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SA13626-WW

NIGERIA : THE PALMS EXTENSION - WETWORKS


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SECTION 1
BILL NO. 1
PRELIMINARIES
CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT AND PRELIMINARIES
The Conditions of Contract are the JBCC Series 2000
Principal Building Agreement inclusive of the Contract
Data Addenda EC and CE (Edition 5.0 (reprint 1) of July
2007) prepared by the Joint Building Contracts Committee Inc
amended as hereinafter described
The ASAQS Preliminaries (August 2010 edition) published
by the Association of South African Quantity Surveyors for use
with the said JBCC Principal Building Agreement inclusive of
the Contract Data Addenda EC and CE shall be deemed to be
incorporated hereinafter
Contractors are referred to the abovementioned documents
for the full intent and meaning of each clause thereof
These clauses are hereinafter referred to by clause number
and heading only. Where standard clauses or alternatives are
not entirely applicable to this agreement such modifications,
corrections or supplements as will apply are given under each
relevant clause heading and such modifications, corrections or
supplements shall take precedence notwithstanding anything
contrary contained in the abovementioned documents
Where any item is not relevant to this specific agreement such
item is marked not applicable
PREAMBLES FOR TRADES
The Model Preambles For Trades (2008 edition) as published
by the Association of South African Quantity Surveyors shall be
deemed to be incorporated in these bills of quantities and no
claims arising from brevity of description of items fully
described in the said Model Preambles will be entertained
Supplementary preambles are incorporated in these bills of
quantities to satisfy the requirements of this project. Such
supplementary preambles shall take precedence over the
provisions of the said Model Preambles
The contractor's prices for all items throughout these bills of
quantities must take account of and include for all of the
obligations, requirements and specifications given in the said
Model Preambles and in any supplementary preambles.
PRICING OF PRELIMINARIES
Should the contractor select Option A in terms of subclause
3.2.1 in the Contract Data (Part two: Data provided by the
Contractor - CE) for the purpose of adjustment of these
preliminaries, the amount entered into the amount column in
these preliminaries is to be divided into one or more of the
three categories provided namely Fixed (F), Value Related (V)
and Time Related (T)
SECTION A - PRINCIPAL BUILDING AGREEMENT
Definitions
2 A Definitions and interpretation (clause 1.0) Item
F:............................ V:........................... T:.........................
Objective and Preparations
2 B Clause 2.0 - Offer, acceptance and performance obligations Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
2 C Clause 3.0 - Documents Item
The principal agent shall decide which portion of the priced
document may be used as a specification of materials and
goods or methods, if any [3.9]
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
2 D Clause 4.0 - Design responsibility Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
2 E Clause 5.0 - Employer's agents Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
2 F Clause 6.0 - Contractor's site representative Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
2 G Clause 7.0 - Compliance with laws and regulations CONT
3 A Clause 8.0 - Works risk Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
3 B Clause 9.0 - Indemnities Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
3 C Clause 10.0 - General insurances Item
F:........................... V:............................T:...........................
3 D Clause 11.0 - Special insurances Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:...........................
3 E Clause 12.0 - Effecting insurances Item
F:............................ V:............................T:..........................
3 F Clause 13.0 - Assignment Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
3 G Clause 14.0 - Security Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
Execution
3 H Clause 15.0 - Preparation for and execution of the works Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
3 J Clause 16.0 - Site and access Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
3 K Clause 17.0 - Contract instructions Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
4 A Clause 18.0 - Setting out of the works Item
The contractor shall notify the principal agent if any
encroachments of adjoining foundations, buildings, structures,
pavements, boundaries, etc. exist in order that the necessary
arrangements may be made for the rectification of any such
encroachments [18.1]
F: ............................ V:...........................T:...........................
4 B Clause 19.0 - Temporary works and plant Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
4 C Clause 20.0 - Nominated subcontractors Item
Refer to the provisions on general attendance hereinafter
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
4 D Clause 21.0 - Selected subcontractors Item
General attendance of n/s subcontractors for pricing by the
contractor shall be in accordance with the n/s agreement.
Notwithstanding this provision, general attendance shall be
deemed to include for the contractor to provide free of charge
to any n/s subcontractor such scaffolding as may reasonably
be required by such n/s subcontractor for the execution of the
relevant subcontract work
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
4 E Clause 22.0 - Employer's direct contractors Item
The employer will have direct contractors on site within the
practical completion dates. The contractor must provide them
access to the site within reasonable terms.
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
4 F Clause 23.0 - Contractor's domestic subcontractors Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
Completion
4 G Clause 24.0 - Practical completion Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
5 A Clause 25.0 - Works completion Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
5 B Clause 26.0 - Final completion Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
5 C Clause 27.0 - Latent defects liability period Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
5 D Clause 28.0 - Sectional completion Item
To be advised by the client
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
5 E Clause 29.0 - Revision of date for practical completion Item
The removal and replacement of materials and/or workmanship
which do not conform to specification or the contract drawings
shall not constitute grounds for the extension of the
construction period nor for the adjustment of the contract
value [29.3]
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
5 F Clause 30.0 - Penalty for late or noncompletion Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
Payment
6 A Clause 31.0 - Interim payment Item
The contractor will be paid within 14 days from the date of issue
of the payment certificate.
