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QUALITY CONTROL SUPPORT AND INSPECTIONS FOR

HUMANITARIAN PROJECTS IN INDONESIA

POD IDIQ Contract # W912UM-07-D-0004


No. 063/ZAi/B.900 Jakarta, 25 October 2007
Mssrs.:
CH2M HILL
Denver office
9191 South Jamaica Street,
Englewood, CO, 80112-5946, USA.

Attn: Daena Mulleitner (dmulleit@ch2m.com)

Dear Madam,

First of all, we would like to thank you for this opportunity.

With reference to your Request for Proposal for POD IDIQ Contract No. W912UM-07-D-
0004 Task Order 2 for Humanitarian Assistance Indonesia dated 20 September 2007,
we herewith would like to submit our Bid Proposal with the following contents:

- Technical Proposal
- Commercial Proposal
- Subcontractor Pre qualification Package
- Subcontractor Safety Performance Questionnaire

We hope that our proposal would be of interest for you and we’re waiting for your further
information. Should there be any points requiring further clarification, please do not
hesitate to contact us.

Thank you for your kind attention and cooperation.

Yours Faithfully,
PT ENCONA INTI INDUSTRI

HARYONO YB
PRESIDENT DIRECTOR
Cc: file
Quality Control Support and Inspections for
Humanitarian Projects in Indonesia
POD IDIQ Contract # W912UM-07-D-0004

TECHNICAL PROPOSAL
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I PRELIMINARY TECHNICAL APPROACH

1. INTRODUCTION
The involvement of QC SUBCONTRACTOR starts at the very beginning of the project, according
to the sequence below:
a. Project Strategy
b. Design Management and Coordination
c. Bidding Phase
d. Construction Phase
e. Fit out Management, Testing and Commissioning.
f. Hand Over

2. PROJECT STRATEGY
Before construction of the projects that locate at different location and relatively apart from the
other, adequate time for planning are suggested to evaluate strategy and to prepare project’s
planning. It is really important to ensure that risks and strength are identified and anticipated. And
then steps of solution and project programming can be arranged to ensure project’s goal
achievement.

The strategy will include:


ƒ Project organization. This consists of Project Manager, Site Superintendent, Construction
Management, Supervisor, etc.
ƒ Determination of Optimum Capital Budgeting and Cost Cutting effort.
ƒ Procurement method and requirement of D-B Subcontractor
ƒ Construction Method
ƒ Project Controlling
ƒ Response to actual local issues that are directly connected to the project

Those conceptual strategic should be accommodated and QC SUBCONTRACTOR will suggest


further input in project execution strategy according to information obtained.

3. DESIGN MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION


Considering the project location are scattered, coordination among disciplines need to be simplify,
and difficulty of getting appropriate Design Subcontractor must be anticipated, we propose to

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complete design of certain projects using in house architect and engineering. Therefore, concepts
and ideas can be directly proposed to CH2M HILL in planned drawing and specification.

3.1. DESIGN PROCESS


For having quality assurance of design, QC SUBCONTRACTOR will ensure that all steps in
design process have done appropriately. Those steps are at least:
ƒ Terms of Reference (TOR) arrangement. TOR document must at least consist of :
o Goal or target to be achieved
o Physical requirement
o Building Capacity
o Schedule and time limit
o Standard, quality and cost limitation
o Scope of Work of Architect and Engineer
o Terms and procedures of work
o Output or deliverables
ƒ Design Issues & Approval
ƒ Survey
ƒ Design Concept & Approval
ƒ Design Development & Approval
ƒ Detailed Design & Approval
ƒ Final Design Document & Approval
ƒ Authorization Process
ƒ Presentation

3.2. DESIGN INTERPHASE-COORDINATION


In design phase QC SUBCONTRACTOR has roles as design coordinator and design team. As
design coordinator, QC SUBCONTRACTOR support design team to do interphase coordination
among disciplines. Interphase controlling is very important to ensure design’s quality and
constructability. Design interphase is done through regular meeting coordination and design
control procedures.

Design control procedure described as follows:


ƒ Design Planning:

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o Design Planning "Job Instruction" should be prepared.


o Organizational and technical interfaces between different departments shall be
identified, and the necessary information shall be documented, transmitted, and
reviewed through project meetings.

ƒ Design Input:
o Design input requirements including specifications, as well as applicable statutory and
regulatory requirements will be identified and documented, and their selection shall be
reviewed for adequacy.
o Design input requirements will include the contract review results

ƒ Design Output:
o Design outputs shall be documented and described in drawings, specifications,
purchasing data, calculations and analyses etc.
o Design outputs shall be reviewed and verified before issuing for use.
o Design outputs shall meet the design input requirements and contain or make
references to accept criteria.

ƒ Design Review:
o Design reviews shall be performed in accordance with "Design Review and Verification
Procedure" to ensure that prepared design outputs conform to the design input
requirements at appropriate design stage. Design review results shall be recorded and
maintained. Design review may include design interface check by relevant teams.
o Design outputs requiring CH2M HILL approval shall be reviewed or approved prior to
issuing for use or for construction

ƒ Design Verification:
o Design Verification shall be performed to ensure that design outputs satisfy the
specified design input requirements according to "Design Review and Verification
Procedure”.

ƒ Design Changes:
o Design Changes and modifications shall be identified, documented, reviewed and
approved.

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o Design changes shall be controlled by the same method applied at earlier design
control.
o The design change control shall be performed in accordance with "Design Change
Procedure".

Design approval process sometimes impedes design schedule especially if procedure of approval
not properly prepared. QC SUBCONTRACTOR in project plan will determine it after consulted
with all team.

3.3. DESIGN STANDARDS


Detail Design will be performed in accordance with the latest version of applicable local and
national standards, laws and regulations.
In the event of conflict between such standards, specifications, laws and/or regulations, QC
SUBCONTRACTOR shall obtain CH2M HILL guidance on the applicable standard, specification,
law and/or regulations. In the absence of any specific CH2M HILL instruction to the contrary, QC
SUBCONTRACTOR will comply with the most stringent standards, specification, laws and/or
regulations.

3.4. CONSTRUCTABILITY & MAINTAINABILITY


Construction aspect must be considered since design concept arrangement for determined main
construction method of main building component and other component. For example is
prefabrication, preassembly, modular building system, or construction staging.

Standardization design by using manufacturer standard dimension and Mechanical & Electrical
(M&E) standard connection will increase constructability of design and also easiness in
duplicating and repetition of element building construction. For example is the usage of formwork.

QC SUBCONTRACTOR will study maintainability aspects of designs through constructability-


maintainability evaluation standard procedures.

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3.5. DESIGN OPTIMIZATION


QC SUBCONTRACTOR will ensure that all building component, especially high cost component,
have review through value optimization process to achieve cost effective design. Review of
design alternatives are very important to be done from the first step design (design concept), to
achieve significant cost-cutting effect.

3.6. ADEQUACY OF DESIGN


QC SUBCONTRACTOR will ensure that design process will product adequate design to execute
and construct. Including in this point is Design Quality, Sufficiency, Clarity, Completeness,
Simplicity and Reliability.
Drawing quality, also with specification and other construction information needed, will affect
construction productivity. If necessary, detail and form that is to complicated need to be avoided.
On the contrary, unfinished design or not detailed design will enforce site team to find their own
solution. This will delay construction activity, resulting inefficiency and at the end follow-on
uncontrolled extra cost activity, like demolished, reconstruction, extra work, over time, etc.

3.7. ENVIROMENT EFFECT


Although this project is not a large scale construction, but QC SUBCONTRACTOR will ensure
that design already consider potential effect to environment which will affect the project success if
not properly handled. Common effects are:
ƒ Noise and Vibration.
During construction, noise and vibration will occur, so site management of Construction
Subcontractor must be checked. The noise from heavy equipment usage must be finely
anticipated.

ƒ Water.
Waste water will cause sensitive case among society if the treatment is not proper.

ƒ Traffic
A study must be done to ensure that new traffic in construction and operation phase can be
handled.

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ƒ Sosio-Economic
Planner and QC SUBCONTRACTOR must observe potential effect caused by project to
surrounding society and potential effect from society to project in contrary.

Identification and mitigation plan of this effect must be part of the project’s plan.

3.8. SAFETY AND SECURITY ISSUES


Considering that facility being constructed is public facility, safety and security will become
important point of interest by all team, so a special treatment need to be done in this project.

3.9. DOCUMENT CONTROL PROCEDURE


QC SUBCONTRACTOR will develop and maintain computerized systems and procedures to
identify and log communications and documentation transmission / receipts in electronic format in
accordance with CH2M HILL’s requirements.

The system will cater for project documentation both produced by QC SUBCONTRACTOR and
for Construction Subcontractor / Supplier document relating to purchased materials and
equipment and Services. The system will incorporate facilities to ensure the accurate issue,
tracking and monitoring of documentation and shall ensure that up-to-date document register are
available at all times and issued to CH2M HILL every 2 weeks.

Document Control will be operate by a document administrator to be provided by QC


SUBCONTRACTOR staffed with sufficient dedicated and competent technical and clerical
personnel to enable documents to be received, registered, and issued to CH2M HILL, QC
SUBCONTRACTOR and Construction Subcontractor in a timely way. Document control section
will be electronically centralized with hubs for accessibility for other locations.

Document control at least consists of:


ƒ Control of deliverables as stated in master list of document
ƒ Control of Internal review cycles. This is production status control which explains progress of
each deliverables since project started until first hand over.
ƒ Control of interfaces or information exchange
ƒ Control of information changes which has been appointed by change control register.

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ƒ Control of approval process from proposed deliverable until get approval.

3.9.1. Design Document Register


QC SUBCONTRACTOR will set up and maintain a computerized Design Document Register,
which shall provide a complete listing of all documents and drawings produced by QC
SUBCONTRACTOR and Construction Subcontractor/Suppliers.

This register shall be able to provide accurate and up-to-date information on the current status of
all registered documents and drawings. Each record on the Document Design Register will
include, a minimum, the following data:
ƒ Document/drawing number
ƒ Document/drawing title shown on the document
ƒ Latest revision number and date on issue to CH2M HILL
ƒ Transmittal number of issue to CH2M HILL
ƒ Status
ƒ Summarized issue information clearly indicating the dates of previous issues.
ƒ The format of the Design Document Register will be agreed with and distributed every 2
weeks.

Regular reports on Construction Subcontractor/Supplier's documentation will be submitted to


CH2M HILL. This will include, as minimum:
ƒ Documents/drawings due/overdue from Construction Subcontractor/Supplier
ƒ Documents/drawings due/overdue for return to Construction Subcontractor/Supplier.

3.9.2. Filing and Archiving


QC SUBCONTRACTOR will set and maintain a centralized filing system for both technical
documentation (documents and drawings) and correspondence. Separate Design and
Supplier/Construction Subcontractor files shall be maintained with the latest revision of each
original document/drawing held in reproducible and electronic form. This requirement shall apply
to both QC SUBCONTRACTOR and CH2M HILL technical data and correspondence.

QC SUBCONTRACTOR document control will include:


ƒ Set-up and review of a Document Distribution Matrix for both CH2M HILL and QC

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SUBCONTRACTOR
ƒ Ensure pertinent issues are available at all locations
ƒ Changes are in writing or traceable to electronic version and processed efficiently
ƒ Record changes with the ability to demonstrate changes following CH2M HILL approval of
documents.

