphs numbered herein.
The word 'Work' includes work to be carried out, goods, materials and
services to be supplied and the liabilities, obligations and risks to be
undertaken by the Contractor under the Contract.
The term 'expressly required' means shown on the drawings, described
in the specifications or instructed by the Engineerisuperintending Officer
(SO),Project Director (PD) pursuant to the Contract.
'Bill of Quantities' means a list of items giving brief identifying
descriptions and estimated quantities of the work com?rised in a
Contract.
'Daq;workY means the method of valuing work on the basis of time spent
by the workmen, the materials used and the plant employed.
'Work Classification' means the Work Classification set out in section
8.
'Original Surface' or 'Original Ground Level (OGL)' means me existing
surface of the ground as indicated on the drawings or described in the
specifications.
'Final Surface' means the surface indicated in the drawings or described
in the specifications as the Final Finished Level.
'Commencing Surface' means, in relation to an item in a Bill of
Quantities, the surface of ground before any work covered by the item has
been carried out. 'Commencing Surface' also means,where appreciate,
in relation to a group of items in a Bill of Quantities for work in different
materials in an excavation or a bored, drilled or driven hole, the surface
of the ground before any work covered by any item in the group has been
carried out.
'Excavated Surface' means, in relation to an item in a Bill of Quantities,
the surface to which excavation in the work covered by the item is to
be carried out. 'Excavated Surface' also means, where appropriate in
relation to a group of items in a Bill of Quantities for excavations in
different materials, the surface to which excavation included in the work
covered by any item in the group is to be carried out.
A hyphen between two dimensions means a range of dimensions which
includes all dimensions exceeding that preceding the hyphen but not
exceeding that following the hyphen.
JKR shall means Jabatan Kerja Raya Malaysia.
'BS' or 'MS' means, respectively; British Standard or Malaysian
Standard. .
Whenever applicable, words in the singular shall also mean the plural
and vice versa.
SECTION 2. GENERAL PRINCIPLES
Title application and extent 2.1
Objective of CES&iM
Objectives of the Bill of Quantities
The title of this document is the Malaysian Standard Method of
Measurement for Civil Engineering Works, whlch is abbreviated as
CESMM. This document is to be used in conjunction with the Conditions
of Contract for civil engineering works.
CESMM does not deal with the preparation of Bills of Quantities for
mechanical and electrical engineering work, building work or work
which is seldom encountered in civil engineering contracts. Where any
such work is to be included in a Contract for civil engineering work, it
shall be measured in accordance with their respective Standard Method
of Measurement which shall be stated in the Preamble to the Bill of
Quantities in accordance with paragraph 5.3.
The objective ofthe CESMM is to set forththe procedure for measurement
of the work according to which the Bill of Quantities shall be prepared
Znd priced.
The objectives of the Bill of Quantities are:
(a)
to provide such information of the quantities of work as to enable
tenders to be prepared efficiently and accurately;
(b)
when a contract has been entered into, to provide for the use of the
priced Bill of Quantities in the valuation of work executed; and
(c)
when a contract has been entered into, to provide for a basis in
valuing variation, subject to the provisions of the Conditions of
Contract.
In order to attain these objectives, Work should be itemized in the Bill of
Quantities in sufficient detail for it to be possible to distinguish between
the different classes of work and between work of the same nature
carried out in different locations or in any other circumstances which
may give rise to different considerations of cost. Consistent with these
requirements, the layout and content of the Bill of Quantities should be
as simple and brief as possible.
All works which are expressly required should be covered in the Bill of
Quantities.
The CESMM seeks to attain these objectives principally by the use of
the Work Classification. This defines:
(a)
how work is to be divided into separate items in the Bill of
Quantities;
@)
the information to be given in item descriptions;
(c)
the units in which the quantities against each item are to be
expressed; and
(d)
how the work is to be measured for the purpose of calculating
quantities.
SECTION 3. APPLICATION OF WORK CLASSIFICATION
Item descriptions
Mode of description
Separate items
Units of measurement
Measurement rules
Definition rules
Coverage rules
Qdditional description rules
The Work Classification divides work commonly encountered in civil
engineering contracts into 18 main classes. Each class comprises up to
three divisions which classify work at successive levels of detail. Each
division comprises a list of up to eight descriptive features of work. Each
item description in the Bill of Quantities shall identify the'component
of work covered with respect to one feature from each division of the
relevant class.
Item descriptions for Works shall generally identify the component oi
the Works and not the tasks to be carried out by the Contractor, for
example:
An item should be described as 'Mild steel bar to nominal
diameter 20 mm'; not as 'Supply, deliver, cut, bend and kx mild
steel bar to nominal diameter 20 mm'.
Where the work identified by an item is specifically limited, the limitation
shall be stated in the item description, for example:
'Mild steel bar to nominal diameter 20 mm excluding supply and
delivery to the Site'.
The Work shall be divided into items in the Bill of Quantities so that
the component of work which is included in each item does not exhibit
more than two items from the Work Classification, for example:
Formwork may not be included with concrete; lined and unlined
drains may not be covered in the same item, and so on.
The unit of measurement for each item shall be that stated for the item
in the Work Classification.
Measurement rules in the Work Classification set out the conditions
under which the work shall be measured and the method by which the
quantities shall be computed in accordance with paragraph 5.17.
Definition rules in the Work Classification define the extent and limits of
the class of work represented by a word or expression used in the Work
Classification and in a Bill of Quantities prepared in accordance with
CESMM.
Coverage rules in the Work Classification provide that the work stated
is deemed to be included in the appropriate items to the extent that such
work is included in the contract. A coverage rule does not state all the
work covered by an item and does not preclude any of the work stated
being covered by a Method-Related Charge.
Description of an item in addition to that required in accordance
with paragraph 3.1 shall be given where required by any provision of
section 5 or by any applicable additional description rule in the Work
Classification. Where additional description is given, a separate item
shall be given for each component of work exhibiting a different
additional feature, for example:
Additional description rule A9 of Class F requires .that the
concrete mix type or mark number in each precast concrete unit
shall be stated. Accordingly, this rule also means that separate
items shall be given for units cast from concrete of different
types.
iipplicability of rules
3.10 Where a descriptive feature in the Work Classification identifies a range
or group of dimensions and an applicable additional description rule
requires the particular dimension to be stated, the range or group of
dimensions need not be stated, e.g.
Additional description rule A1 1 of Class I requires that the nominal
bores of special pipes shall be stated in ikem descriptions. The range of
nominal bore taken from the third division of the classification of Class
1 need not be stated.
3.11 Rules printed on a right-hand page above a double line apply to all work
in the class. Other rules on a right- hand page apply to particular groups
of items as shown by the classification table.
SECTION 4. CODING AND NUMBERING OF ITEMS
Coding
Item numbers
Coding of unclassified items
Numbering of items with
additional description
For convenience of reference and computerised coding, each item in
the Work Classrfication has been assigned a code number consisting
of a letter and not more than three digits. The letter corresponds to
the class in the Work Classification, in which the item occurs and
the digits give the position of the item in the first, second and third
divisions of the class, e.g.
Code F 3 1 0 identifies an item as
Class
fi st division
second division
third division
F concrete works
3 precast concrete
1 beams
0
The symbol * is used in the rules to the work classification to indicate
all numbers in the appropriate division, e.g.
F 1 3 * means the group of code numbers from F 1 3 1 to F 1 3 8
inclusive.
Code numbers may be used to number the items in the Bill of
Quantities, the items within the Bill of Quantities being listed in
order of ascending code number.
Code numbers used as item numbers in the Bill of Quantities shall
not form part of the item description or be taken into account in the
interpretation of the Contract.
Where a feature of an item is not listed in the Work Classification
the digit 9 shall be used in the appropriate positions in the code
number.
Where there is an item to which a division of classification does not
apply or for which fewer than three divisions of classification are
given, the digit 0 shall be used in the appropriate positions in the
code number.
Additional description given for an item in accordance with
paragraph 3.9 is not represented by the code number. Where code
numbers are used as item numbers, a suffix number shall be used
to distinguish items which have the same code number but different
additional description, e.g:
Additional description ,rule A9 of Class F requires that additional
description be given for precast concrete units stating their position
in the Works and the type of the concrete used. If three items are
required within one part of the Bill of Quantities to allow for precast
concrete beams having the same code but different additional
description, the items should be numbered
F310. 1
F 3 10. 2
F 3 10. 3
SECTION 5. PREPARATION OF THE BILL OF QUANTITIES
Measurement of completed work
Sections of the Bill of Quantities
.
Preamble
Daywork Schedule
5.1 Appropriate provisions of this section shall also apply to the
measurement of completed work.
5.2 The Bill of Quantities shall comprise the following where
appropriate:
Work items 5.7
Division of the Bill of Quantities into parts
Headings and sub-headings
a) Preamble
b)
Work items (grouped into parts)
c) . Daywork Schedule
d) Grand Summary
The Preamble shall state the Method of Measurement used is the
CESMM andlor other methods of measurement, if any, which have
been adopted in the preparation of the Bill of Quantities. Such other
methods of measurement shall comprise of those work not covered
by the CESMM and any amendments to CESMM. Any amendments
to the CESMM may be necessary for Contractor-designed work and
work which is intended to involve selection between alternatives at
the discretion of the Contractor. Wherever amendments are made
to the CESMM, the amendments shall take precedence over the
CESMM.
Where excavation, boring or driving is included in the work, a
definition of rock shall be given in the Preamble which shall be
consistent with that provided for in the specification and this
definition shall be used for the purposes of measurement.
The Daywork Schedule, if any, shall comprise a list of the various
classes of labour, materials and plant for which Daywork rates or
prices are to be inserted by the tenderer together with a statement
of the conditions under which the Contractor shall be paid for work
executed on a Daywork basis.
Provisional Sum, if any, for work to be executed on a Daywork basis
may be given comprising of separate items for labour, materials,
plant and supplementary charges.
The items in the Bill of Quantities which are to be priced and to
contribute to the Tender Total may be arranged into numbered
parts to distinguish between those parts of the work of which the
nature, location, access, limitation on sequence or timing or any
other special characteristic is thought likely to give rise to different
methods of construction or considerations of cost. General items
(Class A) may be grouped as a separate part of the Bill of Quantities.
Items in each part shall be arranged in the general order of the Work
Classification.
Each part of the Bill of Quantities shall be given a heading and
groups of items within each part be given sub-headings. Headings
and sub-headings shall be read as part of the item descriptions to
which they apply. Headings and sub-headings sball be repeated at the
start of each new page which lists items to which they apply.
Extent of itemization and description
Descriptions
Ranges of dimensions
Prime Cost Items
All tvork shall be itemized and the items shall be described in accordance
with the Work Classification but further itemization and additional
description may be provided if the nature, location, importance or any-
other special characteristic of the work is thought likely to give rise to
special methods of construction or considerations of cost.
Descriptions shall identify the work covered by the respective items but
the exact nature and extent of the work Is to be ascertained from the
Drawings, Specification and Conditions of Contract, as the case may be,
and read in conjunction with the Work Classification.
Any detail of description required to be given in accordance with
the Work Classification may be omitted from an item description
provided that a reference is given in its place which identifies precisely
where the omitted information may be found on a drawing or in the
specifications.
/
Ge r e an item description compiled in accordance with the Work
Classification is insufficient to identify clearly the particular work
covered by the item, additional description shall be given to identify the
work by reference to its location or other physical features shown on the
Drawings or described in the specifications.
Uhere all the components of work included in an item are of one
dimension within a range given in the Work Classification, that dimension
may be stated in the item description in place of the range of dimensions
given.
The estimated price of Work to be carried out by a Nominated Sub-
contractor shall be given in the Bill of Quantities as a Prime Cost Item.
Each Prime Cost Item shall be followed by
(a)
an item for a sum for attendance in connection therewith which,
in the absence of any express provision in the Contract to the
contrary, shall include only:
(i)
in any case in which the Nominated Sub-contractor is
to carry out work on the Site, for allowing him to use
temporary roads, standing scaffolding, hoists, canteen,
welfare facilities and accomodation which are provided by
the Contractor for his own use and for providing space for
office accommodation and storage of plant and materials,
for disposing of rubbish and for providing light, power and
water for the work of the Nominated Sub-contractor, and
(ii) in any case in which the Nominated Sub-contractor is not
to carry out work on the Site, for unloading, storing and
hoisting materials supplied by him and returning packing
materials, and
(b)
an item expressed as a percentage of the price of the Prime Cost
Item in respect of all other charges and profit
Pvovisional Sums
Quantities
Units of measurement
Where any goods, materials or services supplied by a Nominated Sub-
contractor/Supplier are to be used by the contractor in connection with
any item, reference shall be made in the description of that item, or in the
appropriate heading or subheading, to the Prime Cost Item under which
the goods or materials or services are to be supplied.
Provision for contingencies, where applicable, shall be made by giving
Provisional Sums in the Bill of Quantities. ~~rovisional Sums for specific
contingencies shall be given in the Work Classification of the Bill of
Quantities. A Provisional Sum for a general contingency allowance,
where applicable, shall be given in the Grand Summary in accordance
with paragraph 5.23.
The quantities shall be computed nett using dimensions fiom the
Drawings unless directed otherwise by a measurement rule in the
CESMM or by the Contract and no allowance shall be made for bulking,
shrinkage or wastage. Quantities may be rounded up or down where
appropriate. Fractional quantities are not generally necessary and should
not be given to more than one place of decimal.
The following units of measurement and abbreviations shall be used;
Unit
Millimetre
Metre
Square millimetre
Square metre
Hectare
Cubic metre
Kdogramme
Tonne
Sum
Number
Set
Hour
Week
Man hour
Man-month
Percentage
Abbreviation
mm
m
mmz
m2
ha
m3
kg
t
sum
nr
set
hr
wk
man-h
man-mth
%
Work afected by water
Ground and excavation levels
Form and setting
Grand Summary
5.19 Wlere an existing body of open water (other than groundwater) such as
a river, stream, canal, lake or body of tidal water is either on the Site or,
bounds the Site, each body of water shall be identified in the Preamble
and a reference shall be given to a drawing indicating the boundaries
and surface level of each body of water or where the boundaries and
surface levels fluctuate, their anticipated ranges of fluctuation.
5.20 The Commencing Surface shall be identified in the description of
each item for work involving excavation, boring or driving for which
the Commencing Surface is not the Original Surface. The Excavated
Surface shall be identified in the description of each item for work
involving excavation for which the Excavated Surface is not the Final
Surface. The depths of excavation stated in accordance with the Work
Classification shall be measured from the Commencing Surface to the
Excavated Surface.
5.21 The Bill of Quantities shall be set out within column headed and ruled
&nsecutively as follows:
Column Heading
Code
Item description
Unit
Quantity
Rate
Amount: RIM sen
5.22 Provision shall be made for the amounts inserted on each page to be
totalled and carried to a summary of each part of the Bill of Quantities
and for the total of each Part Summary to be carried to the Grand
Summary.
5.23 The Grand Summary shall contain a tabulation of the parts of the Bill
of Quantities with provision for insertion of the total of the amounts
brought forward from the Part Summaries.
SECTION 6. COMPLETION, PRICIXG AND USE OF THE BILL OF QUANTITIES
Insertion of rates and prices
Parts to be totalled
6.1 Rates and prices shall be inserted in the rate column of the Bill of
Quantities in Ringgit Malaysia with sen inserted as decimal fractions of
one Ringgit.