The inclusion of materials and goods stored off site in the
amount authorised for payment in terms of clause 31.4 shall be
at the sole discretion of the principal agent and such inclusion
shall only be considered upon the provision, by the contractor,
of an approved guarantee issued by a registered commercial
bank. Clause 31.6.5 is therefore not applicable [31.4.2, 31.6.5]
All payments will be done in Nigeria into a bank account
selected by the contractor. Payments will be done 100% in
Nigerian Naira.
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
6 B Clause 32.0 - Adjustment to the contract value Item
All fluctuations in costs, with the exception of fluctuations in the
rate of Value Added Tax, shall be for the account of the
contractor [32.13]
Where prices are submitted by the contractor or n/s
subcontractor during the progress of the works in respect of
contract instructions or in regard to a claim under the terms
of the agreement and notwithstanding the fact that such prices
may be used in an interim payment certificate, there is to be
no presumption of acceptance. Should the principal agent
wish to accept any such prices prior to the issue of the
certificate of final completion, it shall be in writing
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
6 C Clause 33.0 - Recovery of expense and loss Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
6 D Clause 34.0 - Final account and final payment Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
6 E Clause 35.0 - Payment to other parties Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
Termination
7 A Clause 36.0 - Termination by employer - contractor's default Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
7 B Clause 37.0 - Termination by employer - loss and damage Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
7 C Clause 38.0 - Termination by contractor - employer's default Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
7 D Clause 39.0 - Termination - cessation of the works Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
Dispute
7 E Clause 40.0 - Settlement of disputes Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
Contract agreement
7 F Clause 41.0 - Post tender provisions Item
The required post tender information shall be inserted in the
post tender provisions after consultation with the contractor
F:............................ V:........................... T:.........................
7 G Clause 42.0 - Contractual agreement Item
The required information of the contracting parties and the
amount of the accepted contract sum shall be inserted in the
contractual agreement for signature of the agreement by the
contracting parties
F:............................ V:........................... T:.........................
SECTION B - PRELIMINARIES
Definitions and interpretation
7 H Clause 1.0 - Definitions and interpretation Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
Documents
8 A Clause 2.1 - Checking of documents Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
8 B Clause 2.2 - Bills of quantities CONT
The quantities are provisional
Yes
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................ Item
8 C Clause 2.3 - Availability of construction documentation Item
Construction documentation is complete
No
The budgetary allowances and provisional amounts included
in this agreement will be separately procured, based on
multiple procurement of selected subcontractors during the
construction period
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
Previous work and adjoining properties
8 D Clause 3.1 - Previous work - dimensional accuracy Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
8 E Clause 3.2 - Previous work - defects Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
8 F Clause 3.3 - Inspection of adjoining properties Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
Samples, shop drawings and manufacturer's instructions
8 G Clause 4.1 - Samples of materials Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
8 H Clause 4.2 - Workmanship samples Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
9 A Clause 4.3 - Shop drawings Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
9 B Clause 4.4 - Compliance with manufacturer's instructions Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
Deposits and fees
9 C Clause 5.1 - Deposits and fees Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
Temporary services
9 D Clause 6.1 - Water Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
9 E Clause 6.2 - Electricity Item
The contractor is required to make a timeous application for
builders supply. No claims in this regard will be entertained
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
9 F Clause 6.3 - Telecommunication facilities Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
9 G Clause 6.4 - Ablution facilities Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
Prime cost amounts
9 H Clause 7.1 - Responsibility for prime cost amounts Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
Special attendance on n/s subcontractors
9 J Clause 8.1 - Special attendance Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
General
10 A Clause 9.1 - Protection of the works Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
10 B Clause 9.2 - Protection/isolation of existing/sectionally occupied Item
works
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
10 C Clause 9.3 - Security of the works Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
10 D Clause 9.4 - Notice before covering work Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
10 E Clause 9.5 - Disturbance Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
10 F Clause 9.6 - Environmental disturbance Item
F:............................. V:............................ T: .........................
10 G Clause 9.7 - Works cleaning and clearing Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
10 H Clause 9.8 - Vermin Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
10 J Clause 9.9 - Overhand work Item
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
SECTION C - SPECIFIC PRELIMINARIES
10 K Site instructions Item
Contract instructions issued on site are to be recorded in
triplicate in a site instruction book which is to be maintained on
site by the contractor
F:............................. V:............................ T:............................
11 A Warranties for material and workmanship Item
Where warranties for materials and/or workmanship are called
for, the contractor shall obtain a written warranty, addressed to
the employer, from the firm supplying the materials and/or
doing the work and shall deliver same to the principal agent
on the final completion of the contract. The warranty shall
state that workmanship, materials and installation are
warranteed for a specified period from the date of final
completion and that any defects that may arise during the
specified period shall be made good at the expense of the firm
supplying the materials and/or doing the work, upon written
notice to do so. The warranty will not be enforced if the work is
damaged by defects in the construction of the building in
which case the responsibility for replacement shall rest entirely
with the contractor
F:.......................V:.........................T:............................
