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PUNJAB BARRAGES IMPROVEMENT

PHASE-II (PBIP-II) PROJECT

PMO FOR PUNJAB BARRAGES


IRRIGATION DEPARTMENT
GOVERNMENT OF THE PUNJAB

REHABILITATION AND MODERNIZATION OF JINNAH BARRAGE


CIVIL, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL AND BARRAGE COLONY WORKS

SUPPORTING REPORT

FOR

DETAILED CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE (SP-19)

(BASE LINE PROGRAMME)

April 2013

DESCON-CCC JOINT VENTURE


PUNJAB BARRAGES IMPROVEMENT
PHASE-II (PBIP-II) PROJECT

REHABILITATION AND MODERNIZATION


OF JINNAH BARRAGE

SUPPORTING REPORT

FOR
DETAILED CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE (SP-19)

(BASE LINE PROGRAMME)

APRIL 2013

PREPARED VERIFIED APPROVED


Rev DATE DESCRIPTION
BY BY BY

0 03/04/13 Supporting Report for Baseline Program NSK SLB SNH


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Contents
1 OBJECTIVE .................................................................................................................... 1
2 APPLICABILITY ............................................................................................................. 1
3 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS .......................................................................................... 1
4 SCOPE OF WORKS ....................................................................................................... 1
4.1 BARRAGE CIVIL WORKS............................................................................................................ 1

4.2 EMPLOYER’S/ ENGINEER’S/ SOCIAL FACILITIES ....................................................................... 2

4.3 MISCELLANEOUS ASSOCIATED WORKS .................................................................................... 2

4.4 MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL WORKS .................................................................................. 2

4.5 BARRAGE COLONY WORKS ....................................................................................................... 2

5 FORMATION OF DETAILED CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE ........................................ 3


5.1 SOFTWARE ................................................................................................................................. 3

5.2 PROJECT WBS ........................................................................................................................... 3

5.3 ACTIVITY CODES ....................................................................................................................... 4

5.4 PROJECT ACTIVITIES ................................................................................................................. 5

5.4.1 Activity Count .................................................................................................... 5

5.4.2 Activity ID .......................................................................................................... 5

5.4.3 Project & Activity Duration ................................................................................. 5

5.4.4 Project & Activity Dates ..................................................................................... 6

5.4.5 Activities with Zero Float (Critical Activities) ...................................................... 6

5.4.6 Critical Path & Critical Activities ........................................................................ 6

5.4.7 Activity Constraints............................................................................................ 6

5.4.8 Milestones ......................................................................................................... 6

5.4.9 Activity Weights Definition ................................................................................. 7

5.5 PROJECT CALENDARS ................................................................................................................ 7

5.6 NETWORK LOGIC DIAGRAM ...................................................................................................... 7

5.7 RESOURCE LOADING & REPORTS .............................................................................................. 7

5.8 BRIEF WORK STRATEGY ........................................................................................................... 8


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5.9 PLANNING ASSUMPTIONS & DISCRETIONARY DEPENDENCIES ................................................. 8

6 MOBILIZATION AND SITE INSTALLATIONS ................................................................ 9


6.1 AGGREGATES PRODUCTION FACILITIES .................................................................................... 9

6.2 SAND........................................................................................................................................ 10

6.3 CONCRETE PRODUCTION FACILITIES ...................................................................................... 10

6.4 CEMENT ................................................................................................................................... 11

6.5 SLAG ........................................................................................................................................ 11

6.6 WATER..................................................................................................................................... 11

6.7 TRANSPORT OF CONCRETE ...................................................................................................... 11

6.8 RESIDENCE FACILITIES ............................................................................................................ 11

7 CARE AND HANDLING OF WATER ............................................................................ 12


7.1 STAGE-1 ................................................................................................................................... 12

7.1.1 Phase-A .......................................................................................................... 12

7.1.2 Phase-B .......................................................................................................... 12

7.1.3 Pumping of Surface Water .............................................................................. 13

7.1.4 Pumping of Sub Surface Water ....................................................................... 13

7.2 STAGE-2 ................................................................................................................................... 13

7.2.1 Phase-C .......................................................................................................... 13

7.2.2 Phase-D .......................................................................................................... 13

7.2.3 Pumping of Surface Water .............................................................................. 13

7.2.4 Pumping of Sub Surface Water ....................................................................... 13

7.3 REMOVAL OF COFFER DAMS: .......................................................................................... 14

8 BARRAGE WORKS...................................................................................................... 14
8.1 GENERAL APPROACH .............................................................................................................. 14

8.2 SHEET PILING ........................................................................................................................... 14

8.2.1 Objective ......................................................................................................... 14

8.2.2 Scope of work ................................................................................................. 14


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8.2.3 Materials ......................................................................................................... 14

8.2.4 Methodology ................................................................................................... 15

8.3 INSTALLATION OF PIEZOMETER .............................................................................................. 17

8.3.1 Drilling of Instrumentation Holes...................................................................... 17

8.3.2 Installation of V. Wire Piezometer ................................................................... 18

8.3.3 Installation of Stand pipe Piezometer .............................................................. 19

8.4 CONSTRUCTION OF SUBSIDIARY WEIR.................................................................................... 20

8.4.1 Component of Structure .................................................................................. 20

8.4.2 Construction Procedure .................................................................................. 21

8.4.3 Graded Filter and Concrete Block Apron ......................................................... 21

8.5 GABION .................................................................................................................................... 22

8.6 EXTENSION OF NAVIGATION LOCK WALL .............................................................................. 22

8.6.1 Main Components ........................................................................................... 22

8.6.2 Construction Procedure .................................................................................. 22

8.7 EXTENSION OF DIVIDE WALL, FISH LADDER AND PIERS ........................................................ 23

8.7.1 Main components............................................................................................ 23

8.7.2 Construction Procedure .................................................................................. 23

8.8 CONSTRUCTION OF FLARED OUT WALL (LEFT SITE D/S) ....................................................... 24

8.8.1 Main Component............................................................................................. 24

8.8.2 Construction Procedure .................................................................................. 24

8.9 EXTENSION OF D/S EMBANKMENT AND GUIDE BANK ............................................................. 24

8.10 EARTHWORKS (GUIDE BANKS) ............................................................................................ 25

8.10.1 Embankment ........................................................................................... 25

8.10.2 Backfilling and Compaction ..................................................................... 25

8.10.3 Excavation .............................................................................................. 25

8.11 STONE PITCHING FOR GUIDE BANKS AND SPUR ................................................................... 26

8.11.1 Scope of Work ........................................................................................ 26


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8.11.2 Guide Banks ........................................................................................... 26

8.12 HOCKEY SPUR ...................................................................................................................... 26

8.12.1 Main Component..................................................................................... 26

8.12.2 Embankment Fill ..................................................................................... 27

8.13 APPROACH ROAD FROM BARRAGE TO BARRAGE COLONY.................................................... 27

8.14 REPAIR WORK ...................................................................................................................... 28

8.14.1 Condition Survey ..................................................................................... 28

8.14.2 Repair of Friction Block, Stilling Basin Floor and Stone work .................. 28

8.14.3 Barrage Piers, Contraction Joint between Existing Divide Walls /


Navigation Lock Walls and New wall Extension ....................................................... 28

8.14.4 Barrage Foundation ................................................................................ 29

8.14.5 Replenishing Stone and Block Aprons d/s existing Barrage .................... 29

9 BARRAGE COLONY WORKS...................................................................................... 29


9.1 CONSTRUCTION OF NEW BUILDINGS, SCHOOLS AND BHU .................................................... 29

9.1.1 Scope of Work ................................................................................................ 29

9.1.2 Preliminary Works ........................................................................................... 30

9.1.3 Construction Methodology............................................................................... 30

9.1.4 Building Works ................................................................................................ 31

9.2 REHABILITATION OF EXISTING BARRAGE COLONY BUILDINGS ............................................. 42

9.2.1 Scope of Work ................................................................................................ 42

9.3 HANDING / TAKING OVER ....................................................................................................... 44

10 CONSTRUCTION OF PUBLIC PARK........................................................................... 44


10.1 SCOPE OF THE WORK ............................................................................................................ 44

10.2 SITE PREPARATION ............................................................................................................... 44

10.3 LANDSCAPING....................................................................................................................... 44

10.4 GENERAL .............................................................................................................................. 45

10.5 LAYOUT OF PLANTING AREAS.............................................................................................. 45

10.6 PREPARATIONS OF AREAS FOR PLANTING............................................................................ 45


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10.7 CULTIVATION OF PLANTING AREAS ..................................................................................... 46

10.8 GRASSING (SPRIGGING OR SODDING) ................................................................................... 46

11 KALABGH RAILWAY BRIDGE .................................................................................... 46


11.1 MAIN REQUIREMENT ............................................................................................................ 46

11.2 CONSTRUCTION METHODOLOGY ......................................................................................... 46

12 EQUIPMENT AND PERSONNEL ................................................................................. 47


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1 OBJECTIVE

The objective of this supporting report is to provide a comprehensive narration for


explaining the formation of base line schedule & methods/ strategies to perform works
which are to be carried out by Descon-CCC Joint Venture for Civil, Mechanical & Electrical
and Barragre Colony Work under the Contract JB/ICB-01, within Punjab Barrages
Improvement (PBIP-II) Project for Rehabilitation and Modernization of Jinnah Barrage.

2 APPLICABILITY

The content of this report refers to the main tasks scheduled on “SP-19 Construction
Schedule”.

3 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

Reference is made to:

 Contract JB/ICB-01 “Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Barrage Colony Works”


General Conditions of Contract” Sub-Clause 8.3, sub-paragraph (d);

 Contract JB/ICB-01 Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Barrage Colony Works”


Special Provision, SP-19 “Construction Schedule”;

 Approved GCC-8.3 Detailed Time schedule “Baseline Programme”;

4 SCOPE OF WORKS

4.1 Barrage Civil Works

i. Care and Handling of Water including construction and removal of Cofferdams


upstream and downstream of the Barrage and working pads.
ii. Subsidiary weir in front of main weir of the barrage with a crest RL 676 at a
distance of 600ft from the main barrage gate line with appurtenant structure.
iii. Subsidiary weir at crest level RL 675 in front of right and left under sluices at a
distance of 600ft from the existing barrage.
iv. Extension of existing Navigation Lock wall
v. Construction of left Abutment wall
vi. Construction of left Flared Out Walls
vii. Extension of existing left and right Divide Walls
viii. Extension of existing left and right Fish Ladders
ix. Sheet Piling
x. Instrumentation
xi. Dismantling & Repair Works for existing Main Barrage
xii. Extension of left & right Guide Banks on d/s of Main Barrage
xiii. Approach Road for Barrage Colony
xiv. Spurs

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xv. Strengthening of Left & Right Marginal Bund


xvi. Strengthening of Colony Protection Bund
xvii. Strengthening of left & right Guide Bunds on u/s of Main Barrage

4.2 Employer’s/ Engineer’s/ Social Facilities

i. Employer’s/ Engineer’s Office


ii. Engineer’s Laboratory
iii. School for Boys
iv. School for Girls
v. Basic Health Unit & Allied Residences
vi. Recreational Facilities
vii. Rehabilitation of existing Mosques
viii. Development of Public Park
ix. Vehicles for Employer/ Engineer

4.3 Miscellaneous Associated Works

i. Construction of Diversion Channel


ii. Construction of Jetty & incline facility
iii. Rehabilitation of existing Kalabagh Railway Bridge
iv. Construction of Control Building
v. Dismantling of Old Workshop & Construction of New Workshop

4.4 Mechanical and Electrical Works

i. Condition survey of M&E works


ii. Rehabilitation of worn out and corroded lower pan of the gates including trusses,
skin plate and end girders.
 Under sluice gates, Navigation lock gates and fish ladder gates
 Weir gates
iii. Replacement of sill beams for barrage gates
iv. Rehabilitation of gates of Head Regulator and X-Regulator of Thal Canal
v. Installation of Bulkhead gate guides.
vi. Modification of groove and rocker assembly for barrage gates.
vii. Electrification and modernization of winch machines.
viii. Provision of manual operation for the Barrage and canal gates.
ix. Installation of local and central control units for automatic operation of gates.
x. Construction of incline facility and jetty for bulkhead gates
xi. Construction of new workshop (Mechanical Works).
xii. Rehabilitation and renovation of gates system.
xiii. Motorization of gate hoisting system and control center.