3.9.3. Dispatch Documents


All documents, with the exception of telefaxes, memoranda, e-mail, and letters will be sent under
cover of a uniquely numbered Document Transmittal. For reference purposes all transmittal sheet
shall be numbered sequentially and shall bear the Contract Number and QC SUBCONTRACTOR
Project Title. Documents or Drawings in differing stages of release e.g. 'FOR COMMENT', 'FOR
INFORMATION', 'CONSTRUCTION RELEASED' etc., will be submitted with separate
transmittals. To facilitate the distribution, drawings and documents of a different nature will not be
sent under cover of one transmittal sheet.

Document will be grouped under separate transmittals such as, but not be limited to the following:
ƒ Area/Location
ƒ General
ƒ Specific area
ƒ Discipline

3.9.4. Manpower Scheduling


QC SUBCONTRACTOR will ensure that the schedule and manpower plan is established and
agreed with CH2M HILL, for each Work Authorization. QC SUBCONTRACTOR schedule will be
manpower resources loaded by discipline including all eligible personnel.

QC SUBCONTRACTOR will provide in the monthly report histogram showing the weekly
manpower requirements and availabilities by discipline for Work Authorization "rolled up" to totals
for all Work Authorizations.

QC SUBCONTRACTOR will endeavor to maintain manpower leveled plans. In the event of


significant manpower overloads or under loads, QC SUBCONTRACTOR shall prepare and
communicate to CH2M HILL a detailed plan of the remedial measures QC SUBCONTRACTOR
will take to manage this deviation while maintaining the schedule dates.

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3.9.5. Construction Subcontractor Drawings


QC SUBCONTRACTOR will review and comment upon received construction subcontractor
drawings.

3.10. CONTRACT PACKAGING


QC SUBCONTRACTOR will evaluate work package by considering:
ƒ Possibility to shorten construction time schedule
ƒ Quality expected of certain work
ƒ Sequencing of construction work
ƒ Long-lead items
ƒ Load of work capital of construction subcontractor in this crisis economy situation
ƒ Risk distribution and contractor’s responsibility
ƒ Project cost cutting
ƒ Public campaign for the project persistence by involving local strength.
ƒ Public Campaign untuk keberlangsungan Pekerjaan dengan melibatkan potensi peran lokal.

QC SUBCONTRACTOR will extra carefulness to set the project work, as it will affect complexity
of construction management or work quality and as the result productivity and whole construction
quality will impede.

4. BIDDING PHASE
In tendering phase, QC SUBCONTRACTOR will support CH2M HILL to procure construction
subcontractor. QC SUBCONTRACTOR’s services are as follows :
ƒ Arranging tender agenda
ƒ Acting as the POC and tender committee
ƒ Arranging tender procedure
ƒ Determining criteria of participant
ƒ Determining criteria of selection
ƒ Determining Engineer’s Estimate as ceiling price
ƒ Providing punctual tender document
ƒ Doing Pra-Qualification process
ƒ Determining location, facility and budget for tender activity

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ƒ Evaluating submitted proposals based on selection criteria and providing recommendations to


CH2M HILL for construction subcontractor
ƒ Notifying construction subcontractors of the selection result

5. CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
Construction management basically are management of execution to reach project’s goal in
planned budget, time and quality. Many factors involved support the project success, for
example:
ƒ Good partnership spirit among project’s participants
ƒ CM leadership role
ƒ Sufficient design to contract and construct
ƒ Sufficient project planning

QC SUBCONTRACTOR divides construction phase in 4 stages as seen on picture below.

ÍPREPARATIONÎÍCONSTRUCTION ÎÍTESTING & COMMISIONING ÎÍ


MAINTENANCE Î

Preparation and construction stages are described as follows:


A. PREPARATION
In this stage, QC SUBCONTRCONTRACTOR will study all contract documents of
Construction Subcontractor that consist of:
ƒ Construction drawing
ƒ Technical Specification
ƒ Bill of Quantity
ƒ Memorandum
ƒ Schedule of construction
On Kick of Meeting, QC SUBCONTRCONTRACTOR will explain to Construction
Subcontractor about some procedures such as:
ƒ procedure of Material Approval
ƒ procedure of Shop Drawing Approval
ƒ procedure of work permit
ƒ procedure of supervising work progress
ƒ procedure of publishing progress report

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ƒ procedure of hand over

B. CONSTRUCTION
Based on construction drawing, Construction Subcontractor must make shop drawing. Shop
drawing must show details, measurement, material, and if necessary, tools needed to make
construction work easier.
Basically to execute their job, Construction Subcontractor must go through certain phase such
as:
ƒ Approval slip of approved shop drawing
ƒ Approval slip of approved material
ƒ Checking of construction preparation
ƒ Permit to execute the construction work

At least 2 weeks before start the construction, Construction Subcontractor must submit shop
drawing for approval. The procedure as follows:

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CONTRACT SHOP DRAWING


DOCUMENT SUBMISSION FORM A APPROVAL Y WORK
BY CM PREPARATION

FORM B Y

EVALUATION N STORED
BY CM & QS DATA

APPROVAL BY N
DESIGNER &
CH2M HILL

SHOP DRAWING SUBMISSIONÎ EVALUATIONÎ APPROVAL & REVISIONÎ CONSTRUCTION PREPARATIONÎ

By referring to contract document, Construction Subcontractor makes shop drawing and


submits it. If there is no difference between shop drawing and construction drawing, then
Construction Subcontractor uses Form A and Construction Management (CM) will evaluate
the shop drawing in maximum 1 week. If there is any correction, Construction Subcontractor
must revise it. Time consume for submission until approval is maximum 2 weeks.

If there are some differences between shop drawing and construction drawing, then CM
together with Quantity Surveyor will evaluate and then submit to designer and CH2M HILL for
approval. Process from submission until approval is maximum 2 weeks.

Other approval for starting the construction work is material approval. This process is similar
with shop drawing approval.

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CONTRACT MATERIAL
DOCUMENT SUBMISSION FORM A APPROVAL Y WORK
BY CM PREPARATION

FORM B Y

EVALUATION N STORED
BY CM & QS DATA

APPROVAL BY N
DESIGNER &
CH2M HILL

Before starting the construction work, QC SUBCONTRACTOR will check construction


subcontractor readiness based on preparation checklist for construction subcontractor. If
construction subcontractor is ready (reflected on the checklist), permit for starting the work will
be issued.

Herewith are several points needed to be paid attention to:

5.1. CONSTRUCTION INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITY


QC SUBCONTRACTOR will ensure that infrastructure facility and utility needed must be planned
before hand. For example:
ƒ Water for construction, site office and worker must available already since initial work on site.
Either deep-well or others, this must be covered in pay item of contract.
ƒ Electricity for construction and site office must be available. Capacity and electricity source
should be adequate.

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ƒ Phone line that will be needed for project must be available when the project start
ƒ Worker cabin in project site if possible
ƒ Toilet/urinary for worker

5.2. SITE ARRANGEMENT AND LAY DOWN AREA


Effective lay out site will support construction activity and will reduce costs. Area for storage,
access, and road which have enough clearances for construction equipment must be provides.
Other, accessibility during construction must be ensure not impeded by or impede to construction.

Traffic for material and equipment supply during mobilization, construction and demobilization
must be considered, especially if the project locates nearby or at busy and hectic lane. Usage of
lane on off peak hour must be also considered. QC SUBCONTRACTOR will be coordinate with
local authorities concerned.

5.3. MATERIAL MANAGEMENT


QC SUBCONTRACTOR primary objectives in executing the material management for the project
is to ensure that procurement of all equipment, materials and services necessary for the project
by Construction Subcontractor, from the optimum sources in regard to technical, financial and
project schedule criteria, taking such factors into consideration as an availability of effective
maintenance, including vendors services after the installation as well as standardization and
interchangeability of spare parts.

QC SUBCONTRACTOR’ strategies to realize the above objective are as follows:


ƒ Maximization of Indonesian Procurement
o Engineering work performed by QC SUBCONTRACTOR will emphases to maximize
the procurement from Indonesian sources as long as the specifications, quality,
delivery and overall cost characteristic are equivalent and compatible with CH2M HILL
requirement.
o Based on the knowledge of Indonesia vendor capabilities it has obtained, Construction
Subcontractor will suggest QC SUBCONTRACTOR to arrange for providing necessary
technical assistance of fabrication supervision to vendors to ensure the delivery
schedule or required quality of equipment and materials.

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ƒ standardization of equipment
o CONTRACTOR will implement the standardization of equipment to simplify and
minimize the stock of spare part such as Grouping the various types and models of
related or logically combined functional equipment to maximize purchasing leverage
while minimizing spare parts and servicing requirements.
o Limiting in the selection and recommendation of makes of purchased equipment
ƒ Schedule oriented procurement operations
o QC SUBBCONTRACTOR will ensure that all procurement efforts rendered by
Construction Subcontractor will be directed toward the on-schedule delivery of
equipment and materials to the site.

The following is brief description of the procurement procedure:

5.3.1. Purchasing
Construction Subcontractor will check and prepare the product or material details for review by
QC SUBCONTRACTOR. QC SUBCONTRACTOR will submit on the appropriate CH2M HILL
material submittal form for approval.

5.3.2. Expediting
Expediting begins from the day of the purchase order is issued to the Vendor by Construction
Subcontractor. QC SUBCONTRACTOR receives the receiving schedule and status from
Construction Subcontractor and ensuring that it meets with schedule requirement such as:
ƒ material shipping schedules
ƒ material receipt status
ƒ requisition list with Vendor promised delivery date
ƒ material expediting status report
ƒ delivery schedule which shall meet field construction schedule

QC SUBCONTRACTOR will expedite and advise corrective action as required such as:
ƒ ensure Construction Subcontractor to expedite transport to site for shipped and unloaded
cargos
ƒ check transit area to minimize loss time with Construction Subcontractor
ƒ push Construction Subcontractor to expedite for delayed material
ƒ push Construction Subcontractor to requisition for unordered material

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ƒ advise Construction Subcontractor to adjust manpower / equipment for accelerate


transportations required

A schedule listing the delivery dates will be submitted to CH2M HILL.

5.3.3. Inspection
QC SUBCONTRACTOR utilizes qualified personnel for inspections and audits in Construction
Subcontractor / Vendor's facilities in accordance with requirements stated in CH2M HILL
procurement documents and as requested by the Project. This inspection activity is planned and
performed to confirm Construction Subcontractor Quality Assurance / Quality Control efforts and
to verify product conformity. Specific activities typically include:
ƒ Providing sufficient surveillance of Construction Subcontractor facilities, monitoring inspection
progress, coordinating the resolution of nonconformance, unsatisfactory conditions and
resolving questions / concerns raised by inspection personnel.
ƒ Insuring all specified activities in the fabrication / manufacturing cycle conform to applicable
specifications, codes/standards, welding procedures, non-destructive examination (NOE)
requirements, etc.
ƒ Coordinating inspection assignments with Construction Subcontractor’s shops to ensure
schedules are maintained.
ƒ Conducting pre-inspection meetings at Construction Subcontractor’s shops, as soon as
possible, after receipt of an inspection assignment and prior to production.
ƒ Monitoring via verifying, witnessing or performing those activities necessary to provide
assurance that the Construction Subcontractor is complying with all quality and technical
requirements of the Purchase Order.
ƒ Preparing and submit Inspection Reports of all Construction Subcontractor’s shop visits within
24 hours after the visit, documenting pertinent results of the inspection.
ƒ Assisting Construction Subcontractor in clarifying unresolved issues and correcting
unsatisfactory items and nonconformance.
ƒ Issuing Certificates of Compliance after Construction Subcontractor have complied with the
Purchase Order / Requisition requirements and materials have been satisfactorily packaged
and released for transportation.
ƒ Issuing Final Inspection Report briefly summarizing the completion of the inspection attributes
and the closure of inspection activities.