11 B Co-operation of the contractor for cost management Item
It is specifically agreed that the contractor accepts the
obligation of assisting the principal agent in implementing
proper cost management. The contractor will be advised by
the principal agent of all cost management procedures which
will be implemented to ensure that the final building cost does
not exceed the budget. The principal agent undertakes to
make available to the contractor all budgetary allowances
and cost assessments/reports to enable the proper procedure
to be implemented and the contractor shall attend all cost plan
review and cost management meetings. The contractor
undertakes to extend these procedures, as necessary, to all
subcontractors
F:...........................V:.........................T:.........................
11 C Propping of floors below Item
The contractor is advised that propping of floors below may be
required if he wishes to use any areas of completed suspended
reinforced concrete slabs for vehicle access, storage of
materials and goods and location of plant, scaffolding, etc.
The location of these areas and any necessary propping shall
be approved by the principal agent and the cost thereof shall
be borne by the contractor
F:......................... V:........................... T:..........................
12 A Testing of windows for watertightness Item
Each window shall be tested for watertightness with water
sprayed on using adequate pressure. If in the opinion of the
principal agent, the pressure proves to be inadequate, then
the pressure shall be boosted by means of compressed air or
other approved means
F:....................... V:......................... T:.........................
12 B Testing of flat roof waterproofing for watertightness Item
Flat roof waterproof areas shall be prepared with small sand
dykes around them of a size and enclosing an area approved
by the principal agent, flooded with water and kept "ponded"
for at least 36 hours as a test to ensure the watertightness of
the waterproofing and before any further construction work is
carried out above the waterproofing
F:....................... V:........................... T:............................
12 C Confidentiality Item
The contractor undertakes to maintain in confidence any and
all information regarding this project and shall obtain
appropriate similar undertakings from all subcontractors and
suppliers. Such information shall not be used in any way except
in connection with the execution of the works
No information regarding the project shall be published or
disclosed without the prior written consent of the employer
F:............................ V:........................... T:.........................
12 D Tender Drawings Item
The following is a list of all the tender drawings that was
measured to compile these Bills of Quantities.
Architect:
Wetworks Package drawings Revision A
Structural:
P2108-S-001 Rev.F
P2108-S-002 Rev.E
P2108-S-003 Rev.E
P2108-S-004 Rev.E
SUMMARY OF CATEGORIES
13 Category: Fixed
Category: Value
Category: Time
SECTION 2
BILL NO 1
FOUNDATIONS
EARTHWORKS
Excavate in pickable material as described not exceeding 2m
deep below natural or reduced ground level including the
closing off and removal of any drains or pipes encountered in
the excavations and deposit remainder of excavated material
on site (backfilling of trenches measured elsewhere)
15 A Excavate for strip footings m3
15 B Excavate for retaining wall footings m3
15 C Excavate for thickening of surface beds m3
15 D Excavate for pile caps m3
15 E Excavate for lift pit m3
Excavate back vertical face of excavation in pickable material
including all backfilling, compaction, etc, as described not
exceeding 1.5m deep for placing and removal of formwork to
15 F Sides of strip footings against excavated face m2
15 G Sides of retaining wall footings against excavated face m2
15 H Sides of pile caps against excavated face m2
Excavate back vertical face of excavation in pickable material
including all backfilling, compaction, etc, as described
exceeding 1.5m but not exceeding 3m deep for placing and
removal of formwork to
15 J Sides of lift shaft base against excavated face m2
Extra over all excavations for carting away
15 K Extra over all excavations for carting away excavated material m3
to a dumping site to be loctaed by the contractor (Contractor
must allow for bulking)
Extra over trenches and holes excavation in earth for
excavation in
16 A Soft rock m3
16 B Hard rock m3
Extra over working space excavations in earth for excavation in
16 C Soft rock m2
16 D Hard rock m2
Risk of collapse of excavations
16 E Sides of trench and hole excavations not exceeding 1,5m deep m2
16 F Ditto, but exceeding 1,5m and not exceeding 3m deep m2
Keeping excavations free of water
16 G Allow for baling, pumping or otherwise keeping the excavations Item
free from water
FILLING, ETC
Clean earth or stone filling from the excavations in backfilling to
trenches and holes, levelled, watered, rammed and
consolidated in layers not exceeding 225mm thick to 100%
Modified AASHTO density
16 H Backfilling to strip footings m3
16 J Backfilling to retaining wall footings m3
16 K Backfilling to pile caps m3
16 L Backfilling behind walls in lift pit m3
Filling below solid floors
16 M 150mm Thick layer of approved clean sand filling evenly raked m2
under solid floors and compacted to 100% Modified AASHTO
density
Compaction of surfaces
17 A Compaction of ground surfaces under floors/ slabs, etc, m2
including scarifying for a depth of 150mm, breaking down
oversize material, adding suitable material where necessary
and compacting to 95% Modified AASHTO including testing of
compaction levels
CONCRETE
NOTE
All cement used in concrete are to be approved Ordinary
Portland Cement (OPC) as specified by the Engineer.
