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Project Execution Plan for Bridge Construction

. 1. Bridge Construction, Project Execution Plan Details of how a Bridge is


constructed, and how the progress, safety and quality will be monitored and
controlled. Also the measures to ensure that the site is environmentally friendly.
David H Moloney 8th August 2016 Brief Description The purpose of this
presentation is to give an understanding of the Methods, Plant and Sequence to
construct an insitu concrete bridge. This presentation can be used to engage
Stakeholders and to get the Site Teams commitment to the programme. Also can
be used for Induction Training and as a way to capture and share knowledge.
Project Execution Plan (PEP) details how a project will be executed, monitored and
controlled. High in Educational Value and easily understood. Recommended for
Continuing Professional Development (CPD) This Presentation is innovative and
has many beneficial uses.
. 2. Table of Contents
. 3. Introduction
. 4. Project Location & Nearby National Roads Introduction
. 5. Location of Bridge on Site Muscat Airport, Oman Introduction
. 6. Description & Scope Brief Description & Scope Four span insitu post-tensioned
deck, Piled foundations. Construction of the Bridge and Handover. Introduction
. 7. General Items
. 8. Contractor’s Temporary Site Facilities ⓒDavid H Moloney GeneralItems To see
animations, see my YouTube Film
. 9. Welfare Facilities ⓒDavid H Moloney GeneralItems Toilets – Washing Canteen,
Drying Room, Toilet & Generator
. 10. Temporary Roads & Entrances ⓒDavid H Moloney GeneralItems
. 11. Site Hoarding examples ⓒDavid H Moloney GeneralItems
. 12. Dust Suppression ⓒDavid H Moloney GeneralItems
. 13. Wheel Wash Drive-through ⓒDavid H Moloney GeneralItems
. 14. Temporary Electricity Supply & Tower Lights ⓒDavid H Moloney
GeneralItems
. 15. Contractor’s Temporary Site Facilities ⓒDavid H Moloney GeneralItems Brief
Description Contractors Site facilities comprise: Offices, Canteens, Toilets, Drying
Rooms, Stores, Plant Yard, generators and Workshops.
. 16. Dewatering ⓒDavid H Moloney GeneralItems Brief Description Construction
dewatering is the removal or drainage of groundwater and or surface / rain water
usually by pumping to keep the works dry.
. 17. Dewatering ⓒDavid H Moloney GeneralItems Brief Description Construction
dewatering is the removal or drainage of groundwater and or surface / rain water
usually by pumping to keep the works dry.
. 18. Dewatering ⓒDavid H Moloney GeneralItems
. 19. Temporary WorksGeneralItems
. 20. FalseworkGeneralItems Brief Description Falsework to support Bridge deck
formwork until the deck is post- tensioned and becomes self supporting
. 21. Sheet Pile Temporary Shaft ⓒDavid H Moloney GeneralItems Brief
Description Sheet Pile Temporary shaft is used to enable an excavation for a deep
structure. The construction sequence is: Install sheet-piles. Excavate and install
bracing. Excavate to final level. Construct concrete structure. Backfill, remove
bracing and sheet-piles
. 22. Sheet pile Temporary Shaft ⓒDavid H Moloney GeneralItems 3D Animation to
show Sequence
. 23. Sheet pile Cofferdam for Piers ⓒDavid H Moloney GeneralItems
. 24. Traffic Management ⓒDavid H Moloney GeneralItems Brief Description
Traffic management plans are necessary when working on or beside roads
. 25. Traffic Management – Work on Median ⓒDavid H Moloney GeneralItems
. 26. Earthworks
. 27. Much Shifting Brief Description Muck Shifting is the process of moving large
quantities of soil and rock. Earthworks
. 28. Excavate & Load, Cart, Tip & Return Brief Description Cycle Time for 7km
haulage distance using an Excavator 45 tonne weight and Dumper with a 40 tonne
capacity, the cycle time is 34 minutes Earthworks 7 minutes 14 minutes 3 minutes
14 minutes 7 km 7 km
. 29. Loading Tipper TrucksEarthworks
. 30. Tipping & Spreading FillEarthworks
. 31. Spreading & CompactionEarthworks
. 32. Spreading & CompactionEarthworks
. 33. Excavation for Trench with Stepped FacesEarthworks
. 34. Excavation for Trench with Battered FacesEarthworks
. 35. Backfill TrenchEarthworks
. 36. Rock - Excavability Brief Description The excavability of rock depends mainly
on the rock strength and the layer thickness. This diagram shows excavation
methods for rock of various strengths and thicknesses, with a free face. ⓒDavid H
Moloney Earthworks
. 37. Earthworks Excavator with Hydraulic Rock-breaker
. 38. Excavator with Hydraulic Rock-breakerEarthworks
. 39. Mass Haul DiagramEarthworks Brief Description Shows the quantities and
location of excavation and fill quantities for motorway.
