SOP - Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited

SOP - Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited
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Enclosure -1
MAZAGON DOCK SHIPBUILDERS LTD
INTEGRATED FACILITY MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Standard Operating Procedure (SOP)
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GROOMING
HOUSEKEEPING ATTENDANT (MALE)
HOUSEKEEPING ATTENDANT (FEMALE)
SHORT HAIR CUT
CLEAN SHAVE
CLEAN & PRESSED UNIFORM
NEAT & ODOURLESS SOCKS
POLISHED SHOES
NO
FASHIONABLE
STICKS & BANGLES
TRIMMED NAILS
TRIMMED NAILS
TRIMMED MOUSTACHE
CLEAN & PRESSED UNIFORM
NEATELY COMBED HAIR &
TIED WITH HAIR NET
VERY SMALL BINDI
EAR RINGS
LIP-
BLACK CANVAS SHOES
IMPORTANCE OF PUNCTUALITY: Successful time management relies on understanding the importance of
punctuality. Being on time for duty as well as meeting work deadlines will help prepare for making the work place
effective.
IMPORTANCE OF PERSONAL HYGIENE AND MANNERISMS: Personal Hygiene, as the name clearly
denotes, is the FIRST AND FOREMOST for ONES’ PERSONNEL SAFETY. It is to keep ourselves away from bacterial
infection. A dirty body is a hotbed for developing germs. Dust, sweat and other secretions, and warmth are all factors
which encourage germs to multiply. A shower or both with effective cleansing products should therefore follow any
physical activity.
As these factors contribute to body odor. A daily shower is therefore a must for everyone. Oral hygiene is also of
prime importance as we are in an industry wherein we have to interact verbally with people around us. Not taking proper
mouth care leads to bad breath.
Manners and etiquette have always been important in gauging the professionalism of a person. Importance of using right
language, suiting the company atmosphere and usage of right body language is of paramount importance.
BASIC ETIQUETTE
Greetings: Good Morning (12am-12pm)/ Good Afternoon (12pm-04pm) Good Evening (04pm-12am)/
Good Night (whenever a person takes your leave after 4pm till 12am).
How to address a Gentleman/Lady: Sir/ma’am.
When a service is requested: Agree to do the job with smile.
When you want to pass by a person: Say Excuse me Sir/Ma’am.
When someone is asking you: Always be a good listener, speak up words politely, make eye-to-eye
contact, have confidence & courage.
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How to enter into an officer’s cabin: Knock the door and say, “May I come in Sir/Ma’am.
Introduction – Introduce yourself as “I am from Housekeeping, Sir/Madam.”
BODY LANGUAGE
Stand erect with hands at the back while standing in briefing and talking to all the seniors.
Expression should be friendly, pleasant and natural.
Always WEAR a SMILE on your face.
Eagerness to help others
LISTEN carefully.
Walk with CONFIDENCE.
Immediate attention to the customer is a form of respect to which he is entitled. It shows your concern
and interest for them.
MOP SWEEPING
Dry Mopping
Equipment:
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Warning Signs
Mop Sweeper (Dry Mop)
Vacuum Cleaner
Dust Pan and Brush
Scraper
Garbage Bag
Wheeled trolley
Method:
For dry floor only:
1.
Put on your protective equipment (gloves)
2.
Place warning signs
3.
Ventilate the area properly
4.
Collect all littered pieces of garbage with the help of dust pan and brush
5.
Remove any chewing gum/dirt/stains with scraper
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6.
Sweep the corners first
7.
Sweep using a continuous stroke (straight or figure 8), overlapping passes. Ensure mop head is in
contact with floor at all times and a leading edge is maintained. Sweep under heavy furniture’s, move lighter
furniture and replace
8.
When sweeping large areas, collect dirt with dust pan several times
9.
Cover all areas systematically
10.
When finished, remove soil from the floor with dust pan and brush and clean mop sweeper with hand
brush or vacuum cleaner
11.
Collect the garbage in garbage bags. Clean equipment, remove the warning sign and close ventilation
appropriately.
SINGLE SOLUTION MOPPING
Wet Mopping
Equipment:
Personal Protective Equipment
Warning signs
Any single solution mopping (i.e. bucket, wringer and mop)
Cleaning agent (Diversy /Ecolab diluted in proper proportion)
Abrasive pad
Method:
1.
Put on your protective equipment.
2.
Assemble equipment.
3.
Place warning signs.
4.
Ventilate the area appropriately.
5.
Prepare cleaning solution according to manufacturer’s instructions, adding detergent to water.
6.
Apply solution to an area of floor using the mop.
7.
Mop the corners first and then mop the center area using figure ‘8’ stroke with each pass overlapping.
8.
Use abrasive pad to remove stubborn marks.
9.
Ensure wringer/bucket is behind line of work.
10.
When wringing out mop, stand in front of wringer and press down firmly.
11.
Change cleaning solution when dirty.
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12.
Drain the dirty water in WC and flush, dry the wringer/bucket.
13.
Remove warning sign when the floor has completely dried.
14.
Always wash the mop and store it head up, so that it can dry.
OFFICE CLEANING including Cabin, Modular Furniture etc.
Equipment:
Office Caddy Basket
Duster
Glass duster
Spray bottle with R2/HSC
Garbage bag
Method:
1. Pull chairs behind to ensure free movement while cleaning
2. Dust monitor, CPU, telephone, keyboard/tray and mouse with duster
3. Dust side station head, workstation table, pedestal, chair/legs with duster and R2
4. Clean telephone instrument and check the receiver cord (uncurled)
5. Replace chair in designated place
NOTE:
One person clears dustbins before cleaning the workstations
Bottles of water are placed after cleaning the workstations
CANTEEN TABLES, FLOORING CLEANING
NOTE: Only before and after the eating hours. During eating hours, Canteen Staff / Canteen Sub-Contractor staff will
clear and clean the tables.
Equipment:
Personal Protective Equipment (Disposable gloves)
One Caddy Basket
Applicator with Squeeze
One Squeeze for clearing crumbs
One plain colored Duster for wiping the corners of the Table
Walk behind Mopping & Scrubber Machine
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Spray bottle with diluted sanitizing agent
One Plastic (white) Liner inside caddy basket for collecting waste
Method:
1.
Put on your protective equipment (disposable gloves)
2.
Arrange the caddy basket with the applicator with squeeze, table squeeze, dusters and spray bottle with
diluted sanitizing agent.
3.
Remove the chairs away from the table so that cleaning becomes easy
4.
Clear the table (i.e. remove any used glasses, plates etc.)
5.
Clear the crumbs with the help of table squeeze into the caddy basket (where the plastic liner has been
placed) and spray the cleaning agent.
6.
Use the applicator to apply the cleaning agent on the table evenly, starting from the corners first and
moving towards inside of the table.
7.
With the help of squeeze, remove the cleaning agent (in a zigzag or horizontal method)
8.
While using the horizontal method, wipe the squeeze after every use
9.
Wipe only the corner and border of the table with the plain colored duster
10.
Cleaning / scrubbing/ mopping of canteen flooring, cleaning under dining table, chairs etc. using Walk
behind scrubbing / mopping machine wherever possible.
11.
Cleaning /scrubbing/ mopping of canteen kitchen, washbasin, wash-places etc.
GLASS CLEANING
Equipment:
Personal Protective Equipment
Warning signs
Extension poles, or step ladder, telescopic rods with accessories.
Applicator
Squeeze
Glass Cloth, Sponge
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Bucket of cleaning agent
Plastic sheets / Floor dusters for covering any carpet area
Glass Scraper, or non-abrasive pad
Plastic sheets or dust covers to protect surfaces if cleaning interior glass
Method:
1.
Put on your protective equipment
2.
Place warning signs
3.
Ventilate the area, as appropriate
4.
Remove furniture or cover with dust covers if cleaning from inside
5.
Prepare cleaning solutions as per manufacturer’s instructions
6.
Apply the cleaning agent with the help of applicator starting from top to bottom in a zigzag fashion
7.
Use the glass scraper to remove any stains or glue mark on it
8.
Use the squeeze from top corner to the bottom from the sides and then in a zigzag fashion clear the
centre of the glass.
9.
Do not remove or lift the squeeze while drying the glass as it will leave the water marks
10.
Use the squeeze in horizontal way from side to side (left to right) if it is a small window glass, by wiping
the squeeze blade after every use.
11.
Wipe bottom edge of the pane with the dry glass cloth
12.
On completion, clean equipment and leave the applicator to dry
13.
Close the ventilation and return the furniture to its position
14.
Remove the warning signs
WALL DUSTING
Equipment:
Personal Protective Equipment
Warning Signs
Non-abrasive Pad (or a sponge)
White cloth (for applying cleaning agent)
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Wiping cloth white
Plastic sheets or dust covers to protect surfaces
Telescopic rods with accessories.
Method:
1.
Put on your protective equipment
2.
Place warning signs
3.
Ventilate the area, if appropriate
4.
Remove furniture or cover with dust covers
5.
Apply the cleaning agent with the white cloth on stains on walls.
6.
Take the non-abrasive pad (or sponge) and clean the stains on walls.
7.
Then wipe / remove the dust from the wall.
BOARD ROOM, CONFERENCE, MEETING ROOM, TRAINING ROOM CLEANING
Equipment:
Personal Protective Equipment
Warning Signs
Office Caddy Basket
Spray Bottle with diluted cleaning agent (R2 or hsc)
Duster
Glass Cloth
Scotch Bright
Mug with diluted R2 or HSC
Dust Pan and Carpet Brush
Garbage bag
Vacuum Machine
Air Freshener
Method:
1.
Put on your protective equipment
2.
Enter inside and hang the door knob card (cleaning in progress) outside the main door handle
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3.
Switch on all the lights and ventilate the area
4.
Remove the chairs away from the table so that cleaning becomes easy
5.
Clean the electronic equipment on the table (i.e. telephone, computer etc.) with the help of duster
6.
Clean the table top without disturbing the papers, files etc. placed on top of it and also ensure that the
legs of the table are cleaned properly
7.
Dust the seat and backrest of the chair and wipe the armrest and the legs of the chair with the check
duster and R2
8.
Clean only the unused area of the white board with the help of duster and R2, starting from the frame
and corners of the board (if any instructions given then only the written matter has to be cleared)
9.
Clean all the fixtures, door, door knobs, skirting and switch sockets
10.
Dust and clean the windows with the help of glass cloth
11.
Pick up all the garbage such as crumpled papers, etc. from the carpet with the help of the carpet brush
and dust pan and put it in the garbage bag in the caddy basket
12.
Collect all the soiled garbage bags from the dustbins
13.
Line all the dustbins with fresh garbage bags
14.
Clean the carpet with the help of vacuum machine and carpet cleaning machine.
15.
Arrange all chairs back to their position and spray the air freshener
16.
Switch off all the lights, close all ventilation and remove the sign board from the door knob while
closing the door.
RECEPTION, LOBBY AREA CLEANING
Equipment:
Personal Protective Equipment
Warning Signs
Check Duster
Glass Cloth
Spray bottle with diluted cleaning agent (R2 or HSC) and D7 (steel polish)
Mug with diluted R2 or HSC
Dust Pan with handle and T Brush, Garbage Bag
Vacuum Machine
Air Freshener
Feather Brush
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Dry Mop
Wet Mop with wringer trolley
Method:
1.
Put on your protective equipment
2.
Place warning signs
3.
Thoroughly sweep and tidy entrance steps
4.
Damp wipe all door furniture
5.
Clean all entrance glazing inside and out
6.
Empty wall mounted ashtrays if supplied
7.
Wash down entrance steps
8.
Thoroughly sweep (with dry mop) and mop the hard floor areas
9.
Thoroughly vacuum all carpeted areas
10.
Dust and spray polish reception desks, tables and chairs
11.
Empty waste bins, reline and dispose of waste at designated collection points
12.
Clean all vision panels, mirrors and internal glazing
13.
Clean and polish all steel fittings and door furniture with the appropriate solution, leave smear free
14.
Flick dust / damp wipe all skirting, remove dust build up from window skills, extinguishers, door
frames, window ledges, shelving, light switches etc.
15.
Spot clean on carpets
16.
Damp wipe telephones using duster.
17.
Remove all warning signs when you have finished cleaning
18.
Clean and dry all equipment and put them back in the storage area
CLEANING OF CORRIDORS, STAIRCASES AND LIFT LANDINGS
Equipment:
Personal Protective Equipment
Warning Signs
Dry Mop
Wet Mop
Dust Pan with Handle and T Brush
Glass Cloth
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Check Duster
Spray bottle with diluted Cleaning agent R2 ,D7 (steel polish)
Mug with diluted Cleaning agent
Garbage Bag
Vacuum Machine
Air Freshener
Feather Brush
Method:
1.
Put on your protective equipment
2.
Place warning signs
3.
Thoroughly vacuum carpeted areas
4.
Sweep (dry mop) and mop hard floor areas
5.
Clean vision panels and glazing to dividers where possible
6.
Spot clean marks from carpeted areas
7.
Damp wipe gloss painted surfaces
8.
Remove dust build-up from skirting, window sills and ledges, fire alarm points, extinguishers, door
frames and furniture
9.
Damp wipe telephones using suitable disinfectant/duster.
10.
Flick dust overhead fittings
11.
Thoroughly vacuum all upholstered furniture (if regularly used then, every third day or once in a week)
12.
For Lifts, clean lift facia and doors with R2 or HSC or steel polish if it is steel
13.
Clean mirrors, sweep (dry mop) and mop lift car floors
14.
Vacuum carpeted floors and clean the door from both inside and outside
CARPET STAIN REMOVAL
Equipment:
Clean Terry cloth or white paper towel
Blunt knife or scraper
Cleaning Agent
White sponge
Small hand Brush
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Mug for making solution
Nylon scrubber
Method:
1.
Always get to the stain as quickly as possible, before it sets in your carpet pile
2.
Always blot the stains rather than scrub them. If you scrub the stain then you are forcing the stain further
into the carpet. Blotting is simple to do and effective. Use clean terry cloths or dry white paper towel. Apply
just enough pressure so that the liquid is absorbed. Turn the towel and do it again.
3.
If the stain is stuck into the carpet pile, you can use a dull knife to scrape some of it out. Insure that you
do not push the stain or debris into the carpet more.
4.
While using cleaning agent, test them on a hidden area of your carpet so that it does not further ruin
your carpet.
5.
Always follow the products instructions when you are using them
6.
Apply cleaning agent by spraying the solution right on to the carpet stain or you can apply it to a sponge
and then apply on the stain. Blot the stain with a clean terry cloth or sponge to remove all of the stain from the
carpet pile. Repeat this procedure till the time the stain comes off the carpet on to the towel. Change the towel
or cloth so that it remains dry.
7.
When the stains have been mostly absorbed, place clean paper towels on top of the stain and apply
something heavy to it. This will help the product to absorb into the paper towels to dry.
CARPET CLEANING
Equipment:
Carpet Brush
Dust Pan
Garbage Bag
Blunt Knife or Blunt Scraper
Vacuum Machine, Carpet cleaning machine
Method:
1.
Collect all littered pieces (stapler pins, sharp objects, big paper pieces etc.) of garbage with the help of
dust pan and carpet brush.
2.
Remove any sticking object with the help of blunt knife or scraper.
3.
Use a powerful vacuum cleaner and Carpet cleaning machine.
4.
Don’t vacuum in the same pattern every time. You will pick up more dirt if you vacuum both
horizontally and vertically.
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5.
Use attachments to get the corners of the room and under the furniture’s cleaned.
6.
it.
Move the furniture’s like sofas, pedestals, tables etc. once a week and vacuum thoroughly underneath
7.
