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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0 SECTION 1: PURPOSE 3

2.0 SECTION 2 : SCOPE 3

3.0 SECTION 3: REFERENCES 3

4.0 SECTION 4: TERMS & DEFINITIONS 3

5.0 SECTION 5 : RESPONSIBILITIES 4

6.0 SECTION 6 : METHODOLOGY 5

7.0 SECTION 7 : HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT 7

8.0 SECTION 8 : QUALITY ASSURANCE & QUALITY CONTROL7

9.0 SECTION 9 : APPENDICES / FORMATS 7


1.0 SECTION 1: PURPOSE

The purpose of this work instruction is to lay guidelines and requirements and to
establish a method or a system to control the activity and inspection to be used for
execution of Aurangabad Water Supply Project.

2.0 SECTION 2: SCOPE

The scope covers the minimum requirements of survey along the pipeline route
including locating the centreline of pipeline alignment, field measurements for
profiles and preparation of drawings / documents for construction of Aurangabad
water supply project.

3.0 SECTION 3: REFERENCES

Following documents in totality or in part shall form the reference documents:

1. Field Quality Plan (FQP),


2. AFC drawings and Alignment sheets

4.0 SECTION 4: REPONSIBILITY


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Survey Engineer
- Shall report to the Resident Construction Manager.
- Responsible for overall control and safety management and for the
implementation of procedure and supervises the activity.
- Generates reports during the activity and records data.
- Explains to surveyor and all other persons involved in survey of the detailed
operations to be done during various phases of activity.
QC Engineer
- Reports to site QAQC in-charge
- Ensures proper implementation of this procedure.
- Checks and verifies the survey activity.
- Verifies and countersigns survey report.

HSE Officers
- Reports to resident Construction Manager.
- Manages the implementation of all safety requirements during survey
operations
- To verify and ensure that the communication system is working properly and
that emergency equipment is in place.

5.0 SECTION 5: METHODOLOGY

The entire pipeline route shall be established with reference to the route maps and
alignment sheet furnished by AMC. Pipeline Survey shall be carried out by means of
theodolite and ranging roads. Bench marks, Inspection points and other required
monuments shall be installed / identified.
Markers on the reference line shall be at a distance of max 100mtrs for straight line
section and maximum 10mtrs for horizontal bend and centre line of the pipeline shall
be demarcated accordingly.
Permanent Bench Mark shall also be established near the major pipeline crossings
sites.
Surveyor shall locate and identify the existing features or obstructions along the route
that are not shown in available maps or drawings.
Where it becomes apparent that a better route could be followed, the surveyor shall
consult ACWUCL for authorization to make a change.
All the deflection angles shall be checked and from the consecutive TP's the trench
centreline shall be marked.
As far as possible, crossing shall be made at right angles. The angle of crossings as
specified shall be maintained and recorded.
In case of a turning point (horizontal turn) the following considerations shall be taken
into account.

1. The chainage of the turning point from the starting point shall be measured
and fixed.

2. The horizontal angle of deflection shall be measured by placing the theodolite


over the turning point. Clock-wise horizontal angels shall be observed in
direction of survey to indicate change in direction.

3. The theodolite shall be placed over the turning point and the horizontal scale
shall be set 0, viewing any side of the TP. Then the horizontal scale shall be
turned and viewing other TP the horizontal angle is measured. To measure the
angle, measuring from start point to end point shall be done. Suppose the
direction goes on the right side it would be a horizontal right bend ( H.
R. Bend) and suppose on the left side it is horizontal left bend (H. L. Bend)
towards flow directions.
Wooden pegs shall be fixed at turning points and at 10 Mts. on either side of TPs.
Underground/above grounds utilities shall be notified and demarcated. Official
permissions, if required, shall be obtained from concerned authorities.
For TPs, the TP shall precede the Turning Point reference number.
Survey shall be carried out using approved methodology and equipment.
Objects such as trees, dwellings, poles, (power, telephone, telegraph etc.) wall, tube
wells or such other structures falling in the strip of land, on either side of the pipeline
alignment shall be tried to be avoided to the possible extent during route survey.

6.0 SECTION 6: HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT

1. It is to be noted that the machine operator involved must be an experienced


person.
2. It is to be noted that the special care to be adopted against snake / insects bite.
3. Preventive Protective Equipments are must in this activity.
4. Only trained rigging personnel to be deployed for this activity.
5. Personnel around the machine (if any) must be cautious about overhead falling
objects.
6. All Measuring & Test Equipments used must be well maintained.
7. All lifting devices & Tolls used shall be well maintained and approved by a
competent authority.

1.2 7.0 SECTION 7: QUALITY ASSURANCE &


QUALITY CONTROL

Quality Assurance shall be maintained by ensuring the systematic implementation of


this procedure and ensure that necessary quality records are generated as appended to
this procedure.

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1.4 9.0 SECTION 9: APPENDICES / FORMATS

Appendix: 1 Inspection and Test Plan


Appendix: 2 IR of Survey