6.2 Each part of the Bill of Quantities shall bekotalled and the totals carried
to the Grand Summary.
SECTION 7. METHOD-RELATED CHARGES
Definitions
.
. Insertion by a tenderer
Description
Contractor not bound to adopt method
Charges not to be measured
I
Payment when method not adopted
For the purposes of t h~s section, the following words and expressions
shall have the meanings hereby assigned to them:
'Method-Related Charge' means the sum for an item inserted in
the Bill of Quantities by a tenderer in accordance with paragraph
7.2.
'Time-Related Charge' means a Method-Related Charge for work,
the cost of which is to be considered as proportional to the length
of time taken to execute the work.
'Fixed Charge' means a Method-Related Charge which is not a
Time-Related Charge.
A tendererrnay insert in the Bill of Quantities such items for Method-
Related Char~es as he may decide to cover items of work relating to his
intended method of executing the Works, the costs of which are not to
be considered as proportional to the quantities of the other items and for
which he has not allowed in the rates and prices for the other items.
Where possible, the itemization of Method-Related Charges should
follow the order of classification and the other requirements set out in
Class A of the Work Classification, distinguishing between Time-Related
Charges and Fixed Charges. Method-Related Charges may be inserted to
cover items of work other than those set out in Class A.
Each item for a Method-Related Charge inserted in the Bill of Quantities
shall be fully described so as to define precisely the extent of the work
covered and to identify the resources to be used and the particular items
of permanent works or temporary works, if any, to which the items
relates.
The insertion by the Contractor of an item for a Method-Related Charge
in the Bill of Quantities when tendering shall not bind him to adopt the
method stated in the item description in executing the Works.
Method-Related Charges shall not be subject to re-measurement but
shall be deemed to be prices for the purposes of valuation of variation.
Method-Related Charges shall be certified and paid pursuant to the
interim payment certificate clauses of the contract.
In the event of the satisfactory execution of any part of the Works which
has been the subject of an item for a Method-Related Charge using,
whether in whole or in part, a method other than that described in the
item, the Contractor shall nevertheless be entitled to payment of the
Method-Related Charge or the balance thereof, as the case may be, by
such installments at such times and upon such events as may from time
to time be agreed between the EngineerISOPD and the Contractor.
The amount of a Method-Related Charge shall be neither increased
nor decreased by reason only of any change in the method made by
the Contractor, unless such change has been instructed by the Engineer/
SOPD, then, in which case the provisions of the appropriate variation
clauses of the Conditions of Contract apply.
SECTION 8, WORK CLASSIFICATION
Class A : General Items
Class B : Soil Investigation Works
Class C : Slope Stabilisation and Ground Treatment
.
Class D : Demolition and Site Clearance
Class E : Earthworks
Class F : Concrete Works
Class G : Roadworks
Class H : Drainage Works
Class I : Pipeworks
Class J : Piling Works .,
Class K. : Brickwork, Blockwork and Masonry
Class L : Timberworks
Class M : Metalworks
Class N : Painting Works
Class 0 : Rail Tracks
Class P : Environmental Protection and Enhancement
Class Q : Traffic -Management and Control
Class R : Miscellaneous Works
Class A: General Items
CLASS A: GENERAL ITEMS
Measurement covered under other classes:
Plant and equipment for soil investigation works and piling (included in Class B and I)
Method-Related Charges )refer Section 7)
Temporary road diversion (included in Class G and Q)
FIRST DMSI ON SECOND DIMSION THIRD DMSI ON UNIT
1 Contractual requirements 1 Performance Bond
2 Insurance of the Works
3 SOCSOiWorkrnen Compensation Insurance
1 Statutory obligation
5 CIDB Lmy
sum
1 sum
sum
1 sum
! Sum
1 EngineerISOPD's requirements I Accommodation for the EngneerISOiPD's
staff
1 Office
2 Laboratories
sum
sum
! Services for the Engineer 'SORD's staff 1 Provision of transport vehicle j sum
2 Operation and maintenance of vehicle , sum
3 ~iovision of telephones and facsimiles
4 Maintenance of telephones and facsimiles
sum
sum
i Equipment for use by the EngineerlSOiPD's
staff
1 Office equipment
2 Laboratory equipment
3 Surveying equipment
sum
sum
sum
I Attendance for EngineedSOPD's staff 1 Drivers
2 Chainsmen
3 Laboratory assistants
man-mth
man-mth
man-mth
; Setting out
i Miscellaneous 1 Progress photographs
2 Perfonnance report
3 Work programme
1 Project sign board
5 As built drawing
sum
month
sum
sum
sum
'
Testing of materials and work sum
Contractor's requirements Accommodation and buildings 1 Office
1 Laboratories
3 Stores and workshops
1 Workmen accommodations
, mm
sum
sum
sum
Class A: General Item
MEASUREMENT RULES
41 The unit of measurement for
general items shall be the
sum unless otherwise stated.
A quantity shall be given
against all items for Engineer/
SODD's requirements of
which the value is to be
ascertained and determined
by remeasurement. A unit of
measurement shall be stated fo
each such item.
I2 Item for Method Related
Charges, if any shall be
inserted by the tenderer in
accordance with Section 7.
DEFINITION RULES I COVERAGERULES
Dl All work other than the
Permanent Works which is
expressly stated in the Contraci
to be carried out by the
contractor and of which the
nature and extent is expressly
stated in the Contract shall be
classed as Engineer/SO/PD 's
requirements.
C1 Item for insurance of the
.<- Works shall include Third
Party Liabilities.
22 Item for Engineer/SOPD 's
requirements shall include
the provision of water supply,
electricity and their continuing
operation and/or maintenance.
3 Engineer/SORD 's
requirements shall include
Client's requirement.
:4 Item for Contractor's
requireme? shall include
the provision of water supply,
electricity and their continuing
operation and/or maintenance.
ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RULES
41 Item descriptions shall
state the provision for
establishment, maintenanct
and removal where
appljcable.
12 Item descriptions for office
and laboratories shall
specify type and quantity o
equipment required
Equipment to be reverted tc
client after completion shal
be so stated.
Item descriptions for
performance report shall
specified the number of set.
5 . Item descriptions for
laboratories shall specify
type and quantity of
equipment required
FIRST DIVISION
3 Contractor's requirements
4 Design and build element
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5 Occupational safety and health
requirement
6 Provisional sums
7
7 Prime cost sums
1
SECOND DMSION
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2 Temporary works
3 Supervision
I Mobilisation and demobilisation
1 Preliminary studies
2 Design fees
3 Supervision fees
I Design survey
5 Utilities survey
5 Independent checkers
7 Soil investigation
1 Occupational safety and health officer
2 Personnel protective equipment
3 Health and safety report
1 Item stated
I Item stated
! Attendance
Profit
THIRD DMSION
Access roads
! Temporary bridges
1 Cofferdams
I Pumping and dewatering
Struclural
Geotechnical
Road safety
4
Sum - I
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
man-mth
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
%
Class A: General Items
MEASUREklJiNT RULES
Each Prime Cost Sums item
shall be followed by an item
for attendance and percentage
for profit.
DEJ?INITION RULES
D2 Design and build element
applies to the Design and
Build Contract.
COVERAGE RULES
.ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RULES
~5 The appointment of the
Occupational Safety and
Health (OSH) ojjcer shall be
for the duration of the contrac'
period.
46 Item descriptions for health
and safity report shall
state the number of reports
required.
k7 Item descriptions for
~rovisional sum and Prime
Cost Sum shall identify the
work included
Class B: Soil Investigation Work
CLASS B : SOIL INVESTIGATION WORKS
Measurement covered under other classes:
3xcavation not carried out for the purpose of soil investigation works (included in Class E).
Mobilisation and boring for piling (included in Class J)
FIRST DIVISION
Boring
SECOND DMSION
1 Mobilisation and demobilisation
2 Plant movement
3 Boring in soil
I Drilling. in rock
i Test
I Sampling
THIRD DIMSION
I Flat land
2 Hillslopes
3 Floathg platform
4 Fixed platform
5 Swampy ground
1 Cased
2 Uncased
3 Aidfoam
1 Aidfoam -
2 Reaming casing
1 Standard penetration test
2 Vane shear test
3 Pressuremeter test
I Permeability test
1 Disturbed sample
1 . Undisturbed sample using thinwall tube
sampler
5 Undisturbed sample using mazier
sampler
1 Undisturbed sample using piston
sampler
j Water sample
UNIT
sum
sum
sum
sum
sum
Class B: Soil Investigation Work
COVERAGE RULES
MEASUREMENT RULES
ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RULES
DEFINITION RULES
Dl Hillslopes is more than 25
degrees.
T
C1 Item for mobiiisation and
demobilisation shall be
deemed to include provision
of all plant and equipment,
transportation to the site,
handling, assembling and
removal off the site after
completion of operation.
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111 The depth of boring, drilling,
sampling and testing shall
be measured from the
Commencing Surface as
follows:
a) not exceeding 10 m
b) 10-20 m
c) 20-30 m
d) 30-40 m
e) 40-50 m
f ) stated exceeding 50 m
3 Item forplant movement shal
be deemed to include moving
and handling all plant and
equipment about the site as
often and whenever necessary
for the execution of the whole
operation.
,1 Item descriptions for borin
in soil shall state nominal
diameter of boreholes.
I inclination angle, box&,
/ type of boring plant and
deph as measurement rule
MI.
:3 Drilling shall be deemed to
include core boxes and becomi
the property of the Employer
unless otherwise stated.
2 Item descriptions for
drilling in rock shall state
nominal diameter of core
barrels, inclination angle,
boxes, cased or uncased,
type of boring plant and
depth as measurement rule
M1.
A3 Item descriptions for
testing shall state the
type of testing, cycles
where applicable, nominal
diameter and the depth as
measurement rule M1.
M Item descriptions for
sampling shall state the
size, type and depth as
measurement rule M1.
Class B: Soil Investigation Works
FIRST DIVISION
! Cone penetration tests
Field tests
Laboratory tests
1 Mobilisation and deinobilisation
2 Plant movement
3 Test
1 Mobilisation and dmobilisation
2 Testing
3 Sampling
I Classification test
! Soil strength test
sum
1 Flat Land
2 Hillslopes
3 Floating platform-,
4 Fixed platform
1 Mechanical sounding
2 Piezocone
3 Dissipation test
I
j sum
THIRD DIVISION
sum
sum
sum
sum
m
m
N
1 Mackintosh and JKR probe
2 Hand auger
3 Penetration field vanz shear test
4 Plate bearing test
5 In-situ CBR test
6 Permeability test
7 Field density test
8 Trial pits
UNT
1 Small disturb sample
2 Bulk sample
3 Undisturb sample using thinwall tube
sampler
-
-
-
-
1
I
1
1
I
4 BIO& sample nr
1 Moisture content
2 Liquid limit
3 Plastic limit
t Plasticity index
5 Linear shrinkage
5 Specific gravity
7 Particle size distribution for coarse
grained soils
3 Particle size distribution for fine grained
soils
I Unconfined compression strength
! Unconsolidated undrained triaxial
compression
i Consolidated undtaiied triaxial
compression with pore water
meaiwement
I Consolidated drained triaxial
compression with volume change
measurement
5 One dimensional consolidation
5 Direct shear box
N
set
set
set
nr
set
Class B: Soil Investigation Works
MEASUREMENT RULES
vi2 Friction reducer shali be
measured only where they are
expressly required.
vI3 The depth of testing shall be
the total depth.
DEFINITION RULES
12 A set shall be defined as 3
number of specimens.
COVERAGE RULES
24 Field tests shall be deemed to
include plant movement on
site.
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Sampling shall be deemed
to include transportation and
protection.
ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RULES
45 Item descriptions for cone
penetration test shall state
the depth as measurement
rule MI.
16 Item descriptions for
dissipation test shall state
the maximum hours of test
required.
17 Item descriptions for
j el d tests shall state the
equipment used, setting up
where applicable, method
and the depth.
i8 Item descriptions for field
sampling shall state the size
and the weight of samples.
~9 Item descriptions for
laboratory tests shall state
the method of testing
and the standard and
requirement required.
C h s B: Soil Investigation Works
FIRST DIVEION
Instrumentation
SECOND DMSI ON
3 Soil compaction test
$ Soil chemical test
5 Rock rk&gth test
. Piezometer
! Inclinometer
I Monitoring
THIRD DIVISION
1 Siandard (2.5 kg) compaction
2 Heavy (4.5 kg) compaction
3 Vibrating hammer
4 , CBR unsoaked
5 CBR soaked
1 Organic matter content
2 Total sulphate content
3 SuIphate content of ground water
1 Chloride content
5 pHvalue
5 Loss on ignition
1 Unconfined compressive strength
2 Uncofined compressive strength with
Young's modulus and Poisson's ratio
measurement
3 Point load test
1 Petrographic examination
UNIT
N
nr
nr
set
set
nr
N
sum
PULEASUREkrENT RULES DEFINITION RULES
D3 A set shall be defined as 5
number of specimens.
COVERAGE RULES
Item forpiezometer and
inclinometer shall be deemed
to include pre-boring and
installation
Item for monitoring shall be
deemed to include preparation
of monitoring report.
Class B: Soil Investigation Works
ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RULl
Item descriptions
forpiezometer and
inclinometer shall sta
type, depth and materi
used.
Item descriptions for
monitoring shall state
personnel and number
trips required.
te the
ial
Class C: Slope Stabilisation and Ground Treatment
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CLASS C: SLOPE STUILISATION ANLl GROUNI TREATMENT
Measurement covered under other classes:
Geotextiles to sub-base (included in Class G)
Geotextiles Gabion wall for water quality control (included in Class P)
FIRST DMSION
i
SECOND DIVISION
1 Retaining structures 1 Rock filled gabion wall
2 Rock filled gabion mattress
/ 3 Cribwall
I
3 Reinforced soil slope
i Reinforced earthwall
I Geogrid -
! Geotextile
! Sandfill blanket
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UNIT
Class C: Slope Stabilisation and Ground Treatment
ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RULES
A1 Item descriptions shall statr
the location of the item if
the location of the works is
more than 6 m above he lo^
the road level.
MEASDZUMENT RULES
COVERAGE RULES
DEFINITION RULES
C1 All items shall be deemed
to include mobilisation and
demobilisation and necessary
temporary staging except for
items measured under Class C
6 1 0.
11 Rockflledgabions exceeding
300 mm high shall be classed
as gabion wall arid those not
exceeding 300 mm high as
gabion mattress. Filling shall
be deemed to be imported
unless otherwise stated.
42 Item descriptions for rock
filled gabions and rock
filled mattress shall state
the type and grading of
flling, the type of wire
mesh and gauge of tylng
wire. Type of protective
coatings shall also be
stated.
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C? Item for rockjlledgabions
shall be deemed to include
excavation, preparation of bas1
and backfilling against finishec
gabions.
3 Laying of rockjilledgabions
includes work to be carried ou
underwater.
L3 Item descriptions for rock
jilled gabbn mattress shall
state the height.
4 If filter layer or separator
is required, it shall be so
described.
I
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I
I
and stretcher, granular infill ' an4 stretcher, spacing and
material, fasteners and jomts. , type of granular infill.
'11 The area of cribwall shall
be their nett area of sloping
exposed surface.
3 Item for cribwall shall be
deemed to include precast
reinforced concrete header
5 Item descriptions for
cribwall shall state the size
of orecast concrete header
I2 Any excavation, filling and
compaction shall be measurec
under Class E.