Don’t wait until vacuum bags or containers are full. Empty them whenever used on daily basis.
CLEANING / HOUSEKEEPING OF GODOWNS / STORES /SHEDS
Equipment:
Scrubbing / Mopping Machine
Caddy Basket
Wheeled Trolley
Telescopic rod
Duster
Mop
Industrial Vacuum Cleaner
Garbage bag
Method:
1.
Dry Mopping
2.
Wet Mopping
3.
Vacuuming of area
4.
Cleaning of office cabins in stores/go downs
5.
Cleaning of open areas around and between racks, shelves situated in shade
6.
Cleaning of open areas, around electric panels installed in Power house with taking necessary
precautions.
7.
Water accumulation to be cleared by wet vacuum cleaner
8.
Cleaning of store consignments/ store area by Vacuum cleaner, telescopic rods.
9.
Cleaning of Fire Extinguishers kept inside /outside of stores
10.
Cleaning of toilet /washrooms in stores/go downs
11.
Cleaning of dust, cobwebs etc. on height by telescopic rod up to 20 feet height.
12.
Cleaning of trenches, gutters etc. inside the shops/sheds to be cleaned as and when required.
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CLEANING / HOUSEKEEPING OF WORKSHOPS
Equipment:
Scrubbing / Mopping Machine (wherever required)
Caddy Basket
Wheeled Trolley
Check duster
Spray bottle with R2/HSC
Mop with adjustable handle (Swivel base with 180 Deg. rotation)
Industrial Vacuum Cleaner
Garbage bag
Method:
1.
DRY MOPPING
2.
WET MOPPING
3.
Vacuuming of area
4.
Cleaning of office cabins in workshops
5.
Cleaning of toilet /washrooms in workshops
6.
Cleaning of cobwebs up to 20 feet height.
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CLEANING / HOUSEKEEPING OF GENERAL TOILETS
Equipment:
Warning signs
Scrubbing / Mopping Machine
Caddy Basket
Cleaning agent (Diversy/Ecolab make)
Hand Gloves (Orange)
W/C Brush
Duster
Glass Cloth
Feather Brush
Mug
Scotch Bright
Nylon Scrubber
Squeeze
Wet Mop Stick
Garbage bag
Toiletries (i.e. Air Freshener, Naphthalene Balls, Taski Urinal Screen)
Hand brush
Method:
1. Enter inside and hang the door knob card (cleaning in progress) outside the main door handle.
2. Ventilate the area appropriately.
3. Wear hand gloves and face-mask.
4. Check for any maintenance work orders.
5. Clear garbage and keep all dust bins near the cleaning materials.
6. Flush the W/c and urinals.
7. Apply Cleaning agent and scrub the W/C and urinal bowl with the W/C brush and leave it for the detergent to
act on it for at least 10mins.
8. Clean and scrub washbasins, tiles, dustbins, doors and all steel fixtures with the help of duster from Outside.
9. Scrub and squeeze the floor with cleaning agent by machine wherever possible.
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10. Replenish toiletries.
11. Wet mop the floor.
12. Close all ventilation ones the floor has dried.
13. Remove the door knob card after 5mins.
NOTE:
R6 (Toilet Bowl cleaner) should be used only when there is heavy stains or ones a week
D7 (SS polish) as and when required
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CLEANING / HOUSEKEEPING OF OUTDOOR PREMISES
i.e. Internal roads/pathways, paved areas, Crane tracks etc. within the Yard
To be provided by MDL: Truck mounted Mechanical sweeping machine for road sweeping. Hopper Capacity of the
machine is 6 Cu. M. It's with Comprehensive Maintenance Contract (CMC), Fuel and Operator.
To be provided by IFMS Contractor: One number brand new small version of Ride-on sweeper shall be provided by
IFMS Contractor. It will be required at Dockyard Road. Fuel, Maintenance and Operator for these Ride-on sweeper
Machines shall be provided by IFMS Contractor. The detail specifications of machine is mentioned at Part – 2 under
“IFMS Contractor scope of supply”
Equipment:
Personal Protective Equipment
Mechanical sweeper – 1 no. To be provided by MDL
Ride on sweeper – 1 nos. To be provided by IFMS Contractor.
Cherry picker lift
Wheeled Trolleys
Garbage Bag
All types of brooms like Hard Broom, Soft Broom and Broom with long stick etc.
Pan for lifting rubbish
All types of brushes like Coir/ Nylon wire cleaning brushes for brushing/cleaning.
Method:
1.
Put on apron, protective equipment’s.
2.
Leaves, Dirt, Rubbish etc. shall be swept off from roads, pathways and crane tracks etc. on regular basis
by MDL’s truck mounted sweeping machine at Dockyard road premises. Whereas, ride on sweeper machine
provided by IFMS Contractor will be used in residential area at Dockyard road premises twice a day and in
company premises, where truck mounted machine is not approachable. Also, during the breakdown of truck
mounted road sweeping machine, ride on sweeper shall cover main road areas like (a) Main Gate to East Yard
(b) MMP to Main Gate (Pier Road) (b) Main Gate to Moghul Dry Dock (c) Main Gate to Alcock Yard Gate no
6.
3.
The IFMS Contractor should provide 2 services in a day at 6:30 to 9:00 Hrs. & 13:00 to 14:30 hrs. and
additional services if required for the cleaning of roads. Apart from roads/pathways, cleaning of crane tracks
and other open premises should be carried out during remaining period of shifts. The IFMS Contractor should
keep vigil during entire shift from 6:30 hrs. To 15:30 hrs.
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CLEANING / HOUSEKEEPING OF RESIDENTIAL PREMISES
Equipment:
Personal Protective Equipment
Ride On Sweeper
Manual sweeper machine
Wheeled Trolleys
Garbage Bag
Hard Broom
Soft Broom
Broom with long stick
Pan for lifting rubbish
Coir/ Nylon wire cleaning brushes
Mop, Bucket
Vacuum cleaner
Jet Spray
Scrubbing / Mopping Machine
Method:
1. Put on apron, protective equipment.
2. Cleaning of roads, building surroundings, open areas etc. by Ride On Sweeper & Manual Sweeper and
Manually.
3. Dry mopping/Wet mopping of Lift lobbies, staircases, corridors
4. SS polish (R7) of lift cabins
5. Cleaning of Walls in lobbies, staircases.
6. Collection & Segregation of garbage from individual flats
7. Disposal of garbage at MCGM pick up points
8. Cleaning of common toilets and Toilets in Currie house flats.
9. Dry garbage to be separated in different bins kept for paper, plastic, glass, metal etc. as per instructions.
10. Wet garbage collected to be processed through Bio-Waste Compost Machine. For this, 2-3 persons should be
trained & deployed for daily activity for making compost as per instructions.
11. Cleaning of bird droppings on roads by Jet spray.
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DO’S & DON’TS
DO’S
Dry dusters with hand gloves need to be used to clean any electrical switch plates.
Use ladder or telescopic rod for cleaning the ceiling.
Spray bottles used for cleaning agents should be labeled appropriately.
Cleaning dusters should be carried in a caddy basket.
All trashes should be carried through service stairs/elevators.
Dry mops should be used on dry and smooth surfaces.
Sign board should be displayed while cleaning floor or any other area.
Housekeeping materials should be kept inside the caddy basket.
Safety measure needs to be taken while cleaning.
Speak up words politely.
Always work in Team.
Cleaning should be started from the high level, middle level and down to low level.
Housekeeping materials/equipment should always be kept in stores after its use & it should be
Maintain clean.
DONT’s
Wet duster should not be used to clean electrical switch plates
All ceiling should not be cleaned by standing on work station table/chairs/inverted buckets/crates.
Do not use unlabeled spray bottle
Cleaning duster should not be kept in the pockets
All trash or garbage should not be carried through guest stairs/elevators
Dry mop should not be used on a wet floor or hard surface
Do not block the entire corridor or passage for scrubbing or cleaning
Housekeeping material should not be kept on the workstation while cleaning
Do not be rude with your coworker/colleague
Do not start cleaning from middle areas or from ground level
Housekeeping material/equipment should not be placed in public areas
Do not enter the cabins/conference wash rooms etc. without the permission
Do not close the door while cleaning a cabin or conference or meeting room
Do not wipe screen of the computer with duster (in case of plasma screen i.e. flat screen)
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GUIDELINES FOR USAGE OF CLEANING AGENTS
CLEANING can be described as the removal of unwanted material without damaging the surface to which it adheres.
As cleaning and hygiene overlaps, it also includes prevention and removal of factors which tend to produce ill health or
diminish the quality of life.
Cleanliness is the absence of dirt, including dust, stains, bad smell, germs and other hazardous material.
Rules to be kept in mind while using detergents:
Avoid direct contact with eyes and skin.
Do not inhale any cleaning agent/detergent.
Make sure the detergent/cleaning agent bottles are labeled properly for identification.
Always use safety equipment like hand gloves, shoes, face mask, etc. while handling detergents/cleaning agents.
Read instructions before using the cleaning agents to minimize accidents or injuries
Never try to open cleaning agent’s container with your mouth.
Never mix two detergents. Either they become inactive or they may emit poisonous fumes (depending on their
Composition).
Never prepare a dilution and keep it for more than two days. After 2 days it is equivalent to cleaning with water.
Always follow the manufacturer’s dilution ratio. Using less may not give expected results and using more leaves
a film on the cleaned surface. In case of floors, it may be a cause of an accident.
In absence of measuring cup, the best way to measure is to remember that the CAP of a 5ltr can is always 20ml.
While pouring or making the dilution, always ensure that we place a liner (duster, garbage bag, etc.) on the floor
to prevent the detergent from falling on the floor and damaging it.
If using the cap of the can as a measure, never wash it in the water bucket (which is a usual practice). In case if
this is done by mistake; always WIPE the cap before replacing it. This is important because, in case you replace
a wet cap, water droplets fall into the detergent can and start diluting the detergent.
As prevention, wash your hands immediately if you have touched the detergent with bare hands.
All the heavier items (detergent cans, etc.) should be stored on lower level racks and lighter items (mop refill,
scrubbers, etc.) may be stored at higher levels to avoid accidents.
Follow the FIFO (first in, first out) system while using the material especially detergents to promote usage
before they near or reach expiry.
TASKI PRODUCTS FOR REFERENCE:
CLEANING
AGENT
R1
R2
R3
R5
R6
R7
TR 101
USAGE
DILUTION
Bathroom
cleanerCum-Sanitizer
Concentrate (all surfaces in bathroom, WC, Diluted in water Ratio:
urinal, washbasin etc. Safe to use on granite 1:15 to 20ml or as per requirement
and marble)
Diluted in water ratio:
Hygienic Surface Cleaner
1:15 to 20ml for dusting mopping , 1:10 to 15ml for
(Dusting, Mopping, Glass cleaning)
glass cleaning or as per requirement
Glass Cleaning (all types of glass, windows, Diluted in water Ratio:
mirrors, and glass display cases )
1:15to 20ml or as per requirement
Air Freshener
Direct Use
For W/C and Urinal Cleaning
Direct Use
Diluted in water Ratio:
For Hard stains of floor
1:20 to 30ml or as per requirement
Diluted in water Ratio:
For Carpet Shampooing
1:20 to 30ml or as per requirement
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TR 103
For Carpet Spotting
D7
For Steel Polish only
MATERIAL & USAGE
Room Freshener(Ready To Use)
Odonil Cubes And Sticks
EZE Mop Set
Wet Mop Set
Wet Mop Refill
Urinal Or Sanitary Cubes
Naphthalene Balls
Glass Scraper
Scotch Bright
Nylon Scrubber
Dustpan With Handle
Carpet Brush
Carpet Brush (Soft)
Spray Bottles
Hand Brush
T-Brush (Soft)
T-Brush (Hard)
Plastic Mug
Plastic Bucket
Feather Brush Or Static Duster
Ceiling Brush
Sponge (White Or Yellow)
Face Mask
Rubber Hand Gloves
Rubber Hand Gloves
Hand Gloves (Transparent)
Thinner
Caddy Basket
Floor Squeeze
Window Washer / Applicator
Window Wiper
Kitchen Squeeze
W/C Brush
Garbage Bag(Small, Medium & Big)
Diluted in water Ratio:
1:20 to 30ml or as per requirement
Direct Use
For Good Fragrance
To control the bad smell
For dry sweeping the floor
To mop the floor with water
Only the mop without rod
To control the smell
To control the smell
To remove stains from glass
To scrub the wash basin & others
Used for scrubbing
To collect the segregated dust
To brush the carpet
To brush the chairs and sofa
To spray cleaning agents, freshener
To scrub the floor with hand
To brush the staircase
To brush the hard floor
To make dilution of cleaning agents
To take water for mopping, etc.
For dusting
For high level dusting
For cleaning delicate or light things
To protect from dust
Used while cleaning washroom
Used while dry/wet mopping
While handling food
To remove polish/paint marks
To carry housekeeping materials
To squeeze the water from floor
Apply cleaning agent to window
To wipe the applied cleaning agent
To squeeze the wash basin counter
To clean the W/C
To collect the garbage
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EQUIPMENTS TO BE SUPPLIED BY IFMS Contractor:
IFMS Contractor to ensure that all equipments/machineries to be deployed at the site for housekeeping activities
should be in good working condition. The IFMS Contractor must resort to Annual Maintenance Contract (AMC) for
such equipment and machineries which are critical for mechanized cleaning to ensure uninterrupted functioning.
Equipment
Ride on sweeper
Vacuum Cleaner (Dry & Wet)
Electrically operated Walk Behind
Scrubber cum Mopping Machine
Carpet Cleaner
Manual Sweeper
High Pressure Jet Machine
Mini Floor Scrubber & Drier
Single Disc Scrubber
Battery Driven Ride On Scrubber
Drier
Industrial Vacuum Cleaner wet &
dry
Uses
For cleaning / sweeping on roads.
To remove the dust from the carpet and floor.
To scrub and mop the Floor.
Minimum Required
Quantity
1
15
5
For Shampooing of Carpet.
To sweep outer area.
To Wash Floors & Tiles.
To scrub & clean office floors.
To Polish the Marble Floors.
To Scrub & Vacuum the floor simultaneously.
To remove welding pieces, welding rods, small MS
pieces etc. from the shops, Ship's units under
construction.
Blower
To remove dust particles.
Wringer trolley/Cleaning gear For easy cleaning of areas and better transportation
trolley
of consumable material.
Wheeled Trolley 120 L/240 L
For garbage transportation
Telescopic rods with brush / mop /
To clean the areas at height
duster
Cherry picker lift
For cleaning exterior of the buildings / removing
wild growth on buildings approaching minimum
height of 7 storeyed building
1
2
6
8
1
1
6
5
50
80
20
1
Note: Quantity of equipment given above are minimum requirements to carry out the work at all locations, except EY.
This list of equipment’s covered above are minimum resources. However, Facility Management Co. can bring more to
do the work effectively.
List of equipment for EY is separately mentioned in EY scope of work.
Equipment Storage & Safety:
By following these 3 simple rules employees can contribute to a safe, accident free work environment:
Take Adequate Time: No job should be done in unsafe and hurried manner.
Correct Unsafe Conditions Immediately.
Do It Safely The First Time: Every employee must do his/her job in a safe and correct manner. This is the best
way to prevent accidents.
While Using Machinery:
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Check the condition of the equipment.
Check the cord for frays or missing insulation, especially near the plug.
Do not operate the equipment if it needs mechanical attention.
By operating an equipment which requires a repair, a person increases his/her chances of suffering from slips,
falls, strains, burns and electrical shock.
