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Table of Contents
SCOPE...................................................................................................................................... 3 1.0 2.0 GENERAL ................................................................................................................................. 3 3.0 DESIGN CRITERIA ................................................................................................................... 5 4.0 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN REQUIREMENTS ........................................................................ 6 5.0 CONSTRUCTION CHARACTERISTICS................................................................................. 19 6.0 BUILDING DESCRIPTION ...................................................................................................... 23 APPENDIX A -LIST OF SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................... 44 APPENDIX B STAFFING AT RUWAIS REFINERY EXPANSION ..................................................... 45 APPENDIX C ROOM SIZES PER DESIGNATION ........................................................................... 52 APPENDIX D KEY FACILITY AND PARKING AREAS...................................................................... 53 APPENDIX E LIST OF CONCEPTUAL DOCUMENTS .................................................................... 55

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DGS Discipline Committee Member, ADRD DGS Discipline Committee Member, RRD DGS Discipline Committee Member Leader, E&PD Engineering & Technical Services Manager, E&PD Engineering & Projects Division Manager, E&PD ----------------------------------------------------------Adham Barakat (AB) Quazi Abdul Matin (QAM) Mohamed Al Yabhouni (MAY)

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SCOPE This Design Basis describes the work to be performed for the design and preparation of the architectural contract documents to be used for the complete procurement and construction of buildings in this scope of work for Ruwais Refinery Expansion Project. The CONTRACTOR shall develop a complete set of contract documents which shall include, but not be limited to all necessary specifications required to construct and/or extend and/or refurbish the buildings listed in the COMPANY document 5578-TEC-CU001(25418-1000-A0X-A000-C0001), titled The Buildings List. Design shall be based on this document, and specialty specifications as listed herein in Appendix -A.

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WORK INCLUDED The scope of work covers the buildings indicated on the architectural conceptual drawings, listed in Appendix -E including the following: 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.1.6 1.1.7 1.1.8 Interior furnishings and furniture, including signage (External & Internal) Laboratory fixtures/ cabinets, equipment and tools. Work Shop equipment, storage shelving and tool cabinets. Equipment and tools for light vehicle service station. Exterior and interior lighting. External pavements, yard and parking areas (including Landscaping as required). Fire and Gas detection system/ Fire and Safety equipments. Demolition as required.

2.0 2.1 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.2

GENERAL BUILDING DESIGN GOALS The buildings shall be designed and constructed to house the staff and equipment safely, economically and functionally. The design solution for the buildings shall be a functional, economical, straight forward expression of form and use of materials. DEFINITIONS Within this design basis, the following definitions shall apply: COMPANY CONTRACTOR ABU DHABI OIL REFINING COMPANY (TAKREER) The Organisation to which TAKREER awards the Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) phase. An Organization providing specific services to the CONTRACTOR. The organization which manufactures the material or product in question.

SUBCONTRACTOR MANUFACTURER

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SUPPLIER

The organisation or supplier of goods, equipment and support services for a particular type of goods, equipment or package to the CONTRACTOR or SUBCONTRACTOR. The COMPANY authorized party responsible for the overall day-today execution of the Project. The PMC is to serve as the liaison between the COMPANY and the CONTRACTOR(S) on the project. The Engineering Division of the CONTRACTOR or the Consultant which performs the design of the element in question. Detailed Engineering Drawings provided by the CONTRACTOR. A deviation requested by the CONTRACTOR, usually after receiving the contract package or purchase order. Often, it refers to an authorization to use, repair, recondition, reclaim, or release materials components or equipment already in progress or completely manufactured but which does not meet or comply with COMPANY requirements. A CONCESSION REQUEST is subject to COMPANY approval. Indicates a mandatory requirement. Indicates a strongly recommended requirement. The word Building shall be understood to include all buildings, shelters and enclosures as required by the Project. DOCUMENTS ( Drawings/ Documents) provided in the FEED package

PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT(PMC) DESIGNER

DRAWINGS CONCESSION REQUEST

SHALL SHOULD BUILDING

CONCEPTUAL DOCUMENTS 2.3

QUALITY ASSURANCE AND QUALITY CONTROL The CONTRACTOR shall have in effect at all times, a Quality Assurance and Quality Control system that establishes the authority and responsibility of those responsible for the quality system. Persons performing quality functions shall have sufficient and well defined authority to enforce quality requirements, initiate, identify, recommend and provide solutions to quality problems and verify the effectiveness of the corrective action. CONTRACTORS proposed quality system shall fully satisfy all the elements of ISO 9001 2000, Quality Management Systems Requirements and ISO 9004 2000, Quality Management Systems Guidelines for Performance Improvements, with due regard to ISO 19011. The quality system shall provide for the planned and systematic control of all quality-related activities performed during fabrication. Implementation of the system shall be in accordance with the Quality Manual and Project Specific Quality Plan, which shall both together with all related and referenced procedures, be submitted to the COMPANY for review, comment and approval.

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The COMPANY reserves the right to inspect materials and workmanship at all stages of fabrication and to witness any or all tests. The COMPANY, 30 days after award but prior to the pre-inspection meeting, shall provide the CONTRACTOR with a copy of its Fabrication and Inspection Plan for review and inclusion of any mandatory COMPANY witness points. 3.0 DESIGN CRITERIA By reference, the latest editions of the following standards, codes, guides and specifications, in effect and available at the time of the award of the project, shall be considered as part of the design criteria. In cases of conflict between these documents, the more stringent shall take precedence. No provisions are required to make any building or portion thereof accessible to handicapped personnel, unless specified in drawings or under building descriptions. Alternate standards and codes meeting the requirements of the referenced standards and codes may be used with the approval of COMPANY. 3.1 BUILDING CODES AND REGULATORY AUTHORITY REQUIREMENTS For all relevant codes and standards, refer the specifications in Appendix A. Additionally the following Codes and other applicable Standards of Local Regulatory Authorities having jurisdiction shall apply. NFPA 1H IAPM0 UMC ICC IPC 3.2 Uniform Fire Code Uniform Mechanical Code International Plumbing Code

INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS Following standards have been referenced in various sections of this document. ISO 8000-8 ISO 717-1 ISO 9004-2000 ISO 9001-2000 ISO 9004-2000 ISO 19011 Acoustics Rating of Sound insulation in Buildings and of building elements Rating of sound insulation in buildings and of building elements Quality Management Systems- Requirements Quality Management Systems Guidelines for Performance Improvements Quality Management Systems Guidelines for Quality and Environmental System Auditing

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ENGINEERING STANDARDS The final design for the buildings shall comply with the design engineering codes, specifications and standards described in this Design Basis and the Design Basis of other engineering disciplines, listed herein in Appendix A.

3.4 3.4.1

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS The design of the buildings shall give consideration to and incorporate environmental factors into the design solutions to the fullest practical extent, including climatic conditions, acceptable noise levels and energy conservation.
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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS 3.4.2 Climate

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The environment of the site features a climatic cycle of fluctuating temperature and winds, combined with humidity, persistent dust and heavy, frequent salty dews. The overall conditions consist of extreme climatic condition for people, equipment and material. Particular consideration shall be given to the corrosive salty atmosphere, high ambient temperatures, humidity and solar radiation when selecting materials and equipment. 3.5 BUILDING CODE ANALYSIS The DESIGNER shall be required to provide a complete written building code analysis for each structure to ensure that all the requirements of the Codes and standards including local regulatory authority requirements have been reviewed and the project is in compliance with the most stringent code. The CONTRACTOR shall review all the building code analyses to verify that there are NO errors or omissions from the codes & local regulatory requirements and that all DRAWINGS reflect these code requirements 3.6 MECHANICAL CODE ANALYSIS The DESIGNER shall be required to verify in writing that the number of plumbing fixtures, toilets, urinals, sinks, drinking fountains, etc. in the final building design is in compliance with the requirements of the Codes and standards including local regulatory authority requirements. The CONTRACTOR shall review all the DESIGNERS written documentation to verify that appropriate number of plumbing fixtures have been provided on the DRAWINGS per the most stringent code requirements. 3.7 EQUIPMENT SPACE REQUIREMENTS The DESIGNER shall be responsible to verify all final equipment sizes for mechanical, electrical, etc. and spaces required by the manufacturer and building codes for their service and replacement and shall design all spaces and rooms to accommodate these requirements. The CONTRACTOR shall review all manufacturers drawings, building codes, and regulatory authority requirements to verify that the DRAWINGS of the DESIGNER are in compliance. 4.0 4.1 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN REQUIREMENTS GENERAL The final design of the buildings shall use the highest standards of professional architectural design to create aesthetically pleasing and functional facility for the personnel and plant requirements of Ruwais Refinery Expansion (RRE). 4.2 PLANNING AND DESIGN The building designs shall provide: o o o Adequate and appropriate allocation of required facility space for use. Appropriate considerations for passive energy conservation and personnel comfort from the aggressive climate and environment. Adequate clearances for equipment access and future removal or replacement per manufacturers written instructions and related codes.

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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS 4.3 SITE PLANNING

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Site planning of buildings shall take into account aspects like inter-relationship of the building with the whole system, movement pattern, traffic and road net-work, safety regulations, service network, fire safety, climatic and environmental aspects, site conditions like site dimension, contour, drainage, noise level, view, future expansion, visual aspects etc. Buildings with interaction with plant units shall be called Amenities Zone. The buildings servicing the plant units shall be called Services Zone. Buildings in each Cluster shall be close to each other for ease of access. Following buildings shall be in the Amenities Zone: o o o o Guard House Administration Building Canteen Building Archive Building Refinery Gate House Technical/ Maintenance Building General Services Building Main Workshop Building Warehouse Complex Vehicle Workshop Telecom Building Fire and Safety Building Laboratory Building Central Control Building Substations SISs (Satellite Instrument Shelters) Operator Shelters ( combined with SIS and or stand alone) Satellite Workshops Oil and Chemical Shelters

Following buildings shall be in the Service Zone, cluster -A o o o o o o

Following buildings shall be in the Service Zone, cluster -B o o o o

Following buildings shall be in the Plant area o o o o o

Main and service/maintenance entrances of buildings shall be provided with vehicular access. All exit points in building also shall be provided with footpath and vehicular access. Road network and open space around the buildings shall be designed considering movement and functioning of fire tenders.

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Sufficient open space shall be provided for planned expansion of the buildings. Adequate space shall be provided around the buildings for lighting and ventilation and possible use of evacuation zones in emergency. Site plan shall also take into account the landscaping aspects for aesthetics and appropriate use of open space. Sufficient Open space shall be provided for planned expansion of buildings. 4.4 SPACE REQUIREMENTS Space requirements for a building shall be decided based on activities to be performed in the building and consequent occupancy pattern, equipment layout etc. Spaces, which shall be provided in all the buildings/sheds, can be generally classified as follows: 4.4.1 Functional Spaces Functional areas of any building or shed are constituted by the main activity areas for which the building is to exist. Various spaces/rooms shall be judiciously sized and shall be integrated logically to generate the total building plan taking into account the Ergonomic considerations including the following: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. Activities, group of activities and consequent workflow pattern. Site conditions i.e. dimensions, contours etc. Climatic conditions vis--vis orientation. Safety regulations. Acoustics. Services and Utilities. Security. Economy. Aesthetics Any specific requirement pertaining to particular buildings. All other established Architectural design parameters.