46 Item descriptions for
reinforced soil slope shall
state the location, type and
the strength of material
used.
I3 The area of geogrid and
geotextile shall be measured
nett with no allowance for lap'
I4 Suitable earth fill is measured
under Class E.
[5 Sandfill blanket shall be
measured nett of the volume
enclosed by geogrid or
geotextile.
[6 Excavation, filling and
compaction, reinforced
concrete foundation and
levelling pad, Mackintosh
probe and geotextiles shall
be measured separately in
accordance with respective
Classes.
i7 Item descriptions for
reinfirced earthwall shall
state the Bl material, shape,
dimension and the concrete
mix design for the precast
concrete panel and height.
C5 Item for reinforced earthwall
shall be deemed to include
supply of precast concrete
panel, cast insitu concrete wall
panels, metal strip, anchor
blocks, joints and fasteners.
7 The height of reinforced
earthwall is measured from
Commencing Surface.
Llass L: Slope btab~llsatron and wouna lrearmenr
THIRD DIVISION
I Not exceeding : 6 m long
2 6-9 m long
3 9-12 m long
1 Length stated when exceeding 12 m long
I
m S T DIVISION SECOND DMSION
2. Slope stabilisation 1 Soil nailing
2 Rock bolt L Not exceeding : 2 m long
l 2-4 m long
! 4-6 m long
t Length stated when exceeding 12 m long
3 Dowel bar
4 Stone pitching
In earth
! In rock
5 Horizontal drain
Rock netting
( 3 Erosion control
j
. Guniting
! Concrete buttress
8 Articulating slab
Soil nailing
Rock bolts
Gromd anchor
Class C: Slope Stabilisation and Ground Treatment
MEASUREMENT RULES
118 Concrete channel for
horizontal drain shall be
measured under Class
G710.
M9 The area of rock netting shall
be measured nett with no
allownc: made for laps.
MI 0 Rock bolt shall be measured
under Class C 22*.
MI1 The area of guniting, concret
buttress and articulating slab
shall be their nett area to the
slope.
DEFINITION RULES
/
COrnRAGE RULES
C6 Item for soil nailing shall be
deemed to include drilling
of borehole, corrugated
HDPE pipe, sleeve grouting,
sealant compound, galvanised
steel bearing plate and all
necessary scaffolding and
formwork.
I
1 C7 Item.for rock bolt shall be
I deemed to include drilling
of borehole, reinforcement
1 bar, reinforced concrete
pad, sleeve grouting, sealant
compound and all necessary
formwork and scaffolding.
; CS
Item for dowel bar shall be
deemed to include drilling
1 of hole, concrete muting,
I reinforcement bar and cement
! mortar.
C9 Item for horizontal drain
shall be deemed to Include
! dnllmg and perforated plpe
, C10 Item for rock netting shall
be deemed to include all
necessary accessones.
3 1 Item for guniting and
concrete buttress shall be
deemed to included BRC wire
mesh, PVC drain pipe, fishtail
dowel bar, filter materials and
all necessary formwork and
scaffolding.
3 2 Item for articulating slab
shall be deemed to include
preparation of surface,
blinding, aggregate, geotextile
and all necessary concrete and
formwork.
:13 Item forpuli out test shall
be deemed to include all
necessary equipment
submission of procedure,
records and reports.
ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RLXES
A8 Item descriptions for soil
nailing shall state the
diameter of the borehole and
reinforcement bar, concrete
graaemd the size of concrete
pad.
A9 Item descriptions for rock
bolt shall state the diameter of
borehole and reinforcement
bar, concrete grade and size of
the concrete pad.
A10 Item descriptions for
dowel bar shall state the
length, diameter and shape
of reinforcement bar and
concrete grade.
A l l Item descriptions for stone
pitching shall state the stone
size and thickness.
A12 Item descriptions for
horizontal drain shall state
the type and diameter.
A13 Item descriptions for rock
netting shall state the type of
chain mesh and stecl howser
and size of mild steel plate.
A13 Ibm descriptions for guniting
and concrete buttress shall
state the average thickness of
concrete and concrete grade.
A15 Item descriptions for
articulating slab shall state
the thickness, type and
jointing of the slab.
Class C: Slope Stabilisation and Ground Treatment
FIRST DIVISION
5 Ground treatment
Ground anchorage
SECOND DlT'ISION
Mobilization and demobilization
: Vertical drains
Dynamic compaction
Vibro compaction
Sand column
Aggregate column
Stone xlurnn
Cement column
In earth
In natural hard material
In rock
THIRD DIVISION
Temporary
! Permanent
UNIT
sum
Class C: Slope Siabiiisation and Ground Peatmeni
MEASLREMENT RULES DEFINITION RULES COVERAGE RULES
ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RULES
C1l Item under this Class shall
be deemed to include any
staging required, movement
of plants and machineries
within site.
Ml 2 Any filling required under
this Class to be used as a
working platform shall be
measured under
Class E 3 1 *.
A16 Item descriptions for
vertical drain shall state
type and cross-sectional
dimensions of drainage
tube, wrapping material and
vacuum consolidation where
required.
MI3 Surcharge material (for pre
loading) used with vertical
drains shall be measured
under Class E 3 2 *
,117 Item descriptions for
dynamic c&action shall ,
state the weight of the drop
hammer, height of drop and
depth of treatment.
418 Item descriptions for vibro
compaction shall state the
diameter of column, type of
granular infill, feed system
(top or bottom) and depth of
treatment.
Clj Item for stone column shall
bz deemed to include the
initial excavation to receive
granular material.
\I9 Item descriptions for sand
column, aggregate column,
stone column and cment
column shall state the
diameter of coiumn.
UO Item descriptions for
aggregate column shall
state the type of aggregate
material infill.
U1 Item descriptions for stone
column shall state the type
of stone, weight of drop
hammer and height of drop.
L22 Item descriptions for cement
column shall state the grout
mix design.
X6 Item for ground anchorage
shall be deemed to include
excavation, backlilling,
prestressed tendons, drilling,
grouting, concreting and all
necessary formwork.
~ 2 3 Item descriptions for ground
anchorage shall state the
size and type of anchor
tendons and grouting.
Class D: Demolition and Site Clearance
CLASS D: DEMOLITION AND SITE CLEARANCE
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Measurement covered under other classes:
Stripping of top soil (included in Class E)
Scarifying of existing road surfaces (included in Class G)
FIRST DIVISION THIRD DIVISION
1 Site clearance
2 Trees
-
1 Trees of gkh: 0.5-1 m
12 1-2 m
13 2-5 m
' 4 exceeding 5 m
i
3 Buildings
j
t Structures 1 Fences and gt es
2 Bridges
3 Box culvens, drains, etc.
4 Guardrails, kerbs
j Pipelines 1 Nominal bore: exceeding 300 mm
1 MEASUREMENT RULES
M1 Area measured for site
clearance shall be plan area.
'
1112 Where measurement for
isolated trees are expressly
required, it shall be measured
under Class D 2*0.
I
I 913 Girth of trees shall be
measured 1 m above ground
level.
DEFINITION RULES
Dl Site clearance shall consist
of the cutting and/or taking
down, removal and disposal of
everythmg above ground level,
including objects overhanging
the areas to be cleared.
The material to be cleared
shall include trees, stumps,
logs, bush, undergrowth
and the likes. Clearing shall
also include the levelling
of obsolete dikes, terraces,
ditches etc.
COVEFUGE RULES
C1 Item for demolition and site
clearance shall be deemed
to include disposal of the
materials arising.
C? Item for site clearance shall bc
deemed to include the removal
of undergrowth, shrubs, roots
and the likes.
C3 Item for felling of trees shall
lnclude uprooting.
1
C-i Item for demolition of
pipelines shall be deemed
1 to include demolition and
i removal of supports.
.ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RULES
1 Item descriptions for work
from which the materials
arising remain the property
of the Employer shall be
so stated and shall also
mktion the handing over
and location of storage.
2 Item descriptions for site
clearance shall state the
type of vegetation.
3 Item descriptions for
building and other
structures shall state the
type of materials, number i
oistor:ys 2nd pr.nc;gal
dimens:ons.
4 Item descriptions for ,
I buildixg and structures
shall state special method
of demolition where
required.
Class E: Earthworks
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CLASS E: EARTHWORKS
Measurement covered under other classes:
Geogrid (included in Class C)
Site clearance (included in Class D)
Excavation and bacml for drain and pipe in trenches not more than 1.5 n deep (included in Class I)
FIRST DITISION
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SECOND DKISION THIRD DMSI ON
Excavation 1 Topsoil
2 General
5 Cut to fill
1 Cut to dispose
1 Earth
2 Natural hard material
3 Rock
4 Artificial haid ma t e d
1 Earth
2 Natural hard material *
3 Rock
4 Artificial hard material
DEFINITION RULES COVERAGE RULES
ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RULES
In accordance with Paragraph Excavated material shall be
deemed to be material other
than topsail, natural hard
material, rock or artificial
hard material unless otherwise
stated in item description.
Item for excavation shall be
deemed to include disposal
of excavated material unless
otherwise stated.
i 1 The Commencing Surface
shall be identified in the
description of each item for
work involving excavation
for which the Commencing
Surface is not the O~iginal
Surface. The Excavated
Surface shall be identified
in the description of each
item of work involving
excavation for which the
Excavated Surface is not
the Original Surface.
5.17, the quantities of
earthwork shall be computed
nett using dimension from the
Drawings with no allowance
for bulking, shrinkage or
wastage. Where boundaries
between di3erent materials are
not shown on the Drawings,
measurement shall be made on
site.
Natural hard material shall
be material other than rock
and artificial hard material
that requires ripping and other
specialised equipment.
The Commencing Surface
adopted in the preparation
of Bill of Quantities shall be
adopted for the measurement
of the completed works.
Rock and artijicial hard
material shall be material
that requires the use of either
hydraulic rock breaker,
pneumatic tools or explosives.
12 Item descriptions for
artificial hard material
shall describe the material
and depth to which extent it
shall be excavated. An item shall be given for each
separate stage of excavation
where separate stages in the
conduct of the Works are
expressly required.
13 Item descriptions for
excavation in rock shall
state the method of blasring
and whether for reuse or
disposal. Detached pieces of boulders
shall only be regarded as
nattiral hard material, rock or
artificial hard material if each
individually em- ds 0.5 m3 in
volume and shall be measured
separately.
44 Item descriptions for
excavation in natural
hard material and rock
shall state the method
of excavation where
appropriate.
vlj Area measured for topsoil shall 1
be plan area. I
5 Item descriprions for
stripping of topsoil shall
state nhether for ::us: 3r
disposal.
i6 Item descriptions for
stripping shall state the
thickness.
d6 The general excavation for
drainage work and pipework
exceeding 1.50 m deep from
Commencing Surface shall be
measured from Commencing
Surface to the Final Surface.
D4 The general excavation
shall include excavation for
drainage work and pipework
exceeding 1.50 m deep from
Commencing Surface and all
other item except those for
which separate item are given
as set in the Class.
D j Item classified as excavation
in cut shall be where the
Original Surface is higher than
the Final Surface.
Z2 Item classified as excavation
in cut shall include
transportation from source to
place of fill or disposal.
~7 Item descriptions for
excavation in cut shall stat
where expressly required to
be carried out manually.
23 Item classified as excavation
in cut shall be deemed
to include trimming and
preparation of excavated
surface.
,8 Item descriptions for cut
in rock shall state any
requirement for controlled
blasting and pre-spliudng.
9 - Item descriptions for cut
to dispose shall state the
compaction where required.
Class E: Earthworks
FIRST DMSION SECOND DrClSION
5 Foundation
6 ~nsi i t abl e material
7 Cnder water
I Dredging
THIRD DMSION
1 Earth
2 Natural hard material
3 Rock
4 Artificial hard material -
M7
The volume measured for the
excavation for foundation
shall be the volume which is
to be either occupied by or
vertically above any part of
the structure or building.
818 Item classed as excavation to
remove unsuitable material
shall be measured irrespective
of the method of excavation
adopted by the Contractor.
>I9 Unsuitable material above
the Final Surface shall be
measured under Class E 14*.
M10 Backfill material for
excawtion to remove
unsuitable material shall
be measured as filling under
Class E 33*.
Y111 Measurement of excavation
under water shall be made
from soundings unless
otherwise stated.
$112 The volume measured for
excavation under water shall
be the volume below water
when the water surface is at
the higher level of fluctuation.
M13 Item classed as excavation
under water shall be
measured irrespective of the
method of excavation adopted
by the Contractor.
M14 Item classed as dredging
shall be measured as dredging
irrespective of the method -
of excavation adopted by the
contractor.
MI5 Measurement of dredging
shall be made from sounding
unless otherwise stated.
M16 The volume measured for
dredging shall be the volume
below water when the water
surface is at the higher level
of fluctuation unless otherwise
stated.
M17 Dredging to remove silt shall
be measured only to the extent
that is expressly r epi r ed
DEFINITION RULES COVERAGE RULES
C4 Item for excavation for
foundation shall incIude
upholding sides of excavation
preparation of excavated
surface, additional excavation
to provide working space and
removal of dead services.
Cl5 Item for excavation to
remove unsuitable material
below Final Surface shall
include disposal of excavated
material.
:6 Item for excavation under
water shall include all
necessary temporary works.
17 Item classified as excavation
by dredging shall include
transportation from source to
place of disposal.
3 Item coverage for dredging
shafl be deemed to include
any mopping up of silt which
accumulates after the Final
Surface has been reached.
Class E: Earthworks
ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RULES
410 Excavation around ~ i l e shafts
I
and for underpinnidg shall
each be so described and
classed as excavation for
foui,dation.
411 Item descriptions for
excavation for foundation to
be camed out under water
shall be so described.
U2 Item descnptions for
excavation under water shall
i
identify the water body snd
the l i mt of zxcnat~on.
k13 Item descriptions for dredging
shall state the location and
Iimits of dredging.
Class E: Earthw0rk.i
FIRST DMSION
! Excavation ancillaties
i Filling
SECOND DMSION THIRD DMSION
I Double handling of excavated material
2 Timber support left in
3 Metal support left in
1 General
2 Embankment
3 Rep1ac:ment
i Earth
! Natural hard material
1 Rock
! Artificial hard material
Excavated material
! Imported material
; Granular material
i Rock
I
i Tostructures
I
' Below water
Drains and trenches
I
41EhSUREXE;VT RULES
$18 Double handling of
excavated material shall be
measured only to the extent
that it is expressly required.
419 The volume measured for
double handling of excavated
material shall be that of the
void formed in the temporary
stockpile from which the
material is removed.
/I20 The area measured for timber
or metal supports left in
shall be the area of supported
surface for which the supports
are expressly required to be
left in.
11121 Additional filling necessitated
by settlement or penetration
into underlying rnaterial shall
only be measured for depth
beyond 30 mm.
d22 The volume ofimported
material measured shall be
the difference between the net
volume offilfing and the nett
volume of excavated material
derived fiom work within
Class E
v123 The volume of imported
granular material and rock
shall be measured nett at the
pi xe oi 51.
v124 When rock is deposited into
soft areas, the volume shall be
measured as in the transport
vehicles at the place of
deposition.
a25 Filling of excavation around
completed structures shall be
measured nett bebveen the
volume of excavation under
rule M7 and the completed
structure measured fiom the
Commencing Surface.
M26 WhereJilling is to be
deposited below water and the
quantity cannot be measured
satisfactorily by any other
means, the volume shall be
measured as in the transport
vehicle at the place of
deposition. Where filling is by
pumping the volume shall be
measured by settlement plate.