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Mass concrete 10MPa at 28 days in
17 B Filling to cavities of cavity walls m3
Mass concrete 15MPa at 28 days in
17 C Blinding under strip footings m3
17 D Blinding under retaining wall footings m3
17 E Blinding under pile caps m3
17 F Blinding under lift shaft bases m3
Reinforced concrete 25MPa/19 at 28 days in
17 G Strip footings m3
17 H Retaining wall footings m3
17 J Columns m3
17 K Liftshaft walls m3
17 L Retaining walls m3
17 M Pile caps m3
17 N Lift shaft bases m3
TRIMMING ETC
Cutting off and removing excess length of precast concrete pile
for an average length of 1 600mm high, including stripping back
for a height not exceeding 600mm to expose reinforcement,
trimming to defined level and bending reinforcement as
necessary for casting into pile cap
18 A 500mm Diamter piles No
Extra over cutting off for carting away
18 B 500mm Diameter piles with average length of 1 600mm No
FORMWORK
Rough formwork (degree of accuracy III) to sides of
18 C Strip footings m2
18 D Retaining wall footings m2
18 E Retaining walls m3
18 F Pile caps m2
18 G Stair case bases m2
18 H Lift shaft bases m2
18 J Inner face of liftshaft walls m2
18 K Outer face of liftshaft walls m2
18 L Square columns m2
18 M Rectangular columns m2
18 N Circular columns 450mm high No
WATERPROOFING
Clean down and prepare surfaces, prime with bitumen primer
and supply and fix 4mm thick Derbigum SP4 or other approved
special polyester torch fused double reinforced waterproofing
membrane with 75mm side and 100mm end laps and 10 x
10mm triangular bitumen mastic asphalt along terminating
edges abutting concrete or brick surfaces, laid by an approved
firm of Specialists who shall provide a ten year guarantee
18 P Lift shaft base and walls m2
19 A Retaining walls and footings m2
Flintkote emulsion waterproofing to
19 B Concrete columns, beams, etc m2
10mm Softboard protection to waterproofing
19 C 10mm Softboard behind retaining walls as protection m2
MOVEMENT JOINTS, ETC
Expansion joints with jointex or other equal approved
compressible material
19 D 10mm Jointex vertically between brickwork and concrete m
JOINT SEALERS, ETC
Sikaflex Pro 2HP or similar approved polyurathane joint sealant
dressed into joint, including cleaning an priming both sides with
Sikaflex primer - 3 strip or similar approved product all in
accordance with manufacturer's instructions
19 E 10mm wide x 8mm Deep dressed into expansion joint between m
concrete and brickwork vertical surfaces
REINFORCEMENT
Reinforcement for FOUNDATIONS included with Concrete,
Formwork and Reinforcement.
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BLOCKWORK
Refer to the MASONRY trade for Supplementary Preambles
Hollow sandcrete blocks in class II mortar
19 F 230mm Walls m2
Blockwork reinforcement
19 G 150mm wide Reinforcement bulit in horizontally m
Galvanised hoop iron cramps, ties, etc
19 H 30 x 1,6mm Wall tie 500mm long with one end fixed to concrete No
column and other end built into blockwork
PLASTERING
EXTERNAL PLASTER
One coat cement plaster to blockwork to
20 A Walls m2
SECTION 2
BILL NO 2
CONCRETE, FORMWORK AND REINFORCEMENT
SUPPLEMENTARY PREAMBLES
Cost of tests
The costs of making, storing and testing concrete test cubes as
required under clause 7 Tests of SABS 1200 G, shall include
the cost of providing cube moulds necessary for this purpose,
for testing costs and for submitting reports on the tests to the
Architect. The testing shall be undertaken by an independent
firm or institution nominated by the Contractor to the approval of
the Architect. (Test cubes are measured separately).
Formwork
Descriptions of formwork shall be deemed to include use and
waste only (except where described as left in or permanent), for
fitting together in the required forms, wedging, plumbing and
fixing to true angles and surfaces as necessary to ensure easy
release during stripping and for re-conditioning as necessary
before re-use.
The vertical strutting shall be carried down to such construction
as is sufficiently strong to afford the required support without
damage and shall remain in position until the newly constructed
work is able to support itself.
Formwork to soffits of solid slabs, etc, shall be deemed to be to
slabs not exceeding 275mm thick unless otherwise described.
Formwork to sides of bases, pile caps, ground beams, etc, will
only be measured where it is prescribed by the Engineer for
design reasons. Formwork necessitated by irregularity or
collapse of excavated faces will not be measured and the cost
thereof shall be deemed to be included in the allowance for
taking the risk of collapse of the sides of the excavations, for
which provision is made in "Earthworks".