The objective of spatial arrangement shall be to satisfy functional requirements and physical comfort and safety regulations as well as aesthetics which has significant role in creating a favorable working and living conditions. 4.4.2 Circulation Spaces Following spaces are classified as circulation spaces. These spaces shall be provided for integrating various types of spaces and as means of access/egress: a. b. c. d. e. f. Corridors and passages. Staircases Entrance lobby/Foyer including Reception & waiting. Walkways. Equipment loading/unloading platforms. Emergency Exits.
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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS 4.4.3 Amenity Spaces

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Following spaces are classified as amenity spaces. These spaces shall be provided, as required, depending upon requirements of gender, designation and number of building users/ occupants. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. 4.4.4 Toilet. Drinking Water Facility. Locker and Change Rooms Wash Rooms Pantry Prayer Room Ablution Areas

Utility Spaces Utility Spaces are the spaces, requirement of which are generated due to provision of services like Air-conditioning, pressurization, fire fighting, electrical, telephone etc. These spaces shall be provided as per specific building services. Following are the examples: a. b. c. d. e. f. HVAC Room. Electrical distribution panel rooms Fire Fighting Equipment room. Telecom/Telephone Exchange Equipment Room. UPS Room Battery Room

Unless specifically required functionally, equipment or panels shall be fitted in general areas or offices or the like. Enclosed rooms as identified above shall be used. 4.4.5 Parking Spaces Parking Spaces are outside the buildings/sheds for parking vehicles used for commuting occupants and visitors and parking of trucks as required for building/ shed function. Following spaces shall be provided as per specific building services: a. b. c. d. e. 4.5 Reserved parking Employee parking Visitor Parking Parking for Handicapped Truck and Bus Parking

DAY LIGHTING AND NATURAL VENTILATION Established level of illumination per standards and local requirements shall be maintained for all parts of each building by means of windows, skylights, reflected lighting etc. Established level of ventilation per codes and standards and local requirements in terms of air

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changes per hour shall be maintained for all spaces. Natural ventilation shall also be supplemented by mechanical or electrical means of ventilation in all human occupied areas. Forced ventilation in toilet/ showers and the like shall be provided for each cubicle based on enclosed nature of toilets with full height partitions. 4.6 LANDSCAPING AND PAVING AROUND BUILDINGS Landscaped areas with auto irrigation system shall be provided around every building for aesthetics. A minimum of 4% of the fenced area of RRE shall be landscaped. Landscaping shall be done with appropriate selection of plants and plantation areas. 4.7 4.7.1 ESSENTIAL BUILDING SERVICES Following essential services shall be provided, unless specified otherwise. Water Supply, Distribution and Drainage, Sanitary Services All buildings with human occupancy shall have provision of toilet with both hot and cold water provisions and drinking water. Drinking water provisions shall be provided within an enclosure separated from the toilets. All service pipes showing on the external wall shall be suitably concealed or shall be provided within a shaft. 4.7.2 Electrical Services Electrical services for buildings shall consist of electrical supply and distributions, internal and external electrical lighting installations, telephone and data network, fans, exhaust fans, lightning protection system etc including all accessories, cabling etc up to the junction/ distribution boxes connecting to the plant. 4.7.3 Air Conditioning and Heating All functional and amenity spaces, including applicable portions of circulation spaces in normally closed and manned buildings and spaces housing equipment/ machinery/ panels requiring air-conditioning environment shall be air-conditioned by means of central AC plant. Normally open and manned buildings and spaces housing equipment/ machinery/ panels requiring air-conditioning environment shall be air-conditioned by means of appropriate air-conditioning system per specification. 4.8 4.8.1 ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS Minimum Spaces and Room Sizes Minimum sizes for designation specific office spaces and key facilities of buildings are listed in appendix-C. As a minimum, the following dimensions shall be used: Passages / Corridors Offices Toilet Cubicles ( fully enclosed) Showers/ Drying Areas Min 1200mm wide (for single loaded passages/ corridors) Min. 1700mm wide (for double loaded passages/ corridors) Min. 3000mm x 4000mm modules with provisions for installing self standing modules. Min. width 1000mm x 1500mm with 800mm door width Min. 1000mm x 1800mm
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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS Lockers ( twin locker size) 4.8.2 Parking space

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Min. 300mm - 350mm wide x 500mm - 550mm depth x 1800mm 2000mm high

Parking spaces for each building shall be provided per appendix- D. Minimum parking space shall be as follows: Car parking Shaded Car parking (2 cars per unit) Bus/ Truck parking 4.8.3 Minimum Ceiling Heights Minimum ceiling heights, measured from finished floor to underside of ceiling or beams whichever is the lower, shall be: Office Rooms Control Room, lab, computer rooms Toilets, wash/locker rooms, etc. Corridors Electrical station Area under floor of Substation 4.8.4 Finished Floor Level In general finished floor level of buildings shall be determined with respect to top of approach road or pavement. Following schedule shall be adhered to for finished floor level of various buildings and sheds, unless specified. Building finished floor Loading/ Unloading bays Substation False Floor levels Satellite Instrument Shelter ( False floor areas or cavity) Warehouse/ Workshop / Sheds FFL 4.8.5 Steps and Ramps Steps or ramps shall be provided for access to the buildings/ sheds for pedestrian or vehicular equipment entry, as applicable. Minimum 1000mm wide platform shall be provided in between entrance door and steps/ramps. Following dimensions of the steps/ramps shall be adhered to: A. Tread 250mm minimum
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Min. height 2700mm Min. height 3000mm Min. height 2500mm Min. height 2500mm Min. height 4200mm Min. height 1800mm

Top of Approach road + 300mm (min) Top of Approach road + 750mm Top of Approach road + 1500mm ( min) Top of Approach road + 600mm (min) Top of Approach Road + 150 mm (min)

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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS B. C. 4.8.6 Riser Slope of Ramp 175mm maximum Not steeper than 1:6

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Doors Dimensions: Door dimensions shall be determined on the basis of following schedule and increased to accommodate installation and access for equipment, as required by equipment manufacturers guidelines, building codes and the regulatory authorities having jurisdiction in the project. Door dimensions in each building, like warehouses, workshops, fire and safety building shall be verified to suit space/ access requirements of forklift and trucks. Minimum Clear Openings of Interior Doors Building Fire and Safety Workshop Workshop Control Building Warehouse Laboratory All All Location of Interior Door First aid facilities for passage of stretcher Instrument Shop Between Electrical shop and Mechanical shop Between Instrument and Electrical Room Warehouse and Store rooms Equipment entry for all Lab units Toilets and showers Other Doors Size Min. 1500mm wide x 2200mm high Min. 1500mm wide x 2200mm high Min. 1800mm wide x 2200mm high Min. 1800mm wide x 2500mm high Min. 1800mm wide x 3000mm high Min. 1500mm wide x 2200 mm high Min. 800mm wide x 2100 mm high Min. 1000mm wide x 2200mm high

Minimum Clear Openings of Exterior Doors Building All All All Control Bldg Warehouse Workshop Fire and Safety Laboratory Substation Location of Exterior Door Main Entrance ( unless noted) HVAC room Personal Entrance Doors Equipment entrance Main Entrance Main Entrance Fire Engine entrance Main Entrance Battery Room Size Min. 1500mm wide x 2200mm high Min. 2000mm wide x 2500mm high Min. 1000mm wide x 2200mm high Min. 1800mm wide x 2500mm high Min. 3000mm wide x 3000mm high Min. 3000mm wide x 3000mm high Min. 4000mm wide x 5000mm high Min. 2500mm wide x 2500mm high Min. 1800mm wide x 2500mm high

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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS 4.8.7 Windows

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Provide views to the outdoors for light and visual relief where feasible within the constraints of the environment, blast resistant and safety requirements. Sill of windows shall be a minimum of 900mm above the finished floor. For the purpose of ventilation, total open area of windows shall be subject to 15%.of floor area to be ventilated. Wherever due to limitation of external wall are or any other reason, stipulated area of window cannot be provided, suitable mechanical or electrical devices shall be provided for ventilation. 4.7.8 Amenities and Accessories Provide the normal amenities and accessories for personnel comfort and necessity such as properly located drinking fountains, snack facilities, and toilet accessories as required by the specifications listed in Appendix A. Provide adequate visual aids and building specialties such as writing surfaces, tack boards and tack walls and projection screens as determined during detail design. Provide concealed facility in floors, walls and ceilings for meeting rooms for projectors, screens and support infrastructure. Provide sufficient, functional cabinets and millwork as determined during detail design. 4.8.9 Interior Furnishings: Provide professional commercial interior design consultant(s) to assist in the final selection of all finishes, colors, furniture, accessories, artwork/ decorations, window treatments, interior building graphics, lighting, signage and plantation. The aesthetics and quality of the interior furnishings and graphics shall be high quality, commercial design with clean lines, high-tech appearance and shall feature durability, strength and comfort. 4.8.10 Security/Safety The building design shall incorporate security and safety to meet the project requirements, design criteria, and the specifications listed in Appendix -A. The designs shall incorporate: o o o o o o o o Required exits at proper locations. Required security alarm devices Fire & gas detection system, fire fighting & safety equipments. Appropriate fire rated assemblies and materials. Code required door hardware. Appropriate signage and graphics both for building identification and interiors in Arabic and English. Access Control to buildings ( Examples: CMC, Control room , SIS, Substations) Use of coded locks corresponding to COMPANYs master key system

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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS 4.8.11 Emergency Exits

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Emergency exits shall be provided for all buildings. Emergency exit for individual functions spaces such as console area and MCC area shall also be provided. Emergency exits shall be located in such a manner that escape route is direct, unobstructed and without passing through any other function areas to safe area. Corridors/ staircases shall be provided as escape route to the emergency exits. Emergency exits shall be in accordance with recommendations of table A.7.6 of NFPA 101 and submitted to COMPANY for approval before implementation. 4.8.12 Service Entry Separate service entry shall be provided for service areas such as kitchen, air conditioned pressurisation plant, electrical room etc. A common service entry may be provided depending on spatial arrangement. 4.8.13 Air Lock Lobby Air lock lobby shall be provided for all entry and exit of air conditioned spaces. Air Lock lobby may be avoided in case of small air conditioned habitable spaces. 4.8.14 Lift Lift shall be provided for two storied buildings as stated in Building description in section 6.0. Lifts shall be adequately sized and details of lift to be submitted to COMPANY for approval before implementation. 4.8.15 Noise Abatement Reverberation o The reverberation time (for definition see ISO 80000-8) in empty rooms, with finished floors as indicated in the Finish Schedule, shall not exceed the following values: Office rooms, training rooms, laboratories, conference rooms, control rooms, instrument and electrical shops Tea rooms, corridors, and other circulation spaces Noise transmission values o Transmission loss between offices: Minimum rating of airborne sound insulation between office rooms, assuming closed doors shall be 40 dB, determined according to ISO 717-1. o Transmission loss between indoor and outdoor: Minimum rating of airborne sound insulation of external walls against external noise, assuming closed windows, determined according to ISO 717-3, shall be: 35dB o Transmission loss through floors (structure-borne noise): Noise level in a room from a standard tapping machine immediately above the room on the finished floor of the room shall not exceed: 1 sec 1.25 sec

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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS Frequency, Hz 250 500 1000 2000 Maximum value, dB 72 70 67 58

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Note: The standard tapping machine consists of 5 hammers of 500 gram each, falling from a height of 40mm, 10 times per second. Noise limits Noise levels in buildings shall not exceed the following limits: Area Description Areas in workshops and machinery where communication is required Workshop offices, computer rooms Open plan offices Offices and conference rooms Maximum acceptable value, dB 70 dB(A) 60 dB(A) 50 dB(A) 45 dB(A)

For noise having an impulsive and/or tonal character, the above limits shall be set at a level 5 dB (A) lower. 4.8.16 Lighting Lighting illumination requirements shall be in accordance with the specification Electrical Services in Buildings as listed in Appendix - A. Details of lighting to be submitted to COMPANY for approval before implementation. 4.9 4.9.1 ARCHITECTURAL DOCUMENT STANDARDS Drafting Standards for Buildings All drafting standards shall be established for the building and landscape documents with PMC approval. Drafting shall result in clear, legible, and graphically complete drawing documents incorporating line weight schemes for readability. Minimum letter size (height) shall be 3mm high. Building match lines where necessary shall be coordinated to be taken at the same places for all Design Discipline with standardized locater key. The DRAWINGS shall be produced using computer-aided Engineering (CAE) software compatible Intergraph Microstation. The DRAWINGS shall have a bar scale for each metric scale used on that sheet. Directional arrows shall be provided showing plant north, true north, Mecca and prevailing winds on all site plans and building floor plans. Grid lines, Bench marks to be included as appropriate.
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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS 4.9.2 Specifications

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Appendix- A provides the list of specification for all materials to be used for supply and installation, including equipment and fittings for use. CONTRACTOR shall submit to the COMPANY for approval specifications covering all additional material or equipment intended to be used, supplied and installed and other necessary items needed to complete the project. 4.9.3 Symbology The architectural drafting symbology for buildings shall be symbology available in the computer software, but must be a widely recognized architectural profession/industry standard. 4.9.4 Units of Measurement All dimensions, quantities and units of measurement used on the DRAWINGS and in calculations shall be given in metric units. 4.9.5 Scale The DRAWINGS for the building shall be done at the scales common within the architectural profession for the various drawings and detail types. The DRAWINGS for buildings shall be in metric scales. The following minimum scales are the most frequently used and suggested as a guide: Floor Plans for large buildings Floor Plans for medium to small buildings or enlarged plans Exterior Elevations and Sections Exterior Elevations and Sections for Medium to small buildings Wall Sections and Interior Elevations Door Details and Miscellaneous details Roof Plans 4.9.6 Construction Documents Construction specifications are provided, as a minimum, for all building materials, components and systems necessary for procurement, subcontracting and construction. The DRAWINGS to be provided by the CONTRACTOR shall, at the minimum, consist of detailed, dimensioned plans, elevations, sections, schedules, and details for the buildings. 4.10 ARCHITECTURAL DOCUMENT SUBMITTALS Construction work should not commence without obtaining approved drawings of all buildings covering all work to be performed on the buildings and approval of fitting schedule. The document submittal requirements to meet the goal are mentioned below:
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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS 4.10.1 Submittals Schedule

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The architectural design work for each of the buildings shall consist of required formal submittals for COMPANY review and comment at strategic completion percentages for various phases of the work as listed below. The interior design, furnishings, landscape, and irrigation development shall provide the corresponding submittals as listed below. The submittals for each building are required as follows: o o o 35% preliminary design issued for approval. 65% Construction documents issued for review. 90% Construction documents final review. (At this stage, the construction documents are 100% complete and checked by the CONTRACTOR). o 4.10.2 100% final submittal (construction documents are complete and checked including COMPANYs 90% comments).