4.5 Barrage Colony Works

i. Rehabilitation and up-gradation of buildings and offices


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ii. Construction of new buildings


iii. Road network
iv. Water supply system, tube wells and overhead water tank
v. Sewerage system, soakage pit
vi. Boundary wall
vii. Electrification (Internal & External)

5 Formation of Detailed Construction Schedule

5.1 Software

Primavera P6 software has been utilized for planning & scheduling as per provisions
of the Contract. Latest version of Primavera Contract Manager (PCM) shall be used
for documentation & presentations with the support of main server and the same shall
be maintained at DC-JV office in Lahore.

5.2 Project WBS

Work has been broken down in to various components keeping in view the main WBS
provided by the Engineer with slight modifications. Project WBS (attached as
Annexure-1) is mainly divided in following categories:

a) Project General Works

 (General, Project Handing Over, Possession of Site, Site Survey,

Issuance of Construction Drawings, Submissions & Approval,

Materials Fabrication/ Procurement, Inspection & Testing)

b) Mobilization

c) Employer’s/ Engineer’s/ Social Facilities

d) Civil Works (Right Half Portion, Stage-1)

 (Handling & Care of Water/ Coffering, Construction of Subsidiary

Weir, Existing Barrage Repair Works, Extension of D/S Guide Banks)

e) Civil Works (Left Half Portion, Stage-2)

 (Handling & Care of Water/ Coffering, Phase-E Coffering for Thal

Canal, Construction of Subsidiary Weir, Existing Barrage Repair

Works, Extension of D/S Guide Banks)

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f) Miscellaneous Civil Works

 (Hockey Spur, Kalabagh Railway Bridge, Strengthening of U/S

Embankments, Approach Road from Barrage to B-Colony, Jetty

Works, Workshop & Control Building, Ancillary Works)

g) Electro-Mechanical Works for Right Portion (Stage-1)

 (Rehabilitation of Under Sluice Gate 60 ft & 33 ft Span, Main Weir/

Barrage Gates 60 ft Span, U/S & D/S Navigation Lock Gates, Gates

for Subsidiary Weir, Bulk Head Gate Guides)

h) Electro-Mechanical Works for Left Portion (Stage-2)

 (Rehabilitation of Under Sluice Gate 60 ft & 33 ft Span, Main Weir/

Barrage Gates 60 ft Span, Gates for Subsidiary Weir, Bulk Head

Gate Guides, Rehabilitation of Head Regulator Gates of Thal Canal,

X-Regulator Gates of Thal Canal, Silt Ejector Gates of Thal Canal)

i) Other M&E Works

 (Jetty Works, Steel Grating, Electrical Works, SCADA & Telecom

Works, Workshop Machinery & Additional Spare Parts, Employer’s

Staff Training)

j) Barrage Colony Works

 (Renovation Works, Construction of New Building Works, Other

Barrage Colony Works)

5.3 Activity Codes

Activity Codes in general have been allocated to each activity for defining its area,
extent and type which shall help in organizing the project with the help of activity
codes and secondly to get the different reports for analysis at any stage of the project
like histograms of resources/ quantity & cost, time-distributed resource loading reports
& earned value analysis for desired activities.

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List of Activity Codes is attached as “Annexure-2” whereas list of activities with

assigned Activity Codes is defined in “Annexure-3”.

5.4 Project Activities

5.4.1 Activity Count


Total number of activities devised for this project is 1,055 which are organized
with the help of WBS.
5.4.2 Activity ID
Unique ID has been allocated to each activity for quick definition & monitoring.
The criterion for defining Activity ID is elaborated as under:

For example,
Case-1
“SPS10010” has been allocated to activity “Site Possession for Contractor’s
Facilities” under WBS of “Site Possession”.

SPS10010 = SPS + 10010


(8 digit Act. ID) = (WBS Reference) + (5-digit Serial Number)

Case-2
“RBRW1010” has been allocated to activity “Repairing of Blocks at D/S” under
WBS of “Existing Barrage Repair Works on Right Side”.

RBRW1010 = RBRW + 1010


(8 digit Act. ID) = (WBS Reference) + (4-digit Serial Number)

5.4.3 Project & Activity Duration


Activities have been planned within a time frame of 1,096 days (Contract
Duration). List of activities with their original duration is attached as “Annexure-3”.
Three cases have been adopted while calculating duration of the activities which
are narrated below:

Case-1

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Activities with time constraint have been scheduled to start & finish within
allowable time limits of their area, e.g; Construction activities in river which have
to be finished before starting of flood season and similarly activities associated
with thal canal which have to be started & finished within canal closure periods
only.

Case-2
Activities with resource constraint have been scheduled to start after procurement
of resources & finish within period of resource availability, e.g; Sheet Piling,
whose materials are to be imported from foreign country through sea, cannot be
started before their arrival at site and similarly duration for their installation has
been calculated keeping in view the productivity of planned/ available Vibro-
Hammers at this project.

Case-3
Duration of some activities, which can be executed regardless of any constraint,
has been calculated keeping in view the predecessors & successors with best
available/ optimum resources but with the provision of sufficient floats. In this
case, cash flow & best utilization of optimum resources have also been
considered.

5.4.4 Project & Activity Dates


Project commencement is 18th Jun 2012 whereas Project completion date is
calculated as 18th Jun 2015. List of activities with Early Start, Early Finish, Late
Start and Late Finish dates is attached as “Annexure-3”.

5.4.5 Activities with Zero Float (Critical Activities)


List of critical activities with zero float is attached as “Annexure-4”.

5.4.6 Critical Path & Critical Activities


Critical Path consisting of all critical activities in the form of Bar Chart is attached
as “Annexure-5”.

5.4.7 Activity Constraints


List of activities with brief details of Constraints is attached as “Annexure-6”.

5.4.8 Milestones
Out of various milestones defined for this project, following are the key
milestones:
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 Project Commencement (Start Milestone) 18-Jun-2012


 Completion of Barrage Colony Works (Finish Milestone) 17-Mar-2013
 Completion of Barrage Works (Finish Milestone) 18-Jun-2015

List of all Milestones with brief details is attached as “Annexure-7”.

5.4.9 Activity Weights Definition


In order to monitor activities & assess the progress at any stage of the project,
activity weights have been devised. List of activities with weights is attached as
“Annexure-3”.

5.5 Project Calendars


Calendars usually define the working & non-working periods with working hours. Four
types of calendars have been considered for this project; which are listed below:
 7-Days working @ 8 working hours (No Holiday)
 7-Days working @ 8 working hours (Only religious holidays
considered)
 7-Days working @ 8 working hours (Flood season taken as non-
working period)
 7-Days working @ 8 working hours (Flood season taken as non-
working period in addition to religious holidays)
 7-Days working @ 8 working hours (Work can be done only during
Thal Canal Closure planned every year while rest of the year is taken
as non-working period)

List of Calendars with their details is attached as “Annexure-8” whereas list of


activities with allocation of calendars is attached as “Annexure-3”.

5.6 Network Logic Diagram


Network Logic Diagram showing the necessary details of the activities and their
relationships is attached as “Annexure-9”.

5.7 Resource Loading & Reports


Following key resources have been loaded for each activity:
a) Major Quantities to define scope of work
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b) Cost

Resource loading reports are attached herein as “Annexure-10”; which are listed
below:

a) Project S-Curve for all activities


b) S-Curve for critical activities only.
c) Resource Loading Reports for major quantities
d) Resource Loading Report for Cost
e) Major Quantities Histogram
f) Cost Histogram

5.8 Brief Work Strategy


After commencement of project on 18th Jun 2012, mobilization shall be partially
completed before 30th Sep 2012 in order to start construction of coffer dam for right
half of barrage. In the meanwhile, Work for Barrage Colony & Employer’s/ Engineer’s/
Social Facilities and Jetty & Approach Road to Barrage Colony shall be started.
Barrage Colony Works shall be completed on 17th Mar 2013.
Concrete activities for Main Sub-Weir shall be started during Dec 2012 after achieving
required drawdown in some area and barrage repair works for Right Half portion shall
be undertaken in Feb 2013 after closing of coffer dam on upstream area. Electro-
Mechanical Works for right half portion shall be started in Jan 2013. All works for
Right Half of Barrage shall be completed before 15th Jun 2013 which shall be followed
by removal of coffer dam which shall be accomplished till 30th Jun 2013 before flood
season.
Work for Rehabilitation of Kalabagh Railway Bridge shall be started in Nov 2012 and
shall be completed on 17th Sep 2013. Light Traffic shall be diverted to Kalabagh
Railway Bridge and construction of coffer dam for left half of barrage shall be started
on 1st Oct 2013. In similar fashion to right half barrage works, works shall proceed for
left half of barrage. Difference between right & left of barrage works is addition of
River Training Structures & thal canal restriction on left side. All works except thal
canal gates (which are to be completed in 3-years during thal canal closure starting
from 13th January and ending on 31st January every year) shall be completed on 30th
Jun 2014 before flood season.
Strengthening of upstream embankments shall be completed on 27th Jan 2015 having
a time span of 564 days.
SCADA & Telecom Works & Wet testing of the gates shall continue after 30th Jun
2014 and after their completion, commissioning & testing of whole system shall follow
which shall be accomplished on 19th May 2015. Afterwards, project handing over shall
proceed till overall project completion on 18th Jun 2015.

5.9 Planning Assumptions & Discretionary Dependencies

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 Barrage Colony Works are dependent on Site Possession, Issuance of


Construction Drawings, Joint Surveys and Submission & Approval of Shop
Drawings & Materials.
 Works for Kalabagh Railway Bridge are linked with Site Possession &
Approval of Design which can be delayed due to external link with Pakistan
Railways.
 Start of Coffer Dam Construction is linked with issuance of layout for designing
coffering works and submission & approval of method statement.
 Procurement of Sheet piles has been planned from recognized source in
abroad; whose shipment time may cause delay in start of this activity.
 Concrete Works are totally dependent on the issuance of all related
construction drawings (Concrete Layout Plans, Sectional details,
Reinforcement details and Jointing Details). Any of mentioned drawings, if
delayed, will offer hindrance in starting concrete works.
 Construction of coffer dam for left half barrage works in 2nd Construction year
is linked with the completion of Kalabagh Railway Bridge having a total float of
13 days (part of traffic management plan).
 Sheet Piling activity has been planned to be executed with 01 Vibro-Hammer
including power pack (constraint).
 Construction of Diversion Channel, if instructed by the Engineer, shall be
completed before thal canal closure which would facilitate the flow of water
through thal canal during working on gates up to 90 days, if required by the
Employer.
 Construction of Coffer Dam for thal canal has been scheduled to be started on
7th January each year in low reservoir period and shall be completed on 12th
January of respective year in order to facilitate working over thal canal gates
during canal closure period starting from 13th January every year.
 Barrage Repair Works have dependency over condition survey & decision
from the Engineer regarding scope of work.