DEFINITION RLJES COVERAGE RULES
C9 Item forfilling to
embankment or on sloping
ground shall be deemed to
1 include benchers.
ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RLJES
1 1 4 Item descriptions for
excavation ancillaries in
connection with excavation
by dredging shall be so
desc&ed.
i l j Item descriptions frxfilling
using excavated rock shall be
described.
416 Item descriptions forfilling
using imported material shall
state the type of material,
gradation l i i t and size ahere
applicable.
Class E: Earthworks
FIRST DMSION
I Filling ancillaries
i Landscaping
SECOND DMSION
Geotextiles
T ~ g
Hydroseeding
Bio-degradable erosion control blanket
Hedges
Trees
THIRD DMSION
Class E: Earrhworks
MEASUREMENT RULES
M27 The areas of additional
geotPxtile in laps shall not be
measured.
M28 Measurement for spot turfing
shall include the unturfed
space between the sods.
1129 Ungrown areas of tu@ng and
hydroseeding exceeding 1 m2
shall not be measured.
M30 The lengths of hedges
measured shall be their
developed lengths along the
centerline.
v131 The area of bio-degradable
erosion control blanket shall
be measured nett and no
allowance shall be made for
laps.
DEFINITION RULES
The girth of trees shall be
measured from ground level
to one-third height of the trees
or 1 m from ground level
whichever is lower.
The height of trees shall be
measured from ground level
to the lowest branchilowest
crown.
COVERAGE RULES
Item for landscaping shall
include dig,ging, planting
media, bedding, stalking,
protection, watering, weedine
required fertilising and
replacement of dead item unt
the vegetation is establislred.
Turfing on slopes steeper tha
1 (vertical) and 3 (horizontal)
shall include pegging down
xith stakes.
Item for bio-degradable
erosion control blanket
shall be deemed to include
fastening hook and netting
required.
.ADDITION&
DESCRIPTION RULES
A17 Item descriptions for
geote.de shall state the
type, grade and the technical
specification of the material
or refer'ence number of the
product.
Item descriptions for
landscaping shaU state
the species of the turfing,
hydroseeding, hedges and
trees required.
Item descriptions for trees
shall state the minimum girth
and height.
Item descriptions for turfing
shall state the type of turfing
(close or spot).
Item descriptions for '
hydroseerling shall state the
technical specification for
hydroseeding,
Item descriptions for bio-
degradable erosion control
blanket shall state the location
and spacing of the fastening
hook.
C!ass F: Concrete Works
1
/ CLASS F: CONCRETE WORKS
j Measurement covered under other classes:
1 h-!itu concrete for:
drains, sumps and pipeworks (included in Class H and I)
/ piling works (included in Class J)
/ roads, pavings and kerbs (included in Class G)
concrete sleeper (include in Class 0)
I foundations for fences and gates (included in Class R)
I
1 F o mo r k and reinforcement to drains, sumps and pipeworks (inc!ud:d in Class H and I)
/ Formwork and reinforcement ancillaries in drains, sumps, and pipeworh (included in Class H and I)
1 Formwork and reinforcement for concrete roads and pavings (included in Class G)
Formwork and reinforcement for sleeper (include in Class 0)
Formwork for foundation for fences and gates (included in Class R)
I
1 Precast concrete pipeworks (included in Class I)
I Precast concrete manholes and chambers (included in Class I)
I Precast concrete paving, kerbs and mffic sign supports (included in Class G)
Precast concrete fencing (included in Class R)
FIRST DIVISION
1 In-situ concrete designed mix
! In-situ concreteprescribed mix
SECOND DIVISION THIRD DIVISION ' LXIT
1 Grade : 15 1 1 Blinding 1 m2
2 20 caps and ground slabs / m3
3 25 1 m3
4 30 j m3
5 3 5 Column and piers m3
6 40 16 Beams I in3
Diaphragm wall
Other concrete forms
Class F: Concrete Work
DEFINITION RC'LES COVERAGE RULES
C1 Item for in-sitzi concrete shall
be deemed to include placing
and compaction of concrete.
ADDITION.-iL
DESCRIPTION RULES
Placing in mass, reinforce1 M1 The volume of concrete
measured shall include that
occupied by:
or concrete
shall be so stated.
a) reinforcement and other
metal sections
b) prestressing components
c) Cast-in components each
not exceeding 0.1 m3 in
volume
d) rebates, grooves, throats,
fillets, chamfers or interna
splays each not exceeding
0.0 I mZ cross-sectional
area.
e) voids not exeeding 0.05 m:
f) joints orjoint component
between adjacent volumes
of in-situ concrete
g) nibs or external splays
Itenr descriptions for
components classed as
other concrete forms shall
identify the component
and include one of the
following:
a) the principal
dimensions of the
concrete component
b) a type or mark
number of a concrete
component for which
principal dimensions
are given on the
Drawings
c) a statement locating a
concrete component
for which principal
dimensions are given o
the Drawings
v12 No deduction shall be made fc
formwork to voids as follows:
Class I Maximum cross section
Circular 1 not exceeding 0.35 m
KYZL 1 not exceeding 0.1 ,
(area)
Cement component other
than Ordinary Portland
Cement shall be so
described.
Item descriptions foe
prescribed mir shall
include nominal maximum
aggregate size.
Concrete required to be
placed by a particular
method, poured at a stared
spzed, compacted or cured
in a particular way shall be
so described.
A6 The thickness of blinding
and diaphragm walls
shall be stated in item
descriptions.
: Columns andpiers Integral
with a wall shall be measured
X concrete mix shall be C? Item for concrete diaphragm
walls shall be deemed to classified as a designed mix
where the performance IS
stated in the Contract and
the mix proportions are to be
selected by the Contractor
I
I
as part of the wall except
where expressly required to be
cast separately.
include guide walls, trimming
the faces of diaphragm walls
and preparing their tops to
receive other work. 47 The mix specifications or
strengths shall be stated
in item descriptions for
concrete in diaphragm
wails.
The depths of concrete in
diaphragm walls shall be
measured from the cut-off
level to toe level.
subject toconstraints imposed
by specifications such as
minimum cement content,
water cement ratio, etc.
Beams integral with a slab
shall be measured as part of
the slab except where expresslj
required to be cast separately.
Concrete in suspended slabs
and walk less than 1 m wide
or long shall be classed
as concrete in beams and
columw respectively
Diaphragm walls are walls
constructed using bentonite
slurry or other support fluids.
A concrete mix shall be
classified as aprescribed
mix where the exact mix
proportions of cement, sand
and aggregates are stated in the
Contract.
FIRST DIVISION
3 Precast concrete
SECOND DMSION
I
THIRD DIVISION I UNIT
4 Fonnwork 1 Sides
2 Soffit
3 Sides and soffit
1 Sloping
nr
nr
nr
nr
nr
nr
m
1 Beams
2 Prestressed pre-tensioned beams
3 Prestressed post-tezsioned beams
4 Columns
5 Slabs
6 Segmental units
7 Units for subways, -cehicular or
pedestrian culverts and ducts
1 Bases, footinss, pile caps and ground
slabs
2 Suspended slabs
3 Walls
4 CoIumns and piers
5 Beams
I-
h4EASUREXlEYT RLZES
(16 The length measured for units
for subways, vehicular or
pedestrian culverts and ducts
shall be the total length
vI7 Formwork shall be measured
for surfaces of in-situ concrete
which require temporary
support during casting except
where otherwise stated.
v18 Formwork shall not be
measured for :he hilowing:
a) edges of blinding concrete
not exceeding 0.2 m wide
or deep
b) joints, associated rebates
and grooves.
c) temporary surfaces
formed at the discretion of
the contractor
d) surfaces of concrete which
are expressly required
to be cast against an
excavated surface
M9 Formwork to upper surfaces
of concrete shall be measured
to surfaces inclined at an
angle exceeding 15' from the
horizontal and to other upper
surfaces for which formwork
is expressly required.
DEFINITION RULES
Concrete components which
are cast other than in their
h a 1 position shall generally
be classed asprecast concrete
units.
Where site precasting of units
is adopted for reasons other
than to obtain multiple use of
formwork and the nature of
the work is characteristic of
in-situ concrete but involves
the movement of the cast units
into their final positions, the
unit shall be classed as in-situ
concrete.
Formwork shall be classified
according to its angle of
inclination as follows:-
Class 1 Angle of inclination
from the horizontal
- %zATr -
sloping 5'-30'
Sides 1 80'-90"
Formwork for type F 1, F2 and
F3 finish shall be as defined
in the Standard Specification
for Roadwork as published by
JKR.
COVERAGE RbI ES
3 Item forprecast concrete
shall be deemed to include
reinforcement, formwork,
joints and finishes.
24 item forprestressed
precast units shall include
prestressing.
Item for formwork shall
include for any temporary
staging required.
Item for formwork shall
be deemed to include the
projections and intrusions
AWDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RULES
T'ne position in the Works and
specification of the concrete
to be used in each type of
precast unit shall be stated in
item de~aiptions.
Item descriptions shall state
the concrete mix type or
mark number of eachprecmt
concrete unit Units with
different dimensions shall be
given different type or mark
numbers.
Particulars of tendons and
prestressing shall be stated in
item descriptions prestressed
pre-tensioned andpost-
tensioned beams.
The cross-section type and
principal dimensions shall be
stated in item descriptions for
beams, columns, segmental
units, drains, units for
subways and vehicular or
pedestrian culverts & ducts
Al ? Formwork left in shall be so
described in item descriptions
for formwork.
-113 Formwork adopting the use of
travel form system, slipform
system and the likes shall be
jtated in item descriptions.
i l J Item descriptions for
formwork shall state the
required concrete finish as
follows:
a) F1: rough finish
b) F2: fair finish
c) F3: smooth finish
d) Other stated finish
e) Other surface features
$15 Item descriptions for
formwork to upper surfaces
shall be so stated except
where the surfaces are
inclined at an angle exceeding
15' from the horizontal.
$16 Item descriptions for
formwork shall state where
the formwork is curve.
FIRST DIVISION SECOND DIWSION THIRD DIVISION
Depth: not exceeding 0.5 m
! 0.5-1 m
1 stated exceeding 1 m
UNIT
1 Formwork 5 For voids
(including opening, holes and the like)
5 Reinforcement 1 Mild steel bars
2 High tensile bars
3 Reinforcing bars of 0 t h stated material
Diameter: 6 mm
I
10 mm
I 12 mm
I I6 mm
I 20 mm
1 25 mm
32 mm
40 mm or greater
4 Special joints
5 High yield steel fabric
5 Fabric of other stated material
i Joints 1 Expansion joints
2 Waterstops
Plain or greased
Sleeved or cappeds
3 Sealed rebates or groc7. es
I Dowels
Post-tensioned prestressing 1 Horizontal internzl tendons in in-situ concrete
2 Inclined or vertical in:ernal tendons in in-situ
concrete
3 Horizontal internal tendons in precast
concrete
4 Inclined or vertical internal tendons in precast
concrete
Concrete accessories 1 Finishing of formed surfaces
2 Inserts
1 Aggregate exposure using retarded
2 Bush hammering
3 Other stated surface treatment carried out
after striking forrnwork
1 ine ear inserts
2 Other inserts
I 1 Area : not exceeding 0.1 m2
2 0.1-0.5 m2
3 0.5-1 m2
4 stated exceeding 1 m2
3 Grouting under plates
MEASUREMENT RULES
MI0 Formwork for the surfaces
of voids larger than those
defined in D9 shall be
measured as set out in this
class for formwork generally.
3111 The mass of steel
reinforcement shall be taken
as 0.785 kg'm per 100 mm2
cross section. The nass of
other reinforcing materials
shall be taken as stated in
the contract or in accordance
with the manufacturer's
specification.
3112 The area of additionai fabric
in laps shall not be measuied.
M13 The mass measured for
reinforcement shall include
the mass of reinforcement
in laps for designed laps and
special designed chairs.
M14 Joints shall be measured
at location where they ar:
expressly reciu1red.
>I15 The lengths of waterstops
shall be neasured along rheir
centre lines.
M16 Prestressing shall Se
measured by the number of
tendons used.
M17 No deduction from the areas
measured forfinishing
shall be made for holes and
openings in the f i s he d
surfaces each not exceeding
0.5 m2.
M18 Grouting area shall be the
area of the plate.
DEFINITION RULES
D9 The size of voids shall be as
follows:
Class / Maximum cross
I section
Circular not exceeding
(diameter) 0.7 m
Other voids not exceeding
(area) 0.5 m2
Dl 0 The depths of voids shall be
measured perpendicularly
to the adjacent surface of
concrete.
Dl 1 The nominal diameter stated
in item descriptions for bar
reinforcement shall be the
cross-sectional diameter
defined in MS 146.
Dl 2 Sleeve joints, connectors and
the like in reinforcing bars
shall be classed as special
joints.
Dl 3 Profiled tendons in horizontal
components shall be classed
as horizontal tendons.
Dl 4 The lengths of tendons
used for classii5cation shall
be their developed lengths
between the outer faces of
anchorage.
Dl 5 Components cast or grouted
into in-situ concrete except
reinforcement, prestressing
and jointing materials shall
be classed as inserts.
COVERAGE RULES
--
C7 Item for reinforcement shall
include items for labour for
cutting, bending and placing.
C8 Item for reinforcement in
diaphragm wall shall be
deemed to include supporting
reinforcement and preparing
,merit to protruding~einforc-
receive other work.
C9 Item for joints shall be
deemed to include fonnwork.
C10 Item for waterstops shall
include cutting and jointing
of waterstops and provision
of special fittings at angles
and junctions.
C11 Item for prestressing shall
be deemed to include ducts,
jacking, grouting and other
components and tasks
ancillary to prestressing.
C12 Item for concrete accessories
shall be deemed to include
finishing to top surfaces.
ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RULES
A17 Item descriptions for special
joints shall state the type of
joint and type and size of
reinforcing bar.
A18 Item descriptions for steel
fabric shall state the fabric
reference or the wire and
mesh arrangement.
-119 The dimensions and nature
of components shall be stated
m the Item descriptions for
joints.
420 The material and the
actual width of waterstops
shall be stated in the item
descriptions.
121 Item descriptions for
prestressing shall identify
the concrete to be stressed
and stating the composition,
strength and length of the
tendon and particulars of the
anchorage.
422 Item descriptions for inserts
shall identify the components
to be cast or grouted in
and stating their principal
dimensions.
U3 Materials shall be stated
. in item descriptions for
grouting under plates.
Class G: Roadworks
CLASS G: ROADWORKS
Measurement covered under other classes:
Earthwork (included in Class E);
Fences and gates (included in Class R);
Maintenance of existing road and temporary road diversion (included in Class Q)
Temporary traffic signs and barriers, bamcades and delineators (included in Class Q)
THIRD DMSIOY SECOXD DIVISION FIRST DMSION
1 Subgrade preparation
- --
1 Earth
2 Rock
! Sub-base 1 Granular material
I Soil cement
I Cement-bound granular material
k Lean concrete
5 Hardcore
3 Geotextile
3 Roadbase I Crushed aggregates
! R; t mix macadam
1 Dry bound macadam
h Dense bituminous macadam
j Soil cement
j Cement-bound granuiar material
1 Laterite
i Gravel
t Road shoulder , Earth shoulder
! Gravel shoulder
i Paved shoulder
j Surfacing Asphaltic concrete
! Dense bituminous macadam
1 Tack coat
I Prime coat
; Micro surfacing
i Surface dressing
' Removal of flexible surface -
I Regulating course of stated material
Class G: Roadworks
DEFINITION RULES
COVERAGE RULES
ADDITIONAL
I DESCRIPTIQN RULES
C1 item for the work in this class 1
involving in situ concrete
shall be deemed to include
hrmviork and finishes to
concrete.