. 40. Concrete
. 41. Concrete Full Scale Trial Castings of Pier ⓒDavid H Moloney Brief Description
The full-scale trial casting(s) shall demonstrate/document that all requirements to
the concrete and the execution of the work are fulfilled simultaneously using the
actual methods and performed by personnel as for the future production. Concrete
BIM 3D Model Shutter Fibreglass
. 42. Concrete Full Scale Trial Castings of Bridge Deck Brief Description The
full-scale trial casting(s) shall demonstrate/document that all requirements to the
concrete and the execution of the work are fulfilled simultaneously using the actual
methods and performed by personnel as for the future production. Concrete Fresh
Concrete Properties Tests Air Content, Consistence, Density, Initial and Final
Setting Time, Temperature and Bleeding Chloride Ion Content Hardening and
Hardened Concrete Properties Tests: Density and Compressive Strength for 1, 3,
7, 14 and 28 Days Concrete Core Compressive Strength Tensile Splitting Strength
Modulus of Elasticity Heat Development Chloride Migration Coefficient (28 Days)
Reinforcement Cover Measurement Survey
. 43. Concrete Tests ⓒDavid H Moloney Concrete
. 44. Trial Grouting of Post-tensioning Duct ⓒDavid H Moloney Brief Description
The full-scale trial of grouting operation shall demonstrate/document that all
requirements to the grout and the execution of the work are fulfilled simultaneously
using the actual methods and performed by personnel as for the future production.
Pre-trials were carried out in the site laboratory and by way of a mock-up to check
the following in accordance with BS EN 447: i Fluidity ii Bleeding and re-absorption
iii Compressive strength (3 cubes at 28 days, all > 30 N/mm2) iv Mixing ratio (w/c <
0.40) v Expansion (-1 % - +5 %). For grouts with expanding admixtures there shall
be no decrease in volume Concrete
. 45. Trial for Waterproofing to Bridge Deck ⓒDavid H Moloney Brief Description .
The trial for the deck waterproofing shall demonstrate/document that all
requirements to the waterproofing and the execution of the work are fulfilled
simultaneously using the actual methods and performed by personnel as for the
future production. Concrete
. 46. Trial for Waterproofing to Bridge Deck - Tests Concrete
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47. Concrete Batching Plant David H Moloney ⓒDavid H Moloney Brief
Description Concrete batching plant comprises - concrete mixer, control cabin,
silos for cement and fly ash, aggregate bins and conveyor belt system to feed the
mixer. Also aggregate storage bays and water storage tanks. Concrete
. 48. Concrete Batching Plant ⓒDavid H Moloney Concrete
. 49. Concrete Batching Plant 3Nr. ⓒDavid H Moloney Concrete
. 50. Concrete Batching Plant – Computer Controlled ⓒDavid H Moloney Concrete
. 51. Concrete Batching Plant - Liebherr Betomix Animation Concrete
. 52. Concrete Batching Plant David H Moloney ⓒDavid H Moloney Brief
Description . The mixing is computer controlled and has a dynamic screen display,
showing the process. The material storage capacity is, to match two days concrete
production. Concrete
. 53. Concrete Mix Proportions per Cu M Brief Description . Details of Mix for C40 1.
