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BAVIRO P_10AAA1_ RFD

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Construction-Erection
Title

Date 30.11.08
Name Brodtbeck
Management Plan
Initials MBR

Filename P_10AAA1_Construction-Erection Management Plan_01_RFD_BVR.doc

Copyright Consortium Royal BAM Group Von Roll Inova


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TABLE OF CONTENTS:
1 INTRODUCTION.......................................................................................................4
2 PURPOSE ................................................................................................................4
3 HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT......................................................................4
4 DEFINITIONS ...........................................................................................................5
4.1 Building-sections (BS) ..............................................................................................5
4.2 Building Section 1: Turbine Hall / Water Plant (BS 1)..............................................6
4.3 Building Section 2: Tipping Hall incl. technical rooms (BS 2).................................6
4.4 Building Section 3: Bunker (BS 3) ............................................................................7
4.5 Building Section 4: Boiler House (BS 4)...................................................................7
4.6 Building Section 5: Flue Gas Treatment incl. Silos (BS 5) .....................................8
4.7 Building Section 6: Stack (BS 6)...............................................................................8
4.8 Building Section 7: Bottom-Ash Storage (BS 7) ......................................................9
4.9 Building Section 8: Air Cooled Condenser (BS 8) ...................................................9
4.10 Building Section 9: Pipe Bridge (BS 9).....................................................................9
4.11 Building Section 10: Utility Rooms & Offices (BS 10)............................................10
4.12 Building Section 11: Miscellaneous (BS 11) ..........................................................10
4.12.1 HV Transformer Compound (Client).......................................................................10
4.12.2 Weigh Bridges .........................................................................................................10
4.12.3 Silos ........................................................................................................................11
4.12.4 Ammoniac Storage..................................................................................................11
4.13 General ....................................................................................................................12
4.13.1 Electrical Rooms .....................................................................................................12
4.13.2 Control Room ..........................................................................................................12
5 ORGANISATION ....................................................................................................13
5.1 Consortium..............................................................................................................13
5.2 Organisation on Site ...............................................................................................14
5.3 Roles & Responsibilities.........................................................................................15
5.3.1 Authorisation...........................................................................................................15
5.3.2 Site Managers..........................................................................................................15
5.3.3 Construction Staff ...................................................................................................15
5.3.4 Sub Contractors ......................................................................................................15
5.4 Client........................................................................................................................16
5.5 Third Parties ............................................................................................................16
5.6 Meeting Schedule....................................................................................................16
5.6.1 IPLN-Meeting; Coordination and progress BVR (monthly) ...................................16
5.6.2 6WLA; 6 Weeks Look-Ahead (weekly)....................................................................16
5.6.3 Daily Meeting; day-to-day coordination .................................................................16
6 CONSTRUCTION AND ERECTION SEQUENCE / METHOD STATEMENTS .........17
6.1 General ....................................................................................................................17
6.1.1 Overview of Major Scope Splits..............................................................................17
6.2 Civil Completion ......................................................................................................18
6.2.1 Construction Site ....................................................................................................18
6.2.2 Demolition works ....................................................................................................18
6.2.3 Building Section 1: Turbine Building (BS01) .........................................................18
6.2.4 Building Section 2: Tipping Hall (BS02) .................................................................18
6.2.5 Building Section 3 / 4: Bunker / Boiler House up to ground level (BS03/04) ........18
6.2.6 Building Section 3 / 4: Bunker / Boiler House above ground level (BS03/04) ......19
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6.2.7 Building Section 5: Flue Gas Treatment Building (BS05)......................................19


6.2.8 Building Section 6: Stack (BS06)............................................................................19
6.2.9 Building Section 7: Bottom Ash Storage (BS07) ...................................................19
6.2.10 Building Section 8: Air Cooled Condenser (BS08) ................................................19
6.2.11 Building Section 10: Utility Rooms and offices (BS10) .........................................19
6.2.12 Building Section 11: Miscellaneous (BS11) ...........................................................19
6.3 Mechanical erection sequence ...............................................................................20
6.3.1 General ....................................................................................................................20
6.3.2 Building Section 1: Turbine Hall / Water Plant Fabricom GTI (BS01)....................20
6.3.3 Building Section 2: Tipping Hall incl. technical rooms (BS02)..............................20
6.3.4 Building Section 3: Bunker (BS03) .........................................................................20
6.3.5 Building Section 4: Boiler House (BS04)................................................................21
6.3.6 Building Section 5: Flue Gas Treatment Building incl. Silos (BS05)....................21
6.3.7 Building Section 6: Stack (BS06)............................................................................22
6.3.8 Building Section 7: Bottom-Ash Storage (BS07) ...................................................22
6.3.9 Building Section 8: Air Cooled Condenser Fabricom GTI (BS08) .........................22
6.3.10 Building Section 9: Pipe Bridge Fabricom GTI (BS09) ..........................................22
6.3.11 Building Section 10: Utility Rooms & Offices (BS10).............................................23
6.3.12 Building Section 11: Miscellaneous, Terrain, HV Switch Yard (BS11) ..................23
6.3.12.1 Silo Area ...................................................................................................................23
6.3.12.2 Ammoniac Area.........................................................................................................23
7 MECHANICAL COMPLETION................................................................................24
7.1 Final Installation Inspection....................................................................................24
7.1.1 Goal and purpose....................................................................................................24
7.1.2 Scope of application ...............................................................................................24
7.1.3 Other relevant documents ......................................................................................24
7.1.4 Final installation inspection....................................................................................24
7.1.5 Planning...................................................................................................................24
7.1.6 Preparation ..............................................................................................................25
7.1.7 Execution.................................................................................................................25
7.1.8 Location of MEK reports .........................................................................................25
8 COMMISSIONING ..................................................................................................26
9 SCHEDULING ........................................................................................................26
9.1 Time Schedule.........................................................................................................26
9.2 Scenario Book .........................................................................................................26
9.3 Major Intermediate Milestones................................................................................27
9.4 Manpower Loading Diagrams .................................................................................27
10 SITE LOGISTICS....................................................................................................28
10.1 Building Sections ....................................................................................................28
10.2 Heavy Transports ....................................................................................................28
10.3 Lay-down Areas.......................................................................................................28
11 THIRD PARTY ACTIVITIES....................................................................................29
11.1 HV Switch Yard Client .............................................................................................29
12 OTHER ISSUES .....................................................................................................29

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1 INTRODUCTION

This Construction-Erection Management Plan (CEMP) is part of the project management structure. The
CEMP details the approach and procedures for construction and erection management within the BAVIRO
Project. (Parts of this document have to be read in conjunction with BAVIRO Overall Project Schedule (OPS)).
The place of this document is indicated in the chart below.
OVERALL REQUIREMENTS

Document
management Project Execution Plan Hand over Plan
Plan

HSE Quality Engineering Procurement Construction Commisioning Risk


Management Management Management Management Management Management Management
Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan

SCHEDULES

PROCEDURES
QUALITY
METHOD STATEMENTS
CONTROL PLAN
CHECKLISTS

RECORDS

Figure 1 Project management structure

2 PURPOSE

The main purpose of this plan is the definition of interfaces between different parties including client for
construction and erection.
The overall project schedule and the scenario-book are very important documents for the coordination of the
BAVIRO-project.

3 HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT

For health, safety & environment please see detailed information in following documents:
- HSE Management Plan
- Site Access Regulations
- Sanctions Policy
- Alcohol Policy

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4 DEFINITIONS

4.1 Building-sections (BS)

In order to have an overview the complete building is divided into building sections (Drawing: Building
Sections BAVIRO) as follows:

Building Section Name


BS 1 Turbine Hall / Water Plant
BS 2 Tipping Hall incl. technical rooms
BS 3 Bunker
BS 4 Boiler House
BS 5 Flue Gas Treatment incl. Silos
BS 6 Stack
BS 7 Bottom-Ash Storage
BS 8 Air Cooled Condenser
BS 9 Pipe Bridge
BS 10 Utility Rooms & Offices
BS 11 Miscellaneous, Terrain, HV Switch Yard

Figure 2 Building sections

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4.2 Building Section 1: Turbine Hall / Water Plant (BS 1)

Criterias to start the mechanical erection of water- steam-piping systems and turbine components (see OPS):

Turbine Building completed (opening in roof for erection of Turbine and Generator by crane). The roof can
be closed after this erection.
Foundation for the turbine concrete works completed
Doors and windows installed
All scaffolding removed
Walls and slabs cleaned from debris
Specified foundation in this area ready to carry load
Eventual coating of specified foundation in this area completed
Specified base plates and steel inlays installed and cleaned
All floor penetrations shall be protected according to the local safety regulation.
The access roads shall backfilled and compacted with gravel to carry heavy loads from trucks and cranes.
The completed area as indicated in the construction site layout shall be at Fabricom GTI disposal in
accordance with the crane schedule. Unloading of trucks shall be possible during the entire erection
period.

The civil contractor will hand over completed areas as defined above.

Attention:
- The turbine hall overhead crane shall be lifted in before the slab elevation is constructed. The crane and
the rails shall be lifted in through the roof

4.3 Building Section 2: Tipping Hall incl. technical rooms (BS 2)

Criterias to start the mechanical erection (see OPS):

All concrete works in and outside of Tipping hall completed


All scaffolding removed
Walls and slabs cleaned from debris
Specified foundation in this area ready to carry load
Eventual coating of specified foundation in this area completed
Specified base plates and steel inlays installed and cleaned
All floor penetrations shall be protected according to the local safety regulation.
The access roads shall backfilled and compacted with gravel to carry heavy loads from trucks and cranes.
The completed area as indicated in the construction site layout shall be at Von Roll disposal in
accordance with the crane schedule. Unloading of trucks shall be possible during the entire erection
period.

The civil contractor will hand over completed areas as defined above.

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4.4 Building Section 3: Bunker (BS 3)

Criterias to start the erection of firing and waste crane components (see OPS):

Bunker completed
Bunker wall axis up to waste top elevation completed (+30.00)
All slabs completed
Feed hopper slab completed (+18.86)
All concrete works inside of the bunker completed
All scaffolding removed
Walls and slabs cleaned from debris
Specified foundation in this area ready to carry load (waste hopper level and waste crane beams)
Eventual coating of specified foundation in this area completed
Specified base plates and steel inlays installed and cleaned
All floor penetrations shall be protected according to the local safety regulation.
The access roads shall backfilled and compacted with gravel to carry heavy loads from trucks and cranes.
The completed area as indicated in the construction site layout shall be at Von Roll disposal in
accordance with the crane schedule. Unloading of trucks shall be possible during the entire erection
period.

Note Bunker: Waste bunker roof: The closing of the bunker roof can only be started after feed hoppers and
waste cranes have been lifted in to place.

The civil contractor will hand over completed areas as defined above.

4.5 Building Section 4: Boiler House (BS 4)

Criterias to start the erection of firing and boiler components on (see OPS):

Complete Slabs elevation -5.00 / elevation +0.00 completed


Bunker wall axis up to waste top elevation completed (+30.00)
All concrete walls completed
Wall to Utility Rooms & Offices up to top elevation completed
All concrete works in the boiler house area completed
All scaffolding removed
Walls and slabs cleaned from debris
Specified foundation ready in this area ready to carry load
Eventual coating of specified foundation in this area completed
Specified base plates and steel inlays installed and cleaned
All floor penetrations shall be protected according to the local safety regulation.
The access roads shall backfilled and compacted with gravel to carry heavy loads from trucks and cranes.
The completed area as indicated in the construction site layout shall be at Von Roll disposal in
accordance with the crane schedule. Unloading of trucks shall be possible during the entire erection
period.

Note Boiler house roof: The installation of the building steel structure and closing of the building roof can only
be started after End erection of heavy parts of boiler

The civil contractor will hand over completed areas as defined above.