The architectural work shall consider and establish, at minimum, the following: The information for the buildings, such as cost targets/budgets, codes and standards, project schedule and environmental requirements. Final list of required spaces and area allocations and equipment lists along with personnel position title for spaces and any special needs or considerations for each area or space.

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Preliminary Design (35% Submittal) The preliminary design submittal shall incorporate COMPANYs comments from previous submittal reviews and complete the design of buildings for COMPANYs design approval. The submittal shall include: o o o Site (immediate area), layouts where useful and necessary. Building floor plans, elevations, sections and perspective views to illustrate design and appearance of the buildings. Building description, an outline document containing description of materials. the

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Construction Documents (65%, 90% and 100% Submittals) The construction documents provided by the CONTRACTOR shall consist of the dimensioned plans, elevations, details and schedules, interiors and furnishings and shall include at the minimum the following: Drawings o Site plans of immediate building area. o Site Architectural details, (in conjunction and coordination with civil discipline work). o Plans o Floors

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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS o Roof o Building elevations o Building wall sections and cross sections as necessary o Building details o Door and window details o Enlarged plans (of selected areas) as necessary Schedules o o o o o o o o Door Hardware Windows Interior finishes Reflected ceiling plans and details Cabinets and millwork Laboratory casework plans and elevation. Furnishings and Fittings

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Specifications Specifications shall cover the materials and construction for the buildings and be coordinated with the specifications of other engineering disciplines such as Civil, Structural, HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical, and Fire Protection to form complete specifications for construction of the buildings. 4.10.5 Final Interior and Furnishings Final interiors and furnishings submittals shall correspond to the 35%, 65%, 90% and 100% submittals for architectural building documents in Paragraph 4.9.4. The interiors and furnishings for the buildings construction documents shall consist of the following: Color and finish schedule coordinated with architectural room finish materials. Furniture, layout and furnishing accessories, and window treatment plans as necessary and coordinated with architectural plans. Furniture and furnishing accessories schedule coordinated with furniture plans. All furniture items shall be numbered with a system that identifies the building in which the item belongs. Installation instructions from the manufacturer as required. 4.10.6 4.10.6.1 Color and Material Schedule The CONTRACTOR shall produce a color and material sample board with all finishes shown, for approval by the COMPANY. This color and material scheme shall be based on the Specifications, Guides, Attachments, and the color samples selected by the COMPANY.
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All materials used shall be in accordance with the associated Design General tion or as covered elsewhere in the contract documents.

The CONTRACTOR shall submit one color and material sample board, plus 3 copies of the description for approval by the COMPANY. No architectural item shall be procured prior to written COMPANY approval. As-Built Drawings The as-built DRAWINGS shall be created as the last revision number on the affected DRAWINGS and specifications, and shall be taken from the marked set of contract documents that have been maintained and marked in an approved color coded scheme by the field construction labor forces and shall, at a minimum, include: o o o o o Critical and strategic dimensional changes. Layouts or plan adjustments. Changes in materials or construction details. Changes in utility and engineering coordination. Equipment changes.

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5.0 5.1 5.1.1

CONSTRUCTION CHARACTERISTICS NORMAL CONSTRUCTION Foundations Reinforced concrete slab on grade with reinforced concrete spread footings and vapor barrier between the ground and the concrete.

5.1.2

Building Framing System Reinforced concrete or steel frames. Metal clad buildings shall be coated steel framing and insulated metal roofing and siding panels, unless otherwise specified.

5.1.3

Roofing System Single-ply roof membrane (water proofing), rigid insulation (polystyrene board for heat insulation) protected by cement tiles. Roof surface of flat roofs shall have minimum draining slope using screed or light weight concrete layer, unless otherwise specified Roof construction shall be U < 0.35 W/m2 K. Access by staircase or cat ladders shall be provided where air conditioning equipment and/or any other equipment requiring regular maintenance are installed on the roof of buildings

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Exterior Walls Exterior walls shall be comprised of painted reinforced concrete/ concrete block work and/or prefinished metal wall panels. Wall construction shall be U < 0.60 W/m2 K. Exterior walls shall have noise transmission loss levels as specified in Section 4.7.14.

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Suspended acoustical tile ceilings shall be provided in office areas, laboratory and lockers rooms and corridors. Toilet ceilings shall be corrosion protected metal sheeting. All ceiling materials shall have a flame spread of 25 or less and smoke development of 25 or less when tested in accordance with ASTM E 84. 5.1.6 5.1.6.1 Doors Main Entrance doors shall be sliding type, radar operated with double glass insulation. Doors shall include hardware and weather-stripping. Additioanl entrance doors shall be insulated double glass with single / double acting swing. Vision panels, if provided shall be double-paned insulated safety glass Exterior doors shall be 45mm thick insulated hollow metal door and frame, made of galvanized steel, factory primed, field painted Interior doors shall be 45mm thick solid core wood veneer faced / insulated hollow metal door in hollow metal frame. Plastic lamination shall not be used because of development of dangerous gases in the case of fire. Fire doors shall be provided for all exterior doors and for interior doors as required by the building codes All door lock hardware keying system shall be coordinated with COMPANY plant keying system. All cylinders and keys shall be integrated with the existing master key system Windows Interior windows shall be commercial quality steel or anodized aluminum, sliding or fixed units with clear glass. Exterior windows shall be commercial quality steel or anodized aluminum units, double glazed, insulated and tinted. Frame color finish and styling shall match building entrance doors. Frames and glazing to be selected with consideration for energy conservation. 5.1.8 Interior Walls and Partitions 200mm thick concrete unit block walls for fire rated walls, mechanical rooms and toilet areas shall extend up to the underside of the roof slab. Metal studs and gypsum wall board / demountable metal partitions between offices as specified in the Finishes Schedule or indicated on the CONCEPTUAL DOCUMENTS. Private office and other related spaces may be constructed of moveable wall/partition system as indicated in the Finishes Schedule or directed by COMPANY. Interior masonry walls in office areas, corridors and lobby to be plastered and painted as noted in the Finishes Schedule. Glazed ceramic tile walls up to ceiling height in toilet areas and in other rooms as indicated in the Finishes Schedule. 5.1.9 Floors
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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS Heavy duty floor tiles shall be provided in office areas and corridors.

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Vitreous clay tile to be provided in rooms and toilets as noted in the Finish Schedule. Mechanical air conditioning room floors to be steel trowel finished green concrete with non skid dust-proof epoxy-resin sealer. Provide metal dividers strips or thresholds at juncture of different floor materials. Computer access floors in Control Rooms and UPS Rooms as indicated in the Finish Schedule. Acid -resistant tiles shall be provided in selected laboratory areas 5.1.10 Wall Bases Vinyl cove base shall be provided at vinyl composition tile floors. Tile cove base shall be provided with tile floors. Coved sand/cement skirting shall be provided as indicated in the Finish Schedule. 5.1.11 Toilet Partitions Solid phenolic plastic, 26mm thick, standard partition doors shall be installed in the built-in ceramic tile toilet partitions and shower stalls Urinal screens shall be solid phenolic and wall mounted. Hardware for partition doors and urinal screens shall be stainless steel. 5.1.12 Toilet Accessories Provide mirrors with stainless steel shelves, hand dryer, soap dispenser, paper towel dispenser, and toilet tissue dispenser. Provide flexible hose union tap in a position adjacent to each water closet. 5.1.13 Cabinets and Countertops Plastic laminate faced countertop, base cabinets and wall cabinets and shelving on adjustable shelf hardware. 5.1.14 5.1.15 Metal Shelving Heavy-duty steel shelving shall be provided in store rooms and janitor rooms. Building Graphics and Signage Interior room numbers, names, graphics and exterior building identification signage shall be provided. The CONTRACTOR shall engage a Signage Specialist to design and prepare layout and design for signs in both Arabic & English. 5.1.16 Building Equipment Workshop equipment, appliances, and warehouse shelving shall be provided. The CONTRACTOR shall engage a Warehouse Specialist to provide a layout and design for all equipment, cabinets, and shelving. 5.1.17 Finish Schedules The finish schedules for the buildings are indicated on the CONCEPTUAL DOCUMENTS.
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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS 5.1.18 Interior Furnishings and Accessories

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Interior design finishes and furniture selection shall be coordinated with the architectural building design, under the supervision of the CONTRACTOR and COMPANY. The final concept shall be presented in appropriate interior design construction documents. Interior design and furniture selection shall provide a high quality, commercial design which provides: 5.2 A contemporary, (high tech) clean line aesthetic. A high degree of functionality, ergonomic design, strength, and durability. Interior window treatment shall be functional with contemporary (high tech) appearance coordinated with the building architecture

BLAST RESILIENT CONSTRUCTION Blast resilient criteria shall be applied to the following buildings: o o o o Substations Satellite Workshops Central Control Building Jetty Control Room building

5.2.1

The CONTRACTOR shall review the blast protection requirements from the results of the Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) performed during the EPC phase, and shall advise COMPANY on any change which may be necessary in the applicable blast criteria. In addition to the requirements as given in section 5.1, following minimum design requirements for Blast resilient buildings shall also apply.

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Minimum Design Requirements for Blast Resilient buildings: o o o o o o The buildings shall have a reinforced concrete and or steel framing system design which will allow large plastic deformation without collapse of the structure. At least two entrances shall be provided for personnel. They shall be remote from each other and shall not be located on the walls facing the potential blast source. The number and size of external doors shall be minimized. Aluminum shall not be used as exterior doors in blast resilient buildings, because this material is too weak to hold the door pane in place during an explosion. All windows in exterior walls shall be laminated, using safety glass, tinted for glare control and vertical bar. Exterior windows in blast resilient buildings shall be made of coated, galvanized steel capable of transferring the explosion pressure on the window pane to the surrounding structure. Wall material having a brittle behavior, such as masonry, shall not be used in such a way that they are required to contribute to the overall strength or stability of the building. Reinforced Concrete blocks can be used. Wall or roof materials, such as masonry and metal sheet siding or panels, shall be reinforced and anchored to the structural frame in order to prevent being shatInitials

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tered and becoming airborne projectiles during a blast. Some damage to the building and panels is acceptable, but panels shall remain attached to the structural frame. o Roofing systems, ceilings, light fixtures, electrical, fittings, ducts, piping, diffuser grilles, and all other components of the buildings shall have anchorage and support systems designed to prevent easy and immediate collapse during an explosion blast. Lightweight sheeting or siding panels, roof, gravel, and loose tiles are not acceptable.

o 5.3

BLAST RESISTANT CONSTRUCTION Blast resistant criteria shall be applied to the following buildings: o o Satellite Instrument Shelters Operator Shelters

5.3.1

The CONTRACTOR shall review the blast protection requirements from the results of the Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) performed during the EPC phase, and shall advise COMPANY on any change which may be necessary in the applicable blast criteria. Blast Protection Requirements Some of the buildings are located inside the explosion radius. These buildings require to be designed by applying blast loads as defined in clause 8.15 of AMD-CU-002, Specification for Structural Engineering Design Criteria. In addition to the requirements as given in section 5.2, following minimum design requirements for Blast resistant buildings shall also apply.