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5.3.4. Inspection Plan


The Inspection Plan to be prepared for the project will be based on the Inspection Activity Plan
(lAP) that the Construction Subcontractor always prepares for each Material Requisition.

This lAP document (sometimes also referred to as Inspection Data Sheet) defines the type and
extent of the activity to be performed by Construction Subcontractor and acknowledge by QC
SUBCONTRACTOR.

QC SUBCONTRACTOR will ensure that for each specific project and for each specific group of
items, the Standard lAP will be revised and tailored taking into account the following:
ƒ Type of project
ƒ Client requirements and/or specifications and applicable codes
ƒ Proper characteristics of the specific item (i.e. low temperature, high pressure, lethal service
etc.).

Construction Subcontractor shall attach the tailored lAP to the Material Requisition (MR) issued
for inquiry and discussed with the potential Vendors at the time of negotiation. CONTRACTOR will
ensure that each pertinent MR when issued for order.

5.3.5. Inspection Activity


The QI will be responsible for carrying out progressive inspections on the scheduled dates in strict
accordance with the instructions given by the QC SUBCONTRACTOR.

Kick-of meeting for major equipment may be held with Construction Subcontractor/ manufacturers
to maintain good communication during fabrication of equipment and/or materials.

The agenda will include, but not be limited to the following:


ƒ Clarification of the person-in-charge, both QC SUBCONTRACTOR and Construction
Subcontractor/ Manufacturers.
ƒ Confirmation of the contents of requisition and of special requirements
ƒ Confirmation of the preliminary manufacturing schedule
ƒ Confirmation of special inspection requirements

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Pre-inspection meetings will be arranged when necessary for important supplies in order to
resolve questions arisen in compliance with the specifications, and / or to establish a tentative
inspection schedule, and/or to define hold points according to the lAP, and / or review Sub-
Supplier's List and determine which companies require further evaluation or inspection.

The following are examples of the agenda items to be covered.


ƒ Purchase order requirements
ƒ Code and Specification
ƒ Scope of third-party inspection agency for statutory requirements
ƒ MPS, PQR and welders' performance records
ƒ Manufacturers' inspection program, inspection points, witnessing of tests
ƒ Fabrication schedule
ƒ Nondestructive inspection requirements
ƒ Hydrostatic or pneumatic tests (if required)
ƒ Additional or Special inspection requirements
ƒ Extent of QC SUBCONTRACTOR’s inspection and CH2M HILL inspection.

Discussions and conclusions of the meeting will be reported by the QI to the SQI via a precise
and detailed "Minutes of Meeting". The QI shall follow up, until release of equipment or materials,
all items covered by the pre-inspection meeting.

Under the following conditions, a pre-inspection meeting may not be held, subject to SQI's
discretion.
Construction Subcontractor/ Vendor have done business with CH2M HILL previously and are
regarded as maintaining adequate inspection and quality.
Construction Subcontractor / Vendor has extensive experience and no trouble is anticipate in the
fabrication process
The inspection procedure is simple and no misunderstanding is existed between the vendor and
QC SUBCONTRACTOR / CH2M HILL.

Visit for testing (intermediate or final) is made by Construction Subcontractor’s inspectors on the
basis of the lAP. After every visit the Construction Subcontractor’s inspectors will compile an
Inspection Report and send it to the QC SUBCONTRACTOR.

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The QI who, during his inspection activities and / or after any intermediate or final test, finds that
the material /equipment is not in conformity with the prescription of the order must issue to the
Construction Subcontractor/ Supplier a Non-Conformity Note, which clearly specifies the reasons
of nonconformity and any possible remedial action.

5.3.6. Non-conformance during Manufacturer


When any non-conformance occurs during manufacturing and inspection, the responsible
inspector shall prepare a trouble report according to the SQI's instructions.

The trouble report shall outline the non-conformance and describe the cause and outline the
countermeasures thereto.

The SQI shall request that the Engineering Coordinator concerned evaluate the failure and decide
on countermeasures and shall consult with the engineering group. The engineering group shall
coordinate between the necessary personnel involved.

5.3.7. Equipment and Materials Accepted as Non-conforming


When the equipment / materials are to be accepted as being in non-conformance with the
specification as a result of the evaluation of, the non-conformance, the relevant documents and
specifications shall be revised accordingly.

When repair or a modification of such failure is required, the repair procedure shall be prepared
by the manufacturer for review by QC SUBCONTRACTOR and approval by CH2M HILL, then, the
repair or modification work shall be carried out. In addition to the countermeasures, measures to
prevent the recurrence of such failure shall also be established.

For non-conformance items, tags marked "HOLD" or "REJECT" or the like shall be affixed to
avoid use in error then to be quarantined.

When the final test has a positive outcome, the Inspector will issues to the Supplier the Release
Note that authorizes the vendor to ship the material.

The issue of the Release Note must be subordinated to the fulfillment, by the Supplier, of all the
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connected with the order including testing certificates, analysis certificates, etc. and shipping
documents (in case off-shore items).

Furthermore it is the responsibility of the QI to ascertain, before issuing the Release Note, that the
Construction Subcontractor has followed the instruction relative to marking, color coding (piping
materials) and packing prescribed by the Construction Subcontractor.

5.3.8. Materials Certificates


Materials certificates for the pressure retaining parts shall be submitted by the vendor in
accordance with the relevant specifications.

Construction Subcontractor shall check the certificate and confirm the correctness of the
identification marks on the materials and shall be reported to QC SUBCONTRACTOR.

5.4. SAFETY AND SECURITY


Safety and security during construction usually consist of:
ƒ Safety:
o Regulation of Safety working on site
o Safety working organization
o Safety working facility, such as helmet, sling, signage, first aid kit, etc.
o Training
o Periodic inspection

ƒ Security:
o Security organization, personnel included
o Permit and necessary contacts
o Security regulation on site
o Security equipment, such as fence, gate, guarding towers, spot lights, ID card, handy
talky, etc.
o Training
o Periodic Inspection
ƒ Cleanliness:
o Site cleanliness regulation
o Cleaning organization

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o Field cleanliness facility


o Routine Inspection

5.5. ENVIROMENTAL PROTECTION


Side effects handling must be ensured covered in specification, drawings and other document
planning and also direct or compensation pay item need to be available by Construction
Contractor or other project team.

Soil Dirt During construction time, soil work will cause excess dirt that are scattered
everywhere. This should be handled. For example, each soil truck going out
from the site must be covered by a sheet of plastic.

Noise and Vibration Drilling activity, usage of generators etc, during construction work will also
generate noise and vibration. This can be handled by for example the usage of
silencers.

Ash Soil work and others construction work will always generate ash. This can be
handled by for example sprinkling water regularly on non-pavement areas.
Water Construction activities usually cause of sedimentation in nearby ditch. Any ditch
crossing construction site must be ensured its condition, by for example
eliminating sedimentation or executing the construction project not on rainy
season.
Traffic Traffic need to be studied during project planning phase to ensure new traffic
caused by construction can be controlled, both during the construction time and
during operational.
Sosio-economic Need to consider all local strength that can be contributed by surrounding
society to support projects smoothness.

5.6. PROJECT CONTROLLING


Project controlling basically consist of controlling management plans and will involve:
ƒ Schedule controlling
ƒ Scope of work controlling
ƒ Cost controlling
ƒ Document controlling

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ƒ Quality controlling
ƒ Risk controlling

Controlling process goes through steps of:


ƒ Report
ƒ Analysis
ƒ Identification of changes required
ƒ Cause checking
ƒ Determination of correction steps

Reports used for controlling are progress reports, which resulting in Project Plan Updates,
including plan of correction.
Risk Controlling is plan of corrective action noted in every report as response to certain problem.

Even though documentation of periodic control recorded through weekly report, biweekly and
monthly, but in reality project controlling will be done on daily basis. Controlling activity will also
reflecting in weekly progress meeting.

5.6.1. Schedule Controlling


A realistic project schedule is accountable and easiness in controlling. Schedule controlling can
also be done nicely if information of activity plan are nicely noted and well organized, started from
master schedule as a baseline.
Schedule must consist of all project activity such as:
ƒ Project Preparation Phase
ƒ Design Phase
ƒ Tendering Phase
ƒ Demolition Works
ƒ Construction phase
ƒ Fitting out phase
ƒ Commissioning-handover-migration phase
Which are made in hierarchy, as follows:
ƒ Project Master Schedule
ƒ Individual Contract Schedule
ƒ Be-Weekly Schedule

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Controlling process will be effective if done through priority list, started from strategic milestone
and crucial or critical work during project execution, coordinating schedule periodically, handling
progress or obstacle responsively.

Critical path and obstacles that can be immediately identified in schedule controlling are:
ƒ Milestone as determined by owner
ƒ Long Lead items
ƒ Fabrication work
ƒ Finishing work
ƒ Work changes
ƒ Weather
ƒ Critical activities on Critical Path Method

QC SUBCONTRACTOR in arranging master schedule will identify and study those crucial parts
/obstacles to obtain priority and arranging solution.

QC SUBCONTRACTOR will use special software for planning, monitoring and controlling
schedule. As first input in controlling is project schedule, then reevaluating the progress report
including request for changes. As the result is updating schedule including several other action
plans? Chart of controlling used is Project Schedule Tracker.

5.6.2. Communication Controlling


Availability of simple yet effective system of communication and all coordination system basically
will ensure project’s controlled. Planning of communication and coordination, as basic
communication must be determined at the very beginning after project organization appointed.
Coordination plan must consist of:
ƒ coordination among major disciplines or interphasing
ƒ coordination of responsibility distribution (responsibility chart)
ƒ coordination with Client and other authorities directly involved, such as institute/agency or
contractor

Communication can be done through electronic mail, and other formal such as letters. Periodic
meeting are other mean of effective communication media. Meeting will be held daily and weekly.

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QC SUBCONTRACTOR will be held Daily Tailgate Meeting in each morning at the site to discuss
the following subjects, as a minimum:
ƒ The work planned for the day
ƒ Changes in work assignment
ƒ Health and safety issues
ƒ Review problems encountered the previous day
ƒ Sign the safety task assignment form prior to beginning any work on site

At Weekly Progress Meeting, project’s team will discuss:


ƒ Construction progress
ƒ Technical, engineering or regulatory issues
ƒ Progress schedule
ƒ Submissions schedule
ƒ Contractual issues
ƒ Changes in work assignment
ƒ Follow up and corrective action

All communication and coordination activity will be noted on minutes of meeting.

5.6.3. Scope of Work Controlling


Scope of Work Controlling is management plan and scope of work control that the items are
defined from contract and arranged into main WBS (Work Breakdown Structure), with measured
definitions that become baseline to work’s execution. At the implementation, the result will be
verified, inspected and approved or not approved through reports or agenda.
For controlling, input used is main WBS, Scope of Work baseline that comes from TOR and
contract documents, progress report and changes in assignment.

6. FIT-OUT MANAGEMENT, COMMISSIONING & HAND OVER


Fit out activity, testing, commissioning, and hand over are specific action need to be seriously and
separately handled. All these actions will involve many project teams which are contractual
separated, such as: contractor, sub-contractor, supplier, manufacturer, and also several people in
client’s organization. Therefore careful planning needed, including clauses in contract, providing
pay-item for those activities, staff training, etc.