Equipment, which sparks, smokes or flames should be turn off immediately.
Equipment’s with loose connection or exposed wire should not be used. An appliance should be never
unplugged by pulling the cord.
Technical Specification of Equipment / Machineries:
Sr
No
1
Equipment / Machinery
Technical Specification
Ride On Sweeper (with one side -Diesel Engine Operated
broom)
-Sweeping Width: Min. 1500 mm to Max. 1600 mm (without side broom)
- Sweeping Width: Min. 1600 mm to Max. 1700 mm (with side broom)
- Sweeping capacity: Min. 17000 Sq. M. per Hour
- Hopper Capacity: Min. 600 Ltr
- Dumping Height: Min. 1400 mm
- Overhead guard with laminated safety glass
-Voltage: 220 V, Power: 1300 Watts, Vacuum: 2380 mm of Water
Column, Tank Capacity: 17-24 Ltr, with all accessories.
2
Wet & Dry Vacuum cleaner
3
Electrically operated Walk Behind Sweeping Capacity: 1800 Sq. M. / hour, Scrubbing width: Min. 400 mm,
Scrubber cum Mopping Machine
Vacuum Pressure: Min. 1000 mm of H2O, Power Supply: 230 V, Working
Speed: Max. 4 km/hr., Fresh Water Tank: Min. 40 L, Dirty Water Tank:
Min. 40 L.
4
Carpet Cleaner
Cleaning Capacity: min. 400 Sq. M. /Hr., Cleaning Width: 350-400mm,
Fresh Water Tank Capacity: 9 Ltr, Power Supply: 230V
5
Manual Sweeper
Sweeping Width with side broom: Min. 600 mm, Hopper Capacity: 40
Ltr, Sweeping capacity: Min 2500 Sq. M. /Hr.
6
High Pressure Jet Machine
Max Pressure: 130 bar, Flow Rate: 630 LPH, Power: 3 KW, Motor: 1400
rpm
7
Mini Floor Scrubber & Drier
Scrubbing width: Min. 315mm, Scrubbing Capacity: Min. 350 Sq.
M./Hr., Brush Speed: Min. 600 rpm, F.W. tank capacity: Min. 1.5 L, Dirty
Water Tank: 1.5 Ltr, Power Supply; 230 V, 600 Watts
8
Single Disc Scrubber
Scrubbing Width: min. 400 mm, Brush Speed: Min. 165 rpm, F.W. Tank
Capacity: min. 10 L, Power Supply: 230 V, 1300 Watts
9
Battery Driven Ride On Scrubber -Sweeping Capacity: 4800 Sq. M. /Hr., Working Speed: min. 6 km/hr.,
Drier
Cleaning width: min 800 mm, Suction width: min. 1100 mm, Drive
Motor Power: min. 750 Watt, F.W. Tank: min 120 L, collection tank: 120
ltr. No. of brushes: 02 nos.
The machine has to be for heavy duty application, preferably to operate
continuously for min 4-5 hrs. back up. Drive batteries should have
minimum capacity of 24V/320Ah. Drive batteries to be charged in
normal 230V, 50 Hz input.
10
Industrial Vacuum Cleaner
-Power: 1.5 KW, 2HP, 230V, 50Hz,
Vacuum Rate: Min. 2700 mmH2O , Air Flow: Min. 200 m3/h
Capacity: Min. 80 Ltr., Suction Inlet: Min. 80 mm
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11
12
13
Telescopic rods with brush / mop / Telescopic rod 3 pieces ( 3 x 200 cm)
duster
Cherry picker lift /Boom lift
IFMS Co. shall bring cherry picker lift / boom lift so as to reach 7 storey
building for cleaning of building exterior.
Vacuum
cleaners
Backpacked
–
110V Vacuum cleaner –Backpacked 110 V, Vacuum motor power -1400W,
Vacuum (kPa) 17, Airflow (l/s) 36, Back Bag Weight (Kg.) Not more
than 5kg with associated accessories
Training: Training session should be conducted by Trainer for Housekeeping staff.
Daily Recording of Attendance:
Electronic biometric attendance system shall be supplied & maintained by the IFMS Contractor for
housekeeping workmen and staff at MDL. Designated places for the same would be allotted by MDL at Dockyard Road
premises. At least 3 readers shall be provided for attendance recording. The Biometric system along with PC and Printer
shall be provided by IFMS Contractor. Attendance Report shall be taken out on daily basis. The WCC/ payment shall
be made on monthly basis only on submission of monthly attendance record of housekeeping persons along-with daily
work done reports /certification by respective HOD/HOS or their nominated representatives in various designated
locations in MDL. Further the IFMS contractor to submit manpower deployment schedule on weekly basis well in
advance to Executing Dept.
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MAZAGON DOCK SHIPBUILDERS LTD
INTEGRATED FACILITY MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Scope of Work
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GENERAL SCOPE OF WORK for Housekeeping Activity:
1. Office premises: Cleaning / Housekeeping of offices, staircases, lobbies, passages, lifts, terrace, toilets, urinals,
and wash places in buildings located in the Yards.
2. Workshops / Go downs / Stores: Cleaning / Housekeeping of Workshops, Units under Construction/
downs/Stores, Shop offices, toilets/ urinals/ wash places in Workshops located in the Yards.
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3. Outdoor premises: Cleaning / Housekeeping of Outdoor premises i.e. internal roads/pathways, paved areas,
Crane tracks etc. within the Yards.
4. Residential premises: Cleaning / Housekeeping of MDL Residential premises at Dockyard Road (Mumbai).
5. General Toilet Blocks: Cleaning / Housekeeping of General Toilet Blocks located in the Yards.
6. Drainage Cleaning: Cleaning of Drainages in MDL & Residential Premises.
7. Canteens: Cleaning / Housekeeping of Canteens
SCOPE OF SUPPLY:
MDL scope of supply (free of cost):
1. One number Truck mounted Road Sweeping Machine with operator and helper at Dockyard premises for
cleaning main roads.
2. Office Cabin for Managerial staff
3. Open space for putting porta cabins. ( provision of Porta cabins in the scope of IFMS contractor)
4. Electricity and water for Facility management services from nearest available supply point except water for
washing of roads. Contractor has to arrange suitable cable /switchboard for connecting electric supply.
IFMS Contractor Scope of Supply:
1. One number brand new Ride-on sweeper shall be provided by IFMS Contractor. This new machine shall be procured
for MDL purpose exclusively. Old machine will not be acceptable. Fuel, Maintenance and Operators & helpers for these
Ride-on sweeper Machine shall be provided by IFMS Contractor.
2. Porta cabins with necessary furniture equipment to be brought for storage of materials and changing room for their
staff. These cabins shall be installed at MDL premises. The elevation of porta cabins should be matching to MDL’s porta
cabins placed in the yard. It will be returnable after completion of order.
3. IFMS contractor has to make his own arrangement for movement of cleaning material / equipment inside MDL
premises. (Viz. Battery operated platform vehicle / pickup vehicle etc.)
1. DETAILED SCOPE OF WORK
PART 1
A) Cleaning of Offices, Workshops, Godowns, Stores, Shop Offices, etc.:
(Areas details of various Offices, Workshops, Godowns, Stores, Shop Offices, etc. at various yards have been indicated
separately at ANNEXURE – I to IV)
Note: Housekeeping Services shall be provided from 6.30 Hrs. to 15.30 Hrs. from Mondays to Saturdays, with 1 hr.
lunch break from 12:00 Hrs to 13:00 Hrs. Deep cleaning and weekly services shall be carried out on Saturdays.
Manpower to be deployed as per Rate sheet attached with tender. If some offices/shops are closed on Saturdays, weekly
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services should be carried out on Friday afternoon in consultation with concerned OICs. However, contractor shall
provide housekeeping manpower in full on all days including Saturdays.
Daily Cleaning:
1. Disinfecting the floor areas, common areas including staircase, landings, skirting, dados, shelves and all nooks
and corners. Removal of dirt, dust, waste paper, etc. and disposal of the same. These activities are to be carried
out daily. Swabbing to be done with approved disinfectants and water. Cleaning and mopping of the staircases
shall be carried out daily before the offices open.
2. Disinfecting, cleaning and mopping the floors with water, detergent and disinfectant to completely remove all
dirt, stains, etc.
3. For cleaning of floors, passages in shops, canteens, Facility Manager shall ensure sufficient walk behind
scrubbing/mopping machines. Most of cleaning work shall be carried out by Machine only and where area is
not accessible to the machines, it should be done manually.
4. Cleaning of Units under Construction in workshops in North Yard and South Yard and Sections & Sub Sections
in workshops in EY.
5. Dusting & Cleaning of Door Mats.
6. All garbage bins are to be emptied and cleaned including the area around the dust bins.
7. Cleaning activity shall be carried out as per SOP given.
Weekly Cleaning:
1. Window glass cleaning, window sliding /seal cleaning.
2. Heavy vacuuming of mats carpet.
3. Partition and glass cleaning.
4. Floors, tiles and corners scrubbing.
5. Washroom tiles and furniture - detailed cleaning / scrubbing.
6. Cob-web removal, Light fittings and fans, AC indoor unit body.
7. Venetian blinds.
8. Cleaning of offices/shops/ internal walls, partitions & ceilings (up to 20 ft. Height)
9. Cleaning of terrace of every building.
B) Cleaning of Toilets/urinals /wash places in buildings and workshops (ANNEXURE- I to IV):
Daily Cleaning:
1. Floors & tiled portions of walls, disinfection of MS/stone/brick partitions by washing with water & detergent
disinfectant on regular basis.
2. Urinals, water closets, wash basins, etc. shall be thoroughly disinfected with cleaning agent and remove
blockages, if any. Naphthalene balls shall be provided in each & every urinal pots and wash basins and change
it as soon as it is sublimed.
3. Mirrors & glasses of doors, windows will have to be wiped with approved glass/ mirror cleaning agents.
4. Sanitary fittings such as flush tanks, towel rods & other fittings are to be wiped with approved cleaning agent.
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5. Toilets shall be kept disinfected and hygienic with absolutely no stink. They are to be washed (disinfectant)
mopped and wiped two times a day. They should be checked every day.
6. Toilet paper rolls, Liquid soap should be provided in the Toilets of office buildings.
7. Cleaning activity shall be carried out as per SOP given.
Weekly Cleaning: (To be carried out on Saturdays).
1. Window glass louvers cleaning
2. Floors, tiles and corners scrubbing.
3. Cob-web removal.
4. Light fitting cleaning.
5. Cleaning of internal walls & ceilings.
C) Cleaning of staircases, lobbies, passages and terraces (ANNEXURE – I to IV):
Daily Cleaning:
1. Cleaning and mopping of staircases, lobbies and passages.
2. Removal of trash and dump into garbage enclosure
3. Cleaning of railing
4. Cleaning of lift cabins, lift doors, etc. by approved stainless steel polish.
5. Dusting of Lift cabin carpets.
6. Cleaning activity shall be carried out as per SOP.
Weekly Cleaning: - It is to be carried out on Saturdays.
1. Window glass cleaning
4. Light / fans cleaning, Cob-web removal.
2. Cleaning of terraces
5. Floors, tiles and corners scrubbing.
3. Heavy vacuuming of mats carpet.
D) HOUSEKEEPING OF EAST YARD (ANNEXURE - IV):
Housekeeping and cleaning of EAST YARD which includes Shops (A, B, C, D, Pipe shop, CAS, SSA and ALY)
Buildings (D1, D2, Reclamation, NSB, CAS buildings, SSA Building) Offices in the buildings, Roads among above
said buildings and shops. The housekeeping services at EY will be handed over to IFMS tentatively from
01.04.2018.
HOUSEKEEPING OF EAST YARD
Specific Requirements:
Minimum Manpower required for housekeeping in EY is 69+1.
(i. e. 60 housekeeping personnel, 9 Supervisors, 1 Facility Executive.)
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MDL Scope of supply: MDL will provide compressed air and crane / forklift for lifting and shifting of heavy material
to facilitate to carry out housekeeping activities.
In all areas where any animal shit or bird dropping or dead animal are to be removed continuously without hesitation.
That area to be cleaned with cleaning agent after removing slits or dropping.
I. Scope of work:
1.
Continuous Vacuum Cleaning of
Sections or sub sections, joined sections and unjointed section before boot
together, major fabricated structures (any type) in the shops.
2.
Continuous Removal of welding slag from stations, Continuous Removal of cut metal chips from stations or from
any other machineries in workshops.
3. Removal of grinding cuts cut metal chips, from various places in workshops.
4. Continuous Vacuum cleaning inside and outside sections and subsections in formed section of all shops.
5.
Continuous Cleaning of inside and outside sections and sub-sections at various places at all above said Workshops.
6. Cleaning of shops including all fabricated structures and platforms, pontoons.
7. Continuous Cleaning inside and outside sections and subsections (units under construction) of Submarine in various
places at workshop.
8. Materials lying in way of cleaning and weighing up to 10 Kgs. to be lifted manually to facilitate cleaning.
9. Cleaning includes removal of residuals generated by gas cutting, welding etc. and also metal / nonmetal scrap.
10. Water accumulation if any to be cleared on TOP PRIORITY as and when required, especially during monsoon.
11. Thorough cleaning to be done keeping all the areas is neat and clean in look. The timings for cleaning to be worked
out by the working level supervisor with ship/shop managers & shop OIC
12. There has to be continuous cleaning people available in all workshops in order to meet high standard of quality of
cleanliness.
13. One supervisor each to be positioned for each workshop ‘A’ and ‘B’, workshop ‘C’ & ‘D’, CAS and Stores Complex,
ALY workshops, SSA work shop with buildings & pipe shop.
14. Daily dry and wet cleaning of Workshops should be done with Industrial Vacuum Cleaner/ride on scrubber.
15. Daily cleaning of Toilets in workshops, buildings, twice a day.
16. Toilet cleaning in AOT, SOT & 2nd floor in D2 building and 3rd floor in New Store building, four times a day.
17. Daily wet mopping of all shops (above said shops and offices, porta cabins) to be done once in a day. For this
activity the approved detergent to be used in the water daily.
19. Exterior cleaning of SSA Building, D2 building & Reclamation building to be done once in Six months.
20. Firm shall provide garbage bins/bags and transfer accumulated waste/garbage to designated dumping bin. The
polythene bags are to be provided by vendor for this activity
20. Daily attendance of workmen to be carried out by Biometric (i.e. IN and OUT). The biometric readers and PC along
with printer to be supplied by vendor.
21. In drain line or sewage line if any choke up is observed that has to be removed on top priority in the relevant above
said areas.
22. Daily sweeping of internal roads between shops to be done.
23. Vacuum cleaning/mopping of boxes or equipment in stores or shops to be done on daily basis.
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24. Stains on roads, Toilets& Tiles (floor tiles and wall tiles) to be removed by using clinical agents.
WEEKLY ACTIVITIES TO BE CARRIED OUT IN EAST YARD ON SATURDAYS AS PER DETAILS GIVEN
BELOW:
a) Cleaning of walls at all entrance (lift lobbies) of office buildings (at each door)
b) Cleaning with detergent water and then with fresh water, Staircases and Lift Lobbies. Water flooding and water
entry in to Lift Pit (well) to be avoided.
c) Deep cleaning of toilets.
d) Vacuum cleaning of various workshops, all equipment & machinery, welding and milling stations viz. Roundo
machine, Stations and rotators. (To be carried out on Saturdays – As per instructions)
e) Providing Naphthalene balls in Urinals and Wash basins.
f) Cleaning, washing, swabbing the passages and shops including Equipment and remote confined areas (As and when
required only as per OIC of workshops) in workshop 'A', 'B' , 'C', ‘D’, Pipe shop, CAS, ALY & SSA workshops.
g)
Cleaning by air blowing in all workshops as per instructions of OICs.
h)
Cleaning of Walk ways, Overhead walkways of EOT cranes and Bays as per instructions of OIC of Workshops.
i)
Cleaning of Windows, Doors, Walls of all Offices including Electrical Fittings, Lift Room, Canopy, Chajja, Glass
pans to be cleaned with water.
j)
Cleaning of Terrace of buildings
k) Vacuum cleaning of various equipment, materials and machineries in workshops.
l) Stains on roads, Toilets, Commodes , lifts, wash basins , Stair case railing and it supports , and floor tiles by using
Clinical agents.