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TEST CUBES
23 A Allow for preparing a set of six concrete strength test cubes, Sets
each size 150 x 150 x 150mm, sending them to an approved
laboratory for testing and paying all charges in connection
therewith
CONCRETE
NOTE
All cement used in concrete is to be approved Ordinary
Portland Cement (OPC) as specified by the Engineer.
Mass concrete 25MPa at 28 days
23 B Surface beds cast in panels m3
Reinforced concrete 25MPa/19mm at 28 days in
23 C Surface beds cast in panels m3
23 D Slabs including beams and inverted beams m3
23 E Ramps including beams and inverted beams m3
23 F Isolated beams m3
23 G Walls m3
23 H Lift shaft walls m3
23 J Columns m3
CONCRETE SUNDRIES
Finishing top surface of concrete smooth with a power float
23 K Surface beds, slabs, etc m2
Finishing top surfaces of concrete smooth with a wood float
23 L Slabs m2
23 M Ramps m2
SLEEVES AND HOLES
Plastic sleeves for pipes not exceeding 100mm diameter
24 A Sleeve not exceeding 250mm long No
24 B Sleeves exceeding 250mm and not exceeding 500mm long No

Plastic sleeves for pipes exceeding 100mm and not exceeding
200mm diameter
24 C Sleeve not exceeding 250mm long No
24 D Sleeve exceeding 250mm and not exceeding 500mm long No
Core drill holes
24 E 25mm Diameter hole through reinforced concrete exceeding No
200mm and not exceeding 300mm thick
24 F 50mm Diameter hole through reinforced concrete exceeding No
200mm and not exceeding 300mm thick
24 G 75mm Diameter hole through reinforced concrete exceeding No
200mm and not exceeding 300mm thick
24 H 100mm Diameter hole through reinforced concrete exceeding No
200mm and not exceeding 300mm thick
24 J 150mm Diameter hole through reinforced concrete exceeding No
200mm and not exceeding 300mm thick
24 K 200mm Diameter hole through reinforced concrete exceeding No
200mm and not exceeding 300mm thick
FORMWORK
FORMWORK (DEGREE OF ACCURACY III)
Formwork to sides
24 L Square columns exceeding 5m not exceeding 6,5m high m2
24 M Ditto, but exceeding 9,5m and not exceeding 11m above m2
bearing level
24 N Rectangular columns exceeding 5m not exceeding 6,5m high m2
24 P Ditto, but exceeding 9,5m not exceeding 11m high m2
24 Q Outer face of lift shaft walls exceeding 5m and not exceeding m2
6,5m high
25 A Inner face of lift shaft walls exceeding 14m and not exceeding m2
15,5m high
25 B Walls exceeding 5m not exceeding 6,5m high m2
25 C Isolated beams exceeding 5m and not exceeding 6,5m high m2
25 D Ditto, but exceeding 22,5m and not exceeding 24m high m2
25 E Beams below concrete m2
25 F Ditto, but circular on plan m2
25 G Beams below concrete exceeding 5m and not exceeding 6,5m m2
high
25 H Ditto, but circular on plan m2
25 J Ramps m2
25 K Ditto, but circular on plan m2
25 L Slabs m2
25 M Ditto, but circular on plan m2
25 N Slabs exceeding 5m and not exceeding 6,5m high m2
25 P Ditto, but circular on plan m2
25 Q Beams above concrete m2
25 R Ditto, but circular on plan m2
25 S Beams above concrete exceeding 5m and not exceeding 6,5m m2
high
25 T Ditto, but circular on plan m2
25 U Special beam type 4 exceeding 22,5m not exceeding 24m high m
(Refer drawing A600-05 Rev. A)
25 V Ditto, but circular on plan m
25 W Edges, risers, ends and reveals not exceeding 300mm wide or m
high
25 X Ditto, exceeding 5 and not exceeding 6,5m above bearing level m
25 Y Ditto, but circular on plan m
Formwork to soffits
26 A Isolated beams exceeding 5m and not exceeding 6,5m high m2
26 B Beams below concrete exceeding 5m and not exceeding 6,5m m2
high
26 C Ditto, but circular on plan m2
26 D Beams below concrete not exceeding 300mm wide m
26 E Ditto, but circular on plan m
26 F Isolated beams exceeding 5m and not exceeding 6,5m high, m
not exceeding 300mm wide
26 G Isolated beams exceeding 22,5m and not exceeding 24m high, m
not exceeding 300mm wide
Soffit of slabs not exceeding 280mm thick
26 H Ramps propped up exceeding 1.5m and not exceeding 3.5m m2
high
26 J Slabs propped up exceeding 1.5m and not exceeding 3.5m m2
high
26 K Slabs propped up exceeding 5m and not exceeding 6,5m m2
26 Formwork to circular columns
26 L 500mm Diameter column 5220mm high No
Boxing out formwork to form
26 M 320mm Wide x 280mm High toe to edge of slab m
26 N Ditto, but circular on plan m
Boxing in formwork to form
26 P 300mm Wide x 200mm High recess to edge of isolated beam m
MOVEMENT JOINTS
Two layers of 375 micron dampproof course in slip joints
between horizontal concrete and brick surfaces including
cement mortar bed
26 Q Not exceeding 300mm wide m
Soft joints with 10mm Jointex or similar approved closed cell
expanded polyethylene pre-formed expansion joint filler
between brickwork and concrete surfaces, including blocking
piece for tearing out later