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QC SUBCONTRACTOR will ensure those activities can be done nicely and review of organization
or commissioning team, schedule, costs, procedures and responsibility distribution

The activities in this phase, for example:

Commissioning Checklists: Handover Checklists:

Commissioning-Handover-Migration Brief Handover procedure


Budget Program
Program Building Manuals
Commissioning action checklist Operating and Maintenance Manual
Appointment As-built and installed drawings
Client operating procedure Letting or disposal
Training of staff Additional works
Client equipment Final account
Building services & equipment Liaison with tenants, purchaser or financier
Maintenance Access by contractors
Security Security
Communications Spares
Signs & graphics Read meters
Initiation of operations Publicity
Review operation of facility Opening arrangements
Feedback Client’s acceptance of building
Commissioning Documents Inspection & certificates

7. DELIVERABLES
The deliverables of QC SUBCONTRACTOR studies, detailed, and reports shall, as applicable,
include but not be limited to the following:
ƒ Architectural drawings, structural drawings, substructure drawings, mechanical-electrical
drawings.
ƒ Design or calculation reports

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ƒ Material and fabrication specification


ƒ Cost and schedule estimate for the Services (Owner's Estimate both preliminary and final)
ƒ Process evaluation report
ƒ Master schedule
ƒ Partial schedule
ƒ Project procedure
ƒ Monthly report
ƒ Daily report
ƒ Field log book
ƒ Minutes of Progress Work
ƒ As Built Drawing
ƒ Minutes of Meeting
ƒ Safety & Security Report
ƒ Material Testing Report
ƒ Material Approval Report
ƒ Variation Order Report
ƒ Project Completion Report
ƒ Defect/ Punch List
ƒ Project Documentation
ƒ Testing & Commissioning Report
ƒ Minutes of Hand Over I
ƒ Minutes of Hand Over II

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II PRELIMANARY PROJECT SCHEDULE

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II ORGANIZATION CHART

Project organization must be appointed early which include:


ƒ Project Organization
ƒ QC SUBCONTRACTOR Organization

Those organizations chart tentatively as below:


1. PROJECT ORGANIZATION CHART
SCHEME OF WORKING RELATIONSHIP

CH2M HILL

QC/DESIGN
SUBCONTRACTOR

CONSTRUCTION
SUBCONTRACTOR

SCHEME OF CONTRACTUAL RELATIONSHIP

CH2M HILL

QC/DESIGN CONSTRUCTION
SUBCONTRACTOR SUBCONTRACTOR

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2. QC SUBCONTRACTOR ORGANIZATION CHART


CENTRAL JAVA

QC SUBCONTRACTOR PM
PROJECT MANAGEMENT GROUP
HOME OFFICE

PROJECT CONTROLLING
ƒ SCHEDULLING
ƒ DOCUMENT CONTROL

HES GROUP

HES MANAGER
HOME OFFICE

HES INSPECTOR
CM GROUP
SITE OFFICE SITE OFFICE

ENGINEERING GROUP
CONSTRUCTION MANAGER SENIOR DESIGN HOME OFFICE
ENGINEER

SITE SUPERINTENDENT (1)

SITE SUPERINTENDENT (2 ARCHITECT CIVIL GEODETIC MECH/ELECTRICAL


ENGINEER ENGINEER ENGINEER
SITE SUPERINTENDENT (3)

SITE SUPERINTENDENT (4)

SITE SUPERINTENDENT (5) DRAFTMEN TECHNICAL


SUPERVISOR ASSISTANCE
SITE SUPERINTENDENT (6)

SITE SUPERINTENDENT (7)


DRAFTMAN DRAFTMAN DRAFTMAN

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3. QC SUBCONTRACTOR ORGANIZATION CHART


NORTH SULAWESI AREA

QC SUBCONTRACTOR PM
PROJECT MANAGEMENT GROUP
HOME OFFICE

PROJECT CONTROLLING
ƒ SCHEDULLING
ƒ DOCUMENT CONTROL

HES GROUP

HES MANAGER
HOME OFFICE

HES INSPECTOR
CM GROUP
SITE OFFICE SITE OFFICE

ENGINEERING GROUP
CONSTRUCTION MANAGER SENIOR DESIGN HOME OFFICE
ENGINEER

SITE SUPERINTENDENT (1)

SITE SUPERINTENDENT (2 ARCHITECT CIVIL GEODETIC M/E OFFSHORE


ENGINEER ENGINEER ENGINEER ENGINEER ENGINEER
SITE SUPERINTENDENT (3)

SITE SUPERINTENDENT (4)

SITE SUPERINTENDENT (5) DRAFTMEN TECHNICAL


SUPERVISOR ASSISTANCE
SITE SUPERINTENDENT (6)

DRAFTMAN DRAFTMAN DRAFTMAN

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4. JOB DESCRIPTION AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF QC SUBCONTRACTOR


4.1. JOB DESCRIPTION OF PERSONNEL
The entire job descriptions here below mention the responsibilities and authorities to perform work
that they are assigned.

4.1.1. QC SUBCONTRACTOR PROJECT MANAGER (PM)


Reports to : PT. ENCONA INTI INDUSTRI Board of Directors and CH2M HILL PM
Based on : Home Office

Function / Responsibility
Work effectively with QC SUBCONTRACTOR’s Personnel of diverse tier, background and interest,
and maintain good liaison with CH2M HILL’s Representatives, professionals, community and local
government. Manage and direct QC SUBCONTRACTOR’s activities and represent QC
SUBCONTRACTOR for all contractual matters during the implementation of this Contract. The
roles and responsibilities of this position include:
ƒ Plan, organize, direct and manage the activities and resources of QC SUBCONTRACTOR an
the execution of the services to satisfy CH2M HILL,
ƒ Propose QC SUBCONTRACTOR’s organization required to carry out and accomplish the
assigned projects efficiently and in accordance with approved plans and schedules,
ƒ Employ and maintain acceptable project management procedures, accounting records, cost
control procedure, and establish QC SUBCONTRACTOR’s policy,
ƒ Plan, develop and execute sustainable local business development program during Contract
duration,
ƒ Ensures that the obligations of the QC SUBCONTRACTOR under the terms of the Contract are
fulfilled,
ƒ Co-ordinates with and draws upon the functional resources of the QC SUBCONTRACTOR
organization as required for supporting the Project,
ƒ Participates in the Joint Operation Management meetings,
ƒ Verify that in-house procedures are implemented during the Works phases,
ƒ Co-ordinates the Construction Subcontractor tasks within the frame of the detailed Scope of
Works,
ƒ Assess and select Construction Subcontractor(s) and supplier(s).

4.1.2. Project Control


Reports to : QC SUBCONTRACTOR PM

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Based : Home Office

Function / Responsibility
Prepare, complete, lead, coordinate, and control QC SUBCONTRACTOR’s activities in the
projects. The roles and responsibilities of this position include:
ƒ Lead a project controls group consisting of Schedulers, Document Controllers, and Cost
Engineers to provide project controls Services to project under QC SUBCONTRACTOR or
directly under CH2M HILL,
ƒ Work closely with CH2m HILL’s representatives related to project controls,
ƒ Develop, implement and monitor QC SUBCONTRACTOR’s Key Performance Indicator,
ƒ Developing and maintaining QC SUBCONTRACTOR’s project control SOP, techniques, and
guidance,
ƒ Developing and implementing the Scheduling and Progress measurement procedures.
ƒ Drafting and preparing WBS for each project,
ƒ Preparing and maintaining project master schedules,
ƒ Updating the Contract execution schedule each month and issuing planned versus actual
progress curves, histograms, tables, status reports, bar charts, computerized listings.
ƒ Anticipating problem areas and recommending to the Construction Manager actions to be
taken before delay occurs.
ƒ Developing a cost monitoring system and implementing it,
ƒ Setting up the physical progress assessment system by combining the physical measurable
quantities supplied and/or installed with the progress key dates,
ƒ Issuing change order requests,
ƒ Evaluating financial and time impact of change order proposals and keep the register for the
same,
ƒ Collecting and/or preparing the supporting documentation in accordance with the contractual
requirements, for measurement and invoicing activities,
ƒ Analyzing whenever necessary methods of overcoming deviations to the construction program,
ƒ Supervising document control activities and ensuring that the established procedures are
maintained,
ƒ Preparing the contract documents,
ƒ Preparing the progress payment for Sub-Contractors,
ƒ Preparing and issuing various reports such as the Monthly report, and the Weekly Progress
report.

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4.1.3. Health and Safety (H&S) Manager


Reports to : QC SUBCONTRACTOR PM
Based on : Home Office

Function / Responsibility
Manage, coordinate, develop, and enforce QC SUBCONTRACTOR’s Health and Safety (H&S)
procedure, program, policy and regulation that shall be aligned with CH2M HILL’s H&S policy. The
roles and responsibilities of this position include:
ƒ Develop QC SUBCONTRACTOR’s H&S management plan to be implemented by QC
SUBCONTRACTOR and its supervised Construction Subcontractor,
ƒ Responsible for the implementation and the administration of the QC SUBCONTRACTOR’s
Health & Safety Programs for the Works,
ƒ Implement and administrate the Project Safety & Health Regulations,
ƒ Maintain, report, and distribute QC SUBCONTRACTOR’s and its supervised construction
subcontractor’s H&S statistics and reports,
ƒ Facilitate incidents investigation and follow up its recommendations,
ƒ Interface with CH2M HILL Representatives as necessary to address safety & health
regulations,
ƒ Issue a safety and health reports on monthly basis to the Corporate Safety Manager,
ƒ Arrange and conduct regular safety meetings with the QC SUBCONTRACTOR’s Staff,
ƒ Draw Safety Inspection and Audits Program and participates in those inspection and audits,
ƒ Maintain good relations with government officials on H&S,
ƒ Develop, implement and monitor QC SUBCONTRACTOR’s and its supervised construction QC
SUBCONTRACTOR’s key Performance Indicator on H&S,
ƒ Work closely with CH2M HILL’s H&S representative and QC SUBCONTRACTOR’s related
functions to manage and enforce H&S during performance of the Contract
ƒ Advise all levels, from Project Management to work force, on safety matters,
ƒ Prepare, review, respond and manage to the safety statistics,
ƒ Determine the need, and prepare, review and manage safety-training programs,
ƒ Develop and review emergency procedures and organizes drills and exercises,
ƒ Report to and assist QC SUBCONTRACTOR PM related to QC SUBCONTRACTOR’s H&S
management during the Contract period.

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4.1.4. Senior Design Engineer


Reports to : QC SUBCONTRACTOR PM
Based : Home Office

Function / Responsibility
Prepare and complete engineering design, coordinate and control QC SUBCONTRACTOR’s
activities in the development of engineering and drafting, material take off, survey, cost estimate,
administration, and projects planning and scheduling. The roles and responsibilities of this position
include:
ƒ Provide technical consultation for Facility construction and commissioning,
ƒ Work closely with CH2M HILL’s representative related to project engineering,
ƒ Implement and monitor QC SUBCONTRACTOR’s Key Performance Indicator.