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5.3.3

Minimum Design Requirements for Blast Resistant buildings: o o o Single storey buildings are recommended with heights kept to a minimum. Aluminum roofing and siding panels shall not be used in blast resistant buildings Door, pressed steel type design, shall be designed for blast loads. Doors shall open outwards. Structural calculations shall be submitted by the manufacturer for approval by the COMPANY No windows on external wall shall be provided.

o 6.0

BUILDING DESCRIPTION The following section describes the concept, facility description, functionality and specific requirements for the buildings listed in the COMPANY document 5578-TEC-CU001(25418-1000-A0X-A000-C0001), titled The Buildings List. Building design to meet requirements of all occupants listed in Appendix-B and the minimum space requirement of offices listed in Appendix-C in addition to the minimum key facility space requirements mentioned in Appendix-D. Size and configuration of these buildings are shown on the CONCEPTUAL DOCUMENTS.

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The Guard House is the first stop at the entrance of the Ruwais Refinery Expansion complex for security inspection by the military personnel/ local police having jurisdiction in the area. The local police in this building allow the movement of authorized persons, passenger and material vehicles etc. for entering into Ruwais Refinery Expansion complex. The guard house is located at the center of the road for Clear visibility and control of traffic at both sides of the building. The security checks would be done for vehicles on road and travelers on the footpath or adjoining area. 6.1.2 Facility Description o o o o o 6.1.3 Single storied Building with Normal Construction Glazed areas on both sides of the building for easy viewing of incoming and outgoing vehicular and pedestrian traffic. Sitting area for supervisor with a desk and a cabinet. A small toilet and wash basin to cater both viewing areas A platform for making tea/coffee with a sink. Signage area and control bars for stoppage and release of vehicles Camera and CCTV inside the building Air conditioned with a window air conditioner Ventilation through exhaust fan. 4 lockers for army personnel. Use of laminated glass on windows for safety purposes

Functional requirements o o o o o

6.1.4 6.2 6.2.1

Specific requirements o ADMINISTRATION BUILDING Concept The Administration building would be in Amenities Zone after the Guard House acting as a central facility for the top management of different departments of the Plant. A group of three buildings (Administration, Canteen and Archive buildings) form a cluster of buildings with some common architectural elements or features to form a group of aesthetically pleasing buildings. Use of rich materials and finish shall enhance the modern looks. These buildings should open to a large themed landscaped space with water bodies or fountains etc. The buildings shall be connected with each other by air-conditioned pedestrian glazed walkways. An auditorium (mainly used for presentation purposes) for around 150 people shall be part of the administration building, connected both from inside and directly from outside with foyers etc. and separate toilet facilities. The auditorium shall have luxury tiered seating and shall have state of the art sound system with effective and aesthetically appealing acoustical treatment on the walls and ceiling. It shall have modern projection facilities, a

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stage and small green rooms. It shall have a dedicated air-conditioning system for energy conservation 6.2.2 Facility Description o o Two floor structure with RCC column and beam normal construction with infill of block work/concrete panels/curtain glass wall. The building shall contain the personnel of the following Staffing groups: o o o o o o 6.2.3 Management Administration Operations Finance Crisis Management Centre (CMC) Security Training

Top Management offices shall have offices for their secretary and waiting areas. Well distributed areas for storage/record rooms/ scanning/printing rooms/ pantries/meeting rooms etc. for easy reach from all offices. Rich, modern and aesthetically acceptable exterior and interior finishes for outstanding visual appearance. A centrally located Prayer Room with abulition facilities. Computer Room/Data Centre with UPS/Battery backup. Ladies and Gents toilet facilities in appropriate proportion at convenient locations. Fully Air Conditioned with fire & gas detection, fire fighting & safety equipments, paging and security systems. Provision of CCTV and camera at proper locations. A dedicated room near entrance for Building management System. Offices to be defined with demountable metal partitions/gypsum walls. No open-office concept to be adopted for this building. A lunch room for 25 persons with a pantry for warming food. One passenger lift and one freight lift. Adequate covered and open parking for employees and visitors. Energy conservation and sun shading devices to be considered in the design. Ramped access and toilet facilities, including handicapped toilet. Spare offices.
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Specific requirements o o o o o

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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS o o 6.3 6.3.1 An inviting grand entrance foyer, reception and waiting areas. There is no provision for future expansion to this building.

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CANTEEN BUILDING Concept A Canteen is provided to prepare lunch for all staff in the refinery and serve as dining space for the staff in administration and archive building mainly. The building is to cater to 100% population of Administration and Archive buildings with 15% of the population of these two buildings as guests to have lunch in two shifts. The kitchen in addition has to be big enough to cook and pack meals in boxes to be supplied to the working population of the plant area in various buildings. This building also shares the common landscaped space with water bodies and fountains and is connected to Administration and Archive Buildings by air-conditioned glazed covered passages.

6.3.2

Facility Description o o o o Single storey structure with RCC column and beam normal construction with infill of block work/concrete panels/ glazing. Two separate entrances with foyers for staff and VIP dining areas. Ladies and gents hand wash and toilet facilities areas shall be separately provided both for the common and VIP dining areas. Dining area shall open towards the central landscaped area. Fully air-conditioned with Fire & gas detection system, Fire fighting & Safety equipments and Paging/Music Systems. To service 50% of population of Administration and Archive Buildings in one sitting. A dining space for 20 VIP people with a separate entrance and lavish seating. Kitchen needs to be equipped with all modern cooking and washing gadgets with automatic packing machines for preparing lunch boxes. Food is not served at tables but buffet system is followed for both the dining areas. Kitchen staff to have separate toilets/showers/lockers facility. Cooking gas supply in the kitchen need to be through central piped gas supply or a gas cylinders bank outside the kitchen. Proper exhaust system in the kitchen. Parking for trucks for loading of lunch boxes/supply to kitchen close to packing area/kitchen storage. There is no provision of expansion to this building
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Functional requirements o o o

6.3.4

Specific requirements o o o o o o o

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This building is also part of the cluster of the three themed buildings to have rich modern look. This building houses the storage of hard copies as well as electronic copies of all engineering drawings and documents and related data of the entire plant. The purpose of the building shall be document management and document reproduction with provisions to have manual and electronic CAD facility. It shares the common big landscaped space with water bodies and fountains and is connected to Administration and Canteen Buildings by glazed air-conditioned covered passages. 6.4.2 Facility Description o o o o o o o o o 6.4.3 Two floor structure with RCC Columns and Beams normal construction with infill of block work and glazing Reception and waiting areas for outsiders and contractors. Technical library shall be part of the building. It shall have a manual drafting / CAD area. Computer Room/Data Centre with UPS/Battery backup. A prayer room with abulition. A small composite ladies toilet Stack areas for documents/drawings on both/either floors. Pantry for making tea/coffee. Fully Air Conditioned with fire & gas detection system, fire fighting & Safety equipments , security systems. The archive building should have an EDMS system for storage. Copying and reproducing facility, offices for document clerks/ document controller etc. Offices to be defined with demountable metal partitions / Gypsum wall. Loading / Unloading deck shall be provided for ease of loading/unloading from trucks/lorries. Freight lift for ease of documents movement between floors. Storage area to keep cartons/hard copies after unloading from truck and before moving them into stack areas. There is no provision of expansion to this building

Functional requirements o o o o

6.4.4

Specific requirements o o o o

6.5 6.5.1

REFINERY GATE HOUSE Concept

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The security guards sitting in this building allow the movement of authorized persons, passenger vehicles for entering into the refinery. 6.5.2 Facility Description o o Single floor structure with RCC Columns and Beams normal construction with infill of block work/glazings. Preferably two separate identical building blocks controlling inward and outward traffic, tied by an impressive and bold covered entrance for pedestrians/vehicles and trucks to pass underneath Inward traffic guard house to have large glazing to have un-interrupted view of vehicle and lorry movement. This guard house to have reception/waiting/toilet/tea-counter and an office for the security officer and general guard area. Outward traffic guard house to have Guard area/toilet/tea-counter and a scale room to take weight of vehicles on weighing bridge at the central lane for trucks Signage area and control bars for stoppage and release of vehicles Camera and CCTV inside the building Air conditioned with a window air conditioner/split units. Ventilation through exhaust fan. Lockers for security personnel. Weighing bridge to be provided for trucks/lorries carrying material Turnstiles with card reader to be used to control pedestrian movement at Inwards guard house. Barriers / sliding gates need to be provided to control and monitor vehicular traffic

o o o 6.5.3

Functional requirements o o o o o

6.5.4

Specific requirements o o o

6.6 6.6.1

TECHNICAL / MAINTENANCE BUILDING Concept This building will have two wings or two buildings, close and connected to each other, housing Technical and Maintenance engineers and staff. The Technical wing will house the Engineering Development Section consisting of process engineers mainly with focus on improved process design and control. The Maintenance wing shall have planning engineers, inspection engineers, planners and inspectors with all support staff for execution of maintenance work and turnaround activities. Maintenance department would have three sections, namely electrical, mechanical and instrumentation. Reliability Section shall be working on plant preventive maintenance.

6.6.2

Facility Description o Two floor structure with RCC Columns and Beams normal construction with infill of block work/concrete panels/curtain glass wall. Offices to be defined with demountable metal partitions/gypsum walls.
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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS o o o o o o o 6.6.3

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Well distributed areas for storage/record rooms/ scanning/printing rooms/ pantries/meeting rooms etc. for easy reach from all offices. A centrally located Prayer Room with abulition facilities. Lunch Room with a pantry. Computer Room/Data Centre with UPS/Battery backup. Ladies and Gents toilet facilities in appropriate proportion at convenient locations. Operator Training Simulator Rooms. Design and Drafting facility Fully Air Conditioned with fire and gas detection systems, fire fighting & safety equipments, paging and security systems. Provision of CCTV and camera. The building need to be close to the Workshop for ease of access and regular interaction with Technical / maintenance staff and the workshop areas. Spare offices Adequate open and covered parking for employees and visitors Ramped access and toilet facilities, including handicapped toilet.

Functional requirements o o o

6.6.4

Specific requirements o o o

6.7 6.7.1

GENERAL SERVICES BUILDING Concept This building houses the office areas for general services personnel like transportation controller, landscape supervisor with some rest areas for the drivers and gardeners. The building would be the central place for the building maintenance team consisting of electricians, plumbers, HVAC controllers and occasional subcontractors working on civil maintenance scope for the plant.

6.7.2

Facility Description o o o o o o o Single floor structure with RCC Columns and Beams normal construction with infill of block work/glazings Lunch room with central desk for all staff Office rooms for gardener and landscape controller One room for all drivers to rest One Locker room for all Prayer room Pantry

6.7.3

Functional requirements

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Fully Air Conditioned with fire & gas detection system, fire fighting & safety equipments The building need to be close to Technical/Maintenance building for better support Space outside building for parking carts and a pick up truck Space for maintenance spares (electrical cables and piping)

Specific requirements o o

6.8 6.8.1

MAIN WORKSHOP Concept This building would be the main workshop for the plant for repair of equipment, welding and paint. Different sections of the workshop would house areas for mechanical exchanger repair, instrument repair and lay down areas. The workshop is equipped with overhead traveling EOT cranes.