27 A Not exceeding 300mm wide m
Jointex or other approved closed cell expanded polyethylene
pre-formed expansion joint filler including necessary blocking
piece for tearing out later
27 B 10mm Joints not exceeding 300mm wide m
Saw cut joints
27 C 3 x 30mm Saw cut joint in top of concrete m
Toggle joints (Construction joint) H2
27 D Toggle joint formed in surface beds not exceeding 300mm thick m
including any necessary formwork, etc, with Flintkote or other
approved emulsion waterproofing to one surface, with and
including polysulphide sealer dressed into toggle joint, etc
STEEL REINFORCEMENT
Mild steel reinforcement to structural concrete work
27 E R8 Diameter bars t
High tensile steel reinforcement to structural concrete work
27 F Y32 Diameter bars t
27 G Y25 Diameter bars t
27 H Y20 Diameter bars t
27 J Y16 Diameter bars t
27 K Y12 Diameter bars t
27 L Y10 Diameter bars t
SECTION 2
BILL NO 3
MASONRY
SUPPLEMENTARY PREAMBLES
BLOCKWORK
Concrete masonry units
Blocks are to be either solid or hollow modular dense concrete
masonry units having a compressive strength of 7MPa
Wall ties for blockwork
Wall ties shall be polypropylene ties complying with BS 76377.
Ties for hollow walls shall be of sufficient length to allow not
less than 75mm of each end to be built into the blockwork. Ties
are to be spaced at intervals of not more than 1m in the
horizontal direction and not more than 400mm staggered in the
vertical direction except at openings, vertical joints or ends of
walls where they are to be placed vertically above each other
Blockwork
Blockwork shall comply with SANS 10145 "Concrete Masonry
Construction"
Surfaces to be plastered shall have joints raked out to a depth
of at least 10mm to provide a key. Cavities of hollow walls shall
be kept free of mortar droppings or other undesirable matter.
Every second perpend of the bottom course of the external skin
of hollow walls shall be left open as a weep hole
Standard complementary blocks
Descriptions of blockwork shall be deemed to include standard
complementary blocks such as corner, three-quarter, half and
quarter blocks required in the construction of corners, reveals,
jambs, ends, etc to solid and hollow walls and for bonding as
necessary
Hollow walls
Descriptions of hollow walls shall be deemed to include leaving
every fifth perpend of the bottom course of the external skin
open as a weep hole
BLOCKWORK
Hollow sandcrete blocks in class II mortar
30 A 150mm Walls m2
30 B 150mm Walls circular on plan m2
30 C 190mm Walls upstand on concrete roof m2
30 D 230mm Walls m2
30 E 480mm Walls in upstand wall on concrete roof m2
30 F 230mm Walls in beamfilling m2
BLOCKWORK SUNDRIES
2,5mm Blockwork reinforcement
30 G 75mm Wide reinforcement built in horizontally m
30 H 150mm Wide reinforcement built in horizontally m
Galvanised hoop iron cramps, ties, etc
30 J 30 x 1,6mm Wall tie 500mm long with one end shot pinned to No
concrete and other end built into blockwork
Wall bonding ties
30 K 70mm Wide galvanised expanded steel wall bonding tie No
500mm long built horizontally into blockwork at wall
intersections, construction joints, etc
PRECAST CONCRETE
Copings
30 L Precast concrete parapet or wall coping size 300mm wide x m
100mm high overall with sloping top (One side 100mm high
and other side 50mm high)
SECTION 2
BILL NO 4
WATERPROOFING
SUPPLEMENTARY PREAMBLES
Note:
Waterproofing of roofs, basements, etc shall be laid under a ten
year guarantee. Waterproofing to roofs shall be laid to even
falls to outlets etc with necessary ridges, hips and valleys.
Description of sheet or membrane waterproofing shall be
deemed to include additional labour to turn-ups and
turn-downs.
DAMPPROOFING WALLS AND FLOORS
Pro-struct Bituthene 3000 or similar self adhesive membrane
laid with minimum 150mm overlaps, joints to be sealed with
pressure sensitive double sided tape applied over the leading
edge of the joint, all in accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions
32 A In walls, under sills, etc m2
One layer 500 micron green polyethylene waterproofing
membrane to
32 B Under surface beds/ slabs m2
Prepare and apply Super Laykold or similar approved flexible,
fibre reinforced waterproofing system, all in accordance with the
manufacturer's instructions
32 C On walls m2
Prepare and apply Super Laycryl acrylic waterproofing system
or similar approved, all in accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions
32 D On walls m2
WATERPROOFING TO FLAT ROOFS, PARAPETS, ETC
NOTE
Waterproofing shall be Derbigum or other approved
waterproofing membrane to approved finishing colour, applied
by an approved specialist waterproofing Contractor, who shall
provide a guarantee, all in accordance with the methods
specified and materials supplied by Messrs Derbigum.