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4.6 Building Section 5: Flue Gas Treatment incl. Silos (BS 5)

Criterias to start the erection of flue gas treatment components (OPS):

Complete Slab elevation +0.00 completed


All concrete works in the flue gas treatment hall completed
All scaffolding removed
Walls and slabs cleaned from debris
Specified foundation in this area ready to carry load
Eventual coating of specified foundation in this area completed
Specified base plates and steel inlays installed and cleaned
All floor penetrations shall be protected according to the local safety regulation.
Crane areas shall up to elevation +0.00 be backfilled and compacted with gravel to carry heavy loads
from trucks and cranes.
The completed area as indicated in the construction site layout shall be at Von Roll disposal in
accordance with the crane schedule (see 3.2) Unloading of trucks shall be possible during the entire
erection period.

Note Flue gas treatment roof: The installation of the building steel structure and closing of the building roof
can only be started after End erection of heavy parts of flue gas treatment components

The civil contractor will hand over completed areas as defined above.

4.7 Building Section 6: Stack (BS 6)

Criterias to start the mechanical erection of the stack (see OPS):

Foundation for the stack completed


All scaffolding removed
Walls and slabs cleaned from debris
Specified foundation in this area ready to carry load
Specified base plates and steel inlays installed and cleaned
Crane areas shall up to elevation +0.00 be backfilled and compacted with gravel to carry heavy loads
from trucks and cranes.
The completed area as indicated in the construction site layout shall be at Von Roll disposal in
accordance with the crane schedule. Unloading of trucks shall be possible during the entire erection
period.

The civil contractor will hand over completed areas as defined above.

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4.8 Building Section 7: Bottom-Ash Storage (BS 7)

Criterias to start the erection of bottom ash components (OPS):

Complete Slab completed


All concrete works in the bottom ash storage completed
All scaffolding removed
Walls and slabs cleaned from debris
Specified foundation in this area ready to carry load
Eventual coating of specified foundation in this area completed
Specified base plates and steel inlays installed and cleaned
All floor penetrations shall be protected according to the local safety regulation.
The completed area as indicated in the construction site layout shall be at Von Roll disposal in
accordance with the crane schedule (see 3.2) Unloading of trucks shall be possible during the entire
erection period.

Note steel structure: The installation of the building steel structure and closing of the building roof can only
be started after the bottom ash parts lifted in place.

The civil contractor will hand over completed areas as defined above.

4.9 Building Section 8: Air Cooled Condenser (BS 8)

Criterias to start the mechanical erection of air cooled condenser components (OPS):

Foundation for the steam condenser completed


Steel structure or concrete structure up to ACC elevation (level + 6.000 m) completed
All scaffolding removed
Walls and slabs cleaned from debris
Specified foundation in this area ready to carry load
Eventual coating of specified foundation in this area completed
Specified base plates and steel inlays installed and cleaned
The completed area as indicated in the construction site layout shall be at Fabricom GTI disposal in
accordance with the crane schedule. Unloading of trucks shall be possible during the entire erection
period.

The civil contractor will hand over completed areas as defined above.

4.10 Building Section 9: Pipe Bridge (BS 9)

Criterias to start the mechanical erection of pipe bride components (see OPS):

Tipping Hall wall completed


Utility Rooms & Offices outside wall completed
Walls and slabs cleaned from debris
Eventual coating of specified foundation in this area completed
Specified base plates and steel inlays installed and cleaned
Steel structure of pipe bridge up to pipe elevation completed
The completed area as indicated in the construction site layout shall be at Fabricom GTI disposal in
accordance with the crane schedule. Unloading of trucks shall be possible during the entire erection
period.
The civil contractor will hand over completed areas as defined above.

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4.11 Building Section 10: Utility Rooms & Offices (BS 10)

Criterias to start the mechanical erection in the utility rooms & offices components (see OPS):

Utility rooms & Offices completed


All scaffolding removed
Walls and slabs cleaned from debris
Eventual coating of specified foundation in this area completed
Electrical rooms and control rooms ready as described under 1.12 General
The completed area as indicated in the construction site layout shall be at Von Roll disposal in
accordance with the crane schedule. Unloading of trucks shall be possible during the entire erection
period.

The civil contractor will hand over completed areas as defined above.

4.12 Building Section 11: Miscellaneous (BS 11)

4.12.1 HV Transformer Compound (Client)

Criterias to start the mechanical erection of the HV transformer components (see OPS):

The HV Transformer Compound (Foundation) shall be completed before starting with the lifting in of the
transformer (see OPS).
All concrete works and foundations completed
All scaffolding removed
Walls and slabs cleaned from debris
Specified foundation in this area ready to carry load
Specified base plates and steel inlays installed and cleaned
Eventual coating of specified foundation in this area completed
The complete area shall be backfilled

The civil contractor will hand over completed areas as defined above.

4.12.2 Weigh Bridges

Criterias to start the mechanical erection of weigh bridge components (see OPS):

All concrete works and foundations completed


All scaffolding removed
Walls and slabs cleaned from debris
Specified foundation in this area ready to carry load
Eventual coating of specified foundation in this area completed
Specified base plates and steel inlays installed and cleaned
Crane areas shall up to elevation +0.00 be backfilled and compacted with gravel to carry heavy loads
from trucks and cranes.
The completed area as indicated in the construction site layout shall be at Von Roll disposal in
accordance with the crane schedule. Unloading of trucks shall be possible during the entire erection
period.
The civil contractor will hand over completed areas as defined above.

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4.12.3 Silos

Criterias to start the mechanical erection of silos components (see OPS):

All concrete works and foundations completed


All scaffolding removed
Specified foundation in this area ready to carry load
Eventual coating of specified foundation in this area completed
Specified base plates and steel inlays installed and cleaned
Crane areas shall up to elevation +0.00 be backfilled and compacted with gravel to carry heavy loads
from trucks and cranes.
The completed area as indicated in the construction site layout shall be at Von Roll disposal in
accordance with the crane schedule. Unloading of trucks shall be possible during the entire erection
period.
The civil contractor will hand over completed areas as defined above.

4.12.4 Ammoniac Storage

Criterias to start the mechanical erection of ammoniac storage components (see OPS):

All concrete works and foundations completed


All scaffolding removed
Specified foundation in this area ready to carry load
Eventual coating of specified foundation in this area completed
Specified base plates and steel inlays installed and cleaned
Crane areas shall up to elevation +0.00 be backfilled and compacted with gravel to carry heavy loads
from trucks and cranes.
The completed area as indicated in the construction site layout shall be at Von Roll disposal in
accordance with the crane schedule. Unloading of trucks shall be possible during the entire erection
period.
The civil contractor will hand over completed areas as defined above.

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4.13 General
4.13.1 Electrical Rooms

Criterias to start the mechanical erection at the electrical building components (see OPS):

All electrical rooms completed:


Rooms painted
Rooms watertight
Rooms lockable
All foundations completed
All scaffolding removed
Walls and slabs cleaned from debris
Specified foundation in this area ready to carry load
Eventual coating of specified foundation in this area completed
Specified base plates and steel inlays installed and cleaned
Doors, windows installed
Raised floor structure installed (without floor panels)
Temporary flooring (if allowed by H&S regulations)
Room Lighting (final) installed
Room lighting may not be complete
HVAC components installed
HVAC may not be complete

4.13.2 Control Room

Criterias to start the mechanical erection at the electrical building components (see Project Execution
Schedule):

Control rooms completed


Rooms painted
Rooms watertight
Rooms lockable
All foundations completed
All scaffolding removed
Walls and slabs cleaned from debris
Specified foundation in this area ready to carry load
Eventual coating of specified foundation in this area completed
Specified base plates and steel inlays installed and cleaned
Doors, windows installed
Raised floor structure installed (without floor panels)
Temporary flooring (if allowed by H&S regulations)
Room Lighting (final) installed
Room lighting may not be complete.
HVAC components installed
HVAC may not be complete

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5 ORGANISATION

5.1 Consortium

The project will be executed by the Consortium of Von Roll Inova from Switzerland and Royal BAM Group
from the Netherlands.

Figure 3 Organisation chart BVR

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5.2 Organisation on Site

Figure 4 Organisation chart site

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5.3 Roles & Responsibilities


5.3.1 Authorisation
Only staff that have received the site specific induction programme and are qualified to carry out
work for Von Roll Inova Environmental Technology will be allowed on site as authorised personnel.
Authorised staff should be made aware of the requirements of the Construction Phase Plan and
work to its requirements. Induction records of authorised staff will be held at site for inspection. Non
EU workers must be approved for work within the UK and carry formal identification at all times.
5.3.2 Site Managers
The Site Managers have a duty to ensure:
The Construction Phase Plan is implemented, followed and updated
The health and safety of the workforce during the project
That suitable method statements and risk assessments are in place before work begins
Both written and verbal communication to the workforce is clear and frequent
All site employees have received induction training, information and instruction to carry out the job safely
and effectively
The provision of adequate welfare facilities
Sub contractors are aware of the procedure for reporting any incident or near miss correctly
They identify staff who may have difficulty reading and understanding site rules and working instructions,
through illiteracy or language difficulties, and consider alternative methods of communication to ensure
they are not at risk
Health and safety performance is monitored on a weekly basis with arrangements put in place for
constant improvement
The arrangement of monthly site health and safety meetings to be attended by representatives of all sub
contractors
That toolbox talks are conducted and recorded
5.3.3 Construction Staff
To support the Construction Phase Plan, all staff should ensure that they:
Work to the requirements of the plan and relevant UK legislation or guidance
Use only the correct tools and equipment for the task
Wear appropriate PPE and use any required safety equipment
Follow the relevant method statement / plan of work and instructions for the task
Do not put themselves or others at risk by their acts or omissions
Know who to report to
Ensure defective plant or equipment is reported immediately
Be aware of the procedure and need to report accidents, incidents and near misses
Raise any health and safety concerns with their supervisor immediately
5.3.4 Sub Contractors
All sub contractors will work to approved policies and procedures and adhere to site rules at all
times. Sub contractors will provide adequate method statements and risk assessments for their
relevant activities and undertake a site specific risk assessment before work commences.
All sub contractors must take reasonable steps to inform the principal contractor of the risks to their
employees health and safety and others affected by their activities on site. Sub contractors must
report all accidents, incidents, dangerous occurrences and near misses as soon as practicable to
the relevant site manager. Priority will be given to ensuring that activities involving sub contractors
are co-ordinated to include any physical interference between different companies work to reduce
disruption and possible work overlap. This will be achieved during regular co-ordination meetings
between Von Roll Inova site management and sub contractor representatives and work controlled
using a VRI general permit to work system.

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5.4 Client

The Project Team of SITA is presented in the chart below:

Steering Committee
H. Branders J. Staus M. Berthoud (*) M. Zwaaneveld A. Booy

Project Director
J. Vandermeer

FINANCING CONSTRUCTION OTHER

Finance Manager Project Manager


Plant Interface
F. Van Hauw M. Monoyer

Reporting Finance Safety


F. Van Hauw C. Stuart

Permitting
J. Vandermeer
Site Manager Technical
F. De Schutter supervision (**) Legal
J. Verachtert (ass.) T. Legrand M. Toepoel

Insurance
EPC contract R. Anciaux

(*) Chairman Communication


(**) Ensure interface with technology or finance experts of SE

Figure 5 Organisation Client

5.5 Third Parties


Authorities / Neighbours

5.6 Meeting Schedule


Please see also BAVIOR Project Meeting Schedule
During the Construction Phase, the following meetings will be held:
5.6.1 IPLN-Meeting; Coordination and progress BVR (monthly)
Participants: Project Director; Schedulers BVR/VRI/BAM; Site-Man Q-Manager VRI ager BVR
5.6.2 6WLA; 6 Weeks Look-Ahead (weekly)
Participants: Site-Managers BVR/VRI/BAM; Supervisors; HSE-Manager; Suppliers; Q-Manager VRI
5.6.3 Daily Meeting; day-to-day coordination
Participants: Site-Managers BVR/VRI/BAM; Supervisors; HSE-Manager; Suppliers; Q-Manager VRI

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6 CONSTRUCTION AND ERECTION SEQUENCE / METHOD STATEMENTS

6.1 General
6.1.1 Overview of Major Scope Splits

The project scope is defined in the Employers Requirements as prepared by SITA.