C2 The subgradepreparation
shall be deemed to include
the scarifying, levelling and
compaction of the top 300 mr
of the subgrade.
C3 The subgrade preparation on
rock filled embankment shall
be deemed to include trimmir
of protruding rock above Fina
Surface, filling of oil cavities
with lean concrete and filling
with approved crushed rock o.
gravel to the Final Surface.
11 The width of each course of
materials shall be measured
C1 The item for sub-base and
roadbase shall be deemed to
include chamfer.
Dl The ,ouanular material shall
be classified according to
Gradation Limits for Sub-
base Material in the Standard
Specification for Road Works
published by JKR.
41 The w e , gade and
thickness of sub-base
at the top of surface of that
course. The areas of manhole
covers and other intrusions intr
a course shall not be deducted
where the area of the intrusion
is less than 1 m2.
shall be stated in item
description.
42 Item descriptions for
geotextile shall state
the ty;pe, ,pde and the
technical specification of
the material or reference
number of the product.
i3 Item descripions for
roadbase shall state the
@ye, ,pde and thickness c
the material.
! 2 The area of additional
geotextiles in.laps shall not be
measured.
DZ Tne crushed aggregates shall
be classified according to the
Gradation Limits for Crashed
Aggregates Roadbase in the
Standard Specification for
Road Works published by JKR.
D3 Laterite material shall be
according to the Gradation
Limits for Gravel Surfacing in
the Standard Specification for
Road Works published b i JKR.
35 Earth shoulder shall be
deemed to include verge.
,1 Item descriptions for road
shoulder shall state the
thickness, type and materia
used.
M3 The area of sub-base and road
base for road shoulder shall bc
measured under Class G 2 * *
andG3**.
26 Removal offlexible surface
shall be deemed to include
scarifying of existing roadbasi
before receiving the new road
base material.
5 Item descriptions for
surfacing shall state the
type and the compacted
thickness (where
appropriate).
D4 Surface dressing material shall
be according to the Gradation
Limits for Bituminous Surface
Dressing in the Standard
Specification for Road Works
published by JKR
.6 Item descriptions for tack
coat, prime coat and micro
surfacing shall state the
spread rate of applied
. surface finishes.
.7 Where removal ofjlexible
surface is to be done by
milliig, it shall be so
described.
Class G: Roadworks
FIRST DIVISION
0 6 Concrete pavements
7 Kerbs, channels and edgings
SECOND DIT;ISION
1 Carriageway slab
2 In-situ concrete slab
3 Reinforcement
4 Waterproof membranes below concrete
pavements
-
5 Joints in concrete pavements
5 Pavers
Precast concrete kerbs
1 In-situ concrete kerbs
I Concrete edgings
1 Concrete channels
THIRD DIVISION
High yield steel fabric reinforcement to
MS 145
Fabric of oth& stated material
Mild steel reinforcement to MS 146
High yield steel bar reinforcement to
MS 146.
Longitudinal joints
Expansion joints
Construction joints
Warping joints
Butt joints
UNIT
Special joints I m
Transverse
Interloclung concrete block
Concrete flags
In-situ concrete pavers
ADDITIONAL
DESCRlPTION RULES
DEFINITIOX RULES I COVERAGERULES MEASUREMENT RULES
I
1 C7 Item for concretepavements
shall be deemed to include
I formwork.
18 Item descriptions for concrete
pavements shall state the
strength and thickness of the
concrete used.
(14 The width of each course of
materials shall be measured
at the top of surface of that
course. The areas of manhole
covers and other intrusions
into a course shall not be
deducted where the area of the
intrusion is less than 1 m2.
CS Item for reinforcement shall
be deemed to include cutting,
bending and the like.
19 Item descriptions for steel
dj The areas of additional fabric
reinforcement in laps shall
not be measured.
35 The nominal size stated for
bar reinforcement shall be the
cross-sectional size defined in
MS 146.
fabric reinforcement to
MS 145 shall state the type,
number or letter in accordance
with IMS 145. Item
descriptions for other fabric
reinforcement shall state the
material, sizes and nominal
mass per square metres.
L
v16 The mass of steel
reinforcement shall be taken
as 0.785 kg/m per 100 mm2
of cross-section (7.85 Urn3).
The mass of other reinforcing
materials shall be taken as
stated in the contract.
v17 The mass measured for
reinforcement shall include
the mass of reinforcement in
laps.
110 Item descriptions for
waterproof membranes
shall state the materials and
thickness.
v18 The areas of additional
waterproof membranes in
laps shall not be measured.
t
D6 Sleeve joints, connectors and i C9 Item forjoint in concrete
the llke in reinforcing bars pavements shall be deemed to
shall be classed as special include cutting.
joints.
111 Item descriptions for joints
shall state the depth ofjoint.
112 Item descriptions for special
joints shall state the type
of joint, type and size of
reinforcing bar.
I
/ C10 Item forpavers shall be
deemed to include base
preparation, joints and cutting.
413 Item descriptions for pavers
shall state type, size and
thickness.
a9 Excavation and filling for
kerbs, channels and edgings
shall be classed as earthworks
(Class E).
C11 Item for kerbs, channels
and edgings shall be deemed
to include beds, backings,
reinforcement, joints and
cutting.
411 Item descriptions for kerbs,
channefs and edgings shall
state the type and size.
i15 Item descriptions for kerbs,
channels and edgings shall
state the use of slip-form if
expressly required.
FIRST DMSION
j Road ikniture
SECOND DIVISION
! Pavement markings
i Delineators
! Traffic barrier
THIRD DIWSION
1 Non-illuminated retro-reflective
2 Illuminated
3 Electronic
1 Letters and shapes
2 Continuous line
3 Intermittent line
4 Chevron marking
1 Chevron
2 Delineator posts '<
3 Roadstud
New Jersey barrier
Wire rope
Guardrail
Guardrail end-treatment
Pedestrian barrier
UNIT
Class G: Roadworks
MEASUREMENT RULES
ill0 Lengths measured for linear
pavement marking shall
include gaps in intermittent
line.
ill1 Area measurement for
chevron markings shall be
gross area.
DEFINITION RULES
D7 The colour of t he pak e nt
marking, unless otherwise
stated shall be deemed to be
white.
COVERAGE RULES
C1Z Post mounted signages
shall be deemed to include
foundations, support posts,
excavation, preparation
sfsurfaces, disposal of
excavated material, upholdins
sides of excavation,
bacmling, concrete,
reinforcement and joints.
3 3 itzm for guardrail and wire
rope shall include the supply
snd installation of corrugated
=ouardrail beam and wire rope
inclusive of bolts, nuts, posts
and other ancillary works.
Z14 Item for end-treatment
shall include the supply and
installation inclusive of bolts,
nuts, post and other ancillary
works.
:lj Item for crash cushion,
kilometerpost and anti-
glare screen shall include
.the supply and installation
of the said item inclusive of
bolts, nuts, posts and other
ancillary works required for
the completion of the works.
:16 Item for gantry shall be
deemed to include fabrication,
installation, foundation works,
protective and decorative
surface treatment.
ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RULES
616 Item description for signages
andpavement marking shall
state the material grade, size
and diagram number taken
from A~ahan Teknik (Jalan)
issued 6y JKR or other
agencies.
A17 Item descriptions for signages
mounted on gantry shall be so
stated.
418 Item descriptions for
pavement marking shall state
the shape, type and colour.
119 Item des cr i pt i onw
delineators shall state the
type, size and color.
120 Item descriptions for Xew
Jersey bawier shall state the
type and dimension.
Ul Item descriptions of pardrail
shall state the type and
thickness of beam element,
type of post and post spacing.
422 Item descriptions for
guardrail end-treatment shall
state the type of tr, -arment.
123 Item descriptions for traffic
barrier shall state excavation
in rock where applicable.
i24 Item descriptions for Xew
Jersey barrier shall state the
use of slip form if expressly
required.
L25 Item descriptions of crash
cushion, kilometerpost and
anti-glare screen shall state
the size, type and material.
~ 2 6 Item descriptions for crash
cushion, kilometerpost and
anti-glare screen shall state
excavation in rock where
applicable.
~ 2 7 . Item descriptions for ganhy
shall state the type, materials
and principal dimensions.
Class H: Dminage Workr
CLASS H: DRAINAGE WORKS
- - - - - - - - - - - -- - -
Measurement covered under other classes:
?ipe works (work included in Class I)
3orizontal and vertical drains (included in Class C)
?ast in-situ box culverts (include in Class F)
3arthworks (included in Class E)
FIRST DMSION - SECOND DIJTSION THIRD DMSION UNIT
I Surface drains 1 Interceptor drain
2 Bench drain
1 3 Roadside drain
3 Median drain
15 Berm drain
i 6 Toe drain
1 7 Cascade drain
! Subsurface drains
1 i Subsoil drain
.17 Outlet drain
l 3 French drain
1 Drainage blanket
; Drain covers
1 Precast concrete
1 2 Metal
, 3 Fibre reinforced plastic
I Culverts : Precast concrete pipe al vert
! Precast box culvert
I Corrugated metal pipe
I Single
! Twin
I Triple
I Inlet and outlet structures
1 Brick
2 h-situ concrete
3 Precast concrete
' Sumps
Class ii: Drainage Vorks
3IEASURESIENT RULES DEFINITION RLZES COVERAGE RULES
ADDITIONAL
/ DESCRIPTION RULES
31 Item for this Class shall be
c
(11 Excavation exceeding 1.50 m
rrom Commencing Surface
shall be measured under
Class E 1 2 *.
deemed to include excavation
(not exceeding 1 .SO m from
Commencing Surface),
cement jointing, sand and
concrete bedding, rubber rings,
shuttering, backfilling and
disposal.
vI2 Any :xcavation for :ock shall
be measured under
Class E 1 2 *.
2 Item for surface drains shall
be deemed to include cement
joiting, sand and concrete
bedding, rubber rings,
shuttering and weep holes.
A1 Item descriptions for
surface drains shall state
the material, type, size,
shape and thickness of the
linings, average height of
wall, struts if any.
23 Item for subsurface drains
shall be deemed to include
geotextiles fabric, lining and
filter material.
A2 Item descriptions for
cascade drains shall state
the location.
34 Item for outlet drains shall be
deemed to include bends, filter
fabric, concrete surround.
A3 Item descriptions for
unlined surface drains shall
be so described. ,
d
-44 Item descriptions for
subsurface drains shail
state the material, type,
size, shape, spacing, pipe
diameter, width and height.
A5 Item descriptions for
drainage blankets shall
state the material, type and
thickness.
6 Item descriptions for drain :5 Item for drain covers shall be
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deemed to include iifting hooki i covers shali srate the type,
hole and all associated fittings. : loading duties, size and
1 thickness.
16 Item for culverts shall
be deemed to include all
excavation, joints, water
stops, concrete base, concrete
surround, backfilling and
disposal unless otherwise
stated.
A7 Item descriptions for
culverts shall state the
class, type and diameter.
1.13 Cast in-situ box culvert shall
be measured under Class F.
:7 Item for inlet and outlet
structures shall be deemed
to include all excavation and
backfill, disposal, granular
infill, reinforced concrete
headwall and wingwall, base
slab, blinding, mortar rip-
rap, geotextiles, joints and
all necessary formwork and
reinforcement.
:8 Items for sumps shall be
deemed to include excavation
(not exceeding 1.50 m from
Commencing Surface), sand
and concrete bedding, cement
plastering, metalwork and
pipework.
A8 Item descriptions for sumps
shall state the type, size and
the loading duties of covers
where required.
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Class 1: +wo r k
?LASS I : PIPEWORKS
bleasuremerit covered under other classes:
Zxcavation exceeding 1 S O m deep (included in Class E)
Steel pipe piles (included in Class J)
?ipes and ducts built into brickwork (included in Class K).
FIRST DIVISION
I . Pipes
! Excavation
Ductile iron
Mild steel
Polyvinyl chloride
Polyethylene
Vitrified clay
Concrete
Stainless steel
1 Rock
2 Katural hard materials
3 hi f i ci al hard materials
1 Concrete
2 Sand
THIRD DIVISION
1 Not in trenches
2 In'trenches depth: not exceeding 1.50 m
3 exceeding 1.50 m
In pipe trenches
Chambers
Manholes
UNIT
MEhSLrREMEST RULES / DEFMlTlON RULES
ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RULES
C1 Iieas forpipes of diameters
less than 100 mm shall be
d s n e d to include fittings
for pipes and pipe cutting.
1 The materials, joint types,
nominal bore and lining
requirements ofpipes shall be
stated in item descriptions and
reference given to applicable
Malaysian or British Standard
specifications. Fittings with
puddle Yanges shall be so
described.
Lengths ofpipes shall be
measured along their centre
lines. Lengths ofpipes shall
include length occupied by
fittings and valves.
Pipes not in trenches shall
include pipes suspended or
supported above the iround
or or others surfaces, pipe
in heading, tunnel or shafts,
pipe installed by thrust
boring and pipe jacking.
3 kerns-for pipes in trenches
shall be deemed to include
evcavation (not exceeding
1 .SO m from Commencing
Surface), preparation of
surface, disposal of ecavatec
/'
materials, upholding
d e s of excavation,
backfilling and removal
sf dead services, bedding,
haunching and surround,
n~apping and lagging
Item descriptions for pipes shall
state their functional use. Whert
pipes are in trenches the averagt
depth shall be stated.
Item descriptions for pipes not
in trenches shall distinguish
benveen the different categories
of pipes listed in rule Dl .
Length ofpipes entering
manholes and other chambers
shall be measured to the
inside surface of the chambers
excepts that pipes and fittings
comprising backdrops to
manhole shall be included in
items for manholes.
Depth used for classification
ofpipes in trenches shall be
measured from Commencing
Surface to the inverts of the
pipes.
The Commencing Surface shall
be identified in the descriptions
of each item for involving
excavation for which the
Commencing Surface is also :he
Original Surface. Backfilling of trenches with
excavated material shall not be
measured
Where more than one pipe is
expressly required to be laid in
one xench, the item description:
for each pipe shall so state and
also identify the pipe run.
Excavation for pipe in
trenches exceeding 1.50 m
shall be measured under Class
E 1 2 *
Item descriptions for pipes shall
identify separately excavation
required to carried out by hand.
Bedding, haunting, surround,
wrapping and lagging where
required shall be so described
in item decsriptions forpipes
exceeding 300 mm diameter in
trenches.
The volume of excavation
inpipes trenches shall be
calculated by multiplying the
average depth and the length of
the material removed and the
nominal trench width.
13 The nominal width of the
trench shall be the internal
diameter of the pipe of of
the larger pipe, if laid one
above the other, plus 500
mrn. Where pipes are laid
side by side, the nominal
trench width shall be the sum
Volume of excavation in
manholes and other chambers
shall be measured between
their external surfaces.
of all the internal diameters,
spacing in between the pipes
plus 500 mm.
The volume of backfilling
in pipe trenches shall be
calculated multiplying the
average depth and the length of
the material removed and the
nominal trench width.