Concrete Grade C40 2. Cement Type = OPC 3. Slump =125mm 4. Max size
aggregate = 20mm 5. Max water / Cementitious ration =0.42 Concrete Materials
Qty Units Cement 310 Kgs Fly ash 100 Kgs Micro-silica 12 Kgs Washed Sand 670
Kgs Fine Sand 106 Kgs 10mm Crushed aggregate 400 Kgs 20mm Crushed
aggregates 725 Kgs Water 145 Ltr. Additive Rheobuild 7.5 Ltr.
. 54. Concrete MixGeneralItems A concrete mix contains 5 major elements: cement,
water, coarse aggregates, fine aggregates (sand) and air in different proportion.
Additional elements such as pozzolanic materials (fly ash, silica fumes or slag) and
chemical admixtures can also be incorporated to the mix to increase its properties.
. 55. Quarry & Aggregate Production ⓒDavid H Moloney Concrete Brief
Description Quarry and Aggregate Production. Rock is blasted free from a quarry
face and fragmented. The blasted rock is crushed and screened to produce
different size ranges of aggregates
. 56. Quarry & Aggregate Production ⓒDavid H Moloney Concrete
. 57. Reinforcement Cutting & Bending Yard ⓒDavid H Moloney Concrete Brief
Description Reinforcement in 12 m lengths. Delivery in 3 ton Bundles
. 58. Reinforcement Cutting & Bending ⓒDavid H Moloney Concrete
. 59. Reinforcement Cutting & Bending ⓒDavid H Moloney Concrete
. 60. Reinforcement Cutting & Bending Yard David H Moloney ⓒDavid H Moloney
Reinforcement in 12 m lengths. Delivery in 3 ton Bundles Reinforcement cut to
length by Shearing Machine Reinforcement Bent to Shape by Bending Machine
Reinforcement that is cut and bent is Bundled for delivery to work site Concrete
. 61. Reinforced Wall Construction Sequence ⓒDavid H Moloney Concrete Brief
Description The sequence to construct a reinforced concrete wall is as follows: Tie
the reinforcement. Erect stop-ends and the wall shutters. Pour and vibrate the
concrete mix. Remove the shutters after the concrete has hardened. . Cycle Time
Pour per Day
. 62. Reinforced Wall Construction Sequence ⓒDavid H Moloney Concrete
. 63. Vibrating Concrete ⓒDavid H Moloney Concrete
. 64. Bridge & Post-tensioning Concrete Brief Description The sequence to
post-tension a bridge deck is as follows; Fix the ducts and anchorages. Install the
stressing strand. Concrete the deck. Stress the strands and lock at anchorages.
Grout the ducts.
. 65. Bridge & Post-tensioning Concrete
. 66. Bridge & Post-tensioning Concrete
. 67. Bridge Concrete Deck Concrete
. 68. Bridge Concrete Deck Concrete
. 69. Bridge Post Tensioning Deck – Install Strand Concrete
. 70. Bridge Post Tensioning Deck Concrete
. 71. Bridge Construction Sequence David H Moloney ⓒDavid H Moloney Concrete
. 72. Piling
. 73. Piling Construction - Plant & Methods Brief Description Piling Plant,
Equipment and Material; Crawler Crane, Piling Hammer, Temporary Casing, Piling
Rig, Concrete Pump, Concrete Mixer Trucks, Tremie Pipe and Reinforcement
Cage Piling
. 74. Piling Construction - Plant, Methods & SequencePiling
. 75. Piling Construction - Plant & MethodsPiling
. 76. Piling Construction - Vertical PilesPiling
. 77. Piling Construction - Raking PilesPiling
. 78. Piling Construction - Raking PilesPiling
. 79. Pile Load Test ⓒDavid H Moloney Piling Brief Description A jack is used to
load the pile in steps and gauges measure any settlement.