4.1.5. Construction Manager


Reports to : The QC SUBCONTRACTOR PM
Based : Site Office

Function / Responsibility
Construction Manager will control, monitor and responsible for all construction activities on all
project site. Due to there are many sites must be handled, he will be supported by Site
Superintendents. The roles and responsibilities of this position include:
ƒ Implement QC SUBCONTRACTOR’s H&S management plan on all project sites,
ƒ Responsible of the interfaces between the Construction Subcontractor and other entities on all
project sites,
ƒ Provide field construction consultation for Facility engineering,
ƒ Work closely with CH2M HILL’s representative related to projects construction,
ƒ Implement, control, and monitor QC SUBCONTRACTOR’s Key Performance Indicator,
ƒ Organise the construction team to achieve the optimum productivity and carries out the Works
in the most efficient manner and in stipulated time,
ƒ Create quality consciousness in the construction team and fully supporting CH2M HILL to
achieve the standard of quality as per the requirements of the Contract,
ƒ Develop and maintain construction management plans, and monitor progress against the
schedule and budget on all project sites,
ƒ Control that all construction documents are up to date, are received and issued to the
construction team,

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ƒ Inform the Project Controlling on engineering changes, which may have impact on cost and
schedule,
ƒ Prepares the construction monthly progress reports in conjunction with the Project Controlling,

4.1.6. Site Superintendent


Reports to : Construction Manager (CM)
Based : Site Office

Function / Responsibility
Site Superintendent will support CM by controlling and monitoring daily activities on site where he
is placed. Basically, he is as CM representatives on site. Each project site has one Site
Superintendent. The roles and responsibilities of this position include:
ƒ Responsible for all construction activities on site,
ƒ Responsible of the interfaces between the Construction Subcontractor and other entities,
ƒ Assisting CM to implement QC SUBCONTRACTOR’s H&S management plan,
ƒ Assisting the development of local contractors in construction techniques and quality,
ƒ Supporting CM to provide field construction consultation for Facility engineering,
ƒ Controlling construction subcontractor activities to achieve the optimum productivity and carries
out the Works in the most efficient manner and in stipulated time,
ƒ Creating quality consciousness in the construction team to achieve the standard of quality as
per the requirements of the Contract,
ƒ Maintaining construction management plans and monitoring progress against the schedule and
budget,
ƒ Controlling that all construction documents on site are up to date, are received and issued to
the construction team,
ƒ Informing the CM on engineering changes, which may have impact on cost and schedule,
ƒ Preparing the construction daily and weekly progress reports

4.2. QC SUBCONTRACTOR’s RESPONSIBILITIES AND SERVICES


All the descriptions here below mention the responsibilities, authorities and services of QC
SUBCONTRACTOR according to project phase.

4.2.1. PRE SOLICITATION & SOLICITATION

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ƒ Preparing and providing advice to PM CH2M HILL about construction implementation and
project packaging.
ƒ Identifying a minimum of 3 capable and experienced Construction Subcontractor for each
project or construction package
ƒ Describing project package according to RFP, preparing schedule, translating and developing
design concept offered by Construction Subcontractor and with PM CH2M HILL review and
preparing budget plan for every project.
ƒ Coordinating and conducting site walks at each project site, and providing necessary
transportation for CH2M HILL personnel.
ƒ Acting as the POC during solicitation activities, directing questions to the CH2M HILL POC and
providing recommendations for responses.
ƒ Providing any required support in obtaining local permits, establishing MOUs, and providing
support for governmental and stakeholder relations.
ƒ Acting as POC with Construction Subcontractor for distribution of contract amendments, etc.
and acting as the receipt point for submitted proposals.
ƒ Evaluating submitted proposals and providing recommendation to CH2M HILL for Construction
Subcontractor selection based on a fair evaluation per the selection criteria identified by CH2M
HILL
ƒ Notifying Construction Subcontractors of the selection results.
ƒ Assisting CH2M HILL in getting contract documents in place, providing any necessary
translation, and facilitating signing of the construction contract.

4.2.2. DESIGN PHASE


ƒ Preparing QC Subcontractor Quality Control and H&S plans specific to the projects to be
designed and constructed. Preparing the QC plan in accordance with the CH2M HILL
Construction Quality plan.
ƒ Coordinating a project kickoff meeting with in-house design team in an adequate facility,
providing an agenda for the meeting that covers the key areas of coordination necessary to
properly implement the projects.
ƒ Identifying standard design drawings/strategies for facilities to be constructed and work with in-
house design team to site adapt these to existing project conditions. Ensure that the design
team prepares all design drawings and specifications necessary for the Construction
Subcontractor to construct the facilities in a quality manner. Ensure that designs are fully
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prepared to accommodate the budgeted construction costs for each project.


ƒ Conducting a QC review of the completed design plans and design drawings/ specifications
and providing written review comments to the CH2M HILL PM. Coordinating CH2M HILL
review and approval of these documents. Ensuring that all CH2M HILL comments are
appropriately incorporated into revised design.
ƒ Completing design plan and design drawing by in-house design team.
ƒ Coordinating and leading a design review meeting with stakeholders.
ƒ Provide three copies of the approved, final design drawings and specifications to the CH2M
HILL PM.
ƒ Assisting in-house design team to develop site specific Health and Safety (H&S) and Quality
Control plans that meet US Army Corps of Engineers standards. The H&S plan shall include
and Accident Prevention Plan and an Activities Hazard Analysis.
ƒ Provide design drawings in an electronic format approved by the CH2M HILL PM.

4.2.3. BIDDING PHASE


ƒ Preparing and arranging bidding agenda.
ƒ Assisting Bidding Committee in arranging Owner’s Estimate of construction cost.
ƒ Assisting Bidding Committee evaluating bidder in Pre-Qualification.
ƒ Assisting Bidding Committee in bidding announcement through announcement board, print
media and electronic media.
ƒ Assisting in giving explanation about the project in project explanation meeting.
ƒ Assisting in opening and evaluating bidder’s document.
ƒ Assisting in preparing draft of contract for construction work.
ƒ Arranging project report in bidding phase.

4.2.4. CONSTRUCTION PHASE


QC SUBCONTRACTOR is responsible for monitoring Construction Subcontractor’s performance
and ensures that established standards for timelines, quality, and cost are met in accordance with
final approved technical design and specifications.
ƒ Assisting and guiding the Construction Subcontractor in preparing all required work plans,
submittal registers, testing plans for all project work. Providing these for review and comment
to the CH2M HILL PM. Ensuring these plans are properly revised in response to CH2M HILL
comments.
ƒ Assisting and guiding the Construction Subcontractor in preparing final H&S plan, APPs and
AHAs. Providing these review and comment to the CH2M HILL PM. Ensuring these plans are

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properly revised in response to CH2M HILL comments.


ƒ Reviewing all submittals and materials specifications and recommending acceptance or
rejection to CH2M HILL. Ensuring that all required submittals are submitted by the Construction
Subcontractor.
ƒ Coordinating with the Construction Subcontractor during mobilization to the site, assuring that
all required planning, equipment, materials etc. have been appropriately mobilized. Conducting
an Operational Readiness Review with the Subcontractor and CH2M HILL PM to ensure
readiness to begin construction work.
ƒ Organizing and leading a preconstruction meeting for each project, providing a suitable space
for the meeting. Preparing a meeting agenda and distribute to an appropriate parties per
direction from CH2M HILL PM.
ƒ Monitoring the Construction Subcontractor’s progress and progress reporting.

In detail can be described as follows:


ƒ Deciding milestone in project site for Construction Subcontractor in stacking out work.
Checking and consulting to in-house design team and approving the stack made by
Construction Subcontractor.
ƒ Supervising Construction Subcontractor’s implementation work in accordance with the
established specification, quality and timelines in contract work package.
ƒ Adjusting Schedule of construction followed by Construction Subcontractor, supervising,
observing and maintaining that schedule.
ƒ Checking and reviewing Construction Subcontractor’s Work Plans, and controlling the
implementation in accordance with contract.
ƒ Providing necessary guidelines for Construction Subcontractor so the work are done according
to schedule and contract terms.
ƒ Supervising quality of work, supervising and testing the used material and equipment.
ƒ Arranging and determining workshops and supporting facility for each Construction
Subcontractor and supplier regarding material storage, temporary warehouses, temporary
office shed, workers cabin and others with approval from CH2M HILL.
ƒ Held coordination meeting with Construction Subcontractor(s) with consultant presence and
CH2M HILL at least once a week. On that meeting, procedure are explained and project
problem are discussed.
ƒ Observing project cost estimation which progressive updated.
ƒ Checking and approving work progress on site, publishing memo if execution are done
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ƒ Preparing and submitting work changing proposal for getting owner approval, accomodating
CH2M HILL need/wish for work changing and confirming it to construction subcontractor.
ƒ Advising CH2M HILL about the risk occurence and the linkage with contract, and suggesting
solution.
ƒ Evaluating extra cost proposal for extra scope of work or extra timelines submitted by
construction Subcontractor, and recommending it to CH2M HILL.
ƒ Assisting CH2M HILL if dispute happened against Construction Subcontractor by advising and
suggeting.
ƒ Delivering daily, weekly and monthly progress report including necessary photos.
ƒ Inspecting and recommending to accept the construction subcontractor work when the
construction work is finished and approved.
ƒ Delivering report to Dinas Pengawasan Pembangunan Kota (City Developement Council)
according rules and regulation applied.
ƒ Ensuring that construction subcontractor’s health and safety program is applied.
ƒ Ensuring availablity of contract document and original manual and others important document
on site.
ƒ Observing mechanical electrical installations regarding system and operational readiness for
test and start up.
ƒ Placing experts for supervising construction work.
ƒ Checking and judging all claims from contractor and others so CH2M HILL will not suffer loss.

4.2.5. MAINTENANCE PERIOD


ƒ Preparing defect list after Hand Over I of each work package.
ƒ Assisting CH2M HILL in obtaining building usage permit
ƒ Supervising during maintenance period
ƒ Preparing memorandum of Hand over II of each work package.
ƒ Instructing construction subcontractor to make as built drawing, checking and responsible for
the content of the drawing.
ƒ Delivering final report consist of construction chronologic during project lifetime.
ƒ Ensuring execution of training for user technician by Construction Subcontractor before Hand
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III QUALIFICATIONS AND PAST EXPERIENCE


1. COMPANY PROJECT LIST (LAST 5 YEARS)
SCHEDULE
NO. PROJECT TITLE LOCATION YEAR CLIENT ADDRESS CONTRACT NO. CONTRACT VALUE
START FINISH
1 Pre Construction for RABC Building Balikpapan 2002 PT Unocal Indonesia Pasir Ridge, 29302 18-Mar-02 30-Apr-02 230,000,000.00 IDR
Balikpapan

2 Construction Management Engineers RABC Renovation Project Balikpapan 2002 PT Unocal Indonesia Pasir Ridge, BTS/000351-02/CONT 20-May-02 20-Nov-02 1,150,430,000.00IDR
Balikpapan
3 Construction Management Engineers for RABC Building Balikpapan 2003 PT Unocal Indonesia Pasir Ridge, DA/0213-03/EOS 18-Feb-03 20-May-03 354,868,500.00IDR
Balikpapan
4 Consultant Management Service for Renovation of Housing & Apartment Balikpapan 2003 PT Unocal Indonesia Pasir Ridge, DA/0399-03/EOS 16-Apr-03 24-Aug-03 33,000.00USD
at Pasir Ridge Compound Balikpapan
5 Senoro Industrial Dev. Master Plan Luwuk 2002 Bidakara Building, K0101/JOBT/OPS 8-Jul-02 7-Dec-02 106,300.00USD
Jakarta
Job Pertamina Exspan Tomori
6 Sarana-Prasarana Air Bersih (ME&I) Bontang 2002 PT Altra Excis Investama Group Plaza Centris, 333/AXIS/PD/SPK/AB-JKT/IX/02 12-Sep-02 12-Jun-03 6,250,000,000.00IDR
Kuningan, Jakarta
7 Sarana-Prasarana Air Bersih (Civil) Bontang 2002 PT Altra Excis Investama Group Plaza Centris, 332/AXIS/PD/SPK/AB-JKT/IX/02 12-Sep-02 12-Jun-03 8,800,000,000.00IDR
Kuningan, Jakarta
8 Renovation of Federal Chain Factory Jakarta 2002 PT Federal Superior Chain Mnf. Kawasan Industri 05/FSCM-EII/KK/XII/02 13-Dec-02 30-Apr-03 1,210,000,000.00IDR
Puologadung
9 Design and Engineering Muara Tawar Gas Turbines Power Plant Jakarta 2003 PT Balfour Beatty Sakti Muara Tawar, BBSI/20237G/SCA/DESIGN/001 5-May-03 31-Oct-03 2,150,445,545.00IDR
Indonesia Jakarta
10 Study and Design Engineering Bekasap OU Infield Drainage System Sumatera 2004 PT. Caltex Pacific Indonesia Bekasap SPK-LPM/EII-III-01 15-Apr-04
up to
present 344,078.81USD
11 Pembangkit Tenaga Listrik 2 x 6 MVA 2004 PT Bau-Bau Mitra Energi Bau-bau 08/BME-ECN/SP/IV/04 8-Apr-04 7-Jul-04 1,750,000,000.00IDR
Sulawesi
Tenggara
12 MPS for Tuban Aromatic Project Tuban 2004 PT Pertafenikki Engineering Jakarta 002/Tuban Aromatic Pj./2004 5-May-04 31-Jan-06 48,600.00 USD