An isolated volume of rock,
natural hard material or
arti)?cial hard materials .
occuring within the excavation
shall not be measured
separately, unless its volume
exceeds 0.25 m3
Class 1: ~ r l v o r . h
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FIRST DIVISION
j 5 Mahole and chambers
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7 Special pipe !aying methods
8 Pipework'ancillaries
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SECOND DIVISION
1 Ductile iron pipe
2 Mild steel pipe
3 Polyvinyl chloride pipe
4 Polyethylene pipe
5 Vitrified clay pipe
5 Concrete pipe
7 Stainless steel pipe
3. Valves and penstocks
1 Brick
2 In-situ ioncrzte
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3 Precast concrete
1 River, stream or canal width: 1-3 m
! 3-10 m
j exceeding 10 m
1 Fence
j Sewer or drain
5 Rock
L In headings
! Thrust boring
I Pipe jacking
1 Submarine
Concrete stools and thrust blocks
! Pipe supports
i Hydrants
I Marker posts
i Testing
i Connection fee
THIRD DIVISION
Bends
Junction and branches
Tapers
Double collars
Adaptors
Glands
Bellmouths
Straight specials
Gate valves; hand operated
power operated
Non-return valves
Butterfiy valves; hand operated
power operated
hi valves
Penstocks
Altitude valves
1 Depth: not exceeding 1.5 m
2 1.5-3 m
3 - :~ceeding 3 m
UNIT
i Bore : not exceeding 300 mm , nr
L ?00-900 nun N
i Nominal bore: not exceeding 200 nun
l 200-300 mm
I 300-600 rnm
I 600-900 mm
5 900-1200 mm
1 1200-1500 mtn
7 1500-1800 rnm
i exceeding 1800 mm
Volume : not exceeding 0:5 m3
! 0.5-2 m3
i 2-6 mj
I. exceeding 6 m3
nr
N
nr
nr
sum
sum
v19 Pipefittings comprising
backdrops to manhole shall
be included in the items for
manholes.
vllO Straight specials shall be
measured only wherethey are
expressly required.
1111 Fittings of diameter more than
100 mrn shall be measured.
dl 2 Crossings shaM be measured
for pipes, ducts and metal
culverts.
dl 3 Crossings of s ~e a ms shall
be measured only where their
width exceeds 1 m
1114 Specialpipe laying methods
shall be measured only where
they are expressly required.
DEFINITION RULES
14 Pipefining on pipes of
different nominal bore shall
be classified according to the
internal daimeter of the largest
pipe.
15 A straight specials is a length
of pipe either cut to lenghth or
made to order.
16 The depth of manholes and
other chambers shall be
measured from the top of
covers to channel inverts or
tops of base slabs. whchzver i:
lower.
)7 River, stream and canal
crossings shall be classified by
their widths measured along
pipe, duct or cu1w-t centre line
when the water surface is at the
higher level of fluctuation.
)8 The volumes used for
classfication or concrete stools
and thrust blocks shall exclude
the volumes occupied by pipes
19 . Where two or more pipes are
carried by one support, the .
item for the support shall be
classified in the third division
by the aggregate bore of the
pipes supported.
COVERAGE RULES
Z3 item for the straight specials
shall be deemed to include
cutting.
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21 Item for manholes and
chambers shall be deemed to
include all items of metalwot~
and pipework, Other than
'alves, which occur within or
at the surface of the item.
35 Item for manholes with
backdrops shall be deemed
10 include the pipework and
associated fittings comprising
[he backdrops.
:6 Item for crossings shall
be deemed to include
reinstatement unless otherwise
stated.
17 Item for specialpipe laying
methods shall be deemed to
include crossings, provision
and removal of access pits,
shafts and jacking blocks
unless otherwise stated.
:8 Item for concrete stools and
thrust blocks shall be deemed
to include pipe ki ngs.
ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RULES
48 Item descriptions for pipe
fittings shall state the
principle dimensions of
each fitting.
19 The material, internal
diameters and any
additional requirements
such as joints, drain cocks,
extensions spindles and
brackets shall be stated
in item descriptions for
valves and penstocks
and reference given to
applicable Malaysian
or British Standard
specifications.
110 Tyye or mark numbers
shall be stated in item
description for manholes
and chambers of which
details are expressly given.
Manholes with backdrops
shall be so described.
ill Types and loading duties
of covers shall be stated
in item descriptions for
manholes and chambers.
i12 Where existing linings to
rivers, streams or canals
are to be broken through
and reinstated, the type of
lining shall be stated in
item descriptions.
413 Item descrptions for special
pipe laying methods shall
identify the diameter and
the run of pipes. The type
of packing shall be stated in
item descripitions for pipes
headings.
~ 1 4 Item descriptions for
concrete stools and thrust
blocks shall state the
specification of the concrete
and whether it is reinforced.
i15 Principal dimensions,
height and materials-
shall be stated in item
descriptions for pipe
suppor6, hydrants and
marker posts.
J6 ' Item descriptions for
Testing shall state the type
of testing.
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I CLASS J: PILWG WORKS
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1 Measurement covered under other classes:
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i Boring for soil investigation works (included in Class B)
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1 FIRST DSVISION 1 SECOND DMSIOH
1 1 Plant and equipment > Proviiion
! 1 2 Moving and handling
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1 1 Bored piles
1 2 Driven cast in-situ concrete
piles
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THIRD DRISION
. Dq t h bored or driven
! Boring through rock
I Concreted length
I Pe'manent casings
i Reinforcement straight bars nominal diameter: not exceeding 20 mm
) exceeding 20 rnm
1 Reiiiforcement helical bars
I Cut-off piles including preparing heads
C!nss J: Piiing Vor,k
DEFINITION RULES
ADDI TI ONa
DESCFUPTION RULES
41 ., Preliminary piles shall
be identified in item
descriptions. Raked piles
shall be identified in item
desariptions and their
inclination stated.
JIEASLXEMENT RULES
C1 Item for piling works shall be
deemed to include disposal
of excavated and surplus
materials.
vll Bored and driven depths shall
be measured along the axes of
piles from the Commencing
Surface:
a) to the toe !evels of bored
piles
b) to the bottom ofthe casings
of driven cast in-situ piles
c) to the bottom of the toes of
other driven piles
C2 Item for piling works shall
be deemed to include piling
records.
C3 Items for pre-boring shall be
- deeined to include backfilling
between the pile and the bore.
The Commencing Surface
adopted in the preparation of
Bill of Quantities is the surface
at which boring or driving
is expected to begin shall be
adopted for the measurement
of the completed works.
C1 Item forprovision shall be
deemed to include provision ol
all necessary piling plant and
equipment, transportation to
the site, handling, assembling,
and removal off the site after
completion of operation.
C j Item for moving and handling
shall be deemed to include
moving and handling all piling
plant and equipment about
the site as often and whenever
;
necessary for the execution of
/ the whole piling operation.
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dZ Each group of items for bored
piles and driven cast in-situ
.concrete piles shall comprise:
Piles comprising of dnven
permanent steel casing which
is filled with concrete shall be
classified as driven cast in-
situ concretepiles where the
piles are designed for the load
to be carried on the concrete.
Item for permanent casing
shall be deemed to include the
supply and jointins of casings,
driving heads and shoes.
The diameter shall be state1
in item descriptions for
bored piles.
a) an item for the total depth
bored or total depth driven
stating total number of pile
points.
b) an item for the total
concreted length ofpiles
Contiguous bore piles
shall be identified in item
descriptions.
Item for reinforcement
shall be deemed to include
supporting reinforcement.
The nominal diameter used
for classification of bar
reinforcement shall be the
cross-sectiond diameter
defined in BS 4449 or MS 146.
Materials, thickness and
details of treatments and
coating shall be stated
in item descriptions tor
permanent casings.
Item for boredpiles shall be
deemed to include temporary
casings and enlarged bases.
43 The concreted length of bored
piles shall be measured from
the cut-off levels to the toe
levels. The grade of concrete
shall be stated in the item
descriptions for concreted
length.
'14 The lengths ofpermanent
casings for boredpiles
shall be measured from the
cut-off level to the bottom
of the casings. The length of
permanent casing for driven
cast in-situ concrete piles shal
be measured h m the cut-off
levels to the toe levels.
Concrete required to be
placed by a particular
method, poured at a stated
speed, coinpacted or. cured
in a particular way shall be
so described.
Materials shall be stated
in item descriptions for
rein forcement.
FIRST DITISION
l Piles
SECOSD DTC?SION
I Driven cast in-situ concr::e piles
I Precast reinforced concreia piles
i Precast prestressed Joncrere piles
I Precast prestressed concrete sheet piles
THIRD DIVISION
Preboring
Supply
Depth driven
Pre-boring
Jointings
Filling hollow piles with concrse
Cut-off piles including preparing
heads
1 Supply
2 Driven
3 Cut-off piles
UNIT
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IIEASUREMEXT RLIES 1 DEFINITION RULES 1 COVERAGE RULES
ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RULES
18 Details of couplers for
reinforcement which are
expressly required shall be
stated in item descriptions
fog reinforcement.
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reinforcement shall include the 1
I ma& of reinforcement in laps.
PI6 The aass of steel
reinforcement shall be
taken as 0.735 kgim per 100
mm2 of cross-section (7.35
t'mj). The mass of other
reinforcing materials shall
be taken as stated in the
contract or in accordance with
manufacturer's specification.
v17 Each group of items for
precast reinforced concrete
piles anilprecastprestressed
concrete piles md shall
comprise:
The supply lengths ofprecast
, C9
reinforced concrete pdes and ,
precastprestressed concrete
piles shall be the total number
of piles of stated lengths
expressly required to be : C10
supplied. 1
Item for depth driven shall be /
deemed to include handling, I
hoisting, pitching and driving 1
of piles.
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Item forfilling hollow piles i
with concrete shall be deemed /
to include removal of materiaIs
i
from within the piles before
concreting.
Item descriptions for I
supply ofpile shall state ,
:he cross-sectional type and ;
cross-sectional dimensions r
or diameter, lengths and
working load.
a) an item for total supply
number of piles of stated
length
b) an item For the total depth
driven
Where depth driven
requires jack-in method
under precast reinforced
concrete piles and precast
prestressed concrete piles,
it shall be so stated in item
descriptions.
v18 Depth driven shall be
measured from the cut-off
levels to the toe levels.
Item descriptions forpiles
shall state initial piles and
extension piles. Type of '
shoes for initial piles shall
be jo stated.
Details of treatment and
coatings shall be stated in
item descriptions for the
supply length.
Item descriptions forfilling
hollow piles with concrete
shall state the specification
of concrete.
Materials ofjointing
shall be stated in item
descriptions for jointings.
19
The areas of driven precast
prestressed concrete sheet
piles shall be calculated by
multiplymg the horizontal
lengths of the pile walls
formed by the average depths
measured from cut-off lwels.
i15 Thickness, length and
width for supply ofprecast
presfressed concrete sheet
piles shall be stated in item
descriptions.
Class J: Piling SVorics
THIRD DI\TSION 1 UNIT
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1 supply -
2 Depth driven
3 Jointing
4 Cut-off s q l u s lengths including
preparing hedds
1 Depth bored
2 Boring through rock
3 Supply of seamless tubular steel
casing and pressure grouting
4 Cut-off piles and preparing heads
1 Supply
2 Driven
3 Special piles
4 Cut-off piles
5 Waling
6 Ground anchorages
Class J: Piling Vorks
ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RCLES
MEASUREMENT RCLES COVER1GE RULES DEFINITION RULES
416 Item descriptions for
supply of H steel piles
and steel pipe piles shall
state the mass per meter,
cros<-sectional dimensions
and grade of steel, length
and concrete infill where
applicable.
Each group of items for H
steel piles and steel pipe piles
shall comprise:
a) one or more items for the
number of piles of stated
length
b) an item for the total depth
driven
The supply lengths of H steel
piles and steelpipe piles shall
be the total number of piles
of stated lengths expressly
required to be supplied.
117 Details of treatments,
coatings and cathodic
protection shall be stated
in item descriptions for H
steel piles and steel pipe
piles.
118 Materials for jointing
shall be stated in item
descriptions for H steel
piles and steel pipe piles.
119 Where depth driven
requms jack-m method
under H steel piles and
steel pipepiles, it shail
be so stated m Item
descnptlons.
i 2 0 The diameter shall be stated :
m item descriptions for I
micropiles.
121 Item descriptions for
supply of seaatless tubular
steel casing andpresswe /
grouting shall state the '
tensile properties of the
casing, ~vorhng load of
piles and the strength of
cementitious slurry.
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1111 The areas of driven D5 Interlocking steel comer, (
, junction, closure and taper
j piles shall be classified as
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311 Item for cut-offpiles ;hall be
deemed to include preparing
heads.
\22 The section reference or
mass per metre and section
modulus shall be stated
in item descriptions for
interlocking steel piles.
interlocking steelpiles shall
be calculated by multiplying
the horizontal lengths of the
pile walls formed (including
lengths occupied by special
piles, comer. junction, closure
and taper piles) by the average
depths measured from cut-off
levels to the toe-levels.
112 Items of specialpiles shall
comprise the supply only of
special piles.
special piles.
A23 Details of treatment,
coatings and cathodic
protection shall be stated in
item descriptions for supply
of piles.
~ 2 4 The composition and
working load shall be stated
in item descriptions for
ground anchorages.
FIRST DIVISION
3 Piles
1 Obstructions
5 Pile tests
Excavation through obstructions
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SECOND DIVISION I THIRD DIWSIOY
Static load tests
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i Timber piles
Dynamic pile testing
Sonic logging test
1 supply
2 Depth driven
3 Jolnting
, I Cut-off pile-
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MEASUREMENT RULES 1 DEFINITION RULES
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a13 Each youp of items for timber ) D6 The lengths of timberpiles
piles shall comprise: 1 shall be the total number
j of piles of stated lengths
a) an item for total number of ; expressly required to be
piles of stated lengths i supplied.
bj an item for the total depth 1
driven
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bllf Depth driven shall be
measured from the cut-off
levels to the toe levels.
5 Excavation through
obstructions shall be measured
only for breaking out
obstruction or artificial hard
material encountered above the
founding stratum.
COVERAGE RULES
Z l ? :tern for cut-offpiles shall be
deemed to include preparing
heads.
ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RULES
125 Item descriptions for
supply of timberpiles shall
state the cross-sectional
dimensions and length
126 Method of jointing shall be
stated in item descriptions
for jointing.
427 Item descriptions for
excavation through
obstruction shall state the
cross-sectional dimension
or diameters of the
excavation.
123 ir:m descriptions for pile
test shall state the test
loads. Where the load is
applied to raking piles iten
descriptions shall so state.
429 Pile tested to failure
shall be stated in item
descriptions for load tests.
GO Item descriptions for pile
test shall identify those
which are topre[irninary
piles.
1 CLASS K: BRICKWORK, BLOCKWORK ASD XXSONRY
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I Measurament covered ,under other classes:
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i Brickwork in drainage works (included in Class H)
1 Bnchor k in manholes and other brickwork incidental :o pipework included in Class I)
FIRST DIVISION SECOSD DIVISION 1 THIRD DIVISION UNIT
1 Bnck~~or k
2 Blockwork
3 Rilbble masonry
4 Prefabricated panel
1 krt i cal mai yh~ walls
3- Vertical curved walls
3 Battered straight walls
' 4 Battered cur\ ed walls
I 5 tirtical facing to concrete
6 Battered facmg to concrete
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Casing to metal sectlons
8 Columns and piers I
MEASUREMENT RULES
M I Each skin of brickwork,
blockwork or masonry which
is in cavity or composite
construction shall be
measured.