In general, the scope is split into the following systems:

Von Roll Inova Grate / Boiler


(VRI) Flue Gas Treatment
Instrumentation & Control Systems
Electrical Systems (up to terminals of Step-up Transformer)
Emergency Power Generation
Process Water Systems
Instrument Air System
BAM Civiel All Civil, Structural and Architectural works, incl. demolotion works
(BCI) Waste Cranes
Weighbridges
Water Bassins
Elevators
General Site Facilities
Infrastructure
BAM Civiel Water/Steam Cycle including Boiler Feed Water system, Condensate system and Steam
Lines
Fabricom-GTI Demi-water Plant and Storage
(FAB) Closed Cooling Water system
Turbine-Generator package
Air Cooled Condenser package
Heat Delivery to neighbouring Green Houses
BAM Civiel Mechanical Domestic Systems
Domestic Water systems, Sewage system
BAM Techniek Fire Extinguishing system
(BTE / BTW) HVAC
Vacuum Cleaning system

Electrical Domestic Systems


Small Power & Lighting
Fire Detection system
CCTV system, Telecom, Security systems
Earthing, Lightning Protection

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6.2 Civil Completion


6.2.1 Construction Site

The Construction Site will be totally separated from the existing plant which remains in full operation, including
necessary transport routes.
The Cosun terrains, south of the Potendreef, will be used for parking area and storage / assembling site. The
access road on the south side is needed for building transports and connection with the assembling site on
the Cosun sites.

6.2.2 Demolition works

Before construction starts the existing Sorting Hall with its concrete platform will be demolished. Base for
BVR is a construction site, free of electrical cables and piping.

6.2.3 Building Section 1: Turbine Building (BS01)

Parallel with the activities of the Tipping Hall (west side) this building will be erected. First of all the cellar and
the turbine foundation will be made, after that concrete structure and steel structure of Water post-, Turbine-
and Electrical Building with Air coolers (BS08) can be built. Roof and faade will be installed in the train of
Bunker / Boiler House / Flue Gas Treatment Building.

6.2.4 Building Section 2: Tipping Hall (BS02)

Because of the need of a second (mobile) crane during the sliding formworks of the Bunker, the concrete
works of the Tipping Hall is divided in two phases. The west part starts the same time as the Turbine Building,
while the east side can start after dismantling the equipment of the sliding formwork.

6.2.5 Building Section 3 / 4: Bunker / Boiler House up to ground level (BS03/04)

The Bunker floor and the cellar floor of the Boiler House are situated in a construction pit. The sheet piling of
this pit starts shortly after demolition works. After that the Vibro piles will be installed and the excavating will
be executed. Before excavation a framework will be installed to stud the sheetpile walls. Furthermore a
drainage system will be installed inside the construction pit. After excavating the cellar floor (- 5.000) will be
realised, including the elevator pit. As soon as the floor is concreted the Potain tower crane will be erected on
the bunkerfloor.

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6.2.6 Building Section 3 / 4: Bunker / Boiler House above ground level (BS03/04)

The concrete Bunker walls will be made with sliding formworks in three phases for increased building speed.
The wall between Bunker and Boiler House will be done first, including the shaft for elevator / stairwell. The
goal of this is to get the Boiler House ready as soon as possible for placing the process installation by VRI in a
proper and safely manner. The second phase consists of the three other walls of the bunker, including the
partition walls of the tipping openings and water cellars.

After sliding phase two the +17.600 floor will be completed above the Boiler cellar. After that the concrete wall
on that floor up to + 30.000 will be made with sliding formworks, phase three. Then the roof and facades of the
Bunker will be realised after placing the two waste cranes.
At the same time as the second phase of sliding, the cellar walls of the Boiler House can be completed and
the floors in the Boiler House (+ 6.000 / + 9.000) shall be constructed.
After dismantling the sliding formworks the Potain tower crane will be dismounted in the Bunker and VRI starts
with erecting the Wolff tower crane in the cellar of the Boiler House.

When VRI has progressed sufficiently, the steel structure, roof and facades of the Boiler House will be
realised. Steel structure will be as much as possible erected in pre-assembled and self supporting parts.
Faade mounting shall mostly be done with mast climbing platforms, where not possible the works shall be
done hanging from the roof.

6.2.7 Building Section 5: Flue Gas Treatment Building (BS05)

Parallel with the realization of the Bunker and the Boiler pit the foundations can be constructed in such a way
that these foundations meet the cellar walls of the Boiler House shortly after realization. These concrete works
will be served by mobile cranes. At the same time the Stack foundation (BS06) will be constructed.

6.2.8 Building Section 6: Stack (BS06)


Piling, concrete

6.2.9 Building Section 7: Bottom Ash Storage (BS07)

Because of logistic reasons the floor and wall next to the Flue Gas Treatment will be realised in the first
phase, while the end walls and completion can be done after installing the equipment of the FGT.

6.2.10 Building Section 8: Air Cooled Condenser (BS08)


Piling, concrete

6.2.11 Building Section 10: Utility Rooms and offices (BS10)

When the cellar walls of the Boiler cellar are concreted the foundation of the Utility rooms can be realised.
After that the prefab erection starts of this building, the completion of this building is the starting point of the
process installation.

6.2.12 Building Section 11: Miscellaneous (BS11)

Flyover, Oil- and Amoniac Storage, Switch Yard and Truck Yard will be realized during the main process,
these items are not critical in time but critical in logistic reasons and will be scheduled in connection with the
Final Site layout.

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6.3 Mechanical erection sequence


6.3.1 General

The general erection sequence is described as follows:

For the heavy erection period one tower crane shall be placed as indicated in the construction layout. This
tower crane shall serve the erection works for the boiler building.

6.3.2 Building Section 1: Turbine Hall / Water Plant Fabricom GTI (BS01)

Attention:
Prior constructing the slabs the turbine hall overhead crane, the rails, turbine and generator, the heat
exchangers, the feed water tank, the demin storage tanks, shall be lifted in through the open roof by mobile
cranes.
After the components are in position the concrete slabs shall be closed immediately.
As soon the turbine building is closed entirely, the piping installation works shall start.
In front of the erection opening scaffolding shall be placed. The ground outside the turbine hall shall be
compacted to carry the load of the turbine and generator.

Unloading area:
The completed area as indicated in the construction site layout shall be at Fabricom GTI disposal in
accordance with the crane schedule. Unloading of trucks shall be possible during the entire erection period.
The civil contractor will hand over completed areas as defined above.

Afterwards the completion work shall start such as piping work, instrumentation and control installation etc.
The insulation work shall begin after the heavy erection work is completed.

The HVAC installation shall only begin after main piping work is installed. At the turbine area the works can
only start after the turbine and the generator is placed.

6.3.3 Building Section 2: Tipping Hall incl. technical rooms (BS02)

Technical rooms:
The installation in the technical rooms can start after the concrete work is completed. Also all the electrical
and control rooms shall be completed as mentioned under 4.13.

Unloading area:
The completed area as indicated in the construction site layout shall be at Fabricom GTI / Von Roll disposal in
accordance with the crane schedule. Unloading of trucks shall be possible during the entire erection period.
The civil contractor will hand over completed areas as defined above.

6.3.4 Building Section 3: Bunker (BS03)

The mechanical erection at the bunker section can start after the concrete work is completed. All the
foundation of the feed hoppers and the waste cranes shall be ready to carry load. The roof steel structure
shall not be installed until those items are lifted in place. The feed hoppers and the waste cranes shall be lifted
in through the roof into place by using mobile cranes.

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6.3.5 Building Section 4: Boiler House (BS04)

The boiler erection work can start at the boiler house after the concrete work is completed. Foundations for
the grate equipment and the boiler steel structure shall be ready to carry load. The mechanical erection shall
start with lifting in major components of the firing system such as the conveyor etc. by using the tower crane.
Then the boiler steel structure with the necessary stairs and platforms shall be build up to the grate elevation.
Afterwards all the grate parts shall be lifted into place. The feed hoppers shall be lifted in as described in
section 1.4

After all grate components are lifted in and positioned the erection of the boiler steel structure shall continue.
The erection of the heavy parts of the boiler shall start as soon as the boiler steel structure with all the
necessary platforms and handrails are completed. Than the entire heavy boiler parts shall be lifted through
the roof opening into place by using the crawler crane.

Unloading area:
The completed area as indicated in the construction site layout shall be at Von Roll disposal in accordance
with the crane schedule. Unloading of trucks shall be possible during the entire erection period. The civil
contractor will hand over completed areas as defined above.

Completion work:
After the heavy mechanical erection at the boiler house, the building structure steel, facade and roofing shall
take place.

Afterwards the completion work shall start such as piping work, instrumentation and control installation etc.
The boiler insulation, lining and refractory work shall begin after the hydraulic static pressure test is carried
out.

The HVAC installation in this area shall only begin after the heavy erection work is completed.

6.3.6 Building Section 5: Flue Gas Treatment Building incl. Silos (BS05)

The erection work can start at the flue gas treatment hall after the concrete work is completed. All necessary
foundations for the flue gas treatment equipment and steel structure shall be ready to carry load. All the
specified foundations shall be coated before erection starts. The mechanical erection shall start with lifting in
major components by using mobile cranes. The flue gas treatment steel structure with the necessary stairs
and platforms shall be installed simultaneous steel structure during the heavy erection as well as the gas
ducts. After all the heavy equipment is installed, the roof over the flue gas treatment hall can be closed.

Unloading area:
The completed area as indicated in the construction site layout at Von Roll disposal in accordance with the
crane schedule. Unloading of trucks shall be possible during the entire erection period. The civil contractor will
hand over completed areas as defined above.

Completion work:
After the heavy mechanical erection at the flue gas treatment hall, the building structure steel, facade and
roofing shall take place.

Afterwards the completion work shall start such as piping work, instrumentation and control installation etc.
The insulation work shall begin after the heavy erection work is completed.

The HVAC installation in this area shall only begin after the heavy erection work is completed.

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6.3.7 Building Section 6: Stack (BS06)

The erection work at the stack area shall start after the concrete work is completed. The necessary foundation
for the stack shall be ready to carry load. If the stack is made out of steel, the stack shall be preassembled on
ground and lifted in to place by using two mobile cranes.

6.3.8 Building Section 7: Bottom-Ash Storage (BS07)

The erection work can start at the bottom ash storage after the concrete work is completed. All necessary
foundations for the bottom ash equipment and steel structure shall be ready to carry load. All the specified
foundations shall be coated before erection starts. The mechanical erection shall start with lifting in major
components by using mobile cranes. The bottom ash steel structure with the necessary stairs and platforms
shall be installed. Than the conveyors shall be lifted in place. After all the heavy equipment is installed, the
building steel structure of the bottom ash hall can commence.

Unloading area:
The completed area as indicated in the construction site layout at Von Roll disposal in accordance with the
crane schedule. Unloading of trucks shall be possible during the entire erection period. The civil contractor will
hand over completed areas as defined above.

Completion work:
After the installation of the bottom ash equipment, the building structure steel, facade and roofing shall take
place.

Afterwards the completion work shall start such as piping work, instrumentation and control installation etc.
The insulation work shall begin after the heavy erection work is completed.

The HVAC installation in this area shall only begin after the heavy erection work is completed.

6.3.9 Building Section 8: Air Cooled Condenser Fabricom GTI (BS08)

The mechanical erection at the air cooled condenser area can start after the concrete work and the supporting
structure are completed. Foundations for the ACC area shall be ready to carry load. The ACC work shall be
started with the lifting in of the steel structure followed by the heavy components.