6 MOBILIZATION AND SITE INSTALLATIONS

6.1 Aggregates Production Facilities

Aggregates for concrete will be made available by the crushing plants of local units in
the proximity of the project area. If necessary a stone crushing/screening plants of at
least 200 ton/h will be installed at the site area.

The gradation of the aggregates for concrete will be as follows:

 Aggregate of 1½” inches size

 Aggregate of 1” inches size

 Aggregate of ¾” inches size ;

 Aggregate of ½” inches size ;

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 Aggregate of 3/8” inches size.

The aggregates for Concrete will be stored in designated areas near the crushing
plant in such way that:

 Each nominal size of coarse aggregates and the fine aggregate will be kept
separated at all times,

 Contamination of the aggregates by the ground or foreign matter will be


effectively prevented at all times,

 Each heap of aggregate will be capable of draining freely.

The Contractor will ensure that graded coarse aggregates are tipped, stored and
removed from plant by trucks and loaders in a manner that does not cause
segregation.

Fine aggregate, as delivered to the batching and mixing plant storage bin, will have
uniform and stable free-moisture content.

The minimum quantity of aggregate storage at site will shall be equivalent to 1 months
peak production of Concrete.

Batching plants will be installed at upstream and downstream site of right bank and
aggregates will be stored in suitable large area to overcome the present difficulties of
supplying. The suitable height of the heap will be made to ensure the slope stability of
the site slopes.

6.2 Sand

The sand will be made arrange from nearby quarries will be tested, such as kabool
khail, if required quarry material will be blended with coarse material to get required
finesse modulus.

6.3 Concrete Production Facilities

Three (3) batching plants will be available:

 On the upstream right bank of Jinnah Barrage the two (2) batching plants with
each capacity of 30cu.m/h will be installed, with two mixers for the Concrete
production of blocks and other ancillary works;

 For the first stage sub weir concrete works, a main batch plant will be installed
have capacity of 100cu.m/h on the downstream right bank of the Jinnah
Barrage.

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 Ice factory and chillers plant will be installed near to the batching plants of
required capacity to maintain the concrete temperature, during the hot
weather

6.4 Cement

Cement will be mainly stored in silos, whenever coming loose in bulk carriers by the
continuous supply from approved source, or, when coming in shipped bags, will be
stored in suitable storage area constructed near the batch plants, in dry and weather-
tight, properly ventilated structure, with floors raised from ground level.

Cement storage will be made as follows:

 The cement will be stored in silos and storehouse with a 300ton capacity in
silos and 10,000bags in stores;

6.5 Slag

Slag will be mainly stored in silos, whenever coming in shipped big bags, or, will be
stored in stores near the batch plants, in dry and weather-tight, properly ventilated
structure, with floors raised from ground level.

Silos storage will be made as follows:

 In the industrial area on the upstream and downstream of the batching plants,
cement will be stored in silos and storehouse with a 100ton capacity in silos
and in bags;

6.6 Water

The water will be drawn directly from the river or thru tube well installed near to
batching plants; water will be cooled at the designed temperature by means of chillers
and ice plant of appropriately dimensioned.

6.7 Transport of concrete

Concrete transit mixer will be used for transporting concrete to the site of the work,
suitable number and capacity will be used to meet the required quantity of concreting
pour.

6.8 Residence Facilities

The Contractor plan to do construction of site office, laboratory, E&P workshop, store,
shuttering fabrication yard, steel fabrication yard and staff residence camp on the right
upstream of the barrage, while at the right downstream of the barrage port cabin field
offices will be installed.

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The Contractor labor camp construction will be constructed at the left site of the
barrage to accommodate 1000 peoples inside with their all necessary
accommodation.

7 CARE AND HANDLING OF WATER

The work to be done under the handling and care of water, including dewatering for
construction works shall consist of, but will not be limited to:

7.1 Stage-1

7.1.1 Phase-A
This construction activity comprises of coffer dam to enclose the construction area
for the right half of the subsidiary weir in front of gate No. 28 to gate No. 56 to be
constructed 600 ft downstream of existing Jinnah Barrage.

The works comprise the construction of three coffer dam embankments parallel to
the barrage axis; one at upstream, and two at downstream around the sub-weir
limits. The fourth coffer dam embankment will be across the barrage on the half line.
The coffer dams enclosing the sub-weir will be split into three pockets (pocket # A1,
A2 & A3) for ease of construction. All coffer dams are designed having 30 ft. top
width and slopes suitable to the fill material (sandy silt) and the water head across.

7.1.2 Phase-B
This phase comprises construction of coffer dam embankment no.3 (CD-3) at u/s of
the existing barrage and construction of coffer dam embankment no.4 (CD-4) on the
half line of the barrage through bay no. 27 & 28 joining with CD-1 & 2 as shown in
fig.1

Jumbo bags will be placed on u/s face of coffer dam embankment no.3 (CD-3) from
right bank to the limit of bay no. 32. Thereafter the face of the coffer dam
embankment no.3 & 4 will be protected with stone dumping.

In the right under sluice the area between the crest & u/s bund (pocket-4) shall be
dried and used to facilitate the rehabilitation of barrage gates. A cross bund will be
constructed b/w CD-1 & 3 through bays no 42 & 43 which will create pocket no.B-
1(a) & B -2(b).

In pocket no.5, the d/s floor of right under sluice and the main weir of the barrage,
water level will be lowered 3ft below the floor level to carry out condition survey and
works thereafter. The area of pocket no.5 on u/s of main weir crest will be dried and
will be used for rehabilitation of gates of existing barrage.

The area between bay no.28 & 42 (pocket no.B-2) is divided in to two parts namely
B-2(a) on u/s of main weir and A-2(b) on d/s of main weir.

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All water in pocket B-2(a) will be pumped out and the area dried to facilitate the
rehabilitation of barrage gates. In pocket B-2(b), water table will be lowered to 3ft
below the d/s floor level of the barrage to carry out the condition survey for repair
works thereafter.

7.1.3 Pumping of Surface Water


The volume of Surface Water in Phase-A shall be about 16 million cft. Each pocket
will be unwatered in a period of about one week by installing 8-nos electric pumps
each having capacity 1-cusec driven by 10 hp, 3-phase, 380~400 volts electric
motor.

7.1.4 Pumping of Sub Surface Water


In order to carry out excavations for the construction work, the sub surface water
table needs to be lowered to 2 ft below the foundation level and maintained to such
a level that construction work may keep the foundation in dry. The best way to lower
the water table inside the cofferdams is to install tube wells. A total number of about
140 tube wells each 1-cusec capacity are planned to be constructed with a total
capacity of 140 cusecs.

The tube wells will be constructed by rotary or percussion methods. A bore hole of
12” dia will be drilled for construction of well. 10” dia PVC blank & slotted pipe will
be installed in its full length according to the detail design.

7.2 Stage-2

7.2.1 Phase-C
This construction activity comprises of coffer dam to enclose the construction area
for the right half of the subsidiary weir in front of gate No. 01 to gate No. 27 to be
constructed 600 ft downstream of existing Jinnah Barrage.

The works comprise the construction of three coffer dam embankments parallel to
the barrage axis; one at upstream, and two at downstream around the sub-weir
limits. The fourth coffer dam embankment will be across the barrage on the half line.
The coffer dams enclosing the sub-weir will be split into three pockets for ease of
construction. All coffer dams are designed having 30 ft. top width and slopes
suitable to the fill material (sandy silt) and the water head across.

7.2.2 Phase-D
The procedure will be same as explained in the section 7.1.2 for left side of the
cofferdam from gate nr.01 to gate nr.27

7.2.3 Pumping of Surface Water


The procedure will be same as explained in the section 7.1.3

7.2.4 Pumping of Sub Surface Water


The procedure will be same as explained in the section 7.1.4
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7.3 REMOVAL OF COFFER DAMS:


Before the setting in of the next flood season, all the stage-1 works including the
rehabilitation works on d/s floor of the barrage, construction of sub weir structures and
rehabilitation of barrage gates will be completed. After recovering all the pumps and
back filling of wells, all the coffer dams (above water level) will be removed except
part of coffer dam embankment no.4 (CD-4) on the d/s of barrage. This part of coffer
dam is necessary to help in regulation of flood water over the new sub weir and
controlling the danger of damages caused by flow parallel to the axis of barrage on
downstream. This coffer dam will be completely removed on completion of stage 2.

8 BARRAGE WORKS

8.1 General Approach

The construction staging of the project will involve on the site for the construction of
the subsidiary weir at 600ft downstream of Main Weir and under sluice with a crest
level of 676 and 675 respectively. Crest at left and right under sluices will be provided
with slots 3ft wide at an interval of every 8’-6”. The max Flood level of Jinnah Barrage
is el.696.00ft and the normal pond level of el.692.00ft. The width of the new subsidiary
weir to be constructed in front of main weir shall be 2857ft long and the two sub-weirs
along left and right of under sluices shall be 462ft and 435ft long respectively. The
navigation lock channel wall at right side, the left and right divide wall shall be
extended and connect by removing some part of the existing pier nose and replace it
with a new concrete. The whole structure will be made of mass concrete with a
compressive strength of class as mentioned on the construction drawings. The
method of construction for floor will be done in a series panels or re-blocking scheme
with contraction joints placed as per approved shop drawing.

8.2 Sheet piling

8.2.1 Objective

The new sub-weir to be constructed 600ft downstream of the existing barrage weir is
to be provided with vertical cut-off walls of sheet piles of 6’ to 15’ depths under the
slab perpendicular to the flow.

8.2.2 Scope of work

The works are consist of furnishing, handling, transporting, handling, carting, cutting
and driving of sheet piles for Subsidiary Weir , Navigation lock wall, Divide wall, Fish
ladder, Flared out wall and other structures as shown on construction drawings or
directed by the Engineer in accordance with the specification- Technical provision.

8.2.3 Materials

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Sheet piles manufactured by M/S Arcelor type AU 20 or any other section approved
by the engineer. The sizes and other properties of this pile section are given in the
table below:

Thickness Weight
Section Moment
Section
Area of
Brand Width Height Modulus Kg/m2
3 Kg/m of cm2/m Inertia
(mm) (mm) Back Flange cm /m per cm4/m
(mm) (mm per wall per wall
piling wall per wall

Arcelor
750 444 12 10 2000 96.9 129 165 44440
AU20

Sketch Arcelor AU-20 steel sheet piling detail (unit: mm)

Approved bituminous material for joint sealing as per recommendations of M/S


Arcelor the approved pile manufacturer shall be used.

8.2.4 Methodology

Steel sheet piles of different types shall be stored in separate stacks. Proper bases
shall be provided to keep the steel sheets straight. Piles shall be transported to the
site on suitable vehicles or trailers without any distortion. Two coats of approved
bituminous material shall be made on the interlocks of the piles prior to driving.