>I2 Areas measured for brickwork
blockwork and masonry shall
include the areas of joint and
exclude those of copings and
sills. No deduction from or
addition to areas measured
shall be made for intruding or
projecting surface features.
NO deduction from the areas
measured shall be made for
holes and openings in walls of
surfaces each not exceeding
0.25 mZcross sectional area.
M3 Mean dimensions shall be use'
to calculate the areas of wall,
facing to concrete and casing
to metal sections and the
heights of columns and piers.
DEFINITION RULES
Dl Walls or facing battered on one
or both sides shall be classed
as battered wails or battered
facing.
12 Isolated walls having a length
on plan not exceeding four
times their thickness shall be
classed as piers.
13 In determining the thickness of I
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walls, facing and casing the
presence of surface Ceatures
shall be ignored.
14 The thickness of battered walls
shall be their mean thickness.
COVEMGE RULES
DESCRIPTION RULES
brickwork, blockwork,
rubble masony,
prefabricatedpanels shall
1 s:i;e the type and thickness
I of material used.
I
3 Item for mason y shall be 1 Item descriptions for walls,
deemed to include fair facing.
32 Item for brickwork and
blockwork walls shall be
deemed to include joint
reinforcement, movement
joints, fixing ties, bonds to
misting work and fixing
cramps.
facing to concrete, casing
fo metal sections, colzunns
andpiers shall either state ,
the matenals, nominal
dlmenslons and types of
1
bnck, block and stone or 1
give equimlent references
to the applicable Malaysian
or Bntish Standard
specifications
Item descnptlons for
mason y walls, facing to
concrete, casing to metal
sections, columns and
piers shall state the surface
finish.
The bondmg pattern,
type of mortar and type ,
ofjolnt~ng and pomhng
shall be stated in item
descnptlons for walls, I
facing to concrete, casing I
to metal secfions, columns
and piers.
Item descriptions for
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walls, facing to concrete,
casing to metal sections,
columns andpiers which
are in cavity or composite
construction shall be so
stated.
Item descriptions for
prefabricatedpanels shall
state the size and number of
panels.
Class K: Ycrlchvori, Bloc!work and .Clnsonv
FIRST DIVISIOX
Miscellaneous works
SECOND DIVISION THIRD DIVISION 1 USIT
1 Copings and sills 1 Surface fearures
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, m
2. Rebates and chases 1 m
3 Cornices
4 Band courses
5 Corbels
5 Pilasters,
Plinths
3 Fair facing
Damp proof courses
Infiils of stated thickness
Built-in pipes and ducts,
cross-sectional area: not exceeding 0.05 m'
stated exceeding 0.05 in2
Class X: Brichvork, Blockwor,k and .Masonry
SIE,XWRESIENT RULES
1 4 The !enghs ofsurface
featrues measur:d shall be
the mean !enghs Tne areas
measured for fair facing shall
be those zxpressly required an(
shall be measured at the face.
5 The length or' additional
material in laps of
reinforcement and dampprooj
course shall not be measured.
DEFINITION RLLES j COVERAGE RL-LES
D j Columns and piers attached j
to walls or fa& of the same
material shall be classed as
pilasters.
C3 Item for built-inpipes and
ducts shall be deemed to
include their supply unless
othenvise stated.
~pecial masonry and special
or cut bricks and blocks.
The spacing of intermittent
surface features shall be
stated in item descriptions.
ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RULES
A7 Item descriptions for
sugace features shall
include sufficient detail
to identify the materials,
.A8 The cross-sectional
dimensions of suvface
features shall be stated in
item descriptions where the
cross-sectional area of the
surface feature exceeds
0.05 m2.
.U The materials and
dimensions of damp proof
courses a d infills shall be
stated in item descnptions.
A10 The lengths of built-in
pipes and ducts shall be
stated in item descriptions
where they exceed 1.00 m.
Class L: Timbenvorks
LASS L: TLMBERWORKS
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easurement covered under other classes:
mwork to concrete (included in Class F)
mber piles (included in Class J)
mber sleepers (included in Class 0)
mber fencing (included in Class R)
FIRST DIVISION
Timber components
Decking and boarding
SECOND DIVISION THIRD DIVISION
LI I T
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! Grade B
1 Grade C
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1 1 GradeA I I Length: not exceeding 6 m . m
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exceeding 6 m I m
Grade A
Grade B
Grade C
MEASLXEIVIENT RULES
111 The length of timber
components measured shall be
their overall lengths with no
allowance for scarfed or other
joints.
\I2 Xo deduction from rhe areas
measured for timber decking
shall be made for openin, 0s mc
holes each not exceeding
0.50 m2.
DEFL\ITION RULES
Dl The size stated shall be the
finished size.
D2 The thickness stated shall be
the nominal thickness.
3 Item for timber shall be
deemed to include fixing
fastening, boring, cutting and
jointiny.
Item for decking and boardin<
shall include floors, walls and
other similar items.
ADDITIO?iAL 1
DESCRLPTION RULES
i 1 Item descnptlons for timber
shall ldent~fy the species ,
unpregnation requirement
or speclal surface kinlshes
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12 The structural use and sizes
of timber components
shall be stated in the item
'
descnptions.
~3 The use and thickness
of timber decking and
boarding shall be stated :he
item descriptisns.
CLASS N. METALWORKS
Measrnement covered under other classes:
Metalwork in concrete (included in Class F)
Metalwork in pipework (included in Class I)
Metalwork in piling works (included in Class J)
Metalwork in fences (included in Class R)
Traffic signs (included in Class G and Q)
Permanent and temporary rail tracks and accessories (included in Class 0)
Gantries (include in Class G)
' FIRSTDIVISION s~cor;ir, DMSION
1 Supply and erection of structural 1 Rolled sections
members for bridges 2 Plates
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3 Built-up box or hollow sections
1 Deck panels
! Supply and erection of other 1 Columns
shctural members 2 Beams
3 Portal names
1 Trestles, towers and built-in columns
5 Trusses and built-in girders
6 Bracings, purlins and cladding rails
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7 GrilIages
8 Anchorages and holding down bolt
TFllRD DMSION
1 Straight on plan
! Curved on plan
3 Straight up plan and cambered
t Curved on plan and cambered
Straight on plan
Curved on plan
Straight up plan and cambered
Curved on plan and cambered
UNIT
MEASUREMENT RULES
M Painting carried out at the site
for mZrc&eous meialwork
shall be classed as painting
(Class N).
vL2 No deductions from the area
measured for miscellaneous
metalwork shall be made for
openings and holes each not
exceeding 0.50 mz.
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The mass of members, other
thanplata shall be calculated
&om werall lengths of the
members with no deductions
for splay cut or mitred ends.
The mass of member measure(
shall be that of plates, rolled
sections, bracings, external
diaphragms, shear connectors,
stiffeners, cleats, packs, splice
plates and other fitting.
No allowance shall be made
in the measurement for rolling
margins and other permissible
deviations. The mass of welds,
fillets, bolts, washers, rivets
and protective coating shall no
be measured.
No deductions shall be made
for the mass of metal removed
to form notch and holes each
not exceeding 0.10 mz in area
measured on plan.
The mass of steel to
BS 4360 shall be taken for
measurement as 785 kgh?
per 100 mm thickness
(7.85 L/m3) unless otherwise
stated in the specification or
in the supplier's catalogue.
The masses of other metals
shall be taken as stated in the
specification or supplier's
catalogue.
Anchorages and holding
down bolt assemblies shall be
measured by the number of
complete assemblies.
DEFINITION RULES COVERAGE RULES
:1 Item for misceUuneous
metahvork shall be deemed to
include fixing to other work,
supply of fixing components
and drilling or cutting of other
work.
Item for supply and erection
of structural members or
bridges and other structural
members shall be deemed to
inclllde delivery, protective
and/or decorative surface
treatment, fabrication,
handling and hoisting.
Item for supply and erection
oxall structural members shal
be deemed to include welded
or bolted connections.
Item for andorages and
holding down bolts assemblie~
shall be deemed to include
grouting.
ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RULES
Al ' Item descriptions shall
state the specification
and thickness of metal,
surface treatments aml
principal dimensions of
miscellaneous metalwork
assemblies.
42 Item descriptions shall
state surface treatment and
painting carried out prior to
delivery of components to
site where required.
item descriptions for suppi
and erection of structural
members.
Item descriptions for suppi
and erection structural
members shall separately
identify and locate separatt
bridges and structunl
frames and, where
appropriate, the p m of thc
bridges or the frames.
Item descriptions for supp!
and erection structural
members shall identify
tapered or castellated
members.
Item descriptions for supp!
and erection structural
members other than for
portal frames shall identify
cranked members.
Details of the strucnrnl
members comprising boom
and infill construction
shall be stated in item
descriptions for trestles,
towers and built-in
columns, trusses and buill-
up girders.
Where fixing clips a d
resilient pads are uszd :o
secure overhead crane xiis,
item descriptions.
Item descriptions for
anchorages shall state
particulars of the t p e of
anchorages.
Item descriptions for
holding dmvn bolt
assemblies shall state
particulars of the type,
diameter and length of
bolts.
The materials and grades
their used shall be stated in
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FIRST DIVISION
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Miscellaneous metalworks
Miscellaneous metalwork
SECOND DIVISION
Stairways and landings
w m s
Ladders
Handrails
Bridge parapets
Miscellaneous framing
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Plate flooring
Open gi d flooring
THIRD DMSION
1 Angle section
2 Channel section
3 I section
4 Tubular section
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Cladding
! Welded mesh panelling
; Duct covers
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5 Bridge bearing
j Other bearing
1 Tanks Uncovered
! Covered
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The lengths of ladders shall
be m e a d along the lengths
of stringers. The lengths of
handrails and bridge parapets
shall be measured along their
top members.
MI0 The lengths of miscellaneous
framing shall be measured
along the external perimeter o
framing.
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DEFINITION RULES COVERAGE RULES
C5 Item for ladders and bridge
parapefs shall be deemed to
include the full assemblies.
Items for handraik shall be
deemed to include balustrade.
C16 Item forplate and open grid
flooring shall be deemed to
include supporting metalwork
unless otherwise stated.
37 Item for welded mesh
phnelling and duct covers
shall be deemed to include
supporting metalwork unless
otherwise stated.
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ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION R W S
41 1 Where ladders inch&
safety loops, rest platforn
or returned stringers they
shall be so stated in the
item descriptions.
I12 Item descriptions shall
state the size and section (
members.
.13 Item descriptions j l d
state type, material md
dimensions of bearing.
Item descriptions shall stat1
the size and capaciry of
tanks and specifi:xion of
material.
CLASS N: PAINTING WORKS
Measurement covered under other classes:
Painting carried out prior to delivery of components to site
Painting to gantries (include in Class G)
FIRST DMSION
Lead, iron or zinc primer paint
Etching primer paint
Oil pai d
Alkyd gloss paint
Emulsion paint
Cement paint
Epoxy or polyurethane paint
Bituminous or coal tar paint
SECOND DMSION
Metal other than pipeworks
Timber
Smooth concrete
Rough concrete'
Masonry
Exposed plastered brickwork
and blockwork
Pipeworks .
Surfaces of members: exceeding 300 mm girth
not exceeding 300 rnm , @h
LJN
MEASUREMENT RULES
MI No deduction kom the areas
measured shaH be made for
holes and openings in the
painted surfaces each not
exceeding 0.25 m2.
In calculating the painted
area of metaf, the presence of
connecting plates, brackets,
rivets, bolts, nuts and similar
projections and inner surfaces
of openings and outer edges
shall be ignored.
The area measured for paintin)
pz@eworlis shall be the length
muitiplied by the guth of
each length of pipe or lagged
pipe with no deductions or
additions for fianges, valves,
other projecting fittings and
hangers.
DEFIMTION RULES ' COVERAGE RULES
C1 Item for painting shall be
deemed to include preparation
of surfaces before painting
including all necessay
Temporary Staging.
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Item for painting of metal shall
be deemed to include painting
the surfaces of connecting
plates, brackets, rivets, bolts,
nuts and similar projections. 1
Item for painting ofpipeworks
shall be deemed to include
painting the surfaces of
flanges, valves, other
projecting fittings and hangers.
Item for painting of timber
shall be deemed to include
painting the surfaces of
recesses, projections and
fittings.
ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RULES
A1 Item descriptions for
painting shall state the
material used and the
number of coats.
.42 Preparation of surfaces
shall be identified in item
descriptions where more
than one type of preparatic
is specified for the same
surface.
deasurement covered under other classes:
iarthworks (included in Class E)
FIRST DMSION
Track foundation
Supplying
SECOND DNISION THIRD DMSION
1 Bottom callast
2 Top ballast
3 Blinding
1 Blankets
5 Waterproof membranes
I Flat bortorn rails
! Dock and crane rails
! Check and guard rails
t Conductor rails
5 Twist rails
5 Sleepers
1 Fittings
Turnouts
: Diamond crossing
Sundries
UNIT
Timber
Concrete
Chairs
Baseplates
Rail fastenings
Plain fishplates
Insulated fishplates
Conductor rail insulators
Conductors rail side ramps
Buffer stops
Wheel stops
Lubricators
Switch levers
Conductor rail guard boards
M1 The volume of top ballast
measured shall include the
volume occupied by sleepers.
M2 The areas for waterproof
membranes sJdl be ineasured
nett with no allowance made
for laps.
M3 The mass measwed for
supplying raih shall include
the mass of twist rails.
M4 Fishplatts shall be measured
by number of pairs.
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Conductor rail guard boards
shall be measured each side of
the rail.
DEPINITION RULES
C1 Item for trackfound&'on
-shall be deemed to include
supplying and laying of
materiaIs.
C2 Item for supplying shall be
deemed to include delivery of
components to the Site.
C3 It,em for supplying sleepers
$all be deemed to include
fittings attached by the
supplier.
C4 Item for supplyingli#ings
shall be deemed to include
fixing, keys, clips, bolts,
nuts, screws, spikes, f d e s ,
track circuit insulators, pads,
conductor rail insulator and
packings.
Item for supplying shall be
deemed to include delivery of
components to the Site.
Item for supplying turnouts
and diamond crossing shall
be deemed to include timbers,
fitting and check rails.
A1 Item descriptions for &aek
foundations shall state the
material.
A2 Item descriptions for
blinding, blanRets and
waterproof membranes
shall state their thickness.
A3 Item descriptions for
supplying rails shall state
either the section reference
and the mass per metre
or the cross-sectional
dimensions and the mass
per meter.
44 Item descriptions for
supplying sleepers and
fittings shall state the type.
U Item descriptions for
supplying sleepers shall
state the size of the sleepers
and ident@ the fittings
which are attached by the
supplier.
Item descriptions for
supplying turnouts and
diamond crossing shall
state the type.
Item descriptions for
supplying sundries shall
state the type.
Item descriptions for
supplying buffer stop shall
state their approximate
weight.