List of Machineries / Equipment required for the above said jobs:
Sr.
No.
Machineries / Equipment
Minimum
Quantity required
1
Battery driven ride on scrubber
2
2
Industrial Wet & Dry vacuum cleaner
10
3
Vacuum cleaners – 110V Backpacked
30
4
Telescopic rods
5
5
Wringer trolley / cleaning gear trolley
30
6
Wheeled Trolley 120L/240L
50
Note: Above mentioned is the separate list for East Yard. Technical Specifications of above machinery / equipment to
be supplied shall be same as machineries mentioned in SOP.
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PART 2:
CLEANING / HOUSEKEEPING OF OUTDOOR PREMISES i.e. INTERNAL ROADS/PATHWAYS, PAVED
AREAS, ETC IN MDL YARDS
(Areas details at various yards have been indicated separately at ANNEXURE – I to IV).
1. Scope of Work is as given below:
Housekeeping Services from 0630 HRS to 1530 HRS from Monday to Saturday (Lunch break: 12:00 HRS to 13:00
HRS).
MDL scope of supply:
One number Truck mounted Road Sweeping Machine at Dockyard premises. Capacity of the machine Hopper
is 6 Cu. M. and sweeping width is 3000 mm. It includes Comprehensive Maintenance Contract (CMC) for the
machine by the Supplier. Fuel and Operator, helper for this Road Sweeping Machine shall be provided by MDL.
Main roads shall be cleaned twice a day. However, after cleaning by machine, IFMS Contractor shall deploy
housekeeping personnel for thorough cleaning.
IFMS Contractor Scope of Supply:
One number brand new Ride-on sweeper shall be provided by IFMS Contractor. This new machine shall be procured
for MDL purpose exclusively. Old machine will not be acceptable. Fuel, Maintenance and Operators & helpers for these
Ride-on sweeper Machine shall be provided by IFMS Contractor.
Technical Specifications of Ride-On Sweeper Machine:
-
Diesel Engine Operated
-
Sweeping Width: Min. 1500 mm to Max. 1600 mm (without side broom)
-
Sweeping Width: Min. 1600 mm to Max. 1700 mm (with side broom)
-
Sweeping capacity: Min. 17000 Sq. M. per Hour
-
Hopper Capacity: Min. 600 Ltr
-
Dumping Height: Min. 1400 mm
-
Overhead guard with laminated safety glass.
Payment will be done as per the order on the basis of daily working of this sweeping machine in the Yard.
Detailed Scope of Work is as follows:
a) Leaves, Dirt, Rubbish, etc. shall be wiped off from all roads, pathways, crane tracks, etc. on regular basis by
Ride-On Sweeping Machine and manually where no access for machine is available.
b) MDL's truck mounted road sweeping machine will be used regularly for sweeping all roads, crane tracks and
large spaces accessible to it such as (i) Main Gate to EY & MMP road (ii) Main Gate to Moghul Dry Dock road
(iii) Mazdock House to ALY Gate no 6 road (iv) Mazagon Dry Dock to NY Assembly Shop road (v) Surrounding
of SSA Workshop and (vi) NY & SY Crane Tracks where access is available. This machine will be operated
generally in between 0600 to 0800 HRS and 1300 HRS to 1400 HRS.
c) Ride on sweeping machine of IFMS Contractor shall be used regularly in Residential Area, internal area of East
yard and for Roads, Crane Tracks and Open Spaces in yards accessible to it, but not accessible to MDL's Truck
Mounted Road Sweeping Machine. It shall also be used to the areas accessible to truck mounted road sweeping
machine, in case of breakdown of Truck Mounted Road Sweeping Machine. However in case of breakdown of
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Truck Mounted Road Sweeping Machine for long duration, the Ride on sweeping machine to kept as a
substitute/alternate for sweeping of main roads in MDL premises.
d) Cleaning of Pathways, Crane Track area, Roads or any other Open area shall be cleaned manually where there
is no access for sweeping machines. The paved areas and roads shall be kept clean of moss, mud, dust etc. at all
times.
e) Washing of main roads: Main Roads (Mazdock House to ALY Gate No 6, Main Gate to Mogul Dry Dock)
shall be washed with water jets. Fresh Water required for this activity shall be brought by the contractor. IFMS
Contractor shall provide the services as and when required and payments for the same would be made at actuals.
f) Cleaning of Compound walls, Boundary walls and Gates of North Yard, South Yard, East Yard and
Residential Area of Dockyard Road premises shall be carried out once in a month. Compound walls considered
are: Wall from Mazagon Dock Post office to Main gate, wall from Main gate to southwest corner of MDL colony
& west side wall of colony opp. to freeway, wall from Main gate to EY gate and wall from SDD to Gate no. 6.
g) Cleaning of Exterior of Mazdock House, Scindia building, D2 building, Reclamation and SSA office
building will be required approximately twice in a year. As this work involves at height, Cherry picker lift
should be used for cleaning. Necessary safety precautions shall be taken by IFMS Contractor. Calibration/test
reports and maintenance logs of the Cherry picker brought at site shall be submitted to MDL for review and
record. Cleaning of exteriors of building includes Dust removal, cleaning of glasses, facade, canopy etc.
Cleaning required to be done in the three sides or wherever free access for movement of cherry picker lift is
feasible. Necessary precautions shall be taken while carrying out above activity, so that it does not damage the
MDL property and personnel.
h) Cleaning of Fire Shed & Parking Shed: Fire shed to be cleaned quarterly, and parking shed in residential area
to be cleaned once in a month. While cleaning, contractor shall ensure that stains are removed completely and
cleaned thoroughly. Contract shall take proper care while carrying out this activity, so that it does not damage
MDL property and personnel.
i)
Removal of Wild Growth / Vegetation in All Yards: Removal of wild growth / vegetation on all buildings in
NY, SY, ALY, EY, Residential Area. After removal of vegetation, the roots shall be destroyed by its removal or
with the help of acid, to ensure that the vegetation is not grown again. This activity shall be carried out as and
when required. Necessary safety precautions shall be taken while carrying out above activity, so that it does not
damage the MDL property or personnel. Payment for removal of wild growth / vegetation will be done per wild
growth/vegetation/plant removed in a month.
j)
Removal of debris: Debris generated by in-house activities (other than Project work/Contractor’s work), Soil,
Dust collected by Road Sweeper Machine, Mud and sludge removed from Drainages is dumped in a designated
bin. Contractor shall remove debris etc. from designated location/bin, with the help of his Dumper / Truck, as
and when required. Contractor shall arrange for Dumper/Truck with Min. Capacity of 11 Cu. M. (4 brass) for
loading of debris. For loading of debris, JCB / Loader cum Excavator will be provided by MDL free of cost,
Payment for removal of debris per Dumper / Truck would be done on actual basis after removal of debris.
k) Roads Cleaning in Alcock Yard: Cleaning and sweeping of internal roads TWICE A DAY i.e. between 7.00
AM to 9.00 AM and between 13.00 PM to 14.00 PM by manual means and thereafter whenever rubbish / waste
papers are scattered to be picked up( touch cleaning and sweeping) to keep the road clean throughout the day.
Dumping the collected rubbish/waste materials into nearest respective disposal bins. Dusting & Cleaning of
Gates, removal and disposal of dogs, excreta, dead rats, cats, birds, dogs etc. as and when found or reported all
completed as directed.
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l)
Records: IFMS Contractor shall arrange for generation, maintenance of all records related to quality and
quantity of service delivery. The same shall be made available to MDL for certification of the bills and for
analysis as and when required.
PART 3:
CLEANING / HOUSEKEEPING OF GENERAL TOILET BLOCKS IN NY, SY, EY & ALY (ANNEXURE-V)
1. General Toilet Cleaning Services from Monday to Saturday:
2. First shift timing is from 6.00 Hrs. to 15.00 Hrs.
3. Manpower requirement: Minimum 23 workmen, 2 supervisors (Total = 25 Nos.)
4. Second shift timing is from 14:00 Hrs. to 23.00 Hrs. Manpower requirement: Minimum 5 workmen,
1 Supervisor
5. Total Manpower requirement in First shift and Second shift: 31 Nos.
Scope of Work:
a) Floors & tiled portions of wall, MS/stone/brick partitions are to be disinfected by washing with water &
detergent disinfectant on regular basis.
b) Urinals, water closets, wash basins, etc. shall have to be thoroughly disinfected daily with approved cleaning
agent like Diversy/Ecolab or equivalent.
c) Mirrors & glasses of doors, windows will have to be wiped with approved glass/mirror cleaning agents.
d) Sanitary fittings such as flush tanks, towel rods & other fittings are to be wiped with suitable cleaning agent.
e) Toilets will have to be kept disinfected and hygienic with absolutely no stink at all times. Floors are to be
washed (disinfected) mopped and wiped. These should be checked every day for any damages, etc. requiring
special cleaning or repair. Thorough cleaning & disinfecting shall be carried out five times a day around 06:00,
08:30, 11:00, 12:45 and 14:00 hrs.
f) Continuous Manning :- As per YUC Executive’s instructions, Contractor shall provide One/Two attendants
throughout the shifts (i.e., 6:00 Hrs. to 23:00 Hrs.) per toilet block at major locations such as Near Small Dry
Dock (Joiner Shop), North Yard Slipway (Jumbo Toilet Block), Near South Yard Main Gate, Back side of
Moghul House, Behind Module Shop.
g) Cleaning times/schedules should be displayed at all toilets Blocks.
h) Precautionary signage to be placed by the IFMS Contractor while carrying out the work.
i)
Services on Sundays/Holidays on per man-day rate and for beyond normal working hours on per man-hour rate
shall be provided by the IFMS Contractor as & when required.
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PART- 4
CLEANING and HOUSE KEEPING in Residential Area of MDL at Dockyard Road. (ANNEXURE -VI)
1.
Scope of Work: -The Facility Management Company shall carry out Cleaning and Housekeeping of the
following Residential Buildings and Roads and Surrounding of building area at the following locations.
a) Currie House – G+7 bldg. (16 Flats)
b) Sarin House – Stilt +10 bldg. (20 Flats)
c) Angre House - Stilt +18 bldg. (64 Flats+ 14 bachelors’ quarters)
d) P and O Terrace – G + 2 bldg. (33 Flats)
2.
Working Days & Timings: Housekeeping Services from 6.30 Hrs. to 18:00 Hrs. from Sunday to Saturday (i.e.
for all 7 days in a week throughout the year.) for Residential Area at Dockyard Road, Mumbai. Minimum 20 persons
shall be deputed at this location.
3.
Daily Cleaning:
a) Cleaning of building surroundings, roads, pavement areas, stairs & passages inside buildings, sweeping &
cleaning inside Crèche located in Residential Area.
b) Collection & Segregation of garbage from individual flats once a day (in morning) and disposal to Municipal
collection place, as per the Municipal guidelines prevailing during the contract period. Suitable bags for
collection of garbage should be provided by the Facility management company. Contractor has to train 2-3
persons from their regular Housekeeping staff, for Operation of Bio-Waste Compost Machine located in
Residential Area and deploy them as & when required for operation of machine to make compost, as per
instructions.
c) Cleaning/mopping of stairs of all buildings once a day.
d) Removal and disposal of unwanted material from passages, staircases of buildings thrown by resident.
e) Removal and disposal of dead animals such as dog, cat, rat, bird, etc. as and when required.
f) Cleaning and Housekeeping work shall be carried out in such a way that each and every part of the residential
area should be neat and clean throughout the day. Supervisor shall control, supervise and monitor all the
Housekeeping activities throughout the day including manpower and also give the feedback / status / report of
the same on regular basis.
g) IFMS Contractor shall ensure that all the cleaning / housekeeping jobs are attended as per the contract
conditions.
h) Any work not done properly /satisfactorily shall have to be re-done at free of cost to MDL. If immediate action
towards re-doing the job is not taken, MDL shall be at liberty to make necessary deductions from the running
bills. MDL's decision in this regard shall be final and binding on the contractor.
i)
Cleaning, sweeping and mopping of vacant flats of residential quarters shall be carried out while taking
possession of that flat by the occupants as per instructions of MDL.
4. Weekly Cleaning: Cleaning of chajjas, terraces etc. and removal of cobwebs from lift lobbies, staircases, stilt areas,
passages, common toilet blocks /bathrooms and water pump rooms, lift machine rooms etc. Passages, floorings shall
be scrubbed with scrubbing machine. For cleaning of staircases & bird dropping on the roads, high pressure jet spray
with proper brushes shall be used.
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5.
Cleaning activities specific to Residential area:
a) Cleaning of main Roads approaching to all buildings inside residential complex, three times daily between 7.00
AM and 9 AM, 1PM and 2PM and 4PM and 5PM. Ride on sweeper shall be used for roads in Residential area
in Morning & Afternoon.
b) The timing for work shall be split in the following manner:
i.
14 persons shall work from 6:30 Hrs. to 15:30 Hrs. with 1Hr lunch break.
ii.
06 persons shall work from 9:00 Hrs. to 18:00 Hrs. with 1Hr lunch break.
c) IFMS Contractor shall also provide services of housekeeping personnel beyond 18:00 Hrs. on per man-hour
rate on specific occasions as per instruction from MDL.
d) Cleaning of all lift cages & doors of St. Steel by using St. Steel polish Suma Inox D7.1 of Diversy or equivalent.
Cleaning/mopping of lift lobbies and removal of cobwebs in lift lobbies/common passages area if any including
cleaning of granite/marbles on the wall, building entrance porch, Gazebo etc. once a day.
e) Cleaning of toilet-bathrooms in Currie house flats as per requirement of occupant. (Total flats=16 nos.)
f)
Cleaning of common toilet Block in P and O Terrace twice a day (meant for servants).
g) Cleaning / Mopping of Crèche once in a day.
h) Removing of bird dropping on brick tiles surrounding garden areas, lamp posts, granites, compound wall etc.
i)
Cleaning of granite, tiles in building stilt/ ground floor area etc.
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PART-5
SCOPE OF THE WORK FOR CLEANING / HOUSEKEEPING OF CANTEENS.
1.
Approx. areas of canteens are as below:
2.
a. NY Canteen
: 1060 Sq. M.
b. SY Canteen
: 704 Sq. M.
Daily Activities
a) Cleaning, swabbing & mopping of dining halls, floors, kitchens, wash basins, wash areas, wall tiles, bath rooms,
dining tables & benches of all canteens after breakfast at 8.00 AM & after lunch at 2.00 PM every day from
Monday to Saturday throughout the year. Sunday will be observed as weekly off. Detailed cleaning, washing
and swabbing of the canteens shall be carried out on Saturdays.
b) Minimum deployment of workmen shall be as follows:
i.
North Yard Veg. Canteen
: 3 persons
ii.
North Yard non veg Canteen
: 3 persons
iii.