6.8.2

Facility Description o o o o o o o o o o o o Single storied Metal Building with insulated metal panels on walls and pitched roof Exchanger Repair area Welding and fabrication shop Tool room for storage of tools and some spares Electrical workshop Instrument workshop for repair of all instrumentation Valve Maintenance room Paint and Carpentry Shop Lunch Room for approx. 30 non-Takreer workers with a Pantry Prayer Room Shower and locker facilities Offices for Technicians within workshop areas Air conditioned using Air Handling units with a chiller placed outside the building in the main lay down area and exposed ducting in workshops. Workshop shall have large doors with ramped access for forklift. Shall have an un-interrupted personnel access way to the maintenance section of the Technical / Maintenance building Eye wash Fire and gas detection systems, fire fighting & safety equipments. Cart and cycle stand.
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6.8.4

Specific requirements o

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Warehouse Complex consists of the Main warehouse, Chemical warehouse, carpentry shop, paint shop, open shaded warehouse and open yard warehouse. Chemical warehouse to be a separate building with automatic doors and accessible to forklift. Open shaded warehouse is to house coated pipe spools. Open Yard warehouse is to store structural steel, reinforcement and packed large equipment. 6.9.2 Facility Description o o o o o o o o o o o o 6.9.3 Single storied Metal Building with insulated metal panels on walls and pitched roof. Shutdown store used for turnarounds only Electrode room with dehumidifier Air conditioned Electronic card room Spares area - Three storied Racks with adequate bays for storage Electrical bulk and spare storage area Other Bulks storage area Carpentry Shop Paint Shop Open shaded warehouse Open yard warehouse Chemical Warehouse Issue Counter and Store keeper office Rack areas to be air conditioned using Air Handling units with a chiller placed outside the building Inventory controllers office Forklift access for electrical and mechanical stores ( large spare parts) Rack areas for small spare parts Main Warehouse would need to have a lunch room for a capacity of 30 nonTakreer personnel. Prayer room Showers and Lockers Fire protection system for portion of rack areas Fire and gas detection system, Fire fighting & safety equipments.
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6.9.4

Specific requirements o o

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Vehicle workshop is for regular maintenance of vehicles, including washing and tyre changing facility. Vehicle workshop would be adjacent to the main workshop and fire and safety building. 6.10.2 Facility Description o o o o o o 6.10.3 Single storied Metal Building with insulated metal panels on walls and pitched roof Building Office for Supervisor General Store/ Spare parts store Open shaded area for car wash facility with adequate drainage system and for maintenance of trucks/ fire tenders/ jib cranes Tyre store Air conditioned using Air Handling units with a chiller placed outside the building 2 numbers of pits for vehicle maintenance Area for vehicle raising platform using Hydraulic jack Compressed air unit Utility water storage and plumbing system with multiple valve outlets Locker facility in vehicle maintenance bay Small toilet with a shower and lockers. Fire fighting and safety equipments. Fire and gas detection system All area to have hard finish and Finished floor level shall be raised above road

Functional requirements o o o o o o o o

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Specific requirements o TELECOM BUILDING Concept Telecom building would be normally un-manned building housing the PABX, radio and telecom equipment for the entire plant buildings.

6.11.2

Facility Description o o o o Single floor structure with RCC Columns and Beams normal construction with infill of block work/glazing. Technician and Operators offices Storage space attached to PABX, MDF and Network Room Small composite toilet
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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS 6.11.3 Functional requirements o o o o 6.11.4 6.12 6.12.1 Un-manned facility with intermittent inspection

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Fully Air Conditioned with fire and gas detection system, fire fighting & safety equipments. Raised floor for cable entry Ramped access to building for equipment entry Standby HVAC equipment for un-interrupted air-conditioning.

Specific requirements o FIRE AND SAFETY BUILDING Concept This building houses offices, fire control centre, training areas for Fire and Safety personnel, primary nursing station and parking for various fire fighting trucks and rapid intervention vehicle. The Fire division and Safety division shall be housed in different wings of the building.

6.12.2

Facility Description o o Two floor structure consisting two separate wings with RCC Columns and Beams normal construction with infill of block work/glazings. Central part between two blocks for Parking of Fire Tenders and other vehicles with Steel structure and metal insulated siding and pitched roof. The Fire wing of the building houses the following areas: Offices for Chief Fire Officer and shift supervisors. Meeting room. Fire Control Centre Foam Storage Area Dry Powder Filling Station Mobile Tractable equipment store Lunch Room with Pantry. Prayer Room with abolition facility. Rest Areas for Fire fighters. Showers/Lockers and Toilets.

The Safety wing of the building houses the following areas: Offices for Safety Engineers Training areas Room for CO2 and N2 Air Compressor Room
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The covered parking bays need to have provision for the following vehicles: Foam Fire Truck Foam Carrier Powder Truck Rapid Intervention Vehicle Water Carrier Hazmat Truck Hydraulic Access Platform Pick-Up Trucks Ambulance 2 nos. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 2 nos. 1 no.

Functional requirements o o o Fully Air Conditioned with fire and gas detection systems, fire fighting & safety equipments, paging and security systems Location of the rest room should be near to the fire station control room and to have direct and easy access to Fire Tender parking area. Drill tower is not required

Due to larger column free spaces parking bay area may be a steel structure with metal roofing on top. There shall be roof extractors / exhaust system to take the fumes out of the building. 6.12.4 Specific requirements o o o o o 6.13 6.13.1 Parking of Fire tenders shall not face the Process Units. The parking bays width / depth and height shall be in accordance with the Fire Protection Design Philosophy. Spare offices to be kept for future Refer F&G specification for display location and sizes of display Fire training area near RRD would be the common training area for RRE as well

LABORATORY BUILDING Concept Laboratory building is the central analysis and monitoring unit for all products and assay. Sample from each process unit is brought to the laboratory by sample collectors per schedule/ sampling plan or as requested by operator or other parties. Laboratory is housed with a day lab conducting regular operations while the shift lab conducts activities specific for the laboratory. Contractors shall not perform any demonstration or repair of laboratory equipment in the laboratory building. Training facility and presentation hall in Administration building is planned for the purpose.

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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS 6.13.2 Facility Description o

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Single floor structure with RCC Columns/Beams normal construction with infill of block work/glazing. Day Lab Shift lab Gasoil Lab Jet Fuel/ ATK Lab Sulphur Lab Petro Lab Octane Lab Gas Lab Analytical Lab Water Lab Each of the labs shall have provisions to house dedicated chemist and assistants. Offices for Head of Laboratory, senior supervisors and senior chemists, Prayer room Pantry Computer room with provision for future modernisation Laboratory shall have record room for records on samples Scanning and printing facility Showers and lockers A bunker room shall be provided for storage of Cylinders Spare Parts store Cold Room for electronic card storage Fully Air Conditioned. Provisions of Safety Shower Fire and gas detection systems, fire fighting & safety equipments. Sizing of each lab shall conform to laboratory Analysis requirement for individual process units. All reagents would be stored in individual lab units Ramped access to building for equipment entry
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Following 10 Lab unit rooms shall be considered: o o o o o o o o o o

Additional Areas: o o o o o o o o o o o 6.13.3

Functional requirements o o o o o

6.13.4

Specific requirements o

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This is a central monitoring and control facility for the plant equipment and process. Control building shall have a control room with restricted access and surrounded by offices for Manager, shift controller, and support engineers including few senior process engineers and operators. 6.14.2 Facility Description o o o o Blast resilient building construction. Three Control rooms, i.e. for offsite, utility and process unit, shall be made separated with partitions restricting vision and sound. Central room shall have access to only panel operators and operation supervisors. Central control room could be of double height at the console area with second story offices overlooking console area depending upon ergonomic study recommendations / architectural design. Each bay shall house 6 consoles as a minimum Each bay shall be expandable with provisions of spare bays in future Offices for process engineers Offices for operators Offices for Support engineers ( DCS, automation, network) Server room Emergency controller Meeting room Pantry Centrally air conditioned. The console area shall have large displays Three separate document room i.e. offsite/ process / utility for keeping operating manuals, P&IDs and filing. Document room to have shelving, P&ID stick-files /rack arrangement and copying facility and storage for consumables. Printer facility shall be provided in console rooms Fire and gas detection system, Fire fighting and safety equipments. False ceiling with reflective lighting False flooring for control room and other support areas. Safety Equipment Room and storage of Inergen Gas Bottles

o o o o o o o o o 6.14.3

Functional requirements o o o

o o 6.14.4

Specific requirements o o o

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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS 6.15 6.15.1 SATELLITE INSTRUMENT SHELTERS AND SUBSTATION Concept

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A combined building for Sub-Station, Satellite Instrument Shelter and the Operator Shelter shall be planned for optimisation. Substation will be Blast resilient while SIS needs to be blast resistant. Operator shelter will be blast resistant. SIS is normally un-manned air-conditioned building housing control systems cabinets for local process units with operator and engineering workstations for local control and monitoring in special situation. This is an air-conditioned unmanned building to house all the static equipments like switchgears, AC & DC UPS, small lighting, power distribution panels, interposing relay panels etc. The transformers are installed outdoor on one side of the building. Operator shelter shall be a part of this building with changing facility for the operators with toilet and washbasin. 6.15.2 Facility Description o o o Single storied Blast Resistant/Blast Resilient Building construction. The roof shall be single-ply membrane, flat roof with drainage through down pipes carrying water to plant grade. The combined building shall contain Switchgear Room, HVAC Room, UPS Room, Battery Room, Instrument Room, and Operator Shelter with toilet, shower and lockers, Transformer bays, Space for Inergen Gas Bottles, etc. The Switchgear room shall be elevated to give min. 1800mm clear space from the grade. The Instrument Room and UPS need to have a false floor. The internal height of the building from top of elevated floor to underside of beams needs to be min. 4200mm. The transformer bays are separated with each other by a 2hour fire rated concrete wall and to be sheltered with durable aesthetically pleasing metal sun screen overhead and wire mesh fence and gates to each transformer unit open side. Each bay shall have gravel filled concrete containment pit around each transformer.

6.15.3

Functional requirements Entrance Air Locks to Switchgear and Instrument Rooms o The building shall be provided with air-conditioning system, pressurization system, lighting, fire and gas detection system, fire fighting and safety equipments, safety surveillance systems The main entrance vestibules shall be furnished with built-in special cleaning floor mats for sand removal. Room shall be pressurized and provided with door seals to control dust infiltration. Large equipment access doors shall be located on exterior wall for equipment removal and maintenance and shall be located on opposite side of airlock entrance if possible.
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Switchgear Room o

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Direct external access door shall be provided on the exterior wall. The external door is to be fitted with door seals to maintain pressure and limit infiltration. This room shall be located on the ground floor and shall be separated from electronic instrumentation by at least two meters distance or a 300mm thick reinforced concrete wall to reduce mechanical and electrical interferences. The room shall have a large equipment and maintenance entry door. This rooms shall have a raised access floor min.1200mm above the grade slab The entrance shall be via an air lock room and one separate large entrance door on the exterior wall opposite to the airlock for equipment entrance and maintenance shall be provided. The room has to be big enough to house 4 operators at a time with an attached toilet and a shower with 4-6 lockers to serve as facility to change overalls/ clothing. Doors on external walls shall be designed as blast resistant according to specification 5578-AMD-CU-002. There shall be no windows in the building

HVAC Room o

Instrument and UPS Rooms o o

Operator Shelter o

6.15.4

Specific requirements o o

6.16 6.16.1

SUBSTATION BUILDINGS (STANDALONE) Concept This is an air-conditioned unmanned building to house all the static equipments like switchgears etc., small lighting, power distribution panels, interposing relay panels etc. The transformers are installed outdoor on one side of the building.

6.16.2

Facility Description o o o o Single storied Blast Resilient Building construction. The roof shall be single-ply membrane, flat roof with drainage through down pipes carrying water to plant grade. The building shall contain Switchgear Room, HVAC Room, Battery Room, Transformer bays, Space for Inergen Gas Bottles, etc. The Switchgear room shall be elevated to give min. 1800mm clear space from the grade. The internal height of the building from top of elevated floor to underside of beams needs to be min. 4200mm. The transformer bays are separated with each other by a 2hour fire rated concrete wall and to be sheltered with durable aesthetically pleasing metal sun screen overhead and wire mesh fence and gates to each transformer unit open side. Each bay shall have gravel filled concrete containment pit around each transformer.
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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS 6.16.3 Functional requirements Entrance Air Locks to Switchgear Rooms o

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The building shall be provided with air-conditioning system, pressurization system, lighting, fire and gas detection systems, fire fighting and safety equipments, safety surveillance systems The main entrance vestibules shall be furnished with built-in special cleaning floor mats for sand removal. Room shall be pressurized and provided with door seals to control dust infiltration. Large equipment access doors shall be located on exterior wall for equipment removal and maintenance and shall be located on opposite side of airlock entrance if possible. Direct external access door shall be provided on the exterior wall. The external door is to be fitted with door seals to maintain pressure and limit infiltration. This room shall be located on the ground floor and shall be separated from electronic instrumentation by at least two meters distance or a 300mm thick reinforced concrete wall to reduce mechanical and electrical interferences. The room shall have a large equipment and maintenance entry door. Doors on external walls shall be designed as blast resistant according to specification 5578-AMD-CU-002. There shall be no windows in the building

o o

Switchgear Room o

Battery Room o

HVAC Room o

o 6.16.4

Specific requirements o o

6.17 6.17.1

OPERATOR SHELTER (STANDALONE) Concept This is an air-conditioned manned building for day to day operation of process units/facilities. Operators inside this building used to observe the activities happening in the units and help the control room operation for the field services. Changing facility for the operators would be in the nearest combined SIS and substation building.