Piles shall be driven to the lines, levels and dimensions shown on the drawings. The
line of the piles shall not vary by more than 2 inches in plan. The finished top level of
pile shall not vary by more than 1 inch. The piles shall be extended by welding or
cutting with torch to achieve the required levels.

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The piles may be driven in pairs. The pile tops shall be properly cleaned to achieve
bond between concrete and piles.

Detailed step by step procedure to be followed for pile driving is given below:

 After bulk excavation/filling for the Sub-weir foundation as per drawings, the
installation lines for the sheet piles shall be demarcated.

 Piles shall be transported from stock by low Bed Trailer to the installation
site.

 Pitching Frames (top & bottom) shall be set up on the demarcated alignment
by 60 tons crane. The frame shall be 20 ft. long and bottom & top slots shall
be 1/2” wider than the pile sequential width.

 The crane hook shall lift the first pile from the standing low bed trailer or

 Pile stack and string in vertical position in the Pitching Frame (s). The pile
shall be taken over by the Pile Hammer Universal Clamp, and made vertical.

 The verticality and alignment shall be checked by the survey party.

 The Pile shall be partly driven and verticality and alignment rechecked.

 About seven piles shall be strung by male/female head insertion by the crane
hook and partly driven by the Vibratory hammer one by one by repetition of
above sequence.

 Before lifting the second and subsequent pile the male edge of the pile shall
be painted with sealing bitumen so that after insertion the joint is water tight.

 Alignment and verticality shall be checked on each pile.

 The piles shall be driven up to the top Guide Beam (about 4 ft. from the
ground) of Pitching Frame.

 The top pitching frame shall be lifted up, removed and shifted ahead to string
next set of piles. Bottom pitching frame shall be pulled ahead and reset for
next set of piles

 The previous piles shall be driven to final top level by Vibratory hammer.

 The top levels and the alignment shall be finally checked by survey party for
record.

 Location of Bends, Tees, and Cross Piles shall be fixed during alignment
survey.

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 The excavation around the Pile Head area shall be carefully carried out to
final foundation levels, leaving 2 ft. pile above the blinding concrete for Pile
Cap Concreting.

 The piling operation shall thus be completed.

 Schematic arrangement of Sheet Piling is illustrated in Exhibits above

8.3 Installation of Piezometer

The work to be undertaken is comprises of:

 the supply to site of piezometer instruments and associated equipment

 installation of piezometer in drilled holes in the barrage

 Laying of cables

 Pipes and trunking

 Installation of terminal units

Quantity of each type of piezometer

Type Units Quantity

Vibrating wire piezometer with controllers and


display at control room including calibrating, Nos. 126
installation at site and testing

Standpipe piezometer including calibration at


Nos. 16
site and testing.

Standpipe piezometer with accessories for


Job 1
shifting control arrangement

Electrical wire with accessories for connection


Job 1
to control room on left abutment

8.3.1 Drilling of Instrumentation Holes

It is planned to carry out all drilling in dry and exposed floor of the barrage after
dewatering with the use of coffer Dams. Suitable dia. holes will be drilled at specified
locations using rotary rig in the upstream of Barrage. Concrete cores will be
extracted and preserved for reference. Suitable dia. packer will be ensured before
start of drilling to control the possible flow from the foundations of the barrage. In a
caving hole casing would be used. In case of no caving and without flow from the

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foundation the hole will be plugged using wooden plug. In case the flow from the
foundation is encountered the packer will be used to plug the hole.

8.3.2 Installation of V. Wire Piezometer

 All Piezometer installations will be according to manufacture


Instructions/Engineers approved Drawings/Specifications.

 Factory cable mounted Piezometer will be tested in the instrumentation site


laboratory for proper working / calibration check and mounting the fitters on the
piezometer. Zero readings will be recorded at this initial check.

 Identification numbering of the respective Piezometer will be marked on the


cable at every 10ft. and cable end will be tagged with identification number of the
respective piezometer.

 Piezometer will be transported to site. Hand Augers/Bailers with needed casing


will be used to achieve the specified depth of above predrilled holes below the
concrete. Piezometer will be lowered into the drilled holes for existing Barrage
and through preinstalled 4” dia. sleeves in the new sub weir. Approved graded
fine/coarse fitters of specified depths will be placed below and above the
Piezometer tips.

 Piezometer readings will be recorded at each step to ensure proper installations.

 Having achieved the top of upper fitter (4” below the bottom of concretes)
Bentonite pellets will be added to seal the hole to the specified depth.

 After setting of the bentonite the remaining hole will be topped out with non-
shrink grout from the mixer.

 A chase of appropriate technical size according to number of cables will be cut


into the U/S floor of existing Barrage and lead to the nearest side of the pier
where chase will be cut vertically up to the top of pier.

 Cables will be placed in the so cut chase. Cables will be pinned in the vertical
portion of the chase. The chase will be backfilled with non-shrink grout/Concrete
and finished with the surface.

 For the downstream Piezometer of existing Barrage the cables will be brought in
a similar horizontal chase in the D/S floor and vertical chase D/S of gates on
side of the respective pier to its top.

 The so installed cables will be grouped at the D/S point of the pier where
terminal/switching box will be installed for manual readings.

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 Cables will be used to join the individual pier terminals and then to control room.
Multiplexers will be installed at that existing Barrage linked to the control room
for central readings.

 For the sub-weir cables at individual sections will be laid in pre-formed chase in
the floor slab and 4 right sections will be grouped at the crest of the sub weir and
will be lead to right wall in the pre-formed chase in the center of crest and then to
right abutment where terminal boxes will be installed and connected to control
room as above.

 Similarly cables from the individual strings of 3 left sections will be brought to left
abutment where terminal/switching boxes will be installed and connected to the
control room.

 At sub-weir manual readings will be observed at right and left terminal/switching


boxes, which, will be connected to control room for central readings in
engineering units.

8.3.3 Installation of Stand pipe Piezometer

 Stand pipe piezometer are assigned/planned to be installed at the downstream


of sill beam in 10 sections of the Main Barrage and at just downstream of sub-
weir crest in two 2 section each of left and right fish ladders to make 14
installations in total.

 Holes will be drilled at specified locations in the Main Barrage using rotary rig
and protected with wooden plug/packer as described earlier.

 The stand pipe installations at sub-Weir will be through pre installed sleeves
during concreting of the sub-Weir as specified.

 Piezometer tips will be checked, saturated and assembled in instrumentation


field laboratory where proper dia. extension will also be ensured.

 The above tested/assembled stand pipe piezometer will be transported to site.

 The wooden plug/packer will be removed from the pre-drilled holes in Main
Barrage and hand Auger/bailer will be used to drill the hole to the specified depth
using the casing if needed.

 In the sub-weir specified depth of hole below the concrete slab will be achieved
using hand Auger/bailers as above but through the pre-installed sleeves during
concreting.

 The piezometer will be lowered in the above holes and extension pipes will be
served where specified graded fine/coarse furthers will be added at least one

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foot below and above the piezometer tip the top of which will 1.5 feet below the
bottom of concrete as specified.

 After placing the piezometer in the hole and having achieved the specified top of
filters (4” below the bottom of concrete) the Bentonite pellets will be added to the
specified depth.

 After setting of the bentonite pellets the range hole will be backfilled with non-
shrink grout from the mixer.

 A suitable size chase in the floor will be cut up to nearest wall/pier and vertically
up to its top. Standpipe piezometer extension pipe will be laid in the chase using
necessary bends & couplings.

 The chase will be backfilled flush with the floor and the respective pier/wall using
specified non-shrink grout.

 The piezometer extension pipes will be terminated at the top of respective walls
in the sub-weir while that of Main Barrage weir will be extended to gates hoisting
bridge for direct observations with the Dip milers’ readouts.

 The extension pipe will be clamped with the hoisting steel members suitably and
protected at top for protection and easy manual readings.

 The termination of stand pipes in sub-weir will be also secure and properly
protected for easy observations.

8.4 Construction of Subsidiary Weir


After the piles are driven, piezometer installation and blinding concrete poured at the
required level and slope, the formworks will be raised as per panel spacing of joints
stated in the shop drawings.

8.4.1 Component of Structure


The main components of the subsidiary weir crest are:

i. The construction of 22ft wide and approx.2ft thick U/S Floor

ii. The construction of 12ft wide with the slope 1:2 with varies thickness U/S
Glacis

iii. The PCC Class B 3000psi with 30%Plum

iv. The Construction of 4ft wide Crest

v. The construction of 48ft wide with the slope 1:3 with varies thickness D/S
Glacis

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vi. The construction of 101ft wide and with varies thickness 8ft, 7ft, 6ft and 4’-
6”ft on the D/S Floor / stilling basin

vii. The Construction of end sill

viii. The placing of precast block and stone apron

8.4.2 Construction Procedure

The construction procedure for the Subsidiary weir will be:

 The area has already been cofferdam and dewatered

 Layout for the Subsidiary Weir will be carried out with survey and marks of
the area for excavation.

 The foundation preparation, excavation and trimming to the required level for
base slab on which the works shall be carried out.

 Sheet Piles located at the longitudinal and latitudinal edge of the base slab
shall be driven up to design depth level.

 Class E – 1200 psi Lean concrete or blinding concrete will be placed in panel
of suitable sizes, as per approved shop drawing

 Class B – 3000 psi concrete for Plain Cement Concrete for fill concrete weir
floor with 30% plum

 Reinforced bars will be placed as approved bar bending schedule.

 Class A- 4000 psi concrete reinforce concrete will be pour in panels as per
approved shop drawings.

 The hammer head will be constructed for the protection of the Works of first
stage as per design provided by the Engineer.

8.4.3 Graded Filter and Concrete Block Apron


As a transition between the impervious floors and stone apron concrete block are to
be provided and resting on graded filters as shown on the construction drawings. A
4’x4’x4’ size of concrete blocks shall be place on upstream and downstream of
proposed subsidiary weir with a length of 16 ft. 37’-2” long respectively. The
downstream concrete block portion is separated by a cut-off wall and the block shall
be place on graded filter of 1’ thickness under upstream block apron and 2’
thickness under downstream portion.

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The block shall precast in the precast yard in standard size steel moulds in the
required quantity before schedule start date. Class B (3000 psi) plain Cement type
of pouring will be used for this precast concrete block.

River bed shall be excavated and compacted to the required level and grade and a
filter layers shall be laid successively and compacted up to a level stated in the
drawings.

8.5 Gabion

The work shall consist of furnishing, assembling and installing rock filled mesh gabion
basket and mattresses.

i. Gabion shall consist of 3’x2’x2’ rectangular wire mesh of approved quality.


ii. The stone for gabion shall be of hard blocky/angular and shall have a
minimum dimension as shown in the drawings.
iii. Gabion bedding ( 2 ft thick loosed apron) shall be placed until the foundation
preparation is completed

8.6 Extension of Navigation Lock Wall

Navigation channel is located on right pocket under sluice it is flanked the right guide
bank and navigation wall of the channel wall.

8.6.1 Main Components

The main components of the navigation channel wall are:

 The two lines of sheet piles under the base slab of the navigation channel
wall

 Six feet thick reinforce concrete slab downstream and four feet upstream

 Top wall width is 7 feet wide at top and, the height is 26 feet to 32 feet from
upstream to downstream, and the length is 256 feet

 5 Nos. of 30” diameter reinforce concrete pipe

 Part of the Existing pier nose will be removed and replace with new concrete
for joining of the walls.