South Yard Canteen
: 4 persons
c) Dusting & cleaning of the canteen ceilings, walls, windows, wire meshes of windows, glass panes, light fittings,
fan canopies, chajjas, other fittings & fixtures, equipment of the canteens shall be done once in a week.
d) Canteen should be kept clean and tidy at all times.
e) Removal of choke in the kitchen, toilet blocks/bath rooms etc. shall be immediately attended. Necessary
manpower and resources shall be in the scope of the Contractor.
f) Collection of canteen waste / leftover food items, rubbish etc. and dumping them in the dustbins provided as
and when they are generated. Suitable trolleys, bins must be arranged by the IFMS Contractor for this purpose.
g) All materials, resources such as cleaning powder, cleaning agents, soft soap, cleaning mops and walk behind
scrubber cum mopping machine, vacuum cleaner shall be used in adequate quantities for cleaning to the
satisfaction of the canteen authorities.
h) Water and storage space for cleaning equipment/materials shall be provided by MDL.
i)
Stores and other allied areas of the canteens shall also be cleaned on regular basis.
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PART 6
SCOPE OF WORK FOR CLEANING OF STORM WATER DRAINAGES AND SEWAGE DRAINAGES:
1. Cleaning of Storm Water Drainage (SWD) line and Sewage drainage lines in the Yard.
2. Six nos. of drainage assistant / personnel should be deployed for day to day work. Material/Equipment e.g.
drainage cleaning rod with suitable rodding machine, High Pressure Jet Machine, solid bamboos etc. required
for removing choked drainages should be kept available in sufficient quantity for clearing the work immediately.
3. Contractor shall clear Septic tanks in the yard by suction machine, minimum twice in a year. Septic tanks are
located mainly in 4 (Four) nos. located in North yard and 1 (One) no. located in Alcock Yard. Total approx. size
of each tank is 1000-1500 Cu.M. Whenever the suction machine is required for cleaning of drainages, it should
be provided by the contractor, as and when required. Payment for services using Suction Machine would be
made separately after its successful completion.
4. Contractor should ensure that all drainage lines in the premises in the yard, in shops, in and around buildings
and in residential premises should be free from any blockages all the time.
5. If any choke / blockage found in the drainage line, it should be immediately cleared by the contractor.
6. Thoroughly cleaning of storm water drainage and sewage drainage lines in every Six months and also as and
when required. Before cleaning of drainage, inspection of chambers, sewer trap chambers and gully trap
chambers should be carried out. Machinery like Suction machine, rodding machine, high pressure jet machine,
Special camera for checking any damage inside the drainage line and any other latest machinery must be utilized
for carrying out the work effectively. After removing of waste/mud by suction machine from septic tank,
drainage line, the waste/mud/sewer etc. should be taken out of MDL and disposed of by the contractor. However,
mud/soil removed from drainages through regular activities can be dumped in MDL’s Mud/Soil Bin. Use of
manpower should be minimized and limited to only where mechanically not possible.
7. While carrying out the work, Contractor should ensure safety of the working personnel giving them proper
safety gears.
8. During working, if any damage in the drainage line / chambers is found, it should be immediately brought to
the notice by the contractor to concerned user dept.
9. If any damage to the drainage line / chambers is done by the contractor while on working, it should be
immediately repaired by the contractor from his own cost.
10. It is quite possible that some chambers may not be visible due to construction of road, structures etc. In-spite of
this, the contractor should ensure thorough cleaning of sewage/storm water lines.
11. The approximate no. of chambers, Septic tank are as follows:
a. Approx. No. of Sewage chambers= 300 (in NY, SY, EY, ALY, Residential area )
b. Approx. No. of Storm water chambers= 100 (in NY, SY, EY, ALY, Residential area )
c. No. of septic tanks= 4 nos. in NY and 1 no. in ALY
d. Storm Water Line (Grilled cover) = Approx. 2000 Mtr.
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GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:
1. IFMS Contractor is required to supply all materials, equipment required for housekeeping works such as Hard
broom, soft broom, broom with long stick, coir/wire Nylon cleaning brushes, washing soda, cleaning
powder/liquid, phenyl, swivel mops, buckets, brasso & other stain removers etc. (any other material required
for cleaning) in sufficient quantities. MDL will provide water from the existing water points. Transportation of
garbage on regular basis is to be carried out by the IFMS Contractor. Equipment for transporting garbage/waste
e.g. trolleys, bins etc. should be provided by the IFMS Contractor. Wheeled new trolleys, Green colour of
reputed brand shall be provided and maintained in good working condition by the IFMS Contractor at all times
from beginning to end of the contract. (Trolleys should be of 160 / 240 litre capacity). Damaged trolleys, bins
and other non-operational equipment shall be replaced immediately. IFMS Contractor has to provide approved
quality of plastic bags for emptying dust bins in the offices and other indoor premises.
2. Recording of Movement of Material, Equipment inside MDL premises: IFMS Contractor to ensure that all
movement/supply of material, equipment inside MDL shall be permitted only after “PASS IN” stamp on the
inward challan by CISF/MDL Security personnel. IFMS Contractor to keep all such materials, equipments under
his custody & care inside MDL premises during the contractual period without any cost implications to MDL.
The IFMS Contractor shall submit a copy of challan of every inward materials to MDL executing authority on
monthly basis. The materials/equipments may be inspected by MDL executing authority as and when required.
3. For cleaning of floorings, toilets, bathrooms, glasses, etc. IFMS Contractor shall use Diversy / Ecolab or
equivalent products. For reference, Specifications of Diversy Products are enumerated below as examples :
TASKI R1: Bathroom cleaner cum sanitizer concentrate, TASKI R2/R3: Glass, mirror, marble cleaner, TASKI
R4 Shine-up, TASKI R5: Air freshener for Bathrooms, TASKI R6: urinal, toilet cleaner, TASKI R7/SPIRAL:
for Wet mopping as well as scrubbing with machine on floors. TASKI Stainless Steel Polish for cleaning of lift's
S.S. cabins/doors.
4. If sufficient quantity of approved quality of material/consumables from reputed vendors is not supplied by the
contractor, appropriate penalty at the discretion of MDL will be applied.
5. Reporting Mechanism: Facility Manager will be stationed at Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Ltd (MDL),
Dockyard Road Office. He must visit all the sites regularly, provide supervision and ensure that all the IFMS
jobs are attended as per the contract conditions. Facility Manager shall control and monitor all the FMS activities
including his Executives/Supervisors/manpower and also give the feedback or status of the same to the
Executive In-charge of MDL on daily basis.
6. Helpdesk Management
Facility Management Service provider / Contractor to provide helpdesk services for resolving the
problem/complaint on day to day basis. Service provider will be required to manage help desk at MDL wherein
the problems will be logged either on telephone, in person or through email, if necessary. Helpdesk will classify
such calls and would forward /allocate to the concerned dept. /division’s facility supervisor for any concerned
operational staff for resolution.
This help desk will receive and register the complaint by help desk in a complaint register. Necessary action to
be taken for attending the complaint immediately. Once the complaint is attended and cleared by respective
attendant, resolution of the problem will be reconfirmed by the help desk with the complainant and then closed
in the register.
7. Facility Manager shall ensure full strength/attendance of workmen. He shall arrange for substitute man power
in case of shortage/absenteeism of existing manpower so as to keep the area neat and clean during the contract
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period. He shall also maintain the leave register and shall submit whenever required by MDL. Please note that
he shall arrange/hire extra manpower as a substitute for all the workmen on leave.
8. Facility Management service performance shall be decided on the basis of the factors like regular site visits,
response of the Facility Management company, timely delivery, quality of work performed, upkeep, User’s
requirement, effective work practice, resource and attendance of manpower, quality of material used and overall
performance towards the output of the day to day.
9. Any work not done properly shall have to be re-done free of cost to MDL. If immediate action towards re-doing
the job is not taken, MDL shall be at liberty to make necessary deductions from the running bills. MDL's
decision in this regard shall be final and binding on the Facility Management Company.
10. On Sundays and Holidays, the work will be limited to certain occasions and areas only which will be informed
in advance. For such occasions, adequate work force shall be arranged for which IFMS Contractor will be paid
at the quoted / agreed rate per man-days as per order.
11. Facility Management company shall ensure that adequate resources i.e. men, machinery, consumables, tools &
tackles, etc. deployed for carrying out all the activities on regular basis as per the terms of the Purchase Order.
12. Further, sometimes services will be required beyond duty hours. For such occasions, adequate work force shall
be kept for which IFMS Contractor will be paid at the quoted / agreed rate per man hour as per order.
13. Any dead animals like rats, cats, dogs, birds are to be disposed of.
14. Facility Manager shall plan the manpower requirements in suitable manner so as to meet the contractual
obligations as outlined. He shall ensure that jobs are carried out effectively.
15. In case of any damage to MDL properties, the cost of making good the same & cost of any loss consequent to
the damage will be recovered from the contractor's bill.
16. Daily check shall be carried out by the IFMS Contractor. for hinges, jet spray, commode seat, flush, door
handles, toppers, latches, urinal flush, urinal pots, taps, lamps, wash basins, soap box etc. Damages/losses and
repair needs, if any, should be reported on the same day.
17. Cleaning times/schedules should be displayed at toilets on every floor of every building.
18. Facility Management company shall arrange the required entry passes for their workmen before commencement
of work and the same shall be renewed well in time. Necessary documents like Police Verification Certificate
(PVR), PF, ESIC, Payment Slips and others as requested, needs to be submitted to Security and Personnel Dept.
for issuing of entry passes. Further, it may be noted that IFMS Contractor to ensure compliance with all statutory
labor laws with regard to payment of wages, PF, ESIC, Bonus etc. in respect of their work force & also to ensure
digital payment mode to their workmen & staff by ECS, NEFT, RTGS. MDL is not responsible in respect of
any non-compliance of such statutory requirements as per labor laws/lapses from IFMS Contractor. IFMS
Contractor has to settle any dues & disputes in this regard without any cost implications to MDL.
19. Facility Management company shall provide uniforms (other than dark blue & grey colour) for their workmen
with company name / logo on it. They shall also provide rain gears during rainy season for outdoor housekeeping
personnel to carry out the work, without any cost implication to MDL. And IFMS Contractor to ensure that his
employees/staff are using/wearing uniforms on regular basis.
20. Personal Protective Equipment’s (PPE) shall be provided by Facility Management Company for their workmen.
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MINIMUM MANPOWER AND DEDUCTIONS:
Minimum Manpower: Proposed tentative schedule of handing over and minimum requirement of manpower from
workmen up to Supervisory level is as given below. Further breakup of minimum manpower requirement for subactivities is given in the rate sheet. IFMS Contractor shall arrange manpower accordingly.
IFMS Contractor has to deploy minimum manpower for the activities / sub-activities handed over to them. For any
reason, if MDL cannot give the activity or sub activity, IFMS shall reduce the manpower deployment accordingly.
Payments will not be made against such activity or sub activity for that period.
Decreasing of activities/sub-activities would at the discretion of MDL, so vendor has to abide. One month prior notice
will be given to IFMS Contractor, for the same.
S
r.
N
o.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Description
Housekeeping in Offices,
Workshops & Outdoor
Housekeeping in Offices,
Workshops & Outdoor
Housekeeping in Offices,
Workshops & Outdoor
Housekeeping
Housekeeping in Offices,
Workshops & Outdoor
Housekeeping
Housekeeping of General
Toilets
8
Drainage Cleaning
9
Maintenance of Gardens
1
0
1
1
Minimum Manpower
Deployment
Tentative dates for
handing over of facilities
North Yard
90
01.06.2017
South Yard
59
01.06.2017
Alcock Yard
15
01.06.2017
Residential Area
East Yard and East Yard
shops in Alcock Yard
MDL Canteens
NY,SY, EY, ALY
20
69
01.06.2017
01.04.2018
10
31
08.08.2017
01.06.2017
Location
NY,SY,
EY,
Residential area
ALY,
6
01.06.2017
NY,SY,
EY,
Residential area
Housekeeping of Service North Yard
block building –Phase 3
(under construction)
ALY,
25
01.06.2017
Other Activities (Ride On NY,SY,
EY,
Sweeper Operator & Helper, Residential area
Segregation of Scrap etc.)
TOTAL
ALY,
5
8
Building under
construction. To be added
after occupation of
building, tentatively on
01.01.2018.
01.06.2017
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Recording of handing over dates for the activities or sub-activities:
Scope of work handed over to IFMS and minimum manpower to be deployed against it will be recorded in following
format at the commencement of the contract and every change in it subsequently or progressively.
PO Item No
Activity OR Sub-activity
Min. manpower as per Date of Handing Over
PO/Rate Sheet for the
activity
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Total minimum manpower:
Sign of IFMS – FM
Sign of MDL Executive
IFMS Managerial Qualifications and Experience:
IFMS Contractor shall provide Facility Manager and Facility Executive as per following qualifications and experience:
Sr.
No.
1
2
3
Designation
Deployment
Facility
Manager
Facility
Executive
Facility
Executive
(Horticulturist)
TOTAL
1
8 (Including 01
Executive for EY)
1
Min.
Qualification
Any Graduate
Any Graduate
Graduate
(Horticulture) or
(Agriculture)
Experience
Min. 5 years of experience in field of Integrated
Facility Management Services.
Min. 2 years of experience in field of Integrated
Facility Management Services.
Min. 2 years of experience with emphasis on
Landscape Development, Garden Maintenance
etc.
10
DEDUCTIONS:
1. If any work is not completed fully and satisfactorily, deduction will be applied on pro-rata basis for % of
incomplete/unsatisfactory work.
2. If deployment of Facility Managers /Executives is less than as mentioned in the Order, per day deductions will
be applied as follows:
a) Facility Manager: 3000/- per day.
b) Facility Executives: 1500/- per day.
c) If housekeeping manpower deployed is less than mentioned in the order, 700/- per
man-day will be deducted. This deduction will be in addition to the deduction, if any,
applied on the day against incomplete work as explained above.
3. Deductions are expected to serve as deterrent to ensure that required manpower is always deployed and
qualitative service delivery.
4. Ride-On Sweeper: In case of Non-Operation of the Machine, either in idle condition or under breakdown,
payment for that specific day would not be made. In case of breakdown, the problem shall be attended within
48 Hrs. Otherwise, penalty of 2000/- per day would be applicable after 48 Hrs, in addition to non-payment
applied on those specific days.
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WORK EXECUTION & FINAL CERTIFICATIONS:
Sr
Description of Work
Location
No
1 Housekeeping of Office Buildings, Workshops, NY, SY
Outdoor Premises
2 Housekeeping of Residential premises
Residential
Area,
DockyardRoad
3 Housekeeping of General Toilets
NY, SY, ALY
4 Garden Maintenance
NY, SY, EY, ALY, Resi. Area
5 Drainage Cleaning
NY, SY, EY, ALY, Resi. Area
6 Housekeeping of Office Buildings, Workshops, EY & EY Workshops in ALY
Outdoor Premises including EY Workshops in ALY
7 Housekeeping of Office Buildings, Workshops, ALY
Outdoor Premises excluding EY Workshops in ALY
8 Canteens
NY, SY
Executing &
Certificating Dept.
Yard Upkeep Cell
Yard Upkeep Cell
Yard Upkeep Cell
Yard Upkeep Cell
Yard Upkeep Cell
East Yard - Maintenance
Alcock Yard - Maintenance
HR - Canteen
Daily work done is to be certified by Office/shop/store In-charge. IFMS Contractor has to prepare necessary documents/
reports for certification and daily attendance records. After completion of a month, IFMS Co. shall submit all work done
reports with attendance records to respective Executing and certifying Dept. as mentioned above for Final Certification
(Work Completion Certificates) and payment of bills.