13 Engineering Study Services For Airport Upgrading Soroako 2004 PT International Nickel Indonesia Soroako C-02468 8-Jul-04 8-Aug-04 25,300.00USD
Tbk
14 Conceptual Analysis Duri Drainage & Canal Improvement Duri-Riau 2004 PT Istech Resources Asia Duri, Riau 01/HO-036/Rev-1/03/05 5-Oct-04 15-Apr-05 88,795.00USD

15 Soil Investigation for Kulin Pipeline Project Sumatera 2004 PT Istech Resources Asia Duri, Riau ECS/IRA-subcon/L-030/011/04 1-Dec-04 15-Jan-05 11,817.00USD
16 Komatsu New Foundry Plant Project Jakarta 2004 PT Komatsu Indonesia Jl. Raya Cakung 002/KOMATSU/KI/XII/04 (PO) Januari 05 Agustus 4,480,000,000.00IDR
Cilincing 003/KOMATSU/KI/XII/04 (WO) 05
17 Waste Management Facility Detail Engineering Design Development Duri-Riau 2004 PT Caltex Pacific Indonesia Duri - Riau 2525 OK Februari Juli 05 1,500,000,000.00IDR
Project 05
18 Masterplan Komatsu Indonesia Jakarta 2005 PT Komatsu Indonesia Jl. Raya Cakung 100/SPK/GA/KI/II/2005 18-Mar-05 175,800,000.00 IDR
Cilincing
19 Perencanaan teknis Pembangunan Perpustakaan Daerah Kota Bontang Bontang 2005 Pemda Kota Bontang JL KH. Achmad 600/64.A/DPU-B/CK/III/2005 1-Mar-05 15-Jul-05 810,482,000.00IDR
dahlan No. 74,
Bontang

20 Study and Engineering Include Survey of Bekasap Infield Drainage Duri-Riau 2005 PT Caltex Pacific Indonesia Bekasap 2505-OK 1-Apr-05 30-Sep-05 410,000.00USD
System (Bekasap Drain 2)
21 Study and Engineering Include Survey of Bekasap Infield Drainage Duri-Riau 2005 PT ENCONA INTI
BekasapINDUSTRI
PT Caltex Pacific Indonesia 2505-OK 1-Apr-05 30-Sep-05 12,912.00USD
System (Bekasap Drain 2), Ammendment-1
22 Study and Engineering Include Survey of Bekasap Infield Drainage Duri-Riau 2005 PT Caltex Pacific Indonesia Bekasap 2505-OK 1-Apr-05 31-Dec-05 45,000.00USD
System (Bekasap Drain 2), Ammendment-2
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23 Engineering and Construction Management Project Duri-Riau 2005 PT Chevron Pacific Indonesia Duri - Riau 3074-OK 1-Aug-05 31-Aug-07 12,299,153.991.30 IDR
24 Engineering, Fabrication and Transport of Temporary Building for Tangguh Jakarta 2005 JGC/PT BRI CONSORTIUM Sentra Mulia Building, RFP-JOC-I-0698-REV.1 24-Aug-05 22-Nov-05 732,930.00USD
LNG Project Jl. HR Rasuna Said
25 BD-1 Building Works for 3.8 MTPA Train Capacity Tangguh LNG Project Papua 2005 JGC/PT BRI CONSORTIUM Sentra Mulia Building, 3400-3140-001 21-Oct-05 7-Nov-06 16,700,000.00USD
Jl. HR Rasuna Said
26 Flexible Program Management Services -FEED for Main Canal & Secondary Duri-Riau 2005 PT Tripatra Engineers & Duri, Riau SA-9415-0009-TF-EII- 12-Oct-05 12-Feb-06 172,680.00USD
Canal 8 Improvement Duri Heavy Oil Constructors 05
27 Flexible Program Management -FEED for NDD New Canal (Ammendment -1) Duri-Riau 2006 PT Tripatra Engineers & Duri, Riau SA-9415-0009-TF-EII- 26-Apr-06 8-Aug-06 62,750.00USD
Constructors 06
28 Flexible Program Management Services -FEED for Geotechnical Investigation Duri-Riau 2006 PT Tripatra Engineers & Duri, Riau SA-9415-0009-TF-EII- 7-May-06 9-Aug-06 78,421.71USD
Services (Ammendment-2) Constructors 05
29 Design Drawing & Development of Scrap Yard , Garbage & Dust Storage, Jakarta 2006 PT Komatsu Indonesia Jakarta 059/SPK/GA/KI/VII/2006 1-Aug-06 31-Dec-06 197,895,000.00IDR
Finishing & Machining Subcontractor, WWT Plant, Mosque, Employee Service
Center and Data Center Building
30 Feasibility Study for Coal Fired Power Plant 2 x 25 MW PT Central Pertiwi Lampung 2006 PT Truba Alam Manunggal Sona Topas Tower 001/TAM-EII/CA/06 6-Nov-06 8-Jan-07 1,536,300,000.00IDR
bahari, Tulang Bawang, Lampung Engineering, Tbk 11th Floor, Jalan
Jend. Sudirman Kav.
26 Jakarta 12920
31 Feasibility Study for Jetty PT Central Pertiwi bahari, Tulang Bawang, Lampung 2006 PT Truba Alam Manunggal Sona Topas Tower 002/TAM-EII/CA/06 13-Nov-06 15-Jan-07 486,000,000.00IDR
Lampung Engineering, Tbk 11th Floor, Jalan
Jend. Sudirman Kav.
26 Jakarta 12920

32 Pekerjaan Penyelidikan Geoteknik Batang Field Proyek SLN WP - 25 Duri-Riau 2006 PT Multi Structure Rukan Taman Meruya 006/MS- 14-Nov-06 23-Jan-07 55,168.45USD
Blok M 72, Meruya EII/WP.25/XI/2006
Utara, Jakarta
33 Jasa Perencanaan dan Supervisi Pekerjaan Pembangnan Gudang Jalan Jakarta 2006 PT Ritra Konnas Freight Center Jalan Raya Cakung - KON- 18-Dec-06 18-Jun-07 250,000,000.00IDR
Raya Cakung -Cilincing Km 5 No. 20, Jakarta 14130 Cilincing Km. 5 No. 20 EII/RKFC/XII/2006/01
Jakarta 14130
34 Pekerjaan Penyelidikan Geoteknik Batang Field Proyek SLN WP - 25 Duri-Riau 2006 PT Multi Structure 006/MS- 14-Nov-06 23-Jan-07 55,168.45USD
EII/WP.25/XI/2006
35 Additional Work for Soil Investigation regarding Feasibility Study for Coal Tulang 2007 PT Truba Alam Manunggal Sona Topas Tower 003/TAM-EII/CA/07 19-Feb-07 19-Apr-07 217,175,000.00IDR
Fired Steam Power Plant 2 x 25 MW PT Central Pertiwi Bahari, Tulang Bawang, Engineering, Tbk 11th Floor, Jalan
Bawang, Lampung Lampung Jend. Sudirman Kav.
26 Jakarta 12920
36 Soil Investigation and Detail Engineering of Duri Canal Improvement Project Duri-Riau 2007 PT Tripatra Engineers & Duri, Riau SA-9415-0113-TF-EII- 16-Feb-07 15-Jun-07 140,067.59USD
Constructors 06
37 Construction Management for TVS Motor Project Karawang 2007 PT TVS Motor Company Karawang 1-Mar-07 30-Sep-07 350,000,000.00IDR
38 Provision of Soil Investigation Works of Jabung Gas Booster Station Project Jambi 2007 MMC Oil & Gas Engineering Sdn Level 22, Menara Asia MMC O&G 16-Apr-07 30-May-07 29,861.25USD
Bhd Life, 189, Jalan Tun (KL)/D&C/LA06/EPCC-
Razak, 50400, Kuala 00/07
Lumpur
39 Pekerjaan Project Management Services Revitalisasi Tambak Dipasena Lampung 2007 PT Manunggal Engineering Sona Topas Tower 001 ME/SPK-VI/2007 8-Jun-07 31-Dec-08 13,800,000,000.00Rp
Lampung 11th Floor, Jalan
Jend. Sudirman Kav.
26 Jakarta 12920
40 Banyuasin 2 x 135 MW Coal Fired Power Plant Project Palembang 2007 PT Manunggal Engineering Sona Topas Tower MOU Jun-07 18,800,000,000.00Rp
11th Floor, Jalan
Jend. Sudirman Kav.
26 Jakarta 12920

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2. TECHNICAL LICENSES AND CERTIFICATES

1. SIUJK (COMPANY LICENSE FOR CONSTRUCTION BUSINESS)

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3. CERTIFICATION AS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY FROM INDONESIAN CONSTRUCTION


ASSOCIATION – HOUSING, INDUSTRIALAND WAREHOUSE BUILDING, NON HOUSING
BUILDING INCLUDING MAINTENANCE

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4. CERTIFICATION AS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY FROM INDONESIAN CONSTRUCTION


ASSOCIATION – ROAD, DRAINAGE, PORT AND PIER, WATER SUPPLY INCLUDING
MAINTENANCE WORKS

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5. CERTIFICATION AS ENGINEERING CONSULTANT FROM NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF


INDONESIAN CONSULTANTS

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ASSOCIATION – ELECTRICAL WORKS (LARGE SCALE CLASS)

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ASSOCIATION – CIVIL WORKS (LARGE SCALE CLASS)

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ASSOCIATION – ARCHITECTURAL WORKS (LARGE SCALE CLASS)

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Quality Control Support and Inspections for
Humanitarian Projects in Indonesia
POD IDIQ Contract # W912UM-07-D-0004

COMMERCIAL PROPOSAL
Schedule of Values - Quality Control Support and Inspections For HA Projects - Indonesia