8.6.2 Construction Procedure

The construction procedure for the navigation channel wall will be:

 The area has already been cofferdam and dewatered

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 Layout for the navigation lock shall be carried out with survey and marks of
the area for excavation.

 The foundation preparation, excavation and trimming to the required level for
base slab on which the navigation lock channel wall shall be carried out.

 Sheet Piles located at the longitudinal edge of the base slab shall be driven
up to design depth level.

 3” blinding Class-D Concrete shall be poured up to the design level.

 Reinforcement will be placed as per approved bar bending schedules.

 Concrete Placing will be done in lift as per construction joints of approved


shop drawings

8.7 Extension of Divide Wall, Fish Ladder and Piers

The divide walls is a pier located between under sluices and the main weir the
existing divide wall needs to be extended downstream to raise water levels
downstream of the existing barrage to form a jump at the downstream glacis. It is
extended from the existing divide wall down to the end sill of the stilling basin of the
proposed subsidiary weir,

8.7.1 Main components

 Top walls width is 7 ft wide and a height 26 feet to 32 feet deep at upstream and
downstream respectively.

 The top level of the divide wall shall be kept at RL 693 and RL 690 on upstream
and downstream of the proposed of the subsidiary weir respectively.

 The bottom level of the slab will be RL 667 and RL 660 on Upstream and
downstream respectively

 The two lines of sheet piles under the base slab of the divide wall

 5 Nos. of 30” diameter reinforce concrete pipe

 Part of the Existing pier nose will be removed and replace with new concrete for
joining of the walls.

8.7.2 Construction Procedure

 The area has already been cofferdam and dewatered

 Layout for the navigation lock shall be carried out with survey and marks of the
area for excavation.

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 The foundation preparation, excavation and trimming to the required level for
base slab on which the navigation lock channel wall shall be carried out.

 3” blinding Class D Concrete shall be poured up to the design level.

 Reinforcement will be placed as per approved bar bending schedules.

 Concrete Placing will be done in lift as per construction joints of approved shop
drawings

8.8 Construction of Flared Out Wall (Left Site d/s)

The work is consisting of flared out wall upstream and downstream with a length of
143 ft. each. These walls are vertically adjacent to the abutment wall with a length of
191’-6” and splay to 1v:2h slope at far ends are cantilever wall supported by counter
fort walls at the back. The steel sheet piles will be placed in base slab.

8.8.1 Main Component


 Construction of flared out wall at the D/S of subsidiary weir up to el.696.75 with
the 3ft wide counter fort walls at the back
 Construction of abutment wall of varying height from el.696 to el.702 with 3ft
wide counter fort walls
 Construction of flared out wall at the U/S of subsidiary weir up to el.702 with the
3ft wide counter fort walls at the back

8.8.2 Construction Procedure


Following steps shall be followed for construction

 Area has been dewatered during coffering of phase 1 and phase 2.


 Foundation excavation shall be carried out to the required line and grade
 Piles shall be driven at a depth of shown on the drawings.
 3” thick blinding concrete shall be carried out followed by concreting at base
slab.
 Flared out wall shall be concreted by re-blocking scheme and lifts separated
by vertical and horizontal construction joints along with the counter fort
walls.
 After attaining the required compressive stress of the concrete backfilling at
the back of the counter fort and flared out wall shall be done.

8.9 Extension of d/s Embankment and Guide bank


i. During the protective first and second stage cofferdam construction, since the
work shall be carried out along the left existing under sluices up to the
downstream of the proposed subsidiary weir.

ii. Layout of banks shall be carried out by survey and staked on ground.

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iii. Foundation excavation carried out to desired lines and levels.

iv. Filling shall be carried out in layers at optimum moisture content by material
transported from approved area refer explanation above for backfilling and
compaction of earth works.

v. Side slope shall be overbuilt and the trimmed to achieve duly compacted slopes.

vi. Excavation of stone apron on water side shall be made and stone aprons placed
on water side.

8.10 Earthworks (Guide Banks)

8.10.1 Embankment

Scarifying and compaction for basic layer

i. Before placing the first layer of embankment on an earth foundation,


moistening and compacting the surface by rolling with a tamping roller is
necessary to obtain proper bond.

ii. For foundation that is rock surface should be moistened, but no standing
water should be permitted when the first lift is placed.

iii. Sometimes an earth foundation surface requires scarification by disk or


harrows to ensure proper bonding; however, no additional scarification is
usually necessary if it is penetrated by tamping rollers.

8.10.2 Backfilling and Compaction

i. Direct Dumping will be done in the water standing area without compaction
above the water level.

ii. First lift should not exceeds 37.5cm loosed filling materials shall be place and
additional roller passes are required in such a case to ensure proper
compaction.

iii. Filling of loosed soil ranges from 20cm to 22.5 cm by 12 passes of 20 ton dual
drum tamping roller shall be used in succeeding compaction.

iv. A 95% degree of compaction dry density (check by FDD) needs to attained and
or as determined by the engineer.

8.10.3 Excavation

i. By stripping

ii. By loader, and bulldozer loaded into dump truck

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iii. By excavator and loaded directly into dump truck

All organic or other unsuitable materials, such as stumps, sod and large roots should
be stripped and directly loaded into the dump truck and disposed it to the waste
disposal area.

8.11 Stone Pitching for Guide banks and Spur

8.11.1 Scope of Work

The work to be done shall consist of furnishing carting and placing of stone pitching.
The location where stone pitching is required but not limited to Left Guide Banks and
Hockey Spur

8.11.2 Guide Banks

The construction shall consist of modification of downstream guide banks up to the


proposed subsidiary weir shall be done at top level el.702ft and the extension below
subsidiary weir shall be kept on top level el.696, the extended length shall be 1242ft

8.11.2.1 Section of Guide Banks

 Crest width : 30 ft (9m)

 Protected side slope : 2H: 1V

 Unprotected side slope : 3H: 1V

The embankment will also be protected with stone pitching and underlain with
graded filters of 6 “thick graded stone filter size (1/4”- 2”) for first layer and 6”thick
size (1/2” to 2”) for second layer for protection against water spray, rain runoff and
traffic wear, and flexible stone apron as a foundation on the river side

8.12 Hockey Spur

Spur is proposed at right bank upstream of the barrage

8.12.1 Main Component


Main features of the of the spur are

 Location of work : Right bank upstream of the


Barrage
 Length of shank : 12000 ft
 Angle of shank with flow line : 13 degree
 Radius of curvature for end portion : 100 ft.
 Length of curve : 144 ft
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 HLF at spur site : RL 698.50


 Top level of the spur : RL 704.50
 Apron top level : RL 677.00
 Apron bottom level : RL 672.00

Size of apron

 Along the shank : 140 cft/ ft run


 In curve hockey portion : 120 cft/ft run
 In end portion : 160cft/ft run

8.12.2 Embankment Fill


Suitable river run material shall dumped into the river bank and pushed it into water
by d8 dozer to make a pilot fill to about 2 ft above the water level. The dozer shall
add and widen the pilot fill to about 30 feet width and to about 6 feet above the water
ground level.

Compaction of the fill shall be carried out by loaded trucks/dozer track


chains/vibratory rollers.

Alongside slopes, the embankments will be slightly overbuilt and trimmed after
compaction to ensure that final exposed slopes have the specified density.

Final Trimming & Preparation of Sub grade for Placing of Stone Gabion (3 ft x 2ft x
2ft) over 2’ thick loose apron on foundation area, and at side slope 2 ft x 2 ft x 1.5 ft
thick shall be installed.

8.13 Approach road from barrage to barrage colony

Approach road from barrage to barrage colony = RD: 0+000 to RD: 11+250

Methodology for road work will be followed step by step procedure:

i. Centre Line of the road and right of way (ROW) shall be demarcated.

ii. Clearing and Grubbing of the R.O.W strip shall be carried out

iii. Embankment/Road Formations: Suitable material from Borrow area or


required excavation shall be placed along the demarcated alignment of roads.
The material shall be laid in layers and compacted to 90-95% of maximum dry
density as determined by AASHTO T-80. In place density determination shall
be determined as per AASHTO T-191 or other approved methods. Trial fills
shall be constructed before starting the above work for approval of
construction method by the Engineer.

iv. Granular Base/Sub-Base of material gradation as per specification shall be


laid in required thickness and compacted with required moisture content
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determined in the Trial Section. Relative compaction of the sub-base shall not
be less than 100% of the maximum dry density determined according to
AASHTO T-180 method D. The field density shall be determined according to
AASHTO T-191 or other approved method.

v. TST Wearing Course shall be applied as per drawings and specifications.


Asphalt mat shall be laid in required thickness and compacted till the achieved
surface is smooth, firm and of specified density and true to the required cross-
section as per drawings.

vi. The operation of Surfacing Roads over Culverts ,if any, shall be similar to iv)
above except that the concrete deck shall be cleaned, prime coat applied as
per specifications before laying the Asphalt Mat.

vii. Road Furniture such as Guard Rails, Road signs etc. will be placed as per
drawings.

8.14 Repair Work

8.14.1 Condition Survey


Condition survey will be done during the stage 1 and 2 to inspect and identify type
and scope of damages on d/s of barrage for right and left under sluices and barrage
works and proposed for the rehabilitation of damaged works

8.14.2 Repair of Friction Block, Stilling Basin Floor and Stone work
The repair work for the friction blocks, stilling basin and stone apron will be perform
as follows;

 Repair of friction blocks using concrete class A 4000 psi including


dismantling of effected parts by cleaning & preparing of existing concrete
surface using epoxy bonding material, drilling and providing reinforce bar by
using non shrink grout, to restore it to original shape as shown on the
Drawings
 Repair to pot holed/ damaged surface of barrage on parts of crest, glacis and
stilling basin floor using concrete class A 4000 psi with non-shrink additive
including cleaning & preparing of existing concrete surface using epoxy
bonding material, providing # 3 grade 40 steel mesh using non shrink
concrete to restore it to original levels as shown on the Drawings
 Replacing existing damaged stone floor on weir crest, glacis and part of
stilling basin floor including preparation of its base over existing concrete
using epoxy-resin to restore it to original position as shown on the Drawings
or as directed by the Engineer

8.14.3 Barrage Piers, Contraction Joint between Existing Divide Walls / Navigation
Lock Walls and New wall Extension

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 Repair to damaged parts of existing barrage piers using concrete class A 4000
psi including dismantling of effected parts, cleaning & preparing of existing
concrete surface using epoxy bonding material, drilling and providing Grade 40
steel # 8 dowel bars using non shrink concrete and Grade 40 #3 steel mesh on
surface to restore it to original shape and size using form work as shown on the
Drawings or as directed by the Engineer
 Preparing and providing contraction joint between the d/s nose/face of existing
divided walls, navigation wall at and new wall extensions in each case using
concrete class A 4000 psi with non-shrink additive after dismantling/ chipping,
cleaning & preparing of existing concrete surface using epoxy bonding material,
using form work as shown on the Drawings or as directed by the Engineer.