. 80. Pile Load Test ⓒDavid H Moloney Piling
. 81. Roads & Pavings
. 82. Asphalt Batching Yard Roads&Pavings Brief Description Asphalt Batching
Yard Capacity of main batching plant is 250 tonnes per hour .
. 83. Asphalt Batching Yard Roads&Pavings
. 84. Asphalt Batching Yard Roads&Pavings
. 85. Asphalt Batching Yard Roads&Pavings
. 86. Asphalt Batching Yard Roads&Pavings
. 87. Asphalt Batching Yard Roads&Pavings
. 88. Road Construction Brief Description Sequence, methods and plant to
construct a motorway on a high embankment Roads&Pavings
. 89. Road Construction Roads&Pavings
. 90. Road Construction Roads&Pavings
. 91. Asphalt Pavement - Tests Roads&Pavings
. 92. Miscellaneous Works
. 93. Fencing Miscellaneous Brief Description Fencing. Sequence of construction; 1.
Clear and grade the ground. 2. Fix corner and straining posts. 3. Fix intermediate
posts. 4. Fix line wire, chain-link and razor wire. 5. Construct concrete ground
beam
. 94. Fencing Miscellaneous
. 95. Fencing Miscellaneous
. 96. Fencing Miscellaneous
. 97. Fencing Miscellaneous
. 98. Setting out & Surveying
. 99. Setting out & Surveying
. 100. Setting out & Surveying
. 101. Safety & Environmental
. 102. Emergency Phone Numbers & Response Health,Safety&Environment
. 103. HSE Monitoring & Reporting - Dashboard Dashboard is a single page,
graphical representation of current HSE Issues and historical trends
Health,Safety&Environment
. 104. Site Safety Posters examples Health,Safety&Environment
. 105. Trench - Safety Measures ⓒDavid H Moloney Health,Safety&Environment
. 106. Safety Training on Site Miscellaneous The purpose of safety training is to
provide the knowledge necessary to perform a job safely
. 107. Safety Training Matrix Miscellaneous The purpose of safety training is to
provide the knowledge necessary to perform a job safely
. 108. Emergency Response Drill HSE Drills and exercises are used to rehearse
anticipated emergency scenarios
. 109. Safety Documents Health,Safety&Environment Safe System of Work. To
provide a safe system of work is a legal requirement. What this means is that
before you ask an employee to do a job. You ensure that he has received training,
has the appropriate personal protective equipment, the work area is safe and he is
unlikely to be injured or cause damage by carrying out the assigned task. Project
Management Plan for Health, Safety, Security and Environment. also Known as
(HSSE Plan) The Project HSSE Management Plan details how safety on site will
be managed. Project Procedures for Health, Safety, Security & Environment
Details the safe way to undertake a task Methods Statements Are prepared in
advance of starting work, to plan a Safe System of Work on site for all activities that
carries a risk. The contents of a Method Statement, typically include:- Scope &
Location of the Works, Programme, Roles & Responsibilities of Staff. Resources,
Work Methodologies and Risk Assessment. Slide 1 of 2
. 110. Safety Documents Health,Safety&Environment Safety Risk Assessments
Are prepared to identify and evaluate risks, to adopt control measures to reduce or
eliminate risks. COSHH Sheet The purpose of the Control Of Substances
Hazardous to Health sheet is to identify how to prevent or adequately control
workers exposure to hazardous substances. Permit to Work. Is a management
system used to control high risk activities by ensuring safety measures are in place
prior to starting work. Types of work for which permits will be required include:
Excavation and the digging of trenches. Working at height, including on roofs.