Unloading area:
The completed area as indicated in the construction site layout shall be at Fabricom GTI disposal in
accordance with the crane schedule (see 3.2) Unloading of trucks shall be possible during the entire erection
period.

Afterwards the completion work shall start such as piping work, electrical installation, insulation work etc.

6.3.10 Building Section 9: Pipe Bridge Fabricom GTI (BS09)

The mechanical erection at the pipe bride area can start after the concrete work is completed. Foundations for
the area shall be ready to carry load. The pipe bride work shall be started with building up the steel structure
(By BAM) followed by the lifting in of piping works (by FAB) from turbine to boiler building.

Unloading area:
The completed area as indicated in the construction site layout shall be at Fabricom GTI / Von Roll disposal in
accordance with the crane schedule. Unloading of trucks shall be possible during the entire erection period.

Afterwards the completion work shall start such as piping work, electrical installation, insulation work etc.

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6.3.11 Building Section 10: Utility Rooms & Offices (BS10)

The installation in the Utility Building & Offices can start after the concrete work is completed. Also all the
electrical and control rooms shall be completed as mentioned under 4.13.

6.3.12 Building Section 11: Miscellaneous, Terrain, HV Switch Yard (BS11)


6.3.12.1 Silo Area

The mechanical erection at the silo area can start after the concrete work is completed. Foundations for the
silos shall be ready to carry load. The work commence with lifting the steel structure and silos on top of the
foundation.

Unloading area:
The completed area as indicated in the construction site layout shall be at Von Roll disposal in accordance
with the crane schedule. Unloading of trucks shall be possible during the entire erection period.

Afterwards the completion work the electrical work shall start

6.3.12.2 Ammoniac Area

The mechanical erection at the ammoniac area can start after the concrete work is completed. Foundations
for the ammoniac tank shall be ready to carry load. The work commence with lifting the steel structure and
tank on top of the foundation.

Unloading area:
The completed area as indicated in the construction site layout shall be at Von Roll disposal in accordance
with the crane schedule. Unloading of trucks shall be possible during the entire erection period.

Afterwards the completion work the electrical work shall start

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7 MECHANICAL COMPLETION

7.1 Final Installation Inspection


7.1.1 Goal and purpose

These instructions describe how and according to what documents to proceed for deliveries and services to
acquire the preacceptance from the customer for the incinerator plant once installation is complete.

7.1.2 Scope of application

These instructions apply for the complete scope of delivery by Von Roll Environmental Technology, hereafter
called the contractor.

7.1.3 Other relevant documents

GP 424 Installation and commissioning


GP 423 QA-Process
AA 423 04 Planning and processing of quality tests
AA 423 F03 Test report
AA 423 F04 List of variations

7.1.4 Final installation inspection

The final installation inspection has the purpose of checking together with the customer/owner as well as the
supplier the contractual deliveries and services at the end of installation for completeness, conformity with the
agreement/order, installation quality and usefulness (operability). A passing of risk and the acknowledgement
of contractual performances are not associated with the final installation inspection.

To speed processing and minimise interruptions, the final installation inspection can be carried out not only in
its entirety, but also in stages parallel to the installation sequence.

The result is recorded in a test report.

7.1.5 Planning

The final installation inspection must be prepared by the Technical Project Manager (TPM), who is
responsible for the relevant order. The documents must be handed over to the inspector (who may also be the
TPM himself) and to the construction site. The dates agreed upon with the construction site will be observed
for the pre-tests and the MEK in the MEK planning form.

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7.1.6 Preparation

The TPM must prepare the Test report form AA 4 23F 03 with a list of all test points. The participants for the
final installation inspection (e.g. customer/consultant, manufacturer's representative, any EMSR supplier,
construction site manager (CSM), Quality Assurance Engineer (QSE), Quality Assurance construction site,
order processing agent), will be invited in writing by the CSM 14 days in advance. A representative of the
customer must participate so that at the time of the final installation inspection, customer complaints can be
recorded and acknowledged by the supplier for rectification. The Construction Site Manager must first carry
out an inspection with the supplier with support of the TPM and suggest the rectification of major defects.

Contents of the MEK documentation:


1. Test report
2. Extract of agreement
3. TBU
4. R&I flow chart
5. Instructions and drawings
6. Order-related instructions
7. QA documentation
8. Defects list - Damage reports

7.1.7 Execution

The TPM, QA construction site or the person in charge of the final inspection will carry out the inspection with
the help of the prepared list (AA 423 F 03), and the prepared documents according to step 8. During the
inspection, the report is prepared and the component data are checked using the documents.

The detected faults are recorded in the Fault list AA 4 23F 04 and the R+I and lists are corrected. The parties
must jointly divide the faults into two categories and schedule them. These are significant defects that can
prevent start of the cold commissioning and insignificant defects that can be processed later.

As long as remaining tasks are to be executed, the parties will jointly determine if such tasks will hinder the
commissioning. If not, the remaining tasks are jointly determined in a written remaining points list and the
dates for their completion are agreed upon and can hence be completed after the pre-acceptance.

The final installation inspection can be refused if it is ascertained that the installation is not yet complete or
major faults are present.

If the final installation inspection is refused, it can be requested again only after the ascertained faults have
been rectified. If the final installation inspection is refused, the sub-supplier (SS) bears the risk for failing to
comply with the order schedule for its share of the delivery.

All those who participated in the installation will sign the report at the end of the inspection.

7.1.8 Location of MEK reports

The original remains at the construction site so that the processed points can be initialled. A copy goes to the
TPM to Zurich. All reports will be collected in a folder. After a specific time frame, but no later than after PAC,
the file will be sent to Zurich. All open points that have not yet been processed must be included in the
common loop list and must be marked on the report with e.g. "included in loop list".

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8 COMMISSIONING

For detailed information please see Commissioning Management Plan

9 SCHEDULING
9.1 Time Schedule

The main purpose of the Overall Project Schedule (OPS) is to set up an overall monthly project status, used
by the Project Management to take appropriate decisions. This schedule covers all project phases by WBS in
each building section and discipline. It identifies the main milestones necessary to reach the contractual
objectives and the main interfaces between the groups of tasks in each discipline.

The OPS which is a synthesis of the Discipline Schedules is intended to provide overall control of the job,
defining interface milestones for design and construction activities and shows the major restraints and
relationships between them. This schedule is a roll-up of the Discipline Schedule. This schedule covers all
phases of the project scope, engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning and start-up by group of
activities and units and identifies:
The interfaces between engineering disciplines.
The interfaces between construction disciplines.
The activities of various subcontractors involved in construction works, taking into account the necessary
interfaces.

The OPS equals for all parties at detailed level 3. The detailed time schedule from VRI (level 4) is also
integrated. In the available views this can be filtered out, so that all parties have a good overview.

9.2 Scenario Book

The scenario book is a visualisation of the time schedule and the activities on site.
There are three different levels:

Level 1
- See attached file: Time Road Diagram
- Level 1 gives an overview on one page over all mean activities on the site.
Vertical is the time axe, on the horizontal axe you see the different building sections.
Level 2
- See attached file: Scenario Book Level 2
- Level 2 is a visualisation of time schedule per month horizontal projection
(Overview for each month on one page over all mean activities on the site)
Level 3
- See attached file: Scenario Book Level 3
- Level 3 is a visualisation of time schedule per month vertical projection
(Overview for each month on one page over all activities on the site)
(Note M. Brodtbeck: December 2008 only parts of VRI available)

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9.3 Major Intermediate Milestones

The most important hand-over moments from one discipline to the next are defined in the Overall Project
Schedule (OPS) in the part OVERVIEW / MILESTONES AND INTERFACES BUILDING SECTIONS (BS) 01
11

9.4 Manpower Loading Diagrams

Phase Duration Manpower


I Civil Oct. 2008 Sept. 2009 15 persons 80 Persons
II Civil and Mechanical Erection Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010 170 persons 300 Persons
III Commissioning Nov. 2010 Jun. 2011 180 persons 30 Persons

For detailed informations please see enclosed document: Manpower Loading Diagrams

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10 SITE LOGISTICS

10.1 Building Sections

In order to have an overview the complete building is divided into building sections (Drawing: Building
Sections BAVIRO) as defined in point 4.1 Building Sections

10.2 Heavy Transports

Resp. Equipment Weight Date


BCI Tower Crane BCI April 2009
VRI 2 Tower Cranes VRI September 2009
FAB Turbine

10.3 Lay-down Areas

There are about six different lay-down and preassembly areas.


For details See attached file:
- Time Road Diagram and also
- Scenario Book Level 2

Overview lay-down Areas:

No. m2 Duration Owner Remarks


Area I 2200 Sep 08 Sep 09 BCI
Oct 09 Feb 10 VRI
Mar 09 Apr 10 BCI / VRI Construction HV switch yard
Apr 09 Handover SITA
Area II 3700 Sep 08 Dec 08 SITA Temporary container storage
Jan 09 Aug 09 BCI
Sep 09 Handover FAB
Area III 900 Sep 08 Apr 09 BCI
May 09 Sep 10 BCI Construction fly-over
Area IV 1400 Sep 08 Jul 09 BCI
Aug 09 Dec 10 VRI
Area V 800 Sep 08 Aug 09 BCI
Sep 09 Dec 10 VRI
Area VI 2100 Jan 09 Jul 09 BCI
Sep 09 Feb 11 VRI

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11 THIRD PARTY ACTIVITIES


11.1 HV Switch Yard Client

12 OTHER ISSUES

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Okt 08
Nov 08
Dez 08
Jan 09
Feb 09
Mrz 09
Apr 09
Mai 09
Jun 09
Jul 09
Aug 09
Sep 09
Okt 09
Nov 09
Dez 09
Jan 10
Feb 10
Mrz 10
Apr 10
Mai 10
Jun 10
Jul 10
Aug 10
Sep 10
Okt 10
Nov 10
Dez 10
Jan 11
Feb 11
Mrz 11
Apr 11
TIME-ROAD DIAGRAM - BAM Civiel - VONROLL
based on: uitvoeringsschema SNEM updated 150808
issued by: R. Licht BAM / M. Brodtbeck VRI
date: 15.12.2008

Condensors Turbine Tippinghall Pipe bridge Bunker Boilerhouse Flat Fluegas Stack Bottom Ash Laydown Areas
BS08 BS01 BS02 BS09 BS03 BS04 BS10 BS05 BS06 BS07 Area I Area II Area III Area IV Area V Area VI
Week

Week
Monday west east west east west north south east west east Line 1 Line 2 west east west east Line 1 Line 2 Monday 2200m2 3700m2 900m2 1400m2 800m2 2100m2
35 25. Aug 08 35 25. Aug 08 SITA SITA SITA SITA SITA SITA
36 1. Sep 08 demolition sorting hall 36 1. Sep 08 BCI temporary BCI BCI BCI BCI
37 8. Sep 08 concrete 37 8. Sep 08 container
38 15. Sep 08 temp. storage 38 15. Sep 08 storage
39 22. Sep 08 39 22. Sep 08
40 29. Sep 08 40 29. Sep 08
41 6. Okt 08 41 6. Okt 08
42 13. Okt 08 sheet piling 42 13. Okt 08
43 20. Okt 08 43 20. Okt 08
44 27. Okt 08 44 27. Okt 08
45 3. Nov 08 sheet piling excavation pit - phase 1 45 3. Nov 08
46 10. Nov 08 framework between sheet piles 46 10. Nov 08
47 17. Nov 08 47 17. Nov 08
48 24. Nov 08 pling pling 48 24. Nov 08
49 1. Dez 08 in construction pit on ground level 49 1. Dez 08
50 8. Dez 08 50 8. Dez 08
51 15. Dez 08 51 15. Dez 08
52 22. Dez 08 52 22. Dez 08
01 29. Dez 08 01 29. Dez 08
02 5. Jan 09 excavation pit - phase 2 02 5. Jan 09 BCI
03 12. Jan 09 03 12. Jan 09
04 19. Jan 09 piling 04 19. Jan 09
05 26. Jan 09 concrete 05 26. Jan 09
06 2. Feb 09 cellar floor 06 2. Feb 09
07 9. Feb 09 07 9. Feb 09
08 16. Feb 09 08 16. Feb 09
09 23. Feb 09 09 23. Feb 09
10 2. Mrz 09 10 2. Mrz 09
11 9. Mrz 09 11 9. Mrz 09
12 16. Mrz 09 piling 12 16. Mrz 09
13 23. Mrz 09 piling concrete concrete 13 23. Mrz 09
14 30. Mrz 09 piling excavation pit install towercrane floor level 0.0 founfations 14 30. Mrz 09
15 6. Apr 09 concrete concrete piling sliding concrete sliding staircase 1 15 6. Apr 09
16 13. Apr 09 concrete basement floor transformer walls 1. cellar piling 16 13. Apr 09
17 20. Apr 09 foundations concrete cellars walls 17 20. Apr 09
18 27. Apr 09 basement walls concrete 18 27. Apr 09
workarea for sliding