PART 6:
GARDEN MAINTENANCE IN MDL YARDS AND RESIDENTIAL AREA
Scope of Work:
1.
Creation of New Gardens: At present, the existing gardens in MDL would be covering an area of approx. 7000
Sq.M. in various locations in the yards. Some of the existing gardens are old and hence would require revamping. In
addition to this, certain additional area may also be brought under the gardens which would cover approx. 3000 Sq.M.
at different locations in the Yards. These additional area for gardening may be created on the ground, or walls or as
vertical gardens or on terrace. Contractor has to provide manpower and expertise, all tools and tackles, equipment like
lawn mowers, sprinklers, etc. required for creation of gardens. All the activities right from preparation of land/soil to
plantation and successful growth are part of this activity. Consumables (Red earth, manure, fertilizers, saplings, plants,
lawn carpet, trees pesticides, etc.) for creation of gardens will be provided or paid separately by MDL at actual basis.
Contractor has to develop the gardens as per instructions of MDL and payment would be made on actual basis.
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2.
Maintenance of Normal Gardens and Terrace Gardens: This activity includes maintenance of lawns, plants,
pots by way of watering, trimming, mowing, weeding, cleaning and providing manure, loosening of soil, spraying of
insecticides, putting of Geru on pots etc. Area covered under this contract is approximately 7000 Sq. m. spread over
North yard (NY), South Yard (SY), outside the Main Gate (near Hanuman temple & MDL monument near post Office),
Alcock Yard, East Yard and Residential premises at Dockyard Road. Additional 3000 Sq. M. Gardens may be created
progressively at various locations in the Yards. In all, a total of approx. 10000 Sq. M. area of gardening would have to
be maintained. The above area may increase/decrease as per the requirements of the company and Contractor will be
paid on pro-rata basis every month for the actual area maintained during the month.
Salient activities in respect of maintenance of Gardens are listed below. However, it is Contractor’s sole responsibility
to ensure proper maintenance of gardens.
a) Watering:
i.
All the garden area shall be watered twice a day making proper adjustments for different environment, site and
seasonal conditions.
ii.
Sprinkling of water over the leaves of hedges and border plants shall be done to ensure removal of dust from
leaves to give tidy appearance.
iii.
Care should be taken that watering does not expose the plants roots and cause erosion of soil.
iv.
Contractor shall arrange portable pumping unit for speedy & effective watering of the gardens. v) Contractor
shall bring one mobile water tank fitted on two wheeler or three wheeler trolley for watering on road sides.
b) Weeding, Cleaning and Trimming:
i.
All garden areas shall be kept free of weeds throughout the contract period.
ii.
Rubbish/litter/leaves, etc. shall be removed from garden areas to keep it clean at all the times.
iii.
Contractor shall do proper top dressing, rolling and periodical hand cutting & machine mowing of lawns during
maintenance period in order to bring and maintain the lawn in perfect green, thick and springy carpet of turf.
iv.
All the bushy plants, shrubs, etc. in the garden area shall be trimmed and shaped properly.
c) Adding Fertilizer, Manure and Insecticides:
i.
The plants shall be fertilized as and when required to establish vigorous growth and avoid any deficiencies in
plant nutrients.
ii.
Spraying insecticides to be done as required for preservation of plants, shrubs, etc.
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iii.
Contractor shall provide required fertilizer, insecticides with proper spraying equipment.
d) Loosening of Soil:
3.
i.
Loosening of soil surrounding the plants and trees, wherever deemed necessary.
ii.
Leveling of soil/ground in way of garden as required.
(a) Maintenance of Pots: There are about 3000 potted plants exist at different locations in the Yards. These
pots shall be maintained by loosening the soil and replanting the plants, cleaning, watering, trimming, putting the
fertilizer and giving insecticide treatment as and when required for the proper growth and nourishment of the plants.
Periodic painting with geru/color shall be done. Some pots shall be kept always ready for temporary decoration as per
MDL requirement. Payment shall be made by MDL on pro-rata basis for number of pots maintained by the Contractor
during the month. Any other allied work as per instruction of YUC Executive should be attended by the Contractor.
(b) Flowery Plants and Indoor Plants on Rentals: The IFMS Contractor shall maintain up to 50 nos. of best
quality indoor plants with pots and up to 200 nos. of outdoor flower plants with pots. These plants shall be rotated in
every week and maintained throughout the year with seasonal flowers. The indoor plants shall be maintained at CMD’s
office, Directors cabins, Mazdock House lobby at 5th & Ground floor, Angre house entrance and Guest House Lobby.
The outdoor flower plants shall be maintained at Mazdock House Entrance, Fountain area, Currie House Entrance &
Main Gate Reception area etc. These plants will be the property of IFMS Contractor and payment will be made at actuals
as rentals as per PO rates.
Indicative list of indoor plants with pots and outdoor flowery plants with pots for supply on rental basis is given below
Flowery Plants :- Adenium, Anthurium, Aster, Balsam, Begonie, Carnation, Celosia, Dahilia, Dianthun, Draceana,
Gazania, Geranium, Gerbera, Gloxinia, Kalanchoe, Merigold, Gloxinia, Kalanchoe, Merigold, Petunia, Poincetia,
Portulace, Red Allura,Shevanti, Spethiphylum, Vinca, Zinia, Roses Floribanda pink.
Indoor Plants :- Areca Palms, Croton, Dracaena Sanderiana, Fiji Pan Palm, Palm Nea, The Bella, Raphis Palm, Ravena
Palm, Sago Palm Tree, Ficus, Benjamina Monique Lattice, Zamifolia, Aglaonema Silver Queen, Dieffenbachia amonea,
Philodendron Black, Philodendron Selloum, Pleomele angustifolia, Schefflera.
However. In case bidder would like to provide any additional category of plants with pots not covered in the above list,
the same may be supplied subject to mutual agreement between MDL User Dept. and the Contractor without any
additional cost implication to MDL.
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4. General Conditions:
Supervisors and Workmen deployed by the contractor for creation/maintenance of gardens shall be well conversant
with the garden maintenance techniques, periodical and seasonal requirements varying from plant to plant in respect of
gardening and also possess knowledge of treatment of soil / use of particular fertilizer/manure for the development of
garden, etc. The tools & tackles like ladders, drums, trollies, dustbins, sprinklers/spraying equipment’s, lawn mowers,
pipes, shovels, brooms and any other material required for gardening, tree trimming, grass removal etc. needs shall be
brought by the Contractor. Water points with adequate pressure may not be available at all locations/gardens. Hence,
Contractor shall arrange portable pumping unit with vehicle /water tanker for speedy & effective watering of the gardens.
Water & electricity shall be supplied by MDL free of cost at the nearest available point. However, the necessary pipe
fittings & electrical cables shall be in the scope of the contractor. Schedule of activities to be carried out
daily/weekly/monthly/Seasonally /randomly shall be submitted by the contractor within 15 days from start of the
contract. Activities should be carried out as per schedule finalized by MDL (YUC).
Payments will be made by MDL based on the actual quantity of work done after taking joint measurements by the
representatives of Contractor and YUC Department. The duty hours for gardening shall be 06:30 Hrs. to 15:30 Hrs. from
Monday to Saturday. Supervisor shall report on progress of the work to YUC on regular basis. Contractor shall work on
holidays and Sundays, if necessary, as per instructions of the concerned YUC Executive, for which extra payment shall
be payable as per the order. Contractor shall ensure that at all times, workmen appointed by the Contractor to serve in
the premises are physically fit and free from any disease, injury or illness to ensure healthy, hygienic and clean services.
Contractor shall provide uniforms to all the workmen with the name of their company at the back of the uniform.
Contractor shall also provide rain gears during the monsoon.
5. Deployment of Manpower:
For maintenance of existing gardens, Contractor shall deploy on daily basis, one Supervisor, ten gardeners and 14 Malis/
Mazdoors totaling to 25 Nos. For maintenance of terrace garden at Currie House, Contractor shall deploy a pair of
gardener and labor from the above total manpower.
Contractor shall deploy 2 gardeners over and above the total strength for every 1000 Sq. M. additional garden
maintenance as and when created in MDL.
6. Deductions applicable: Contractor shall ensure that minimum 25 persons (24 workmen and 1 Supervisor available
on duty every day.
a) If work is not completed fully, deduction will be applied on pro rata basis for % of incomplete work.
b) If manpower is less than 25 persons Rs.700/- per man-day will be deducted. This deduction will be in addition
to the deduction if any is applied on the day against incomplete work as explained at para 6-a. This deduction
is expected to serve as deterrent to the contractor & to ensure required manpower is always maintained.
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7. Supply of Material:
All supply items shall be brought in MDL through MDL Security / Goods Receiving Section (GRS). Accepted rates for
this shall be for MDL door delivery. However, inspection shall be carried out by YUC Dept. Payment shall be made by
MDL for actual consumptions only. In case of quality of materials supplied is not acceptable to MDL, the same should
be replaced with required quality material within 5 working days of rejection/intimation by MDL. List of supply
materials to be supplied is attached separately.
8.
(a) Removal of Unwanted Growth of Grass Plants, Bushes, Etc.:
Removal of Unwanted Growth of Grass, Plants, Bushes, etc. shall be carried out at all the compound walls,
surrounding of dry docks and open areas at Dockyard Rd. premises. This activity shall be carried out three times in a
year i.e. approximately once in every four months. Any growth between two services shall be attended free of charge by
the contractor. Every service shall be commenced within seven days of notice from YUC. Accepted rates for these
activities shall be all inclusive and cover all the tools & tackles viz. axes, saws, paranjas, ladders, safety gears to work
on height. Contractor has to bring chemical /pesticide required to stop regrowth. Wastage generated shall be properly
disposed of into the designated bins kept for rubbish in the yards only.
(b) Removal of grass & wild growth scattered in open premises in Alcock yard:
Cutting, Removal and Disposal of Grass / Wild growth scattered at Alcock Yard. Bidder should visit the site &
get acquainted with the work to be carried out during contract period.
a) Grass removal: The grass grown in open areas of the yard is to be plucked and removed. The removal of grass
is to be carried out 2 times (July/August & October/ November) in a year as per the instructions of User
Department.
b) Removal of Wild growth: The Wild growth in the yard are to be cut and removed. Also, the roots are to be
removed by digging the soil. The removal of Wild growth is to be carried out 2 times (July & October) in a year
as per instructions of User Department.
c) Each stage of removal of grass and Wild growth is to be carried out within a span of month.
d) Contractor shall supply all safety gears & all tools and tackles to his workmen and ensure that they use
appropriate safety gears & precautions while working.
9.
Maintenance of Trees: There are approximately 400 trees all over MDL yards (NY, SY, ALY, EY) and
residential premises at Dockyard Rd. Maintenance of trees covers trimming of the trees thrice in a year to ensure their
proper growth, beautification of the sites and prevent from improper growth of trees near various structures like
compound walls, buildings, etc. Required tools and tackles like saw, power saw axe, paranjas, ladders, crane etc. to work
on heights are the responsibility of the Contractor. The accepted rates per tree trimming may also include pesticide and
allied treatment for the trees, if so required. Manpower / expertise for trimming activity shall be separate and not from
the existing garden maintenance manpower.
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Approximate dimensions of three different categories are mentioned below. However, MDL’s judgment in this regard
will be final and binding on the contractor.
a) Small Height less than 4 meters, Stem Dia. less than 150 mm.
b) Medium Height between 4mtr & 8mtr, Stem Dia. between 150 mm & 400 mm.
c) Big Height more than 8 meters, Stem Dia. more than 400 mm.
It is very important to note that sizes mentioned above are approximate and indicative. For example a tree more than 4
mtr. height may also be considered as small if its diameter is smaller. As such it is repeated that MDL officer's judgment
and decision in this regard shall be final and binding on the contractor.
10. Statutory requirements/permissions: Contractor shall obtain all permissions from government agencies viz.
MCGM, Tree Authority Department, State Government, etc. for trimming & transportation / disposal of cut trees.
11. Disposal: Disposal of Cut tree / branches shall be done by the Contractor outside MDL premises at his cost and risk
following all statutory requirements. Disposal of trees fallen naturally or due to rains/storms etc. is also the responsibility
of the contractor as a part of this contract and contractor shall comply with disposal of the same as indicated above
following all statutory norms.
Payment for trimming of trees and disposal of trimmed trees / fallen trees will be allowed only after disposal as explained
above.
12. Provision of Manpower on Sundays / Holidays: Contractor shall provide manpower on Sundays/ holidays for
garden maintenance as per the requirement of YUC Dept. The work will be limited to certain occasions & areas only,
which will be intimated in advance. Payment will be made as per man-day basis as per order.
13. Gardening Material: List of gardening materials is attached.
Contractor shall supply gardening materials as per the requirement of MDL.
Payment for supply of material will be made at actual as per accepted rates in the order.
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Activities for Garden Maintenance - Part I
S.N.
Description
Unit
Quantity
1
Creation of new gardens.
Sq. M.
3000
2
Maintenance of All gardens
Sq. M.
2,00,000
3
Maintenance of Pots with plants
Nos.
85,000
4
Indoor plants with pots on Rental basis
Nos.
1200
5
Flowery plants with pots on rental basis
Nos.
4800
6
Removal of unwanted growth of plants, bushes, grass etc.
from walls, surroundings of docks, open areas etc. at
Dockyard Road premises.
AU
6
Removal grass and wild growth scattered in the open
premises of Alcock Yard
AU
4
Small trees
Nos.
600
Medium trees
Nos.
600
Big trees
Nos.
1200
Small trees
Nos.
10
Medium trees
Nos.
10
Big trees
Nos.
10
Man-day
300
7
8
9
10
Trimming of trees
Disposal of fallen trees
Requirement of manpower on Sundays/Holidays
PART II – SUPPLY OF MATERIAL
S.N.
Description
Unit
Quantity
16
Red Earth
Cu. M.
500
17
Bull Manure
Cu. M.
200
Fertilizers & Insecticides
18
Dynamic Lifter
Kg.
100
19
Pyriman Dust
Kg.
50
20
Roger
Liter
50
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21
Urea Fertilizer
22
Sampurna Green
Kg
50
Liter
50
Pots
23
Small (Transparent crystal pot) up to 6” to 8”
Nos.
100
24
Medium (Earthen) Size 12” Upper diameter
Nos.
100
25
Big (Earthen) Size 18” Upper diameter
Nos.
100
26
Small (Plastic) Size 8” Upper diameter
Nos.
500
27
Medium (Plastic) Size 14” Upper diameter
Nos.
500
28
Big (Plastic) Size 18” Upper diameter
Nos.
2000
29
Fiber pots – XL 18” 18”
Nos.
100
30
Fiber Pots - L
16”
Nos.
100
31
Rectangular Pots
1 ft. x 3 ft.
Nos.
100
32
Ht. 2’ 5”
Rajasthan
Sandstone Finish
Outer Dia.: 1’ 8”
Pots as per sample
with MDL
Inner Dia: 1’ 4”
Nos.
20
Lawn carpet
33
Hariyali Durva
Sq. M.
750
34
Australian Monda
Sq. M.
500
35
Jumping grass
Sq. M.
3000
36
Trees (size 5'') Palm & Bottle palm
Nos.
50
Plants
37
Mini Exora
6”
Nos.
300
38
Bogan Vell
4” to 12”
Nos.
500
39
Exora Yellow
12” to 16”
Nos.
200
40
Musanda
2 ft. To 21/2 ft.
Nos.
500
41
Rose (Gulab)
2 ft.
Nos.
300
42
Silver queen
12”
Nos.
250
43
Golden Duranta
12”
Nos.
2000
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Junriper
3 ft. above
Nos.