6.17.2

Facility Description o o o Single storied Blast resistant building construction with precast concrete panel/concrete in-situ walls and roofing system Standalone operator shelters requires toilet with washbasins, however no shower or changing facility is required No windows shall be provided.

6.17.3

Functional requirements
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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS o o o o 6.17.4 Air conditioned building with split air-conditioning unit. Fire and gas detection system, Fire fighting system. Lockers Desk space

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Shall be located one per unit, within 50m of the edge of the unit incase there is no Substation/SIS building having this facility.

6.18 6.18.1

SATELLITE WORKSHOPS Concept This workshop would serve up to 6 process units for repair of relatively small equipment, and welding. The building will consist of single bay of workshop with a 2 Ton EOT crane.

6.18.2

Facility Description o o o o o o Single storied Blast resilient building construction with precast /cast-in-situ concrete walls and roofing system Storage of tools and some spares Technicians offices for Electrical/Mechanical & Control systems. Small lunch room for 15 workers Prayer Room Toilets, showers and lockers Air conditioned building. Fire and gas detection system, fire fighting & safety equipments. Doors and ramped access from roads for forklift to main bay Cycle and Cart Stand Small toilet block directly accessible from outside.

6.18.3

Functional requirements o o o

6.18.4

Specific requirements o o

6.19 6.19.1

OIL AND CHEMICAL SHELTERS Concept The shelters are for storing chemical totes/ drums used for dosing. Location of these shelters is near the process units requiring most of the dosing.

6.19.2

Facility Description o o o o Un-manned Shed with metal roofing Curbed area with sump sloping away from ramp/ access Ramped Access through small forklift from roads Racks for storing drums
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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS 6.19.3 6.19.4 6.20 6.21.1 6.21.2 6.21.3 Functional requirements o

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Access to drums by small forklift shall be provided with 2m wide aisle No walls in shed

Specific requirements o CATALYST STORAGE BUILDINGS Concept This is to store Catalyst used for stripper unit. Facility Description o Single storied Un-manned metal building. Accessible from road through forklifts Air-conditioned with fire and gas detection system, fire fighting and safety equipments No natural light inside building Functional requirements o o

6.21.4 6.21 6.22.1

Specific requirements o JETTY SATELLITE INSTRUMENT SHELTERS Concept This is normally un-manned building to house the control system cabinets and to control loading arm movement and berth operability in Jetty area.

6.22.2

Facility Description o o Single storied blast resistant building. The instrument room and UPS need to have a false floor. Entrance air-lock to Instrument Room. Air Conditioned. Fire and gas detection system, Fire fighting and safety system No windows

6.22.3

Functional requirements o o o

6.22.4 6.22 6.23.1

Specific requirements o JETTY CONTROL AND SUB-STATION BUILDING Concept This is a manned building with sub-station on ground floor & control room on first floor in Jetty area. Control room of this building is used to monitor and control all the activities happening in jetty area.

6.23.2

Facility Description o Two storied Blast Resilient building construction.


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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS o o o o o o o The switchgear room, Battery and HVAC rooms on Ground Floor Offices for operators Offices for Support engineers ( DCS, automation, network) Server room Emergency controller Meeting room A small Pantry and Prayer Area on first floor.

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6.23.3 Functional requirements o Air Conditioned with Fire and gas detection system, fire fighting and safety system Control Room and support areas to have false floor. 6.23.4 Specific Requirements o 6.23 6.23.1 JETTY GUARD HOUSE Concept The security guards and the Navy personnel sitting in this building allow the movement of authorized persons, passenger vehicles for entering into the refinery from the Jetty side. 6.24.2 Facility Description o o o o 6.24.3 Single floor structure with RCC Columns and Beams normal construction with infill of block work/glazing. Building to Navy personnel. Office for security supervisor and small waiting area Toilet and small platform for making tea/coffee with a sink. Signage area and control bars for stoppage and release of vehicles Camera and CCTV inside the building Air conditioned with a window air conditioner/split units. Ventilation through exhaust fan. Lockers for security personnel. Fire and gas detection system, Fire fighting & safety equipments Barriers / sliding gates need to be provided to control and monitor vehicular traffic

Functional requirements o o o o o o

6.24.4 6.24 6.24.1

Specific requirements o MARINE BUILDING Concept The Marine Coordinator and shift supervisor assign Marine officers to berthing stations for supervising loading and unloading facility at berths.

6.24.2

Facility Description
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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS o o 6.24.3

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Single floor structure with RCC Columns and Beams normal construction with infill of block work/glazing. Toilet and small platform for making tea/coffee with a sink. Air conditioned with a window air conditioner/split units. Ventilation through exhaust fan. Lockers for security personnel. Fire and gas detection system, Fire fighting & safety equipments

Functional requirements o o o o

6.24.4

Specific requirements Weighing bridge to be provided for trucks/lorries carrying material

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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS APPENDIX A -LIST OF SPECIFICATIONS 5578-SP-PU-00101 5578-AMD-CU-001 5578-AMD-CU-002 5578-AMD-EU-027 5578-AMD-IS-003 5578-AMD-MU-200 5578-AMD-AU-051 5578-AMD-AU-052 5578-AMD-AU-053 5578-AMD-AU-054 5578-AMD-AU-055 5578-AMD-AU-056 5578-AMD-AU-057 5578-AMD-AU-058 5578-AMD-AU-063 5578-AMD-AU-064 Basic Engineering Design Data

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Specification for Civil Engineering Design Criteria Specification for Structural Engineering Design Criteria Electrical Services in Buildings Specification for Fire and Gas Detection Systems Specification for Fire Protection Design Basis Specification for Concrete ( Buildings) Specification for Masonry Specification for Architectural Metals Specification for Wood and Plastics Specification for Thermal and Moisture Protection Specification for Doors and Windows Specification for Architectural Finishes Specification for Architectural Specialities Specification for HVAC System Specification for Plumbing

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SUMMARY STAFFING PLAN FOR RUWAIS REFINERY EXPANSION

RRD Building name


GUARD HOUSE ADMINSTRATION BUILDING CANTEEN BUILDING ARCHIVE BUILDING REFINERY GATE HOUSE TECHNICAL/ MAINTENANCE BUILDING GENERAL SERVICES BUILDING MAIN WORKSHOP MAIN WAREHOUSE CHEMICAL WAREHOUSE OPEN SHADED WAREHOUSE OPEN YARD WAREHOUSE CARPENTRY AND PAINT SHOP VEHICLE WORKSHOP TELECOM BUILDING FIRE AND SAFETY BUILDING LABORATORY BUILDING CENTRAL CONTROL BUILDING SATELLITE INSTRUMENT SHELTERS AND SUBSTATIONS SUBSTATION BUILDING ( STANDALONE) OPERATOR SHELTERS ( STANDALONE) SATELLITE WORKSHOP SATELLITE WORKSHOP SATELLITE WORKSHOP SATELLITE WORKSHOP SATELLITE WORKSHOP SATELLITE WORKSHOP JETTY SATELLITE WORKSHOP OIL AND CHEMICAL SHELTERS CATALYST STORAGE BUILDING JETTY SATELLITE INSTRUMENT SHELTER JETTY CONTROL AND SUB-STATION BUILDING MARINE BUILDING JETTY GUARD HOUSE TOTAL ( for reference only) 4 68 0 6 9 125 18 48 27 0 0 0 7 6 0 42 30 39 0 0 20 16 16 16 16 16 16 10 0 0 0 0 17 3 575

RRE
5 98 25 12 13 182 28 69 35 5 0 0 8 8 3 50 48 62 24 0 30 16 16 16 16 16 16 11 0 0 0 0 23 5 840

Increase in RRE compared to RRD 25% 44% New Building at RRE 100% 44% 46% 56% 44% 30%

Remarks

Specific Staff for RRE Chemical Warehouse Normally Unmanned, managed by Main Warehouse Normally Unmanned, managed by Main Warehouse 14% 33% Specific Staff for RRE Telecom Building 19% RRD staffing is based on new building at RRD 60% RRD staffing is based on new building at RRD 59% Normally Unmanned SIS, managed by Maintenance staff Average manning of 2 operators in 24 SIS buildings Normally Unmanned, managed by Maintenance staff 50% 20 Operators in RRD. Average manning of 2 in 15 standalone 0% Number of workshop is increased from 4 in RRD to 6 in RRE 0% Number of workshop is increased from 4 in RRD to 6 in RRE 0% Number of workshop is increased from 4 in RRD to 6 in RRE 0% Number of workshop is increased from 4 in RRD to 6 in RRE 0% Number of workshop is increased from 4 in RRD to 6 in RRE 0% Number of workshop is increased from 4 in RRD to 6 in RRE 10% Normally Unmanned, managed by Maintenance staff Normally Unmanned, managed by Maintenance staff Normally Unmanned, managed by Maintenance staff Normally Unmanned, managed by Maintenance staff 35% 67% 146%

NOTE:
1. Staffing at RRE shall be approximately 40% more than the RRD stafiing. 2. Within the area of the building identified, possibility of modifying the staffing could be considered by CONTRACTOR for appropriate allocation of resources 3. For detail breakdown of staffing, refer staffing details of each building in following sheets.

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ADMINISTRATION BUILDING
Sr. No Designation RRD ( for reference only)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47

RRDM Secretary to RRDM DRM Secretary to DRM Operation Advisor Maintenance Manager Secretary to Maint Manager Administration Manager Secretary to Admin Mgr SEF(Safety, Environment, Fire) Manager Secretary to SEF mgr Technical Service Manager Secretary to Tech Service Mgr Engineering Development Manager Secretary to Engg Dev Mgr Major Project Coordinator Secretary to Project Coordinator CMC (Crisis Management Center) Production Planning Economics Section Head Sr. Production Planning Engineer Sr. Performance Monitoring Engineer Production Planning Engineer Production Planning Accountant Production Planning Accountant Asst Plant Accountant Sr .Safety Engineer Personnel Section Head Secretary to Personnel Section Head Senior personnel officer Personnel officer Personnel Staff Automation Section Head Tea Boy Scanning (with Document clerk) Messenger Clerk ( incl Document Clerk) Helper Security Guard Quality Manager Secretary to Quality Manager Training Officer (Spare) (Manager) Secretary to Training Officer (Spare) Office for Govt official/ Visitor ( Manager) Service Lift Operator Manager( Spare) Secretary to Manager (Spare) Drivers TOTAL

1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 2 5 4 0 1 3 1 1 5 1 2 3 2 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 68
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RRE 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 7 3 7 5 1 1 4 1 2 7 1 3 4 3 3 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 98

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Sr. No Designation RRD ( for reference only)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54

Engg. Development Section Head Sr. Development Engineer ( incl spare) Development Engineer Sr. Civil Engineer Civil Engineer Design Draftsman Electrical Engineer Instr/Controls Engineer ( incl spare) Project Engineer Sr. Process Engineer Sr. Controls Engineer Process Engineer Section Head Sr Process Engineer Process Engineer Quality Coordinator Sr. Automation Engineer Sr. System Engineer System Engineer Automation Engineer Computer Support - Contractor Subtotal for Technical Division Maintenance Superintendent Mechanical Section Head T/A Planning Section Head Electrical Section Head Engg. & Planning Support Section Head Act. Control Sec. Head Sr Controls Engineer Sr Electrical Engineer Sr Mechanical Engineer Sr Rotating Equipment Engineer Sr Planning Engineer Planning Engineer Planner ( incl spare) - Reliability/ Plant Preventive Maint. Mechanical Engineer Control Engineer Cost Control Engineer Materials & Contracts Engineer Mechanical Supervisor Electrical Supervisor Controls Supervisor Contract Assistant Technical Clerk ( incl spare) Tea Boy MTC Messenger Inspection Section Head Sr. Corrossion Engineer Sr. Inspection Engineer Inspection Engineer Corrossion Protection Engineer Inspector NDT Technician W.P. Operator TPI Helper/ Cleaning Boys Subtotal for Maintenance Division TOTAL

1 1 3 1 6 3 1 0 2 2 1 1 4 10 0 1 1 7 2 2 49 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 2 3 1 1 3 8 3 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 8 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 4 5 1 1 8 76 125

RRE 1 2 4 2 9 5 1 1 2 2 2 1 8 18 1 2 2 9 3 3 78 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 3 5 2 2 5 11 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 3 1 1 1 1 9 1 6 7 2 1 9 104 182