19 4. Mai 09 floor level 0.0 concrete 19 4. Mai 09 BCI


20 11. Mai 09 concrete concrete floor level 0.0 20 11. Mai 09 construction
21 18. Mai 09 columns columns sliding prefab concrete 21 18. Mai 09 fly-over
22 25. Mai 09 remove sheetpiles prefab walls 2. +6.00 foundation 22 25. Mai 09
23 1. Jun 09 concrete floor level +5.5 +9.00 staircase 2. 23 1. Jun 09
24 8. Jun 09 turbinefoundation +17.60 sliding staircase 2. concrete 24 8. Jun 09
25 15. Jun 09 concrete KH-zijde remove steel wall 25 15. Jun 09
26 22. Jun 09 beamframe concrete sheetpiles staircase concrete (next to BS05) 26 22. Jun 09
27 29. Jun 09 walls +24.50 remove sheetpiles betonw. transformer 27 29. Jun 09
28 6. Jul 09 concrete steelstr. sliding 0-vloer cellars steel 28 6. Jul 09
29 13. Jul 09 concrete floor level 0.0 walls walls 3. staircase 29 13. Jul 09
30 20. Jul 09 floor level 0.0 30 20. Jul 09
31 27. Jul 09 steelstr. concrete floor level 0.0 31 27. Jul 09
32 3. Aug 09 concrete columns steelstr. prefab 32 3. Aug 09
33 10. Aug 09 prefab concrete foundations walls flat 33 10. Aug 09
34 17. Aug 09 floor level +5.5 steelstructure concrete pipebridge prefab prefab 34 17. Aug 09
35 24. Aug 09 untill +11.50 columns floor level +17.6 finishing flat 35 24. Aug 09
36 31. Aug 09 steelstructure prefab 36 31. Aug 09
37 7. Sep 09 faade floor level +11.5 prefab 37 7. Sep 09 FAB
38 14. Sep 09 steelstructure floor level +5.5 38 14. Sep 09
39 21. Sep 09 faade steelstructure remove towercrane 39 21. Sep 09 E-Filter Feedhopper Steel-
40 28. Sep 09 roofing steelstructure pipebridge install wolffcrane plinth 40 28. Sep 09 Reaktor Grate structure
41 5. Okt 09 installation ACC's finishing faade mech. cladding plinth 41 5. Okt 09 Catalyst Ram feeder 1000m2

Air ducts 500m2


42 12. Okt 09 plinth Erection finishing 42 12. Okt 09 Boiler Turbosorp Filter primary air fan
43 19. Okt 09 roofing finishing steelstructure havy 43 19. Okt 09 2200m2 1400m2 secondary air fan
44 26. Okt 09 finishing faade parts mech. 44 26. Okt 09 => 1600m2?! 800m2
45 2. Nov 09 cladding finishing boiler Erection 45 2. Nov 09
46 9. Nov 09 feedhoppers and bunkercranes steelstr. havy Steelstr. 46 9. Nov 09

MobileCran FAB(BCI ?!
47 16. Nov 09 plinth steelstucture parts 47 16. Nov 09
48 23. Nov 09 cladding roof boiler 48 23. Nov 09
49 30. Nov 09 plinth roofing steelstr. E-Filter 49 30. Nov 09
50 7. Dez 09 Reaktor Steelstr. 50 7. Dez 09
51 14. Dez 09 Catalyst 51 14. Dez 09
52 21. Dez 09 Turbosorp 52 21. Dez 09
01 28. Dez 09 havy 01 28. Dez 09
02 4. Jan 10 Piping parts ducts E-Filter 02 4. Jan 10
03 11. Jan 10 cladding boiler Reaktor 03 11. Jan 10
04 18. Jan 10 havy piping Catalyst 04 18. Jan 10
05 25. Jan 10 parts Turbosorp 05 25. Jan 10
06 1. Feb 10 boiler 06 1. Feb 10
07 8. Feb 10 installation turbine ducts 07 8. Feb 10 1500m2

Silos 200m2
08 15. Feb 10 steelstructure 08 15. Feb 10
09 22. Feb 10 roofclosing turbine piping 09 22. Feb 10
10 1. Mrz 10 Insulation 10 1. Mrz 10 1100 m2 Concrete 1000m2
11 8. Mrz 10 11 8. Mrz 10 Stepuptrafo
12 15. Mrz 10 Electrical Electrical 12 15. Mrz 10
13 22. Mrz 10 final 13 22. Mrz 10 Stack
14 29. Mrz 10 roofing work Insulation Steelstr. 14 29. Mrz 10 800m2
15 5. Apr 10 steelstructure 15 5. Apr 10 HV Switchyard SITA

Insulation Boiler/FGT 400m2


16 12. Apr 10 final faade final Erection Stack 16 12. Apr 10

700m2
17 19. Apr 10 Electrical work work concrete 17 19. Apr 10
18 26. Apr 10 walls 18 26. Apr 10
19 3. Mai 10 remove wolffcrane remaining 19 3. Mai 10

Refractory 200m2
20 10. Mai 10 20 10. Mai 10
21 17. Mai 10 Boiler Test roofing final 21 17. Mai 10

ash handling
22 24. Mai 10 plinth work 22 24. Mai 10
23 31. Mai 10 23 31. Mai 10

300m2
24 7. Jun 10 cladding Boiler Test 24 7. Jun 10

Piping 200m2
25 14. Jun 10 plinth 25 14. Jun 10
26 21. Jun 10 26 21. Jun 10
27 28. Jun 10 plinth 27 28. Jun 10
28 5. Jul 10 28 5. Jul 10
29 12. Jul 10 Steelstr. 29 12. Jul 10
30 19. Jul 10 30 19. Jul 10
31 26. Jul 10 31 26. Jul 10

Ash Conveyor 250m2


32 2. Aug 10 Ash Conveyor 32 2. Aug 10
33 9. Aug 10 33 9. Aug 10
34 16. Aug 10 cladding 34 16. Aug 10
35 23. Aug 10 35 23. Aug 10
36 30. Aug 10 36 30. Aug 10
37 6. Sep 10 mech. Completed steelstructure 37 6. Sep 10
38 13. Sep 10 faade 38 13. Sep 10
Condensors Turbine Tippinghall Pipe bridge Bunker Boilerhouse Flat Fluegas Stack Bottom Ash Laydown Areas
BS08 BS01 BS02 BS09 BS03 BS04 BS10 BS05 BS06 BS07 Area I Area II Area III Area IV Area V Area VI
Week

Week
Monday west east west east west north south east west east Line 1 Line 2 west east west east Line 1 Line 2 Monday 2200m2 3700m2 900m2 1400m2 800m2 2100m2
39 20. Sep 10 39 20. Sep 10 SITA SITA SITA SITA SITA SITA
40 27. Sep 10 40 27. Sep 10
41 4. Okt 10 dakplaten (gasb.) 41 4. Okt 10
42 11. Okt 10 Cold commissioning gevelpan. (gasb.) 42 11. Okt 10
43 18. Okt 10 dakbedekking 43 18. Okt 10
44 25. Okt 10 gevelbeplating 44 25. Okt 10
45 1. Nov 10 45 1. Nov 10
46 8. Nov 10 46 8. Nov 10

100m2
47 15. Nov 10 47 15. Nov 10
48 22. Nov 10 48 22. Nov 10
49 29. Nov 10 49 29. Nov 10
50 6. Dez 10 50 6. Dez 10
51 13. Dez 10 51 13. Dez 10
52 20. Dez 10 52 20. Dez 10
01 27. Dez 10 01 27. Dez 10
02 3. Jan 11 02 3. Jan 11 SITA SITA
03 10. Jan 11 Hot commissioning 03 10. Jan 11
04 17. Jan 11 04 17. Jan 11
05 24. Jan 11 05 24. Jan 11
06 31. Jan 11 06 31. Jan 11
07 7. Feb 11 07 7. Feb 11 Groundwork SITA
08 14. Feb 11 First waste fire 08 14. Feb 11
09 21. Feb 11 09 21. Feb 11
10 28. Feb 11 First waste fire 10 28. Feb 11
11 7. Mrz 11 11 7. Mrz 11
12 14. Mrz 11 12 14. Mrz 11
13 21. Mrz 11 First synchronisation 13 21. Mrz 11
14 28. Mrz 11 14 28. Mrz 11
15 4. Apr 11 15 4. Apr 11
16 11. Apr 11 Trial run 16 11. Apr 11
17 18. Apr 11 17 18. Apr 11
18 25. Apr 11 18 25. Apr 11
19 2. Mai 11 19 2. Mai 11
20 9. Mai 11 20 9. Mai 11
21 16. Mai 11 21 16. Mai 11
22 23. Mai 11 22 23. Mai 11
23 30. Mai 11 Taking Over 23 30. Mai 11
24 6. Jun 11 24 6. Jun 11 SITA
25 13. Jun 11 25 13. Jun 11
Legend
excavation pit
Electrical (VRI) FGT (VRI) conveyor (VRI)
(BCI)

Ash handling
sliding (BCI) finishing (BCI) Silos (VRI steelstr. (BCI) Air ducts (VRI) SITA
(VRI)

havy parts
Stack (VRI) Steelstr. (VRI)
boiler (VRI)

sheetpiling
FAB piling (BCI) prefab (BCI) concrete (BCI) demolition (BCI)
(BCI)

installations towercranes
final work (VRI) Insulation (VRI) cladding (BCI) Piping (VRI)
(BCI) (BCI / VRI)
BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 11.08

Mobile-cranes

Laydown Area

Material Storage

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 0 m2 2200 m2
II 3700 m2 0 m2 3700 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 0 m2 1400 m2
V 800 m2 0 m2 800 m2
VI 2100 m2 0 m2 2100 m2
November 2008 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
01 Sheetpiling 0.00 to 15.10.08 06.11.08
01/02 break up tarmac 0.00 to 01.11.08 28.11.08
03 Piling -1.20 to 13.11.08 01.01.09
03/04 Sheetpiling 0.00 to 15.10.08 06.11.08
03/04 Excavation pit phase 1 -1.20 to 06.11.08 24.11.08
I+II Material Storage 0.00 to 01.11.08 31.12.08
III Leveling 0.00 to 01.11.08 01.12.08
VI Leveling parkingarea and laydown 0.00 to 01.110.8 31.12.08
IV/V SITA (Area IV, V, and Unitsplace) 0.00 to 01.11.08 31.12.08

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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 12.08