200
45
Palm
1' to 1.5'
Nos.
150
46
Shevanti
petal
6”
Nos.
100
47
Palm
3 ft.
Nos.
500
48
Vinca
6”
Nos.
100
49
Kanher
3ft white, pink, red
Nos.
500
50
Merigold (gonda)
1ft
Nos.
1000
51
Phonsitya
6” to 12”
Nos.
200
52
Cyprus
6 ft.
Nos.
50
53
Foxtail Palm
8 ft.
Nos.
50
54
Bonsai Plants
2 ft.
Nos.
50
55
Sicus Palm
2 ft. to2 ½ ft.
Nos.
50
56
Canna
6” to12”
Nos.
1000
57
Lucky Bamboo
1 ft.
Nos.
100
58
Lily
1 ft.
Nos.
500
59
Dresina - Red
18”
Nos.
300
60
Tagar varygated green
18”
Nos.
300
61
Spethi phylan
18”
Nos.
300
62
Phycus tripal
3 ft. to 5 ft.
Nos.
50
63
Pitonia
6” to 12”
Nos.
1000
64
Carnechu
6”
Nos.
150
65
Celosia
6”
Nos.
150
66
Carnation
6”
Nos.
150
67
Grandiflora
6”
Nos.
150
68
Chafaa
2 ft. to 4 ft.
Nos.
50
69
Varygated Ficus
2 ft. to 4 ft.
Nos.
50
70
Dwarf Boganveil
1 ft. to 2 ft.
Nos.
50
double
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Raphis
2 ft. to 4 ft.
Nos.
100
72
Uca
1 ft. to 2 ft.
Nos.
100
73
Begonia
petal
6”
Nos.
100
74
Super Pentus
6”
Nos.
100
75
Impation Varygated
6”
Nos.
100
76
Aster
6”
Nos.
100
77
Guzenia
6”
Nos.
100
78
Mandevila
1 ft. to 2 ft.
Nos.
100
79
Antherium
1 ft.
Nos.
100
80
Gazmenia
6”
Nos.
100
81
Hibiscus (gold)
1 ft.
Nos.
100
82
Coleus
6”
Nos.
100
83
Geranium
6”
Nos.
100
double
Materials required for terrace garden
84
All inclusive charges for terrace garden-water
proofing
Sq. M.
200
85
Aqua duct 30 mm Ht.
Sq. M.
200
86
Geo textile
87
Geo textile 150 GSM
Sq. M.
200
88
Geo textile 200 GSM
Sq. M.
200
89
Course sweet river sand
Cu. M.
20
Soil Mixture
90
Soil Mixture coco pit soil
Kg.
300
91
Soil Mixture Rice Husk
Kg.
200
92
Terrace garden manure (proto meal)
Kg.
3000
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ANNEXURE-I
NORTH YARD AREA DETAILS
1. DETAILS OF OFFICE BUILDINGS
Sr. No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Name of Office Building
Total Area
(Sq. M.)
Mazdock House (G+6)
4381
West Block (G+3) + Mezzanine floor 8477
Service Block (G+7) including 03 7125
nos. Porta Cabins on terrace
Service Block Phase-III (G+7)
2484
FOB (G+3)
4766
Reception, CISF & Fire Office
250
Misc. offices under slipway
1341
2. DETAILS OF OFFICE TOILET BLOCKS
No. of Plumbing /Sanitary Unit
W.C.
Pan
Urin
al
Pan
Bath
W.B. &
C.W.B.
Ground Floor (Admin)
2
4
-
1
Transport Toilet Officer & Workers
2
2
-
1
1st Floor (SB-PSC)
3
5
-
4
2nd Floor (HR & C-Plg.)
3
3
-
3
3rd Floor (Finance)
2
4
-
3
4th Floor (CIT)
4
2
-
3
5th Floor (CMD/Directors)
4
5
-
4
6th Floor (Secretarial / Legal)
3
4
-
5
Toilet Block Location
MAZDOCK HOUSE
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No. of Plumbing /Sanitary Unit
W.C.
Pan
Urin
al
Pan
Bath
W.B. &
C.W.B.
Ground Floor Toilet (Dispensary)
2
1
-
1
Fire Dept. Toilet
1
-
1
1
Common Stock Store Toilet & GRS
1
-
-
2
Mezzanine Floor (Cash)
2
7
1
4
1st Floor (Vig. & CW)
4
2
-
5
Russian Cell & Std. Design Cell.
3
1
-
3
2nd Floor – Design (Middle)
4
4
-
5
Design North Side
6
4
-
5
3rd Floor – Design (Middle)
4
3
-
5
Design-North Side
6
4
-
5
1st floor North side (SR- Comm).
6
5
-
4
2nd Floor South (C-RPC)
3
3
-
3
North Side (MDC)
6
5
-
5
3rd Floor South (Recruitment)
6
5
-
5
North Side (Div. Pers)
6
5
-
5
4th Floor South (Plg. & Comm)
6
5
-
5
North Side (SB. P S C)
6
5
-
5
5th Floor South (PP & C)
6
5
-
5
North Side (PP & C)
6
5
-
5
6th Floor South (PP & C)
6
5
-
5
North Side (PP & C)
6
5
-
5
Toilet Block Location
WEST BLOCK
SERVICE BLOCK
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7th Floor South (WOT)
3
2
-
2
North Side (WOT)
2
3
1
3
No. of Plumbing /Sanitary Unit
W.C.
Pan
Urin
al
Pan
Bath
W.B. &
C.W.B.
1
-
-
1
Ground floor- (SB-L officer)
2
3
-
1
Water cooler Kasara South
-
-
-
1
1st floor (SB-L)-Officer & Workmen
5
8
2
5
2nd floor
Workmen
6
7
2
8
3rd floor(SB-H,SB-R & QA Toilet)
3
5
2
2
Toilet near rear stair on 3rd floor
1
1
-
1
Wash place at west end of RDD
-
-
-
1
Wash place at N. Wall Kasara
-
-
-
1
Toilet Block Location
FOB Building & surroundings
Ground floor-B/Sarang
launches & boats
Room for
(SB-WN)Officer
&
3. DETAILS OF WORKSHOPS
Sr. No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Name of Workshop
Pickling Shop
linen store
SB Engg Shop
Compressor Room near FOB
Pump Room near FOB
Fitting Shop
SD&D, Gunners Labor, Joiner Shop,
Sail loft, launches & boats
Sheet Metal, Paint Shop & Paint Store
NY Assembly Shop
Ship Wright & Outdoor Carpenter
SB-Pipe Shop
Diesel Repair / Auto Shop
Foundry – Worker’s room & WOT
SB-Electrical, Inst., Weapon Shop
Electric repair shop & FOB shop
SB-Maintenance shop
Total Area
(Sq. M.)
632
634
2962
278
233
3542
3570
1354
3075
500
3919
1205
758
3192
1720
2057
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NY Power House
18
AC Refrigeration Shop
19
TS – Carp., Welder, Painter Shop
20
Linen Store
21
Rope Store
4. DETAILS OF WORKSHOP TOILET BLOCKS
1000
103
300
220
378
No. of Plumbing /Sanitary Unit
Shop's Toilet Block Location
Platter & Assembly Shop-NY
W.C.
Pan
Urin
al
Pan
4
4
Bath
W.B. &
C.W.B.
4
Paint Shop
3
Sheet Metal Shop
2
SD & D
1
Gunners Labor
2
Joiners Shop
1
2
Outdoor Carpenter
2
Sail Loft
3
Launches & Boats
1
SB-Engineering
6
9
8
Fitting & Machine Shop
12
12
8
5
8
SB-Pipe Shop
Diesel Repair Shop
1
8
Foundry
1
1
4
SB-Electrical
2
3
2
ERS& FOB Shop
2
SB-Maintenance Shop
-
NY-Powerhouse
1
2
-
-
1
1
-
-
3
AC Refrigeration Shop
-
-
-
1
CPT Compressor
-
3
-
2
Linen Stores
-
-
-
1
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Rope Stores
-
-
-
1
Paint Stores
1
-
-
5
Titanium Shop Urinal
-
5
1
3
5. OUTDOOR PREMISES:
Road Location in North Yard
Length (Meters)
Breadth
(Meters)
Area in
Sq.M.
Main gate to Mazdock house up to EY Wicket gate
157
10
1570
Main gate to Foundry
137
14
1918
Foundry to Alcock Yard gate
142
10
1420
Foundry to RDD west end
106
8
848
West end of RDD to NY Power House to Garage
90
10
900
Road between NY & SY from main gate to East yard gate
287
10
2870
NY Canteen to Maintenance Shop
50
12
600
TOTAL
10126
Length (Meters)
Breadth
(Meters)
Area in
Sq.M.
RDD west end to SB-Engg Dept.
15 x 12 +
60 x 18
2480
Sheet Metal Shop to 60 T Crane track east end
40 x 13 +
218 x 15
3790
240
17
4080
180 x 10 +
106 x 6
2436
South Wall Kasara from 80T Crane track to paint Shop
221
12
2652
North wall kasara (Alcock Gate to Kasara gate)
255
9
2295
80 Tons crane to Fire Fighting Pump House
14
11
154
TOTAL
17887
North Yard Crane tracks & surroundings
SB-Engg to 12 No. LL Crane Track extreme east end
Road at South of RDD
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ANNEXURE II
SOUTH YARD AREA DETAILS
1. DETAILS OF OFFICE BUILDING
Sr. No.
Name of Building
1
2
3
Mogul House (G+4)
Scindia House (G+3)
CISF, CSO Office, Weigh Bridge,
YUC Office, Pump House
Misc. offices under slipway
4
Total Area
(Sq. M.)
2275
1421
300
951
2. DETAILS OF OFFICE BUILDING TOILETS
Toilet Block Location
No. of Plumbing /Sanitary Unit
W.C.
Pan
Urin
al
Pan
Bath
W.B. & C.W.B.
Ground Floor Powerhouse
1
-
-
2
2nd Floor Toilet for Purchase Dept.
5
6
-
4
3rd Floor Toilet for SQC Dept.
4
5
2
5
4th Floor Toilet for QA, Disposal
3
2
2
2
5th Floor Toilet for Sports Club etc.
3
3
2
2
Urinal for Bond Store on 2nd Floor
1
1
-
1
Gr. floor (Gents & Ladies toilet
3
3
-
2
1st Floor Payroll Toilet
2
2
-
3
East Side Toilet for Ladies
1
-
-
1
2nd Floor-CISF Toilet (middle)
3
-
1
2
CISF West Side Toilet
1
2
1
1
CISF East Side Toilet
1
1
1
1
3rd Fl-East Side Toilet -safety
1
1
-
1
MOGUL HOUSE
Scindia Office Building
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3. DETAILS OF WORKSHOPS
Sr. No.
Name of Workshop
Total
Area (Sq.
M.)
9107
1
Platter & Assembly Shop
2
Steel Store
1773
3
F1 Shade
507
4
F2 Shade
530
5
Bond store (Gr.+2 Floor)
4767
6
Module Shop
7619
7
Compressor House- 02 Nos.
418
4. DETAILS OF WORKSHOP TOILETS
SHOP's Toilet Block Location
No. of Plumbing /Sanitary Unit
W.C.
Pan
Urin
al
Pan
Bath
W.B. & C.W.B.
Production Shop (SY)
3
6
-
3
Assembly Shop (SY)
-
-
-
2
Steel Store (SY)
-
-
-
1
F1 Shed
-
-
-
2
F2 Shed
-
-
-
1
Bond Store (Gr. Floor)
-
-
-
1
Bond Store (1st Floor)
-
2
-
1
Bond Store (2nd Floor)
-
2
-
1
49
40
7
6
Module Shop
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5. DETAILS OF OUTDOOR PREMISES:
Road Location in South Yard
Length
(Meters)
Breadth
(Meters)
Area in
Sq.M.
Main Gate up to Steel Store
60
10
600
Main Gate outside surrounding area
30
10
300
75 x 12 +
210 x 7 +
2370
Bond Store to east end of MDD
120
7
840
Back Side Mogul House, surrounding area of P & A Shop
100
10
1000
Main Gate to Bond Store
South Yard-MMP Area approx.: Surrounding area near
new wet basin, crane tracks, surrounding area of new shop
in MMP area.
8650
TOTAL
13760
Length
(Meters)
Breadth
(Meters)
Area in
Sq.M.
9 No. LL Crane Track
228
12
2736
10 No. LL Crane Track
228
12
2736
11 No. LL Crane Track
228
19
4332
Approx. 150
Nos.
-
-
TOTAL
9804
Crane tracks & Barricades
Metallic and Non-Metallic barricades
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ANNEXURE III
ALCOCK YARD AREA DETAILS
1. DETAILS OF OFFICE BUILDINGS
Sr.
No.
1
Name of Office
Building
Project Office (G+3)
Total Area
(Sq. M.)
2802
2. DETAILS OF AREA OF WORKSHOP & SHOP OFFICES
Sr. No. Name of Workshop and Stores Work shop Area in Sq. M.
1
Welding Training Center
104.00
2
Basic Training Center - 1
158.40
3
Basic training Center – 2 (G + 1)
446.52
4
B. T. C. Class Rooms (G + 1)
646.92
5
Marine Training Center
258.53
6
Petrol Pump Cabin
7.50
7
Auto Shop Office & Store
37.50
8
Auto Shop Garage
160.00
9
Dispensary
12.00
10
Power House
170.00
11
Electrical Workshop
62.47
12
Movable Shed – Near Jetty
1500.00
13
Movable Shed – Opp. Canteen
1000.00
TOTAL AREA
4563 Sq. M.
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3. DETAILS OF BUILDING TOILET BLOCKS
Toilet Block Location
Approx.
Floor area
in Sq. M.
W.C. pan
5.55
1
-
-
1
15.62
2
2
-
2
Ladies
7.81
1
-
-
1
Second Floor (MTC, Recruitment, Finance
Record Room )
19.40
3
3
1
3
Third Floor (MMP)
6.03
1
1
-
1
Ladies
6.03
1
-
-
1
General
15.88
1
3
1
2
ALCOCK YARD
5.56
2
4
1
2
Gents
18.94
2
4
1
2
Ladies
16.32
2
-
1
2
MAIN BUILDING
No. of Plumbing / Sanitary Units
Urinal Pot Bath
W.B. &
C.W.B.
Ground Floor (Security Office)
First Floor (Technical Services)
Gents
Officer
Apprentice Training school
TOTAL
117 Sq. M.
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4. DETAILS OF OUTDOOR PREMISES
Road Location in Alcock Yard
Length (Meters)
Breadth
(Meters)
Area in
Sq.M.
From Gate No. 10 (Inter Yard gate) to Alcock Yard project
building (Inside ALY Yard)
115
18
2070
From Gate No. 9 ( Main Entrance gate ) to Auto shop
197
10
1970
From Gate no.11 ( Near Petrol pump) to ALY SSA office
116
9
1044
TOTAL
5084
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ANNEXURE IV
DETAILS OF AREA OF EAST YARD
SUB-ANNEXURE “A”
Details of Area and Deployment of Manpower in East Yard:
Sr.
no
Location
Approx. Area –M2
*(tentative) vendor
shall measure and
quote accordingly
1
Workshop “A”
1344
2
Work shop ‘B”
2950
3
Workshop ‘C’ including open
area at sea ends of work shop
and caisson gate pathway.
Pontoon deck area
4
Time Hrs.
Frequency
of Activity (
per
day/week)
Minimum
Man
power
Continuous
per day
4
0700 to 1500
Continuous
per day
6
3780
0700 to 1500
Continuous
per day
10
Work shop D
864
0700 to 1500
Continuous
per day
2
5
Engg. Workshop
420
0700 to 1500
Continuous
per day
1
6
Pipe shop-EY(all floors )
in NY including office space
,rest /locker room and new
workshop etc.