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Clean down and prepare surfaces, prime with Bituprime and
apply first layer abe. Index Vis P 4mm non-woven polyester
reinforced waterproofing membrane and apply the second
layer abe. Index Fidia P 4mm on top of the first layer, ensuring
both layers are fully bonded by means of torch-fusion having
side laps of 100mm and 150mm respectively and 100 x 100mm
gussets along terminating edges abutting concrete or brick
surfaces, laid by an approved firm of Specialists who shall
provide a ten year guarantee
33 A To smooth finished screed (elsewhere) on concrete roof to m2
slopes, including up- and downturns
33 B Ditto, but to ramps m2
33 C Extra over for working waterproofing around fullbore outlet No
Protection
33 D 70mm Thick crushed stone layer on top of waterproofing m2
(Provisional)
WATER STOPS
Continuous Expandite Supercast Watafoil PVC waterstop or
equal approved
33 E 150mm Waterstop m
33 F 200mm Ditto m
33 G 225mm Ditto m
Galvanised Mild Steel Waterstops
33 H 150 x 0.8mm Waterstop m
SEALING STRIPS, JOINT SEALANTS, ETC
Approved polysulphide joint sealant dressed into joint, including
protecting adjoining surfaces with masking tape
34 A 10 x 10mm In vertical joints between concrete and brickwork m
including raking out expansion joint filler as necessary
JOINT SEALERS, ETC
Dow Corning DC 888 silicone sealing compound
34 B Horizontal joint between walls m
Polysulphide heavy duty joint sealer including preparation of
joint and filling with primer, etc, in strict accordance with the
manufacturer's specification
34 C 3 x 10mm In saw cut joints in floor m
34 D 10 x 10mm In horizontal expansion joints including raking out m
expansion joint filler as necessary
SECTION 2
BILL NO 5
METALWORK
SUPPLEMENTARY PREAMBLES
Descriptions of bolts shall be deemed to include nuts and
washers
Descriptions of expansion anchors and bolts and chemical
anchors and bolts shall be deemed to include nuts, washers
and mortices in brickwork or concrete
GALVANISED MILD STEEL
Cover flashing
36 A 2mm Thick galvanised steel flashing four times bent with m
700mm girth, including all fixing, etc.
ALUMINIUM
Watertight expansion joint systems
36 B MIGUTAN or similar approved expansion joint FP 80/35 NI Is m
complete as per manufatures installations
SECTION 2
BILL NO 6
PLASTERING
SCREEDS
3:1 Cement screed on concrete
37 A 60mm Thick average laid to falls on concrete to receive m2
waterproofing (elsewhere)
EXTERNAL PLASTER
One coat cement plaster to blockwork (part on concrete) to
37 B Walls inclusive of flush columns m2
37 C Narrow widths not exceeding 300mm wide m2
One coat cement plaster to concrete to
37 D Walls m2
37 E Columns m2
37 F Top of 250mm wide concrete beam to form slope to one side m
37 G Ditto, but 280mm wide m
37 H Ditto, but 450mm wide m
37 J Ditto, but 500mm wide m
37 K Top of 500mm wide block wall to form slope to one side m
INTERNAL PLASTER
Cement plaster on blockwork (part on concrete)
37 L Walls m2
37 M On circular walls m2
37 N Columns m2
37 P On narrow widths m2
SECTION 2
BILL NO 7
BUILDERSWORK, ETC
ELECTRICAL
OPENINGS THROUGH WALLS, ETC
Cutting through floors, walls and ceilings
38 A Cutting floor chasings 30mm wide into surface beds m
38 B Cutting floor chasings 30mm wide into concrete slab m
38 C Cutting vertical chasings 30mm wide into blockwork m
38 D Ditto, but 40mm wide m
Making good internal cement plaster
38 E 30mm Wide vertical chasings m
38 F Ditto, but 40mm wide m
38 Making good concrete surface beds and screeds
38 G Floor surfaces where 30mm wide chasings were cut m2
Breaking out and forming opening for cable installation through
block walls including necessary precast concrete lintels, close
up opening around duct and making good all trades
38 H Opening 200 x 300mm through 230mm thick block wall No
38 J Ditto, but through 150mm thick block wall No
SLEEVES, ETC
Pipes
38 K 25mm Diameter PVC sleeve with draw wire laid in ground m
under solid floors not exceeding 1m deep
38 L 25mm Diameter PVC sleeve with draw wire fixed to soffit of m
concrete slab
39 A 110mm Diameter uPVC sleeve pipes including draw wires, laid m
in ground not exceeding 1m deep under floors, roads and
parking areas
Fittings
39 B Extra for 25mm bend No
39 C Ditto, 110mm bend No
AIR-CONDITIONING AND SMOKE VENTILATION
PLINTHS
39 D Reinforced concrete plinth on roof slab size 5000 x 5000 x 10 No
0mm thick of 25MPa concrete including all necessary formwork
and waterproofing and 55kg of R15 reinforcing.