Mobile-cranes

Laydown Area

Material Storage

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 0 m2 2200 m2
II 3700 m2 0 m2 3700 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 0 m2 1400 m2
V 800 m2 0 m2 800 m2
VI 2100 m2 0 m2 2100 m2
Dezember 2008 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
11 increase ditch to 01.12.08 30.12.08 VI
03 Piling -1.20 to 13.11.08 01.01.09
04 Piling -1.20 to 13.11.08 01.01.09
I+II Material Storage 0.00 to 01.11.08 31.12.08
III Leveling 0.00 to 01.11.08 01.12.08
VI Leveling parkingarea and laydown 0.00 to 01.110.8 31.12.08
IV SITA (Area IV, V, and Unitsplace) 0.00 to 01.11.08 31.12.08
11 installation staff office 0.00 to 08.12.08 30.01.09

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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 1.09

Mobile-cranes

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 0 m2 2200 m2
II 3700 m2 0 m2 3700 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 0 m2 1400 m2
V 800 m2 0 m2 800 m2
VI 2100 m2 0 m2 2100 m2
Januar 2009 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
11 fill up ditch 0.00 to 05.01.09 30.01.09 VI
02 Purge oil spot 0.00 to 05.01.09 30.01.09
03/04 Framework between sheetpiles -1.20 to 15.01.09 04.02.09
03/04 Excavation pit phase 2 -5.00 to 26.01.09 18.02.09
04/05 Piling 0.00 to 01.01.09 16.02.09
04/05 Concrete cellar floor 0.00 to 21.01.09 12.08.09
06 Piling 0.00 to 01.01.09 16.02.09
I / II break up existing tarmac, bottomash 0.00 to 05.01.09 27.02.09
11 Installation Container 0.00 to 08.12.08 30.01.09

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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 2.09

Mobile-cranes

Laydown Area

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 0 m2 2200 m2
II 3700 m2 0 m2 3700 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 0 m2 1400 m2
V 800 m2 0 m2 800 m2
VI 2100 m2 0 m2 2100 m2
Februar 2009 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
01/02 Piling 0.00 to 13.02.09 08.04.09
I / II break up existing tarmac, bottomash 0.00 to 05.01.09 27.02.09
03 Concrete cellar floor -5.00 to 09.02.09 10.04.09
03/04 Framework between sheetpiles -1.20 to 15.01.09 04.02.09
03/04 Excavation pit phase 2 -5.00 to 26.01.09 18.02.09
04 Concrete cellar floor -5.00 to 09.02.09 10.04.09
04/05 Concrete cellar floor 0.00 to 21.01.09 12.08.09
04/05 Piling 0.00 to 01.01.09 16.02.09
05 Piling 0.00 to 01.01.09 16.02.09
06 Piling 0.00 to 01.01.09 16.02.09
08 Piling 0.00 to 26.02.09 11.03.09

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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 3.09

Mobile-cranes

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 0 m2 2200 m2
II 3700 m2 0 m2 3700 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 0 m2 1400 m2
V 800 m2 0 m2 800 m2
VI 2100 m2 0 m2 2100 m2
Mrz 2009 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
01 Excavation pit -5.00 to 05.03.09 12.03.09
01 Turbine cellar -4.20 to 0.00 18.03.09 29.04.09
01/02 Piling 0.00 to 13.02.09 08.04.09
02 Concrete floor 0.00 to 12.03.09 17.04.09
03 Concrete cellar floor -5.00 to 09.02.09 10.04.09
04 Concrete cellar floor -5.00 to 09.02.09 10.04.09
05 Concrete cellar floor 0.00 to 21.01.09 12.08.09
06 Concrete Stack 0.00 to 18.03.09 16.04.09
08 Piling 0.00 to 26.02.09 11.03.09
08 Foundations ACC's 0.00 to 20.03.09 20.04.09
11 Cables / Canals to
11 fill / increase ditch 0.00 02.03.09 30.03.09

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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 4.09

Mobile-cranes

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 0 m2 2200 m2
II 3700 m2 0 m2 3700 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 0 m2 1400 m2
V 800 m2 0 m2 800 m2
VI 2100 m2 0 m2 2100 m2
April 2009 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
01 Turbine cellar -4.20 to 0.00 18.03.09 29.04.09
02 Concrete floor 0.00 to 12.03.09 17.04.09
02 Piling 0.00 to 13.02.09 08.04.09
03 installation towercrane -5.00 14.04.09 16.04.09
04 Concrete Cellarwalls -5.00 to 0.00 24.04.09 19.06.09
04 Sliding Phase 1 0 to 17.60 17.04.09 18.05.09
05 Concrete floor 0.00 to 21.01.09 12.08.09
05 Piling (silos) 0.00 to 10.04.09 29.04.09
06 Concrete Stack 0.00 to 18.03.09 16.04.09
07 Piling 0.00 to 20.03.09 07.04.09
07 Concrete floor / wall +8.00m 0.00 to 8.00 02.04.09 12.08.09
08 Foundations ACC's 0.00 to 20.03.09 20.04.09
08 Steel ACC's 0.00 to 6.00 27.04.09 20.07.09
I Piling 0.00 to 09.04.09 17.04.09
IV Piling (oil storage) 0.00 to 10.04.09 29.04.09

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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 5.09

Mobile-cranes

Working Area
Laydown
Area

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 0 m2 2200 m2
II 3700 m2 0 m2 3700 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 0 m2 1400 m2
V 800 m2 0 m2 800 m2
VI 2100 m2 0 m2 2100 m2
Mai 2009 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
01 Concrete turbine block -1.00 to 1.00 28.04.09 19.06.09
02 Concrete colums and floor 0.00 to 5.50 15.04.09 21.05.09
03 towercrane -5.00 14.04.09 25.09.09
03 preaparation sliding phase 2 -5.00 to 24.40 16.05.09 02.06.09
04 Concrete Cellarwalls -5.00 to 0.00 24.04.09 19.06.09
04 Sliding Phase 1 -5.00 to 17.60 17.04.09 18.05.09
05 Concrete floor incl. silo's East 0.00 to 21.01.09 03.07.09
07 Concrete floor / wall +8.00m 0.00 to 8.00 02.04.09 12.08.09
08 Steel ACC's 0.00 to 6.00 27.04.09 20.07.09

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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 6.09

Mobile-cranes

Working Area
WorkingA
rea

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 0 m2 2200 m2
II 3700 m2 0 m2 3700 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 0 m2 1400 m2
V 800 m2 0 m2 800 m2
VI 2100 m2 0 m2 2100 m2
Juni 2009 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
01 Concrete floor 0.00 to 5.50 08.06.09 28.07.09
02 Concrete wall 5.50 to 17.00 22.05.09 24.07.09
02 Prefab platform 24.50 to 26.06.09 03.07.09
03 towercrane -5.00 14.04.09 25.09.09
03 Sliding phase 2 -5.00 to 24.40 03.06.09 18.06.09
03 Concrete dumping holes 550 to 29.06.09 03.09.09
03 Remove sheetpiles 0.00 to 26.06.09 14.07.09
04 Remove sheetpiles 0.00 to 12.06.09 24.06.09
04 Prefab (+17.60m/+18.60m) 17.60 to 26.06.09 03.07.09
04 Concrete Cellarwalls -5.00 to 0.00 24.04.09 19.06.09
05 Concrete floor incl. silo's East 0.00 to 21.01.09 03.07.09
07 Concrete floor / wall +8.00m 0.00 to 8.00 21.01.09 12.08.09
08 Steel ACC's 0.00 to 6.00 27.04.09 20.07.09
10 Concrete cellars -1.50 to 0.00 22.06.09 17.07.09
10 Sliding phase 4 0.00 to 21.00 11.06.09 25.06.09

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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 7.09

Mobile-cranes

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 0 m2 2200 m2
II 3700 m2 0 m2 3700 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 0 m2 1400 m2
V 800 m2 0 m2 800 m2
VI 2100 m2 0 m2 2100 m2
Juli 2009 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
01 Concrete floor 0.00 to 5.50 08.06.09 28.07.09
02 Concrete wall 5.50 to 17.00 22.05.09 24.07.09
02 Prefab platform 24.50 to 26.06.09 03.07.09
02 Steelconstruction floor 5.50 to 04.07.09 10.07.09
03 towercrane -5.00 14.04.09 25.09.09
03 Concrete dumping holes 550 to 29.06.09 03.09.09
03 Remove sheetpiles 0.00 to 26.06.09 14.07.09
03 Steelconstruction walls 17.60 to 30.00 03.07.09 28.07.09
04 Prefab (+17.60m/+18.60m) 17.60 to 26.06.09 03.07.09
04 Sliding phase 3 17.60 to 30.00 06.07.09 24.07.09
04/05 Concrete floor 0.00 to 21.01.09 12.08.09
07 Concrete floor / wall +8.00m 0.00 to 8.00 21.01.09 12.08.09
08 Steel ACC's 0.00 to 6.00 27.04.09 20.07.09
10 Concrete floor (east) 0.00 to 22.07.09 07.08.09
10 Prefab flat (west) 0.00 to 21.00 28.07.09 06.08.09

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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 8.09

Mobile-cranes

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 0 m2 2200 m2
II 3700 m2 0 m2 3700 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 0 m2 1400 m2
V 800 m2 0 m2 800 m2
VI 2100 m2 0 m2 2100 m2
August 2009 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
01/02 Steel facade 0.00 to 12.00 11.08.09 02.09.09
02 Prefab 11.50 to 25.08.09 31.08.09
02 Colums / floor 5.50+ 0.00 to 5.50 17.08.09 02.10.09
03 towercrane -5.00 14.04.09 25.09.09
03 Concrete dumping holes / Floor 550 to 29.06.09 03.09.09
03 Prefab (north + south) 17.60 to 13.08.09 27.08.09
04 Steelconstruction walls ( N+S) 17.60 to 30.00 29.07.09 12.08.09
04/05 Concrete floor 0.00 to 21.01.09 12.08.09
05 FC rooms (Brickwork) 0.00 to 14.08.09 28.08.09
07 Concrete floor / wall +8.00m 0.00 to 8.00 21.01.09 12.08.09
10 Concrete floor (east) 0.00 to 22.07.09 07.08.09
10 Prefab flat 0.00 to 21.00 11.08.09 30.09.09
11 Installation FAB office 0.00 to 03.08.09 28.08.09

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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 9.09

Mobile-cranes

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 1600 m2 600 m2
II 3700 m2 3700 m2 0 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 1400 m2 0 m2
V 800 m2 800 m2 0 m2
VI 2100 m2 2100 m2 0 m2
September 2009 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
01 BFW Tank 7.00 to 15.09.09
01 Overheadcrane Turbine Hall 8.70 to 15.09.09
02 Colums / floor 5.50+ 5.50 to 17.08.09 02.10.09
03 Floor 17.60 to 20.08.09 07.09.09
03 demounting Towercrane BCI to 28.09.09 03.05.10
04 mounting Towercrane VRI to 28.09.09 03.05.10
05 mounting Towercrane VRI to 28.09.09 ?
08 ACC to 19.09.09 15.02.10 II 3700 m2
10 Erection Prefab 0.00 to 21.00 11.08.09 30.09.09
I delivery Boiler to I 1600 m2
IV delivery early equipment to 21.09.09 IV 500 m2
IV delivery Metal Sheet to IV 900 m2
V delivery heavy parts (Grate, Feedhopper,)to V 800 m2
VI delivery ducts to VI 500 m2
VI delivery Steelstructure to VI 1000 m2
VI several storage / transports to Feb. 11 VI 600 m2
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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 10.09