Price
Item # Project Scope Item Est QTY UOM
US$
CENTRAL JAVA
Sambak Primary School
1 Presolicitation and Solicitation Support Services 1 LS 5,860.30
2 Design Phase Services 1 LS 28,721.11
3 Construction Phase Services 1 LS 79,790.52
Subtotal 114,371.93
Bengking Primary School
4 Presolicitation and Solicitation Support Services 1 LS 5,860.30
5 Design Phase Services 1 LS 27,745.51
6 Construction Phase Services 1 LS 79,790.52
Subtotal 113,396.33
Sutopati Primary School
7 Presolicitation and Solicitation Support Services 1 LS 5,860.30
8 Design Phase Services 1 LS 29,648.03
9 Construction Phase Services 1 LS 79,790.52
Subtotal 115,298.85
Menorah Primary School
10 Presolicitation and Solicitation Support Services 1 LS 5,860.30
11 Design Phase Services 1 LS 27,745.51
12 Construction Phase Services 1 LS 79,790.52
Subtotal 113,396.33
Salaman II Primary School
13 Presolicitation and Solicitation Support Services 1 LS 5,860.30
14 Design Phase Services 1 LS 27,745.51
15 Construction Phase Services 1 LS 79,790.52
Subtotal 113,396.33
Bayat Jr. High School
16 Presolicitation and Solicitation Support Services 1 LS 5,860.30
17 Design Phase Services 1 LS 31,515.16
18 Construction Phase Services 1 LS 79,790.52
Subtotal 117,165.98
Kwarasan Primary School
19 Presolicitation and Solicitation Support Services 1 LS 5,860.30
20 Design Phase Services 1 LS 27,258.29
21 Construction Phase Services 1 LS 79,790.52
Subtotal 112,909.11

SULAWESI
Batulubang School #1
22 Presolicitation and Solicitation Support Services 1 LS 8,097.62
23 Design Phase Services 1 LS 37,770.57
24 Construction Phase Services 1 LS 111,996.35
Subtotal 157,864.54
Batulubang School #2
25 Presolicitation and Solicitation Support Services 1 LS 8,097.62
26 Design Phase Services 1 LS 37,502.87
27 Construction Phase Services 1 LS 111,996.35
Subtotal 157,596.84
Paudean School
28 Presolicitation and Solicitation Support Services 1 LS 8,097.62
29 Design Phase Services 1 LS 36,527.27
30 Construction Phase Services 1 LS 111,996.35
Subtotal 156,621.24
Pantenusu Primary School
31 Presolicitation and Solicitation Support Services 1 LS 8,097.62
32 Design Phase Services 1 LS 36,704.57
33 Construction Phase Services 1 LS 111,996.35
Subtotal 156,798.54
Price
Item # Project Scope Item Est QTY UOM
US$
Pamurutan Pier and Well
34 Presolicitation and Solicitation Support Services 1 LS 8,097.62
35 Design Phase Services 1 LS 36,527.27
36 Construction Phase Services 1 LS 111,996.35
Subtotal 156,621.24
Lirang Primary School
37 Presolicitation and Solicitation Support Services 1 LS 8,097.62
38 Design Phase Services 1 LS 37,822.19
39 Construction Phase Services 1 LS 111,996.35
Subtotal 157,916.16

Total Price (US $) 1,743,353.42

Offeror certifies that the price(s) specified above represents its full bid amount to complete the work proposed.
These prices are valid for 270 days (not less than 270 days). All bids must be in US dollars

The Total Amount will be adjusted using bid prices listed for items selected by CH2M HILL.
Each Item shall include all labor, materials, and equipment to complete the required scope
whether specifically shown in the item description or in the SOW.

Signature:

Printed Name: HARYONO YB.

Title: President Director of PT.ENCONA INTI INDUSTRI

Date: October 26th 2007

Phone: 021 5276710, 5276711, 5276712

Measurement and Payment

Costs for on-site project oversight, day-to-day project management, materials required but not specifically identified herein, and
all required travel and per diem are to be included in the cost for various bid items. Cumulatively, the sum of all bid items are to
include the total cost to perform all work identified in the SOW, drawings, and specifications.
PROJECT COST ESTIMATE
CLIENT : CH2M HILL
JOB TITLE : QC SUB CONTRACTOR
LOCATION : CENTRAL JAVA

1. DIRECT COST
( REMUNERATION)
MONTH SUB TOTAL (Rp)
UNIT PRICE
NO DESCRIPTION QUANTITY IMPLEMENT
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 US$ PS+S DESIGN ™
ATION
A. EXPERTISE
1 PROJECT MANAGER 1 x 14.75 M/M 0.5 0.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.25 0.25 0.25 3,357.40 3,357.40 10,072.21 36,092.08 49,521.69
2 PROJECT CONTROL MANAGER 1 x 14.75 M/M 0.5 0.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.25 0.25 0.25 2,316.60 2,316.60 6,949.80 24,903.45 34,169.85
3 PROJECT CONTROL STAFF 1 x 15.00 M/M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.5 0.5 1,930.50 0.00 5,791.50 23,166.00 28,957.50
4 HES MANAGER 1 x 9.50 M/M 0.5 0.5 0.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2,518.03 2,518.03 0.00 21,403.30 23,921.33
5 HES INSPECTOR 1 x 8.50 M/M 0.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,930.50 0.00 0.00 16,409.25 16,409.25
6 CONSTRUCTION MANAGER/SSI COORDINATOR 1 x 9.25 M/M 0.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.25 0.25 0.25 2,316.60 0.00 0.00 21,428.55 21,428.55
7 SITE SUPERINTENDENT 7 x 9.25 M/M 0.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.25 0.25 0.25 1,930.50 0.00 0.00 124,999.88 124,999.88
8 ARCHITECT 1 x 4.40 M/M 0.5 1 1 1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 2,014.45 1,007.22 6,043.34 1,813.00 8,863.56
9 CIVIL/STRUCTURAL ENGINEER 1 x 4.40 M/M 0.5 1 1 1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 2,014.45 1,007.22 6,043.34 1,813.00 8,863.56
10 GEODETIC ENGINEER 1 x 1.50 M/M 0.5 1 2,014.45 1,007.22 2,014.45 0.00 3,021.67
11 MEKANIKAL ENGINEER 1 x 3.40 M/M 0.5 1 1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 2,014.45 1,007.22 4,028.90 1,813.00 6,849.12
12 ELEKTRIKAL ENGINEER 1 x 3.40 M/M 0.5 1 1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 2,014.45 1,007.22 4,028.90 1,813.00 6,849.12

B. ASSISTANT ENGINEER
1 ASSISTANT ARCHITECT ENG. 1 x 3.00 M/M 1 1 1 1,510.82 0.00 4,532.46 0.00 4,532.46
2 ASSISTANT STRUCTURAL ENG. 1 x 3.00 M/M 1 1 1 1,510.82 0.00 4,532.46 0.00 4,532.46
3 ASSISTANT CIVIL ENGINEER 1 x 3.00 M/M 1 1 1 1,510.82 0.00 4,532.46 0.00 4,532.46
4 ASSISTANT MECHANICAL ENG. 1 x 3.00 M/M 1 1 1 1,510.82 0.00 4,532.46 0.00 4,532.46
5 ASSISTANT ELEKTRIKAL ENGINEER 1 x 3.00 M/M 1 1 1 1,510.82 0.00 4,532.46 0.00 4,532.46
6 SURVEYOR ENGINEER 1 x 1.50 M/M 0.5 1 1,510.82 755.41 1,510.82 0.00 2,266.23
7 COST ESTIMATOR 1 x 2.30 M/M 0.5 1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 1,510.82 755.41 1,510.82 1,208.66 3,474.89
0.00
C SUPPORTING STAFF 0.00
1 SECRETARY 1 x 14.75 M/M 0.5 0.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.25 0.25 0.25 772.20 772.20 2,316.60 8,301.15 11,389.95
2 ADMINISTRATION STAFF 1 x 14.75 M/M 0.5 0.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.25 0.25 0.25 503.60 503.60 1,510.79 5,413.67 7,428.06
3 COMPUTER OPERATOR 1 x 14.75 M/M 0.5 0.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.25 0.25 0.25 503.60 503.60 1,510.79 5,413.67 7,428.06
4 CAD OPERATOR / DRAFTER 3 x 3.00 M/M 1 1 1 755.41 0.00 6,798.69 0.00 6,798.69
5 DRIVER 1 x 12.00 M/M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 503.60 0.00 0.00 6,043.16 6,043.16
6 SECURITY OFFICER 1 x 12.00 M/M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 503.60 0.00 0.00 6,043.16 6,043.16
7 OFFICE BOY / MESSENGER 1 x 12.00 M/M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 503.60 0.00 0.00 6,043.16 6,043.16

SUB TOTAL 16,518.35 82,793.25 314,121.14 413,432.74


2. UNDIRECT COST

MONTH SUB TOTAL (Rp)


UNIT PRICE
NO DESCRIPTION QUANTITY IMPLEMENT
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 US$ PS+S DESIGN ™
ATION
A. OFFICE RUNNING COST
1 OFFICE SPACE RENT 1 x 18 Unit/M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5,791.50 11,583.00 17,374.50 75,289.50 104,247.00
2 OFFICE SUPPLIES 1 x 18 Unit/M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,774.08 3,548.16 5,322.24 23,063.04 31,933.44
3 EQUIPMENT
- Personal Computer/Laptop RENT 1 x 149 Unit/M 4 4 8 8 8 8 8 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 7 7 7 125.68 1,005.44 3,016.32 14,704.56 18,726.32
- Plotter RENT 1 x 2 Unit/M 0.5 0.5 1 147.84 0.00 295.68 0.00 295.68
- Printer RENT 1 x 18 Unit/M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 125.68 251.36 377.04 1,633.84 2,262.24
- Digital camera 1 x 82 Unit/M 1 1 1 2 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 29.57 29.57 59.14 2,336.03 2,424.74
- Scanner 1 x 2 Unit/M 1 0.5 0.5 29.57 0.00 59.14 0.00 59.14
4 ELECTRICITY, COMMUNICATION, FACS & WATER 1 x 18 Month 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,774.08 3,548.16 5,322.24 23,063.04 31,933.44
B. LAND DATA COLLECTION
1 SATELLITE IMAGE
2 AERIAL PHOTO
C. LOCAL TRANSPORTATION
1 CAR RENT 1 x 9 Unit/M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,853.28 0.00 0.00 16,679.52 16,679.52
2 MOTOR BIKE RENT 1 x 63 Unit/M 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 270.28 0.00 0.00 17,027.64 17,027.64
3 MOTOR OIL / FUEL 15 x 270 ltr 1.11 4,495.50 4,495.50
D. SURVEY RUNNING COST
D.1 ZONE CENTRAL JAVA (7 LOCATION)
a. JAKARTA - JOGYAKARTA 4 x 1 M/Trips 369.60 1,478.40 1,478.40
b. LOCAL TRANSPORTATION 14 x 1 Days 147.84 2,069.76 2,069.76
c. ACCOMMODATION 4 x 12 Days 160.70 7,713.39 7,713.39
D.2 MISCELLANEOUS
b. TOPOGRAPHIC 14 x 1 Days 80.37 1,125.15 1,125.15
c. SOIL INVESTIGATION
1 Sambak 1 x 1 ls 4,017.38 4,017.38 4,017.38
2 Benking 1 x 1 ls 4,017.38 4,017.38 4,017.38
3 Sutopati 1 x 1 ls 4,017.38 4,017.38 4,017.38
4 Menorah 1 x 1 ls 4,017.38 4,017.38 4,017.38
5 Salaman 1 x 1 ls 4,017.38 4,017.38 4,017.38
6 Bayat 1 x 1 ls 4,017.38 4,017.38 4,017.38
7 Kwarasan 1 x 1 ls
e. GPS RENT 1 x 14 Days 32.14 449.95 449.95
f. THEODOLITE & WATER PASS RENT 1 x 14 Days 56.23 787.27 787.27
g. Building Permits
1 Sambak 0.09 x 2000 sqm 17.74 3,193.20 3,193.20
2 Benking 1 1 ls 2,217.60 2,217.60 2,217.60
3 Sutopati 0.09 x 2500 sqm 17.74 4,120.12 4,120.12
4 Menorah 1 1 ls 2,217.60 2,217.60 2,217.60
5 Salaman 1 1 ls 2,217.60 2,217.60 2,217.60
6 Bayat 0.09 x 3750 sqm 17.74 5,987.25 5,987.25
7 Kwarasan 0.09 x 3600 sqm 17.74 5,747.76 5,747.76
E SITE VISIT
a. JAKARTA - JOGYAKARTA 1 x 89 M/Trips 2 2 2 2 2 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 3 3 3 369.60 1,478.40 2,217.60 29,198.40 32,894.40
b. ACCOMMODATION 1 x 178 Days 4 4 4 4 4 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 6 6 6 160.70 1,285.57 1,928.35 25,389.91 28,603.83
F REPORT & DOCUMENTATION
1 BUILDING PERMIT DOCUMENT 1 x 7 7 369.60 0.00 2,587.20 0.00 2,587.20
2 TENDER DOCUMENT 1 x 35 35 369.60 0.00 12,936.00 0.00 12,936.00
3 REPORT 1 x 18 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 295.68 591.36 887.04 3,843.84 5,322.24
4 DRAWING DOCUMENTATION 1 x 18 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 295.68 591.36 887.04 3,843.84 5,322.24
5 DOCUMENTATIONS 1 x 18 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 295.68 591.36 887.04 3,843.84 5,322.24