Division

Technical Technical Technical Technical Technical Technical Technical Technical Technical Technical Technical Technical Technical Technical Technical Technical Technical Technical Technical Technical Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance

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CENTRAL CONTROL BUILDING
Sr. No Designation RRD ( for reference only) RRE

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Control Room Manager Section Head ( Process, Utility, offsites) Shift Controller Operator Supervisor Senior Operator Panel Operator Process Engineers Support Engineers ( DCS/ Automation/ Network) Secretary Helper TOTAL

2 4 1 4 1 17 4 0 3 3 39

2 7 1 9 3 24 6 2 4 4 62

FIRE AND SAFETY BUILDING


Sr. No Designation RRD ( for reference only) RRE

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Safety and Environmnet Section Head Sr Safety Engineer Safety Engineer Sr. Environment Engineer Occupational Health Specialist Environmental Technicians Subtotal in Safety Division Fire Section Head Shift Supervisor Fire Section Administrators Day Shift Supervisor Technical Officers Fire Fighting persons Subtotal in Fire Division TOTAL

1 2 10 1 1 2 17 1 1 2 2 4 15 25 42

1 2 12 2 1 2 20 1 1 2 2 4 20 30 50

CANTEEN BUILDING
Sr. No Designation RRD ( for reference only) RRE

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Canteen Supervisor/ Section Head Chief Chef Assistant Chef Cook Serving staff Store Keeper Helper (Dishwashing) Janitor TOTAL

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 2 7 4 2 6 2 25

ARCHIVE BUILDING
Sr. No Designation RRD ( for reference only) RRE

1 2 3 4 5

Archive Section Head Secretary to Archive Section Head Records Clerk Reprogapher/ Scanner Helper (Document shredding and disposal) TOTAL

0 0 3 3 0 6

1 1 5 4 1 12

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LABORATORY BUILDING
Sr. No Designation RRD ( for reference only)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

Laboratory Section Head Secretary Lab Supervisor Lab Chemist ( Water Lab) Lab Assistant ( Water Lab) Lab Chemist - Jet Fuel Lab Lab Assistant - Jet Fuel Lab Lab Chemist - Gasoil Lab Lab Assistant - Gasoil Lab Lab Chemist - Sulphur Lab Lab Assistant - Sulphur Lab Lab Chemist - Petro Lab Lab Assistant - Petro Lab Lab Chemist - Octane Lab Lab Assistant - Octane Lab Senior Lab Chemist - Analytical Lab Lab Assistant - Analytical Lab Lab Chemist - Gas Lab Lab Assistant - Gas Lab Lab Chemist - Day Lab Lab Assistant - Day Lab Lab Chemist - Shift Lab Lab Assistant - Shift Lab Computer Data Clerk Records Room clerk Printing / Scanning Helper Tea Boys Sample Collectors TOTAL

1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 30

RRE 1 1 4 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 2 48

GENERAL SERVICES BUILDING


Sr. No Designation RRD ( for reference only)

RRE

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

General Services Section Head Services Officer Personnel Assistant Housing Assistant Janitor (for all buildings in Service Zone) Subcontractors for building repair/ maintenance Driver ( CAR) Driver (BUS) TOTAL

1 6 1 1 0 0 3 6 18

1 7 1 1 2 2 4 10 28

TELECOM BUILDING
Sr. No Designation RRD ( for reference only)

RRE

1 2 3

Telecom Operator Technician Computer Assistant TOTAL

0 0 0 0

1 1 1 3

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GUARD HOUSE
Sr. No Designation RRD ( for reference only)

1 2

Supervisor (Govt Officer) Army Personnel TOTAL

1 3 4

RRE 1 4 5

REFINERY GATE HOUSE


Sr. No Designation RRD ( for reference only)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

TAKREER - Senior Security Super visor TAKREER - Supervisor Senior - Supervisor - Spark Supervisor - Spark Officer - Spark Security Guard- Spark Officer ( Spare) TOTAL

1 2 1 1 1 3 0 9

RRE 1 2 1 2 1 5 1 13

JETTY GUARD HOUSE


Sr. No Designation RRD ( for reference only)

1 2

Supervisor (Govt Officer) Navy personnel TOTAL

1 2 3

RRE 1 4 5

MARINE BUILDING
Sr. No Designation RRD ( for reference only)

1 2 3 4 5

Marine Coordinator Asst. Marine Coordinator Shift Supervisor Marine officer Officer ( spare) TOTAL

1 1 4 11 0 17

RRE 1 1 6 14 1 23

MAIN WAREHOUSE
Sr. No Designation RRD ( for reference only)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Warehouse Section Head Warehouse Supervisor Inventory Checker Secretary Senior Store Keeper Store Keeper ( Electrical) Store Keeper (Instr and electronic cards) Store Keeper (Piping valves, welding rod) Contractors (Forklift driver, helper ) TOTAL

1 1 1 1 3 0 0 0 20 27

RRE 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 26 35

CHEMICAL WAREHOUSE
Sr. No Designation RRD ( for reference only)

1 2

Chemical Store Keeper Contractor - warehouse TOTAL

0 0 0

RRE 1 4 5

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APPENDIX B - STAFFING AT RUWAIS REFINERY EXPANSION (CONTD.)


MAIN WORKSHOP
Sr. No Designation RRD ( for reference only)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Maint. Supervisor I/C Technician Elect. Technician Mech. Technician Conditioning Monitoring Technician Mechanical Technician Electrical Technician Instrument Technician ( incl spare) Fitter/Welder/Turner (certified subcontractors only) TOTAL

1 5 5 3 4 1 1 8 20 48

RRE 1 7 7 5 7 1 1 12 28 69

CARPENTRY AND PAINT SHOP


Sr. No Designation RRD ( for reference only)

1 2

Workshop Supervisor Contractors TOTAL

1 6 7

RRE 1 7 8

VEHICLE WORKSHOP
Sr. No Designation RRD ( for reference only)

1 2 3

Workshop Supervisor Store/ Spare Parts keeper Mechanic - Contractor TOTAL

1 1 4 6

RRE 1 1 6 8

SATELLITE WORKSHOP
Sr. No Designation RRD ( for reference only)

1 2 3 4

Maint. Supervisor I/C Technician Elect. Technician Mech. Technician TOTAL

3 4 4 5 16

RRE 3 4 4 5 16

JETTY SATELLITE WORKSHOP


Sr. No Designation RRD ( for reference only)

1 2 3 4

Maint. Supervisor I/C Technician Elect. Technician Mech. Technician TOTAL

0 2 2 6 10

RRE 1 2 2 6 11

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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS APPENDIX C ROOM SIZES PER DESIGNATION


Minimum Room dimension ( meters)

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Designation

Building

No of persons in room

Minimum office Area (Square meter )

Comparable Designations

Remarks

RRDM DRM Manager Project Coordinator Superintendent

Administration Administration Administration Administration Technical/ Maintenance Technical/ Maintenance, Control Bldg, Archive, Admin, Lab, Fire Station, Control Building Guard House Control Building Technical/ Maintenance Administration Technical/ Maintenance Technical/ Maintenance Technical/ Maintenance Technical/ Maintenance All Bldgs Technical/ Maintenance Control Building Technical/ Maintenance Warehouse

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 All All 1 1 1 4 All 2 2 2 All All

6 5 5 5 3.6 3.6 3.6 3 3 3.6 3.6 3.6 3.6 3.6 3.6 3.6 3.6 3.6 3 3 3 3.6 NIL 3 3 3 3 3

55 45 35 35 18 18 18 16 16 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 18 16 12 12 24 NIL 16 16 16 16 16
Reprographic clerks (Archive) Personal Officer ( admin) Sr Personnel Officer( admin) Contract assistant (Technical/ Maintenance) Scientists (Laboratory) Quality Coordinator(Admin) Operation Advisor ( Admin)

With separate attached conf room and toilet Applicable for all designations ending with title "manager"

Section Head

Shift Controller Security Supervisors Senior Operators Inspectors Accountant Inst.Technician Elect. Technician Mech. Technician NDT Technician General Service Personnel Draftsman Operation Supervisor ( Common Discussion Room) Sr. Engineer

Gardener will have a separate of room of 12 sqm All in a hall Room in addition to allocated open space (9 sqm) in Console room

Storekeeper Secretary Secretary/ Clerk Panel Operator Engineer Planners Maintenance Supervisor Fitter/Welder/Turner ( common room for all in one bldg) Helpers/ tea Boy ( common room for all in one bldg) All Bldgs except Administration Administration Control Building Technical/ Maintenance Technical/ Maintenance Technical/ Maintenance Main Workshop Satellite workshop All Bldgs

Inside Control room at console desk

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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS APPENDIX D KEY FACILITY AND PARKING AREAS


D1 - KEY FACILITY AREA
Building Specific Key Facility Building Minimum Room dimension ( meters) Minimum room Area (Square meter )

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Remarks

Building Management System Crisis Management Center (CMC) Support Room ( next to CMC) Auditorium

Administration Administration Administration Administration Administration, Technical/Maintenance, Central Control, Laboratory Archive Bldg.

4 6 4 12 3

30 70 30 250 12
as appropriate based on size and use of building For approx 150 persons excluding foyer, toilet etc.

Filing and Record Rooms

Document archival Area

20 6 4 3 6 6 4 4 2.5

700 60 24 16

Tentative size would be 40% higher than existing archive area of RRD (20m x 25m) approx

Technical Library Drafting Area

Archive Bldg. Archive Bldg. Administration, Technical/Maintenance, Central Control, Laboratory Administration Fire and Safety Building Laboratory Technical/Maintenance Administration, Archive, Technical/Maintenance, Central Control, Laboratory Administration, Archive, Technical/Maintenance, Central Control, Laboratory Fire and Safety Building

In addition to draftman area in technical building

Conference/Meeting Room

Actual size would be suited to building requirement.

Training Room Fire Control Centre Apparatus Store Operator Training Simulator room

60 80 24 24 10

Actual size would be suited to building requirement.

Two rooms to be adjacent to each other. Size of each room to be approx.24 sqm

Scanning Rooms

OR as appropriate based on size and use of building

Printing Room

2.5

10
OR as appropriate based on size and use of building

First Aid Room

3 3

12
Only a Nurse and patient check-up table

Mail Room

Administration

12
as appropriate based on size, use and occupance of buildings.Female toilets and handwash facilities in Admn.,Archive,Tech.Services/Maintenace, laboratory, Control Building and Canteen Bldgs. as appropriate except in Archive/Telecom Buildings as appropriate

Amenities and Utility Areas

All

2 2 4 2 3

10 9 20 9 12

Exclusive waiting areas close to senior officials Pantry/Snacks room Reception/Foyers/Waiting areas

Administration All All Administration, Archive, Technical/Maintenance, Central Control, Laboratory

Server Room

as appropriate

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APPENDIX D KEY FACILITY AND PARKING AREA ( CONTD.)


D2 - PARKING AREAS

Building Name

Covered Employee Visitor Car Handicap Car Reserved Car Parking Parking Parking Car Parking
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 12 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 8 0 76 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 35 10 20 0 329 10 10 6 8 60 100 4 4 3 1 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 4 0 59 9 15 8 0 0 0 2 30 18 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6

Trucks / Bus Parking


2 10 2 0 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 23

GUARD HOUSE (FIRST ENTRANCE) REFINERY GATE HOUSE JETTY GUARD HOUSE MARINE BUILDING CANTEEN BUILDING GENERAL SERVICES BLDG ARCHIVE BUILDING ADMINISTRATION TECHNICAL/ MAINTENANCE BUILDING MAIN WAREHOUSE CHEMICAL WAREHOUSE VEHICLE WORKSHOP CARPENTRY AND PAINT SHOP MAIN WORKSHOP SATELLITE WORKSHOP SATELLITE WORKSHOP SATELLITE WORKSHOP SATELLITE WORKSHOP SATELLITE WORKSHOP SATELLITE WORKSHOP SATELLITE WORKSHOP - JETTY MAIN CONTROL BUILDING FIRE AND SAFETY LABORATORY TELECOM BUILDING TOTAL NOTES:

1. Covered reserved parking shall be provided for all management positions ( eg Section Heads, Managers etc). 2. Employee Car parking, inclduing covered parking shall be provided for 50% of the employees. Balance 50% of the employees shall use Bus services of RRE. 3. Handicap Parking shall be alloted to Guard House, Administration Building and Technical / Maintenance Building.