CkuJ 0: Rail Tracks
FIRST DMSION
Dismantling
SECOND DMSION
1 Flat bottom rails
2 Dockrails
3 Crane rails
I Check rails
j Guard rails
5 Conductor rails
Flat bottom rails
Dock and crane rails
Check and guard rails
Conductor rails
THIRD DMSION
Plain track
Form m e in plain track radius not exceeding 300 m
Form curve in plain track radius exceeding 300 m
'Amouts
Diamond crossings
Welded joints
Spot re-sleepering
I Rail
! Length ends
i Side ramps
I Welded joints
Buffer stops
Wheel stops
Lubricators
Switch levers
Conductor rail guard boards
Plain track
Turnouts
Diamond crossings
L
1 BuiTer stops
2 Wheel stops
3 Lubricators
I Switch levers
UNIT
m
m
m
N
N
N
N
ADDmONAL
DESCRIPTION RULES
A9 Item descriptions for faying
rail track which is not to be
supplied by the Contractor
shall state the form in
which it is to be supplied
and the location.
MEASUREMENT RULES 1 DEFINITION RULES / COVERAGERULES
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The length of layingplain Dl Spot re-sleepering shall be C7 Item for laying shall be
track shall be measured along replacing sleepers in pre- deemed to include work
the centre line of the track fabricated track not supplied
(two rail1 and shall include the by the Contractor.
carried out afier delivery
of components to the Site
or where track is not to be
supplied by the Contractor,
to the location stated in
accordance with rule 129.
lengths occupied by turnouts
and diamond crossings.
The length of laying check,
guard and conductor rails
shall be measured along the
lengths of the rail (one rail).
A10 Item descriptions for hying
plain track shall state the
prefabricated lengths. Item for laying shall be
deemed to include laying
sleepers,fim'ng, twfw rails,
check and guard rails and
short lengths between turnouts
and diamond crossings.
Al l Item descriptions for laying
rails shall state the type
and mass per meter of rail
and the type of joint and
sleeper.
A12 Item descriptions for laying
turnoufs and diamond
crossings shall state their
type and length.
1113 Item descriptions for
weldedjoints shall jtate the
rail section and the rl;pe of
weld.
114 Item descriptions for laying
buffer stops shall ,me their
approximate weighr
/IS Conductor rail guard boards
shall be measured each side of
the rail.
:9 Item for laying switches and
crossings shall be deemed to
include laying check rails.
19 The length of dismantling
plain back shall be measured
along the centre line of the
track (two rail) taken over all
roads and shall exclude lengths
Dismantling shall include
taking up, lifting, packing and
slewing.
i 15 Item descriptions fcr
dismantling of track shall
state the approxima::
weight of taking up, details
of disposal of the rnck and
the type of rail, sleeper and
joint.
116 Item descriptions for
dismantling buffer gaps
shall state their apprc.uimate
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occupied by turnouts and
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diamond crossings. Switch
levers shall be measured from
the toes of switches.
Item for dismantIing turnouts
and diamond crossings shall
be deemed to include check,
guard and conductor rails.
Item for dismantling trnck
shall be deemed to include
I
MI0 The lengths of dismantling
check and guardrails and '
conductor rails shall be
measured along the len,@s 1
of the rrul (one rail) and
shall exclude lengths wthm
turnouts and diamond
crossings.
opening out, packing md
boxing in with ballast and
insertion of closure rails.
weight and type of
construction.
.$I7 Where extra ballast :j
required, item desczpaons
for dismantling sh5l so
state. I
Class P: Environmental Pmtection and Enhancement
I CLASS P: ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECnONAND ENBANCEMENT
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/~easurement covered under other classes:
Slopestabilisation and ground treatment (included in Class C)
Biodegradable erosion control blanket (included in Class E)
FIRST DMSION SECOND DIVISION
Appointment of environmental
officer (EO)
. Preparation of Environmental
Management Plan (Em)
THIRD DMSION UNIT
man-mth
sum
1 MEASURLMENT RULES DEFINITION RULES
The Environmental
Management Plan (EMP)
is a document describing rhe
Contractor's proposal on the
structural organisation, work
programme chart related to
environmental abatement
and mitigating measures,
environmental monitoring
programme, environmental
auditing and reporting.
The Environmental
Mangement Plan (EMP)
shall be prepared according
to the General Guideline
for :he preparation s f the
Environmental Management
Plan published by the
Department of Environment
(DOE) andor JKR Arahan
Teknik (Jalan) 16/03.
ADDITIONAL
RULES 1 DESCRIPTION RULES
The preparation of
Environmental .VIanagement
Plan,flora survey report,
JIoral conversation plan,
fauna survey report,
environmental monitoring
report, environmental audit
report shall be deemed
to include the cost of any
survey required, literatures,
references, consultations
and the production of the
document. It shall also include
the cost for the engagement of
the Environmental Specialists
required for carrying the
respective s we y and the
preparation of the said s we y
report.
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Claar P: Envfmnmental Protectfon and Enhancement
Pollution control measures
FIRST DMSION SECOND DMSION
Water quality control
.k quality control
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3 Xoise control
4 Vibration control
THIRD DMSION UNIT
: Gabion wall m3
1 Sediment basin nr
Silt trap nr
Skid tank bund b u m
Scheduled waste sum
Tyre mashng facilities nr
Water bowser truck nr
1 Noise barrier m2
MEASLXEMENT RULES DEFLVITION RULES COVERGE RULES
C2 Item for silt fence shall
be deemed to include the
provision of plant, equipment,
material and labour for site
clearing and base preparation,
supply and driving of poles,
inspection for defects after
every rain, replacement
of defectke materials and
components and the removal
of accumuiated sediments and
silt to approved sites and shall
be removed upon completion
of the work unless otherwise
stated.
- C3 Item for gabion wall, silt
trap and sediment basin
shall be deemed to include
excavation works, supply of
material, machinery and labour
for the installation of :he
components, inspection, repair
and replacement of defective
material and components,
the removal of accumulated
silt and sediment to approved
locations and shall be remo~ed
upon completion of the work
unless otherwise stated.
C? Item for skid tank bund shall
be deemed to include traps, oil
and grease separators and shall
be removed upon completion.
C5 item for scheduled waste
shall be deemed to include
storage, labelling and
transportation from site by a
licensed contractor as per the
Department of Environment
(DOE) regulations.
i C6 Item for tyre washing facilities
shall be deemed to ~nclude cost
of construction, maintenance
I and removal upon completion
of the work unless otherwise
stated.
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Measurement for item of noise
barrier shall be the exposed
plain surface area on the traffic
side of the barrier.
C7 Item for water bowser truck
shall include the supply and
maintenence of the vehicle,
driver and water supply
provisions.
C8 Item for noise barrier shall
be deemed to include supply,
fabrication, installation, bolts,
nuts, posts and other ancillary
works and maintenance.
ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RULES
i1 Item descriptions for
gabion wall shall state
material type and wire
gauge size.
~t Item descriptions for
sediment basin and silt trap
shall indicate the size.
,3 Item descriptions for skid
tank bund shall state the
material and principal
dimensions.
A4 Item descriptions for
tyre washing facilities
shall state the type and
equipment required.
A5 Item descriptions for noise
barrier shall state the
height, type and material.
Cl a uP Em'mnmental Protection and Enhancement
mRST DMSION
SECOND DMSION r
j 1 Preservation of flora
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1 Floral survey report
2 Floral conservation plan
3 Relocation of trees
2 Preservation of fauna 1 Fauna survey report
2 Relocation of fauna
j Conservation of kcheol ogi ca~ent age 1 Report
2 Protection
j Environmental monitoring programme
1 Air quality sampling I 1 Total Suspended Particulates (TSP)
2 Wind velocity and direction
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2 Water quality samphng and m-situ
1 PH
testmg 2 Total Suspended Sohd (TSS)
3 Water qual~ty sampling and laboraton: 3 Blochemcal Oxygen Demand @%OD)
testmg 4 Chermcal Oxygen Demand I COD I
Dissolved Ovygen (DO)
6 Eschencha Coll ie Coli)
7 immoma oxygen
011 and grease
m
sum
Sum
N
sum
N
sum
sum
4 Yoke level measurement
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1 . h b ~ e n t noire l e d measuremat
p:
2 Spot nase l ee1 measuremznt
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5 Envuonrnental momrorng report I s u m
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5 Environmental audit
/ 1 Environmental audit report
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Chss P: Environrnenral Protection 2nd Enhonczment
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ADDITIONAL 1
DESCRIPTION RULES ,
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A6 Item descriptions for I
DEFINITION RULES COVER4GE RULES
D3 Flora survey report is a
document identifying the
flora species and their
distribution, in particular
those of rare, endangered
and endemic flora species
C9 The item for relocation of
trees shall be deemed to
include the cost of relocation
to the temporary and the
final place specified. It shall
also Include excavation,
transportation, protection,
watering, fertilizing required
and nurturing untd the
trees are established at the
temporary and the final place
of relocation.
thejlora survey report 1
andflora conservation
report shall indicate che
number of documents to
that require preservation and
conservation, which may
include possible relocation to
other designated places.
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A7 Item descriptions for
relocation of frees shall 1
state the tree species and
the temporary and final i.
place of relocation. I
D4 Fauna survey is to identie / C10 The item for relocation
the fauna species and their of fauna shall be deemed
distnbution. in articular to include the cost of
AS Item descriptions for '
the fauna survey report I
shall indicate the number
of docurnenrs to be
produced.
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those of rare, eidangered
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temporary relocation to the
and endemic fauna species rehabilitation centre and h a 1 ;
that requue protection and relocation to places specified ,
rehabilitation, whlch may It shall also ~nclude trappmg,
lnclude poss~ble relocation :o transportation and protection. relocation of fauna shall
other designated places. treatment required for the state the fauna specles
well bemg of the fauna at and place of temporary
the rehabilitation centre and and final relocatioru
before the~r release at the rehabilitation
final place of relocationi I
rehabihtation
t
A9 Item descriptions for
D5 Environmental monitoring
is the assessment of the
effectiveness of the pollution
control measures and to
A10 Item descnptlons for air
quality sampling shall
state the type of samplmg
required and the sampling
identify a threshold value
as a trigger mechanism for
corrective and orevennve
action in cases when the
environmental standards are
breached.
Al l Item descriptions for
water quality sampling
shall state the water
parameters required, :he
type of testing and the
sampling location.
A12 Item descriptions for
noise level measure
shall state the type of
measurement required
and the location.
A13 Item descriptions
for environmental
monitoring report s h d
indicate the number
of documents to be
produced
A14 Item descriptions for
environmental audit
report shall indicated the
number of documents to
be produced.
16 The environmental audit
is the adequacy and
compliance evaluation of the
environmental management
programme.
U@s Q: %@c ~ mg e r n e n t and ~ontrbl
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CLASS Q: TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL
Measurement covered under other classes:
Earthworks (included in Class E)
Roadworks (included in Class G)
FIRST DMSI ON SECOND DMSION
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THIRD DMSION
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Appointment of road safety team 1 Road safety manager
2 Road safety officer
3 Supervisor
4 Traffic controller
man-mth
man-mth
man-mth
man-mth
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Traffic impact study 1 sum
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Maintenance of existing road
Maintenance of temporary road diversion
1 Routine maintenance
1. Periodic maintenance
sum
sum
Temporary traffic signs 1 Non-illuminated retro-reflective shezting
2 Electronic
Advance warning sign
! Detour sign
Sharp deviation sign
Obstruction marker
1 Apologetic sign
s u m
MEASUREMENT RULES j DEFINITION RULES
vll Temporary road diversion
and associated works shall
be measured separately
under their respective
Classes.
Dl Traffic hpac t Study is as
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assessment on the impact of a
road construction poposal to the
existing traffic.
D2 Maintenance of existing road
shall be as defined in the Standard
Specification for Roadwork as
published by JKR.
D3 Routine maintenance is the road
maintenance works which include
pothole patching, drain cleaning,
grass cutting, road sweeping and
other ancillary works.
D4 ' Periodic maintenance refers to
the resurfacing works required
to be done during the contract
period
COVERAGE RULES
Item for temporary traffic signs,
barriers and barricades and
delineators shall be deemed to
include the supply, instalIation
and maintenance.
The supply of temporary traffic
signs, barriers and barricades
and delineators shall be deemed
to include base preparation, cost
of material, fabrication, fixing
including posts, struts, bolts
and nuts and base, storage and
transportation.
Installation of temporary traffic
signs, barriers and barricades
and delineators shall be deemed
to include cost for multiple
shifting within the work area.
Maintenance of temporary
trafJic signs, barriers and
barricades and delineators
shall be deemed to include
cost for inspection, immediate
repair and replacement of any
damaged, missing or stolen items
throughout the duration of the
contract and removal of the said
items at the end of the contract
ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RULES
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A1 Item description for
temporary traffic signs
shall state the substrate, the
reflective sheeting, material
. grade and whether fixed or
portable.
Class Q: Management and Control
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FIRST DMSION
Barrier and barricades Heavy duty water-filled PVC barrier
Concrete barrier
Wooden barricade
Vehicle mounted impact attenuator
SECOND DIVISION UNIT THIRD DMSION
i Sand bags m3
Delineators Cones
String delinearors
Barrier delineators
Flashing arrows
Beacon lights
DEFINITION RULES
Barriers and barricades ar:
impenetrable devices meant :o
protect traffic from hazardous
work area.
16 Delineators are devices used
to guide and channel traffic
through the work area.
COVERAGE RULES
C!ass Q: Traffic Management and Coni
ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RULES
U Item descriptionsfor
barriers and barricades
shall state the type,
material, dimension and
- whether portable or mobile
J Item descriptions for
delineators shall state
the type, material and
dimension.
Class R: Miicellaneous Works
CLASS R: hfISCELLANEOUS WORKS
Measurement covered under other classes:
Painting Works (included in Class N)
Silt fence (included in Class P)
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FIRST DMSION
Fences
Gates
3 Drainage to structures above ground
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SECOND DMSION
Timber
Metal
Chain link
Barb wire
Composite material
THIRD DIVISION UNIT
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Mild steel 1 Gutters m
Cast uon 2 Fimnqs a gutters N
Plastlcs i 3 Downp~pes m
b Asbestos cement 4 F~ttings to downpipes N
Galvarused Iron
I UPVC
Stamless steel
Class R: LCliscellaneous %r!s
MEASLXEMENT RCLES
(11 Lengths offences shall
exclude lengths xcupied by
gates.
vI2 Length of gutters and
downpipes shall include
lengths occupied by fittings
with no allowance for laps.
DEFnITIO.U RULES COVERAGE RULES
C1 All items shall be deemed
to include excavation,
preparation of surfaces,
disposal of excavated material.
upholding sides of excavation,
backfilling, concrete,
formwork and reinforcement.
C2 Item for fences shall be
deemed to include all posts and
their foundation.
C3 Item for gates shall be
,
deemed to include posts and
foundations, hinges, bolts,
rollers, lockplates and all
necessary welding.
D l Fittings to gutters shall include
bends, angles, Stop ends and
outlets. Fittings to downpipes
shall include bends, swan
necks, shoes and roof outlets
fixed directly to downpipes.
3 Item for drainage to structures
above ground shall be deemed
to include supports, straps and
encasement into wall or floors.
ADDITIONAL
DESCRIPTION RCLES
il Types and principal
dimensions offences snd
gates and posts and of ;heir
foundations shall be stated
in item descriptions.
12 Types of metal and class of
timber used shall be sratzd.
i3 Size, gauge and protection
coating of wire mish for
chain link shall be so
stated.
44 Number of leaves for gates
consisting of more than one
leaves shall be stated.
5 Mode of opening and
method of operation for
gates shall be stated in item
descriptions.
46 Item descriptions for
drainage to structures
aboveground shall state the
type, principal dimensions
and materials of the
components.
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