8.14.4 Barrage Foundation


 Drilling grout holes through concrete by a method approved by the Engineer
 Drilling grout holes through soil by a method approved by the Engineer
 Repair and concrete grouting to damaged parts of barrage foundation as shown
on the Drawing and as directed by the Engineer

8.14.5 Replenishing Stone and Block Aprons d/s existing Barrage


 Supplying and dumping stone for apron, without boat, including handling of
materials complete in all respect as shown on the Drawings or directed by the
Engineer including carriage of all material from source/quarry to the site of work.
 Providing and weaving G.I 8 SWG Wire netting of 6 inch mesh for wire crates
with (including siding and partition to make crate).
 Supplying and filling stone in wire crates for laying in apron including sewing
crates, excluding cost of crates, complete in all respect including carriage of all
material from source/quarry to the site of work and placement in final location as
shown on the Drawings or as directed by the Engineer
 Supplying and laying graded filter under precast cement concrete blocks to
restore it to its original condition as shown on the Drawings or as directed by the
Engineer including carriage of all material from source/quarry to the site of work.
o Size 1/4" to 1/2".
o Size 1/2" to 2"
o Size 1/2" to 3/4"
 Supplying and laying 4'x4'x4' precast cement concrete blocks Class B 3000 psi
to replenish damaged/ missing block of the existing concrete block apron to
restore it to original condition.

9 BARRAGE COLONY WORKS

9.1 Construction of New Buildings, Schools and BHU

9.1.1 Scope of Work

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Works covered under this Contract Package No. JB/ICB-01 includes construction of
following public buildings in Barrage Colony,

1. Employer & Consultants Residence


2. Sub Divisional Officer’s Bungalow
3. Subordinate Rest House
4. Out Hoses of Xen Bungalow
5. New Junior Quarters
6. Toilets for Sub Divisional Office
7. Guard Rooms
8. Room for Canal Colony Pump House
9. Recreation Hall
10. Boys School
11. Girls School
12. Basic Health Unit

9.1.2 Preliminary Works

9.1.2.1 Work Programming


The execution of above works shall be judiciously planned to execute the various
components of the project for on time and satisfactory completion.

As per the work programme included with this contract we envisage to complete
the employer’s Office and laboratory within 4months and Barrage colony building
within 09 months.

9.1.2.2 Surveys and Layout


A system of horizontal and vertical control shall be established on Concrete
Monuments. These monuments shall be established outside but near the work
areas so that these are not disturbed by work activities.

These horizontal and vertical control monuments shall be connected to the


established Bench Mark to be provided by the Engineer.

9.1.2.3 Material Submittals


The material will be submitted timely for the approval of the Engineer as per
technical specification and submission to ensure the quality of work.

9.1.3 Construction Methodology


General method statements for the construction of various work components are
addressed below:

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9.1.3.1 Site Clearance / Land Leveling

9.1.3.1.1 Joint Survey


Before beginning work in any area, the Contractor shall take and record levels
and dimensions of the area through a joint topographic survey with the Engineer.

9.1.3.1.2 Site Clearance


All areas of the Site specified or marked on the Drawings for the buildings or from
which material is to be excavated or upon which fill is to be deposited shall be
cleared of all trees, timber logs, obstructions and of all bushes, hedges, stumps,
roots and other vegetation.

The trees shall be cut down and uprooted. Branches and foliage shall be
removed and burnt to ash or disposed off the Site.

Stumps and roots, whether existing or remaining after tree felling, shall be
grubbed out and disposed off the Site.

9.1.4 Building Works

9.1.4.1 Site Layout


After site clearance and bulk excavation / leveling of site the layout of the building
shall be demarcated at site and checked by the Engineer.

9.1.4.2 Foundations
The excavation shall then be carried out manually or by using backhoe / excavator.
The excavated material shall be used as fill or backfill. The foundation are either
for columns and for walls and the excavation for the footings shall be made to the
required depth and surplus material used on the same plot or disposed as directed
by the Engineer.

After excavation a course of class E concrete PCC (1:4:8) shall be placed in the
foundations as per the drawings. Once this layer is set, the brickwork shall be
undertaken in courses following the standard brick work procedure till the DPC
level is reached. In the columns RCC shall also be raised to DPC level. The Damp
Proof Course (DPC) shall be placed as per drawings and specifications.

9.1.4.3 Super Structure


The superstructure from DPC level to roof level of Ground Floor (GF) or
subsequent floors comprises RCC in Columns, Brickwork; fixing of doors and
window frames and lintels till the roof levels, and shall be completed as follows.

9.1.4.3.1 Columns
Reinforcement shall be placed and Formwork shall be raised ensuring verticality
Class A (3,000 psi) concrete shall be placed. Care shall be exercised that the
verticality and cross-section is maintained.

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9.1.4.3.2 Brick Work


First class bricks of best available quality shall be used. All brickwork shall be
skillfully laid with level courses, uniform joints, square corners, plumb verticals
and true surfaces except when otherwise shown on the drawings. Brickwork will
be of best standard of workmanship obtainable and objectionable offsets in the
brickwork shall be avoided. Smoothest practicable finished surface of the
brickworks shall be ensured. Unless otherwise specified, bricks shall be laid in
English Bond with frogs upward. All brickwork involving use of cement shall be
cured by water or other acceptable methods for at least 7 days. Brickwork shall
be plastered or pointed as required.

9.1.4.3.3 Roof Slab


All the roofing is of reinforced concrete which shall be constructed as detailed
here below. The procedure is also applicable to the construction of columns and
other RCC elements such as stairs etc.

9.1.4.3.4 Reinforced Concrete


9.1.4.3.4.1 Design and Layout of Formwork
Formwork shall be designed, constructed, supported and braced to withstand
safely all loads likely to be applied before, during, and after the placing of
concrete. Forms shall be designed to permit the concrete to be deposited as
nearly as practicable directly in its final position and to allow inspection,
checking, and cleanup of the placement to be completed without delay.
Sufficient form ties and bolts shall be used on both sides of and close to
construction joints to ensure that forms fit tightly against the concrete previously
placed and shall remain in tight contact during the concrete placing operations.
Internal Ties consisting of bolts and rods shall be so arranged that, after forms
are removed, no metal shall remain closer to the surface of the concrete than
the minimum cover for reinforcement specified for the concrete.

Faces of formwork in contact with concrete shall be free from adhering foreign
matter, projecting nails and the like, splits or other defects, and all formwork
shall be clean and free from standing water, dirt, shavings, chippings, tying wire
or other foreign matter. Joints shall be sufficiently watertight to prevent the
escape of mortar or the formation of fins or other blemishes on the face of the
concrete.

Openings for inspection of the inside of the formwork, for the removal of water
used for washing down and for placing concrete shall be provided and so
formed as to be easily closed before or during placing concrete. Before placing
concrete, all bolts, pipes or conduits or any other fixtures which are to be built-in
shall be fixed in their correct positions, and cores and other devices for forming
holes shall be held fast by fixing to the formwork or otherwise.

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Formwork shall be so designed as to permit easy removal without resorting to


hammering or levering against the surface of the concrete.

Forms shall not be removed until the concrete has hardened and has reached a
compressive strength sufficient to carry its own weight together with all
superimposed construction loads and other portions of structure without
damage, distress or undesirable distortion.

9.1.4.3.4.2 Fixing in Reinforcement, Embedded Items and Preparations for Concreting


 After fixing of formwork on the line and grade, reinforcement and other
embedded items shall be placed in position, as per drawings. Previous
concreted surfaces shall be washed clean and approval for start of
concreting shall be obtained from the Engineer.

 Vertical Formwork on the Columns shall be raised after the reinforcement is


fixed, in place and checked.

9.1.4.3.4.3 Transporting Concrete


 Concrete shall be conveyed from mixer to its place the Permanent Works as
rapidly as possible by buckets and transit mixers or other similar equipment
shall be used for conveying concrete.

 All conveying equipment and methods shall be designed for and capable of
handling concrete of all specified aggregate sizes and slumps.

 Clear indication shall be provided for the identification of different mixes of


concrete and their destination.

9.1.4.3.4.4 Placing of Concrete


 Concrete placing methods and equipment shall ensure that the specified
concrete mix is conveyed and deposited at the specified slump without
segregation, and without changing or affecting the quality of the concrete.
After mixing of the concrete, no water shall be added during the course of
concrete placement.

 Concrete placement shall be done as a continuous operation as far as


practicable until the lift section, panel, or monolith is completed. The concrete
shall be handled and placed in such a manner that will have an
approximately horizontal plastic surface throughout the casting.

 All concrete shall be placed so as to produce a set concrete that is hard,


durable, dense, and free from honeycombing, formwork irregularities and
other surface blemishes.

 The concrete shall be compacted by using vibrators as required.

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9.1.4.3.4.5 Curing of Concrete


 Concrete shall normally be cured by water or other approved methods.
Means shall be provided for protecting the newly cast surface from the
effects of sunshine, drying winds, frost, rain, running water or mechanical
damage.

 The curing shall be maintained for a continuous period of at least 7 days or


until covered by the next lift.

 The underside of deck slabs and surfaces to be backfilled shall be cured with
liquid curing compound. Liquid curing membrane shall be applied in
compliance with the instructions of the manufacturer and on rough surfaces
the rate shall be increased as necessary to obtain the required continuous
membrane. Liquid curing membrane shall not be used on concrete where a
bond is required.

9.1.4.3.5 Plastering
 Plastering on the completed brickwork shall be carried out using step by step
method stated below:
 Portland cement for plaster shall conform to the requirements as specified in
the specifications.
 All sand used in plaster shall also conform to the specified requirement.
 All the ingredients for plastering shall be proportioned by volume as indicated
on the project specifications. The preparation of mix shall not be in a bulk
quantity.
 Mechanical mixers, mixing boxes, platforms and all related tools shall be
cleaned before and after mixing each mix.
 Plaster mortar shall be thoroughly mixed with the specified amount of water
until uniformity in color and consistency is obtained.
 Prior to the plasterwork it shall be ensured that all the conduits for electrical
works ducts, pipes, brackets, doors, windows, ventilators and all other fixtures
are fixed into the walls, in the required position.
 Smooth concrete surface shall be roughened prior to commencement of
plastering.
 The slurry shall be applied with a brush upon the surface previously been well
wetted.
 The first coat shall be roughened before the finishing coat is applied.
 It shall be ensured that the minimum thickness of plaster as per the
specification.
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 The plaster surface shall not be wavy and shall be perfectly in plumb.
 The plaster works shall be cured for at least seven days by sprinkling water or
as mentioned in specifications.

9.1.4.3.6 Flooring
Flooring in all the buildings is mostly of Terrazo except Bath rooms where Tile
Floors are specified. Based on the drawings and the specifications, sub-base
shall be prepared either using brick ballast or lean concrete. Division strips of
specified material shall be used to form panels for the base above sub-base.
PCC of required specification shall be poured once the strips are in place. The
PCC shall be leveled with a trowel and straight edge. Chips as per specified area
shall be placed over the PCC layer within 24 hours. Appropriate quantity of water
is added to get a workable mix. The mix shall not be used after 30 minutes are
elapsed after adding water. The layer shall be well compacted to get a void free
surface. After 3-4 days the top layer shall be given a grinding treatment with
machine with different carborundum blocks. Later on, polishing shall be done in
accordance with specification. Care shall be taken to keep the floor undamaged
and in good condition, by providing suitable protection before it is used by
construction workers for other works in the building.