SUB TOTAL 24,503.74 117,585.90 244,412.50 386,502.14


PROJECT COST ESTIMATE
CLIENT : CH2M HILL
JOB TITLE : QC SUB CONTRACTOR
LOCATION : SULAWESI

1. DIRECT COST
( REMUNERATION)
MONTH SUB TOTAL (Rp)
UNIT PRICE
NO DESCRIPTION QUANTITY IMPLEMENT
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 US$ PS+S DESIGN ™
ATION
A. EXPERTISE
1 PROJECT MANAGER 1 x 14.75 M/M 0.5 0.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.25 0.25 0.25 3,357.40 3,357.40 10,072.21 36,092.08 49,521.69
2 PROJECT CONTROL MANAGER 1 x 14.75 M/M 0.5 0.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.25 0.25 0.25 2,316.60 2,316.60 6,949.80 24,903.45 34,169.85
3 PROJECT CONTROL STAFF 1 x 15 M/M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.5 0.5 1,930.50 0.00 5,791.50 23,166.00 28,957.50
4 HES MANAGER 1 x 9.5 M/M 0.5 0.5 0.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2,518.03 2,518.03 0.00 21,403.30 23,921.33
5 HES INSPECTOR 1 x 8.5 M/M 0.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,930.50 0.00 0.00 16,409.25 16,409.25
6 CONSTRUCTION MANAGER/SSI COORDINATOR 1 x 9.25 M/M 0.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.25 0.25 0.25 2,316.60 0.00 0.00 21,428.55 21,428.55
7 SITE SUPERINTENDENT 6 x 9.25 M/M 0.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.25 0.25 0.25 1,930.50 0.00 0.00 107,142.75 107,142.75
8 ARCHITECT 1 x 4.4 M/M 0.5 1 1 1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 2,014.45 1,007.22 6,043.34 1,813.00 8,863.56
9 CIVIL/STRUCTURAL ENGINEER 1 x 4.4 M/M 0.5 1 1 1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 2,014.45 1,007.22 6,043.34 1,813.00 8,863.56
10 GEODETIC ENGINEER 1 x 1.5 M/M 0.5 1 2,014.45 1,007.22 2,014.45 0.00 3,021.67
11 MEKANIKAL ENGINEER 1 x 3.4 M/M 0.5 1 1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 2,014.45 1,007.22 4,028.90 1,813.00 6,849.12
12 ELEKTRIKAL ENGINEER 1 x 3.4 M/M 0.5 1 1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 2,014.45 1,007.22 4,028.90 1,813.00 6,849.12
13 CIVIL/OFFSHORE ENGINEER 1 x 4.4 M/M 0.5 1 1 1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 2,014.45 1,007.22 6,043.34 1,813.00 8,863.56

B. ASSISTANT ENGINEER
1 ASSISTANT ARCHITECT ENG. 1 x 3 M/M 1 1 1 1,510.82 0.00 4,532.46 0.00 4,532.46
2 ASSISTANT STRUCTURAL ENG. 1 x 3 M/M 1 1 1 1,510.82 0.00 4,532.46 0.00 4,532.46
3 ASSISTANT CIVIL ENGINEER 1 x 3 M/M 1 1 1 1,510.82 0.00 4,532.46 0.00 4,532.46
4 ASSISTANT MECHANICAL ENG. 1 x 3 M/M 1 1 1 1,510.82 0.00 4,532.46 0.00 4,532.46
5 ASSISTANT ELEKTRIKAL ENGINEER 1 x 3 M/M 1 1 1 1,510.82 0.00 4,532.46 0.00 4,532.46
6 ASSISTANT CIVIL/OFFSHORE ENGINEER 1 x 3 M/M 1 1 1 1,510.82 0.00 4,532.46 0.00 4,532.46
7 SURVEYOR ENGINEER 1 x 1.5 M/M 0.5 1 1,510.82 755.41 1,510.82 0.00 2,266.23
8 COST ESTIMATOR 1 x 2.3 M/M 0.5 1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 1,510.82 755.41 1,510.82 1,208.66 3,474.89

C SUPPORTING STAFF
1 SECRETARY 1 x 14.75 M/M 0.5 0.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.25 0.25 0.25 772.20 772.20 2,316.60 8,301.15 11,389.95
2 ADMINISTRATION STAFF 1 x 14.75 M/M 0.5 0.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.25 0.25 0.25 503.60 503.60 1,510.79 5,413.67 7,428.06
3 COMPUTER OPERATOR 1 x 14.75 M/M 0.5 0.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.25 0.25 0.25 503.60 503.60 1,510.79 5,413.67 7,428.06
4 CAD OPERATOR / DRAFTER 3 x 3 M/M 1 1 1 755.41 0.00 6,798.69 0.00 6,798.69
5 DRIVER 1 x 12 M/M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 503.60 0.00 0.00 6,043.16 6,043.16
6 SECURITY OFFICER 1 x 12 M/M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 503.60 0.00 0.00 6,043.16 6,043.16
7 OFFICE BOY / MESSENGER 1 x 12 M/M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 503.60 0.00 0.00 6,043.16 6,043.16

SUB TOTAL 17,525.57 93,369.05 298,077.01 408,971.63


2. UNDIRECT COST

MONTH SUB TOTAL (Rp)


UNIT PRICE
NO DESCRIPTION QUANTITY IMPLEMENT
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 US$ PS+S DESIGN ™
ATION
A. OFFICE RUNNING COST
1 OFFICE SPACE RENT 1 x 18 Unit/M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5,791.50 11,583.00 17,374.50 75,289.50 104,247.00
2 OFFICE SUPPLIES 1 x 18 Unit/M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,774.08 3,548.16 5,322.24 23,063.04 31,933.44
3 EQUIPMENT
- Personal Computer/Laptop RENT 1 x 149 Unit/M 4 4 8 8 8 8 8 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 7 7 7 125.68 1,005.44 3,016.32 14,704.56 18,726.32
- Plotter RENT 1 x 2 Unit/M 0.5 0.5 1 147.84 0.00 295.68 0.00 295.68
- Printer RENT 1 x 18 Unit/M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 125.68 251.36 377.04 1,633.84 2,262.24
- Digital camera 1 x 82 Unit/M 1 1 1 2 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 29.57 29.57 59.14 2,336.03 2,424.74
- Scanner 1 x 2 Unit/M 1 0.5 0.5 29.57 0.00 59.14 0.00 59.14
4 ELECTRICITY, COMMUNICATION, FACS & WATER 1 x 18 Month 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,774.08 3,548.16 5,322.24 23,063.04 31,933.44
B. LAND DATA COLLECTION
1 SATELLITE IMAGE
2 AERIAL PHOTO
C. LOCAL TRANSPORTATION
1 CAR RENT 1 x 9 Unit/M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,853.28 0.00 0.00 16,679.52 16,679.52
2 MOTOR BIKE RENT 1 x 63 Unit/M 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 270.28 0.00 0.00 17,027.64 17,027.64
3 MOTOR OIL / FUEL 15 x 270 ltr 1.11 4,495.50 4,495.50
D. SURVEY RUNNING COST
D.1 ZONE SULAWESI (6 LOCATION)
a. JAKARTA - MANADO 4 x 1 M/Trips 739.20 2,956.80 2,956.80
b. LOCAL TRANSPORTATION 4 x 1 M/Trips 1,108.80 4,435.20 4,435.20
c. ACCOMMODATION 4 x 12 Days 241.04 11,570.09 11,570.09
D.2 MISCELLANEOUS
b. TOPOGRAPHIC 14 x 1 Days 120.52 1,687.30 1,687.30
c. SOIL INVESTIGATION
1 Batulubang School 1 1 x 1 ls 4,435.20 4,435.20 4,435.20
2 Batulubang School 2 1 x 1 ls 4,435.20 4,435.20 4,435.20
3 Paudean School 1 x 1 ls 4,435.20 4,435.20 4,435.20
4 Pantenusu 1 x 1 ls 4,435.20 4,435.20 4,435.20
5 Pamurutan Pier & Well 1 x 1 ls 4,435.20 4,435.20 4,435.20
6 Lirang Primary School 1 x 1 ls 4,435.20 4,435.20 4,435.20
e. GPS RENT 1 x 14 Days 32.14 449.95 449.95
f. THEODOLITE & WATER PASS RENT 1 x 14 Days 56.23 787.27 787.27
g. Building Permits
1 Batulubang School 1 0.09 x 2100 sqm 17.74 3,460.90 3,460.90
2 Batulubang School 2 0.09 x 2000 sqm 17.74 3,193.20 3,193.20
3 Paudean School 1 1 ls 2,217.60 2,217.60 2,217.60
4 Pantenusu 0.09 x 1500 sqm 17.74 2,394.90 2,394.90
5 Pamurutan Pier & Well 1 x 1 ls 2,217.60 2,217.60 2,217.60
6 Lirang Primary School 0.09 x 2200 sqm 17.74 3,512.52 3,512.52
E SITE VISIT
a. JAKARTA - MANADO 1 x 89 M/Trips 2 2 2 2 2 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 3 3 3 739.20 2,956.80 4,435.20 58,396.80 65,788.80
b. LOCAL TRANSPORTATION 1 x 89 M/Trips 2 2 2 2 2 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 3 3 3 1,108.80 4,435.20 6,652.80 87,595.20 98,683.20
c. ACCOMMODATION 1 x 178 Days 4 4 4 4 4 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 6 6 6 241.04 1,928.35 2,892.52 38,084.87 42,905.74
F REPORT & DOCUMENTATION
1 BUILDING PERMIT DOCUMENT 1 x 7 7 369.60 0.00 2,587.20 0.00 2,587.20
2 TENDER DOCUMENT 1 x 35 35 369.60 0.00 12,936.00 0.00 12,936.00
3 REPORT 1 x 18 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 295.68 591.36 887.04 3,843.84 5,322.24
4 DRAWING DOCUMENTATION 1 x 18 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 295.68 591.36 887.04 3,843.84 5,322.24
5 DOCUMENTATIONS 1 x 18 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 295.68 591.36 887.04 3,843.84 5,322.24

SUB TOTAL 31,060.12 129,485.67 373,901.06 534,446.85