Mobile-cranes

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 2200 m2 0 m2
II 3700 m2 3700 m2 0 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 1400 m2 0 m2
V 800 m2 800 m2 0 m2
VI 2100 m2 2100 m2 0 m2
Oktober 2009 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
01 Turbine Hall & water post to 01.10.09 01.10.10 II 2000 m2
01 Roofing and cladding to 30.09.09 16.12.09
02 Steelstructure and finishing to 28.09.09 19.03.10
04 Towercrane VRI to 28.09.09 03.05.10
04 Lift in early equipment -5.00 to 05.10.09 05.10.09 IV 500 m2
04 Lift in ducts / duct work / piping to 20.10.09 20.04.10 VI 500 m2
04 Steelstructure Boiler -5.00 to 6.00 05.10.09 19.10.09 28.10.09 09.11.09 VI 1000 m2
04 heavy parts (Grate, Feedhopper,) 6.00 to 17.60 19.10.09 02.11.09 10.11.09 24.11.09 V 800 m2
05 Towercrane VRI to 28.09.09 ?
08 ACC to 15.09.09 15.02.10 II 1700 m2
09 Foundation Pipbridge to 28.09.09 16.10.10
10 Cladding to 08.10.09 17.12.09
10 Roofing to 24.09.09 23.10.09
I delivery/preassembly Boiler to I 2200 m2
IV delivery/preassembly Metal Sheet to IV 900 m2
VI several storage / transports to Feb. 11 VI 600 m2
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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 11.09

Mobile-cranes

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 2200 m2 0 m2
II 3700 m2 3700 m2 0 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 1400 m2 0 m2
V 800 m2 800 m2 0 m2
VI 2100 m2 2100 m2 0 m2
November 2009 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
01 Turbine Hall & water post to 01.10.09 01.10.10 II 2000 m2
1/2/10 Cladding and finishing to 08.10.09 09.03.10
03 Steelstructure roof / Bunker cranes to
04 Towercrane VRI to 28.09.09 03.05.10
04 heavy parts (Grate, Feedhopper,) 6.00 to 17.60 19.10.09 02.11.09 10.11.09 24.11.09 V 800 m2
04 Lift in ducts / duct work / piping to 09.11.09 20.04.10 VI 500 m2
04 Steelstructure Boiler -5.00 to 6.00 05.10.09 19.10.09 28.10.09 09.11.09 VI 1000 m2
04 Steelstructure Boiler 0.00 to 12.00 02.11.09 03.12.09 24.11.09 24.12.09 VI
04 Steelstructure Boiler 6.00 to 31.60 02.11.09 24.12.09 24.11.09 18.01.10 VI
04 Steel Boiler (BCI) to
05 Towercrane VRI to 28.09.09 ?
05 Steelstructure FGT 0.00 to 12.00 09.11.09 27.11.09 09.12.09 06.01.10 VI
05 Lift in E-Filter to 30.11.09 IV 1400 m2
08 ACC to 15.09.09 15.02.10 II 1700 m2
I delivery/preassembly Boiler to I 2200 m2
VI several storage / transports to Feb. 11 VI 600 m2
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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 12.09

Mobile-cranes

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 2200 m2 0 m2
II 3700 m2 3700 m2 0 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 1400 m2 0 m2
V 800 m2 800 m2 0 m2
VI 2100 m2 2100 m2 0 m2
Dezember 2009 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
01 Turbine Hall & water post to 01.10.09 01.10.10 II 2000 m2
1/2/10 Roofing, cladding and finishing to 08.10.09 09.03.10
03/04 Steel and roofing (BCI) to 07.12.09 26.02.10
04 Towercrane VRI to 28.09.09 03.05.10
04 Boiler to 24.12.09 17.03.10 19.01.10 08.04.10 I 2200 m2
04 Lift in ash conveyor, ash hoppers 12.00 to 04.12.09 07.12.09 04.01.10 07.01.10 V 800 m2
04 Lift in ducts / duct work / piping to 09.11.09 20.04.10 VI 500 m2
04 Steelstructure Boiler 0.00 to 12.00 02.11.09 03.12.09 24.11.09 24.12.09 VI 1000 m2
04 Steelstructure Boiler 6.00 to 31.60 02.11.09 24.12.09 24.11.09 18.01.10 VI
04 Steelstructure Boiler 12.00 to 22.00 08.12.09 24.12.09 24.11.09 19.01.10 VI
05 Towercrane VRI to 28.09.09 ?
05 E-Filter, Reactor, Catalyst to 30.11.09 23.12.09 06.01.10 01.02.10 IV 1400 m2
05 Steelstructure FGT 0.00 to 12.00 09.11.09 27.11.09 09.12.09 06.01.10 VI
05 Steelstructure FGT 9.00 to 22.00 24.12.09 21.01.10 01.02.10 23.02.10 VI
08 ACC to 15.09.09 15.02.10 II 1700 m2
VI several storage / transports to Feb. 11 VI 600 m2
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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 1.10

Mobile-cranes

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 2200 m2 0 m2
II 3700 m2 3700 m2 0 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 1400 m2 0 m2
V 800 m2 800 m2 0 m2
VI 2100 m2 2100 m2 0 m2
Januar 2010 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
01 Turbine Hall & water post to 01.10.09 01.10.10 II 1700 m2
1/2/3/10Roofing, cladding and finishing to 08.10.09 15.04.10
04 Towercrane VRI to 28.09.09 03.05.10
04 Boiler to 24.12.09 17.03.10 19.01.10 08.04.10 I 2200 m2
04 Lift in ash conveyor, ash hoppers 12.00 to 04.12.09 07.12.09 04.01.10 07.01.10 V 800 m2
04 Lift in ducts / duct work / piping to 09.11.09 20.04.10 VI 500 m2
04 Steelstructure Boiler 6.00 to 31.60 02.11.09 24.12.09 24.11.09 18.01.10 VI 1000 m2
04 Steelstructure Boiler 12.00 to 22.00 08.12.09 24.12.09 24.11.09 19.01.10 VI
04 Steel Boiler (BCI) to
05 Towercrane VRI to 28.09.09 ?
05 E-Filter, Reactor, Catalyst to 30.11.09 23.12.09 06.01.10 01.02.10 IV 1400 m2
05 Steelstructure FGT 0.00 to 12.00 09.11.09 27.11.09 09.12.09 06.01.10 VI
05 Steelstructure FGT 9.00 to 22.00 24.12.09 21.01.10 01.02.10 23.02.10 VI
05 Steelstructure Silos to 21.01.10 11.02.10 VI
08 ACC to 15.09.09 15.02.10 II 1000 m2
09 Pipebridge to 01.01.10 01.10.10 II 1000 m2
VI several storage / transports to Feb. 11 VI 600 m2
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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 2.10

Mobile-cranes

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 1500 m2 700 m2
II 3700 m2 3700 m2 0 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 1400 m2 0 m2
V 800 m2 600 m2 200 m2
VI 2100 m2 2100 m2 0 m2
Februar 2010 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
01 Erection Turbine/Generator to 08.02.10 19.02.10 II 500 m2
01 Turbine Hall & water post to 01.10.09 01.10.10 II 1700 m2
01/02 Roofing, cladding and finishing to 08.10.09 09.03.10
03/10 Roofing, cladding and finishing to 07.12.09 15.04.10
04 Towercrane VRI to 28.09.09 03.05.10
04 Boiler to 24.12.09 17.03.10 19.01.10 08.04.10 I 1500 m2
04 duct work / piping to 09.11.09 20.04.10 VI 500 m2
04 Steel Boiler (BCI) to
05 Towercrane VRI to 28.09.09 ?
05 completion work E-Filter, Reactor, Catalyst to 30.11.09 23.12.09 06.01.10 01.02.10 IV 1400 m2
05 Steelstructure FGT 9.00 to 22.00 24.12.09 21.01.10 01.02.10 23.02.10 VI 1000 m2
05 Steelstructure Silos to 21.01.10 11.02.10 VI
05 delivery Silos and placement 15.02.10 12.03.10 V 200 m2
08 ACC to 15.09.09 15.02.10 II 500 m2
09 Pipebridge to 01.01.10 01.10.10 II 1000 m2
V several storage / transports to V 400 m2
VI several storage / transports to Feb. 11 VI 600 m2
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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 3.10

Mobile-cranes

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 2200 m2 0 m2
II 3700 m2 3700 m2 0 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 1400 m2 0 m2
V 800 m2 800 m2 0 m2
VI 2100 m2 2100 m2 0 m2
Mrz 2010 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
01 Turbine Hall & water post to 01.10.09 01.10.10 II 1700 m2
1/2/3 Cladding and finishing to 08.10.09 15.04.10
04 Towercrane VRI to 28.09.09 03.05.10
04 Boiler to 24.12.09 17.03.10 19.01.10 08.04.10 I 1200 m2
04 completion work Boiler to 18.03.10 21.05.10 08.04.10 11.06.10 I
04 duct work / piping to 09.11.09 20.04.10 VI 500 m2
04 Steel Boiler (BCI) to 12.01.10 06.04.10
05 Towercrane VRI to 28.09.09 ?
05 completion work E-Filter, Reactor, Catalyst to 30.11.09 23.12.09 06.01.10 01.02.10 IV 1000 m2
05 Steelstructure Silos to VI 1000 m2
05 Silos 15.02.10 12.03.10 V 200 m2
05 Insulation FGT to 25.02.10 09.04.10 29.03.10 12.05.10 IV 400 m2
09 Pipebridge to 01.01.10 01.10.10 II 2000 m2
I Concrete works stepuptrafo to 15.02.10 15.04.10 I 1000 m2
V delivery Stack, erection till sup. Steel to 30.03.10 V 600 m2
VI several storage / transports to Feb. 11 VI 600 m2

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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 4.10

Mobile-cranes

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 3700 m2 -1500 m2
II 3700 m2 3700 m2 0 m2
III 900 m2 900 m2 0 m2
IV 1400 m2 1400 m2 0 m2
V 800 m2 800 m2 0 m2
VI 2100 m2 2100 m2 0 m2
April 2010 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
01 Turbine Hall & water post to 01.10.09 01.10.10 II 1700 m2
2/3/4 Cladding and finishing, roofing to 20.01.10 21.10.10
04 Towercrane VRI to 28.09.09 03.05.10
04 Boiler to 24.12.09 17.03.10 19.01.10 08.04.10 I 1500 m2
04 completion work Boiler to 18.03.10 21.05.10 08.04.10 11.06.10 I
04 duct work / piping to 09.11.09 20.04.10 VI 700 m2
04/05 Insulation FGT / Boiler to 25.02.10 09.04.10 29.03.10 12.05.10 IV 400 m2
04/05 Roofing Boiler/Steel Boiler/FGT (BCI) to 12.01.10 16.06.10
05 Towercrane VRI to 28.09.09 ?
05 completion work E-Filter, Reactor, Catalyst to 30.11.09 23.12.09 06.01.10 01.02.10 IV 1000 m2
06 Steelstructure Stack to 08.04.10 15.04.10 VI 700 m2
06 erection Stack to 14.04.10 20.04.10 V 800 m2
09 Pipebridge to 01.01.10 01.10.10 II 2000 m2
I HV-Switchyard SITA to 01.04.10 I 2200 m2
III Flyover to 01.04.10 30.09.10 III 900 m2
VI several storage / transports to Feb. 11 VI 700 m2

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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 5.10

Mobile-cranes

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 3700 m2 -1500 m2
II 3700 m2 3700 m2 0 m2
III 900 m2 900 m2 0 m2
IV 1400 m2 1400 m2 0 m2
V 800 m2 500 m2 300 m2
VI 2100 m2 2100 m2 0 m2
Mai 2010 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
01 Turbine Hall & water post to 01.10.09 01.10.10 II 1700 m2
04 remove Towercrane VRI to 28.09.09 03.05.10
04 Boiler pressure test to 17.05.10 21.05.10 02.06.10 09.06.10
04 completion work Boiler to 18.03.10 21.05.10 08.04.10 11.06.10 I 1500 m2
04 completion work duct / piping to 18.05.10 03.09.10 03.06.10 17.09.10 VI 700 m2
4/5 Insulation Boiler to 25.05.10 06.09.10 IV 400 m2
04 Roofing to 01.04.10 16.06.10
04/05 completion Steelstructure 16.06.10 VI 700 m2
05 Towercrane VRI to 28.09.09 ?
05 Steel FGT (BCI) to 08.04.10 14.06.10
05 completion work E-Filter, Reactor, Catalyst to 30.11.09 23.12.09 06.01.10 01.02.10 IV 1000 m2
09 Pipebridge to 01.01.10 01.10.10 II 2000 m2
I HV-Switchyard SITA to 08.02.10 I 2200 m2
III/7 Flyover / walls bottomash to 01.04.10 30.09.10 III 900 m2
V refractory to 25.05.10 24.08.10 09.06.10 09.09.10 V 200 m2
V ash handling to V 300 m2
VI several storage / transports to Feb. 11 VI 700 m2
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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 6.10