9.1.4.3.7 Painting and Finishing


After the building structure is completed, the finishing shall proceed as follows:

9.1.4.3.8 Tiles & Fittings in the Bath Rooms / Kitchens


Samples for the Tiles shall be approved by the Engineer. The tiles shall have
uniform texture and straight edges. The tiles shall be true, even on face and of
uniform thickness throughout. The floor layout shall be at pattern to permit setting
of tile with a minimum of cutting. All the dimensions shall be controlled to avoid
setting tile smaller than one half size. The tiles shall be cut with a suitable cutting
tool and rough edges shall be rubbed smooth. The edges shall be tooled slightly
concave. The tiles shall be skillfully laid with ordinary Portland cement and sand
mortar as mentioned in the project specifications.

All joints shall be properly grouted in accordance with the project specifications.
All joints shall be straight, level, perpendicular and have even width. Vertical joint
shall be maintained plumb for the entire height of the tile work. The tiling work
shall be cured as per period mentioned in project specifications or for at least 7
days.

9.1.4.3.9 Door, Windows & Carpentry Work


After the plaster work and flooring is completed, carpentry work on the doors and
fixing of window panels shall be carried out as per drawings.
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The glazing working / fixing of window glass panes shall be carried out after
painting.

9.1.4.3.10 Internal & External Painting


 Finally, painting work on walls, doors and windows shall proceed as follows:
 All oil, grease, dirt, dust, loose mill scale and any other foreign substances
shall be removed from the surface to be painted by the use of solvent and
wiping materials or as specified in the project specifications.
 Surface of wood shall be cleaned with sandpaper, filling of holes and crack
shall be done by using plastic filler or putty or any other approved material.
 Plaster surface shall be smooth and dried. Cracks and holes shall be repaired
with patching plaster or as approved by the customer/consultant.
 Before painting hardware, accessories and any other material shall be
removed.
 Before applying paint the surface conditions shall be checked for cleanliness.
 All paints, colors shall be approved by the Engineer.
 All paint and coating material shall be thoroughly mixed at the time of
application.
 All paint shall be applied under dry and dust free conditions.
 All primary paint shall be applied by brush. The first coat of paint shall be
applied immediately after cleaning.
 When paint is applied by spraying suitable measures shall be taken to
prevent segregation.
 Each coat of paint shall be allowed to dry out thoroughly before the
succeeding coat is applied.

9.1.4.4 Miscellaneous Civil / Metal Works

9.1.4.4.1 Metalwork
 These shall include fabrication of Hand Rails on the stairs or the protective
grill on the verandahs and Boundary Wall Gates.

 These shall be fabricated as per drawings ensuring best of the workmanship


to the satisfaction of the Engineer.

 A top coat of primer paint shall be applied in the fabrication shop.

 The metal work shall be fixed in position and final paint coats applied.

9.1.4.4.2 Bathroom / Kitchen Fixtures

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These include kitchen sinks, bathroom basin, and other sanitary fittings as per
drawings. These shall be procured as per approved samples and fixed just before
handing over the building.

9.1.4.4.3 Plumbing Works


This includes laying of hot and cold water supply pipes within the building, bath
rooms / kitchen etc, starting from the community supply network and disposal of
waste water into the community sewer. It shall be carried out as follows:

9.1.4.4.4 General
The samples of various items i.e. pipes, fixtures, fittings and accessories to be
used shall be submitted to the Engineer for approval, as per specifications.

All the pipes and related materials shall be carefully checked and any grease, oil
or any other deposited material be cleaned prior to erection.

All pipes shall be installed in accordance with drawings and specifications. Care
shall be taken to avoid any structural damage to beam, column, wall or any such
member during cutting notching etc.

The length of sewer pipe shall be in straight line between manholes. The
alignment and gradient shall be in accordance with the specifications. Soil waste
and vent pipes shall be plumb to the grades and lines as specified.

9.1.4.4.5 Water Distribution


9.1.4.4.5.1 Handling
Pipe and accessories shall be handled in such a manner as to ensure their
delivery to the trench in sound, un-damaged condition. If any pipe or fitting is
damaged, the repair or replacement shall be made in a satisfactory manner. No
other pipe or material of any kind shall be placed inside of a pipe or fittings. Pipe
shall be carried into position and not dragged. The interior of pipe and
accessories shall be thoroughly cleaned of foreign matter before being lowered
into the trench and shall be kept clean during laying operations by plugging or
other approved method. Before installation, the pipe shall be inspected for
defects. Material found to be defective before or after laying shall be replaced
with sound material. Rubber gaskets that are not to be installed immediately
shall be stored in a cool dark place and protected against the direct rays of the
sun.

9.1.4.4.5.2 Cutting of Pipe


This shall be done in a neat and workman-like manner without damage to the
pipe. Cutting shall be done with mechanical cutter of suitable type. Wheel
cutters shall be used wherever practicable.

9.1.4.4.5.3 Locations

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Where the location of the water pipe is not clearly defined by dimensions on the
Drawings, the water pipe shall be located as directed by the Engineer.

9.1.4.4.5.4 Deflection
Maximum allowable deflections from a straight line or grade, as required by
vertical curves, horizontal curves, or offsets will be as recommended by the
manufacturer. If the alignment requires deflections in excess of the specified
limitations, special bends or a sufficient number of shorter lengths of pipe shall
be furnished to provide angular deflections within the limit set forth, as
approved.

9.1.4.4.5.5 Placing and Laying


Water supply pipes are of Galvanized Iron (GI) to be laid in trenches or wall
chaises pipe and accessories shall be carefully lowered into the trench. Under
no circumstances shall any of the water line materials be dropped or dumped
into the trench. Care shall be taken to avoid abrasion of the pipe coating. Poles
used as levers shall be of wood and shall have broad flat faces to prevent
damage to the pipe. The full length of each section of pipe shall rest solidly
upon the pipe bed. Pipe that has the grade or the joint disturbed after laying
shall be taken out and re-laid. When work is not in progress, open ends of pipe,
fittings and valves shall be securely closed so that no trench water, earth, or
other substances will enter the pipes of fittings. Where any part of a coating or
lining is damaged, the repair shall be made in a satisfactory manner. Pipe ends
left for future connections shall be provided with valve, plugged or capped, and
anchored.

9.1.4.4.5.6 Jointing
The joints shall be in accordance with the recommendations of the
manufacturer.

Connections between different types of pipes and accessories shall be made


with transition fittings where recommended by the pipe manufacturer.

Service connections shall be made as indicated and in accordance with the


recommendations of the pipe manufacturer.

9.1.4.4.5.7 Flushing
The pipeline system shall be flushed using water from the main water supply
line before fixing the water utility fittings.

Fixing of Utility Fittings

These include water taps in the kitchens, washrooms, toilets etc. Approved
quality fittings procured as per approved samples and shall be fixed just before
the handing over the building.

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9.1.4.4.6 Sewerage & Drainage


Works include fixing of gulley traps, drainage pipes leading the waste water to the
sewer pipe and sewerage system laid within the building compound upto the
community sewer. It shall be carried out in the following manner.

9.1.4.4.6.1 Handling of Pipes


Concrete sewer pipes shall be handled with special care at all times during the
manufacture, while transporting to the site of work, and while installing. Each
pipe shall be carefully inspected before being laid and no cracked, broken or
defective pipe shall be used in the work.

9.1.4.4.6.2 Excavation and Backfill


The excavation and backfill for sewer installations shall be as specified in
applicable provisions of these technical specifications.

9.1.4.4.6.3 Laying of Sewers / Drainage Pipes


The drainage pipes shall be laid with adequate slope for drainage. Neither any
sewer pipe nor the bedding shall be laid or placed till the alignment of the sewer
and its levels, and gradients have been carefully checked and tested with the
trench excavation and found correct.

Each length of sewer pipe shall be checked for cracks and defects before
placing in the line. Defects indicate imperfect placing, shall make, the pipe liable
to rejection. Each pipe shall be placed carefully to line and grade and in close
contact with adjoining pipe.

When laying is not in progress, the open pipe shall be closed with a tapered
wooden plug to keep out foreign matter.

The sewer lines shall be finally connected to the community sewerage system.

9.1.4.4.6.4 Construction of Manholes


Manholes shall be constructed with brick masonry laid in 1:3 cement sand
mortar, built on specified concrete. The cover slab shall be of specified
reinforced cement concrete, fitted with cast iron frame which shall have cover as
shown in the plans. The outside and inside of the walls shall be plastered (1/2
inch thick) with 1:3 cement sand mortar and two coats of hot PB-4 bitumen shall
be applied outside. At the bottom of manholes for sewers, a proper channel as
per Drawings, shall be constructed in the whole length of the manhole along the
centre line of the sewers, to lead the sewage from one sewer to the other.

9.1.4.4.7 Electrical Works


Electrical works comprise internal and external lighting in the building and
provision of power outlets as per drawings, the Distribution Boards shall be
provided at the location and of size as shown on the drawings. Conduits for

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cables shall be laid in the chassis along the walls and in the PVC conduits cast
within the roof or floor slabs.

These works shall be completed as detailed below:

9.1.4.4.7.1 Distribution Board (DB)


 The Contractor shall provide and install the Distribution Board of the size and
type shown on the drawings. The Board panel shall house all Circuit
Breakers, Voltmeter, Ammeter and indication lights. The Board shall be
constructed and equipped as under.

 The DB shall be of 16 SWG G.I. sheet steel fabricated, cubical type, totally
enclosed, dust tight and Vermin proof. These shall be complete in all
respects with material and accessories, factory assembled, tested and
finished all according to the specifications and to the normal requirements.
The panel with all components and accessories shall be suitable for front
operation and shall;

o be provided with adequate clearance from live parts so that


flashovers cannot be caused by switching , vermin, pests etc.

o have all components rated for insulation class of 250 volts.

o have the components mounted so as to facilitate ease of


maintenance from front.

o The DBs shall be wall mounted.

o further wiring shall take off through the conduits buried in walls or roof
slabs / floors.

9.1.4.4.7.2 Conduit Installation


 The conduit shall be installed concealed in the surface of ceiling, wall and
columns etc. as required. The concealed conduit shall have minimum 1¼”
cover of concrete when concealed in slabs, walls and columns etc. In the
RCC work the conduit shall be laid before pouring of concrete.

 Under no circumstances shall conduit and accessories required for the


electrification of the building be laid after pouring of concrete. The conduit to
be concealed in RCC slab shall be laid above the bottom reinforcement steel
of the slab and shall be securely tied with the reinforcing steel, in order to
prevent it from being disturbed during the pouring of concrete. All conduit
outlet boxes to be concealed shall be laid firmly flush with the soffit of the
slab or beam.

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 Socket shall be used whenever connecting the length of the pipe. The inner
surface of the conduit shall be free from all kinds of pointing edges which can
damage the insulation of the cable. Substantial boxes of ample capacity shall
be provided at every junction box involving a cable connection in conduit
system.

 After setting up the conduit system, the wiring shall be done after making
sure all the system has no obstruction, no moisture and is continuous.
Special care shall be taken to ensure good condition of insulation. Maximum
effort shall be done to avoid joints, in case these are inevitable, proper
connector shall be used.

 Where the conduits have to be concealed in brick work chases shall be


made with appropriate tools and shall then be fixed firmly in the recesses
and covered with cement concrete mixture to have at least 1¼” cover before
plastering. The work of cutting in the cement concrete or brick work shall be
co-ordinated with the civil work.