5640
0700 to 1500
Continuous
per day
5
7
Beam shop in ALY ‘G’ Shop
0700 to1500
Continuous
per day
1
8
Tube Mill in ALY ‘E’ Shop
0700 to 1500
Continuous
per day
1
0700 to 1500
Continuous
per day
1
0700 to 0800
once per day
0700 to
1500
8039
9
Bracing Shop, Press Shop (in
ALY) 'F' & 'H' Shop, Pipe
Shop, Detail Shop, Hand Drill
Shop, Press Area
10
North & South end
surrounding of above(Sl 7,8
& 9 ) shops, compressor
room, offices , stair case &
tool room
1400
1
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Sr.
no
Location
Approx. Area –M2
*(tentative) vendor
shall measure and
quote accordingly
Time Hrs.
Frequency
of Activity (
per
day/week)
Minimum
Man
power
11
Wn & Engg shopReclamation bldg-2nd floor
770
0800
Once per day
1
12
SM stores- Reclamation bldg2nd floor
770
1400
Once per day
1
13
Electrical workshop-D1 bldg.
1st floor
275
0900
Once per day
1
14
Weapon electronic w/s D1
bldg-4th floor
275
0930
Once per day
1
15
Worker locker room
reclamation building
676
i) 0700 to
0800 &1400 to
1500
Twice per
day
1
16
SIF & Terrace
780
0800
Once per day
1
17
Porta cabins-East yard or
wherever located
28 Nos.
0800
Once per day
1
18
D1 bldg-2nd,3rd & 5th floor
825
0900
Once per day
1
19
D2 bldg. -1st,3rd & 4th floor
888
0800
Once per day
1
20
D2 bldg. 2nd floor
444
0900
Once per day
1
21
Reclamation bldg-1st to 7th
floors
3787
0800
Once per day
1
22
Stores bldg.M1,M2 &M3
400
0830
Once per day
1
23
Stores bldg. 1st ,2nd& 3rd floor
2000
1000
Once per day
1
24
Open areas in and around
workshops, buildings and
approach road to East yard
3094
0800
Once per day
2
Pump rooms, compressor
rooms, power house, A C
units repair shop
600
Once per day
1
25
1000
1400-1500
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Sr.
no
Location
Approx. Area –M2
*(tentative) vendor
shall measure and
quote accordingly
Time Hrs.
Frequency
of Activity (
per
day/week)
Minimum
Man
power
26
Stair cases in D1,D2,Recl
bldg. and stores bldg.
At site
7.00 am to 12.00
Once per day
1
27
Lift lobbies of all floors of all
bldg.
2387
7.00 am to 12.00
Once per day
1
28
Toilet blocks and bathrooms
8.00 am-10.00 am
Once per day
2
a) all floors of all office bldg.
1400-1500
b) In work shop C, A, pipe
shop and Yard. Common
toilet at ground floor
Reclamation building. Toilet
at 4th floor project office (as
directed)
3250
7.00am -10.00am
& 2pm – 3 pm
Twice per
day
29
Cleaning of terrace in D1
bldg., D2 bldg., stores bldg.
and Reclamation bldg.
including locker room and
CISF office terraces.
4120
7.00 am to 1200
Weekly
2
30
Cradle Assembly Shop (CAS)
3125
0700 am & 1500
pm
Twice per
day
4
31
CAS stores
7446
0700 am & 1500
pm
Twice per
day
2
32
ALY Additional Area (Open
Area), Temple Area, Roads
surrounding area of SSA
Workshop, Power House
9000
0700 am & 1500
pm
Twice per
day
2
33
Submarine Section Assembly
(SSA) work Shop in Alcock
yard & office Buildings
(north and south) and Rest
rooms behind power house
10537
0700 to 1500
Continuous
per day
7
34
Pump room along with stair
case
300
0700 to 0900
Once per day
2
Grand Total
60 + 9
Supervisors
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Sr.
no
Location
Approx. Area –M2
*(tentative) vendor
shall measure and
quote accordingly
Time Hrs.
Frequency
of Activity (
per
day/week)
Minimum
Man
power
+1 Facility
Executive
Note: All the above said measurement of areas is approximate. However actual site will be shown to Vendor or
Contractor has to measure and verify, accordingly quote for the same. Any change shall be absorbed by the Vendor in
their rate as quoted.
LOCATION – EAST YARD
OFFICE DETAILS
Sr.
No.
TOTAL FLOOR
AREA M2
(EXCLUDING LIFT
LOBBY)
FLOOR
A
NO. OF CABINS
(OFFICER’S
CABINS +
CONFERENCE
ROOM +
COMPUTER
ROOM ETC.)
OTHER
ENCLOSURES
(STORE + LOCKER
ROOMS +
CHANGING ROOM
+ RECORD ROOM
ETC)
D 1 BUILDING
I
195
4
1
II
195
7
1
III
195
5
2
IV
195
4
2
V
195
5
2
MTC
WELDING
B
HULL
D 2 BUILDING
I
305
7
1
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II
305
8
2
III
305
10
1
IV
305
8
2
Project Adm.
C
SOT
(L &Wns)
Engg.
DCNS
RECLAMATION BUILDING
1st
440
1
-
2nd
440
8
2
3rd
440
7
1
4th
440
2
1
5th
440
5
1
6th
440
8
2
Commercial
D
Planning
Design
QC
NEW STORES COMPLEX
M1
90
1
1
M2
90
2
1
1st
720 (including stores
area)
3
2
M3
90
-
2
2nd
720 + 90
Store & CISF
-
1
3rd
810 CISF
-
2
Terrace – SIF cabin
290
-
-
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Stores
Personnel
E
Pipe Shop(Gr. & 1st
floor.)
5550 M2
F
Bunk Houses
4 Nos. approx. 230 M2
G
Alcock yard –EY
production space
500 M2
H
CISF Accommodation
3
Includes cabin, QA
Annex and other
office space
SSA office G+4
building
Ground floor North
side
197
0
4
Ground floor –South
side
230
1
6
First floor-North side
229
3
3
First floor –South
side
330
4
4
Second floor-North
side
157
2
2
Second floor –South
side
220
3
1
Third floor – North
side
190
2
2
Third floor –South
side
266
4
2
Fourth floor
752
10
3
I
SSA G+3 (Rest Room)
Ground floor
171
First floor
171
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Second floor
171
Third floor
171
Terrace
171
Worker Toilet Block
G+1
47
CAS
Ground floor
640X10 SQFEET
1st floor Mezzanine
640 X10 SQ FEET
Note: All the above said measurement of areas are approximate. There may be variations, however actual site will be
shown to Vendor or Contractor have to measure and verify, accordingly quote for the same. Any change vendor has to
absorb in the quoted rate.
SUB-ANNEXURE-“B”
TOILET BLOCK DETAIL:
Sr.
no.
A
LOCATION
W/C
Nos.
URINAL WASH BASIN
Nos.
Nos.
BATH
ROOM
Nos.
FLOOR AREA
Sq. Ft.
RECLAMATION BLDG.
i 7th Floor
3
2
2
-
56.00
ii 6th Floor
4
3
2
1
14.08
3 5th Floor
3
3
3
1
14.08
iv 4th Floor
2
3
2
1
2
2
v
4.746
3+
3rd Floor
1
14.08
2 Wash Place
vi
2nd Floor
vii 1st Floor +
3
6
1
1
17.78
3
6
1
1
17.78
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Sr.
LOCATION
no.
viii Ground Floor and Ladies
toilet in Stores
W/C
Nos.
URINAL WASH BASIN
Nos.
Nos.
BATH
ROOM
Nos.
FLOOR AREA
Sq. Ft.
3
6
1
1
17.78
i 4th Floor
3
2
3
-
24
ii 3rd Floor
2
2
1
-
24
iii 2nd Floor
1
2
2
-
24
iv 1st Floor
4
2
2
1
24
i SIF
1
2
1
ii 3rd Floor
3
6
5
2
18.35
iii 2nd Floor
2
2
3
2
26.79
iv M3
2
2
3
1
14.00
v 1st Floor
2
4
2
2
26.79
vi
M2
2
3
3
1
14.00
vii M1
2
2
3
1
14.00
i 5th Floor
2
2
2
-
11.56
ii 4th Floor
2
2
1
1
11.56
iii 3rd Floor
2
2
2
-
11.56
iv 2nd Floor
2
2
2
-
11.56
B
D2 BLDG.
C
D
STORE BLDG.
6.06
D1 BLDG.
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Sr.
no.
LOCATION
W/C
Nos.
URINAL WASH BASIN
Nos.
Nos.
BATH
ROOM
Nos.
FLOOR AREA
Sq. Ft.
v 1st Floor
2
2
2
-
11.56
vi
2
2
2
1
11.56
i Bunk House 1
-
-
-
-
250
ii Bunk House 2
-
2
2
-
250
iii Bunk House 3
-
-
-
-
250
E
Gr. Floor ladies toilet
BUNK HOUSE
iv Bunk House (G+1) (8nos)
4000 sqft
approx
Each area 450 sqt approx
v G+1 –Porta cabin 20ftX10fteach floor-15 nos
Single floor portacabin -15ft
X 10ft ----8nos
F
WORK SHOPS
i Work Shop C
1+
7
5
Ground Floor
-
205.00
-
231.00
2 Wash Place
ii Work Shop C
2+
5
11
Mezzanine Floor
1 Wash Place
iii Workshop ‘A’
8
6
12 Wash place
4
275
iv Work shop CAS
6
10
4
2
17.78
4
4
2
2
G
PIPE SHOP
i
Mezzanine Floor
Open Space 40
Sq. Ft.
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Sr.
LOCATION
no.
ii
W/C
Nos.
URINAL WASH BASIN
Nos.
Nos.
BATH
ROOM
FLOOR AREA
Sq. Ft.
Nos.
2
3
1 Wash Place
1
Open Space 32
Sq. Ft.
1
1
1
2
As per site
2
0
2 + 1 sink
(pantry)
0
-do-
iii First floor-North side
2
1
3 sink
0
9.36
iv First floor –South side
2
2
2 + 1 sink
0
-do-
v Second floor-North side
2
1
3 sink
0
9.36
vi
2
2
2 + 1 sink
0
-do-
vii Third floor – North side
2
1
3 sink
0
9.36
viii Third floor –South side
3
2
3 + 1 sink
0
-do-
5
3
6 sink
0
98.61
0
0
0
0
-do-
0
-do-
H
Ground Floor
SSA OFFICE G+4 building
i Ground floor North side
ii
Ground floor –South side
Second floor –South side
ix Fourth floor
I
SSA WORK SHOP G+3 building
i Ground floor North side
ii
First floor-North side
0
0
3 + 1 (water
trough of 3.0
m)
Second floor-North side
5
10
5
6 Shower
Cubical
-do-
Third floor – North side
5
10
5
6 Shower
Cubical
-do-
v Terrace
0
0
0
0
-do-
vi
3
5
2
6
58.295
iii
iv
Workers Toilet
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Sr.
no.
vii
LOCATION
Rest room 2nd floor
W/C
Nos.
5
URINAL WASH BASIN
Nos.
Nos.
10
5
BATH
ROOM
Nos.
6 Shower
Cubical
viii Ancillary Units lump sum
J
FLOOR AREA
Sq. Ft.
58.295
-do-
CAS store complex
i Ground floor
3
5
2
As per site
ii First floor
2
2
1
As per site
iii Second floor
2
2
1
As per site
MWC building (three times)
5
10
3
Jetty (continuous)
8
20
9
K Naval dock Mumbai
2
At site.
At site
NOTE (1): Contractor has to maintain the high level of clean ship in W.C. and Urinal, Bath Room areas. The number of
urinals, WC and Wash basins and associated areas to be considered.
Note (2): All the above said measurement of areas are approximate.
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EAST YARD
SUB- ANNEXURE – “C”
W.C.
Urinal
Bath
Wash
Basin
Common
Wash Basin
Area in
Sq. feet
Reclamation Building-Ground Floor
3
6
1
1
-
310
Workshop 'A' (Operatives)
8
6
4
2
2
840
Workshop 'A' (Executives)
1
1
-
1
-
80
12
13
5
5
1
1230 Sq.
feet
Toilet Block Location
TOTAL :
Outdoor Premises in East Yard
East Yard Open area approx.:
Area in Sq. M.
5000
Surrounding area of buildings, shops
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ANNEXURE V
DETAILS OF GENERAL TOILET BLOCKS
1. NORTH YARD
Sr. No.
1
Toilet Block Location
Near Small Dry Dock
W.C. Urinal Bath
Wash
Basin
Common
Wash
Basin
Area in Sq. ft.
17
15
4
7
2
2340
11
9
2
2
2
780
1
1
1
690
1
2
470
3
3
2750
2
1
470
(Joiner Shop)
2
North wall of Kasara Basin
(4 toilet blocks)
3
Between New Assembly Shop &
Paint Shop
7
7
4
In front of Paint Store / Sheet Metal
Shop (2 toilet blocks)
4
16
5
North Yard Slipway (Jumbo toilet
block & hull/welding office toilet
block)
23
27
6
Ground Floor Service Block back side
(2 toilet blocks)
6
12
7
Behind CPT Compressor
3
2
1
1
300
8
Mazdock House backside
1
3
2
1
200
9
Fitting Shop Back Side
7
5
2
10
Portable urinal block- 4nos.
8
4
TOTAL
79
104
5
15
24
1
420
160
12
8580 SQ. FT.
797 Sq. M
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2. MMP AREA
Toilet Block Location
Behind Module Shop (East end)-
W.C.
Urinal
Bath
Wash
Basin
Common
Wash Basin
Area in Sq.
feet approx.
40
40
--
8
12
3200 Sq. feet
Ground Floor & 1st Floor
297 Sq. m.
3. SOUTH YARD
Toilet Block Location
South yard Main Gate
W.C.
Urinal
Bath
Wash
basin
Area in Sq.
feet
6
6
1
0
775
21
11
6
3
2000
4
8
3
3
665
8
14
5
550
39
39
11
3990Sq. feet
(2 toilet blocks)
Backside of Moghul House
(3 toilet blocks- ground, 1st & 2nd floor)
Below Moghul House Canteen
(East corner- 2 toilet blocks)
Module Shop
TOTAL
10
371 Sq. m.
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4. ALCOCK YARD
Toilet Block Location
W.C.
Urinal
Bath
Wash
basin
Area in Sq.
Feet
Near Petrol pump
4
3
1
1
72
Near Pile Rack
4
4
1
-
327
Near Movable shed
2
4
-
2
139
TOTAL :
20
14
3
3
538 Sq. Feet
50 Sq. M.
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ANNEXURE VI
DETAILS OF RESIDENTIAL AREA
a) CURRIE HOUSE: Currie House is G+7 Floor Building having 16 Nos. of Flats.
b) SARIN HOUSE: Sarin House is STILT + 10 Floor Building having 20 Nos. of Flats
c) ANGRE HOUSE: Angre House is STILT + 18 Floor Building having total 72 Nos. of Flats.
d) P & O TERRACE DUPLEX: P & O Terrace has 11 Nos. of Duplex Flats.
e) P & O TERRACE BOAT DECK: P & O Terrace Boat Deck is having 21 Flats.
f) MDRC CLUB & HEALTH CLUB: MDRC is on Ground Floor & Health Club is on 2 nd Floor of P & O
Terrace.
g) Building surroundings, roads and open area = Approx.3000 Sq. M.
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