Mobile-cranes

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 3700 m2 -1500 m2
II 3700 m2 3700 m2 0 m2
III 900 m2 900 m2 0 m2
IV 1400 m2 1400 m2 0 m2
V 800 m2 750 m2 50 m2
VI 2100 m2 2100 m2 0 m2
Juni 2010 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
01 Turbine Hall & water post to 01.10.09 01.10.10 II 1700 m2
04 Boiler pressure test to 17.05.10 21.05.10 02.06.10 09.06.10
04 completion work Boiler to 18.03.10 21.05.10 08.04.10 11.06.10 I 1500 m2
04 refractory to 25.05.10 24.08.10 09.06.10 09.09.10 V 200 m2
04 completion work duct / piping to 18.05.10 03.09.10 03.06.10 17.09.10 VI 700 m2
4/5 Insulation Boiler to 25.05.10 06.09.10 IV 400 m2
04 Roofing cladding to 01.04.10 16.06.10
04/05 completion Steelstructure 16.06.10 VI 700 m2
04/05 ash handling to V 300 m2
05 Towercrane VRI to 28.09.09 ?
05 Steel FGT (BCI) to 08.04.10 14.06.10
05 completion work E-Filter, Reactor, Catalyst to 30.11.09 23.12.09 06.01.10 01.02.10 IV 1000 m2
09 Pipebridge to 01.01.10 01.10.10 II 2000 m2
I HV-Switchyard SITA to 08.02.10 I 2200 m2
III/7 Flyover / walls bottomash to 01.04.10 30.09.10 III 900 m2
V ash conveyor to V 250 m2
VI several storage / transports to Feb. 11 VI 700 m2
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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 7.10

Mobile-cranes

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 3200 m2 -1000 m2
II 3700 m2 3700 m2 0 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 1400 m2 0 m2
V 800 m2 750 m2 50 m2
VI 2100 m2 2100 m2 0 m2
Juli 2010 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
01 Turbine Hall & water post to 01.10.09 01.10.10 II 1700 m2
04 completion work Boiler to 18.03.10 21.05.10 08.04.10 11.06.10 I 1000 m2
04 refractory to 25.05.10 24.08.10 09.06.10 09.09.10 V 200 m2
04 completionen work duct / piping to 18.05.10 03.09.10 03.06.10 17.09.10 VI 700 m2
04 Cladding to 01.06.10 21.10.10
04/05 final insulation work to 07.07.10 06.09.10 IV 400 m2
04/05 ash handling to V 300 m2
05 Towercrane VRI to 28.09.09 ?
05 Roofing to 21.05.10 23.07.10
05 completion work E-Filter, Reactor, Catalyst to 30.11.09 23.12.09 06.01.10 01.02.10 IV 1000 m2
07 Steelstructure ash conveyor 30.06.10 04.08.10 VI 700 m2
09 Pipebridge to 01.01.10 01.10.10 II 2000 m2
I HV-Switchyard SITA to 08.02.10 I 2200 m2
V ash conveyor to V 250 m2
VI several storage / transports to Feb. 11 VI 700 m2

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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 8.10

Mobile-cranes

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 3200 m2 -1000 m2
II 3700 m2 3700 m2 0 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 1400 m2 0 m2
V 800 m2 750 m2 50 m2
VI 2100 m2 2100 m2 0 m2
August 2010 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
01 Turbine Hall & water post to 01.10.09 01.10.10 II 1700 m2
04 completion work Boiler to 18.03.10 21.05.10 08.04.10 11.06.10 I 1000 m2
04 refractory to 25.05.10 24.08.10 09.06.10 09.09.10 V 200 m2
04 completionen work duct / piping to 18.05.10 03.09.10 03.06.10 17.09.10 VI 700 m2
04 Cladding to 01.06.10 21.10.10
04/05 final insulation work to 07.07.10 06.09.10 IV 400 m2
04/05 ash handling to V 300 m2
05 Towercrane VRI to 28.09.09 ?
05 finishing to 14.09.10 21.12.10
05 completion work E-Filter, Reactor, Catalyst to 30.11.09 23.12.09 06.01.10 01.02.10 IV 1000 m2
07 Steelstructure ash conveyor 30.06.10 04.08.10 VI 700 m2
07 ash conveyor to 04.08.10 15.09.10 V 250 m2
07 Steelstructure bottomash
09 Pipebridge to 01.01.10 01.10.10 II 2000 m2
I HV-Switchyard SITA to 08.02.10 I 2200 m2
VI several storage / transports to Feb. 11 VI 700 m2

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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 9.10

Mobile-cranes

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 3200 m2 -1000 m2
II 3700 m2 3700 m2 0 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 1400 m2 0 m2
V 800 m2 750 m2 50 m2
VI 2100 m2 2100 m2 0 m2
September 2010 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
01 Turbine Hall & water post to 01.10.09 01.10.10 II 1700 m2
04 completion work Boiler to 18.03.10 21.05.10 08.04.10 11.06.10 I 1000 m2
04 refractory to 25.05.10 24.08.10 09.06.10 09.09.10 V 200 m2
04 completionen work duct / piping to 18.05.10 03.09.10 03.06.10 17.09.10 VI 700 m2
04 Cladding to 01.06.10 21.10.10
04/05 final insulation work to 07.07.10 06.09.10 IV 400 m2
04/05 ash handling to V 300 m2
05 Towercrane VRI to 28.09.09 ?
05 finishing to 14.09.10 21.12.10
05 completion work E-Filter, Reactor, Catalyst to 30.11.09 23.12.09 06.01.10 01.02.10 IV 1000 m2
07 ash conveyor to 04.08.10 15.09.10 V 250 m2
07 Roofing bottomash 06.09.10 22.10.10
09 Pipebridge to 01.01.10 01.10.10 II 2000 m2
I HV-Switchyard SITA to 08.02.10 I 2200 m2
VI Steelstructure to VI 700 m2
VI several storage / transports to Feb. 11 VI 700 m2

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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 10.10

Mobile-cranes

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 2200 m2 0 m2
II 3700 m2 0 m2 3700 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 1400 m2 0 m2
V 800 m2 800 m2 0 m2
VI 2100 m2 2100 m2 0 m2
Oktober 2010 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
Start cold commissioning to 14.10.10 10.01.11
11 Dismanteling offices FAB (to build weigthbridges) Dec. 10
I HV-Switchyard SITA to 08.02.10 I 2200 m2
IV several storage / transports VRI to Nov. 10 IV 1400 m2
V several storage / transports VRI to Nov. 10 V 800 m2
VI several storage / transports VRI to Feb. 11 VI 2100 m2

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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 11.10

Mobile-cranes

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 2200 m2 0 m2
II 3700 m2 0 m2 3700 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 1400 m2 0 m2
V 800 m2 800 m2 0 m2
VI 2100 m2 2100 m2 0 m2
November 2010 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
Cold commissioning to 14.10.10 10.01.11
11 Piling weigthbridges Dec. 10
I HV-Switchyard SITA to 08.02.10 I 2200 m2
IV Concrete works oil storage to IV 1400 m2
V several storage / transports VRI to Nov. 10 V 800 m2
VI several storage / transports VRI to Feb. 11 VI 2100 m2

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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 12.10

Mobile-cranes

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 2200 m2 0 m2
II 3700 m2 0 m2 3700 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 0 m2 1400 m2
V 800 m2 0 m2 800 m2
VI 2100 m2 2100 m2 0 m2
Dezember 2010 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
Cold commissioning to 14.10.10 10.01.11
11 Concrete works weigthbridges / Storages slab
11 Underground infrastructure (sewersystem, earthing, piping, cables)
I HV-Switchyard SITA to 08.02.10 I 2200 m2
VI several storage / transports VRI to Feb. 11 VI 2100 m2

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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 1.11

Mobile-cranes

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 2200 m2 0 m2
II 3700 m2 0 m2 3700 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 0 m2 1400 m2
V 800 m2 0 m2 800 m2
VI 2100 m2 2100 m2 0 m2
Januar 2011 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
Cold commissioning to 14.10.10 10.01.11
Start hot commissioning to 10.01.11 14.04.11
11 Underground infrastructure (sewersystem, earthing, piping, cables)
I HV-Switchyard SITA to 08.02.10 I 2200 m2
VI several storage / transports VRI to Feb. 11 VI 2100 m2

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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 2.11

Mobile-cranes

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 2200 m2 0 m2
II 3700 m2 3700 m2 0 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 0 m2 1400 m2
V 800 m2 0 m2 800 m2
VI 2100 m2 2100 m2 0 m2
Februar 2011 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
Hot commissioning to 10.01.11 14.04.11
11 Roadworks & landscaping
II Groundwork rainwaterbassing II 3700 m2
I HV-Switchyard SITA to 08.02.10 I 2200 m2
VI several storage / transports VRI to Feb. 11 VI 2100 m2

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BAVIRO ROOSENDAAL BAM / VRI Scenario Book 3.11

Mobile-cranes

Laydown-Area

occupied
Total m2

free
I 2200 m2 2200 m2 0 m2
II 3700 m2 3700 m2 0 m2
III 900 m2 0 m2 900 m2
IV 1400 m2 0 m2 1400 m2
V 800 m2 0 m2 800 m2
VI 2100 m2 2100 m2 0 m2
Mrz 2011 Elevation Line 1 Line 2 Laydown
BS Work to Start End Start End Area m2
Hot commissioning to 10.01.11 14.04.11
11 Roadworks & landscaping
11 Fencing
II Groundwork rainwaterbassing II 3700 m2
I HV-Switchyard SITA to 08.02.10 I 2200 m2
VI several storage / transports VRI to Feb. 11 VI 2100 m2

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Rev. Date Author Checked Description Status

SITA ReEnergy
Page 1 of 22 Status
Doc. No.

BAVIRO P_10AAA1_ 003

Issued Checked Released


Title

Date 16.12.08
Name Brodtbeck
Scenario Book Level 3
Initials MBR

Filename P_10AAA1_Scenario Book Level 3_00_003_BVR.doc

Copyright Consortium Royal BAM Group Von Roll Inova


TABLE OF CONTENTS:

1 VRI September 2009 ................................................................................................3


2 VRI October 2009.....................................................................................................4
3 VRI November 2009 .................................................................................................5
4 VRI December 2009 .................................................................................................6
5 VRI January 2010.....................................................................................................7
6 VRI February / March 2010 ......................................................................................9
7 VRI April / May 2010 ..............................................................................................13
8 VRI May 2010 .........................................................................................................16
9 VRI June 2010........................................................................................................18
10 VRI July 2010 .........................................................................................................20
11 VRI August 2010 ....................................................................................................21
12 Completed Building...............................................................................................22

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1 VRI September 2009

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2 VRI October 2009

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3 VRI November 2009

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4 VRI December 2009

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5 VRI January 2010

January 2010 Figure 1/2

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January 2010 Figure 2/2

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6 VRI February / March 2010

February / March 2010 Figure 1/4

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February / March 2010 Figure 2/4

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February / March 2010 Figure 3/4

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February / March 2010 Figure 4/4

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7 VRI April / May 2010

April / May 2010 Figure 1/3

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April / May 2010 Figure 2/3

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April / May 2010 Figure 3/3

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8 VRI May 2010

May 2010 Figure 1/2

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May 2010 Figure 2/2

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9 VRI June 2010

June 2010 Figure 1/2

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June 2010 Figure 2/2

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10 VRI July 2010

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11 VRI August 2010

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12 Completed Building

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