Working in confined spaces, for example entering a manhole. Hot work, which is
welding, soldering or cutting steel with angle grinders or by gas torch. Slide 2 of 2
. 111. Hazardous Substances Symbols Health,Safety&Environment COSHH
stands for the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Shown are the new
hazard symbols
. 112. Safety Precautions Health,Safety&Environment
. 113. Signs Examples Health,Safety&Environment
. 114. Environmentally Friendly Site Air, Noise, Water & Soil
PollutionHealth,Safety&Environment
. 115. Segregation of WasteHealth,Safety&Environment Segregation of waste for
proper disposal and recycling. Less waste goes to landfill and hazardous waste is
treated to make it safe. Colour Code for Skips & Bins
. 116. Water Pollution PreventionHealth,Safety&Environment
. 117. Concrete Washout & Settlement TanksHealth,Safety&Environment
. 118. Existing Underground Utilities ⓒDavid H Moloney Brief Description Before
digging establish the location and route of underground utilities. Locator to find
Utilities Spray Paint to mark pavement Health,Safety&Environment
. 119. Existing Underground Utilities & Overhead Cables - Safety Measures ⓒ
David H Moloney Health,Safety&Environment
. 120. Trench - Safety Measures Health,Safety&Environment
. 121. Trench - Safety Measures ⓒDavid H Moloney Health,Safety&Environment
. 122. Quality Assurance
. 123. Quality Assurance Dashboard Dashboard is a single page, graphical
representation of current statistics and historical trends
. 124. Runway Asphalt Pavement - Tests Roads&Pavings
. 125. Quality Assurance Tests
. 126. Runway Concrete Pavement - Tests Roads&Pavings
. 127. Runway Laboratory Roads&Pavings
. 128. Laboratory ⓒDavid H Moloney AsphaltPaving
. 129. Administration
. 130. Staff Directory Brief Description List of staff and their contact details
. 131. Daily Work Record Brief Description Daily Work Records showing the
allocation of resources, materials and work activities carried out daily.
. 132. Organogram Brief Description Shown are the line and lateral relationships
between the various team members and their relative position in the site
organisation.
. 133. Staff Responsibility Matrix
. 134. Filing System
. 135. Quotations Comparison Sheet
. 136. Programme & Progress Monitoring
. 137. Progress Monthly, Monitoring & Reporting - Dashboard Dashboard is a
single page, graphical representation of current progress and historical trends
. 138. Programme for Construction Gantt Charts to plan and schedule projects
. 139. Bridge Construction Stages, Images & Timeline Concrete
. 140. Bridge Construction Stages, Images & Timeline Concrete
. 141. Bridge Construction Stages, Images & Timeline Concrete
. 142. Bridge Construction Stages, Images & Timeline Concrete
. 143. Bridge Construction Stages, Images & Timeline Concrete
. 144. Bridge Construction Stages, Images & Timeline Concrete
. 145. Bridge Construction Stages, Images & Timeline Concrete
. 146. Bridge Construction Stages, Images & Timeline Concrete
. 147. Bridge Construction Stages, Images & Timeline Concrete
. 148. Bridge Construction Stages, Images & Timeline Concrete
. 149. Bridge Construction Stages, Images & Timeline Concrete
. 150. Time Chainage Diagram Brief Description The chart has two axis: one for
time and the other for location A legend explains meaning of the colours, symbols
and line types Legend
. 151. Histogram Charts for Resources & Outputs Manpower per Discipline
Concrete per Location Man-hours for each month of the Project Quantity for each
month of the Project ⓒDavid H Moloney Brief Description Histograms shows
resources etc. for each month of a project.
. 152. Plant & Equipment List & Worker’s Job Titles ⓒDavid H Moloney
. 153. Other Bridge Projects
. 154. Other Projects – Kuwait Causeway Brief Description Marine Piling for
Causeway in Kuwait
. 155. Other Projects – Kuwait Causeway Brief Description Full Deck Span Precast
1,800 tonnes by 60m long Precast Yard Straddle Carriers loading Deck onto Multi
Wheeled Transporters Multi Wheeled Transporters moving deck to Jetty Jetty for
loading Barge Barge Crane Placing Deck Barge Crane Placing Deck