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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BASIS APPENDIX E LIST OF CONCEPTUAL DOCUMENTS


Company Dwg. No. 5578-TEC-CU-001 5578-DGS-AU-050 5578-DGS-AU-051 5578-1052-AU-D-001 5578-1052-AU-D-002 5578-1052-AU-D-003 5578-1052-AU-D-004 5578-1052-AU-D-005 5578-1052-AU-D-006 5578-1052-AU-D-007 5578-1052-AU-D-024 5578-1052-AU-D-041 5578-1052-AU-D-042 5578-1052-AU-D-043 5578-1052-AU-D-044 5578-1052-AU-D-045 5578-1052-AU-D-046 5578-1052-AU-D-047 5578-1052-AU-D-048 5578-1052-AU-D-049 5578-1052-AU-D-050 5578-1052-AU-D-051 5578-1052-AU-D-052 5578-1052-AU-D-053 5578-1052-AU-D-054 5578-1052-AU-D-055 5578-1052-AU-D-056 5578-1052-AU-D-057 5578-1052-AU-D-058 5578-1052-AU-D-059 5578-1052-AU-D-060 5578-1052-AU-D-061 5578-1052-AU-D-062 5578-1052-AU-D-063 5578-1052-AU-D-064 5578-1052-AU-D-065 5578-1052-AU-D-066 5578-1052-AU-D-067 5578-1052-AU-D-068 5578-1052-AU-D-069 5578-1052-AU-D-070 5578-1052-AU-D-071 5578-1052-AU-D-072 5578-1052-AU-D-073 5578-1052-AU-D-075 5578-1052-AU-D-076 5578-1052-AU-D-079 5578-1052-AU-D-080 5578-1052-AU-D-081 5578-1052-AU-D-082 5578-1052-AU-D-083 5578-1052-AU-D-084 5578-1052-AU-D-085 5578-1052-AU-D-101 DocumentDescription

DGS-AU-050 Rev-0 Mar 2006

Architectural - Building List Architectural Specification-Architectural Design Basis Architectural Specification-Architectural Fitting Schedule Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Control Building Building Plans - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter Building Plans - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter Building Plans - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter Building Plans - Substation (Sea water intake) Building Plans - Combined Substation & Control room Jetty area Building Plans - Satellite Instrument Shelter Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Operator Shelter Ground Floor & Roof Plans Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Sub-Station Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Substation Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Substation Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Substation Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Substation Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Substation Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Substation Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Main Workshop - Ground & Mezzanine Floor Plans Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Warehouse Building Ground & Mezzanine Floor Plans Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Satelite Workshop Ground Floor & Roof Plans Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Control Building Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Laboratory Building Ground Floor Plan Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Fire Station Building Ground Floor Plan Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Administration Building Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Administration Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Canteen Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Telecomms Building Ground Floor & Roof Plan Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Main Gate House Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Refinery Guard House Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Jetty SIS/Sub-Station Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Jetty Control Building Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Archive Building - Ground Floor Plan Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Archive Building First Floor & Lift Machine Room Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Technical Services Building Ground Floor & Roof Pla Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - General Services Building - Ground Floor & Roof Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Car Parking and Sunshades Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Control building - Building sections and elevations Initials

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APPENDIX E- LIST OF CONCEPTUAL DOCUMENTS ( CONTD)


Company Dwg. No. 5578-1052-AU-D-102 5578-1052-AU-D-103 5578-1052-AU-D-104 5578-1052-AU-D-105 5578-1052-AU-D-106 5578-1052-AU-D-107 5578-1052-AU-D-124 5578-1052-AU-D-141 5578-1052-AU-D-142 5578-1052-AU-D-143 5578-1052-AU-D-144 5578-1052-AU-D-145 5578-1052-AU-D-146 5578-1052-AU-D-147 5578-1052-AU-D-148 5578-1052-AU-D-149 5578-1052-AU-D-150 5578-1052-AU-D-151 5578-1052-AU-D-152 5578-1052-AU-D-153 5578-1052-AU-D-154 5578-1052-AU-D-155 5578-1052-AU-D-156 5578-1052-AU-D-157 5578-1052-AU-D-158 5578-1052-AU-D-159 5578-1052-AU-D-160 5578-1052-AU-D-161 5578-1052-AU-D-162 5578-1052-AU-D-163 5578-1052-AU-D-164 5578-1052-AU-D-165 5578-1052-AU-D-166 5578-1052-AU-D-167 5578-1052-AU-D-168 5578-1052-AU-D-169 5578-1052-AU-D-170 5578-1052-AU-D-171 5578-1052-AU-D-172 5578-1052-AU-D-173 5578-1052-AU-D-175 5578-1052-AU-D-176 5578-1052-AU-D-179 5578-1052-AU-D-180 5578-1052-AU-D-181 5578-1052-AU-D-183 5578-1052-AU-D-184 5578-1052-AU-D-185 5578-1052-AU-D-201 5578-1052-AU-D-202 5578-1052-AU-D-203 5578-1052-AU-D-204 5578-1052-AU-D-205 5578-1052-AU-D-206 DocumentDescription Architectural Conceptual drawing - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter-Elevation & Section Architectural conceptual drawing - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter-Elevation & Section Architectural conceptual drawing - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter-Elevation & Section Architectural conceptual drawing - Substation (Sea water intake)-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual drawing- Combined Substation & Control room Jetty area-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual drawing - Satellite Instrument Shelter-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Operator Shelter Elevations & Sections Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Substation-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Substation -Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Substation -Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Substation -Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Substation -Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Substation -Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Substation -Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Combined Substation & Satellite Instrument Shelter-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Main Workshop - Elevations & Sections Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Warehouse Building Elevations & Sections Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Satellite Workshop Elevations & Sections Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Control Building - Building Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Laboratory - Building Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Fire Station - Building Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Administration Building - Building Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Administration - Building Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Canteen - Building Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Telecomms - Building Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Main Gate house - Building Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Refinery Guard House No 1 - Building Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Jetty Satellite Instrument Shelter - Elevation and Sections Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Jetty Control and Substation Building - Elevation and Sections Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Archives Building Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Technical Services Building Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - General Services Building - Elevation & Section Architechural Conceptual Drwg -Car Parking & Sunshade Architectural Finishing Schedule - Control Building Architectural Finishing Schedule - Satellite Instrument Shelter Architectural Finishing Schedule - Substation Architectural Finishing Schedule - Warehouse Architectural Finishing Schedule - Satellite Workshops Architectural Finishing Schedule - Fire Station

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APPENDIX E- LIST OF CONCEPTUAL DOCUMENTS ( CONTD)


Company Dwg. No. 5578-1052-AU-D-207 5578-1052-AU-D-208 5578-1052-AU-D-209 5578-1052-AU-D-210 5578-1052-AU-D-212 5578-1052-AU-D-213 5578-1052-AU-D-214 5578-1052-AU-D-215 5578-1052-AU-D-216 5578-1052-AU-D-217 5578-1052-AU-D-218 5578-1052-AU-D-219 5578-1052-AU-D-221 5578-1052-AU-D-222 5578-1052-AU-D-401 5578-1052-AU-D-402 5578-1052-AU-D-403 5578-1052-AU-D-405 5578-1052-AU-D-406 5578-1052-AU-D-407 5578-1052-AU-D-408 5578-1052-AU-D-409 5578-1052-AU-D-411 5578-1052-AU-D-414 5578-1052-AU-B-020 5578-1052-AU-B-021 5578-1052-AU-B-022 5578-1052-AU-B-023 5578-1052-AU-B-024 5578-1052-AU-B-025 5578-1052-AU-B-026 5578-1052-AU-B-027 5578-1052-AU-B-028 5578-1052-AU-B-029 5578-1052-AU-B-030 5578-1052-AU-B-031 5578-1052-AU-B-033 5578-1052-AU-B-034 5578-1052-AU-B-035 5578-1052-AU-B-036 5578-1052-AU-B-037 5578-1052-AU-B-038 5578-1052-AU-B-039 5578-1052-AU-B-040 5578-1052-AU-B-041 5578-1052-AU-B-042 5578-1052-AU-B-043 5578-1052-AU-B-050 5578-1052-AU-B-051 5578-1052-AU-B-052 5578-1052-AU-B-053 5578-1052-AU-B-054 5578-1052-AU-B-055 5578-1052-AU-B-056 DocumentDescription Architectural Finishing Schedule - Administration Building Architectural Finishing Schedule - Main Workshop Architectural Finishing Schedule - Administration Building Architectural Finishing Schedule - Canteen Building Architectural Finishing Schedule - Laboratory Architectural Finishing Schedule - Telecomms Building Architectural Finishing Schedule - Main Gate House Architectural Finishing Schedule - Refinery Guard House Architectural Finishing Schedule - Jetty Substation Architectural Finishing Schedule - Jetty Control Building Architectural Finishing Schedule - Archives Building Architectural Finishing Schedule - Operator shelter Architectural Finishing Schedule - Technical Services Building Architectural Finishing Schedule - General Services Building Building Perspectives - Control Building Building Perspectives - Satellite Instrument Shelter Building Perspectives - Substation Building Perspectives - Workshop Building Perspectives - Fire Station Building Perspectives - Administration Building Building Perspectives - Satellite Workshop Building Perspectives - Archives Building Building Perspectives - Canteen Building Building Perspectives - Technical Services Building Conceptual Sketches - Clinic Building Conceptual Hand Sketches - Satellite Workshop Conceptual Hand Sketches - Operator Shelter Conceptual Hand Sketches - Archive Building Conceptual Sketches - Mosque Conceptual Hand Sketches - General Services Conceptual Hand Sketches - Warehouse Conceptual Hand Sketches - Warehouse Conceptual Hand Sketches - Main Control Building Conceptual Hand Sketches - Sub-Station Conceptual Hand Sketches - Satellite Instrument Shelter Conceptual Hand Sketches - Fire Station Conceptual Hand Sketches - Technical Services Conceptual Hand Sketches - Canteen Conceptual Hand Sketches - Administration Building Conceptual Hand Sketches - Administration Building Conceptual Hand Sketches - Main Workshop Conceptual Hand Sketches - Main Workshop Conceptual Hand Sketches - Laboratory Conceptual Hand Sketches- Telecom Building Conceptual Hand Sketches- Main Refinery Gate House Conceptual Hand Sketches- Location & Orientation plan Conceptual Hand Sketches- Location & Orientation plan Conceptual Hand Perspective - Administration Building Conceptual Hand Perspective - Canteen Building Conceptual Hand Perspective - Archive Building Conceptual Hand Perspective - Main Control Building Conceptual Hand Perspective - Technical Services Building Conceptual Hand Perspective - Maintenance Building Conceptual Hand Perspective - Main Refinery Gate House

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APPENDIX E- LIST OF CONCEPTUAL DOCUMENTS
Company Dwg. No. 5578-1510-AU-D-001 5578-1510-AU-D-002 5578-1510-AU-D-101 5578-1052-AU-D-090 5578-1052-AU-D-091 5578-1052-AU-D-092 5578-1052-AU-D-093 5578-1052-AU-D-095 5578-1052-AU-D-095 5578-1052-AU-D-095 5578-1052-AU-D-190 5578-1052-AU-D-191 5578-1052-AU-D-192 5578-1052-AU-D-193 5578-1052-AU-D-195 5578-1052-AU-D-195 5578-1052-AU-D-290 5578-1052-AU-D-291 5578-1052-AU-D-292 5578-1052-AU-D-293 5578-1052-AU-D-294 DocumentDescription

DGS-AU-050 Rev-0 Mar 2006

Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Control Building Building Plans - Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Sub-Station No 1 Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Satellite Instrument Shelter No1 - Building Elevation & Section Building Plans-Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Maintenance Building Building Plans-Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Vehicle Workshop Building Plans -Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Chemical Warehouse Building Plans- Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Catalyst Building Building Plans-Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Oil & Chemical Shelter Building Plans-Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Open Yard Ware House Building Plans-Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Open Yard Ware House(Shaded) Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Maintenance Building-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Vehicle Workshop-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Chemical Warehouse-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Catalyst Building-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Oil & Chemical Shelter-Elevation & Section Architectural Conceptual Drwg - Open Ware Shaded-Elevation & Section Architectural Finishing Schedule - Maintenance Building Architectural Finishing Schedule - Vehicle Workshop Architectural Finishing Schedule - Chemical Warehouse Architectural Finishing Schedule - Catalyst Building Architectural Finishing Schedule - Oil & Chemical Shelter

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