9.1.4.4.7.3 Installation of Wires and Cables


9.1.4.4.7.3.1 General
The wiring shall be started only after the conduit system is completely installed
and all outlet boxes, junction boxes, sub main boards etc. are fixed in position.
All installation material such as lugs, solder, identification tags, pins, clips,
straps, lubrication etc. shall be provided in abundance for use during
installation. The wires shall be pulled in conduit with care.

9.1.4.4.7.3.2 Wiring Methodology


The wiring shall be continuous between terminations. The looping in system
shall be followed throughout. The use of connectors will be made only at
locations where looping-in is rendered difficult.

The connectors shall be of porcelain/PVC body, having sunk in screw


terminals and terminal taps after its installation.

9.1.4.4.7.4 Earthing System


The earth continuity conductors and earthing leads shall be solid hard drawn,
bare electrolytic copper wires of sizes given on the drawings. All fixing
accessories such as copper earth clips, sockets, lugs, thimbles etc. shall be
provided.

9.1.4.4.8 Lighting Fittings, Fans etc


These include lights, Fans and other such installations as specified in the
drawings. After getting approval from the Engineer, these fittings shall be properly
installed at the designated places.

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9.1.4.4.8.1 External Works


External Works include, Leveling surrounding area of the buildings, construction
of the Boundary Wall, installation Gates and carrying out Landscaping works as
per drawings and BOQ. These shall be completed as follows:

9.1.4.4.9 Boundary Wall and Gates


Boundary wall shall be laid out as per the drawings provided by the Engineer.
Foundation excavation shall be carried out and masonry raised to top and
completed with plaster. The gates shall be fabricated and installed as per details
given in the relevant section of the methodology.

9.2 Rehabilitation of Existing Barrage Colony Buildings

9.2.1 Scope of Work


This section generally describes the scope of Works among other obligations as
stated in the provisions of Contract Documents. Scope defined in the Technical
specification & Special provision and BOQ.

The scope of work consists of Rehabilitation/ Up-gradation of following Buildings/


Offices of Barrage Colony:-

1. Rest House

2. Combined Divisional & Sub Divisional Office

3. Sub Divisional Office (Head Works)

4. Executive Engineer Bungalow

5. Overseer's Quarters

6. Telegraph office & Signaler's Quarter

7. Senior Clerks Quarters

8. Mechanical Establishment Quarters

9. Junior Quarters

10. Kitchen Block

11. Servant Quarter and Garage

The scope of work includes:-

 Dismantling and Disposal of various materials including removal of surplus


debris and byproducts

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 Excavation in foundation of building including demarcation, dressing, refilling


around structure with excavated earth, watering and ramming in ordinary soil

 Supplying and spraying anti-termite liquid mixed with water

 Pacca (burnt) Brick Work in foundation and superstructures as per required.

 Providing and laying damp proof course of cement concrete as specified.

 Providing and laying reinforced cement concrete in roof slab, beams,


columns lintels, girders and other structural members.

 Fabrication of mild steel deformed bars reinforcement Grade 60 for cement


concrete, including cutting, bending, laying in position, making joints and
fastenings, including cost of binding wire and labour charges for binding of
steel reinforcement and removal of rust from bars

 Providing and laying roof insulation, comprising of single layer of tiles( 9" x
4¼" x 1½" ) grouted with cement sand mortar 1:3 laid over 3" thick earth
(including mud plaster) over thermo pore sheet 1" thick, over polythene sheet
300 gauge over a layer of bitumen, complete in all respect.

 Cement plaster and cement pointing as specified.

 Dry rammed brick or stone ballast in foundations and sand filling.

 Cement concrete plain including placing, compacting, finishing and curing


complete including screening and washing of stone aggregate.

 Providing and fixing thermo pore false ceiling, including aluminum frame
work, hangers clamps, making holes and repairing damaged surface,
complete in all respect.

 Providing and laying floor of marble tile, terrazzo chips tiles, White /Coloured
glazed Matt tile, Coloured glazed tile dado and Cement Tuff Tiles as
specified

 Providing and applying paint and white wash on new and old surface
including surface preparation complete in all respect.

 Providing and erecting doors and windows of different sizes and quality
including paint and polishing as per specified.

 Petty repair to different types of structures.

 Supply and planting of different plants as per specified in BOQ.

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 Providing, laying, cutting, jointing, testing and fixing as required for the
plumbing works in different buildings as per specified

9.3 Handing / Taking Over


For the purpose of hand over a joint inspection shall be carried out for each building
and a list of short falls/defects shall be drawn. The short falls shall be removed to the
satisfaction of the Engineer who shall issue the acceptance certificate.

10 CONSTRUCTION OF PUBLIC PARK

10.1 Scope of the Work


The public park is divided in to four (4) blocks of 46acres land, the main features
involving in the scope of the work are as follows;

 BLOCK-1 GULISTAN 6 Acres


o Children Block
o Children play Area
o Grassy plots
o Flower Beds
o Fountains
o Shade Points
o Canteen
 BLOCK-2 SERGAH 4 Acres
o Family Walkway Block
 BLOCK-3 FISHING PARADISE 3 Acres
o Family Walkway Block
 BLOCK-2 PICNIC RESORT 33 Acres
o Picnic Area and Jogging Track

10.2 Site Preparation


The area will shaped as shown in the drawing with the help of dozer and grader, the
earthwork will be executed as per required shape.

10.3 Landscaping
Landscaping is to be provided within the premises of the public park as per drawings,
the landscape layouts shall be as per construction drawings.

The types of plants to be raised shall be procured as directed by the Engineer. The
works should include planting of trees, shrubs, vine and local grass. The type of grass
to be planted shall also be as directed by the Engineer.

The land shall be levelled and the landscape area demarcated as per drawings.
Within the demarcated area, location of the plants etc. shall be demarcated jointly with

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the Engineer. Following general procedure shall be employed for carrying out the
plantation.

All plants shall be dug handled, prepared and packed for transportation to site with
care and skill in accordance with recognized standard practice for the kind of plant
concerned and in compliance with the following provisions:

10.4 General
The root systems of all plants shall not be permitted to dry out and they shall not be
exposed to artificial heat or to freezing temperatures. During transportation, all plants
shall be packed adequately to insure protection from the sun, wind and climatic or
seasonal injuries. Tarpaulins or other covers shall be placed over plants when they
are transported by trucks or in open freight cars for considerable distances. All bare-
root plants shall have their root systems protected by wet shingle, moss or other
suitable material.

10.5 Layout of Planting Areas


Plant locations and outlines of planting areas shall be marked out and staked by the
Contractor. The planting layouts will be subject to the approval of the Engineer’s
Representative prior to commencement of the planting operations.

10.6 Preparations of Areas for Planting


Areas on which planting is to be done shall be brought to pleasing contour and to the
required lines and grades, after which they shall be cultivated to a depth of 6 inch. All
weed and other vegetation growth, large clods, rocks and other debris encountered in
the cultivating work, and any excess shall be removed and disposed of offsite.

All planting work, including backfilling, shall be performed by experienced workmen


and in accordance with the recognized best horticultural practice. Plants shall be set
plumb and at such a level or elevation that after settlement they will bear the same
relation to the level of the surrounding ground as they bore to the ground from which
they were dug. All plants shall be planted on and in good quality topsoil to which
fertilizers and soil conditioners shall be added and uniformly mixed. The prepared
topsoil used in filling under and around the plant and in backfilling the planting holes,
pits or trenches shall be thoroughly and properly conditioned and settled by careful
tamping and watering.

Earth-balled and hessian-covered plants shall have all cloth, ropes, etc. removed from
the top of the earth balls, but no cloth shall be pulled out form under the balls.
Prepared topsoil shall be carefully tamped around and under the base of each ball to
fill all voids.

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Bare-root plants shall have their roots spread out in a natural position and the
prepared top soil shall be carefully placed under and among them to fill all voids. Any
roots which are broken or frayed shall be cleanly cut off from the plant.

In removing plants from containers, especially those of metal, care shall be taken to
prevent disturbance of the root systems or ball of earth therein.

If topsoil of suitable quality is not obtainable for planting area preparation in sufficient
quantity for the planting work, the Contractor shall make up any deficiency.

10.7 Cultivation of Planting Areas


An area having a diameter of not less than 3’ shall be lying around each planted tree
and shrub and area having a diameter of not less than 1’ shall be lying around each
planted vine or ground cover shall be loosened and brought to friable condition for a
depth of not less than 9”. Where plant materials are planted in groups in which the
plants are so closely spaced as to justify 2’ beyond the outer ends of the branches or
canes shall be cultivated as above provided.

The cultivating work shall include the removal of weeds, the breaking up or removing
of clods, the removal of objectionable stones, litter and debris, as well as the removal
and disposal of excess soil.

10.8 Grassing (Sprigging or Sodding)


The land for the grassing shall be levelled or sloped evenly and top soil in the depth of
4 inches placed. The springs of local grass shall then be planted as per specifications.
The grassed area shall be maintained till acceptance by the Engineer.

11 KALABGH RAILWAY BRIDGE

The Kalabagh Railway Bridge connects Mari Indus with Kalabagh on the river Indus.
The Bridge is located about 6km upstream of the Jinnah Barrage.

11.1 Main Requirement


The following requirements have been firmed with the Employer:

 The Kalabagh Railway Bridge shall be made useful for both pedestrian and all
kinds of vehicular traffic.
 It is required to incorporate provision of Broad Gauge Railway track.
 Provision of Concrete Decking slab with wearing course for the road way to
pass vehicles over the bridge, including pedestrian track

11.2 Construction Methodology

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 To retain access (existing flooring) to the place of work, only two spans of the
bridge will be tackled at a time. To start with, existing wooden decking on the first
two spans at Kalabagh end will be removed and stacked at site.
 Simultaneously, painting work will be started in these spans.
 Next, bracings of Stringers, as well as temporary structure supporting the wooden
decking, will be removed in these spans after cutting rivets. This material will be
removed and stacked at site.
 This will be followed by cutting/removal of rivets of stringers, which will then be
held in their original place with temporary bolts.
 Next, rivets holes will be drilled in the cross-girders at the new locations of
Stringers and cleats will be fixed to these girders.
 This will be followed by fixing in new position the released Stringers by rivetting.
 The Stringers will then be secured in place through bracing which will be rivetted
at new locations.
 This will be followed by placing in position the pre-fabricated troughing and its
rivetting with the cross-girders or the Stringers, depending on the design
adopted/approved by Railways. If the troughing is to be supported on stringers,
new end-supports will have to be provided at the other end, prior to fixing of
trough plates.
 Simultaneously, any structural members requiring replacement/strengthening will
be handled in these spans.
 Also, checking of all the rivets will be undertaken in these spans and any loose
rivets will be removed and replaced.
 After the trough is in place, steel reinforcement meshwork will be fabricated over
the troughing.
 Concrete will then be poured over the reinforcement to form bridge deck slab.
 Simultaneously, Pedestrian Walkway grating will be placed in position and hand
rails will be installed.
 As a last step, asphatic wearing course will be provided on the Deck slab (in
spans No.1 & 2 at Kalabagh end).
 After two spans have been attended, work will be started on next two spans and
this procedure will be repeated to complete the work on the entire bridge.

12 EQUIPMENT AND PERSONNEL

List of foreseen equipments and relevant personnel is reported in Annex 11.

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