39 E Ditto, but on natural ground level No
OPENINGS THROUGH WALLS, ETC
Breaking out and forming opening for air conditioning ducts
through block walls including necessary precast concrete
lintels, close up opening around duct and making good all
trades
39 F Opening 100 x 100mm through 230mm thick block wall No
39 G Ditto, but 1000 x 500mm opening No
39 H Ditto, but 1200 x 1200mm opening No
39 J Opening 100 x 100mm through 150mm thick block wall No
39 K Ditto, but 1000 x 500mm opening No
Penetrations through concrete slab including making good
39 L 200 x 200mm opening No
39 M 500 x 500mm opening No
39 N 1200 x 1200mm opening No
39 Penetrations through roof sheeting including making good
39 P 500 x 500mm opening No
39 Q 1200 x 1200mm opening No
0,6mm Galvanised sheetmetal flashings
40 A Baffle flashing at headwall 375mm girth m
40 B Counter flashing at headwall 155mm girth m
REFRIGERATION H3
OPENINGS THROUGH WALLS, ETC
Penetrations through 230mm thick block walls
40 C 100 x 800mm opening No
40 D 300 x 300mm opening No
FIRE AND SPRINKLERS
OPENINGS THROUGH WALLS, ETC
Penetrations through 230mm thick block walls
40 E 80mm diameter opening No
40 F 150mm diameter opening No
40 G 250mm diameter opening No
Penetrations through 150mm thick block walls
40 H 80mm diameter opening No
40 J 150mm diameter opening No
40 K 250mm diameter opening No
Core drill holes
40 L 60mm Diameter hole through reinforced concrete exceeding No
200mm and not exceeding 300mm thick
40 M Ditto, but 150mm diameter hole No
40 N Ditto, but 250mm diameter hole No
TRADE SUMMARY
42 1 FOUNDATIONS Page
2 CONCRETE, FORMWORK AND REINFORCEMENT Page
3 MASONRY Page
4 WATERPROOFING Page
5 METALWORK Page
6 PLASTERING Page
7 BUILDERSWORK ITEMS ON PROVISIONAL AMOUNTS Page
FINAL SUMMARY
43 1 STANDARD PRELIMINARIES Page
2 THE PALMS EXTENSION : WETWORKS Page
TOTAL OF BUILDING WORKS
CONTINGENCIES
Allow the sum of N 0.00 (Zero Naira) for Contingencies to be Item
expended as directed by the Developer or deducted in whole or
in part from the Contract Amount
TOTAL OF BUILDING WORKS & CONTINGENCIES
VALUE ADDED TAX at the rate of 5% VAT

QUANTITY RATE AMOUNT
114
98
89
1679
235
128
125
1762
93
1955
222
111
211
105
4028
187
1
23
11
170
56
20971
20971
7
11
4
62
6
68
81
45
33
13
1432
60
1053
1053
85
109
113
1558
47
25
151
139
300
110
11
309
386
1113
197
67
67
139
734
351
108
425
3100
129
14211
250
78
484
236
933
41692
17748
628
50 Rate only
50 Rate only
50 Rate only
50 Rate only
100 Rate only
100 Rate only
50 Rate only
100 Rate only
50 Rate only
50 Rate only
5747
124
1531
240
1177
1334
4210
187
130
90
11
9806
135
323
14
218
40
2687
202
374
32
279
57
75
20
686
136
60
30
4602
99
93
15
40
53
703
1208
37261
22
204
40
67
1136
2152
397
2502
0
2502
110
110
110
440
550
550
330
2737
639
57
10510
55
620
10276
33601
2411
120
559 Rate only
143
20971
1639
1639
17680
249
82
9406
800 Rate only
800 Rate only
800 Rate only
250 Rate only
1500
654
2503
724
327
70
17748
5930
8
4028
2306
270
559
85
167
127
21791
1277
3843
142
200 Rate only
200 Rate only
250 Rate only
250 Rate only
250 Rate only
250 Rate only
12 Rate only
35 Rate only
35 Rate only
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250 Rate only
35 Rate only
5 Rate only
3 Rate only
45 Rate only
25 Rate only
10 Rate only
35 Rate only
15 Rate only
15 Rate only
15 Rate only
10 Rate only
10 Rate only
10 Rate only
100 Rate only
100 Rate only
0
10 Rate only
10 Rate only
35 Rate only
15 Rate only
15 Rate only
50 Rate only
25 Rate only
15 Rate only
45 Rate only
10 Rate only
10 Rate only
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